Noun. The practice of government deadheads retiring and then immediately being rehired, thereby collecting two paychecks - the retirement pay and the salary. The person also retains the gold-plated medical benefits as is usually accorded to government employees.
Named for Louisiana's former Commissioner of Higher Education who was forced to permanently retire after the practice was exposed. Her total pay for her last year of employment was over $500K.
Joe can retire this year since he's 55, but he may do a Sally Clausen and collect two paychecks.