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Officials and managers:

Upper-level management, SG-15 and up
Middle-level management, SG-8 to 14...

Lower-level management, SG-7 and down.
Professionals:

Specialized engineers and scientists, MTS V and up.
Senior engineers and scientists, MTS IV.
Engineers and scientists, MTS I to Ill...
Specialized technical professionals, SG 8 and up
Senior technical professionals, SG-5 to 7.
Technical professionals, SG-4 and down.
Specialized administrative professionals, SG 7 and up.
Advanced administrative professionals, SG-5 and 6.

Administrative professionals, SG-4 and down.
Technicians:

Subprofessional technician (ATP).

General technician (weekly, hourly).
Sales workers: Sales workers.
Office and clerical:

Advanced clerical (weekly 8 and up) (hourly, 12 and up).

General clerical (weekly, 7 and down) (hourly, 11 and down).
Craftsmen:

Working leadmen

General craftsmen (weekly, hourly).
Operatives: Operatives (weekly, hourly).
Laborers: Laborers
Service workers: Service workers

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Officials and managers:

Upper-level management, SG-15 and up.
Middle-level management, SG-8 to 14.

Lower-level management, SG-7 and down.
Professionals:

Specialized engineers and scientists, MTS V and up-
Senior engineers and scientists, MTSIV.
Engineers and scientists, MTS í to 11-
Specialized technical professionals, SG-8 and up.
Senior technical professionals, SG-5 to 7.
Technical professionas, SG-4 and down..
Specialized administrative professionals, SG-7 and up-
Advanced administrative professionals, SG-5 and 6.

Administrative professionals, SG-4 and down....
Technicians:

Subprofessional technician (ATP).

General technician (weekly, hourly).
Sales workers: Sales workers
Office and clerical:

Advanced clerical (weekly 8 and up) (hourly 12 and up).

General clerical (weekly, 7 and down) (hourly, 11 and down).
Craftsmen:

Working leadmen.

General craftsmen (weekly, hourly).
Operatives: Operatives (weekly, hourly).
Laborers: Laborers
Service workers: Service workers

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Officials and managers:

Upper-level management, SG-15 and up
Middle-level management, SG-8 to 14.

Lower-level management, SG-7 and down
Professionals:

Specialized engineers and scientists, MTS V and up-
Senior engineers and scientists, MTS IV.
Engineers and scientists, MTS 1 to 111.
Specialized technical professionals, SG-8 and up-
Senior technical professionals, SG-5 to 7.
Technical professionals, SG-4 and down.
Specialized administrative professionals, SG-7 and up.
Advanced administrative professionals, SG-5 and 6.

Administrative professionals, SG-4 and down.
Technicians:

Subprofessional technician (ATP).

General technician (weekly, hourly).
Sales workers: Sales workers
Office and clerical:

Advanced clerical (weekly, and up) (hourly, 12 and up).
General clerical (weekly, 7 and down) (hourly, il and

Working leadmen..

General craftsmen (weekly, hourly).
Operatives: Operatives (weekly, hourly)..
Laborers: Laborers.
Service workers: Service workers.

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OVERSIGHT HEARINGS ON FEDERAL ENFORCEMENT

OF EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY LAWS

Part 1

THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1975

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
SUBCOMMITTEE ON EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES
OF THE COMMITTEE ON EDUCATION AND LABOR,

Washington, D.C. The subcommittee met at 9:30 a.m., pursuant to notice, in room 2175, Rayburn House Oflice Building, Hon. Augustus F. Hawkins (chairman) presiding.

Members present: Representatives Hawkins, Mink, Clay, and Buchanan.

Also present: Susan Grayson, staff director; William Iliggs, legislative assistant; Richard Mosse, assistant minority counsel; and Carole Schanzer, clerk.

Mr. HAWKINS. The Subcommittee on Equal Opportunities is called to order.

The chairman will read an opening statement since this is the beginning of the subcommittee's discharge of its responsibilities for oversight.

The Federal Government has the obligation, both moral and legal, to assure all its citizens equal employment opportunities, regardless of race, sex, color, religion, or national origin. Federal laws and regulations have been on the books since 1961, with issuance by President Kennedy of Executive Order 10925; and since 1965, through enactment of title VII of the Civil Rights Act.

Yet, in more than a decade since formal action on equal employment has been taken by the Federal Government, millions of citizens, minorities and women, are still not enjoying the full and equal access to employment which is their right.

A sample of key industries covering more than 3 million workers shows that women and minorities represent less than 7 percent of management positions. In professional positions, women constitute less than 14 percent of the work force; minorities, less than 8 percent.

The Subcommittee on Equal Opportunities has undertaken a comprehensive review of Federal enforcement of equal employment opportunity laws and regulations. This morning we will begin our oversight investigation by reviewing the Department of Labor's policies, particularly with respect to its enforcement of Executive Orders 11246 and 11375, prohibiting discrimination by Federal contractors on the basis of race, sex, national origin, creed, or color.

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