Jonathan Terrell of Infohrm Group to Present at the American Council for Technology Human Capital Special Interest Group

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Jonathan Terrell, President of North America for the Infohrm Group will deliver a presentation on the changing role of The Office of Human Capital Management within the federal government at the Human Capital SIG, a part of the American Council for Technology.

The Infohrm Group, the leader in on-demand full service workforce planning, measuring, and human capital analytic solutions today announced that Jonathan Terrell, President of North America will be a featured guest speaker at the Human Capital Special Interest Group (SIG), an Industry Advisory Council (IAC) of the American Council for Technology (ACT) on October 18, 2006 in Washington, DC. Terrell’s presentation will focus on the changing role of The Office of Human Capital Management within the federal government.

WHAT: Jonathan Terrell, President – North America, of the Infohrm Group will present at the IAC Human Capital SIG of the American Council for Technology. His presentation will include specific focus on:

  •      Strategy Development
  •     Measurement and Analytics
  •     Human Capital Budgeting and Planning

WHO: As President of North America for The Infohrm Group Jonathan Terrell is responsible for the development of all aspects of the Infohrm program. He brings twenty years experience in the Information Technology industry with a focus on the development of commercial applications. More recently, Jonathan has assumed responsibility for the management of the North American business with The Infohrm Group acquiring full operational responsibility for the CLC Metrics program. Jonathan combines his responsibility for growing and developing the business in this region with his passion for enabling Business Intelligence solutions for the HR community. Prior to joining Infohrm, Jonathan specialized in the development of operational systems through the initial building of the Lattice product and associated business, and the subsequent management of this business as a subsidiary of Mincom.

WHY: The Human Capital SIG is one of several Industry Advisory Councils (IAC) established by the American Council for Technology (ACT). The IAC Human Capital SIG brings industry and government executives together to exchange information, support professional development, improve communications and understanding, solve issues and build partnership and trust to enhance the government's ability to serve the nation's citizenry. Strategic human capital management is one of the key priorities of the President's Management Agenda. It is critical to an agencies mission because over 50% of federal employees are eligible to retire in the next 5 years. Federal agencies are moving toward the use of technology tools to manage human resources in many ways, including but not limited to personnel folder/records, training and recruiting. The ACT is a non-profit educational organization established in 1979 to assist government in acquiring and using information technology resources effectively and efficiently. Working with all levels of government, ACT provides education, programming, and networking opportunities that enhance and advance the government IT profession.

WHEN: The Human Capital SIG will take place on October 18, 2006 from 5:30 – 7:30pm.

WHERE: This meeting is being hosted by the Australian Trade Commission and will be held at the Embassy of Australia in Washington, DC (1601 Massachusetts Ave NW).

For additional information on the American Council for Technology, the Industry Advisory Councils or the Human Capital SIG visit http://www.actgov.org

About The Infohrm Group

The Infohrm Group is the global leader in on-demand workforce reporting, workforce planning, and human capital analytics solutions. With over 25 years of experience, and a strong customer base consisting of Fortune 500 and 1000 clients, Infohrm has paved the way for organizations to measure the impact of human capital initiatives and drive business results. The Infohrm Essentials, and Infohrm Professional solutions couple a leading edge on-demand technology platform with strategic consulting services to focus on the analysis of data to help organizations make informed decisions around human capital practices.

In 2001, Infohrm formed a joint initiative with the Corporate Executive Council to form CLC Metrics. This program brought Infohrm’s technology enabled workforce reporting, benchmarking and analytics program and solutions to companies across the US, Canada, UK and continental Europe. Now in its fifth year of operations with a substantial membership base, Infohrm has acquired full operational responsibility for the CLC Metrics Program and will continue to partner with clients under the global Infohrm brand. Learn more at http://www.infohrm.com.

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