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THE ADMINISTRATION

outstanding loans to the extent of some £1,250,000,000, represented by houses, highways, and public utility undertakings.
Local authorities are a part of the national system of administration, and they call for consideration under that heading in respect to both the classes which constitute them as a working machine-the employed official and the elected
councillor.

(a) The Official
The first thing to be said about the 120,000 officials employed by local authorities is that "standards are uneven and no consistent effort is made by local authorities as a whole to secure the best persons for their service, and to make the best use of them."(1) In contrast with the State Civil Service there is no unified system or common method of recruitment, which accordingly varies from patronage and favouritism at one end to something like the level of Civil Service appointment at the other. In some of the bigger boroughs and counties practice is good, but elsewhere posts are given often enough to political adherents, relatives, or to the unemployed, and graft and inefficiency sometimes prevail. In response to the need increasingly felt for acknowledged standards and a suitable type of official some of the newer universities have begun in recent years a course of training which is steadily gaining recognition; but the system still leaves much to be desired. The many improvements recommended in the Hadow Report have yet to be implemented. To create a generally efficient service of a high quality much

1 The Report of the Departmental Committee on the Qualifications, Recruitment, Training and Promotion of Local Government Officers, generally known as the Hadow Report.

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