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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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While presidents might define performance as a function of agency or appointee responsiveness to presidential goals, "for members of Congress, clients of the agency, or other interested parties, the definition of good performance is likely to differ.
Royce West, D-Dallas, voted to confirm all three appointees, but he told fellow senators he would like to see more African-American appointees in the future.
The House appointees are Mitch Berry of Little Rock, an attorney at Dyke & Winzerling PLC, and Stephen Tipton of Cabot, regional vice president of Centennial Bank.
This executive order contemplates enforcement of the aforementioned pledges, made by appointees, through judicial civil proceedings, a lobbying ban, and payment of fines for a breach or attempted breach of the pledge.
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.
I went to work for a political appointee, Sargent Shriver, who turned out to be a great leader of the Peace Corps.
That's also the office headed by Bush appointee Scott Bloch, who came under fire in February 2004 after he scrubbed all references to sexual orientation-based discrimination from the OSC's Web site.
By the end of the year, the seat of Democratic appointee Ed Gramlich becomes available.
In January 1995 a certain political appointee was told that he needed to go somewhere and find out about this thing called "defense systems acquisition.
The authors say the findings bolster the claims of the Volcker Commission and others that federal programs can suffer under appointee management, and support a more robust discussion of the proper role and number of political appointees in the federal government.
All appointees must reside in the territorial jurisdiction served by the INC on which the appointee will serve and comply with state financial disclosure laws.