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SUPPORT OF UNITED STATES PRISONERS

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SUPPORT OF UNITED STATES PRISONERS

For support of United States prisoners in non- n-Federal institutions, including necessary clothing and medical aid, and payment of rewards, [$4,100,000] $4,400,000. (5 U.S.C. 341f; 18 U.S.C. 3059, 4001-4003, 4006-4009, 4042, 4082, 4085, 4086, 4125, 4244, 4281, 4282, 4283, 5036; Department of Justice Appropriation Act, 1964.)

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

Under existing legislation, 1964.--It is anticipated that a supplemental appropriation will be needed to meet estimated costs in excess of currently available funds for the care of Federal prisoners in non-Federal institutions.

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FEDERAL PRISON INDUSTRIES, INCORPORATED The following corporation is hereby authorized to make such expenditures, within the limits of funds and borrowing authority available to such corporation, and in accord with the law, and to make such contracts and commitments without regard to fiscal year limitations as provided by section 104 of the Government Corporation Control Act, as amended, as may be necessary in carrying out the program set forth in the budget for the fiscal year [1964] 1965 for such corporation (including purchase (not to exceed ten) and hire of passenger motor vehicles], except as hereinafter provided:

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FEDERAL PRISON SYSTEM-Continued Danbury, Conn., were discontinued during 1963. With

the closing of Alcatraz, the brush factory was moved to Intragovernmental funds-Continued

Florence, Ariz., and the clothing and glove factories were

moved to Terminal Island, Calif. During 1964 a new FEDERAL PRISON INDUSTRIES, INCORPORATED-Continued

electronic shop will start operations at Danbury, Conn., a FEDERAL PRISON INDUSTRIES FUND-continued

canvas specialty shop will start operations at Sandstone,

Minn. The rubber products shop at Texarkana, Tex., has Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars) --Continued

been divided into two shops for efficiency of operations. During 1965, a new enterprise will start operations at Marion, Ill., and a tire reconditioning shop will open at

Lompoc, Calif. This will bring the number of shops and Financing-Continued

factories to 57 at 24 locations. The following table Revenues and other receipts-Continued

indicates the scope of employment and training effort in Undistributed receipts: Proceeds from sale

the total prison program:
of equipment.-
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1962 1963 1964

1965 actual actual

estimate estimate Total revenues and other receipts... 37,329 37,500 37,500 Average number of prison inmates. 23,838 23,796 23,500 24,000

Number of inmates employed full time
Unobligated balance brought forward.
13,054 13,220 13,171 in industries.

5,168 5,256 5,420 5,500 Changes in accepted orders on hand..

84

Number of inmates for whom vocational
Capital transfer: Payment of earnings to

training is provided..

11,944 12,044

12,100 12,150 Treasury..

-4,000

-3,500 -3,500 Number of inmates assisted in job Unobligated balance carried forward. -13,220 -13,171-13,116 placement.

590 771

1,000 Number of shops and factories.

53 52 55 57 Financing applied to program..

33,248 34,048 34,055

The trend of expenditures for capital improvements is

reflected in the following summary (in thousands of Summary of Sources and Application of Funds (in thousands of dollars)

dollars):

CAPITAL EXPENDITURES
Obligations (from program and financing) 33,248 34,048 34,055

1962
Location

actual

estimate
309
Decrease in gross unpaid obligations

Arizona, Florence.

21 79 50 Gross expenditures...

33,557 34,048 34,055
California, Alcatraz.

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California, Lompoc.

25

2

75 125 Revenues and other receipts (from program and

California, Terminal Island.

186 25

5 financing).

200 37,329 37,500

100 Colorado, Englewood.

37,500 Increase (-) in accounts receivable, net.

Connecticut, Danbury. -651

7 30 2
District of Columbia, central office...

3
Applicable receipts....
36,678

121
37,500

Florida, Tallahassee.. 37,500

29 Georgia, Atlanta..

1,004

545
Budget expenditures..
-3,121

200

119
-3,450
Illinois, Marion..

