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|Title:||Pendleton Civil Service Reform Act (1883)|
|Authors:||United States Congress|
|Publisher:||United States Government|
|Series/Report no.:||Simplify Acquisition - Services|
|Abstract:||The Pendleton Act provided that Federal Government jobs be awarded on the basis of merit and that Government employees be selected through competitive exams. The act also made it unlawful to fire or demote for political reasons employees who were covered by the law. The law further forbids requiring employees to give political service or contributions. The Civil Service Commission was established to enforce this act.|
|Appears in Collections:||Section 809 Panel: Reports, Recommendations & Resource Library|
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