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Contents

Current Climate

Major Projects by Department - FY2009

Leading Projects at OPM - 2007
Enterprise Human Resources Integration (EHRI)
Employee Express/My Pay system
Learning Management System
Retirement Systems
Benefits Selection System

Top Spending Departments - 2007
Office of the Inspector General
Office of the General Counsel
Office of the Chief Financial Officer
Human Resources Products & Services Division

Leading Contract Winners at OPM
National Patent Development Corp.
RMCI Corp.
GeoLearning
Lee Integrated Systems Technology
Promark Technology Inc.

IT Budget History

2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008
2009
$139 $127 $112

$195 (Proposed)

$137 (Final)

$186 (Proposed)

$89 (Final)

$136 (Proposed)

$104 (Enacted)

$99 (Proposed)

Numbers = $millions. (Data from the Office of Management and Budget)

Note on 2007 & 2008: Most civilian agencies other that the Homeland Security Department have not had a full budget approved since FY2006. A continuing resolution has keep agency spending near 2006 levels.

Most Common Procurement Methods

Future

News from OPM

Related Links

The links below are for government-related job listings, but they are not related to OPM in any way

Agency Profile
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U.S. Office of Personnel Management
1900 E Street, NW
Washington, DC 20415
202-606-1000

Web site


Mission:
To ensure the Federal Government has an effective civilian workforce. This mission is accomplished by providing human capital advice and leadership for the President of the United States and Federal agencies; delivering human resources policies, products and services; ensuring compliance with merit system principles and protection from prohibited personnel practices; and holding agencies accountable for their human capital practices. [1]


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Notes

[1] From the OPM Strategic Plan, 2006-2010. Page 3

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