Performance Rating Act of 1950 ... Hearings .... on H.R. 7624 and 7824 .. Feb. 16, March 2, April 27, and May 11, 1950, 83-2

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Page 54 - Under such regulations as may be prescribed by the Civil Service Commission with the approval of the President — "There shall be established in each Department one or more boards of review, each of which shall be composed of three...
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Page 32 - I am international president of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, affiliated with the American Federation of Labor...
Page 54 - Welfare, and shall, with the approval of the Secretary, prescribe such regulations as may be necessary for the administration of this Act.
Page 54 - ... shall be advanced in compensation successively to the next higher rate within the grade at the beginning of the next pay period...
Page 53 - Be it enacted by the Senate and, House of Representatives of tJie United States of America in Congress assembled, That...
Page 53 - department" includes (1) the executive departments, (2) the independent establishments and agencies in the executive branch, including corporations wholly owned by the United States, (3) the Administrative Office of the United States Courts, (4) the Library of Congress, (5) the Botanic Garden, (6) the Government Printing Office, (7) the General Accounting Office, (8) the Office of the Architect of the Capitol, and (9) the municipal government of the District of Columbia.
Page 49 - COMMITTEE ON POST OFFICE AND CIVIL SERVICE UNITED STATES HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 11 September 1990 My name is John W.
Page 54 - All employees compensated on a per annum basis, and occupying permanent positions within the scope of the compensation schedules fixed by this Act, who have not attained the maximum rate of compensation for the grade in which their positions are respectively allocated, shall be advanced in compensation successively to the next higher rate within the grade at the beginning of the next...

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