The evolving transformation of how, where and why we work is inherently flexible and will be different for each federal agency.
Reimagine the work, worker, workplace and workforce
The future of work is human and mission success depends on the employees that are at the core of each mission. We are at a societal juncture where the type of work, workforce expectations, and the work environment are all evolving. Agencies should design the future of work with these core themes in mind: Purposeful, Truly Human, Flexible and Augmented (with technology).
We help you bring key issues into focus:
How to reimagine the type of work to be done, how it gets done and what skills we have access to
How to unlock new business models, disrupting ourselvesto drive growth and respond to competitive threats
How to activate new cross boundary ways of working, data, and technology to unleash innovation and agility
Future of Federal Work capabilities
We are continuously innovating at the intersection of people, industry, and technology to reimagine how, where, and why we work and ensure that the human, omni-connected experience is at the core.
Operating model & organization design
Design an operating model and organization structure that supports the vision and identify the talent and skills needed to support the future state of work.
Project an organization’s forecasted workforce needs and evaluating and creating fulfilment scenarios for impacted talent - fueled by data-driven insights and human + machine collaboration.
Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Accessibility (DEIA)
Create a diverse, equitable, inclusive, and accessible organization that unleashes the full potential of leaders and team members, while leveraging data, analytics, and industry best practices.
Building a workforce
Artifical intelligence (AI) could unleash a productivity windfall for the U.S. goverment, worth up to $532 billion annually by 2028. Before this can happen, federal workers and executives need to be empowered to get the most from AI.
The rapid spread of AI technologies promises huge productivity gains for workers. This is especially true in the public sector, where red tape and other institutional constraints hamper productivity.
AI can empower government workers in two ways. The first is by automating repetitive tasks, freeing up time for higher value-added activities. The second way is by augmenting public-sector workers capabilities.
The return on the government’s AI investments could be enormous: productivity gains worth up to $532 billion annually by 2028, by our estimates. To reap such rewards, federal agencies must begin taking actions—in the areas of training, strategy, and data— that empower workers and executives to make the most of AI
Work at the heart of change. Grow, advance, and make an impact.
Every day our people do amazing things to help the U.S. federal government solve their biggest challenges. Across missions and around the globe, we are delivering change that matters and real, meaningful impact for our clients and our country. Join us and do extraordinary things that make a better future for all of us.