236
-3,445
Indiana, Terre Haute.

13 136 76 100 Kansas, Leavenworth.

179 85

51 1 Balances of selected resources are identified on the statement of financial Kansas, Ft. Leavenworth.

139 128 78 condition.

9 Kentucky, Ashland

225

107

14 Michigan, Milan

32

190

163 This is a wholly owned Government Corporation. A Minnesota, Sandstone.

236 73 24 board of six directors appointed by the President controls Missouri, Springfield

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16 its policies. Supervision is by the Director of the Bureau

Ohio, Chillicothe..

38 97

7 Pennsylvania, Allenwood.

33 of Prisons who has jurisdiction over all industrial enter

24 Pennsylvania, Lewisburg.

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58 prises and vocational training programs in all Federal penal Texas, La Tuna.

51

25 and correctional institutions. Products manufactured by Texas, Seagoville.

200 inmates are sold only to the penal institutions and to

Texas, Texarkana.

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Virginia, Petersburg
other Government agencies. Earnings, in excess of

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83

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Washington, McNeil Island. operating requirements, are paid as dividends into the West Virginia, Alderson.

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U.S. Treasury.

West Virginia, Morgantown..
The Corporation is authorized, under the Attorney Machinery and equipment, various insti-
General, to establish and operate industries in Federal

707 642
penal and correctional institutions and disciplinary Total capital expenditures..

3,053 2,095
barracks (18 U.S.C. 4121-4128). Its objectives are to
provide employment for physically fit inmates; to provide
maximum vocational training for qualified inmates in

Operating results.The Corporation has always operated

at a profit and is expected to continue to do so. Earnings ; inmates to secure jobs. Earnings from the sale of these pay expenses of

These two activities, although financed from fund receipts in

are subject to annual appropriation limitations. EarnTreasury since January 1, 1935. It is anticipated that dividends of $3.5 million will be paid in both 1964 and

U.S. Treasury. As of June 30, 1963, the cumulative 1965.

earnings amounted to $79.1 million, of which $28.1 —

million had been retained as working capital and $51 ated 52 locations.

million had been paid into the Treasury. Earnings are writer repair shops at McNeil Island, Wash., and

estimated to be $5.2 million in 1964 and $5.1 million in 1965.

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Assets:

Treasury balance.
Accounts receivable, net.
Selected assets:
Commodities for sale or manu-

facture...
Supplies, deferred charges, etc..
Buildings and equipment, net.

LIMITATION ON ADMINISTRATIVE AND VOCATIONAL TRAINING

EXPENSES, FEDERAL PRISON INDUSTRIES, INCORPORATED

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Not to exceed [$650,000) $690,000 of the funds of the corporation shall be available for its administrative expenses, and not to exceed ($1,450,000) $1,490,000 for the expenses of vocational training of prisoners, both amounts to be available for services as authorized by section 15 of the Act of August 2, 1946 (5 U.S.C. 55a), and to be computed on an accrual basis and to be determined in accordance with the corporation's prescribed accounting system in effect on July 1, 1946, and shall be exclusive of depreciation, payment of claims, expenditures which the said accounting system requires to be capitalized or charged to cost of commodities acquired or produced, including selling and shipping expenses, and expenses in connection with acquisition, construction, operation, maintenance, improvement, protection, or disposition of facilities and other property belonging to the corporation or in which it has an interest. (18*U.Š.C. 4121-4128; Reorganization Plan No. II, pt. 1, sec. 3a, approved Apr. 3, 1939; Departments of State and Justice, the Judiciary, and Related Agencies Appropriation Act, 1964.)

Start of year.

Donated assets, net
End of

year. Retained earnings

Total Government equity....

5,608

219 5,827 26,731 32,558

5.827

186 6,013 28.116 34,129

6,013

256 6,269 29,866 36,135

6,269

256 6,525 31, 461 37,986

Analysis of Government Equity (in thousands of dollars)

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

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GENERAL ADMINISTRATION

Total personnel compensation. 12 Personnel benefits... 21 Travel and transportation of 22 Transportation of things 23 Rent, communications, and utilities. 24 Printing and reproduction.. 25 Other services... 26 Supplies and materials.

