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Program. The proposed program for 1965 will provide a total of 28,275 officers and enlisted personnel in all categories of the Ready Reserve by the end of the fiscal

year.

Direct program by activities-1. Trainee expense.The program for 1964 provides for an increase from 18,603 to 19,115 in the number of reservists to receive training of the types required for mobilization purposes. The program for 1965 provides for an increase in the number of trainees to receive training from 19,115 to 20,241. However, the man-days will increase from 1,342,004 to 1,522,450 with the adoption of a sustaining program which requires a greater percentage of personnel to participate in active duty for training. The increase by category allows for additional active duty for training from 212,265 man days in 1964 to 228,000 in 1965.

TYPES OF TRAINING PLANNED

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1964 Man-days of training

Drills

11,904 487,987 142,359 3,733 157,063 54,330 261 10,736 3,315

286 11,755 4,035 148 6,066 2,115

111

4,552

1,395

14

603

210 1,475

603

908

Trainees. June 30

5,129

1,726

2,795 3,625 841

Active duty for training

16,807 692,878 212,265 1,206 17,200 30,505

1,230

290

Drills

1,102

403,167 403,167 19,115 700,078 645,937 1,346,015

Total

1965 Man-days of training

Active duty for training

630,346
211,393

14,051

15,790
8,181

5.947

813 6,604

2,329

3,703

4,855

1,131

905,143

37,705

11,904 487,987 155,889

3,733 157,063

55,155

3,720

261 10,736
11,755
286
148 6,066

4,185

2,175

111 4,552 1,590

14

603 5,129 1,726

210 1,775

126

42

618

68

2.795

93

3,625

998 1,380 305

21

841

16,807 692,878 228,000

Total

643,876 212,218

14,456

15,940

8,241 6,142 813 6,904

2,344

3,793

5,005 1,146

920,878

TYPES OF TRAINING PLANNED-Continued

Group "D" (24 drills, 15 days active duty for training). Group "F" (6 months active duty for

11 Personnel compensation: Permanent positions:

training): Enlisted (end of month average).

Total, all types.- - - -

1 These items represent nonpaid man-days included in total drill man-days.

2. Operation of training facilities.-This activity encompasses the operation of facilities for the training of reserve personnel at the receiving center, Cape May, N.J.; training station, Groton, Conn.; base, Alameda, Calif.; and Reserve Training Center, Yorktown, Va. It also includes the operation of 3 training vessels, 257 Organized Reserve training units, and the summer training program at Yorktown.

Military.

Civilian....

3. Construction of training facilities.-Participation with the Navy in the construction of Reserve training centers at Portland, Oreg., Syracuse, N.Y., and Lawrence, Mass., is planned for 1965.

Total personnel compensation..

4. Administration.-This activity encompasses all administrative costs at both headquarters and district offices associated with the management of the Reserve training program, recruitment of personnel, and the in training and ineffectives billets for personnel in school, in transit,

etc.

Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)

Positions other than permanent..
Other personnel compensation..
Drill and active duty pay of trainees......

12 Personnel benefits: Military. Civilian..

Trainees,
Drills
June 30
1,634 17,200 38,602

26 Supplies and materials.

31 Equipment----

32 Lands and structures..

Total obligations...

Military:

21

persons..

Travel and transportation of 22 Transportation of things...

23 Rent, communications, and utilities.

24 Printing and reproduction..

25 Other services..

1965 Man-days of training

1,519

555,770 555,770

19,960 700,078 822,372 1,522,450

Average number....

Number of personnel at end of year....
Civilian:

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

Personnel Summary

year..

Employees in other positions, end of year. Average GS grade..

Average GS salary....

Average salary of ungraded positions.

1963 actual

Active duty for training Total

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892

891

145 6

144

45,802

1964 1965 estimate estimate

3,167

710

901

901

143

6 144

138

134 22 22 4.4 4.5 $5,034 $5,198

$5,017 $5,174

3,394

707

17
17

9,183

13,317

2,038

57

1,484

127

138

71

979 2,536

170

83

21,000

954

954

140

6 141

135

22 4.4 $5.264 $5,126

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The Coast Guard supply fund, in accordance with 14 U.S.C. 650, finances the procurement of uniform clothing, commissary provisions, general stores, and technical materials. The fund is financed by reimbursements from sale of goods.

Costs of approximately $19 million to be incurred under this fund in 1965 are divided 12% for uniform clothing, 58% for commissary provisions, 30% for general stores and technical materials, including electronics.

Sales are expected to be $2,108 thousand more in 1964 than in 1963 and $3,112 thousand more in 1965 than in 1963. These increases are attributable to the rise in number of personnel to be maintained and the increase in types and numbers of items stocked.

resources by eliminating parallel stocking of similar items in two different accounts. Financing of these common use maintenance and housekeeping inventory items from this revolving fund, rather than under an annual appropriation account, will simplify accounting and budgeting procedures and provides for more efficient utilization of the fund.

