Asian american government executive network aagen
Asian American Government Executives Network
ARL scientists attended the 8th annual Asian American Government Executive Network leadership conference. The Department of the Army sponsored this year's conference for the first time. The conference provided a valuable learning and networking opportunity for participants eager to be effective leaders and manage their professional careers.
Asian American Government Executives Network AAGEN
Moreover, It is, and has been, AAGENs practice to remind its members, officers and members of the Board of Directors, to abide by all laws and regulations that apply to government employees participation in outside activities, including but not limited to, the Standards of Ethical Conduct for Employees of the Executive Branch, Final Regulation Issued by the U. S. Office of Government Ethics, Codified in 5
AAGEN - Asian American Government Executives Network
The Asian American Government Executives Network (AAGEN) started in 1993 with a few Asian American executives in the federal government who explored ways of establishing a collaborative network of Asian and Pacific Islander American executives governmentwide.