"Because god forbid another pandemic comes our way in a few years."
The vast majority of recent survey respondents said “Politics has made it harder to learn the truth about COVID-19.”
He directed his administration to work on an executive order within his first 100 days.
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Pay & Benefits
"You're the ones running the show," Biden tells civil servants.
He also asked the agency to consider issuing emergency temporary standards.
The president also named Federal Labor Relations Authority Member Ernest DuBester to serve as the agency’s chairman.
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History shows that attorneys general who are picked by – and serve at the pleasure of – the president are not as independent as they may be expected to be.
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Eric Katz joins the podcast to discuss President Joe Biden's pick for the Homeland Security Department.
On his second day in office, President Joe Biden outlined a wide-ranging coronavirus response strategy, shifting toward a more national approach than the Trump administration's.
Transportation secretary nominee Pete Buttigieg, a former mayor, received a favorable hearing before the Senate committee considering his nomination.
The White House named Commissioner Andrew Saul among its list of “acting” agency officials, despite the fact that he has five years remaining in his term.
The five things you need to do before submitting your SF-86 security clearance application.
Employees are hopeful they will have better relationships with political appointees than existed under Trump.
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