What will happen to Senior Executive Service rotations?

They’ll increase, says Federal News Radio:

Agencies have until May 31 to submit 2-year plans to add more rotational assignments among their Senior Executive Service members, according to new guidance from the Office of Personnel Management. It’s the first guidance from OPM that addresses the new requirements agencies have to recruit, retain and develop senior executives, under an executive order that President Barack Obama signed last December. One major action requires agencies to develop plans to rotate more SES members to other agencies, subcomponents and functional areas. It specifically applies to agencies who have 20 or more SES positions, the guidance said.

If you want to apply, here’s your guide: The New SES Application 2nd Ed: Writing the Traditional ECQs and the New Five-Page Senior Executive Service.