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appointee

A person formally appointed to a post (e.g., a consultant), usually via an appointments committee.
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Plano DART appointee Paul Wageman voted in favor of the Cotton Belt project this month but questioned Wilkins' decision to twice put it before the board ahead of Dallas' vote on its appointees - and without a budget committee considering its financial implications.
Other recent work explains how presidents could match certain appointee background characteristics with specific positions (Hollibaugh, Horton, and Lewis 2014; Krause and O'Connell 2011; Lewis and Waterman 2013; Lewis 2011) with specific agencies (Parsneau 2013).
Trump's most recent appointees include Exxon CEO Rex Tillerson, a reclusive businessman without public-office experience and with (http://www.
The Senate's appointees are Stuart Hill of Searcy, vice president and treasurer of White County Medical Center, and Brenda James of Little Rock, a math coach in the Little Rock School District.
During this feeling-out stage, senators can have significant influence over the President's eventual choice, and GunVoters should already be pushing for pro-Second Amendment appointees.
A pro-Daley voting record isn't a good thing in the black community, so those appointees become more vulnerable during elections," he said.
This report provides brief background information and selected views on the role of some of these appointees and discusses selected appointments in the Obama Administration.
He said Republicans voted against confirming Albiani to protest Democrats' rejections of at least four other qualified appointees because of their political views.
He noted that she was speaking to political appointees, not civil servants.
When Jack Jennings created the Center on Education Policy (CEP) as a freestanding organization, he asked me, a clearly identified Republican who had been his nemesis on the Hill for six years and a presidential appointee in the administration of George H.
Helsley, an appointee of 3rd District county Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky, said Friday he is not a pilot, but does support private aviation.
What this means to me is that there is nothing wrong with political appointees who have the ability to do the job.