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582
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FEDERAL PRISON SYSTEM-Continued

Intragovernmental funds—Continued

FEDERAL PRISON INDUSTRIES, INCORPORATED-Continued
FEDERAL PRISON INDUSTRIES FUND-continued
Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)—Continued

Financing Continued

Revenues and other receipts-Continued Undistributed receipts: Proceeds from sale of equipment.

Total revenues and other receipts.----

Unobligated balance brought forward.
Changes in accepted orders on hand..
Capital transfer: Payment of earnings to
Treasury..

Unobligated balance carried forward.

Financing applied to program.

Obligations (from program and financing) -
Decrease in gross unpaid obligations........

Gross expenditures....

Revenues and other receipts (from program and financing).

Increase (-) in accounts receivable, net...

1963 actual

Applicable receipts. ---
Budget expenditures....

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37,329

13,054
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1964 estimate

37,500

13,220

Summary of Sources and Application of Funds (in thousands of dollars)

33,248
309

33.557

-4,000 -3,500 -3,500 -13,220 -13,171 | -13,116

33,248 34,048

34,055

34,048

34,048

1965 estimate

37,329
-651

36,678 37,500
-3,121 -3,450

37,500

13,171

37,500

34,055

34,055

37,500

37,500

-3,445

1 Balances of selected resources are identified on the statement of financial condition.

Danbury, Conn., were discontinued during 1963. With the closing of Alcatraz, the brush factory was moved to Florence, Ariz., and the clothing and glove factories were moved to Terminal Island, Calif. During 1964 a new electronic shop will start operations at Danbury, Conn., a canvas specialty shop will start operations at Sandstone, Minn. The rubber products shop at Texarkana, Tex., has been divided into two shops for efficiency of operations. During 1965, a new enterprise will start operations at Marion, Ill., and a tire reconditioning shop will open at Lompoc, Calif. This will bring the number of shops and factories to 57 at 24 locations. The following table indicates the scope of employment and training effort in the total prison program:

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This is a wholly owned Government Corporation. A board of six directors appointed by the President controls its policies. Supervision is by the Director of the Bureau of Prisons who has jurisdiction over all industrial enterprises and vocational training programs in all Federal penal and correctional institutions. Products manufactured by inmates are sold only to the penal institutions and to other Government agencies. Earnings, in excess of operating requirements, are paid as dividends into the U.S. Treasury.

Average number of prison inmates..
Number of inmates employed full time
in industries...

Number of inmates for whom vocational
training is provided...
Number of inmates assisted in job
placement

Number of shops and factories....

District of Columbia, central office...
Florida, Tallahassee....
Georgia, Atlanta..
Illinois, Marion...
Indiana, Terre Haute.
Kansas, Leavenworth..
Kansas, Ft. Leavenworth..
Kentucky, Ashland..
Michigan, Milan..
Minnesota, Sandstone.
Missouri, Springfield_
Ohio, Chillicothe..
Pennsylvania, Allenwood
Pennsylvania, Lewisburg-
Texas, La Tuna
Texas, Seagoville..

Texas, Texarkana..
Virginia, Petersburg
Washington, McNeil Island..
West Virginia, Alderson..
West Virginia, Morgantown.

tutions.

The Corporation is authorized, under the Attorney Machinery and equipment, various instiGeneral, to establish and operate industries in Federal penal and correctional institutions and disciplinary barracks (18 U.S.C. 4121-4128). Its objectives are to provide employment for physically fit inmates; to provide maximum vocational training for qualified inmates in

The trend of expenditures for capital improvements is reflected in the following summary (in thousands of dollars):

Location

1965

1962 1963 1964 actual actual estimate estimate 23,838 23,796 23,500 24,000

5,168

5,256

5,420 5,500

11,944

12,044

12,100

12,150

590
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771
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CAPITAL EXPENDITURES

1962

actual

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8

75

5

100

2

121

316

119

76

51

78

107

163

24

33

58

25

200

74

20

1965 estimate 50

125

200

83

3

200

100

225

190

100

100

707

642 1,017 1,125 2,706

connection with regular institutional and industrial activi-
ties; and to operate a placement service to assist released
inmates to secure jobs. Earnings from the sale of these
products pay expenses of the Corporation and have
permitted payment of $51 million in dividends into the
Treasury since January 1, 1935.
It is anticipated that
dividends of $3.5 million will be paid in both 1964 and

1965.

