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1966

33 185

1967

39 196

1968

39 196

1969

39 196

218

235

1969 est.

1967 i Selected resources as of June 30 are

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Trust Funds as follows:

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Stores..
Unpaid undelivered orders....
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CONTRIBUTIONS
Total selected resources.

235
235

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)
The American Battle Monuments Commission main-

Identification code 30-16-8569-0-7-805 1967 actual 1968 est. tains the World War I and World War II American military cemeteries in foreign countries and the memorials in Program by activities:

1. Purchase of flowers...

4 the war areas commemorating the participation of the

2. Repair of non-Federal war memorials.

9
American Armed Forces. There are 11 memorials and 8
cemeteries, each with a memorial chapel, at World War I 10 Total obligations...

13
13

13 sites, and 14 cemeteries and memorials at World War II sites. Interred in these cemeteries are the remains of

Financing:

21 Unobligated balance available, start of 124,129 servicemen and servicewomen, and an additional

year..

-15

-9 -3 91,591 missing and unidentified are commemorated by the 24 Unobligated balance available, end of inscribing of their names upon the walls of these and other year..

9
3

3 memorials erected by the Commission in the United States.

60 New obligational authority (approIn addition, the Commission maintains the U.S. National

priation)

7
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13 Cemetery, Mexico City, Mexico. Each year, large numbers of American tourists and local citizens visit the ceme- Relation of obligations to expenditures: teries and memorials to pay homage and to view these points 71 Total obligations (affecting expenditures) 13

13

13 of historic, as well as artistic, interest.

90 Expenditures.

13
13

13 The Commission is responsible also for the planning and construction of all military memorials.

Expenditures are distributed as follows:
Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)
01 Out of current authorizations...

4
02 Out of prior authorizations..

13

9 Identification code 30-16-0100-0-1-805 1967 actual

1. Purchase of flowers.-Funds are deposited with the Personnel compensation: 11.1 Permanent positions...

Commission by private citizens for the purchase of floral

1,220 1,276 1,321 11.3 Positions other than permanent.

5
5

5

decorations for graves in the World War I and World

1968 est.

1969 est.

1968 est.

2, 145

1969 est.

155

War II military cemeteries. The donor is advised when the with nongovernmental research organizations and through flowers have been placed (36 U.S.C. 128).

reimbursement agreements with other U.S. Government 2. Repair of non-Federal war memorials.-When re- departments and agencies. In 1969 the Agency plans to dequested to do so and upon receipt of the necessary funds, vote particular attention to studies on limiting and the Commission will arrange for and oversee the repair reducing armed forces, armaments, and military expendiof war memorials to U.S. Forces erected in foreign coun- tures. tries by American citizens, States, municipalities, or asso

Object Classification (in thousands of dollars) ciations. Such moneys are accounted for through this fund (36 U.S.C. 128).

Identification code 30–17-0100-0-1-151 1967 actual

1969 est. Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)

Personnel compensation: 11.1 Permanent positions..

1, 868 2,028

11.3 Identification code 30-16-8569-0-7-805

Positions other than permanent.

58
70

70 1967 actual 1968 est.

11.5 Other civilian personnel compensa-
tion...

771 1, 129 25. 1 Other services..

1. 196 9 9

9 26.0 Supplies and materials..

4

4

Total personnel compensation.. 2, 697 3, 227 3,411 12.0 Personnel benefits...

139

169 99.0 Total obligations..

13
13
13 21.0 Travel and transportation of persons..

145 175 175 22.0 Transportation of things.

2

2 24.0 Printing and reproduction.

24
30

30 25. 1 Other services...

4,772 4, 503 5,321 25.2 Services of other agencies.

998 889 889 Federal Funds

26.0 Supplies and materials.

1

1 31.0 Equipment...

2

2 ARMS CONTROL AND DISARMAMENT AGENCY

99.0 Total obligations

8, 775 8, 984 10,000 General and special funds:

Personnel Summary
ARMS CONTROL AND DISARMAMENT ACTIVITIES

Total number of permanent positions..

184 184 189 Full-time equivalent of other positions.

7
7

7 For necessary expenses, not otherwise provided for, for arms con

166 Average number of all employees..

172

176 trol and disarmament activities authorized by the Act of September

9.0 Average GS grade...

9.1

9.2 26, 1961, as amended (22 U.S.C. 2589(a)), [ $9,000,000] $10,000,000. (81 Stat. 410; Departments of State, Justice, and Commerce, the

Average GS salary....

