Service Monographs of the United States Government, Issue 36

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Page 105 - L., 1895.] [AN ACT Providing for the public printing and binding and the distribution of public documents...
Page 104 - Congressional Record. Free," and in upper right-hand corner the letters "USS
Page 61 - If kept revised to date by the services, they constitute exceedingly important tools of administration. They permit the directing personnel to see at a glance the organization and personnel at their disposition. They establish definitely the line of administrative authority and enable each employee to know his place in the system. They furnish the essential basis for making plans for determining costs by organization division and subdivision. They afford the data for a consideration of the problem...
Page v - Manual of Accounting and Reporting for the Operating Services of the National Government. By Henry P. Seidemann. 421 pp.
Page 135 - An Act providing for the public printing and binding and the distribution of public documents" approved January 12, 1895 (28 Stat.
Page 14 - Congress, the Executive Office, the judiciary, and every executive department. independent office, and establishment of the Government, shall be done at the Government Printing Office, except such classes of work as shall be deemed by the Joint Committee on Printing to be urgent or necessary to have done elsewhere than in the District of Columbia for the exclusive use of any field service outside of said District.
Page 55 - I am President of all the people of the United States without regard to creed, color, birthplace, occupation, or social condition. My aim is to do equal and exact justice as among them all. In the employment and dismissal of men in the Government service, I can no more recognize the fact that a man does or does not belong to a union as being for or against him...
Page 81 - It is hardly necessary to point out the value of such information in planning for future work and in considering the problem of the better distribution and coordination of the work of the government. The Institute contemplates attempting such a general listing and classification of the activities of the government upon the completion of the present series. ^ CLASSIFICATION OF ACTIVITIES 1 . General Administration 2.
Page v - THE INSTITUTE FOR GOVERNMENT RESEARCH ' STUDIES IN ADMINISTRATION. The System of Financial Administration of Great Britain. By WF Willoughby, WW Willoughby, and SM Lindsay.
Page 13 - All printing, binding, and blank books for the Senate or House of Representatives and for the Executive and Judicial Departments shall be done at the Government Printing Office, except in cases otherwise provided by law.

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