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Transcripts of conferences on possible constitutional change in civil service

Held by the New York State Archives


Overview of the Records

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New York State Archives

New York State Education Department

Cultural Education Center

Albany, NY 12230

Summary:
These conferences were held prior to the 1967 State Constitutional Convention to solicit suggestions for changes in the State Constitution's civil service provisions. This series consists of audio tapes, stenographer's notes and typed transcripts of conferences held by the Civil Service Commission with agency heads, consultants, and representatives of the Civil Service Employees Association, Personnel Council, and the American Society for Public Administration. All transcripts and most tapes and notes are identified as to date of conference and organization represented.
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2 cu. ft.(includes 38 audio tapes)
Inclusive Dates:
1966
Series Number:
14091

Administrative History

These conferences were held prior to the 1967 State Constitutional Convention to solicit suggestions for changes in the State Constitution's civil service provisions. Discussions at the conferences touched on a wide variety of topics including the classification of state positions, salary grading, examination procedures, recruitment, equal opportunity, internships, management training, responsiveness of civil service to the labor market, grievance procedures, employee representation, veterans' preference, and the role of the Department of Civil Service.

Scope and Content Note

This series consists of audio tapes, stenographer's notes and typed transcripts of conferences held by the Civil Service Commission with agency heads, consultants, and representatives of the Civil Service Employees Association, Personnel Council, and the American Society for Public Administration. All typed transcripts and most tapes and notes are identified as to date of conference and organization represented. Transcripts contain the names of all participants at a conference.

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