Neal, Jeff - 1 - 2013 - BW

Chief HRO is my blog for people who are interested in Human Resources and management matters, either because they work in HR or are interested HR issues. I will offer news about what is happening in government HR, insight and my views on how to make them better.

I am currently a Senior Vice President for ICF, and formerly served as Chief Human Capital Officer for the Department of Homeland Security and Chief Human Resources Officer for the Defense Logistics Agency. I am also a Fellow and Vice Chair of the Board of Directors at the National Academy of Public Administration and a Partnership for Public Service SAGE. This is a personal Blog. The postings on this site are my own and do not necessarily represent ICF’s positions, strategies, or opinions, or those of any other organization with which I am affiliated.

Jeff Neal


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  1. Rich Norman says:

    Hello Mr Neal and Happy New Year.
    A fellow DLA (Europe) alumni, am thankful for your service at DLA and DHS.
    Wish you all the best at ICF.

    Rich N.


  2. Goodmorning!
    I’m glad I came across one of your articles in regards to the DOD jobs being frozen. I hope you can help me please. I was supposed to begin training as a clinical social worker at the Airforce base in Homestead Fl. I went through the hiring process during the month of December and was told to expect a call during the month of January which was supposed to be the call that would inform me the details of when to begin training for the job. I was told that all hiring and training was suspended and was not given anymore information. I was hoping you could tell me if you knew how long this suspension will go on for? and if there is hope that I can have my job once the suspension is lifted or if Ill have to go through the Drug screen, background check and the whole applying process all over again?

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