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Spring Training for the Major Leagues of Government

Spring Training for the Major Leagues of Government

The White House has approved Brian’s selection for a high-level job in the government. After the initial excitement, he realizes there is a lot he does not know. He tells a friend, I need a mentor, someone who has been through what I am going to experience.

Spring Training for the Major Leagues of Government with its 44 chapters containing examples, statistics, and anecdotes, is a mentor for high-level officials carrying titles like Deputy Assistant Secretary, Deputy Commissioner, Assistant Deputy Commissioner, Assistant Attorney General, and Inspector General, Director.

In addition, Spring Training for the Major Leagues of Government has insights for industry officials working on or seeking contracts with government. Citizens and graduate students, too, will observe and learn from the insights in Spring Training.

Many have said as they left their high-level job, I wish I knew what I know now when I sat down at my desk on my first day on the job. Spring Training for the Major Leagues of Government gives new appointees to high-level jobs the insights to be successful from their first day on the job.


Pages: 368
Pub Date: 02-15-2016
Softcover: 19.95 978-1-63393-174-9
Hardcover: 29.95 978-1-63393-176-3
Ebook: 7.99 978-1-63393-175-6


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Frank McDonough held senior executive positions in four U.S. government organizations: the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, the Department of the Navy, the Department of the Treasury, and the General Services Administration (GSA). In addition, he worked in management positions with IBM. Also, he represented the U.S. in international discussions with the G 8-Government Online Working Council, OECD, World Bank, the International Council for Technology in Public Administration (ICA), and other World Forums. He has spoken more than 300 times on technology issues in government. From 2009 to the present, he has worked on contract for the University of Texas in Mexico City, teaching graduate students about managing advanced technologies in the near future.

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