2 edition of Analysis of selected recommendations of the second Hoover Commission found in the catalog.
Analysis of selected recommendations of the second Hoover Commission
|Statement||by the American Legion.|
|LC Classifications||JK643.C53 A65 1956|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||32 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||32|
|LC Control Number||84219599|
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The original Hoover Commission was bipartisan, with its members selected by the President, Congress and the public and private sector. It was organized into 24 task forces that studied government functions and regulatory activities for the purpose of making recommendations to reshape the government. of exemplary service by the Commission, the second Hoover Com- book in the Nation. In conducting this vast volume of work in the course of enforc-ing the several laws entrusted to it, the Commission has, from time of the full Hoover Commission and the recommendations of the American Bar Association. Although the Hoover Commission and.
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Hoover Commission, formally Commission on Organization of the U.S. Executive Branch, (–49, –55), either of two temporary advisory bodies, both headed by the former president Herbert were appointed to find ways to reduce the number of federal government departments and increase their efficiency in the post-World War II and post-Korean War periods.
The Hoover Commission, officially named the Commission on Organization of the Executive Branch of the Government, was a body appointed by President Harry S. Truman in to recommend administrative changes in the Federal Government of the United took its nickname from former President Herbert Hoover, who was appointed by Truman to chair it.
The Second Hoover Commission Reports: An Analysis By WTLJJAM R. DIVINE Vice President, Lester B. Knight & Associates, Inc., Consulting Engineers T HE reports of the second Commission on Organization of the Executive Branch of the Government (Hoover Commission) are published in the same succinct style and attractive format that characterized the.
A Second Hoover Commission was created by Congress in during the administration of President Dwight D. Eisenhower. Depression and war and made scores of recommendations for reforms Author: John M.
Palatiello. History: Second Commission on Organization of the Executive Branch of the Government, chaired by former President Herbert C.
Hoover, established by act of J (67 Stat. ), and extended by act of (69 Stat. 64). Studied and investigated organization and methods of operation of the Executive branch of the Federal.
Hoover's chief service came through his unpaid chairmanships of the first and second Hoover Commissions, one established by Congress induring, the Truman Administration, and the second.
vestigations and recommendations of the Commission on the Organiza-tion of the Executive Branch of the Government,' commonly known as the Hoover Commission, has for the first time made the average citizen conscious of administrative principles heretofore.
The first Hoover Commission submitted its last report to President Truman in InCongress authorized another commission, also headed by former President Hoover, to continue the work of suggesting ways to increase efficiency in government during President Eisenhower's administration.
This second Hoover Commission continued its work. Many of its recommendations were adopted, including establishment of the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. Under President Eisenhower he headed the second Hoover Commission (–55), which made recommendations on policy as well as organization.
The Herbert Hoover Library was dedicated at West Branch, Iowa, in vii Contents Page Introduction 1 From Victory to Cold War: Three Decisions 3 Construction of an Intelligence Community, –53 7 The First Hoover Commission’s Eberstadt Report, –49 7 The NSC’s Dulles Report, –49 8 The Dulles Report and DCI Smith’s Reforms, –53 11 The Collection Revolution, –60 15 The Second Hoover Commission’s Clark Report, Commission issued recommendations on a wide range of managerial issues and was successful in winning adoption of more than half of them by Congress.
Former President Hoover headed a second commission that made more than recommendations for savings in The bulk of the recommendations were in line with the managerial thrust of the first.
Second Hoover Commission, The Commission on Organization of the Executive Branch of the Government, also known as the Second Hoover Commission and chaired by former President Herbert Hoover, recommended that management of the CIA be turned over to an “executive officer,” so that the DCI could focus attention on the IC.
respectively, recommendations by the these committees led to the establishment of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence (SSCI) and the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI).
These committees were heavily involved in the investigations into the Iran-Contra affair of the mids. Little Hoover Commission, Turning Policy Recommendations Into Law The Commission's biennial report summarizes all Commission activities and accomplishments during the and legislative session.
The Chicago Commission on Race Relations, composed of six whites and six blacks, who engaged the work of as many as twenty-two whites and fifteen blacks, heard nearly two hundred witnesses, and. This is an unofficial, interpretive, for the most part expository report on the findings and recommendations made in the official report of the second Hoover Commission.
The Commission, which functioned from toprobed economy and. This is an unofficial, interpretive, for the most part expository report on the findings and recommendations made in the official report of the second Hoover Commission.
The Commission, which functioned from toprobed economy and efficiency throughout the executive branch of government.
The postal and civil service systems, Bureau of Mines, Department of Defense, Foreign. On July 7,The Lodge-Brown Act ofestablished The Commission on Organization of the Executive Branch of the Government. The Commission was given its popular name―The Hoover Commission ―for its Chairman, former President Herbert Hoover.
Since Hoover chaired a second commission under President Eisenhower, this Commission became. It was established in on the recommendation of the second Hoover Commission. WikiMatrix He was a member of the medical advisory committee of the Hoover Commission and was chairman of the President's Commission on Heart Disease, Cancer and Stroke during the Johnson Administration.
Of the 59 measures relating to the Second Hoover Commission's recommendations which were referred to the Senate Committee on Government Operations, 36 were favorably acted upon by our Subcommittee. After consolidations and approval by the full Committee on Government Operations, 16 bills, incorporating the objectives of these 36 bills on which.
Timothy Walch is Director Emeritus of the Herbert Hoover Presidential Library and the author or editor of seventeen previous books on various historical topics including Herbert Hoover and Franklin D. Roosevelt: A Documentary History (), Herbert Hoover and Harry S.
Truman: A Documentary History (), and Uncommon Americans: The Lives and Legacies of Herbert and Lou Henry Hoover Manufacturer: Palgrave Macmillan.Nearly every other advanced democracy is managed-save for elected officials and a few top aides-by an elite cadre of top civil servants selected by highly competitive examinations.
Hudleston and Boyer tell the story of U.S. efforts to develop higher civil service, beginning with the Eisenhower administration and culminating in the passage of.Herbert Clark Hoover (Aug – Octo ) was an American engineer, businessman, and politician who served as the 31st president of the United States from to A member of the Republican Party, he held office during the onset of the Great serving as president, Hoover led the Commission for Relief in Belgium, served as the director of the U.S.