How do federal employees rate the president’s job performance? These are the results from our recent survey.
The President issued an Executive Order that calls for a expanding negotiations between Agencies and their unions.
Here is the text of a letter from President Obama to the Speaker of the House and the President of the Senate transmitting an alternative plan for pay increases for civilian Federal employees covered by the General Schedule (GS) and certain other pay systems in January 2010.
A draft of the proposed Executive Order on the administration’s vision of Federal labor relations has surfaced. There is a striking similarity to President Clinton’s E.O. 12871. There are also striking differences. The Author offers a side by side comparison and looks at how this new Order might play out.
Federal pay for performance systems have run into opposition and mixed reviews. This article considers awards, cost of administering the programs, inflated ratings, and distinguishing between the pay-banding aspects of pay for performance and the appraisal processes upon which they rely.
President Barack Obama delivered this address in Washington, DC today, January 20, 2009.
President-elect Obama has selected Nancy Killefer as the government’s “Chief Performance Officer.”
This is the second part of changes that Senator Barack Obama says will occur in agencies under his administration. In letters to AFGE’s National President, the future president outlines priorities for major departments during his term of office.
What changes will federal employees see in agencies under an Obama administration? In letters to AFGE’s National President, the future president outlines priorities for major departments during his term of office.
For the first time in our survey of this year’s presidential election, Barack Obama moves ahead of John McCain in reader preference. Here is a quick summary along with the reasons underlying readers’ preferences.