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STATINTL STATINTL STATINTL STATINTL Appwed For ReleaS4' 2000/08/15 : CIA-RDP80-00832A000Y00900144d C-I-A U-S-E 0-N-L-Y SUMMARY AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE COMMITTEE 9 October 1958 SUGGESTION NO. 59-90: dated 15 Se tember 1958 GS-9, Storekeeper t at, DD/S A. leitiltLALUSIMakai Suggester proposes a new method for the storing of furniture at This method consists of stacking the furniture on racks -- thus saving floor space. Picture of this system will be displayed at the meeting. ? Ammax_21-gyalmatiala On 26 September 1958, Chief t Admin Staffs 01., stated* "This suggestion concerns improved storage for furniture and represents a new idea for the Agency. Adoption of this suggestion will result in monetary savings (initially about $3,500; subsequently $350 per annum). These savings are accomplished by more effi,.lient operations, economizing on materials, and a more efficient 11603 of storage space. The suggestion is a good ono and will be placed in full effect, without modification, if finally approved. This suggestion should be graded 'Moderate-Limited'." D. On 9 October 1958, office informed the Suggestion Awards Staff that this procedure is underway and partially in effect at this date. 2.15291111$26.Ual-PLEMILaY.LkitrettltaX 1. Line-of-duty (Go-9* Storekeeper) 2. No award -- based on line-of-duty status. 3. Referral to CSC for possible Government-wide application. DIELII2EL.C11-9-20111311/11 4.0 Adopted .7iiAward ......_?.Xetter of Appreciation Not Adopted ....:.,.Referral to CSC Approved For Release 2082/09115i klic1112MA01.3262g0i00821101.4y1 STATINTL 25X1A 25X1A Apdgpved For Rettig!'Se 2000/08/15 : CIA-RDP80-00832A00860090014460 SUMMARY AND RECOYMENDATIONS FOR THE COMM/TTEE 9 October 1958 SUGGESTION NO. 58-482: dated 12 April 1958 =)TRI!!!!,7116 GS-6, Deputy Asst. Supervisor A. lieelaY....d..?.11.991a1911 Suggester proposes that the separation of copy-flo for Archives be done by the RI/Files Clerk instead of RI/Index Clerke B. k`Amax.i.d.guly?.. On 31 July 1958, Deputy Chief, RID, RID, stated: for Chief, 25X1A "This procedural change will benefit the requester by per- mitting direct referral of his request to the RID section concerned and will benefit RID by shortening the editing process through concentration in one section. The machine, rather than Manual, cutting of the requests according to sections will also permit savings in manpower. "RID cannot estimate the tangible benefits resulting from these changes. However, the intangible savings are con- sidered to be of moderate benefit and local application." In October 1958, stated: 25X1A "Concur withIMQ01110 f 31 July and believe this should be the basis or an award." C. 211020?.1111.9.4-2UnkatIM,..?.9,92L9.14XX 1. Not in line-of-duty ((35-6, Deputy Asst. Supervisor) . 2. Award based on Intangible Benefits (ModerateeLocall $100-150) gt-g.AMittat Adopted Award Letter of Appreciation D. ktr 0.2551.214. ,jot Adopted 25X1A Approved For Release 2000/08/15 : CIA-RDP80-00832A000200090014-1 STATINTL Awved For Reisase 2000/08/15 : CIA-RDP80-00832Adtt6000900iWoi CI-A I-N-T-SeReN-A-L U-S-E 0-N-L-Y SUMMARY AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE COMMITTEE 9 October 1958 SUGGESTION NO. 58.1281 dated /7 u1y 1957 A. G3-4, Clerk-Typist Printing Services Division, OL, DD/S 1.43141.109.204al Suggetter designed a form for compiling on..the-job training figures and proposed preprinting of this form for Agency use. (Copy of printed form attached as TAB A) kladaXestLekeYWattelank On 3 October 1957, Chief, Admin Staff, OLMMMMM. stated; STATINTL The proposed form ha S been used on a trial basis by the Printing Services Division for several months. It has been found that it is very adaptable in keeping a daily record of training time. Each month when the form Is submitted for com- pilation of the information and the preparation of Form 1025, a more accurate report can be completed in less time. Before this form was tried out, training figures were obtained in various methods. Some supervisors submitted the figuees each day on small acraps of paper. Some reported at the end of the month and others estimated the amount monthly. It is apparent that this was not the most accurate method. "As pointed out In the suggestion, this preprinted form also provides a permanent record of on-the-job training figures which is helpful in compiling additional data whenever it is required. In the past, it was a time-consuming job to compile any additional data. However, by using the proposed form, the Information can be assembled in a minimum of time." Offices of DD/I, DD/P and Personnel'indicated that they had no need for such a form. The Training Officer