Treasury Department--Post Office Appropriations for 1951: Hearings Before the Subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations, House of Representatives, Eighty-first Congress, Second Session, 파트 1-3
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667 페이지 - Washington (hereinafter called the "bank") is to aid in financing and to facilitate exports and imports and the exchange of commodities between the United States and any of its territories and insular possessions and any foreign country or the agencies or nationals thereof.
362 페이지 - Mr. Chairman. I have a brief statement that I would like to read to the committee, if I may.
18 페이지 - The line of command and supervision from the President down through his department heads to every employee, and the line of responsibility from each employee of the executive branch up to the President, has been weakened, or actually broken, in many places and in many ways.
651 페이지 - Law 359, an act to increase rates of compensation of the heads and assistant heads of executive departments and independent agencies...
251 페이지 - Foley, Jr., as Acting Secretary of the Treasury, to Mr. Pace, the Budget Director, which made the proposal to the Bureau of the Budget that eventually resulted in this legislation. This letter explains some of the background of it, and sets forth an interpretation of how this appropriation actually would work, which was agreed upon by representatives of the Coast Guard, the Bureau of the Budget, the Treasury and the General Accounting Office that worked on this problem. I would like to insert that...
21 페이지 - We recommend that the whole budgetary concept of the Federal Government should be refashioned by the adoption of a budget based upon functions, activities, and projects: this we designate as a "performance budget.
4 페이지 - I should be glad to insert that report in the record for the information of the members of the committee, if the committee so desires.
24 페이지 - Executive order, should require all major departments and agencies to conduct vigorous recruiting programs for, and to examine and make final appointments to: a. All high-level administrative, professional, and technical positions. b. All positions peculiar to the agency. c. Any other classes of positions which, in the judgment of the Civil Service Commission, can be filled more effectively by the agencies.