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ERIC Number: ED064580
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1969-Sep
Pages: 48
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Historical and Progress Report of the Federal Executive Institute, an Interagency Training Facility.
Civil Service Commission, Washington, DC.
This first-year report of the Federal Executive Institute provides an historical development record and a summarization of operational progress. The institute, located in Charlottesville, Virginia, has the following broad educational goals: to heighten career executive responsiveness to national needs and goals; to increase career executive appreciation of the totality of the governmental system; and to improve career executive knowledge of managerial processes. The "Residential Program in Executive Education" is the core educational activity of the Institute; it is an eight-week program that is held five times each fiscal year for 60 people per session. Educational methods used are lecture discussions, seminars, workshops and laboratories, policy/management studies, films and tapes, and reading materials. The Institute staffing, University of Virginia Collaboration, outside faculty resources, advisory board, evaluation of the Institute, follow-on activities, Summer and Fall short seminars, special programs, formal and informal organizational relations, publicity, facility and food services, and funding are briefly discussed. Appendixes provide the following: (1) Lectures, Seminars, Policy/Management Studies; (2) Curriculum Graphic; (3) Faculty and Staff; (4) Outside Resources; (5) Original Advisory Board; and (6) Budgets, FY 1969 and 1970. (DB)
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Authoring Institution: Civil Service Commission, Washington, DC.