Selected Readings in Employment and Manpower, Committee Print 88th Congress, 2d Session

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Page 761 - And so these men of Indostan Disputed loud and long, Each in his own opinion Exceeding stiff and strong, Though each was partly in the right, And all were in the wrong!
Page 272 - Education as a part of the allocation to the US Office of Education in the Department of Health, Education and Welfare.
Page 297 - Commission, the National Science Foundation, the National Institutes of Health, and the National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
Page 749 - ... following objectives: (a) To preserve management and employee skills necessary to the fulfillment of Government contracts and purchases ; (b) To maintain productive facilities ; (c) To improve utilization of the Nation's total manpower potential by making use of the manpower resources of each area; (d) To help assure timely delivery of required goods and services and to promote readiness for expanded effort by locating procurement where the needed manpower and facilities are fully available.
Page 729 - Imperial, Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, and Ventura, which shall constitute the southern division of said district.
Page 344 - The quantity of materials which the same number of people can work up, increases in a great proportion as labour comes to be more and more subdivided ; and as the operations of each workman are gradually reduced to a greater degree of simplicity, a variety of new machines come to be invented for facilitating and abridging those operations.
Page 664 - JPL (which had responsibility for administration of the contract with the California Institute of Technology for the operation of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory) and the Contracts Division of the Western Operations Office (now called the Western Support Office).
Page 452 - Nation. 2. This progress can and must be achieved without the sacrifice of human values. 3. Achievement of technological progress without sacrifice of human values requires a combination of private and governmental action, consonant with the principles of a free society.
Page 889 - ... the contract is in a field of science or technology in which there has been little significant experience outside of work funded by the government, or where the government has been the principal developer of the field, and the acquisition of exclusive rights at the tune of contracting might confer on the contractor a preferred or dominant position...
Page 890 - Where the government may acquire the principal rights and does not elect to secure a patent in a foreign country, the contractor may file and retain the principal or exclusive foreign rights subject to retention by the government of at least a royalty free license for governmental purposes and on behalf of any foreign government pursuant to any existing or future treaty or agreement with the United States.