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DOE Vet Bill Valdez Appointed President of Senior Executives Association; Barbara Pabotoy Comments

The Senior Executives Association has named Bill Valdez, a former director at the Energy Department and senior adviser at the Office of Science and Technology Policy, as president of the Washington-based nonprofit that represents many senior-level federal executives. Valdez joined SEA in 2000 and previously served as chair of the board of directors from …

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Commerce Dept Unveils 30 Appointees to Natl Advisory Council on Innovation & Entrepreneurship

The Commerce Department‘s National Advisory Council on Innovation and Entrepreneurship has selected 30 professionals from the commercial, nonprofit and academic sectors to serve as NACIE members. DOC said Monday the appointees will provide policy and program recommendations to help  U.S. communities, businesses and workers compete in the global marketplace. Each NACIE member will serve for a term of up …

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OMB Kicks Off Search for IT Category Mgmt Specialist

The Office of Management and Budget is looking for an information technology professional to support OMB’s category management efforts for approximately $50 billion in annual IT investments across the government. The chosen candidate will work with the General Services Administration as well as agency senior acquisition and IT officials to implement category management for IT …

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GAO Urges NNSA to Specify Los Alamos Plutonium Analysis Project Parameters

The Government Accountability Office has called on the Energy Department‘s National Nuclear Security Administration to specify the pit production-related parameter for NNSA’s plutonium analysis project at Los Alamos. GAO said Tuesday the NNSA identified the requirements for the revised Chemistry and Metallurgy Research Replacement project in order to obtain equipment …

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GAO: OPM Should Clarify Guidance on Supporting Documentation for Telework Costs, Benefits

The Government Accountability Office has called on the Office of Personnel Management to clarify guidance for agencies to develop supporting data for the costs and advantages of the government’s telework program. GAO said Monday sustained operations and reduced employee absences are among the benefits agencies get from telework programs and the costs …

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