In response to State Department officials dissenting President Trump’s executive order on immigration, White House press secretary Sean Spicer said those who oppose can quit if they’re unhappy.
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The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has set a new precedent for the federal workforce by upholding a ruling from the Merit Systems Protection Board (MSPB) wherein a State Department employee was punished for refusing to carry out an assignment that would have gone against federal rules.
Kevin Mallory, a 60-year-old former U.S. State Department and Central Intelligence Agency employee from Leesburg, VA, was charged Thursday with espionage.
This week marked the release of a new report drafted by ten State Department veterans representing “decades of experience in the State Department and National Security Council—some of them going back to the Eisenhower administration.”
Today, the Obama administration acknowledged the importance of federal employees while announcing the resettlement of the 10,000th Syrian refugee in the United States.
With the Director of National Intelligence James Clapper as their keynote, the Senior Executive Association (SEA) hosted the 30th annual Presidential Rank Awards Banquet last week, honoring the 2015 Presidential Rank Award winners.
Visa applicants who pose a potential terrorism risk will soon be asked to hand over social media profiles and handles from the last five years to the State Department.