About the Political Appointee Project

 

Since its inception in 2012, the Political Appointee Project has served as a valuable resource to those with a vested interest in the Presidential appointment process. With regards to the Political Appointee website, NAPA aims to identify the most important politically appointed positions in government, retain up to date information about the most recent political appointees, serve as a repository of profiles of key management positions in government, and provide insights to new political executives on the challenge of managing in government. This website is a byproduct of NAPA’s longstanding relationship with the Ernst and Young Initiative on Leadership and is also a component of NAPA’s larger Presidential Transition 2016 initiative.

WHITE HOUSE STEPS UP EFFORT TO CONFIRM FEDERAL JUDGES With the possibility that Republicans could take the Senate in November, the White House and Senate Democrats are working swiftly to confirm judges to the federal courts in an effort to leave a lasting liberal imprint on the judiciary. Click here to read this article from the New York Times (4/29/14).

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By Joseph Gurney, Paul R. Lawrence, and Mark Abramson We are now nearing Inauguration Day and the arrival of the next generation of political appointees to...
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