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ERIC Number: ED030041
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1968-Jul
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Training in Oregon State Government: A Report to the Governor and the 55th Legislative Assembly.
Oregon State Civil Service Commission, Salem.
Oregon State Government's system of training is examined to determine what the operating agencies and the Civil Service Commission are doing, how educational institutions are used as resources, and how training needs are identified and training is planned. The examination revealed that (1) the lack of clear, definitive statewide policies and standards for training and development in state government contributes to disparities among operating agencies; (2) lack of authority by the Civil Service Commission to set standards for training impedes the Commission's progress in stimulating plans and programs to meet servicewide needs; (3) there is imbalance in the state's planning and programming efforts with insufficient attention being given to long range plans to meet future staff requirements; (4) educational institutions are utilized more effectively for pre-entry than for post-entry training; (5) a higher degree of intergovernmental cooperation must be anticipated. Recommendations include suggestions for legislation to support long range and continuous learning of state officers and employees. (Included are: a training systems inventory, and a list of interagency training programs and the number of courses held.) [Not available in hardcopy due to marginal legibility of original document.] (nl)
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Authoring Institution: Oregon State Civil Service Commission, Salem.
Identifiers - Location: Oregon