But on March 12, Karl Kampe, the executive director of Nassau Civil Service Commission, ruled the workers were not eligible for the civil service jobs because the jobs are competitive; as such, he concluded, the case managers "are not legally employed pursuant to Civil Service law."
County officials are trying to resolve staffing issues through the restructuring.Specific plans have not been finalized, but county officials did not rule out the possibility of terminating the current contract with FEGS
, an independent agency that acts as the administrative agent for the county's case managers, and subsequent execution of a new expanded contract, either with FEGS or a similar agency.
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