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    President BidenJoe BidenTikTok users spread conspiracy that Texas snow was manufactured by the government The problem with a one-size-fits-all federal minimum wage hike Throwing money at Central America will not curb illegal migration MORE on Tuesday announced his nominee to lead the Office of Personnel Management, the agency that oversees the government's civilian workforce and that was a frequent source of controversy during the Trump administration. Biden will nominate Kiran Ahuja as director of the agency. Ahuja previously served as chief of staff at OPM during the Obama administration from 2015 to 2017. Ahuja also worked in the Obama White House as executive director of the Initiative on Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders, doing outreach to those groups.  She currently serves as the CEO of Philanthropy Northwest. Prior to working in government, she served as the head of the advocacy group National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum. Ahuja will require Senate confirmation before taking on...
    SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — A top human resources employee for New Mexico's governor has stepped down after more than two years in the position to take a new role with President Joe Biden's administration. Pam Coleman, who was appointed to serve as director of the state personnel office in January 2019 under Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham, will now transition into a top-ranking job with the U.S. Office of Management and Budget. Coleman will serve as head of the federal budget office’s office of performance and personnel management, according to The Washington Post. Coleman, 55, said in her Jan. 27 resignation letter that she would take a “mutual passion for public service” to the Biden administration, The Albuquerque Journal reported. Coleman previously worked in Washington D.C. for former President Barack Obama’s administration before being called to New Mexico. In New Mexico, Coleman worked to undo a state government human resources...
    The Detroit Lions are reportedly bringing in John Dorsey. According to Tom Pelissero, the Lions are expected to add Dorsey as a senior personnel executive to help round out GM Brad Homles’ front office staff. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) The #Lions are expected to add former #Chiefs and #Browns GM John Dorsey as a senior personnel executive, per sources. One of the NFL’s best evaluators adds experience to the front office of first-time GM Brad Holmes. — Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) January 24, 2021 I’m kind of iffy on this move. Obviously, Dorsey isn’t actually calling the shots, but it sounds like a pretty damn senior role. When Dorsey was the general manager of the Chiefs, he did a great job building the foundation that we see rolling right now in Kansas City. So, the man clearly has had some successes in...
    Getty Nick Caserio Unless you’re a hardcore New England Patriots fan, you might not be familiar with Nick Caserio’s name. If you’re a Houston Texans fan, you might be getting to know him very well over the next few months. Caserio is the Patriots’ current Director of Player Personnel. He has been with the organization for the last 18 years in a number of different capacities which began when he was an offensive coaching assistant in 2002. On Tuesday, Caserio interviewed for the Texans’ general manager job and based on several reports, the meeting went very well. Patriots executive Nick Caserio's in-person interview with Texans went extremely well, according to league sources, in strong bid to potentially land the GM job. Nothing is done or imminent. Texans have other interviews scheduled. Caserio also interviewed with Panthers today — Aaron Wilson (@AaronWilson_NFL) January 6, 2021 From @mortreport and...
    A 25-year employee of the Suffolk County Sheriff's Office has died from complications from COVID-19. Investigator Sgt. Keith Allison, 52, of Brentwood, died on Thursday, Dec. 17, after being hospitalized last week, said Sgt. Paul Spinella of the Suffolk County Sheriff's Office. Allison, who would have turned 53-years-old next week, began his career with the department in 1995 and celebrated his 25th year of service this past February.  After a short period of time as a correction officer at the Riverhead Correctional Facility, Allison began working for the Personnel Investigations Bureau, conducting background investigations and interviews for new employees, both uniformed and civilian, Spinella said.  He later became the Commanding Officer of the Personnel Investigations Bureau and was promoted to Investigator Sergeant in 2018.  Because of his long tenure with the Personnel Investigations Bureau, Allison helped many of the current Sheriff’s Office employees through the hiring process.  "He will be missed by all," the department said. Allison...
    SUFFOLK COUNTY, Long Island (WABC) -- The Suffolk County Sheriff's Office announced Thursday that a 25-year veteran of the force had passed away from COVID-19."It is with heavy hearts that the Suffolk County Sheriff's Office announces the passing of Investigator Sergeant Keith Allison," the department said. "Inv. Sgt. Allison was hospitalized with serious COVID-19 complications last week and succumbed to the illness on Thursday, December 17, 2020."Allison started his career with the Suffolk County Sheriff's Office in 1995 and celebrated his 25th year of service this past February."I am deeply saddened by the loss of Inv. Sgt. Keith Allison," Sheriff Errol Toulon said. "He was an excellent officer, a husband, father, and grandfather who was deeply committed to his family and the Sheriff's Office. We all have heavy hearts on his passing."ALSO READ | US sets records for deaths with 3,656, also cases, hospitalizationsAfter a short period of time as...
    United States Attorney Erica H. MacDonald recently announced the sentencing of JEFFREY FRANK HORNER, 57, to 28 months in prison for wire fraud. HORNER, who pleaded guilty on July 7, 2020, was sentenced last week before Senior Judge Paul A. Magnuson in U.S. District Court in St. Paul, Minnesota. According to the defendant’s guilty plea and documents filed in court, HORNER, the owner and operator of HORNER PAYEE SERVICES and RENROH Enterprises LLC, served as a fiduciary for disabled veterans. In his capacity, HORNER was responsible for managing veterans’ benefits from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (“VA”), the U.S. Social Security Administration (“SSA”), and the U.S. Office of Personnel Management (“OPM”). Between April 2010 and September 2018, HORNER devised and executed a scheme to defraud the VA, the SSA, and the OPM, and veterans entitled to these agencies’ benefits....
