The Morning Federal Newscast is a daily compilation of the stories you hear confirmed John Pistole by a voice vote. Soon after, the American Federation of Government Employees and the National Treasury Employees Union announced plans to petition him on collective bargaining rights for TSA screeners. Both unions are vying to become the exclusive representative for TSA. So far, Pistole hasn’t given his views on bargaining rights. No word on when he will be sworn in.
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Coming up today on The DorobekInsider:
* The Thrift Savings Plan is gearing up to offer a Roth option. When will it happen and is it good for you? We’ll talk to Tom Trabucco of the Federal Retirement Thirft Investment Board.
* And a status report on enterprise 2.0: where are we today. We’ll talk to the man who invented that term, MIT Prof. Andrew MaCafee.
* Also more on the new federal policy on Internet cookies with Ari Schwartz from the Center for Democracy and Technology.
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