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The D.C. Department of Human Resources (DCHR) provides human resource management services that strengthen individual and organizational performance and enable the District government to attract, develop and retain a well-qualified, diverse workforce.
1015 Half St SE
Washington D.C., DC
We are located at Judiciary Sqaure on Metro's Red Line.
DCHR is organized into six administrations and the Office of the General Counsel, which all report to the Office of the Director. The Office of the Director - Provides executive management and recruitment; policy direction; strategic and financial planning; public relations; resource management; support for DCHR and consultation to the Mayor and members of the Cabinet on human resource issues. It controls and disseminates work assignments and coordinates agency operations to ensure the attainment of the agency's goals and objectives. The Office of the Director is comprised of the following: Administrative Services Administration (ASA) - Falls under the Office of the Chief Operating Officer. It consists of the Executive and Excepted Services & HR Processing Unit; Management Support Unit (formerly called Shared Services); and newly established HR Answers Unit (customer service) and Information Technology. Audit and Compliance Administration (ACA) - Provides an independent and objective evaluation of the human resources functions, policies, procedures and controls of the agencies that are subordinate to the Mayor. Policy and Staffing Services Administration (PSSA) – Responsible for researching, analyzing, formulating, developing, and distributing a wide range of legal, regulatory, and procedural documents concerning the District government’s personnel management program, including amendments to the Comprehensive Merit Personnel Act (CMPA) and the DC Personnel Regulations (Title 6B of the District of Columbia Municipal Regulations). Workforce Development Administration (WDA) - Provides training, workforce planning and organizational development programs and activities that increase the knowledge, skills and competencies of District government employees, to enable them to provide the highest quality and most cost-effective services to the District of Columbia. Benefits and Retirement Administration (BRA) - Responsible for the service delivery of the District’s benefits program and policies for 32,000 benefit-eligible employees and retirees (pre- and post-October 1, 1987). This includes the plan management; contracting; and communication of all health, voluntary and retirement programs. Compensation and Classification Administration (CCA) - Provides position management, classification, compensation, and performance management assistance to District of Columbia government agencies. Establishes official classifications and descriptions, designs and implements pay schedules, and develops classification/compensation/performance management policies, procedures and regulations. Office of the General Counsel - Provides legal assistance to the Department of Human Resources, the agency that administers the human resource management program for subordinate agencies to ensure that the District government attracts, develops and retains a well-qualified, diverse workforce in compliance with the Comprehensive Merit Personnel Act and other relevant District and federal laws, rules, and regulations. The Office of the General Counsel provides legal advice to the Director, and agency management, administrators and staff on a variety of complex legal issues in order to accomplish DCHR’s mission.
|Monday||08:30 - 17:00|
|Tuesday||08:30 - 17:00|
|Wednesday||08:30 - 17:00|
|Thursday||08:30 - 17:00|
|Friday||08:30 - 17:00|
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