Executives not impressed with Obama's picks

President Barack Obama's appointees aren't generating much excitement among federal executives, reports Government Executive. Respondents to a survey gave Obama's picks lower marks than those of the previous two administrations. 

Members of the Senior Executive Service and GS-15s surveyed gave President Barack Obama's appointees an average score of 2.0 — a “C”— compared with the 2.3 score earned by appointees in the administrations of Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush, the article said.

 

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