Reference number
  • CIS
Date
  • 1918-1930
Level
  • Collection
Description
  • Rules, Council, Executive, AGM and Assembly minutes, annual reports,
Extent
  • 3 boxes
Admin history
  • This body was formed at the annual meeting in March 1918 of the Association of Staff Clerks and Other Civil Servants. It was intended to act as a quasi-professional body modelled on the British Medical Association or the Royal Institute of British Architects and aimed to recruit civil servants immediately below the administrative class in seniority. Membership was open to individuals and affiliation was possible for associations representing particular grades or types of civil servant. Under a federal constitution introduced in January 1920, affiliated associations retained their own internal structures whilst individual members of the SCS were organised in branches. On 31 March 1931, the SCS amalgamated with the Association of Executive Officers and Other Civil Servants to form the Society of Civil Servants (Executive, Directing and Analogous).
Access status
  • Open
Related Material
  • Records of the Society of Outdoor Staffs of the Ministry of Health
  • Records of the Association of Assistant Inspectors [of the] National Health Insurance Commissions and its successor, the Inspectorate Association, Insurance Department, Ministry of Health.
  • Records of the Association of Staff Clerks and other Civil Servants
  • Records of the Ministry of Health, Insurance Department, Divisional Inspectors' and Inspectors' Association
  • Records of and relating to the Association of Executive Officers and Other Civil Servants (AEO), earlier the Association of Clerks of the Second Division of the Civil Service (SDA) and the Association of Executive Officers of the Civil Service
  • Records of the Federation of Associations of Outdoor Staff [of the] Ministry of Health
  • Records of the Society of Civil and Public Servants (SCPS), earlier the Society of Civil Servants (Executive, Directing and Analagous Grades) (SCS)