Revenue, Expense, and Retained Earnings (in thousands of dollars)

1963 actual

1964 estimate

Under this fund, purchases and sales are generally equal with no change in the level of inventories. However, in 1964 the general stores inventory will rise by $2.8 million as the result of donations of inventories to the fund of $2 million as authorized by 14 U.S.C. 650 and the purchase of additional inventories of $800 thousand. These inventories, previously carried under Operating expenses are composed of the following material: (1) $1,900 thousand electronics; (2) $100 thousand ordnance; and (3) $800 thousand aids to navigation and general stores. The total inventory maintained by the Coast Guard will not be affected by the transfer.

The cash balance will decrease by approximately $900 thousand in 1964 due to purchase of the additional inventory items. The assimilation of these additional items of inventory by the fund will result in better management of

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Assets:

Treasury balance...............
Accounts receivable, net.......

Selected assets: 1
Advances...

Commodities for sale:

Clothing

Commissary supplies.
General stores..........

Total assets..

Liabilities: Current...

Financial Condition (in thousands of dollars)

1963 actual

Government equity:

Non-interest-bearing capital:
Start of year....
Transfer of material from "Operating
expenses" (14 U.S.C. 650).......

End of year. Retained earnings..

Total Government equity...

Unpaid undelivered orders 1.
Unobligated balance....
Invested capital and earnings...

Total Government equity.

1962

actual

1,782

10,442

3,525

15,749

1,746

2,005

10,442

10,467

3,525

5,525

15,713 17,997

36

-40

28

64

64

24

6,829

6,829 28

6,857

1,965

10,467

5,525

17,957

6,829 64 6,893

1965 estimate

2,771

1,309

3,284 2,384 2,384 1,234 1,234 1,234

3

3

3

3

1,262

1,086 1,086 1,086 1,075 1,051 1,051 1,051 2,412 2,177 4,977 4,977

8,831 8,834 10,735 10.735

2,210

10,926

5,725

18,861

1,974 1,942 2,052 2.052

Analysis of Government Equity (in thousands of dollars)

2,210

10,926

5,725

18,861

1964 1965 estimate estimate

6,829 6,829 8,659

1,830

8,659
24

8,683

812 1,190 1,190 1,294 1,386 376 4,751 4,316 7,117

6,857

24

24

8,659

24

8,683

1,190 376 7,117

6,893 8,683 8,683

1 The changes in these items are reflected on the program and financing schedule.

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APPENDIX TO THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1965

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1963 actual

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4,666

9,104

13,769 154

13,924 549

1

13,936 74 1,430

-965

14,474

14,474

13,925 11

14,474

-2,196

12,278

13,936

24

13.961

-1.682

39

30

13

7

7

ANALYSIS BY TYPE OF WORK [Percent]

4

100

1964 1965 estimate estimate

1962 actual

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

5,057

9,596

14,653

191

14,844

-37

7

14,815

37

18

26

7

9

3

100

14,770 20

14,790 965 -287

-654

14,815

14,790

-6 14,784 148

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

Adjustment of selected resources consists of write-off of excess and obsolete raw materials which were donated to the fund.

This fund finances industrial operations at the Coast Guard Yard, Curtis Bay, Md. (14 U.S.C.). The vard finances its operations out of advances received from Coast Guard appropriations and from other agencies for all direct and indirect costs.

1963 1964 actual estimate

5,062

9,593

14,655

170

35

31

14,825

13

9

14,815 14,847

117

-55 14,792

14,932

19

6

6

14,847

100

14,797 15

14,812 654

40

-659

14,847

14,812 5 14,817

-25

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Analysis of Government Equity (in thousands of dollars)

Total Government equity..

11 Personnel compensation:

Permanent positions:

Military..

Civilian...

Other civilian personnel compensation...

Total personnel compensation. ----12 Personnel benefits:

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

Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)

Military. Civilian...

21 Travel and transportation of persons..

22 Transportation of things..

23 Rent, communications, and utilities.

24 Printing and reproduction....

25 Other services..

26 Supplies and materials.

31 Equipment...

Military:

Total accrued expenditures... Increase in gross unpaid undelivered orders...

Total obligations............

Average number..

Number of personnel at end of year. Civilian:

Total number of permanent 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.

Average salary of ungraded positions......

700-100-64

1962 actual

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Personnel Summary

1,274 1,766 1,800 1,825 74 965 654 659 -2,097 -3,526 -3,240 -3,280 8,864 8,691 8,992 8,971

8,114 7,896 8,206 8,175

1963 actual

141 7,256 338

7,734

48

567

7

130

196

3

34

5,110

154

13,982 492

14,474

34

32

1963 1964 1965 actual estimate estimate

1,300

1,184

1,172

0

6.3 $6,160

$6,203

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DEPARTMENT

Not to exceed 5 per centum of any appropriation herein made to the Treasury Department for the current fiscal year may be transferred, with the approval of the Bureau of the Budget, to any other appropriation of the Treasury Department, but no appropriation shall be thereby increased by more than 5 per centum, and such transfers shall be reported promptly to the Committees on Appropriations of the Senate and of the House of Representatives.

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