Senior Executive Service Bonus Program: Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Civil Service, Post Office, and General Services of the Committee on Governmental Affairs, United States Senate, First Session, April 27, 1981
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Governmental Affairs. Subcommittee on Civil Service, Post Office, and General Services
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1981 - Executives - 141 pages
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Page 11 - The search for a Director for the Division of Heart and Vascular Diseases, National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, which lasted 18 months, eventually ended with the selection of an individual from within the Department. The position had been offered to several highly qualified outside candidates, all declined when the salary and benefits package was fully explained.
Page 131 - The Civil Service Reform Act of 1978 states that SES was created to —provide for a compensation system designed to attract and retain highly competent senior executives and —insure that compensation, retention, and tenure are contingent on executive success which is measured on the basis of individual and organization performance. Failure of the Congress to insure
Page 68 - that implement the Congressional policy that preference shall be given to preference eligibles in certification for appointment, and in appointment, reinstatement, reemployment and retention in the excepted service in Executive agencies, permanent or temporary, and in the Government of the District of Columbia. " (2) by renumbering "2" to "3
Page 70 - to an appointment required by Congress to be confirmed by, or made with the advice and consent of, the Senate. Sec. 6. Subchapter I of Chapter 35 of title 5, United States Code,
Page 63 - action with respect to disabled veterans in order to achieve the purpose of this Section." .Agencies have never fully implemented this program as evidenced by recent figures for hires under the 30 percent Disabled Veterans special hiring programs, wherein for the period October
Page 66 - in appointment and retention in the competitive and excepted service;" (2) amending Sec. 1104(b)(2) to read as follows: "(2) The Office shall establish and maintain an oversight program to ensure that activities under any authority be delegated under subsection (a) of this section are in accordance with the merit system principles, the
Page 135 - RECOMMENDATIONS TO THE CONGRESS We recommend that the Congress improve the pay-setting process for Federal executives by: —Allowing the annual adjustments for executives under Public Law 94-82 to take effect. —Discontinuing the practice of linking congressional and Executive Level II salaries. —Allowing SES performance and rank awards to take effect without further restrictions on payments. We
Page 111 - Director, Office of Management and Budget; the Director, Office of Personnel Management; and other interested parties. Comptroller General of the United States COMPTROLLER GENERAL'S
Page 67 - Merit Systems Protection Board or the Special Counsel is primarily responsible, shall enforce regulations for the administration of the provisions of this title that implement the Congressional policy that preference shall be given to preference eligibles in certification for appointment, and in appointment, reinstatement, reemployment and retention in the excepted service in Executive agencies, permanent or temporary, and in the Government of the District of