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GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION REAL PROPERTY ACTIVITIES

General and special funds:

OPERATING EXPENSES, PUBLIC BUILDINGS SERVICE

For necessary expenses, not otherwise provided for, of real property management and related activities as provided by law; rental of buildings in the District of Columbia; restoration of leased premises; moving Government agencies (including space adjustments) in connection with the assignment, allocation, and transfer of building space; acquisition by purchase or otherwise of real estate and interests therein; and contractual services incident to cleaning or servicing buildings and moving; [$210,875,000] $224,895,000: Provided, That this appropriation shall be available to provide such fencing, lighting, guard booths, and other removable facilities on private or other property not in Government ownership or control as may be appropriate to enable the United States Secret Service to perform its function of protecting the person of the President of the United States and his immediate family, the President-elect, and the Vice President pursuant to Title 18, U.S.C. 3056. (Independent Offices Appropriation Act, 1964.)

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

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This appropriation provides for the basic real property operations of General Services Administration, including acquisition, operation, maintenance, protection and utilization of general-purpose buildings and space; and for overall direction of buildings design, construction, repair and modernization.

The appropriation request for 1965 of $224,895 thousand is a net increase of $2,451 thousand above a comparable amount of $222,444 thousand for 1964. The 1964 amount includes proposed transfers of $7,175 thousand for costs of expansion space acquired in 1963 and 1964, not provided for in GSA's 1964 budget, $1,984 thousand to finance existing leases of other agencies transferred to GSA in 1964, and $72 thousand for operation of the Roosevelt Library, Hyde Park, N.Y. Also included is an estimate of $2,338 thousand proposed for separate transmittal for full-year costs of 1963 wage board rate increases effected between September 16, 1962, and June 30, 1963. The request for 1965 includes $105 thousand for full-year costs of wage board increases effected July 1 through September 14, 1963, but does not include increases effected subsequent to September 14, 1963.

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REAL PROPERTY ACTIVITIES-Continued General and special funds-Continued

OPERATING EXPENSES, PUBLIC BUILDINGS SERVICE-Continued thousand; temporary space and moving costs incident to new buildings, $310 thousand; and operation of communications facilities, $5,463 thousand.

2. Space management. This activity provides for (a) acquisition of real property by lease, purchase, exchange, or donation, and management of building sites pending construction; (b) assignment and reassignment of Government-owned and leased space; and (c) determination of Federal space requirements and the development of programs and projects.

3. Design and construction. This activity provides for a small staff responsible for overall direction of programs involving design, construction, and remodeling of Federal buildings.

4. Program planning. This activity provides technical guidance for Public Buildings Service real property programs in program planning, management, information. systems, analysis and evaluation, and policy development. Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)

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Under existing legislation, 1964.-It is anticipated that an additional $3,350 thousand will be required for wage board increases.

REPAIR AND IMPROVEMENT OF PUBLIC BUILDINGS

For expenses, not otherwise provided for, necessary to alter public buildings and to acquire additions to sites pursuant to the Public Buildings Act of 1959 (73 Stat. 479) and to alter other Federallygrounds, approaches and appurtenances, wharves and piers, together owned buildings and to acquire additions to sites thereof, including with the necessary dredging adjacent thereto; and care and safeguarding of sites; preliminary planning of projects by contract or otherwise; maintenance, preservation, demolition, and equipment; [$75,000,000 $90,000,000, to remain available until expended: Provided, That for the purposes of this appropriation, buildings constructed pursuant to the Public Buildings Purchase Contract Act of 1954 (40 U.S.C. 356) and the Post Office Department Property Act of 1954 (39 U.S.C. 2104 et seq.), and buildings under the control of another department or agency where alteration of such buildings is required in connection with the moving of such other department or agency from buildings then, or thereafter to be, under the control of General Services Administration shall be considered to be public buildings. (Independent Offices Appropriation Act, 1964.)

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This appropriation provides for maintaining, repairing, remodeling, improving and other alterations in federally owned buildings under the jurisdiction of the General Services Administration for these purposes, except extensions and conversions estimated to cost $200 thousand or more. The budget for 1965 provides for continuation of the long-range program initiated in 1957 to alleviate deterioration and obsolescence of buildings which adversely affect efficient operations of occupying agencies.

Fair value of personal property received from other appropriations or funds without cost for use by GSA is as follows: 1963, $24 thousand; 1964, $26 thousand; 1965,

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1. Maintenance repair and small improvements.-Normal needs for day-to-day repairs and minor improvements and renovations to buildings and equipment are programed at a rate of about $0.22 per net square foot for general purpose and $0.08 per net square foot for warehouse-type space.

2. Major repairs and improvements.-Elimination of major obsolescence and deterioration of buildings is provided by bringing the properties up to modern standards of usefulness. It is estimated that about 26% of this work will be capital improvements.

3. Air conditioning. Improvements in working conditions are provided for occupants of buildings located in areas of high temperature and humidity. Since only new installations are included under this activity all costs are considered capital improvements.

