The law and the Personnel Classification Board: hearings before the Committee on the Civil Service, House of Representatives, Sixty-eighth Congress, first session. on H.R. 6896. February 25, 26, and 29, March 1, 1924
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administration adopted allocation of positions appropriate grades Arthur Young asked BAILEY basis bill Budget Bureau Bureau of Efficiency cation CELLER cent CHAIRMAN interposing Civil Service Commission class specifications class thereof classes of positions classifica classification act clerical Columbia positions committee compensation schedules Congress consider course definitions department heads departmental deputy ministers District of Columbia division duties and qualifications duties classification effect employees established estimate purposes Executive order schedule fact February 29 fication field service fixed followed Government GRAVES heads of departments increase JOHNSON Judge Warwick junior clerk MANLOVE matter mean ment MOFFETT November 12 October 24 opinion Personnel Classification Board prepared prescribed present President procedure question rates of compensation reclassification respect rules salary range schedule contained school of thought section 14 Senator Smoot September 15 stenographer submitted tion typist Wood-Smoot WOODRUM