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HCMF 2012
Human Capital Management Federal (HCMF) Training Event

28 November, 2012 - 30 November, 2012, Arlington, VA, United States

Advancing The HR Strategic Plan 2010-2015 - Improving the Quality of Personnel Management Practices

Now in itís 6th year, HCMF provides an interactive training forum for agency leaders and human resources directors to share important human resource strategies, best practices in talent management, new and innovative ideas in recruitment, and best-in-class retention strategies.

The mission of The Human Capital Management for Government Training Series is to provide government HR managers and practitioners the tools and information necessary to improve government-wide HR practices, foster innovation and be an effective motivator of organizational excellence.

Why You Must Attend HCMF 2012:

  • Learn about current strategic-level initiatives and what is on the horizon as well as how they will impact your organization
    • Final Regulations on Student Pathways Ė Understand the policy and how you can use the program to hire the best and brightest
    • HRIT: Federal direction for common IT tools, employer/applicant interfaces, Federal mandates on cloud computing, social networking
  • Discover tools and best practices for streamlining your processes and implementing strategic-level initiatives at the operational level
    • Human Capital Framework: Complying with and implementing current regulations, memorandums and policy directives
    • Training and development - more on free sources of training like HR University
    • Balancing work and family: How to make the most of it with Telework
    • Workforce Development in time of diminishing budgets and other resources
  • Interact with peers and hear case studies, lessons learned and potential solutions for current challenges in recruitment, leadership development, succession planning, onboarding, etc.
    • What are some of your peers doing around succession planning and knowledge management to ensure the best people are in the best roles now and for tomorrow
    • Employee engagement in a do more with less environment: Ways to motivate employees when there is no potential for promotion, no funds for awards & they donít need additional vacation days off
    • Specific recruitment strategies Ė examples and how they are administered
    • Workforce analytics - The issue of reliable data and how to use what you have

Who Attends

Chiefs/Directors/Deputy/Administrators/Specialists/Managers of

  • Human Resources
  • Human Capital
  • Workforce Planning
  • Workforce Development
  • Policy and Programs
  • Civilian Personnel
  • Manpower and Personnel
  • Employee Development
  • HR Systems Development
  • Labor Relations
  • Work Life Strategies
  • Training and Development
  • Performance Management
  • Strategic Initiatives
  • Personnel and Payroll

Venue & Accommodations

Sheraton Pentagon City Hotel (formerly Sheraton National)
900 South Orme Street
Arlington, VA 22204
703-521-1900 Phone
703-521-2122 Fax

The Sheraton Pentagon City Hotel is conveniently located minutes away from the nationís capital, and offers stunning panoramic views, contemporary style, and first class service. With access to attractions such as Arlington National Ceme tery, Kennedy Center, and Air and Space Museum, this location is ideal for both family vacations and business travel. Nearby Reagan National Airport makes transportation easy.

HCMF has procured a special conference rate of $219.00 per night (plus tax).To book your reservations, call the Sheraton Pentagon City at 1-800-325-3535 and identify yourself as a HCMF attendee. Rooms are limited and are on a first come, first served basis, so make your reservations as soon as possible. After the hotel cut-off date of November 7, 2012 rooms may still be available, so inquire with the hotel if you have missed the cut off date.

The Sheraton Pentagon City Hotel also offers complimentary shuttle service - with scheduled runs every 30 minutes to and from Ronald Reagan National Airport (DCA) and the Pentagon City Mall Metro.

The agenda is avaialable as PDF under downloads.


