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FCW : November 30, 2012
BackStory 34 November 30, 2012 FCW.COM Sources: Plum Book and Presidential Transition Guide to Federal Human Resources Management Short notice Filling the gaps How many musical chairs? A second term under President Barack Obama will not see the wholesale churn that a new administration produces, but thousands of jobs are still subject to political change: 1,000+ presidential appointments made with the advice and consent of the Senate 300+ presidential appointments that do not require Senate con rmation 1,500+ Schedule C positions agencies can ll without competition 3,700+ Senior Executive Service positions that are open to non-career appointment Vacant political positions that require con rmation can be lled in an acting capacity by: • The " rst assistant" to the vacant of ce (generally the top deputy to the position). • Another already--con rmed appointee, from that agency or elsewhere, designated by the president. • Certain senior agency employees designated by the president. Non-career SES appointees can be removed at any time, but they must be given 1 day s advance written notice. Career SES ap- pointees can be reassigned with 15 days advance written notice (60 days if the reassignment is outside the commuting area). Career SES ap- pointees cannot be involuntarily reassigned until a new agency leader or non-career su- pervisor has been on the job for 120 days.
November 15, 2012