June 1, 1921 (13th Parliament, 5th Session)

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Hon. Sir HENRY DRAYTON:

1. $158,333.49 made up as follows: (a) classifying service and reorganizing staff and office procedure, $51,199.83; (b) fitting classification to personnel Post Office Department, $6,260.11; (c) fitting classification to remaining personnel, $63,106.25; (d) bonus work, $4,078.18; (e) reorganization Department Public Printing and Stationery, $33,689.12. The above figures cover the period inclusive from August, 1918, when the Arthur Young Company were first employed, until October, 1920, when their contract with the Civil Service Commission ceased. The gross amount paid to Griffenhagen & Company up to April 30, 1921, was $113,603.08.

Topic:   QUESTIONS
Subtopic:   CIVIL SERVICE - CLASSIFICATION AND REORGANIZATION
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