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Government agency executive

Philip Allen Schneider, American government agency executive. National Defense Education Act fellow, 1964-1967; National Science Foundation fellow, 1968.

Background

Schneider, Philip Allen was born on October 26, 1938 in St. Louis. Son of John Henry and Elizabeth (Stellwagen) Schneider.

Education

AB, Cornell University, 1961. Doctor of Philosophy, Duke University, 1968.

Career

Intelligence officer United States Army Security Agency, Arlington, Virginia, 1962-1964. Programming group leader Defense Communications Agency, 1964. Software consultant Duke University and University North Carolina, Durham, 1964-1968.

Dir science services United States Army Systems Analysis Group, Fort Belvoir, Virginia, 1968-1972. Chief manpower statistics division United States Civil Service Commission, Washington, 1972-1975. Assistant director workforce information United States Office of Personnel Management, 1975—1994.

Assistant professor University Virginia, Charlottesville, 1968-1972, associate professor, Northern Virginia Community College, Annandale, 1973-1985. Professor George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia, since 1986. Associate professor Coastal Carolina University, 1994-2008, emeritus professor bioethics, since 2008.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: New Foundations for confirmation in Science, 1968, Measures of Effectiveness for Combat Developments, 1971, Digital Topographic Mapping for combat Simulation, 1972, Privacy Act Regulations, 1975. Editor: Federal Civilian Workforce Statistics, 1974-1994, The Guide for Processing Personnel Actions, 1976-1994, Personnel Records and Files Systems, 1976-1994, Federal Personnel Data Standards, 1976-1994, Race Ethnic Data Collection in the Federal Civil Service, JASA, 1980, Search for a Class Ceiling, The Public Manager, 1993, A Note on Mr. De Morgan, American Psychological Association Newsletter on Teaching Philosophy, 1997, The Demise of Ethical Manism, OJE, 2000, A Study of Twelve Hospital Ethics Commitees, Journal SCMA, 2000.

      Director The Public Manager Magazine, 1987-1993.

Membership

Member Fairfax County (Virginia) Citizens Commision on Declining Enrollment in secretary Schools Captain United States Army, 1962-1964. Member of the United States Senior Executive Svc. (charter member), Federal Executive Institute Alumni Association (director) 1982-1986, vice president 1986), American Statistical Association, American Philosophical Association, Delta Tau Delta.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: long distance running, handball, bridge.

Connections

Married Mary Linda Brown, June 28, 1963. Children: Martha Glenn, Mary Elizabeth, John Mahlon, Linda Anne, David Allen, Patrick Brown.

father:
John Henry Schneider

mother:
Elizabeth (Stellwagen) Schneider

spouse:
Mary Linda Brown

children:
Martha Glenn Schneider

Mary Elizabeth Schneider

John Mahlon Schneider

Linda Anne Schneider

David Allen Schneider

Patrick Brown Schneider