Hearings, Reports and Prints of the Senate Committee on Government Operations
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1965 - Executive departments
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Page 41 - Council shall be to advise the President with respect to the integration of domestic, foreign, and military policies relating to the national security so as to enable the military services and the other departments and agencies of the Government to cooperate more effectively in matters involving the national security.
Page 23 - The persons, therefore, to whose immediate management these different matters are committed, ought to be considered as the assistants or deputies of the Chief Magistrate ; and on this account, they ought to derive their offices from his appointment, at least from his nomination, and ought to be subject to his superintendence.
Page 5 - House as it deems necessary or desirable in connection with the subject matter of such reports; (2) studying the operation of Government activities at all levels with a view to determining its economy and efficiency...
Page 272 - States possessing special skills and abilities; (7) to provide salaries, allowances, and benefits that will permit the Foreign Service to draw its personnel from all walks of American life and to appoint persons to the highest positions in the Service solely on the basis of their demonstrated ability...
Page 272 - States; ( 2 ) to insure that the officers and employees of the Foreign Service are broadly representative of the American people and are aware of and fully Informed In respect to current trends in American life...
Page 49 - The subcommittee met at 10 am, pursuant to notice, in room 3302, New Senate Office Building, Senator Henry M. Jackson (chairman of the subcommittee) presiding. Present: Senators Jackson, Pell, Ribicoff, Mundt, Javits, and Miller.
Page 36 - foulup factor" in our methods, and it needs some careful examination because there is, I think, a discernible and constantly increasing tendency to try to expand the intent of the system to the point where mere curiosity on the part of someone or some agency, and not a "need to know" can be used as a ticket of admission to the merry-go-round of "concurrences.
Page 509 - Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the United States of America to the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, and...
Page 16 - ... means that the chief of the American Diplomatic Mission is not in the line of military command, nevertheless, as Chief of Mission, you should work closely with the appropriate area military commander to assure the full exchange of information. If it is your opinion that activities by the United States military forces may adversely affect our over-all relations with the people or government of , you should promptly discuss the matter with the military commander and, if necessary, request a decision...
Page 517 - Both Parties agree to encourage the exchange of books, magazines, newspapers, and other publications devoted to scientific, technical, cultural, and general educational subjects between the libraries, universities, and other organizations of each country and also through commercial channels.