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      Homeland Defense to implement pay-for-performance
    Posted on Wednesday, April 05 @ 15:00:00 EDT by admin

    DoD National Security Personnel System The Department of Homeland Security will implement pay-for-performance, even while litigating it's new personnel system.

    Chief human capital officer Gregg Prillaman said the litigation "has essentially compressed" the schedule, "Instead of moving people onto it quicker, it is going to be slightly slower". The coalition of unions suing the department has focused on the labor relations portion of the system, but does have concerns about the pay-for-performance system. The coalition contends that the government has a poor track record when it comes to creating fair and credible pay-for-performance systems. As many as 20,000 employees may convert to the system in January of 2006 and another 65,000 in January of 2008. The department has trained approximately 2,000 managers and intends to train another 5,000. Chief human capital officer Gregg Prillaman said of the new system, "The plan is not to go out and do massive harm to employees of this department. Quite the contrary," Prillaman said. "It is to give them a clearer picture of how they succeed and better recognition for that success. It is not a Machiavellian plot. In the end, the department's goal is the same as the employees' goal. You want to be able to have high-quality people in the organization who succeed in their job and want to stay for the long run. That is what employees want, and that is what the department wants."


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