SEA appreciates efforts to ensure the integrity a merit based civil service represented by this legislation’s moniker. However, this legislation is overly complex and has concerning provisions, therefore we urge members to carefully consider the legislation’s objectives and develop a new approach.
Our coalition is supportive of S. 1887, the Direct Hire of Students and Recent Graduates Act, recently introduced by Sen. James Lankford, Chairman of the HSGAC Subcommittee on Regulatory Affairs and Federal Management, and approved by the full Committee earlier this month.
SEA Writes House Oversight and Government Reform Committee on Legislation Considered at September 13 Markup
On behalf of the Senior Executives Association (SEA) – which represents the interests of career federal executives in the Senior Executive Service (SES), and those in Senior Level (SL), Scientific and Professional (ST), and equivalent positions – I write to offer perspective on the legislation being considered at the Committee’s September 13th markup.
On behalf of the Senior Executives Association (SEA) and its members, who are career federal executives in the Senior Executive Service (SES), and those in Senior Level (SL), Scientific and Professional (ST), and equivalent positions, including those serving at the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), I write in regret to convey our opposition to S. 1094.
SEA's Communities of Change have officially launched, with several kickoff meetings taking place in the near future. If you haven't done so already, sign up for your Community's meeting by clicking below. And if you missed your CoC's meeting, or if you don't see your CoC listed below, keep an eye out for announcements on the next meeting.
On behalf of the Federal-Postal Coalition, which represents five million federal and postal employees and retirees across the country, I urge you to reject proposals contained in the Administration’s fiscal year 2018 budget request that would adversely affect the postal and federal community.