These are the results of the Fedsmith.com poll conducted during the week of February 10th on whether the United States should attack Iraq.
The SEC may get an exemption from civil service hiring procedures.
The stocks funds continued to decline in January while bond funds turned up
Investigation of the Challenger accident became political theatre rather than a rational investigation designed to ferret out problems and their cause. The author urges President Bush to learn from that investigation and avoid them in investigating the Columbia tragedy.
The administration and key players in the House and Senate want to change the federal government’s HR system. It may happen this time.
The stock market has not been performing well for investors. For the first three weeks of January, the C fund has followed this trend as the S&P 500 Index is down about 4% for the month.
Members of the Public Company Oversight Accounting Board voted salaries for themselves of $452,000 and up. Congress may get involved in rollling them back
Pay for performance plan proposed for federal employees. It isn’t likely to survive when it comes up against the Washington establishment that resists controversial change.
An agency official was tripped up by an allegation of violation of Federal ethics rules and regulations.
The Transportation Security Administration awards two new contracts to run the HR function for the agency–one to a California state agency and one to a New York firm.