The Professional Services Council has unveiled its transition paper, “PSC 45: An Agenda for the Next President of the United States,” which outlines the council’s plan for ushering in the new administration.
To help the 45th president of the United States develop a policy and management agenda that improves the operations, effectiveness, and efficiency of the federal government, PSC has provided recommendations focused on four main areas:
- Harness Technology and New Business Models to Modernize Government Service Delivery.
- Improve Government Operations to Better Compete Globally.
- Build a Better Engagement Model to Bring the Best Ideas and Solutions from Industry into Government
- Develop the Government and Industry Workforces of the Future.
“To meet the demands and complexities of the 21st century, both the executive and legislative branches of the federal government need to change the way they operate,” said David Berteau, PSC president and CEO. “Our goal is to help the next administration use the recommendations in this report, in partnership with the private sector, to make rapid progress.”
David Wennergren, PSC executive vice president of operations and technology, added, “On behalf of PSC’s 400 member companies, we look forward to working with the incoming administration to forge a better, more effective 21st-century government.”
The report is available on the PSC website.