Charles S. Clark

Senior Correspondent Charlie Clark joined Government Executive in the fall of 2009. He has been on staff at The Washington Post, Congressional Quarterly, National Journal, Time-Life Books, Tax Analysts, the Association of Governing Boards of Universities and Colleges, and the National Center on Education and the Economy. He has written or edited online news, daily news stories, long features, wire copy, magazines, books and organizational media strategies.
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OPM Responds to Zika Virus by Streamlining Agency Hiring

March 4, 2016 With the Zika viris continuing to spread from Central and Latin America, the Office of Personnel Management on Friday announced it is allowing streamlined hiring of specialists at the Health and Human Services and State departments, as well as at the U.S. Agency for International Development. As part of the...

House Panel Moves Property Management Bills While Jabbing GSA

March 3, 2016 The Obama administration’s longtime “reduce the federal footprint” effort to sell off excess properties came under fire at a House panel on Tuesday, followed a day later by committee approval of two bipartisan bills aimed at accelerating the process run by the General Services Administration. The Transportation and Infrastructure Committee...

SBA Reports Record-High Contracting for Women-Owned Firms

March 2, 2016 For the first time in 20 years of trying, federal agencies met their mandatory goal of steering small business contracts to women-owned firms, the Small Business Administration announced on Wednesday. “What we were able to achieve was because of that big lift across the country,” Administrator Maria Contreras-Sweet told a...

IRS Chief, First EPA Head Awarded Public Service Prize

March 2, 2016 One is a living hero from the Watergate scandal who in 1970 became the first administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency. The other is a veteran of the 1990s Office of Management and Budget who is under constant political fire as the current commissioner of the Internal Revenue Service. Both...

Lawmaker's Latest Plan for FTC Headquarters: Move to Commerce Building for a 'Better View'

March 2, 2016 For half a decade, a Florida House member has pressed to convert the Federal Trade Commission’s headquarters on Washington’s Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest into new exhibit space for the nearby National Gallery of Art. That quest—long resisted by FTC commissioners from both parties--took a new turn on Tuesday when Rep. John...

Intel Community Ups Fees for Newly Declassified Documents

March 1, 2016 Researchers seeking newly declassified intelligence community documents will pay higher fees beginning in late April, according to a direct final rule published Friday by the Office of the Director of National Intelligence. Under the Mandatory Declassification Review provisions of 2009 presidential Executive Order 13526, agencies must respond to the public’s...

Contractors Group Picks Ex-Pentagon Logistics Exec as Chief

March 1, 2016 The 400-member Professional Services Council on Tuesday announced that it has selected David Berteau, onetime assistant secretary of Defense for logistics and materiel readiness, as its new president. Effective March 28, Berteau will replace Stan Soloway, another Pentagon veteran who left the contractors group in December after 15 years to...

House Approves Bill to Smooth Presidential Transition

March 1, 2016 A bipartisan bill intended to take the politics out of presidential transitions was given approval by the House on Monday night by voice vote. The Edward “Ted” Kaufman and Michael Leavitt Presidential Transitions Improvements Act (S 1172), which cleared the Senate last July, aims to help future presidential candidates navigate...

OMB Prepares to Ratchet Up Enterprise Risk Management

February 29, 2016 For more than a year, the Office of Management and Budget has been readying an update of the seminal Circular A-123, which provides guidance on agency internal financial controls. Expected in April, the new version will likely impose new requirements that agencies formalize the discipline known as enterprise risk management....

The National Archives' Unique Role in Resolving the Clinton Email Case

February 29, 2016 With the State Department set to release the final batch of Hillary Clinton emails on Monday, the agency charged with enforcing federal records management policy is continuing its own probe of the matter. The National Archives and Records Administration included Clinton’s case on its annual listing of “alleged unauthorized disposition...

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