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zation for Economic Cooperation and Development and activities of other international organizations; and the Department's work in the field of foreign economic policy.

2. Foreign labor policy development. This activity concerns the development and implementation, with the Department of State, of country labor programs and related activities to assist the attainment of U.S. foreign policy objectives; and the coordination and administration of exchange programs and related activities.

3. Labor and manpower technical services.--This activity provides for accumulation for use in economic development programs of labor and manpower technical knowledge and for providing labor and manpower technical services for agencies and other organizations concerned with foreign affairs.

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ADVANCES AND REIMBURSEMENTS-Continued

New obligational authority:
Appropriation.

70,147 110.000 411,000 Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)

Transferred to "Operating expenses, Public

Buildings Service.” General Services Ad-
ministration (76 Stat. 728 and 77 Stat. 436). -233 -23
Appropriation (adjusted).

69,914 109,977 411,000
11 Personnel compensation:
Permanent positions....

109 123

I Selected resources as of June 30 are as follows: Unpaid undelivered orders, 1962, Other personnel compensation.

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10 $0; 1963, $4,827 thousand; 1964, $4,827 thousand; 1965, $4.827 thousand. Total personnel compensation

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133 1. Manpower and automation research.—This activity 12 Personnel benefits..

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10 includes functions performed under title I of Public Law 21 Travel and transportation of persons

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87-415; it also includes research in automation and tech24 Printing and reproduction..

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nological change provided under Public Law 88–136.

The research program includes, among others, studies of Total costs.

143 14 current and prospective manpower requirements and Change in selected resources.

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resources, skill requirements and supply, job opportuniTotal obligations.

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143 ties and occupational outlook, factors which tend to

impede labor mobility, manpower utilization, and occu

pational training problems of youth. It also will support Personnel Summary

manpower research in the Department of Labor, in other

Government agencies and in academic and other private Total number of permanent positions..

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18 18 institutions, and will provide periodic reports of the Average number of all employees..

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Nation's manpower posture for use in manpower policy Employees in permanent positions, end of year. 17

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formulation. Employees in other positions, end of year.

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0 Average GS grade.

7.8 8.2 8.2 2. Training and skill development programs.—This Average GS salary.

$7,125 $7,719

$7,719 | activity will provide for occupational and basic education

training programs to equip the Nation's unemployed and

underemployed workers with skills that will enable them [OFFICE OF MANPOWER, AUTOMATION AND

to participate in productive employment. This objective

will be achieved by identifying occupations in which TRAINING] MANPOWER ADMINISTRATION

shortages or potential demand exist, selecting workers for

training in these occupations, developing and providing General and special funds:

training programs, and placing trainees in jobs. Trainee MANPOWER DEVELOPMENT AND TRAINING ACTIVITIES allowances will be paid to certain unemployed heads of

families or households who are selected for vocational
For expenses necessary to carry into effect the Manpower Devel-
opment and Training Act of 1962 [Public Law 87-415] as amended

education or on-the-job training. A limited number of (42 U.S.C. 2571-2620), and for the performance of the functions unemployed youth will receive allowances, but at a lower ('$ 110,000,000] 5411,000,000. Public Law 88–136; Department activity provides special programs of testing, counseling,

manpower, rate than adult unemployed workers. In addition, this of Labor Appropriation Act, 1964.)

guidance, job development and placement for disProgram and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

advantaged workers. This activity also will provide for
program development and operation of the manpower
program activities assigned to the Secretaries of Labor
and Health, Education, and Welfare under the Man-

power Development and Training Act.
Program by activities:
1. Manpower and automation research.. 1,403

3. Executive direction and administration. This activity

4,175 2. Training and skill development programs:

3,851

provides for the overall executive direction and supervision (a) Training costs and allowance pay

of the programs, for the National Advisory Committee,

41,065 102,776 (b) State and local services.

362,000 and for administrative support and services.

6,342 10,175
(c) Federal services..

35,500
2,563
5,474

A supplemental appropriation estimate for 1964 is
3. Executive direction and administration... 537 1,060 :369 | proposed for separate transmittal.
Total program costs, funded.

51,910 123,660
Change in selected resources

411,000

Object Classifcation (in thousands of dollars)
4,827
Total obligations...

56,737 123,660 411,000
Financing:
Comparative transfers to or from other ac-
counts...

