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PMF Program Office

Responsibilities of the PMF Program Office:

The PMF Program Office is responsible for the overall management of the Program and will:

  • Market the PMF Program to Federal agencies and departments and to accredited graduate schools.

  • Develop a strategy for attracting and recruiting graduate students with diverse backgrounds into the PMF Program.

  • Develop and conduct a rigorous applicant assessment and selection process to determine a pool of finalists.

  • Provide structured development programs and activities including orientation and graduation training sessions.

  • Serve as a conduit for effective communication among all members of the PMF Program community: coordinators, supervisors, educational institutions, assessors, applicants, and Fellows.

  • Provide agencies with access to systems and information needed to administer the Program in their agency.

  • Evaluate the effectiveness of the PMF Program.

Program questions or comments should be addressed to:

  Presidential Management Fellows Program
  U.S. Office of Personnel Management
  1900 E Street, NW, Room 1425
  Washington, DC 20415
  Phone: 202-606-1040
  Fax: 202-606-3040

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