"The Department of Homeland Security established the MaxHR Program to implement the human capital provisions of the Homeland Security Act of 2002. MaxHR is a collection of functions and systems centered on a core enterprise Human Resource Management System (HRMS). MaxHR is part of a broader 'One DHS' model where a collection of disparate and redundant systems across DHS are consolidated into enterprise-wide solutions. DHS has a strategic imperative to evaluate the implementation of MaxHR with a baseline measure completed by September 1, 2005. This evaluation will be accomplished with the assistance of a web-accessible Human Capital Dashboard, an analytical tool made available to DHS by the Corporate Leadership Council (CLC). CLC's services include hosting the computer server on which will reside proprietary CLC analytic software and data sets provided by DHS. When CLC's software is applied to the DHS data sets, the result is a graphic depiction of key indicators of DHS performance in the human capital area. CLC's software also provides multiple analytical tools capable of enabling DHS managers to explore data for more precise explanations of performance. CLC maintains the server in a secure facility and control access to the server and the data."
U.S. Department of Homeland Security: http://www.dhs.gov