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- COULD APPOINTEE VACANCIES AID TOP CAREER FEDERAL EMPLOYEES? - January 16, 2018
- Trump’s disruption of government could aid top federal employees, survey saysBy Joe Davidson, Washington PostTodd V. Wells, executive director of the Federal Managers Association, said “while some career staff may view the leadership vacancies as an opportunity to assert themselves, without political cover and support, there is little reward and much risk should they be found to have exceeded their authority.”Chronic budget uncertainty and workforce management issues, not necessarily related to appointees, remain major problems for agency managers, with the report citing “government workforce policies and practices mired in the past.”To read more, please click here.