  • Frank J. Anderson Jr., President and CEO, Strategic Public Sector Solutions LLC, Bellevue University
  • Angela Bailey, Associate Director, Employee Services, US Office of Personnel Management
  • Vicki Barber, Human Resources Director, Federal Labor Relations Authority
  • Randy Bergquist, Chair, Interagency Chief Learning Officer Council and Assistant Director, Learning and Workforce Development, US Department of Justice
  • Anita Blair, Chief Human Capital Officer & Deputy Assistant Secretary, US Department of the Treasury
  • Sean J. Byrne, Assistant Administrator for Human Capital, Transportation Security Administration, DHS
  • Paula M. Chandler, Director, Human Resources, Surface Transportation Board, DOT
  • Miriam Cohen, Chief Human Capital Officer, US Nuclear Regulatory Commission
  • Anthony Costa, Chief People Officer, US General Services Administration
  • Quasette Crowner, Deputy Chief Human Capital Officer, US Department of Education
  • Lacey Dingman, Director, Office of Human Resources, US Securities and Exchange Commission
  • Jim Douglas, Director, Office of Human Resources, Smithsonian Institution
  • Catherine Emerson, Chief Human Capital Officer, US Department of Homeland Security
  • Brodi Fontenot, Chief Human Capital Officer & Deputy Assistant Secretary for Administration, US Department of Transportation
  • Tom Fox, Vice President, Leadership and Innovation, Partnership for Public Service
  • Dr. John (JD) Garvin, Leadership Director, VA Learning University, US Department of Veterans Affairs
  • Dr. Trina Greer, Chief Learning Officer & Director of Health & Human Services University, US Department of Health and Human Services
  • Steve Goodrich, Chief Executive Officer, The Center For Organizational Excellence
  • Paige Hinkle-Bowles, Chief Human Capital Officer, US Department of Defense
  • Eugene Hubbard, Chief Human Capital Officer, National Science Foundation
  • David A. Krieg, Human Capital Officer, Internal Revenue Service
  • Raymond Limon, Chief Human Capital Officer, Corporation for National & Community Service
  • Joleen Macek, Manager, Career Management Program, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
  • A. Reese Madsen, DoD Intel Chief Learning Officer, US Department of Defense, Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence
  • Pam Malam, Deputy Assistant Secretary, Human Capital And Diversity, US Department of the Interior
  • Breck Marshall, Executive Director, Talent and Organization Management Consulting Practice, Accenture
  • Sherri McGee, Deputy Chief Human Capital Officer, National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  • Reginald R. Mebane, Director, Office of Diversity Management and Equal Employment Opportunity, US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, HHS
  • Kathryn Medina, Executive Director, Chief Human Capital Officers Council, US Office of Personnel Management
  • William Milton, Chief Human Capital Officer, US Department of Agriculture
  • Alice Muellerweiss, Dean, VA Learning University, US Department of Veterans Affairs
  • Melissa Peak, Director, Workforce Solutions, University of Phoenix
  • Gregg Pelowski, Executive Director, Human Capital Business Systems, US Department of Homeland Security
  • Brian J. Persons, Executive Director, Naval Sea Systems Command, US Navy
  • Maria Price Detherage, Deputy Chief Human Capital Officer, US Department of Health and Human Services
  • Adam Ramsey, Director, Human Resources, Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service
  • Mari Barr Santangelo, Deputy Assistant Attorney General/Human Resources Director, US Department of Justice
  • Mary M. Santiago, Director, Veteran Employment Services Office, US Department of Veterans Affairs
  • Marisa Santistevan, Human Capital and Decennial Field Staff, US Census Bureau
  • Dan Scott, Deputy Chief Human Capital Officer, Office of the Director of National Intelligence
  • Karen Senkel, Learning and Development Division Director, US Department of Education
  • Peter Shelby, Chief Learning Officer, National Reconnaissance Office
  • Stephen T. Shih, Deputy Associate Director for Executive Resources and Employee Development, US Office of Personnel Management
  • Joseph Smith, Deputy Chief Human Capital Officer, US Department of Housing and Urban Development
  • Linda Taglialatela, Deputy Chief Human Capital Officer, US Department of State
  • Pat Tamburrino, Jr., Under Secretary of Defense Personnel & Readiness, Chief of Staff, US Department of Defense
  • Dr. George L. Tanner, Chief Learning Officer, US Department of Homeland Security
  • Paul Terry, General Manager, Professional Education, Blackboard, Inc.
  • LaVeen Thompson, Acting Director, Office Of Continuous Learning and Career Management, US Department of Labor
  • Jeffrey Vargas, Chief Learning Officer, Commodity Futures Trading Commission
  • Reginald Wells, Deputy Commissioner, Office of Human Resources, US Social Security Administration
  • Sandy Wells, Chief Learning Officer & Director, Office of Strategic Employee and Organization Development, US Department of the Interior


Event details

28 November, 2012
30 November, 2012
Sheraton Pentagon City Hotel
United States


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