    Exotic Fish Dealer Indicted for Allegedly Trafficking Invasive Snakehead Species South Korea to impose more social distancing rules in Seoul area amid new coronavirus outbreak Bill Belichick says Texans VP Jack Easterby is not a personnel person Bill Belichick knows Jack Easterby. Bill Belichick likes Jack Easterby. ESPN+ Fantasy Tools: Play Like an Expert, Even If You Aren’t SIGN UP NOW Ad ESPN+ Bill Belichick is surprised that Jack Easterby is running an NFL front office. Easterby — the Houston Texans executive vice president of football operations — cut his teeth in the NFL with the New England Patriots. A team chaplain with the Patriots and the Kansas City Chiefs before them, Easterby gained Belichick’s trust and earned his way into the Patriots inner circle as a “character coach.”Easterby’s swift ascentHe was on the field for practice drills and sat in on personnel meetings. He helped the team deal...
    Mumbai, September 6: Actress Rhea Chakraborty, a prime suspect in the suicide case of Bollywood star Sushant Singh Rajput, was mobbed by reporters outside the Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) office on Sunday. National Commission for Women (NCW) chief Rekha Sharma, while retweeting a video showing reporters attempting to heckle her, asked whether the media is adhering to any work ethics. ‘Rhea Chakraborty Is Ready For Arrest’, Lawyer Satish Maneshinde Releases Statement. “Is their (there) any work ethics for media? (sic)” asked Sharma on Twitter as she shared a 59-second footage in which dozens of media personnel could be seen pushing their mics toward Rhea and throwing an array of questions before her. See Rekha Sharma’s Tweet Is their any work ethics for media? https://t.co/oI5il7bg12 — Rekha Sharma (@sharmarekha) September 6, 2020 The Mumbai Police personnel, who are tasked with protecting Rhea on her commutation from residence...
    Cam Newton is used to wielding a lot of influence. His impact on the short-term future of the New England Patriots is immeasurable. The idea a starting quarterback’s play can dictate an NFL team’s on-field success is nothing new. That’s certainly true for Cam Newton and the Patriots in 2020. The franchise would be as pleased to see Newton rediscover his MVP form and lead the team on a lengthy, and surprising, run to the playoffs. Answering the question of whether or not Newton can be trusted as the team’s quarterback emphatically in a positive direction would also be a terrific outcome for the franchise. It might be the less likely of the two extreme outcomes, but Newton does have some meaningful chance of becoming a star again. Next: Steelers front office has left the team vulnerable at quarterback The sheer variance of Newton’s potential play at the game’s most...
    SONOMA COUNTY (CBS SF) — Sonoma County Sheriff Mark Essick appears poised to challenge a ballot measure that would give more powers to the watchdog office that oversees his department. The ballot measure, placed on the November ballot by the county Board of Supervisors last week, would add to the powers of the Independent Office of Law Enforcement Review and Outreach, or IOLERO, which is charged with investigating use of force by sheriff’s deputies and complaints against Sheriff’s Office personnel, as well as conducting community outreach. The unanimous vote by the board on Thursday followed nationwide protests against police brutality and racism and months of campaigning by community and criminal justice advocates whose efforts to gather signatures to qualify the measure for the ballot were thwarted by the pandemic. Essick in October said parts of the proposed ordinance are legally deficient — including sections that deal with personnel records and...
    (CNN)The Trump administration announced this week the nomination of a former conservative commentator with a history of inflammatory and conspiratorial tweets to be the head of the Office of Personnel Management. John Gibbs, the nominee, is currently the acting assistant secretary for community planning and development at the Department of Housing and Urban Development, where he has worked for three years. A CNN KFile review in 2018 of archived versions of Gibbs' Twitter feed showed he had spread a false conspiracy theory that claimed Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign chairman took part in a satanic ritual. Gibbs also defended an anti-Semitic Twitter user who had been banned from the platform, and made derogatory comments about Islam and the Democratic Party. Gibbs' Twitter feed has been set to private since 2017 and the few tweets archived and accessible to public view offer only a small glimpse of his activity on social...
    A senior official for the Department of Housing and Urban Development has been nominated to become the next director for the Office of Personnel Management. John Gibbs is currently HUD's acting assistant secretary for community planning and development. His nomination to the OPM position by President Trump was announced Monday. In 2018, CNN released a report exposing tweets Gibbs posted in 2016 that spread a conspiracy theory about John Podesta and Hillary Clinton. In tweets accessible using the Internet Archive's Wayback Machine, Gibbs repeatedly used the hashtag #SpiritCooking. That hashtag references a conspiracy theory that Clinton and Podesta drank bodily fluids at a secret satanic dinner. In response to a tweet that read, "#hillaryclinton just lost more black votes with her campaign manager having Satanic #spiritcooking. We don't play that," Gibbs responded, "True, true, true. #Trump #SpiritCooking #BlackLivesMatter." At the time, Gibbs did not return CNN's...
    A top Housing and Urban Development (HUD) appointee and public supporter of President TrumpDonald John TrumpFour men charged for trying to tear down Andrew Jackson statue in DC Video shows workers removed social distancing signs before Trump Tulsa rally: WaPo Biden slams Trump for not sanctioning Russia over Afghan militant 'bounties' intelligence MORE's 2016 campaign will reportedly be his nominee to lead the Office of Personnel Management (OPM). Axios reported Sunday that John Gibbs, HUD's acting Assistant Secretary for Community Planning and Development, is Trump's top choice to lead OPM following the resignation of previous OPM chief Dale Cabaniss earlier this year. Judd Deere, a White House spokesman, told Axios that "the White House has no personnel announcements at this time." The White House press office did not immediately return an inquiry from The Hill. Gibbs has served at HUD since May of 2018, leading up a program started under the Obama administration...
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