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Key posts vacant in Obama administration

Key posts vacant in Obama administration

WASHINGTON, Nov. 10 (UPI) -- Nearly 200 key policy jobs in Barack Obama's administration remain vacant a year after he was elected president.

Bush appointees face weak job market

WASHINGTON, Nov. 1 (UPI) -- The Bush administration's estimated 3,000 political appointees face a tough market with lower-paying jobs than previously anticipated, corporate recruiters say.

McCain aide's lobbying past under scrutiny

WASHINGTON, May 22 (UPI) -- Lobbyist Charles Black, a friend and key adviser to U.S. Sen. John McCain, has come under fire for his representing foreign interests, including dictators.

‘Acting’ appointees rife in Washington

WASHINGTON, Oct. 14 (UPI) -- A growing number of U.S. federal departments and agencies are being run by interim appointees, The New York Times reported Sunday.

Private tax lawyers writing IRS rules

WASHINGTON, March 9 (UPI) -- The U.S. Internal Revenue Service is using volunteer lawyers and accountants who exploit loopholes to write new tax rules, the tax collection agency says.

IRS has tax lawyers author rules

WASHINGTON, March 9 (UPI) -- The Internal Revenue Service in Washington has drawn criticism for employing the services of tax lawyers to help create new tax rules.

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UPI's Capital Comment for July 30, 2002

WASHINGTON, July 30 (UPI) -- Capital Comment -- Daily news notes, political rumors, and important events that shape politics and public policy in Washington and the world from United Press
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Poor pay and benefits deter appointees

WASHINGTON, April 22 (UPI) -- Less-than-impressive compensation, along with a complicated approval process, is a hindrance to finding the best possible talent to serve in the executive branc
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Top issues for the next 50 years

WASHINGTON, Jan. 28 (UPI) -- Academics believe arms control and disarmament is the most important issue facing the U.S. government in the next 50 years, a new Brookings Instituion survey sa
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Experts Differ on Fix for Airport Security

WASHINGTON, Oct. 25 (UPI) -- Privatization, a centralized command, and stricter federal regulations are the keys to improving airport security in the light of the events of Sept. 11, accord
SUSAN HELEN MORAN, for United Press International
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Paul Light, the first Vice-Chancellor of the University of Winchester, was brought up in Weymouth in Dorset and studied Psychology from 1966 until c 1974 at St John's College, Cambridge, where he obtained an MA and also a doctorate.

He held a professorship in Psychology at the University of Southampton, and a professorship in Education at the Open University, before becoming Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Academic) of Bournemouth University. He was appointed Principal of King Alfred's College, Winchester, in 2000. King Alfred’s College evolved into the University of Winchester in 2005 with Professor Light as its first Vice Chancellor. He retired from the University of Winchester in April 2006, and is a current member of the Board of Governors of the University of Portsmouth.

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