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Transportation Security Executive Service Tses Performance Management System

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Book Id: WPLBN0000667905
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Reproduction Date: 2007
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Title: Transportation Security Executive Service Tses Performance Management System  
Author: Transportation Security Administration
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Language: English
Subject: Economics, Transportation, Transportation--Security measures
Collections: Transportation Security Administration Publications
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Publisher: The Transportation Security Administration

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Administration, T. S. (n.d.). Transportation Security Executive Service Tses Performance Management System. Retrieved from http://www.worldjournal.org/


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Purpose: This issuance sets forth policies for appraising the performance of employees in the Transportation Security Executive Service (TSES). // 2. Policy: All TSES executives are covered by the performance management system described in the directive. The TSES Performance Management System is an integral part of the management process, and will be used to accomplish basic performance management responsibilities by: communicating and clarifying agency mission, goals, objectives, and priorities; holding executives accountable for organizational accomplishment, as well as individual achievement; evaluating individual and organizational accomplishments against critical elements of a position; and using the results of the performance appraisal as a basis for bonuses and other personnel decisions such as training, reassignment, transfers, retention, reduction in force, or removal. // 3. Guidelines: Each executive shall be accountable for both individual and organization performance taking into account such factors as: (1) improvements in efficiency, productivity, and quality of work or service; (2) cost efficiency and timeliness of performance; (3) other indications of the effectiveness, productivity and performance quality of the employees for whom the senior executive is responsible; and (4) meeting Equal Employment Opportunity requirements.

 
 


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