To serve the American people and strengthen national security by managing the U.S. Government's finances effectively, promoting economic growth and stability, and ensuring the safety, soundness and security of the U.S. and international financial systems.
Headquarters: Washington, D.C. Offices are located across the country and around the world. Highest concentration of employees: Texas, Tennessee, New York, District of Columbia, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Utah, Maryland, and Kentucky.
The Department of Treasury ranked 7th out of 30 agencies in the 2010 Best Places to Work in the Federal Government rankings with an index score of 68.4.
Treasury’s Human Capital community has established a five-year Human Capital Strategic Plan (FY 2008-2013) and annually develops a Human Capital Operating Plan, which integrates human resources and civil rights and diversity business needs into a full spectrum of Treasury-wide priorities that include recruitment, employee and leader development, and retention of talented employees to meet the organization’s mission. The Department of Treasury has realized recruitment successes through its collaboration with colleges, universities, professional organizations, and use of recruitment and pay flexibilities and incentives. Treasury has launched an aggressive and innovative marketing/branding and recruitment campaign, including updating the employment pages on the Treasury website, designing a Department-wide recruitment brochure, increasing its presence at job fairs, expanding the use of intern programs, and engaging in targeted recruitment to meet specific mission staffing needs.
To assist in its recruitment efforts, Treasury granted a total of 194 recruitment bonuses in calendar years (CY) 2007 and 2008 for a total amount of nearly $891,000. In addition, 77 student loan repayments were approved in FY 2007 and CY 2008 totaling more than 367,000.
The Department of Treasury’s recruitment priorities will focus on mission critical professional and specialized occupations such as accountants, attorneys, Internal Revenue Agents, tax examining specialists, intelligence analysts, economists, and human capital, information technology and procurement professionals. The Department is focused on strategies intended to tap into underutilized talent pools including minorities, persons with disabilities, veterans, and second career hires.
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Intelligence Analysis is classified under the Social Science family of occupations by the Office of Personnel Management's (OPM) Classification Guide, but it is listed under Security and Protection as that is more descriptive of the duties.
Demographics source: FedScope, OPM
Source: Fedscope 09/08
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