May 2020 Industry Briefing DHS Opening Up America Again Implementation Strategy

May 27, 2020

May 2020 Industry Briefing Industry Briefing DHS Opening Up America Again Implementation Strategy update.

 

All,

 

We’re looking forward to seeing everyone virtually at tomorrow’s Return to the Workplace AIR session!  The agenda for the session has already been sent out and you can also find it attached to the calendar invitation. 

 

Similar to the last meeting, please let me know the order of the deep dive topics that you would like to discuss (1 – would be the topic you most want to discuss) so that we can allocate time appropriately.

 

  1. Business risk

  2. Innovative work practices

  3. Return to the workplace timing

 

Also, please find attached the slides that Deputy Chief Human Capital Officer Roland Edwards discussed at the May 14, 2020 session and a brief summary of the event. 

 

 

 

Minutes to the meeting: Return to the Workplace Acquisition Innovation Roundtable Executive Summary – May 14, 2020

 

 

 

Best regards,

 

Stephanie J. Hrin

Communications and Industry Liaison

Office of the Chief Procurement Officer

Department of Homeland Security

 

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