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<p><strong>Arlington, Va. &mdash; June 6&nbsp;</strong><br />Personnel Decisions Research Institutes (PDRI), a PreVisor company focused on research and consulting in the field of industrial-organizational psychology, has announced its selection by the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (OPM) to provide strategic human resource consulting services. </p><p>The award follows a rigorous, yearlong selection process and is an important recognition of both PDRI&rsquo;s broad range of capabilities and its expertise in meeting the unique needs of government agencies.<br /><br />Under the terms of the five-year contract, PDRI will work with OPM&rsquo;s Training and Management Assistance (TMA) program to help agencies throughout the federal government maximize the performance of their human capital assets. </p><p>TMA offers a fast-track process that allows federal organizations to work with leading private-sector companies on a wide variety of customized talent management solutions. </p><p>Depending on organizational needs, specific services might include workforce assessment, HR strategic planning, performance management, change management and succession planning.<br />&nbsp;<br />&ldquo;We are very pleased OPM selected PDRI to work with its customer agencies,&rdquo; Noel Sitzmann, PreVisor CEO, said. &ldquo;Investment by the federal government in best-practice talent management solutions represents a strong commitment to a successful, high-performance workforce. </p><p>&quot;This award showcases the strength of PDRI&rsquo;s consulting capabilities, the depth of our government experience and the ongoing maturation of an HR services industry built on industrial-organizational psychology.&rdquo;</p>

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