[IPAC-List] History of training and experience reviews

GAST, ILENE F ilene.gast at dhs.gov
Mon Oct 18 11:12:22 EDT 2010


Does "A Review and Meta-Analysis of Education as a Predictor of Job Performance: Summary Version" (OPRD Report 88-8, Dye & Reck) ring any bells? I don't have the full lit review (OPRD 88-9), but will be happy to send you the summary. Chuck MacLane at OPM might have the full version.



From: ipac-list-bounces at ipacweb.org on behalf of Michael McDaniel (WSF)
Sent: Sun 10/17/2010 12:30 PM
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I am seeking a decades old report that discusses, in part, the history of
training and experience (T&E) reviews. I believe that it described the
increased use of T&E reviews in the Federal government. It argued that as
the government grew larger, patronage hiring as the sole screening tool for
Federal jobs became impractical. T&Es thus gained in popularity as an
efficient tool to screen many applications for many jobs.

I believe that the document was a technical report and was authored by
someone in the State of PA personnel office, but I may be wrong. I thought
it might be the Robert Schneider (1994) IPMAAC monograpgh but I found that
report on the IPAC web site and it does not have a history.


Michael A. McDaniel, Ph.D.
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