#BehindTheScenes: CEO Max Stier joined @npr's @hereandnowradio today to discuss the impact of vacant leadership positions in government.
How can chief operating officers make government more effective? Find out in our latest report with @boozallen! (link in bio) https://goo.gl/3PtJUK
Many federal agencies struggle to harness the power of technology to support their missions. Our latest issue brief with @Accenture can help (link in bio)
#BehindTheScenes: Partnership VP of Research and Evaluation Mallory Barg Bulman talks with Spectrum News about the @whitehouse's progress on political appointments
The Partnership is proud to celebrate #MemorialDay! The sacrifices of those who have served our country should never be forgotten. #MDW
Your Sunday read: Check out the @nytimes opinion section for a piece on #Sammies2017 and #fedBPTW
⚾️We had such a great time at Federal Workforce Day! Thank you @nationals for honoring the #Sammies2017 finalists at yesterday's game⚾️
It's #JFK100 Social Media Day! Today we remember John F. Kennedy's 1960 call to service, a call the Partnership continues to promote decades later. 📸: @uofmichigan . . . How many of you who are going to be doctors, are willing to spend your days in Ghana? Technicians or engineers, how many of you are willing to work in the Foreign Service and spend your lives traveling around the world? On your willingness to do that, not merely to serve one year or two years in the service, but on your willingness to contribute part of your life to this country, I think will depend the answer whether a free society can compete. I think it can! And I think Americans are willing to contribute. But the effort must be far greater than we have ever made in the past.
Here's one last thank you! before we wrap up Public Service Recognition Week. We had such a great time celebrating public servants and giving you a behind-the-scenes look at federal agencies! What was your favorite part of #PSRW?
3:00 pm MT: O.K. kids, last photo of the day! I’m with air quality #scientists Patrick Veres (left) and Andy Neuman (right) in a NOAA lab as they run their new mass #spectrometer through its paces. By the end of the summer, this sophisticated instrument will be sent to California and bolted into a #NASA DC-8 for a month-long series of flights covering the far reaches of the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, from pole to pole. These two CIRES scientists are supporting the ATom project, an ambitious effort supported by @NOAA, @NASA and numerous other research institutions, to study tropospheric ozone, methane and black carbon aerosols -- pollutants that impair air quality and also contribute to global warming. The new machine will be hooked up to an inlet mounted on the outside of NASA’s plane and will generate a continuous readout of the abundance of dozens chemical compounds as they fly over the open ocean in a roller coaster pattern from 500 feet to over 7 miles high and down again. You can learn more about the project here: https://espo.nasa.gov/missions/atom. Well, that’s just a small slice of the world-class science that happens every day here at NOAA in Boulder. We hope you’ve enjoyed the virtual tour. Many thanks to my dedicated NOAA colleagues for putting up with me pointing a camera at them today. You can learn more at www.boulder.noaa.gov or if you know you’re going to be in Boulder, call ahead to sign up for the Tuesday afternoon tours. And thanks to the folks at @rpublicservice for allowing me to share a little bit of NOAA with you today. Have a great weekend! -- Theo Stein/NOAA Communications #nature #earth #science #scientists #environment #weather #wildfires #forecast @noaa #Boulder #Colorado #PSRW @CIRESnews #CIRES