The HRO Today Forum Invites Public Sector HR Leaders to Special Roundtable
EDISON, New Jersey (CRANBERRY) April 24, 2012 -- Public sector HR leaders are invited to participate in a special roundtable discussion, “Public Sector HR Closes the Budget Gap,”during the sixth annual HRO Today Forum & Workforce Congress in Washington, D.C., April 30-May 2.
As agencies at all levels work to close widening budget gaps, HR leaders often find themselves on the frontlines, as managers of their own budgets and as strategic advisors to executives on how to best structure the workforce. These decisions have far-reaching consequences and impact the daily lives of not only employees but all Americans.
In light of these realities, the HRO Today Forum has created this special roundtable for public sector HR leaders. The mission of this invitation-only event is to gather the heads of HR from other federal, state, and local governments to find solutions to growing public sector debt while improving the lives of citizens and employees. Participants will come together to hear the latest data, learn from and dialog with peers, and construct real action plans.
David DiSalvo,director of the People First Teamfor the Florida Department of Managed Services, and Keith Strodtman, aResearch Fellow atHfS Research, will lead the roundtable discussion. HfS Research is the foremost analyst advisory organization and social networking community, focused on helping enterprises make complex decisions with their business process operations governance, IT services, outsourcing and shared services strategies.
In addition to “Public Sector HR Closes the Budget Gap,” public sector HR leaders are invited to join the main Forum to connect with their private-sector peers and hear keynotes from:
Former US Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle Deloitte CEO Emeritus and author of “As One,” Jim Quigley Assistant Secretary of Education Brenda Dann-Messier
“The recession has left federal, state and local governments with big holes in their budgets,” said Richard Crespin, president of SharedXpertise and chairman of the HRO Today Forum. “The solutions we’ll hear at the Forum have proven successful in closing those budget gaps while minimizing the impact on government workers and services.”
Government HR leaders may attend the Forum and all its sessions free of charge by visiting www.hrotodayforum.com and entering the code PUBSEC on the registration page.
About the HRO Today Forum (www.HROTodayForum.com) The HRO Today Forum, taking place April 30-May 2, 2012 in Washington DC at the Gaylord National, brings together the former HRO, MSP, and RPO Summits along with the HR Demo Show to attract HR Executives to engage with Providers, Government and NGOs to make an impact on the current workforce issues. Through a highly interactive setting, the Forum provides the big picture, dynamic dialog, and deep dives on the issues surrounding how HR Officers operate the Global Business of HR.
Sponsors for the HRO Today Forum 2012 include: (Premier) Adecco RPO, Guidant Group, FutureStep, AdvantagexPO; (Gold) Taleo, ADP, Kenexa, SourceRight, AllegisTalent2, AdeccoMSP, Staff Management, Aon Hewitt, Rayteheon Professional Services; (Silver) Alexander Mann Solutions, Pinstripe, ORACLE, SevenStep, TPI/ISG, NorthgateArinso; (Bronze)Ceridian, Hays, Hudson RPO, PeopleScout, YOH; (Supporting Sponsors) WilsonHCG,Kelly OCG, CareerBuilder, Accenture, Take The Interview, Montage, First Advantage, iCIMS, SmartBrief.
About SharedXpertise SharedXpertise is the leader in providing media, summits and forums that develop professional practices in the areas of corporate responsibility, human resources and financial management. Its media offerings include print and online publications; its summits are conferences and its forums offer association membership programs. SharedXpertise serves strategy-level corporate executives in the human resources, finance, compliance and sustainability professions in North America, Europe and Asia.
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