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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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Ambassadorships offer both substantive and practical advantages for studying the connection between presidential personnel choices and agency performance: (1) though highly visible in presidential politics and foreign policy, we know little systematically about ambassadors and embassy performance; (2) both appointees and careerists fill these positions in comparable bureaucratic contexts; and (3) the availability of comparable measures of performance across contexts avoids some limitations of earlier measures.
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.
Another political appointee who was removed by the government after it waited for a month to receive the resignation was Javed Shroff, the chairman of the Maulana Azad Minority Financial Development Corporation.
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.
Pauline Raven s proposal to leave one seat vacant so as to find someone from the east or changing one of the appointees in favour of an aviator from the eastern end of the county was rejected.
Douglas, the last Roosevelt appointee on the Court.
A pro-Daley voting record isn't a good thing in the black community, so those appointees become more vulnerable during elections," he said.
It will be expanded to include political appointees working across the executive branch and in all agencies.
It sets out general issues and specific questions that appointees for the various cabinets should be required to express an opinion about as part of the Senate vetting process.
Upon taking office, the president also signed an executive order aimed at limiting outside influences on political appointees and reducing the role of lobbyists.
What policies and procedures are in place for term appointees to challenge NASA decisions regarding non conversion of their appointments?
Gates has asked most Bush Administration political appointees except those targeted for dismissal to stay on in the Pentagon until replaced by the Obama Administration in the coming months, The Washington Times reported.