$10,353 $11,061 $11, 328 Judiciary, and Related Agencies Appropriation Act, 1968; additional

Average salary, grades established by Act of
Sept. 26, 1961, 22 U.S.C. 2551..

$27,000 $28, 550 $28. 550 authorizing legislation to be proposed.)

Average salary, grades established by the Di-
Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

rector, U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament
Agency.

$23, 049 $24,088 $24, 088 Average salary of ungraded positions.

$25, 890 $27,055 $27, 055 Identification code 30-17-0100-0-1-151 1967 actual

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1969 est.

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General and special funds:

SALARIES AND EXPENSES For necessary expenses of the Civil Aeronautics Board, including [employment of temporary guards on a contract or fee basis;] hire of aircraft; hire of passenger motor vehicles; services as authorized by 5 U.S.C. 3109; uniforms, or allowances therefor, as authorized by law (5 U.S.C. 5901[; 80 Stat. 299]-6902); and not to exceed $1,000 for official reception and representation expenses, [$8,983,000] $9,700,000. (49* U.S.C. 1301-1325, 1371-1387, 1461-1462, 1471-1473, 1481-1489, 1502-1504, 1506, 1608, 1510, 1537; 15 U.S.C. 21; Independent Offices and Department of Housing and Urban Development Appropriation Act, 1968.)

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

The Board regulates the economic aspects of air carrier operations, both domestic and international and participates in the development of international air transportation. The increase proposed for 1969 is for expansion in certain critical program areas, primarily in the awards of operating authority, regulation of rates and fares, agreements, and accounting and reporting areas.

1. Économic regulation.—This includes granting certificates of public convenience and necessity; prescribing or approving rates and rate practices of air carriers; fixing mail rate compensation; prevention of unfair competition; approval of business relationships between air carriers; and adjudication of complaints alleging violations of civil air regulations.

2. Safety activities. These activities were transferred to the Department of Transportation effective April 1, 1967.

3. Board a ljudication, executive, and legal staff activities. In addition to adjudication of cases, program planning, and top policy and decisionmaking functions of the Board, legal advice and assistance is provided on all aspects of economic and regulatory matters; opinions of the Board are prepared; and litigation matters are handled.

SELECTED WORKLOAD DATA Route cases and related matters completed:

1967 actual 1968 estimate 1969 estimate Formal hearing cases

85
95

95 Nonhearing matters.

567
614

718 Final subsidy rates issued.

56
50

50 Commercial rate cases and matters processed..

2,070
2, 321

2,714 Examiner decisions issued..

77
78

85 Major international negotiations and consultations..

22
25

26 Field audits...

52
86

• 78 Economic enforcement: Passenger and shipper complaints received...

3,036 3,600 4,000 Enforcement actions completed.... 449

469

490 Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)

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Total program costs, funded 1 Change in selected resources 10 Total obligations...

Financing: 25 Unobligated balance lapsing

New obligational authority.

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New obligational authority: 40 Appropriation...41 Transferred to other accounts..

8,050

57 23

8,983

12, 200 --888

9,700

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Total personnel compensation..-12.0 Personnel benefits... 21.0 Travel and transportation of persons.22.0 Transportation of things..-23.0 Rent, communications, and utilities... 24.0 Printing and reproduction.. 25. 1 Other services... 25.2 Services of other agencies. 26.0 Supplies and materials. 31.0 Equipment....

Total costs, funded.... 94.0 Change in selected resources.

9, 700

545 --601

25 124 419

9,082

11,215

93

9,700

11,536

8, 980

9,639

94

5

99.0

Total obligations....

11,308

9,082

9. 700

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Federal Funds-Continued

CIVIL AERONAUTICS BOARD-Continued

Intragovernmental funds-Continued

ADVANCES AND REIMBURSEMENTS—Continued

Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)

