Resources that guide presidential transitions: a bibliography
As a nonpartisan resource for transition teams, the Center for Presidential Transition gathers and organizes knowledge and resources for those planning transitions. The following list of books, articles and reports offer a wealth of information related to transition planning that our team found useful in creating resources for transition teams.
The Presidential Transition Act: a framework for continuity in government
The evolution of the Presidential Transition Act has given our nation a framework ensuring transition planning starts early — well before the general election — and, just as Congress envisioned in 1963, that serving and protecting the American people remains the priority of our government, even during transfers of executive power.
Challenges in the presidential appointment process
The public benefits when individuals from diverse backgrounds and experiences use their talents for the public good – so it should be easy for those who want to serve to do so. Unfortunately, it’s not. The appointments process is difficult to navigate even for experienced government insiders; for individuals who are coming from academia, the private or nonprofit sectors, it is baffling.
New report explores how to manage the changing federal government
The federal government must evolve to support technology, data and the evolution of workplace demands to confront changes in the landscape of the workforce.
Presidential transition teams need accurate data to fill federal jobs
The 2020 presidential campaign is well underway as the first primaries and caucuses rapidly approach. Soon, presidential hopefuls will need to assemble a team to plan a transition — either to a new administration or a second term.
Regardless of election result, CHCOs need to be prepared for senior personnel changes
To address the projected increase of leadership transitions, the complexity and criticality of their execution and the need for agency leaders to partner with their HR counterparts, the Partnership developed the CHCO Check List for Chief Human Capital Officers and new appointees.
The Center for Presidential Transition: Helping the 2020 candidates prepare to govern
As the 2020 presidential election heats up, President Trump and the myriad Democratic candidates will not only have to campaign, they also will have to prepare to govern for the next four years – preparation that take place well before voters go to the polls. Doing so will mean putting campaign promises into policy, recruiting capable teams and managing the largest and most complex organization in the world – the U.S. government.
The costs of presidential transition
When candidates receive their party’s presidential nomination, they must begin to stand up presidential transition teams to prepare for the possibility of governing. As they do so, a number of questions arise, including who will pay the costs of running these transition operations?
They’re from the government and they’re here to help your transition
There is both disruption and continuity in a presidential transition. Thankfully, a support structure of career staff and their agencies stands ready to assist the presidential transition teams BEFORE the election and the incoming administration after the votes have been counted.