Vault Guide to Government Agency Careers
Government is getting all the buzz this year, with a new high-profile administration at the top and hundreds of newly vacant and just-created spots that need to be filled from the bottom up. This first edition of the Vault Guide to Government Agency Careers offers a leg-up to would-be government employees, with advice on how to get a foot in the door, how to market oneself in a noncommercial environment, and how to plan for the future (whether as a Capitol Hill insider or in the private sector). The book also contains valuable information on more than 60 different federal divisions. For each, there is a snapshot that details the agency's mission, its history in brief and, most importantly, what types of people will rise within each organization.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR(S)
Jack Sautter earned a B.A. from New York University, a Ph.D. from the University of Nebraska and a J.D. from Vermont Law School. He has published peer-reviewed and law review articles on subjects concerning agricultural energy policy, state regulation and climate change, and the effects of restructuring on electricity markets, and has written a book entitled The Emotional Voter, which investigates political decision-making. Presently, Dr. Sautter works as a lawyer at the Institute for Energy and the Environment at Vermont Law School.
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