THE ADMINISTRATION: More Room for Fairness

Many critics of the Government's personnel security program admit that its flaws show up less in the wording of Executive Order 10450, which sets the standards and procedures, than in the way the program is carried out. Last week Attorney General Herbert Brownell announced a new set of procedures to reduce the number of unfair deeds committed by security officers and boards in the name of "Ten-Four-Fifty." President Eisenhower approved Brownell's recommendations and ordered them put into effect. The new rules:

¶ "Charges against the employee should be drawn as specifically as possible . . . enough to be...

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