Department of Defense Political Appointments: Positions and Process

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D.
Chronology of PAS Positions Assigned
to OSD Functional Areas
This appendix presents a chronology of PAS-position authorizations from 1947 through May 1999. This appendix lists the dates when functional areas first gained authorized PAS status but does not reflect the dates when functions lost PAS-position authorizations or when functions regained PAS-position status. The authorizations are grouped by four-year blocks that roughly match presidential terms.1947 to 1948
1947—Legislative Affairs
1947—Supply, Logistics, and Installations
1948—Public Affairs
1949 to 1952
1949—Atomic Energy, later Nuclear, Chemical, and Biological
1949—Comptroller
1949—Health Affairs
1949—International Security Policy
1949—Administration
1953 to 1956
1953—General Counsel
1953—Research and Development
1955—Manpower
1957 to 1960
1961—Civil Defense (function abolished in 1964)
1961 to 1964
1965—Systems Analysis, later variations of Program
Analysis and Evaluation
1965 to 1968
None

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Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Preface iii
  • Contents v
  • Figures vii
  • Tables ix
  • Summary xi
  • Acknowledgments xvii
  • Acronyms xix
  • 1 - Introduction 1
  • 2 - Trends in DOD Political Appointees 3
  • 3 - The Appointment Process and Rules Governing Political Appointees 19
  • 4 - Conclusion 41
  • A - An Overview of the Federal Workforce System 45
  • B - DOD Pas Position Data Sources 49
  • C - Pas Position Titles in Osd from 1947 to 1999 by Function 53
  • D - Chronology of Pas Positions Assigned to Osd Functional Areas 69
  • E - Authorized Osd Pas Positions by Function (May 31, 1999) 71
  • References 73
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