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The National Commission on Productivity was established in 1970. In 1974 the name was changed to National Commission on Productivity and Work Quality. Early in 1975 the National Center for Productivity was proposed to succeed the National Commission on Productivity and Work Quality, but was not passed into law. In Nov. 1975 this Commission was replaced by the newly named National Center for Productivity and Quality of Working Life, and in Oct. 1978, by the National Productivity Council.Works by these bodies are found under the following headings according to the name used at the time of publication:National Commission on Productivity.National Commission on Productivity and Work Quality.National Center for Productivity.National Center for Productivity and Quality of Working Life.National Productivity Council (U.S.)SUBJECT ENTRY: Works about these bodies are entered under the name used during the latest period covered.
National Committee Of Applied Mechanics : Applied mechanics : progress and applications : proceedings of the third Australasian Congress on Applied Mechanics : Sydney, Australia, 20-22 February 2002 / edited by Liangchi Zhang, Liyong Tong, John Gal.
National Committee On Employment Of Youth U S : The subprofessional, from concepts to career. A report of a Conference to Expand and Develop Subprofessional Roles in Health, Education and Welfare / by Edith F. Lynton, conducted by the National Committee on Employment of Youth.
National Communication Association U S : Voices of strong democracy : concepts and models for service-learning in communication studies / David Droge and Bren Ortega Murphy, volume editors ; Edward Zlotkowski, series editor.