Office of Human Capital Management and Training

​The Office of Human Capital Management and Training (HCMT) provides administrative support to NTSB programs. The office is led by the Chief Human Capital Officer (CHCO) who is responsible for setting the NTSB's workforce development strategy and aligning human resources policies with the agency’s mission, strategic ​goals, training, and performance outcomes. HCMT has four divisions: ​


​The Administrative Operations and Security Division 

The Administrative Operations and Security Division supports the NTSB’s facilities and building management program, including: security; property management; space management; facilities and equipment maintenance; mail services; and transportation.​

Acquisition and Lease Management Division

The Office of Administration Acquisition and Lease Management Division manages the NTSB acquisition program and provides best value business solutions to support the NTSB mission. The division awards and administers contracts and agreements; manages the NTSB Purchase Card Program; awards and manages real property leases for both NTSB Headquarters and Regional Offices; and provides customers essential acquisition guidance and training.

Human Resources Division

Human Resources Division is responsible for human capital planning and management, policy and program development, consulting and advisory services, and HR program assessment and evaluation. The division manages position management and classification; recruitment and staffing; labor and employee relations; benefits administration; and pay and leave administration. It ​also administers the employee assistance program; performance management and awards; workers compensation; time and attendance; and payroll processing services.​​​

​​​​Career Development and Training Division

Career Development and Training Division provides our employees with course selections and training opportunities to ensure they are equipped for the transportation and leadership challenges of the future.​​​​


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