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ExecutiveGov covered a number of important news stories in the past week concerning the federal government.
This release will look at two of the most important articles published, specifically the government executives that were focused on in the pieces.
The first story was about the resignation of EPA Administrator Lisa Jackson from her post she held for four years under President Obama.
In response to her resignation, ExecutiveGov compiled a list of possible replacements courtesy of GovExec including Bob Perciasepe, EPA deputy administrator and chief operating officer and Mary Nichols, chairwoman of the California Air Resources Board.
Others on the list include Bradley Campbell, former EPA Mid-Atlantic regional administrator and Gina McCarthy, EPA office of air and radiation assistant administrator.
In another story that ExecutiveGov published this week, sequestration has been pushed back two months due to a tax package Congrees passed on Tuesday evening.
By a 257-167 vote, the House of Representatives voted to approve the measure to avert most effects of the fiscal cliff after the Senate approved the deal earlier on Tuesday.
Taxes on Social Security will rise 2 percent and the bill increases marginal tax rates on annual family incomes of up to $450,000.
ExecutiveGov is one of more than five news media properties in Executive Mosaic’s online portfolio, which complements its full-length print magazine, GovCon Exec.
EGov focuses on vital government executives whose job it is to make policy decisions which shape the opportunities of GovCon companies and executives.
This leader oriented reporting results in important topics such as sequestration, getting coverage that is comprehensive, timely and executive-focused.