CEC has worked diligently for the adaption of change in significant issues across the government. Some of those recommendations are now in law and regulation:
- issuance of new performance management regulations that provide more flexibility for agencies trying to design performance management programs that work,
- Granting of buyout authorities and development of priority placement programs to lessen the effect of downsizing and reshaping,
- Increased recognition of the value and skills of federal executives, managers, and professionals through the greater delegations of authority and responsibility.
- Establishing a legal and regulatory basis to require agencies to establish consultative relationships with career executive, managerial and professional associations, providing agencies the option of providing support to these groups if they wish.
CEC: A Valuable Resource
The CEC associations represent close to 600,000 public employees. Individuals appointed by their associations meet to share information and to propose and take actions. Much of the CEC's work is done by committees that employ the experience and expertise of their members to study issues and prepare reports with findings and recommendations. Reports are furnished to member organizations, to the White House, the Congress, the Office of Management and Budget, the Office of Personal Management and other decision makers and interested parties.
With the introduction of the Administration's President's Management Agenda, our associations will fulfil a significant and substantial role in advising the Administration and the Congress on both the content and implementation of the Agenda. As always, CEC will work to contribute to the development of the required strategic plans and the achievement of the planned objectives while maintaining the integrity of our Principles of Government Reform.
As changes in legislation, organization and processes of government and the management of human capital evolve, CEC will remain committed to contributing the expertise and leadership of its members and their organizations to the goal of achieving a government that is efficient, effective and works better for all Americans. Change that leads to improvement is our common goal.
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- American Society for Public Administration
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- Blacks in Government
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- Council of Federal EEO & Civil Rights Executives
- Council of Former Federal Executives
- Executive Networking Forum
- Executive Women in Government
- Federal Administrative Law Judges Conference
- Federal Bar Association
- Federal Executive Institute Alumni Association
- Federal Criminal Investigators Association
- Federal Managers Association
- Federal Physicians Association
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- Forum of U.S. Administrative Law Judges
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- National Academy of Public Administration
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