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ERIC Number: ED010783
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966-Jun
Pages: 50
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DEVELOPING NEW YORK CITY'S HUMAN RESOURCES, VOLUME 1, JUNE, 1966.
SVIRIDOFF, MITCHELL; AND OTHERS
A HUMAN RESOURCES ADMINISTRATION (HRA) SHOULD BE CREATED TO PROVIDE EVERY LOW-INCOME RESIDENT WITH USEFUL EMPLOYMENT AT AN ADEQUATE INCOME, AN EDUCATION, AND AN OPPORTUNITY TO PARTICIPATE IN AND RECEIVE SERVICES FROM PROGRAMS ESTABLISHED TO HELP HIM. AN ADMINISTRATOR, RESPONSIBLE TO THE MAYOR, WOULD OVERSEE THE CREATION OF POLICY FOR THE PROGRAM AND THE COORDINATION OF THE SERVICES. WITHIN HRA, A DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT WOULD COORDINATE COMMUNITY ACTION PROGRAMS. RECRUITMENT, TRAINING, AND JOB PLACEMENT ACTIVITIES WOULD BE DIRECTED BY A DEPARTMENT OF MANPOWER AND CAREER DEVELOPMENT, AND AN OFFICE OF EDUCATION LIAISON WOULD BE RESPONSIBLE FOR DEVELOPING CLOSE RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN THE CITY ADMINISTRATION AND THE BOARDS OF EDUCATION AND HIGHER EDUCATION. THE WELFARE DEPARTMENT AND THE YOUTH BOARD WOULD REMAIN AS THEY ARE PRESENTLY ORGANIZED. TO CARRY OUT THIS PROGRAM EFFECTIVELY, A PROGRAM-PLANNING-BUDGET SYSTEM SHOULD BE ESTABLISHED TO COORDINATE THE BUDGETING WITH THE GOALS OF THE PROGRAM. IN ADDITION, HRA SHOULD ADMINISTER THE HUMAN RESOURCES ASPECTS OF A DEMONSTRATION CITIES PROGRAM WHEN FUNDS BECOME AVAILABLE. (JL)
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Identifiers: HUMAN RESOURCES ADMINISTRATION; New York (New York)