DOT OIG wants an analysis of current, future workforce needs

The Transportation Department’s Office of the Inspector General wants plans for strategies regarding its current and future workforce needs.

The OIG’s Workforce Planning Program is a key management initiative to improve program performance and efficiency as well as a human capital plan for recruiting and training a strong workforce, according to a new request for information.

Contract work would include:

  • A workforce planning program
  • A thorough assessment of the “as is” environment
  • A future human capital strategy in a “to be” environment
  • Skill gaps identification
  • Action and implementation plans
  • A close-out report

The OIG released the RFI July 5. Responses are due by July 15.

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Matthew Weigelt is a freelance journalist who writes about acquisition and procurement.

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