Federal Government Department of Defense (DOD) - Federal Government Workers Abuse Power Overseas

Posted on Wednesday, December 25th, 2013 at 10:08am CST by Michael R.

Company: Federal Government Department of Defense (DOD)

Location: US

Category: Government, Police

Overseas U.S. Federal Workers abuse their management positions and exhibit favoritism towards Department of Army Civilian (DAC) employees.

By regulation DAC employees under US Forces Korea (USFK) are supposed to remain overseas for 5 years maximum unless approved by senior management. This policy has not been implemented fairly throughout the USFK theatre. Certain employees who are deemed "favorites" or in most cases upper management employees often remain at overseas posts far exceeding the 5 year limit. In various cases, there are upper management employees who remain at overseas post for 15 to 20 years. DOD officials and DOD senior leadership has failed miserably to apply the rules fairly across the board.

Need: It is time for the Secretary of Defense and DOD senior leaders to put an end to favoritism and abuse of power in overseas work environments. Their focus should be on applying the same rules to all employees fairly. All U.S. Citizens and tax payers deserve a equal treatment, even in overseas work environments.


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