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VACANCIES IN FEDERAL ADMINISTRATION LEAD TO COMPLAINT WITH INTERIOR DEPARTMENT

From: KJZZ

“In response, the Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, or PEER, has filed a complaint with the Interior Department's inspector general (IG) that the interim…

FEDERAL EMPLOYEES PROTECTING PUBLIC LANDS NOW WEAR OIL RIGS ON THEIR LAPELS

From: Vice

“The Bureau of Land Management gave out new identification cards for all its employees to wear out in the field — complete with illustrations of oil rigs and cowboys.">

ARE THE LEADERS OF THE NPS, FWS, AND BLM ILLEGITIMATE?

From: Outside

“Per the complaint, the three acting directors were appointed in violation of the Federal Vacancies Reform Act, meaning every action taken by these men, PEER executive…

SOCIAL SECURITY IS NOW HEADLESS BECAUSE OF TRUMP’S INACTION. WILL OTHER AGENCIES BE DECAPITATED?

From: The Washington Post

“Jeff Ruch, executive director of Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, which filed a complaint about three of the Interior positions with the…

ZINKE SIGNED ORDER IN JANUARY MAKING 'ACTING' DIRECTORS OFFICIAL

From: The Hill

“Signed under the radar, Zinke’s Jan. 12 order gave the acting directors for such bureaus as the Fish and Wildlife Service and National Park Service “temporary re-delegation…


News Releases

TEMPORARY INTERIOR DEPARTMENT DIRECTORS ILLEGAL

All Decisions by Acting Park Service, BLM, and Fish & Wildlife Heads Legally Void

ZINKE CLUELESS ON INTERIOR’S HARASSMENT CULTURE

Survey Shows Widespread Reports of Reprisal and Complaint Suppression

ZINKE COMMANDEERED BOAT FOR CHANNEL ISLANDS JAUNT

Diverted to Pick Up Wife, Aunt, and Guests He Classified as “Technical Experts”

MONUMENT MIASMA FROM VAGUE ZINKE MEMO

Contradictions, Legal Questions, and Confusion Cloud Zinke Monument Review

U.S. BUREAU OF RECLAMATION NOW BEYOND RECLAMATION

More Than $100 Million Misused Yet No Repayments, Reforms or Reprimands