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Additional Heavy Rains for Texas and the Great Basin

Tropical Moisture streaming ahead of major hurricane Willa off the western Mexico coastline is interacting with a frontal boundary in the Gulf Coast. Locally heavy rain is possible in Texas, which could exacerbate ongoing flooding. An upper trough in the Southwest and a cold front in the central U.S. may produce locally heavy rain and high elevation snow from the Great Basin to the Rockies. Read More >

Management & Organiztion Division CFO2

Lisa Love Division Director
Flanisha Barrett Denise Hamilton
Monique Chapman Beverly Hernandez (NOAA affiliate)
Jackie Conyers Stan Kensky
Robert Dufrane Kashira K Laskey
Barbara Edler Daphne Love
Delores Frazier Yolanda Skinner (NOAA affiliate)
Margi Garner Joyce Void
   

 

  • The Management and Organization Division manages all NWS human resource policy activities, controls and allocates NWS staffing and FTE resources, manages organizational design, position management and orientation activities, and provides organizational development and training support.

  • The Division conducts and/or coordinates organizational and/or staffing studies and cost analyses designed to meet current and future mission needs in the most efficient and cost-effective manner.

  • The Division coordinates national level labor-management relations matters within the NWS.

  • The Division provides a liaison with the General Accounting Office, Office of the Inspector General, and other investigative agencies, coordinates activities to provide reasonable assurance that NWS programs are free from waste, fraud or abuse, and assures compliance with Federal contracting out initiatives. Inventory Lists of all GAO and OIG activities are available.

  • The Division also provides general executive and administrative support including management of the NWS Directives System (NDS), Freedom of Information Act and Privacy Act implementation, and incentive awards programs.

  • The Division's Executive Affairs Office (EA) is the focal point for all NWS-wide actions assigned by or prepared for signature by the Assistant Administrator for Weather Services and the Deputy Assistant Administrator for Weather Services.

  • The Office is also responsible for Senior Executive Service (SES) recruitment and performance activities, and other programs such as the FAIR Act (A-76) and hardship transfer.