President's Commission on Personnel Interchange Appointment of Seven Members.
The President today announced the appointment of seven persons as members of the President's Commission on Personnel Interchange for 2-year terms. They are:
NEIL L. CUNNINGHAM, vice president, marketing and public affairs, of the First American National Bank in Nashville, Tenn.;
THOMAS W. DEWAELE, of Kailua, Oahu, Hawaii, president of small retail and wholesale luggage and sporting goods businesses;
PATRICIA J. KNOX, director of the Department of Public Information for the city of Detroit;
RICHARD E. PESQIJEIRA, president of the University of Southern Colorado in Pueblo, Colo.;
J. J. SIMMONS III, of Muskogee, Okla., vice president and assistant to the chairman of the board of Amerada Hess Corp. in New York;
JULE M. SUGARMAN, Vice Chairman of the Civil Service Commission;
PHILIP F. ZEIDMAN, a Washington attorney and former General Counsel of the Small Business Administration.
The President's Commission on Personnel Interchange was established in 1967 to develop an executive interchange program between the Federal Government and private industry. Each year, a small number of Federal employees take positions in the private sector, and a small number of industry executives are placed in Government positions. The Commission directs and monitors each year's exchange program.
Jimmy Carter, President's Commission on Personnel Interchange Appointment of Seven Members. Online by Gerhard Peters and John T. Woolley, The American Presidency Project https://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/node/244995