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Office of Operations, Security, and Preparedness

 

Office of Resource Management

The Office of Resource Management (ORM) enable all employees, managers, supervisors and executives, to identify, understand, manage, and monitor the delivery and execution of Human Resources, Budget, Procurements, Administrative and Logistics in Operations, Security, and Preparedness. (OSP) 

The objective of Budget formulation and execution is to ensure funds are spent in compliance with law, guidance, and directives from OMB and Congress. ORM ensures a budget formulation that is timely, and accurate for the submission to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and the President’s budget request to Congress. Budget execution provides continuous review and control to ensure consistency with OSP’s operating plans.

The goal of Human Resource Management is to provide oversight and establish short and long term goals for training, performance management, learning management systems, labor management, discrimination complaints, EEO, investigation processes, alternative dispute resolution, diversity and inclusion, and telework in the Office of Operations, Security, and Preparedness.

Administrative and logistical oversight ensures telephone systems, telecommunications, audiovisuals, transportation, personal property, equipment, web sites, information technology oversight, privacy, records management, purchase card, transit benefits, freedom of information act (FOIA), payroll, space management, mail management, and executive correspondence for the organization.