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Chapter : Human Resources
National Science Foundation (NSF), Education and Human Resources Directorate,2415 Eisenhower Ave., Room C11000, Alexandria, VA 22314; (703) 292-8600. Fax, (703) 292-9179. William (Jim) Lewis, Assistant Director (Acting).
Supports the development of a diverse and well-prepared STEM workforce through a variety of education and research programs.
National Science Foundation (NSF), Human Resource Development Division,2415 Eisenhower Ave., Room E11400, Alexandria, VA 22134; (703) 292-8640. Fax, (703) 292-9019. Jermelina Tupas, Director.
Supports programs and activities to increase participation of minorities, women, and people with disabilities in the STEM workforce.
Office of Personnel Management (OPM), Human Resources Solutions,1900 E St. N.W., #2469F, 20415-1000; (202) 606-0900. Fax, (202) 606-9200. Joseph S. Kennedy, Associate Director.
[Page 239]Manages federal human resources policy, including staffing, compensation, benefits, labor relations, and position classification.
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