WASHINGTON, DC – The Senior Executives Association (SEA) released the following statement regarding the U.S. Office of Personnel Management’s (OPM) announcement today of new hiring authorities intended to allow for a faster, more efficient recruitment and onboarding process for in-demand positions, including STEM, cybersecurity, and IT-related workforce needs.
Washington, D.C. – The Senior Executives Association (SEA) issued the below statement following today’s release of a bipartisan letter sent to GSA Administrator Emily Murphy and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin by Senators Mark Warner (D-VA) and Tim Kaine (D-VA). The letter is in response to the recent revelation that, “as a result of changes in the tax code” made pursuant to the recent tax reform legislation, many federal employees have faced unexpected and potentially ruinous tax bills.
WASHINGTON, DC – The Senior Executives Association (SEA) Board of Directors has approved a Position Statement on Sexual Harassment Prevention that highlights the importance of senior leadership taking immediate steps to address all allegations of sexual harassment and developing government-wide policies that ensure accountability standards are consistent and transparent.
WASHINGTON, DC - The Senior Executives Association (SEA) and the Federal Executive Institute Alumni Association (FEIAA) today announced that they have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to work together on projects to achieve the organizations’ shared goals of equipping the federal workforce with the tools and knowledge it needs to carry out its mission, and of working to implement best practices that make our government more efficient, effective, and competitive.
SEA, The Volcker Alliance, Partnership for Public Service Release Joint Agenda to Strengthen the Senior Executive Service
WASHINGTON – The Partnership for Public Service, the Volcker Alliance and the Senior Executives Association, a trio of organizations dedicated to strengthening our government’s leadership capabilities, have come together to advance a joint Senior Executive Service policy agenda. The agenda offers a set of solutions designed to strengthen the SES through actions by both Congress and individual federal agencies, including the Office of Personnel Management and the Office of Management and Budget.
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