Effective Date: December 19, 2014
Expiration Date: September 19, 2020
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7.1.1 The SES is considered a national asset. Mobility involves using a full range of assignment authorities to leverage the skills of executives for greater mission accomplishment and to prepare them for higher levels of service.
7.1.2 Mobility encompasses both temporary and permanent job assignments involving change from previous assignment patterns. This can include details, short- or long-term reassignments and transfers, use of IPA authority, sabbaticals, formal training, and other ways to expose executives to challenges or otherwise expand their capacity to serve.
7.1.3 SES rules require an executive to move when the Agency's need requires it. An executive who declines a management-directed reassignment may be removed through adverse action procedures.
7.2.1 SES members will maintain and be held to the absolute highest level of ethics. Every member of the SES is entrusted with the senior management and execution of programs established by our national leadership.
7.2.2 SES members shall complete annual ethics briefings, supplemented with additional training as required, and complete a public financial disclosure report annually, as well as when entering and leaving the SES.
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