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Emotional Moment

This is the first time I have ever heard of federal employees, including senior leadership defying the edicts of the incoming administration. Highly unusual. People in this country should be paying serious attention to this. Continue reading

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What Can I Do? What Can You Do?

Originally posted on From My Standpoint:
I visited my former agency and all seemed quiet.  I wondered what happened to the high energy.  What happened to the laughter and hum of conversations?  Is there anything I can do to help?…

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Something Concrete

For this election season, I’ve been watching and waiting for either party’s documented views on the federal government, agencies and employees.  We have the first concrete view.  The Republic Party has released its 2016 Platform. According to Government Executive, “The Republican … Continue reading

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Wise Words for Today

“Just as it’s possible to bankrupt a successful company with poor management and lack of investment, its possible to take a government that is admired and envied throughout much of the world and – through neglect and ignorance – make … Continue reading

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Federal Internships -Apply Soon

Here’s a quick update on internship opportunities in the Federal Government nationwide. A few are still available. The window is closing quickly so if you know someone who is still looking for an internship, please pass this along. From a search on … Continue reading

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Scholarship for Feds and their families

“FEEA’s 2016-17 scholarship contest is now open. The program is open to civilian federal and postal employees, their spouses, and college-age children. Students must be in a degree-granting program at an accredited college or university and must also have a cumulative … Continue reading

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Not Another Happy New Year Message!

I know you may be tired of getting these “Happy New Year” messages.  I’m not though.  I happen to like going into another year.  Its another chance to get things right. After all the federal government is funded through the … Continue reading

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