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Few would argue that the Federal Government’s Senior Executive Service (SES) is a critical part of our system of governance, serving as the link between the deciding and the doing of the public’s business.
SEA President Bill Valdez joined SEA Board Members Lisa Thomas and Glenn Costie at the American College of Health Executives (ACHE) Annual Meeting in Chicago to discuss how SEA is advocating for career Senior Executives at a time when Congress is developing proposals that undermine basic protections for senior leaders, particularly those at the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).
The Supreme Court on Tuesday made it more difficult for the president to quickly fill vacant top government jobs in a case centered on the appointment powers of the executive.
The White House’s announcement that the fiscal 2018 budget would boost Defense spending by $54 billion is a campaign promise kept, according to administration officials.
Federal employees across the country are developing new vaccines, working to end homelessness, and serving the American people in countless other ways.
Whether tasked with the resources of the Department of Defense or guarding the safety of the nation’s transportation infrastructure, agency investigators have a big problem: Data.
On March 13, the President issued an Executive Order unlike any most of us have seen in our time in or around government.