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FCW: OPM COO Angela Bailey to Step Down, Move to DHS

Angela Bailey
Angela Bailey

Angela Bailey, chief operating officer of the Office of Personnel Management, will leave her current role to serve as chief human capital officer at the Department of Homeland Security and will start at DHS Monday, FCW reported Tuesday.

Sean Lyngaas writes Bailey has managed financial and human resources for all programs across OPM over the past two years.

She joined the agency in October 2007 as deputy associate director for recruitment and hiring and served as associate director for employee services and chief human capital officer before she took the COO post in November 2013.

Bailey oversaw the implementation of the White House’s Veterans Employment Initiative and the Presidential Management Fellows Program.

She started her federal career at the Social Security Administration and later worked for the Defense Department, where she held positions such as HR director at the Defense Contract Management Agency.

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