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Portrait of George Waldman
George Waldmann, Acting Director, Office of Human Capital Policy and Accountability

George Waldmann serves as the Acting Director of the Office of Human Capital Policy and Accountability in the Office of the Chief Human Capital Officer (HC) at the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). The Office of Human Capital Policy and Accountability serves as a conduit between the Department and third-party agencies, such as the U.S. Office of Personnel Management and the U.S. Government Accountability Office, when developing and issuing both DOE and government- wide human capital policies and guidance. Mr. Waldmann manages and oversees the development and execution of human capital policies and accountability programs, such as the Human Capital Management Accountability Program (HCMAP). This program serves as the human resources vehicle that conducts independent review of a variety of disciplines to include but not limited to Classification, Recruitment and Placement, Compensation, Benefits Administration, etc.

Mr. Waldmann has over 20 years of Federal human resources experience coupled with four years of private-sector human resources. Prior to joining DOE in 2005, Mr. Waldmann served in the following roles: Accountability and Compliance Division Director,  Employment Solutions Director, Acting Director of the Management and Performance HR Shared Service Center Director in HC; HR Specialist at the Washington Headquarters Services (WHS) where he worked on policy and workforce planning; Lead Staffing Specialist on the Pentagon Team for the Civilian Personnel Operations Center (Army); Economics Officer (Fascell Fellow) at the American Embassy in Romania with the U.S. Department of State.

Mr. Waldmann holds a Masters in Public Administration (MPA) in HR Management from the Wagner School at New York University. He also has a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science. Mr. Waldmann is certified as a Greenbelt in Lean Six Sigma.