Citations with the tag: U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Senior Executive Service
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- The American Senior Executive Service and the British Mandrinate.
Frederickson, George // PA Times; Feb2004, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p11
Reports that Scotty Campbell, principal architect of the President Carter era Civil Service Reform Act has admired the British higher civil service. Adaptation of the logic of the British higher civil service; Features of the Senior Executive System; Changes affecting the American Senior...
- AAFEA AND BIG.
Phillips, Bruce E. // U.S. Black Engineer & Information Technology; Dec2005/Jan2006, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p57
The article presents information on the roles played by the African American Federal Executives Association (AAFEA) and Blacks in Government (BIG) in speaking up for African Americans in the U.S. government. According to the AAFEA, even though the U.S. Senior Executive Service (SES) managers are...
- SENIOR EXECUTIVE SERVICE PROVIDES GOVERNMENT LEADERSHIP.
Phillips, Bruce E. // U.S. Black Engineer & Information Technology; Dec2005/Jan2006, Vol. 29 Issue 4, p60
The article presents information on the leadership opportunities available in the U.S. Senior Executive Service (SES). Members of the SES are senior executives just below the government's top political appointees in all agencies of' the federal government. Hughes Turner is the deputy associate...
- The Right Path.
Stier, Max // Government Executive; Nov2009, Vol. 41 Issue 13, p62
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- Senior Executive Service: Diversity Increased in the Past Decade: GAO-01-377.
Stier, Max // GAO Reports; 3/16/2001, p1
This report analyzes the gender and racial/ethnic diversity in the career Senior Executive Service (SES) governmentwide. GAO examines (1) whether the composition of the career SES changed during the 10-year period ending in fiscal year 1999 to include more minorities and women, (2) what...
- Is the Senior Executive Service Viable?
Ferris, Frank D. // Public Personnel Management; Fall89, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p355
Examines the political history and structure of the Senior Executive Service in the U.S. Management of the executives of the federal government; Enhancement of decentralization; Provision of reward to individual performance.
- Senior Executive Service: Retirement Trends Underscore the Importance of Succession Planning: GGD-00-113BR.
Ferris, Frank D. // GAO Reports; 5/12/2000, p1
The federal government, as a whole, may need to replace a substantial number of career members of the Senior Executive Service (SES) who will become eligible to retire between September 1999 and September 2005. GAO's analysis of a group of nearly 6,000 career SES members showed that 71 percent...
- Executive Order 13420--Adjustments of Certain Rates of Pay.
Ferris, Frank D. // Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents; 12/25/2006, Vol. 42 Issue 51, p2200
The article presents the Executive Order 13420 for the Adjustments of Certain Rates of Pay issued by U.S. President George W. Bush on December 21, 2006. Schedules for the rates of basic pay or salaries of the statutory pay systems are listed. The ranges of rates of basic pay for senior...
- Rubber Paybands.
Ferris, Frank D. // Government Executive; 12/01/2005, Vol. 37 Issue 21, p12
The article reports that the Air Force and Navy have layered a "tier" system on top of their Senior Executive Service payband. Three tiers are based on an employee's placement within the organization, the scope of duties, level of leadership and mission criticality. According to Pentagon...
- EPA Eyes Shake-Up Of Key Personnel.
Cherry, Sheila R. // Insight on the News; 3/11/2002, Vol. 18 Issue 9, p20
Reports on the planned major personnel reform in the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Details of the planned reorganization; Information on a report of the Office of Personnel Management on senior executives in the EPA; Discussion on the Senior Executive Service.
- Home Office.
Ackerman, Spencer // New Republic; 8/19/2002-8/26/2002, Vol. 227 Issue 8/9, p10
Comments on the plan to exempt the U.S. Department of Homeland Security from the statutory requirements governing civil service. Factor critical in appointing officials to the Senior Executive Service (SES); Way in which jobs in the federal bureaucracy were filled before 1978; Reason for...
- Mixing It Up.
Rosenberg, Alyssa // Government Executive; 3/1/2008, Vol. 40 Issue 3, p22
The article presents information on Republican Danny Davis of Illinois, who has demanded equal opportunity in the Senior Executive Service (SES). Davis, who chairs the U.S. House Oversight and Government Reform Committee's Federal Workforce Subcommittee, believes that the federal government...
- Room at the Top.
Rosenberg, Alyssa // National Journal; 3/29/2008, Vol. 40 Issue 13, p20
The article focuses on the inequality within the leadership positions in the U.S. government. Representative Danny Davis notes that the people in the top positions, majority of which are male Caucasians, confine the range of experiences related to policy judgements and hinder the ambitions of...
- Human Capital: GAO-08-609T.
Rosenberg, Alyssa // GAO Reports; 4/3/2008, p1
A diverse Senior Executive Service (SES), which generally represents the most experienced segment of the federal workforce, can be an organizational strength by bringing a wider variety of perspectives and approaches to policy development and decision making. In January 2003, GAO provided data...
- INVESTIGATING THE "GLASS CEILING" PHENOMENON: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY OF ACTUAL PROMOTIONS TO TOP MANAGEMENT.
Powell, Gary N.; Butterfield, D. Anthony // Academy of Management Journal; Feb1994, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p68
Although a "glass ceiling" is said to keep women from the top management levels of organizations, no research has investigated actual decisions about promotions to such positions. This study examined promotion decisions for U.S. federal government Senior Executive Service positions in a...