Supergrades: Hearings, Ninetieth Congress, Second Session, on Supergrade Positions in the General Schedule of the Classification Act
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1968 - Civil service positions - 129 pages
Reviews need for additional supergrade positions (GS-16, GS-17, GS-18) requested by the Civil Service Commission.
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Page 65 - Comprehensive Health Planning and Public Health Service Amendments of 1966
Page 117 - Section 8331 of title 5, United States Code, is amended — (1) by striking out "and...
Page 117 - ... professional engineering positions primarily concerned with research and development and professional positions in the physical and natural sciences and medicine which may be placed in such grades.
Page 102 - Secretary shall, among his responsibilities, advise the President with respect to Federal programs and activities relating to housing and urban development; develop and recommend to the President policies for fostering the orderly growth and development of the Nation's urban areas; exercise leadership at the direction of the President in coordinating Federal activities affecting housing and urban development...
Page 63 - Increased by 10.3) to natch private sector pay levels for equivalent positions." On March 19, 1986 they reported In testimony before the House Post Office and Civil Service Committee on the results of their update of that study to March 1, 1986. They found that a deficit of 18.9) now existed . They also found that the disparity was worse at the higher grade levels.
Page 43 - ... estimated as amounting to $81.5 billion, or about 42 percent of the total federal budget of $195 billion. The magnitude and complexity of the operations of the Department of Defense require that we place extremely heavy responsibilities upon our staff. For example, in the area of procurement alone, the Department of Defense is awarding contracts for weapon systems and related equipment and supplies at the rate of about $43 billion a year, involving some 11 to 15 million contract actions. We have...
Page 43 - The limitations on AEC for entering into contract commitments in excess of its present productive capability.
Page 31 - Burzio, staff director; and Frank A. Paschal, minority clerk. The CHAIRMAN. The Post Office and Civil Service Committee will be in session.
Page 45 - We have endeavored to increase our professional capability and productivity to meet the needs of the Congress and more effectively discharge our statutory responsibilities. By experience, we have determined that staff members recruited from colleges and universities develop rapidly to positions of responsibility and maintain the high professional standards required in our work. In recent years we have recruited an average of approximately 350 graduates of very high quality from some 200 colleges...