Program management (31 - 38 of 38 items)
The Federal Bureau of Investigation Needs Better Representation of Women and Minorities
FPCD-78-58: Published: Jul 10, 1978. Publicly Released: Jul 10, 1978.
The Civil Service Commission (CSC) has the authority to enforce equal employment opportunity (EEO) and nondiscrimination in the federal government until a reorganization plan which will transfer enforcement authority to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission goes into effect. The Federal Bureau of Investigation's (FBI) EEO program is part of its overall centralized personnel management system...
Inadequacies in Data Processing Planning in the Department of the Interior
FGMSD-78-41: Published: Jun 23, 1978. Publicly Released: Jun 23, 1978.
In fiscal year 1977, the Department of the Interior spent over $50 million for acquisition, operation, and use of automatic data processing (ADP) resources. Interior uses computer systems for processing scientific, statistical, engineering, land management, enforcement, and safety programs, but it is not as economical or effective in its acquisition and use of ADP resources as it should be.Althoug...
Federal Statistical Activity Control Act, H.R. 11253
106262: Jun 9, 1978
Two issues pertaining to H.R. 11253 which will affect its successful implementation and achievement of its desired results are: (1) Federal statistical programs should be grouped by some common denominator when presented to Congress for evaluation; and (2) a two-step approach is needed for evaluating all Federal statistical programs. Possible approaches to program groupings are: focusing attention...
Effectiveness of BIA Coordination with Other Federal Agencies
CED-78-47: Published: Feb 8, 1978. Publicly Released: Feb 8, 1978.
Four reports were compiled in a review of Bureau of Indian Affairs programs and processes. A two-part report on Indian natural resources concluded that the Department of Interior had not given Indians the necessary assistance to properly manage their natural resources. The report recommended that procedures be established among various responsible agencies and Indian tribes to coordinate reservati...
Most Agency Programs for Employees with Alcohol-Related Problems Still Ineffective
HRD-77-75: Published: Sep 7, 1977. Publicly Released: Sep 7, 1977.
In order to provide a comprehensive federal program for prevention and treatment of alcohol abuse, legislation was enacted and, in July 1971, guidelines were issued requiring agencies and departments to develop programs to help employees with alcohol-related problems.Although officials interviewed differed in views of the extent of the problem of alcohol abuse, there was general agreement that it...
Progress and Problems in Treating Alcohol Abusers
HRD-76-163: Published: Apr 28, 1977. Publicly Released: Apr 28, 1977.
Although progress has been made in the treatment of alcohol abusers as a result of Federal and State efforts, problems still exist in the development of a cohesive national program.The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism and State planning for treatment programs should concentrate more on: (1) obtaining information on the size of the alcohol-abusing population, its demographic chara...
Administration of Federal Assistance Programs--A Case Study Showing Need for Additional Improvements
HRD-76-91: Published: Jul 28, 1976. Publicly Released: Jul 28, 1976.
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