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IPMA-HR Certified Professional

IPMA-HR offers an internationally recognized certification program to the public HR community. The IPMA-HR Certified Professional (IPMA-CP) designation can be obtained in five simple steps.

New Product Launch (POSIS)

Introducing the Police Officer Structured Interview System

Collaboration Connection Commitment

Join thousands of your public sector colleagues and a community of members who all share a common interest... public human resources. Become a member today!

Join Our New Test Development Project

We are developing a customer service test. Find out how you can help.

2014 International Training Forum & Expo

News Feed

2014-Jul-29

Seeking State and Local Government Organizations to Participate in Employee Engagement Survey

IPMA-HR is conducting an Employee Engagement survey of members' public employees and seeking participation from state and local gove

2014-Jul-8

Infographic: State and Local Governments Are Hiring Again

In the current issue of HR News, IPMA-HR provides more indepth insight on where state and local governments are hiring again. Read more in the July issue.

Webinar on Gallagher Benefit Services 2014 Survey Coming in August

In August IPMA-HR will be hosting a free and informative webinar presented by Gallagher Benefits Services, who will be sharing their latest findings from its recent national benefits survey.

2014-Jun-24

CPS-HR and IPMA-HR Offers $20,000 Grant to a Government Agency with Innovative HR Programs

CPS HR Consulting and IPMA-HR have formed a partnership to establish a $20,000 grant program for the encouragement of innovative human resources practices in the public sector. 

Supreme Court Decides First Amendment Protects Testimony by Public Employees

In a unanimous decision on June 19, the United States Supreme Court ruled in the case of Lane v. Franks that the First Amendment protects a public employee who provides truthful sworn testimony outside the scope of his ordinary job responsibilities.