Arlington, Va., March 3, 2015 – Eagle Hill Consulting will provide human capital strategic planning services for the U.S. Department of Treasury Bureau of Engraving and Printing (BEP). The work will be conducted under a recently awarded one-year $210K contract with a one year option.
“In today’s environment of strained government budgets, it’s vitally important for agencies to strategically manage their workforce. Smart human capital plans are a driving force behind organizational effectiveness and efficiency,” said Melissa Jezior, President and CEO of Eagle Hill Consulting. “Eagle Hill Consulting is privileged to work with BEP, a forward-looking agency that understands the critical importance of this strategic planning initiative. We are eager to tap our extensive human capital experience to help BEP align its workforce to achieve its mission,” Jezior said.
The effort will focus on integrating policies and best practices while also ensuring effective performance measurement and communications.
BEP is the nation’s sole source of paper currency production and annually prints billions of dollars – referred to as Federal Reserve Notes – with more than one trillion notes in circulation. The agency has a 150+ year rich legacy of craftsmanship and innovation, making it the premier leader in banknote production. BEP recently achieved significant milestones in currency design and production with the integration of color and cutting-edge security technology. Today, the BEP develops and produces currency notes that are trusted and used worldwide.
Eagle Hill Consulting LLC is a woman-owned business that provides management consulting services in the areas of business strategy, organizational transformation, human capital transformation, process improvement, program management, and change management. Eagle Hill works with a range of public, private, and non-profit organizations in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area and across the nation. A recognized leader, Eagle Hill has earned awards from the Washington Business Journal and Washingtonian as a top place to work. More information is available at www.eaglehillconsulting.com.