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Thank you for the opportunity to testify today regarding the Office of Personnel Management's (OPM) efforts to transform Federal hiring. OPM has been working with the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and Federal agencies for almost two years to reform the Government's recruitment and hiring systems. We are excited about what we have already accomplished and our plans for the future. Before I describe our overall approach to Federal hiring reform, I would like to begin with a word about the President's Veterans' Employment Initiative. OPM believes that improving the recruitment and employment of veterans ... market research, surveys and trends
Criminal Activities By Federal Bureaucrats Pertaining To Wolf ...
Editor’s Note: What follows below is essentially the text of what Jim Beers addressed an audience in Bozeman, Montana on May 16, 2010 about concerning criminal activities that surrounded the introduction of gray wolves into the Greater Yellowstone Area, and perhaps others. According to the author, the criminal activities occurred in efforts leading up to and the ultimate release of wolves and the ongoing actions to protect everyone and everything involved including the wolves themselves. The expose is long and broken into three segments. Segment one deals with Jim Beers resume and qualifications, including personal ... market research, surveys and trends


Dr. Gill Greer's speech at the UN General Assembly informal ...
Ambassador Staur, Ambassador Badji, I would like to begin by thanking you, and your colleagues, for this opportunity to speak with you, with members of delegations, UN agencies and members of civil society on this important occasion in the lead up to the 2010 MDG Review and Summit. The MDGs have been described as ‘the world's biggest promise’, and I have the privilege of representing civil society, which plays an invaluable and diverse role in  delivering that promise, across the globe, although I cannot speak for them all. In particular, I have the privilege to represent 148 indigenous, Non-Governmental ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Poll Shows Amendment 46 Support At 53 Percent In Colorado ...
A new CBS4/Rocky Mountain News poll finds 53 percent of registered voters in Colorado support Amendment 46, which would essentially end affirmative action in the state by prohibiting governments from granting preferential treatment to anyone based on sex, race or ethnicity in public education, employment or contracting. Forty percent of those polled from Oct. 21 to Oct. 23 said they were opposed to the amendment. Seven percent said they didn't know or refused to answer the question. Among those polled, 35 percent said they would definitely vote yes. Thirty percent said they would definitely vote no. Opponents of Amendment ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Currencies: Race to the Bottom, 2.0
Risk aversion is clearly the theme this morning in the markets as heightened fears of economic slowdown are weighing heavily on world markets. While economic data as of late hasn’t been horrible, it is the constant fear-mongering from government and banking types that keep the markets on edge. Case in point: Some British policy-maker (who I’ve never heard of before) came out and stated that the UK faces a “real risk” of a second recession. Really? Any more so than any other region around the globe? Or is this a case of someone, somewhere that wants to see a lower pound to encourage exports? ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
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Deng Xiaoping probably would never have anticipated how quickly parts of China have fulfilled his words of "To be rich is glorious" yet he would be extremely concerned to see that the Chinese population policies and practices as well as the engine of capitalism appears to be creating a Marxian nightmare of bourgeois and proletariat. How can the incredible economic growth in China also lead to concerns about its political instability? In the last three decades, China has raced to become the world's second largest economy yet questions about its political stability have arisen due to population trends and the high ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


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share of women in paid employment outside the agricultural sector has increased only marginally ..... Ensuring that the opportunity is not lost again in 2015 will require ...... at the UN General Assembly Special Session on HIV/AIDS of ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Employment Opportunities with the United Nations and Other ...
This Fact Sheet is intended to answer questions concerning employment opportunities and procedures relevant to the United Nations (UN), its affiliated agencies, and other international organizations (IOs). The U.S Government encourages qualified U.S. citizens to consider such employment. The U.S. Department of State provides information to and assists Americans interested in these opportunities. While gaining a rewarding work experience, international civil servants also impart to their chosen organizations their high work standards and dedication to the needs of the world community. The Secretariats of the UN and its affiliated ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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As member of the IHDP science management team, the Academic Officer shall support the development, maintenance and implementation of the Science Management unit strategy including capacity development and science-policy-dialogue. The successful candidate will act as key liaison person for selected IHDP research projects, to serve as information hub between the projects, the IHDP Secretariat and the IHDP Scientific Committee, and to assist in project development, implementation and synthesis. IHDP_WWR_AcademicOfficer_20100525.pdf Closing date: 2010.05.25 As member of the IHDP science management team, the Academic Officer shall ...
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If there is a world-wide depression, which is beyond repair by any one nation, then maybe the United Nations and the like, such as World Bank and IMF, etc. should be utilised to lead reforms. After all, the first two world wars were the result of the two great depressions. Globalisation only made the playing field bigger and now incorporate more nations, especially the fast developing countries. If this great depression is not handled well, we know what is going to happen in 30 to 40 years. Or maybe sooner. So, the United Nations must play its role in securing world peace. There is no time more important than now. Thank you, Mr. ...