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Fors Marsh Group Awarded DCPAS Recruitment and Marketing Contract

The Department of Defense (DoD) awarded a contract to Fors Marsh Group (FMG) to evaluate the knowledge and attitudes high-quality job applicants have toward DoD civilian job opportunities and associated recruitment and marketing efforts. In partnership with the Defense Civilian Personnel Advisory Service (DCPAS), FMG will develop an innovative research plan that will uncover key insights and provide concrete action to attract highly skilled candidates to apply to one of the largest and most diverse workforces in the world.

"FMG is proud to be selected by DCPAS to partner on this important work," said Dr. Brian Griepentrog, FMG’s Senior Vice President of Research. "With our experience researching effective employer brands, designing and implementing organizational hiring practices, and developing research-based strategic communication campaigns, we look forward to introducing the DoD to a new, highly skilled generation of Americans who seek to serve their country in a civilian capacity."

To learn more about FMG’s work and capabilities, visit our Capabilities page.

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Brian Griepentrog

Brian Griepentrog

Dr. Brian Griepentrog has over 19 years managing and executing public policy, human capital, and communication research for a variety of government, private sector, and academic clients such as CIA, CFPB, DOD, Facebook, FVAP and the VA. As the Senior Vice President of Research at FMG, Brian’s work focuses broadly on using advanced research techniques to model human decision making--be it a citizen, a consumer, or an employee--to make a positive social impact. His multidisciplinary teams are increasing voting access to overseas American citizens, improving customer service across the IRS, reducing youth tobacco use, and elevating the recruitment process of the U.S. Military.

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