General Services Administration Annual Report

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General Services Administration., 1976
 

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Page 24 - Region 1 (Boston) Region 2 (New York) Region 3 [Philadelphia} Region 4 (Atlanta) Region 5 (Chicago) Region 6...
Page 23 - ... correspondence, documents, papers, pamphlets, magnetic tapes, pictures, photographs, plats, maps, films, motion pictures, sound recordings, and other documental media having historical or commemorative value accepted by NARA from a source other than an agency of the US Government. Federal records center includes the Washington National Records Center, the National Personnel Records Center, and the Federal records centers listed in 1253.6 of this chapter. Federal records center records (FRC...
Page 16 - Foundation supports the activities of the Ford Library in Ann Arbor and the Ford Museum in Grand Rapids.
Page 20 - GSA, and in 1977 the National Study Commission on Records and Documents of Federal Officials recommended that...
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Page 21 - We must all stand in the place of those who throughout our history have stood up for what is right and just, to ensure that the Alex Haley, left, author of "Roots...
Page 5 - Smith describe the executive orders as stipulating: (1) that federal contractors may not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, sex, or national origin in hiring, promotion, pay, or training, and (2) that each federal contractor must institute an affirmative action program designed to integrate its labor force and to provide more jobs for minorities and women.
Page 21 - Grants worth nearly $3 million were given to organizations across the nation in 1977 by the National Historical Publications and Records Commission, an adjunct organization of the National Archives.
Page 36 - ... and available resources of State and local governments and voluntary relief organizations. The President's declaration of a major disaster or an emergency authorizes Federal assistance under Public Law 93-288, and triggers other Federal disaster relief programs. The Federal response is coordinated by the Federal Disaster Assistance Administration and the Department of Housing and Urban Development. The Disaster Relief Act of 1974 authorized such sums as may be necessary to carry out the Federal...
Page 15 - By... improved records management and the use of updated technology ...we can make the National Archives and Records Service a cost effective organization with better service.

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