Internal Resource Management

Identifies, prioritizes, and manages resources (e.g., people, systems, space, budgets, contracts) to foster productivity and deliver solutions.

Key Behaviors
  • Articulates the functions and objectives of the organization and the relationship between own office and the larger organization.
  • Applies knowledge of organization to define requirements and acquire resources.
  • Develops realistic and manageable budgets based on organizational goals, objectives, and priorities.
  • Tracks and evaluates organizational budget, inventory, space, purchasing and personnel activities.
  • Optimizes processes by coordinating interactions across the organization.
  • Builds and leverages networks to work across the organization and achieve results.
  • Prepares and administers contracts and monitors contract performance.

Developmental opportunities for this competency are available from the NIH Training Center.

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