Personnel Practices: Schedule C and Other Details to the Executive Office of the President - GAO Report
|Date:||Nov. 6, 1992|
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Federal personnel administrative law
This report looks at the detailing of employees at Executive Branch agencies to the White House. Specifically, GAO determined (1) agency compliance with laws requiring that agencies certify that a Schedule C position is not being created solely to detail an employee to the White House; (2) compliance with reimbursement requirements for details to the White House lasting more than 180 days in a fiscal year; (3) the extent to which Schedule C detailees to the White House have converted to career positions there since January 1989; and (4) whether any other executive branch agencies performed duties at the White House.