The decision was taken after considering the requirements of the project during the upcoming phase which calls for special focus on the areas of overlapping between the contractors undertakings, enhancing supervision on construction and adjusting the project s general schedule so that it is completed within the original timeframe.
What does GS stand for?
GS stands for General Schedule
This definition appears very frequently
See other definitions of GS
We have 113 other meanings of GS in our Acronym Attic
- Gauss-Seidel (algorithm)
- Gaza Strip
- Gear Score (World of Warcraft)
- Gedeputeerde Staten
- Geek Speak
- Geekshelter (website)
- Gelände-Strasse (German: Off-Road / On-Road; motorcycles)
- Gelijkstroom (Dutch: Direct Current)
- Gene Simmons (musician)
- General Satellite Corporation
Samples in periodicals archive:
Going in to Greentree estate on Long island, Greek Cypriot sources told media outlets that no outlines of the talks had been given, save for the general schedule describing breakfasts, lunches and photo sessions.
The transition of Defense Department civilian employees from the National Security Personnel System is proceeding, with 75 percent of the work force expected to be transferred into the General Schedule classification and pay system by late September, the defense official overseeing the effort told Congress June 9.
She entered civil service at general schedule (GS) 5 and in 24 years has advanced to the senior executive service ranks - the civil service equivalent of admirals and generals.
See President's Cup 2009 TV Schedule and General Schedule below: <strong>Thursday, October 8</strong> Local TV Times -- 12:00 p.
Categories: Government Operations, Afghanistan, Civilian employees, Claims, Contingency operations, Documentation, DOD National Security Personnel System, Eligibility criteria, Employee medical benefits, Employees, Executive agencies, Executive compensation, Federal agencies, General Schedule System, Health care facilities, Health care personnel, Human capital management, Human capital planning, Human capital policies, Iraq, Medical information systems, Overtime compensation, Pay, Strategic planning, Workers compensation
In the winter of 1959-60, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) conducted its first survey specifically designed to compare salaries of white-collar workers in private industry with the salaries established in the 15 Federal General Schedule (GS) grade levels that covered a large majority of Federal white-collar workers.