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Civil Service DefinedThe definition of the term Civil Service is considered to maintain two separate and individual meanings and implications. On one hand, Civil Service may refer to the hiring process latent within the realm of employment; on the other hand, Civil Service – in conjunction to departments of Civil Services – may represent the classification given to individuals employed by a government or ruling body.Civil Service Hiring PracticesEmployment practices with regard to the protocol set forth by a methodology of Civil Service are conducted in terms of designating and mandating the hiring of prospective governmental employees in conjunction with the implementation of an examination or test substantiating the ability latent within an applicant:Civil Service exams institute the structuring of employment-based hierarchy with regard to both the grade of pay, as well as occupational responsibility in accordance to the results of individual Civil Service examinations; these examinations are oftentimes referred to through the usage of the catchall colloquialism ‘Civil Service Exams’The subject matter present on Civil Service examinations is liable for adjustment as per the evolution of inherent job requirements and job responsibilitiesWhat are Civil Services?The definition of Civil Service that does not involve the merit-based substantiation of governmental employment is commonly classified in accordance with its corollary catchall term - Civil Services. The classification of Civil Services will typically vary on a locational basis; while certain governmental departments belonging to certain countries or nations may be classified as Civil Services, those same classifications may not be applicable in peripheral nations.Civil Service in the United States of AmericaAlthough the specification of Civil Services varies on the basis of country and gubernatorial structure, employment classified as Civil Services positions within the United States are largely classified as governmental employees, which typically excludes the United States Military; however, some individuals may unofficially categorize certain classifications of the United States Military as Civil Services – the classification is rarely uniform. Yet, the following governmental departments within the United States of America are officially recognized as Civil Services:Executive Civil ServicesThe President of the United StatesThe Whitehouse StaffThe National Security AdministrationThe Office of Drug Control PolicyThe Office of Science and TechnologiesThe Office of Veteran AffairsThe Department of DefenseThe Department of Homeland SecurityThe Department of TreasuryThe Department of JusticeThe Department of CommerceThe Department of EducationThe Department of LaborThe State DepartmentThe Department of EnergyThe Department of Housing and DevelopmentThe Department of Health and Human ServicesThe Department of the InteriorIndependent Civil ServicesThe United States Postal ServiceThe National Aeronautics and Space AdministrationThe Central Intelligence AgencyThe Environmental Protection AgencyThe Federal Deposit Insurance CorporationOffice of Personnel ManagementThe Small Business AdministrationThe Social Security AdministrationUnited States Civil Service CommissionIn 1883 - following the assassination of President James A. Garfield, which occurred at the hands of Charles Guiteau – legislative reform was enacted with regard to the appointment and hiring processes regarding Civil Service employment. Charles Guiteau was rejected from his attempt to be employed under a Civil Service position under the Presidency of James Garfield; in response, he shot and killed President Garfield as a means of punishment for his rejected application. The Pendleton Civil Service Reform Act enforced the following:Civil Service examinations were required by all applicantsCivil Service employees were prohibited from the appointment, as well as the termination mandated by elected officials; the tactic was enacted in order to prevent similar recourse undertaken by Charles Guiteau
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    Civil Service Defined

    The definition of the term Civil Service is considered to maintain two separate and individual meanings and implications. On one hand, Civil Service may refer to the hiring process latent within the realm of employment; on the other hand, Civil Service – in conjunction to departments of Civil Services – may represent the classification given to individuals employed by a government or ruling body.


    Civil Service Hiring Practices

    Employment practices with regard to the protocol set forth by a methodology of Civil Service are conducted in terms of designating and mandating the hiring of prospective governmental employees in conjunction with the implementation of an examination or test substantiating the ability latent within an applicant:

    Civil Service exams institute the structuring of employment-based hierarchy with regard to both the grade of pay, as well as occupational responsibility in accordance to the results of individual Civil Service examinations; these examinations are oftentimes referred to through the usage of the catchall colloquialism ‘Civil Service Exams’

    The subject matter present on Civil Service examinations is liable for adjustment as per the evolution of inherent job requirements and job responsibilities

    What are Civil Services?

    The definition of Civil Service that does not involve the merit-based substantiation of governmental employment is commonly classified in accordance with its corollary catchall term - Civil Services. The classification of Civil Services will typically vary on a locational basis; while certain governmental departments belonging to certain countries or nations may be classified as Civil Services, those same classifications may not be applicable in peripheral nations.

    Civil Service in the United States of America

    Although the specification of Civil Services varies on the basis of country and gubernatorial structure, employment classified as Civil Services positions within the United States are largely classified as governmental employees, which typically excludes the United States Military; however, some individuals may unofficially categorize certain classifications of the United States Military as Civil Services – the classification is rarely uniform. Yet, the following governmental departments within the United States of America are officially recognized as Civil Services:

    Executive Civil Services

    The President of the United States

    The Whitehouse Staff

    The National Security Administration

    The Office of Drug Control Policy

    The Office of Science and Technologies

    The Office of Veteran Affairs

    The Department of Defense

    The Department of Homeland Security

    The Department of Treasury

    The Department of Justice

    The Department of Commerce

    The Department of Education

    The Department of Labor

    The State Department

    The Department of Energy

    The Department of Housing and Development

    The Department of Health and Human Services

    The Department of the Interior

    Independent Civil Services

    The United States Postal Service

    The National Aeronautics and Space Administration

    The Central Intelligence Agency

    The Environmental Protection Agency

    The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

    Office of Personnel Management

    The Small Business Administration

    The Social Security Administration

    United States Civil Service Commission

    In 1883 - following the assassination of President James A. Garfield, which occurred at the hands of Charles Guiteau – legislative reform was enacted with regard to the appointment and hiring processes regarding Civil Service employment. Charles Guiteau was rejected from his attempt to be employed under a Civil Service position under the Presidency of James Garfield; in response, he shot and killed President Garfield as a means of punishment for his rejected application. The Pendleton Civil Service Reform Act enforced the following:

    Civil Service examinations were required by all applicants

    Civil Service employees were prohibited from the appointment, as well as the termination mandated by elected officials; the tactic was enacted in order to prevent similar recourse undertaken by Charles Guiteau

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