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OPM Releases Final Records Management Occupation Flysheet

OPM released a memorandum for Chief Human Capital Officers announcing the final version of the Records Management Occupation Flysheet (O308) and the Qualification Standard on March 10. This action formally created a new occupational series of records and information management. We believe this will elevate the roles, responsibilities, and skill sets for agency records officers and […]

OPM Draft Records Management Flysheet Released

Several weeks ago, we reported on the progress being made by the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) on establishing a records management occupational job series. Now, they have released a draft records management professional flysheet to agency human resources directors.  The flysheet proposes to establish an occupational series, consistently defining records management activities throughout the Federal Government. […]

Update on RM Occupational Series

Not all the work associated with the  Managing Government Records Directive  is occurring here in the Office of the Chief Records Officer. While all agencies are working towards the main goals, the Directive also charges specific agencies to carry out actions. One of these agencies is the Office of Personnel Management (OPM). They are working on […]

OPM Releases Position Classification

On Friday, March 9, 2012, as part of the Obama Administration’s ongoing Open Government activities and their support of Sunshine Week (March 11th through 17th), the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) released the Final Position Classification Flysheet for a new job series called the Government Information Series, 0306.  This job series covers work involved in […]

OPM and Information Management Positions

We have heard from OPM that they are proposing a new occupational series to encompass information management positions in the Federal government. This came from an memo they have sent to Human Resources Officers in the government. The memo requests feedback to OPM on this topic. Because of our obvious interest in the topic, we […]

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