Transfer of regional activities to local post offices inconsistent with congressional intent

report to the Congress [on the] Post Office Dept.
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United States. Post Office
Statementby the Comptroller General of the United States.
LC ClassificationsHE6331 1970 .A487
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Pagination3, 28 p.
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Open LibraryOL5739080M
LC Control Number70609933

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The letter went on to say, in essence, that the Post Office would pay employees willing to make the transfer at the salary level applicable to the job, but that the Post Office was prevented by statute from paying such employees at a rate higher than that for the lowest step within the applicable salary level.

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