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Forney, Eugene J. Division of Auxiliary and Business Services Collection
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Collected materials of Eugene J. Forney, Auxiliary and Business Services employee in the Office of the Chancellor in The California State University (CSU), formerly named the California State Colleges and The California State University and Colleges. The collection includes legislation related to the Board of Trustees purchasing authority over the course of Forney's career, vendor contractual and purchasing documents, State and CSU regulations, processes and procedures related to legislation and contracts and pruchases in the CSU, historical materials relating to the functions and work of the Auxiliary and Business Services Division (ABS), professional development materials, and collected content about management and leadership. Also includes meeting materials of the CSU Procurement and Support Services Officers (PSSO).
About Eugene J. Forney (1930- ). Eugene J. Forney was born on January 19, 1930 in Altoona, Pennsylvania. Forney attended Loyola University of Los Angeles, now Loyola Marymount University from 1953 to 1958 earning his BBA (Bachelor's of Business Administration) in Industrial Relations. Previous to earning his degree, he served in the United States Air Force as a member of the Air Force Band and was sent to Edwards Air Force Base in California. He also had duties managing the personnel office of the Base Chapel. He was discharged as Staff Sergeant in August of 1953. Forney married his wife, Leora Louise Forney in 1954 and has eight children.
19 boxes 3 record cartons, 16 archival boxes
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