345 Boyer Ave, Walla Walla, WA 99362, United States
Campbell received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Whitman College in 1949.
Cambridge, MA 02138, United States
In 1950 Campbell became a Master of Public Administration at Harvard University, receiving his Doctor of Philosophy degree there two more years later.
Campbell was a chair of the United States Civil Service Commission from 1977 to 1979.
Campbell was a director of the United States Office of Personnel Management from 1979 till 1981.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Campbell worked as an executive vice president of ARA Services, now known as Aramark, from 1980.
Campbell received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Whitman College in 1949. Next year he became a Master of Public Administration at Harvard University, receiving his Doctor of Philosophy degree there two more years later.
Campbell had many honorary degrees, including an honorary Doctor of Laws degree from Whitman College in 1972, honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree from Ohio State University in 1979 and honorary Doctor of Laws degree from Syracuse University in 1990.
Campbell was the champion of the Civil Service Reform Act of 1978. The Act disbanded the Federal Civil Service Commission and replaced it with three agencies, including the Office of Personnel Management, that adapted practices and policies of private-sector businesses.
Campbell held many teaching positions at colleges and universities throughout the United States, including Harvard University, Hofstra University, Syracuse University, and the University of Texas at Austin. During the Carter Administration in the late 1970s, Campbell was appointed chairperson of the United States Civil Service Commission in 1977, and in 1979 he became the first director of the newly created Office of Personnel Management, holding the post till 1981. In 1980 he joined the private sector as executive vice president of ARA Services, now known as Aramark.
Campbell contributed to professional journals, as well as to Watergate: Implications for Responsible Government. Campbell also wrote and edited several books. They are Metropolitan America: Fiscal Patterns and Governmental Systems (with Seymour Sacks), Taxes, Expenditures, and Economic Base: The Case of New York City (with Roy Bahl and David Greytak), and The Political Economy of State and Local Government Reform (editor with Bahl).
Campbell was married to Linna Jane Owen from March 9, 1945. The couple is survived by two children - Kimberly Ann and Charles Duncan.