for the Office of Logistics, because of the peculiar on-the-job tralniag records which must be kept on Office of Logistics employees (journeymen, apprenticeships, etc.), strongly advocated the adoption of this suggestion. A complete copy of his comments is attached as TAB B. On 28 July 1958, Forms Management Branch ordered these forms for the use of the Office of Logistics. Approved For Release 2000/08/15 ? GlArRDP80:00882AW95390014-1 C-1-.A ApprcAtfor Relase/2000/08/15 : CIA-RDP80-00832A000609001414004 C-I-A U-S-E Sugg. No. 58-128 Contd. C. D. STATINTL garailX1...inklitnatigns 1. Not In line-of-duty (GS-4, Clerk-Typist) 2. $50.00 award based on Intangible Benefits (Moderate-.Limited) =Wu Award ,Letter of Appreciation Hot Adopted 72141- - 2 - Approved For Release-agoozmzictrAWRADk00444A0000001).414-1 Approved For Release 2000/08/15 : CIA-RDP80-00832A000200090014-1 TYPE OF TRAINING o ON THE JOB TRAINING RECORD ill MONTH TRAINEE 1 2 3 4 5 5 1 7 A 1 11 10 11 12 13 14 I 15 16 17 18 18 20 21 22 23 24 23 26 27 28 2) 30 31 1TOTA - - MIIII- A iiilii II - 4 1 A A 1 1 ? 4_ r _i__ + -4- ---- _i.__t -* _4 - -4 -t-- 4- - -- t I FORM ti8 7 ? Approved For Release 2000/08/15 : CIA-RDP80-00832A000200090014-1 ?- 'Approved ForRerease 2000/08/15 : CIARDP80-00832A01502000900T4-1 Office Memorandum ? UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT ) Chif -.;.v.t.raLive Stall, FROM Trainina Officer, OL SUBJECT: Comments About the On-the-Job Training Aecord Form - Employee Sugreetion No. 58-128 DATE 1. I concur with your remark that this suggestion should at least receive a commendatory memcranaum, even though it has been rejected by the Suggestion Awards (k.gamittee for an award. The attached Comments from other Agency components eatablie0, that this particular form cannot be used elsewhere in the Agency for I-kr:0rd- ing on-the-job training on a daily basis. rhis form has been in constant daily use within the Printing Services Division from the time ween the on-the-job training programs were formally adopted and approved by the Office of Training last year. 2. The record t%)rm was adapted and developed within the Dtvision for the keeping of daily- on-the-job records. It has some similarity with cter such forms lsed throughout the printIng indnstry commercial associat:Ichs? COC.I.e.3 and ;1.4.vate ci.hlani_u- Licris who likeeIle kf,t,p letLilcd recor,_le 61 their cwn apf.rentice- ship and in-servi,it training orogreas. At the time of the cy OTA or ali on-the-.1oo trailing in logistics, the record t6rm was developed to ehatc,.e suiervis to 4cep c,dse recorc or ail tralung rven to,oloyee.L:Jetailed records must be kept of all on-the- job, in-service, and apprtnticeship trairng, because such records directly assist the supervisor and employer in establishing the basis for Individual promotion, and ult-lmate ;lob advancement to the journey- man level. PromtIon and job advancement are made in accordance with the age-sae pattern and normal apprenticeenip standards cf the ';overnment Printing C.ffice. Periodic ware increases establish the level of the apprentice's skill ano ability. 3. Aptrenticea!-An and in-service training in this country are based on standards set Dy tne bureau oi Apprenticeehip, U. S. Depart- ment of Labor. Apprenticeship agreements between the employer was the apprentice set forth the terms and the conditions Cf the appr-r. ticeship in each individual case. The conditions cover the numbe- ot hours to be worked, classroom instruction, periodic examinations :a:a controlled work practice. The major processes, branches, or chaser_ of the particular trade and occupation are listed, including al7rr:i7i- mate time to be spent in each phase. Promotion and advancement for the apprentice is set down in accordaboe with a progressively in- creasing scale, to ie expressed In wages or percent of a journeyman 5 rate. Approved For Release 2000/08/15: CIA-RDP80-00832A000200090014-1 STATINTL Approved For Release 2000/08/15 : CIA-RDP80-00832A000200090014-1 ecomn?nt!..i knout 1r-th6-JoL iU ocoru rorm - apT)renticeship systerk ac.7u1ted oy tne rederal c(overnment and emcioyere In the uifferent traues, including the ,I?iTtinft trades. it 13 general_Ly recognized that certain occu- pons may de customarily learned in a practical way, through training and warit experience on tne job. The limits for these 1-ro,(7ram5 vary, aila In the orintin:: trAdes the length of trainng reatrIreC for journeyman level is two cr more years - nearly 4,000 or puu'v notice ot tCUi woric experience and in-service training. At.t h114C-t LI, 4, :4 !Gi'ellt.S _from :1 er v Diatributinn and i - Addressee OWAS/F&T81111111111111V41.34 C14 Apr 5 ) Approved For Release 2000/08/15: CIA-RDP80-00832A000200090014-1 STATINTL