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We could find co indication trat current management officials were either applying pressure or were aware of any irregularities in Ettempting to employ the case requested candidates. Further, we ioud no evidence pointing to the existence of a plan to favor former Sorth American Rocswell employees, as alleged in the Subcommittee Peport.

He sould point out that there bas been a change in the leadersalp os he Så Personnel Office as well as several key staff changes in the sport jobs oz the ofiice. Hopefully these changes will result in igrovecents in Personel azgerent in the agency as well as preventing & recurrence of the types of actions e found to have taken place in the past.

in addition to the cases cited in the House Report, nine nare requests made by HSA during 1973-74 were also reviewed, Out of the nine, there is evidence of presential treatment in one case. In this 1n3r2e, preferential treatment appears to reve been accorded the nape requested candidato primarily because of pressures coming from outside the Department.

To deal with the problems we found we are requiring lipTSA to:

-Subott a revised promotion plen to us witàin 60 days.

-Develop and administer an orientation prograd for nanagers and suçervisors on the proper use oi cerit staffing procedures. All carazers are to have received the required training within 120 days of this report.

-Terminato all icproper details and establish controls on future details within 30 days.

This report does not include an investigation of the four name requests race by the Administrative Office of the United States Courts and cited in the Couse Report. O plans, presently, are to conduct a general personnel canazedent evaluation at the courts and at tirat tine review the four cases. We anticipate degiming this review the latter part o this year.

le will advise you of our findings in those cases upon the conclusion of our evaluation.

Sincerely yours,
Simad E. Ecmpton

9/11/14 Rocert E. Hampton Chairman

NINETY-THIRD CONGRESS

C.S. House of Representatives

THADDEUS J. DULSKI, N.Y., CHAIRMAN DAVON HORRONS.

H. R. GROSS, IOWA MOPRIS Y..LOLAR.

EDWARD ). DLRWINSKI, ILL. DOL V. DASI, NJ.

ALBOT W. JOHNSON, PA N.C.NUX, PA.

LAWRENCE J. MOGAN, MO. JAWSM. HANLEY. N.Y.

JOHN H. POUSSELOT, CALP. CHARISH WILSON CAUT.

WALTER E. POWELL, OHIO JIVIR.WU.Z. CALIF.

PICHARD W. MALLARY, VT. HANDS. , TEX.

ANDREW J. HINSHAW, CALIF. WILLAY O. F. MOX.

L. A. (SXIP) RAPOLIS, FLA. Para ). SPASCO. N.Y.

JAMES M. COLUNS, TEX
WILLIA (W) CLAY, MO.

GUNE TANLOR, MO.
PATPCIA SOTER, COLO.
MOE CAXUTY, MASS.
WILLIAM LEXMAN, SUA.

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The Honorable Robert E. Hampel
Chairman
Civil Service Commission
Washington, D. C. 20415

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SEP 1 7 1974

Dear Mr. Chairman:

This will acknowledge receipt of your letter of September 12, 1974, transmitting the Commission's comprehensive report dealing with fourteen name requests cases at the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration cited in House Report No. 93-925.

The Committee is in accord with the requirements the
Commission has placed upon the National Highway Traffic Safety
Administration as a result of our combined efforts.

I look forward to receiving the report on the name requests made by the Administrative Office of the United States Courts, as cited in the House report. I also look forward to receiving the report on your investigation, on a sampling basis, of 100 positions filled at various agencies as a result of name requests, as outlined in your letter of May 10, 1974.

I want to thank you again for your cooperation, and that of your staff, in this entire matter.

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This refers to your letter of February 24 enclosing, in order to complete the record of the Joint Committee's recent hearings on standards of conduct, a list of additional questions and a list of material to be supplied for the record.

The information requested by these lists is set out in the enclosed memorandum and I would appreciate it if this letter and the enclosed memorandum were made part of the record.

The enclosed memorandum is based, in part, on my personal recollection and, in part, on investigations I requested be made by others in the Company. I believe the statements in the memorandum to be as accurate and complete as we have been able to develop.

Our responses are made as of the date of the hearing and cover the period of the prior three years, consistent with the procedure followed in the Company's

The Honorable William Proxmire
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March 15, 1976

response to your letter of October 31, 1975, as clarified by Senator Tower's letter of January 2, 1976.

I wish to thank you and the other members of the Committee for the courtesies extended to me in connection with these hearings.

Blenderson

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