GovExec Daily: Paying Feds More to Fix the Civil Service
Dr. James L. Perry joins the podcast to discuss how compensation reform should be a top priority for the Biden administration.
In the first week of his administration, President Joe Biden used executive actions to empower the civil service and federal employees. He has not, however, addressed what some experts suggests should be a higher priority: pay reform for feds.
Dr. James L. Perry is Distinguished Professor Emeritus in the Paul H. O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University, Bloomington. From 2012 through 2017 he was editor in chief of Public Administration Review. He is editor of Public Service and Good Governance for the Twenty-first Century and author of Managing Organizations to Sustain Passion for Public Service. He recently contributed a post to GovExec headlined "Fixing Federal Compensation Should Be Civil Service Reform Priority No. 1.” He joined the podcast to discuss compensation reform and how to fix the civil service.
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