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ORIENTATION TOOLKIT

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    PRESIDENTIAL APPOINTEES
 
Presidential Appointees are the NASA officials who are responsible for formulating, advocating, and directing Administration policies and programs, or are those who serve such officials in a close and confidential relationship. Most executive branch positions are in the "competitive service," or in a separate but similar competitive merit system. Employees in positions that traditionally change when Presidential Administrations change are not part of the competitive civil service. Rather, they are excepted from competitive service requirements and protections by law, Executive order, or regulation.

You will be asked to accomplish a variety of activities in order to complete your employee orientation. These activities are listed in your personal orientation checklist that you will construct online using My Checklist Builder.

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