Organization & Human Capital

Summary of OMB Memo M-17-22 – Comprehensive Plan for Reforming the Federal Government

Strong Foundations: Structural Organization as a Critical Component of Solving a University’s Human Resources Challenges

Many administrative and operational challenges at universities can be remedied by assessing HR structure. Learn how universities can determine - and implement - the ideal HR structure to retain trust and control within the administrative system.

Business as Unusual: Translating Spans and Layers Principles from the Private Sector to Higher Education

Summer School is in session! Learn how Spans & Layers, an organizational principle usually reserved for the private sector, can be used in higher education to optimize budgets and improve effectiveness.

Maintaining the Vision of Your Mission: Assessing and Optimizing Defense Workforces

Defense agencies often allocate more than half of workforce resources to non-core activities. Identifying and analyzing these resources through an organizational assessment can help free up resources to be reinvested in core missions.

We Can Work It Out: Identifying Federal Workforce Challenges and Opportunities

How can agencies meet workforce demands with shifting missions and budgets? Censeo Managing Director Jeff Jeffress shares insights on identifying- and overcoming- challenges to federal workforce planning.

Commentary: Workforce Challenges to Better Buying Power 3.0

Censeo CEO and Business Analyst explore the workforce challenges better buying power 3.0 in Defense News.

Setting Up for Innovative Success

Censeo National Security Practice Director and Business Analyst write about DoD innovation for Atlantic Council Blog.

Infographic: Why Access to Education Matters and How Good Management Can Help

Censeo Assists the College of William & Mary with Business Innovation Initiative

FedEd TV Interview: IT Spend Visibility

Daniel Hae-Dong Lee, a Principal at Censeo Consulting Group, discusses the importance of spend visibility and outcome-based measurements in federal agencies, and allocating adequate funding to mission-based discretionary spending instead of the conventional focus on non-discretionary spending.