2951, 3304-3327, 3344, 3351, 3381, 3363, 3501-3504, 4101-4118, 4301-4308, 4501-4506, 5101-5116, 5301-6304, 5331-5338, 6341, 5351, 5352, 5361, 5362, 5504, 5532, 5533, 5541-5549, 5596, 5723, 6101, 6301-6311, 7152-7154, 7312, 7321-7327, 7501, 7511, 7512, 7521, 7701, 7901, 7902, 8311-8322, 8831-8348, 8701-8716, 89018913; 28 U.S.C. 2671–2680; 39 U.þ.C. 3311, 3312, 3915, 3502; 40 U.S.C. 42, 491; 42 U.S.C. 1973d-19739; 50A U.S.C. 459, 2160; 65 Stat. 757, 66 Stat. 122, 68 Stat. 1115, 76 Stat. 858, 79 Stat. 448, 81 Stat. 274; Executive Orders 9830, Feb. 24, 1947; 10000, Sept.' 16, 1948; 10242, May 8, 1951; 10422, Jan. 9, 1953; 10450, Apr. 27, 1953; 10540, June 29, 1954; 10552, Aug. 10, 1954; 10556, Sept. 1, 1954; 10561, Sept. 13, 1954; 10577, Nov. 22, 1954; 10647, Nov. 28, 1955; 10774, July 25, 1958; 10794, Dec. 10, 1958; 10800, Jan. 15, 1959; 10804, Feb. 12, 1959; 10826, June 26, 1959; 10880, June 7, 1960; 10927, Mar. 18, 1961; 10973, Nov. 3, 1961; 10982, Dec. 25, 1961; 10987, Jan. 17, 1962; 10988, Jan. 17, 1962; 11073, Jan. 2, 1963; 11091, Feb. 26, 1963; 11103, Apr. 10, 1963; 11126, Nov. 1, 1963; 11141, Feb. 12, 1964; 11171, Aug. 18, 1964; 11173, Aug. 20, 1964; 11183, Oct. 3, 1964; 11202, Mar. 5, 1965; 11219, May 6, 1965; 11222, May 8, 1965; 11228, June 14, 1965; 11246, Sept. 24, 1965; 11257, Nov. 13, 1965; 11264, Dec. si, 1965; 11316, Nov. 17, 1966; 11348, Apr. 20, 1967; 11355, May 26, 1967; 11375, Oct. 13, 1967; Independent Offices and Department of Housing and Urban Development Appropriation Act, 1968.)

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1969 est.

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Program by activities:

1. Recruiting and examining -
2. Investigation of character and fitness

for employment....
3. Inspections ---
4. Federal executive manpower.
5. Developing policies and standards..
6. Appellate functions...
7. Training-
8. General administration and manage-

ment services.. 9. Administration of the Voting Rights

Act of 1965... 10. Enforcement of restrictions on politi

cal activity.--11. Administration of the retirement and

insurance programs.

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For necessary expenses, including services as authorized by 5 U.S.C. 3109; not to exceed $10,000 for medical examinations performed for veterans by private physicians on a fee basis; payment in advance for library membership in societies whose publications are available to members only or to members at a price lower than to the general public; not to exceed ($101,000] $161,000 for performing the duties imposed upon the Commission by chapter 15 of title 5, United States Code; and not to exceed $1,000 for official reception and representation expenses; [$36,000,000] $39,309,000, including funding of Interagency Boards of Examiners, together with not to exceed [$6,100,000] $6,460,000 for necessary expenses incurred during the current fiscal year in the administration of the retirement and insurance programs, to be transferred from

the trust funds “Civil Service retirement and disability fund”, “Employees life insurance fund”, “Employees health benefits fund”, and “Retired employees health benefits fund”, in such amounts as may be determined by the Civil Service Commission, without regard to the provisions of any other Act, but this provision shall not affect the authority of 5 U.S.C. 8348(a) and section 1(b) of Public Law 89–205 (79 Stat. 840), providing for additional administrative expenses to effect annuity adjustments under 5 U.S.C. 8340, section 1(c) of Public Law 89–205 (79 Stat. 840) and section 1 of Public Law 89–314 (79 Stat. 1162): Provided, That ($700,000 of] this appropriation shall be available to carry out the provisions of Executive Order 10422 of January 9, 1953, as amended, prescribing procedures for making available to the Secretary General of the United Nations, and the executive heads of other international organizations, certain information concerning United States citizens employed, or being considered for employment by such organizations, including advances or reimbursements to the applicable appropriations or funds of the Civil Service Commission and the Federal Bureau of Investigation for expenses incurred by such agencies under said Executive Order: Provided further, That members of the International Organizations Employees Loyalty Board may be paid actual transportation expenses, and per diem in lieu of subsistence under 5 U.S.C. 5702, while traveling on official business away from their homes or regular places of business, including periods while en route to and from and at the place where their services are to be performed.

No part of the appropriations herein made to the Civil Service Commission shall be available for the salaries and expenses of the Legal Examining Unit in the Examining and Personnel Utilization Division of the Commission, established pursuant to Executive Order 9358 of July 1, 1943. (5 U.S.C. 305, 1104, 1105, 1301-1308,

-4,565 -1, 361

- 296 -336

-46

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