Judy has served as a senior consultant with the Partnership for Public Service on a range of federal performance management and measurement issues since 2006.
Judy was previously a managing consultant with CPS Human Resources, a self-supporting public agency that provides human resources consulting services to government and non-profit agencies. She served as the project manager for CPS’ contracts with the National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Diseases in the aftermath of 9/11 when the Institute faced rapid expansion in response to the Nation’s urgent bioterrorism research agenda.
Judy is a retired federal executive. She was with the US Government Accountability Office (GAO) for 26 years and led GAO’s work in the Housing, Community and Economic Development, Small Business, Emergency Management, Telecommunications and Energy areas. She oversaw more than 600 congressionally requested reviews of federal programs, many of which resulted in legislative actions, budgetary savings and improved government performance. She represented GAO by testifying in more than 100 congressional hearings, on national television, in the press, and at national conferences.
She led or served on several GAO human capital initiatives designed to improve the performance evaluation system, enrich the training and development programs, streamline the recruitment and hiring programs, and enhance the training, mentoring and coaching of new employees. She has received numerous GAO awards but is proudest of receiving GAO’s highest human capital management award because she was nominated by her staff.
She is a graduate of American University.
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- Company:PARTNERSHIP FOR PUBLIC SERVICE
- Job Title:Strategic Advisor
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