The author analyzes the details of the recently announced hiring freeze and also presents some additional questions that he says Trump’s Presidential Memorandum raises.
The Associated Press has reported that the Trump administration has ordered a temporary “media blackout” at the Environmental Protection Agency. The White House has denied these claims.
President Trump’s decision to freeze federal hiring has generated quite a buzz among the federal community. Here is a summary of what is being said about it.
President Trump has announced a federal hiring freeze as a first step in a plan to reduce the size of the federal workforce. The White House memo offers details on how the freeze will work.
The Inaugural address provides clues as to how the Trump administration may view federal employee pay and benefits.
President Trump has issued an executive order to freeze federal hiring in an effort to make good on one of his campaign promises to reduce the size of the federal workforce.
The White House has instructed federal agencies to cease issuing regulations until they can be reviewed and approved by the Trump administration.
OPM has issued guidance to allow appointing Trump administration nominees to start working while awaiting Senate confirmation.