President Donald Trump on Monday signed an executive order restricting hiring in the federal workforce. By the end of the workday, the Department of Veterans Affairs had not received guidance on whether the order would stop it from hiring nurses and psychologists in Sacramento.
President Donald Trump on Monday signed an executive order restricting hiring in the federal workforce. By the end of the workday, the Department of Veterans Affairs had not received guidance on whether the order would stop it from hiring nurses and psychologists in Sacramento. Paul Kitagaki Jr. Sacramento Bee file, 2013
President Donald Trump on Monday signed an executive order restricting hiring in the federal workforce. By the end of the workday, the Department of Veterans Affairs had not received guidance on whether the order would stop it from hiring nurses and psychologists in Sacramento. Paul Kitagaki Jr. Sacramento Bee file, 2013

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From VA to FBI, federal workers await details of Trump’s hiring freeze

January 23, 2017 02:29 PM

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