-666
Unobligated balance brought forward.
160

2,757 5,209
Unobligated balance carried forward..
-13,843

56 76
13,843

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69,914 109,977 411,000

2,825 5,330

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266 577

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Total number of permanent positions..
Full-time equivalent of other positions.
Average number of all employees. -
Employees in permanent positions, end of year.
Employees in other positions, end of year.
Average GS grade.
Average GS salary.

530

6 330 476

9 10.1 $9,088

611

8 562 611

10 10.2 $9,756

781

8 761 781

10 10.1 $9,739

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1. Occupational training.--Section 16 of the Area Redevelopment Act approved May 1, 1961, authorizes the Secretary of Labor to assess the labor force in redevelopment areas; to determine the occupational training or retraining needs of unemployed or underemployed individuals; to advise the Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare of needed additional facilities and services for occupational training; to assist in setting up apprenticeship programs and other on-the-job training,

2. Retraining subsistence payments.-Section 17 of the act authorizes the Secretary of Labor to enter into agreements with States having redevelopment areas to enable such States as agents of the United States to make weekly payments to individuals under the act. Subject to conditions and standards established in the act, the Secretaries of Labor and Commerce jointly prescribe regulations.

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Under eristing legislation, 1964.-A supplemental appropriation for 1964 is required to provide for training costs,

TRADE ADJUSTMENT ACTIVITIES allowance payments and related expenses for underem

For necessary expenses to carry out the functions of the Secretary of ployed and unemployed workers taking occupational and Labor under the Trade Expansion Act of 1962, [$150,000] $345,000. basic education training courses as provided in the Man- (Public Law 88–136; Department of Labor Appropriation Act, 1964.) power Development and Training Act of 1962 (Public

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars) Law 87-415) and the recently enacted amendments to the act (Public Law 88-214).

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[OFFICE OF MANPOWER, AUTOMATION AND
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TION-Continued

General and special funds—Continued

TRADE ADJUSTMENT ACTIVITIES-Continued

1. Assistance in tariff negotiations.-The Trade Expansion Act of 1962 provides that the Secretary of Labor will furnish labor market and employment information and advice regarding the negotiation of trade agreements; will make determination of industrial injury resulting from increased imports due to tariff concessions; and will determine the nature of adjustment assistance to remedy such injuries. The Secretary is a member of the Interagency Trade Organization which assists the President in the trade agreements program.

2. Assistance to workers.-The Secretary is responsible for the administration of the provisions of the act for assistance to workers in industries in which an affirmative determination of injury due to tariff concessions has been made. This involves certification of the eligibility of groups of workers to apply for adjustment assistance and advising the President on termination of eligibility; administering adjustment assistance through State employment security agencies; and providing training and relocation for eligible workers.

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SALARIES AND EXPENSES

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

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1. Training promotion and service to industry.-Industrial management and labor organizations are encouraged and aided to conduct apprenticeship, training and $8,448 retraining programs which will help individual workers attain and improve skill, competence, and adaptability, Apprenticeship and training programs are promoted and established by direct contact at national and local levels with employers and unions, by use of informational media and by cooperation with State and community agencies. About 2,700 improvements are obtained annually in existing programs. About 1,900 apprenticeship and other training programs are initiated annually to provide, on a nondiscriminatory basis, employee development opportunities for new labor market entrants and workers who need greater skills. Technical assistance is provided annually to about 185,000 employers directly or through labor-management committees. More than 230,000 apprentices, journeymen, and other workers receive training annually.

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5,541

Selected resources as of June 30 are as follows: Unpaid undelivered orders. 1962. $96 thousand (1963 adjustments, -$82 thousand); 1963, $14 thousand; 1964, $14 thousand; 1965, $14 thousand.

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2. Training research and technical services.Skill re

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars) – Continued quirements and training needs within particular industries are identified. Information is provided on training methods, apprenticeship labor standards and basic principles applicable to training in the apprenticeable and

Financing: nonapprenticeable occupations. Promotional aids are de

Comparative transfers to other accounts..-

55 veloped to increase effectiveness of service to industry Reimbursements for emergency preparedness and efficiency of training by industry. Training research functions...

--134 --180 is conducted and about 70 pamphlets, articles, and reprints

Limitation

11,936 12,400 13,471 are published annually to call attention to skill needs, to indicate trends, and to describe superior apprenticeship and training programs.

1 Selected resources as of June 30 are as follows: Unpaid undelivered orders,

1962, $98 thousand; 1963.$526 thousand; 1964. $526 thousand; 1965, $526 thousand. Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)

The Bureau of Employment Security administers the Federal-State employment security system which consists of 54 State agencies and about 1,900 full-time local offices.

Workers are assisted in finding jobs, employers in recruit11 Personnel compensation:

ing workers, and unemployment benefits are paid. Permanent positions...

4,016 4,254 4,330 1. Unemployment insurance service. The service's overOther personnel compensation..

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all responsibility is to insure adequate and prompt Total personnel compensation.

payment of unemployment insurance benefits, and to

4,023 4,298 12 Personnel benehts...

304 324 330

oversee continued efforts toward improvement of State 21 Travel and transportation of persons.

392 433 424 agency unemployment insurance operations. State laws 22 Transportation of things..

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12 and interpretations are reviewed to assure conformity with 23 Rent, communications, and utilities.

177 129 143

the Federal law and surveys are made to assist States in 24 Printing and reproduction...

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64 25 Other services.

180 140 213 improving administrative procedures. The service also Services of other agencies.

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directs State and Federal agencies in the administration 26 Supplies and materials.

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of Federal benefit programs for unemployed Federal 31 Equipment.---

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employees and ex-servicemen. In 1965 emphasis will be Total obligations.--

5,199 5,482 5,641 placed on obtaining increased productivity of State

unemployment insurance personnel and better safeguards

of the benefit payment process by developing and assisting Personnel Summary

States in installing (a) more effective use of modern equip

ment and related methods of operations and (b) improved Total number of permanent positions..

555 540 533

systems of supervisory control of local claims offices. Average number of all employees..

522 521 514 Employees in permanent positions, end of year.

540 535

528

2. U.S. Employment Service.-- This Service provides Employees in other positions, end of year..

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0 assistance to State employment service offices in proAverage GS grade..

8.5 8.7 8.7 viding (a) an efficient placement service in all occupaAverage GS salary.

$7,886 $8,427 $8,586 tions for all workers and employers; (b) counseling and

testing services to assist both workers and employers in

meeting their individual employment needs; (c) specialBUREAU OF EMPLOYMENT SECURITY

ized services for job seekers requiring particular attention in order to facilitate their employment; (d) for improved

mobility of labor by guiding necessary shifts of workers (Trust fund)

between geographical areas and across occupational and For expenses necessary for the general administration of the em- industrial lines; (e) labor market information analysis; ployment service and unemployment compensation programs, including temporary employment of persons, without regard to the

(f) occupational analysis and industrial services to emcivil-service laws, for the farm placement migratory labor program;

ployers and unions; (g) stimulation and support for not more than ($12,400,000) $13,471,000 may be expended from community action to develop expanded job opportunities the employment security administration account in the Unemployment trust fund, of which [$1,565,000] $1,605,000 shall be for placement services to veterans and promoting the interest

and to stabilize employment; (h) suitable counseling and carrying into effect the provisions of title IV (except section 602) of the Servicemen's Readjustment Act of 1944. (29 V.S.C. 49–49n;

of employers in employing veterans; (i) special recruitment 38 U.S.C. 2001-2014; 42 U.S.C. 501-503, 1101-1105, 1861–1371; 77 and farm placement programs to help farm workers, Stat. 225, Department of Labor Appropriation Act, 1964.)

including rural youth, achieve maximum employment;

and to meet agriculture's needs for year-round and Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

seasonal workers; (j) maintenance of our interstate migratory routes to afford greater job continuity; (k) assistance to local migrant committees in providing

services to migratory farm workers and their families; (1) Unemployment insurance service.

investigation of employment offered aliens seeking per

3,033 3,334 3,590 2. U.S. Employment Service...

manent entry into the United States under the Immigra-
7,386 8,157 8,964
1,089 988

88
1,097 tion and Nationality Act of 1952. In 1965 the U.S.

Employment Service will give emphasis to manageTotal program costs, funded.

11,508 12, 479 13,651 Change in selected resources '.

ment and program improvement; installation of the new 428

Dictionary of Occupational Titles; broadening and perfect11,936 12,479

ing area, industry, and occupational information for

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3. Administration and management..

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