Budget program. During 1963 the Corporation operated 52 shops and factories at 23 locations. The typewriter repair shops at McNeil Island, Wash., and

Total capital expenditures..

3,053 2,095 2,829 Operating results.—The Corporation has always operated of the fund pay expenses of the Corporation, which include at a profit and is expected to continue to do so. Earnings general administration and vocational rehabilitation. These two activities, although financed from fund receipts ings in excess of operating requirements are paid into the are subject to annual appropriation limitations. EarnU.S. Treasury. As of June 30, 1963, the cumulative earnings amounted to $79.1 million, of which $28.1 million had been paid into the Treasury. Earnings are million had been retained as working capital and $51 estimated to be $5.2 million in 1964 and $5.1 million in

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21 Travel and transportation of persons

22 Transportation of things....

23 Rent, communications, and utilities.

24 Printing and reproduction..

-9,518

-9,601 27,326

25,584

32,558 34,129

Analysis of Government Equity (in thousands of dollars)

5,250

5,095

28,116 29,866 3,500 3,500

29,866 31,461

5,608 5,827 6,013 6,269 219 186 256 256 5.827 6,013 6,269 6,525 26,731 28.116 29,866 31,461 32,558 34,129 36,135 37,986

1963 actual

5,873 5,818

3,453

3,453

3,438 3,185 3,185 3,185

13,054

13,219

13,171

13,116

3,442 27 2,903

38

11,811 80 17.489

38,706

6,410 617

45

347

582

76

54

25 Other services...

26 Supplies and materials.

20,990

2,571

The changes in this item are reflected on the program and financing schedule.

Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)

11,811 80 19,395

40,557

2,571

-9,601

-9,601 29,380

31,286

36,135 37,986

3,745 45 3,030

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622

40

352

602

1964 1965 estimate estimate

76

60 20.431

3,798 33 3,009

10

6,850 632

40

350

602

76 60 20.459

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Not to exceed [$650,000] $690,000 of the funds of the corporation shall be available for its administrative expenses, and not to exceed [$1,450,000] $1,490,000 for the expenses of vocational training of prisoners, both amounts to be available for services as authorized by section 15 of the Act of August 2, 1946 (5 U.S.C. 55a), and to be computed on an accrual basis and to be determined in accordance with the corporation's prescribed accounting system in effect on July 1, 1946, and shall be exclusive of depreciation, payment of claims, expenditures which the said accounting system requires to be capitalized or charged to cost of commodities acquired or produced, including selling and shipping expenses, and expenses in connection with acquisition, construction, operation, maintenance, improvement, protection, or disposition of facilities and other property belonging to the corporation or in which it has an interest. (18ˆ ̃ ̄U.S.C. 4121-4128; Reorganization Plan No. II, pt. 1, sec. 3a, approved Apr. 3, 1939; Departments of State and Justice, the Judiciary, and Related Agencies Appropriation Act, 1964.)

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

1963 actual

1,017

1,812

78 1,774

Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)

470
2
472

470
2
472
445

430

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27

27 9.6 9.5 9.5 $7,650 $7,545 $8,290 $7,310 $7,813 $7,662

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4

1

408

100

100

650

690

1,450

1,490

34.048 34,055

539 650 1,156 1,450 1,695

2,100

34,048 34,055

1964 estimate

1965 estimate

1,125

1.581

2,100

483

6

495

1965 estimate

690 1,490

2,180

2,180

515

6

9

530

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