September 25, 2021

Primary Documents: “Presidential Transition Guide to Federal Human Resources Management Matters: Election Year 2016” (U.S. Office of Personnel Management)

From the U.S Office of Personnel Management (OPM):

The Office of the Executive Secretariat oversees Presidential Transition to ensure a smooth transition for both incoming and outgoing Administrations. OPM roles and responsibilities for Presidential Transition include conducting background investigations for lower-level positions and providing guidance to agencies as they prepare for thousands of departing/incoming political appointees; submitting a list of all presidential appointments to candidates after the conventions; collecting information for Plum Book; and submitting quarterly reports to Congress on requests by agencies to appoint political appointees or former political appointees to nonpolitical civil service positions.

Direct to Full Text: Presidential Transition Guide to Federal Human Resources Management Matters: Election Year 2016 (89 pages; PDF)

Presidential Transition Guide: Election Year 2016 by LJ's infoDOCKET on Scribd

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