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1989-1990 Technical Publications Competition Winners
Note: Because of the nature of paper records, we are missing full lists of winners for earlier competitions—if you have any information about earlier winners, please send it to
The winners listed here were gleaned from the U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics newsletter, The Labor Exchange, April 1990, provided by Peter Meyer. Other competitors from corporations, trade associations, and government agencies included IBM, GE, the American Chemical Society, the Census Bureau, and the Smithsonian Institution.
Congratulations to all the winners!
|Technical Publications Statistics||Award Breakdown|
|Total entries: 200+
Total award winners: __
Note: The list of international-level winners for this year is not available.
|Distinguished Technical Communication|
|Monthly Labor Review, August, September and October 1989 issues||U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics|
|Monthly Labor Review, May 1989 article "Major Collective Bargaining Settlements in Private Industry, 1988;"||William Davis in the Office of Compensation and Working Conditions||U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics|
|1988-89 Occupational Outlook Handbook||U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics|
|Monthly Labor Review, September, October, and November 1988 issues||U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics|
|Cooperative Education and the Bureau of Labor Statistics||U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics|
|Occupational Outlook Quarterly's Winter 1988 and Spring and Summer 1989 issues||U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics|
|Employee Benefits in Medium and Large Firms, 1988||U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics|