Federal authorities are speeding up the setting in the last days of the Obama administration ahead of President-elect Donald Trump entering the White house, and the imposition of the hiring freeze, which he has promised, according to The Washington Post.
Several agencies fill open positions with new employees and transfers in front of trump, a Republican, took office January 20, according to the newspaper, his report on interviews and internal Federal documents.
The setting rush comes in the midst of an agreement after the November election that no new recruitment would be made after Dec. 1, incoming White House Press Secretary and Sean Spicer told the newspaper on Friday.
The White house Office of Management and Budget, said on Saturday that the administration imposed a moratorium. Dec. 7 in the setting of senior executives within the public service-a policy to ensure in line with previous transitions incoming Agency executives, or to approve executive personnel decisions.
Spicer on declined to comment on whether he thinks that the management of the agreement broke, taking into account the transition team has not yet offered the details about new employees and jobs after the December deadline.
Among the agencies to make hires, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the Transportation Security Administration and parts of the departments of agriculture and labor, the newspaper said.
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