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Published on Jun 24, 2012
June 2012: Members of President Nixon's Personnel team explore the recruitment process and consider possible reasons for the enduring prominence of non-political professionals originally attracted to Washington during the Nixon Administration. Participants include Barbara Hackman Franklin, former White House staff assistant and director of the Task Force on Women's Rights and Responsibilities; E. Pendelton James, former Deputy Special Assistant to the President for Executive Recruiting; Jerry H. Jones, former Director of the White House Office of Personnel; Allan G. Kaupinen, former Assistant Administrator of the General Services Administration; and Frederic V. Malek, former Director of the White House Personnel Office and Deputy Director of the Office of Management and Budget. Geoffrey C. Shepard, former Associate Director of the White House Domestic Council, moderated.