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Career executives who serve in an acting capacity when a political appointee has not been nominated by the president or confirmed by the Senate are akin to substitute teachers. They may have deep experience, but they are not perceived as having real authority and are unlikely to make key decisions or take on long-term challenges, because of the temporary nature of their positions.feedback
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NEW Apr 26 2017 Trump Presidency
Max Stier has most recently been quoted in an article called As deadline nears, few agencies have the regulatory czars Trump requested. Max Stier said, “Personnel is policy. If you don't have your people in place, you can make policy pronouncements, but you're not going to get that policy done effectively.”. Max Stier has been quoted a grand total of 18 times in 15 articles.
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Government has devolved into a lot of process and that becomes extremely frustrating for the consumer.feedback

In general, administrations have been slow off the mark in filling their jobs.feedback

The approach that the president took as a businessman and a candidate is simply not scalable to the challenge of filling out the rest of the government leadership.feedback

It's not as if the government stops because these appointees are not in place. There are acting people in these jobs. But they're acting. They don't have the imprimatur of the president. They're not thinking about the long-term.feedback

I do think there is a difference between addressing internal issues and presenting our views to the larger world.feedback

They have a long way to go. It's imperative to have the right people brought in fast and they're prepared.feedback

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