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Definition of Noncareer
Lexicographical Neighbors of Noncareer
Literary usage of Noncareer
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Managing Diplomacy: The United States and Japan by Harrison M. Holland (1984)
"The latter position is usually always earmarked for a noncareer officer. ... They seldom if ever occupy a position formerly held by a noncareer employee. ..."
2. The Plum Book: U. S. Government Policy and Supporting Positions for 9,000 by DIANE Publishing Company (1996)
"The proportion of noncareer appointees may, however, vary from "agency to agency (up to a ... OPM approves each use of a noncareer authority by an agency, ..."
3. Senior Executive Service: Opinions about the Federal Work Environment (1993)
"Responding noncareer SES members in 1991 indicated major differences of opinion about ... For 11 supervisory traits, noncareer SES respondents had major ..."
4. Senior Executive Service: Diversity Increased in the Past Decade by Carlotta C. Joyner (2001)
"1 shows for each year over the 1990 through 1999 period the overall size of the noncareer SES as well as the number of women, men, minorities, and whites. ..."
5. Standards of Ethical Conduct for Employees of the Executive Branch (1994)
"(a) Presidential appointees to full-time noncareer positions. A Presidential appointee to a full-time noncareer position shall not receive any outside ..."
6. Japan, Disincorporated: The Economic Liberalization Process by Leon Hollerman (1988)
"What effect do noncareer personnel have on policy? In terms of numbers, the percentage of noncareer personnel varies among agencies. ..."
7. Personnel Practices: Presidential Transition Conversions and Appointments by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"The individual worked in Congress from 1978 to 1989 and in March 1989 accepted a temporary noncareer Schedule C position with the Department of Commerce and ..."