Politico tells you what to look for in the election and what it means for 2012. Also, the Economist reports that winning or losing an election is tied to the amount of porn you look at.
Federal News Radio’s senior correspondent Mike Causey joined the DorobekINSIDER to make sense of the post-election issues.
Will the big changes in Congress mean big changes for federal employees? Bill Bransford, general counsel for the Senior Executives Association, joins Mike Causey for this week’s Your Turn. November 3, 2010
Politico reports that most of the veterans who ran on the Republican ticket won in Tuesday’s midterm elections.
Federal News Radio’s dream team gives their assessment of what the elections mean for your job.
The best way to prepare for November’s presidential election is to avoid political distractions. Managers also should prepare a list of programs they wish to cut.
President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney contrasted their approaches in how they would reduce the federal deficit and how they defined what the role of the federal government is during a nationally televised debate Wednesday night.
Today, voters head to the polls hoping to elect people who share their vision of how government should operate. John Palguta, the vice-president for policy at the Partnership for Public Service, has been meeting with international leaders who told him the U.S. government’s operation serves as a good vision for their own countries. On the Federal Drive with Tom Temin, Palguta explained what the best federal management practices are and which governments want to emulate them.
The campaigning is done and the votes are in. Republicans will soon gain control of the Senate for the first time since 2007, and they’ve widened their lead in the House. So what can feds expect from their newly elected officials? Colleen Kelley, president of the National Treasury Employees Union, joined Tom Temin on the Federal Drive to share her perspective.
Mallory Barg Bulman, research director at the Partnership for Public Service, tells Federal Drive with Tom Temin, career federal managers can still make a difference no matter when the next election is scheduled.