Under new policy proposals from Department of Homeland Security, up to 15,000 federal employees will be hired as part of a plan to secure U.S. borders and crack down on illegal immigration.
President Trump has signed an executive order laying out a process that directs federal agencies to cut regulations.
In the midst of much news about a federal hiring freeze, it may come as a surprise to hear that two executive orders were issued by the White House calling for hiring 15,000 new federal employees.
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.
Contributions to the CFC have been going down each year since 2009. A new executive order seeks to reverse this by allowing retired federal employees to donate as well as allowing agencies to count federal employees’ time spent working for charity as a monetary donation.
President Obama has issued an executive order setting 2016 pay rates for federal employees.
A new executive order and guidance from OPM formally announced the extension of the pay freeze through the end of 2013.
The president has issued an executive order granting Monday, December 24th as a paid day off.
A new Executive Order signed by President Obama reemphasizes federal agencies’ obligations to promote a diverse workplace.