4. Program direction.-Overall direction and program development are provided under this activity. Except for a nominal sum required for purchases of office equipment and furniture the total amount is considered to be operating costs.

Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)

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CONSTRUCTION, PUBLIC BUILDINGS PROJECTS

For an additional amount for expenses, not otherwise provided for, necessary to construct and acquire public buildings projects and alter public buildings by extension or conversion where the estimated cost for a project is in excess of $200,000 pursuant to the Public Buildings Act of 1959 (73 Stat. 479), including fallout shelters therein and equipment for such buildings, [$157,600,800] $169, 613, 400, and not to exceed $500,000 of this amount shall be available to the Administrator for construction of small public buildings outside the District of Columbia as the Administrator approves and deems necessary, all to remain available until expended: Provided, That the foregoing amount shall be available for public buildings projects at locations and at maximum construction improvement costs (excluding funds for sites and expenses) as

follows:

[Post office and Federal office building, Decatur, Alabama, in addition to the sum heretofore appropriated, $231,400, to provide for completion of facilities for the United States Courts;]

[Border patrol sector headquarters, Tucson, Arizona, $319,900;]
[Post office and courthouse, Pine Bluff, Arkansas. $2,144,600;]
Courthouse and Federal office building, Fresno, California,
$4,902,000;

[Post office and courthouse, Newnan, Georgia, $1,023,000;]
[Courthouse and Federal office building, Boise, Idaho,
$6,841,000;]

[Federal office building, Gary, Indiana, $1,023,000;]
[Courthouse and Federal office building, New Albany, Indiana,
$838,900;]

[Courthouse and Federal office building (construction and alter-
ation), London, Kentucky, $288,300;]

[Post office and courthouse, Bangor, Maine, $3,298,700;]
[Federal office building, Baltimore, Maryland, in addition to the
sum heretofore provided, $12,512,200;]

[Post office and courthouse (construction and alteration), Detroit,
Michigan, $3,710,700;]

[Post office and courthouse, Hannibal, Missouri, $1,634,000;]
[Post office and Federal office building, Independence, Missouri,
$1,468,500;]

[Post office and Federal office building, Bozeman, Montana, $2,018,100;]

[Border patrol sector headquarters, Havre, Montana, $319,000;] [Post office and courthouse (construction and alteration), Helena, Montana, $1,484,300;]

[Courthouse and Federal office building, Las Vegas, Nevada, $4,325,400;]

[Federal office building (construction and alteration), Laconia, New Hampshire. $320,900;1

[Post office and Federal office building, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, $2,147,400;]

[Post office and Federal office building (construction and alteration), Carlsbad, New Mexico, $328,300;]

[Post office and Federal office building, Clovis, New Mexico, $771,900;1

[Courthouse and Federal office building, Roswell, New Mexico, $1,422,900;1

[Federal office building, Cleveland, Ohio, $37,860,000;]

[Post office and Federal office building (construction and alteration), Providence, Rhode Island, $739,400;]

[Federal office building, Charleston, South Carolina, $2,614,200;]
[Post office and Federal office building, Alamo, Tennessee,
$297,600;]

[Post office and Federal office building, Alice, Texas, $527,300;]
[Federal office building, Fort Worth, Texas, $14,362,000;]
[Post office and Federal office building, Pasadena, Texas,
$969,000;]

[Border patrol sector headquarters, Swanton, Vermont, $279,000;] [Border patrol sector headquarters, Blaine, Washington, $302,300;1

[Border patrol sector headquarters, Spokane, Washington, $293,900;]

[General Services Administration, Federal records center, metropolitan area, District of Columbia, $11,815,700;]

[Federal Office Building Numbered 5, District of Columbia, $33,666,000;]

Federal office building, Centre, Alabama, $160,900;

Post office and Federal office building, Cullman, Alabama, $463,500;
Post office and Federal office building, Vernon, Alabama, $188,800;
Post office and Federal office building, Hope, Arkansas, $346,300;
Post office and Federal office building, Marshall, Arkansas, $197,900;
Post office and Federal office building, McCrory, Arkansas, $102,000;
Post office and Federal office building, Mountain Home, Arkansas,
$199,800;

Post office and Federal office building, Blythe, California, $340,300;
Post office and Federal office building, Del Mar, California, $162,200;
Post office and Federal office building, Harbor City, California,
$169,400;

Post office and Federal office building, Jackson, California, $284,000;
Customs and appraisers warehouse, Los Angeles-Long Beach Harbor
area, California, in addition to the sum heretofore provided, $2,858,000;
Post office and Federal office building, Solana Beach, California,
$162,200;

Post office and Federal office building, Weed, California, $140,800;
Federal office building, West Los Angeles, California, $14,660,000;
Post office and Federal office building, Glenwood Springs, Colorado,
$346,800;

Post office and Federal office building, Leadville, Colorado, $196,000;
Post office and Federal office building, Windsor Locks, Connecticut,
$267,400;

Post office and Federal office building, Cross City, Florida, $157,400;
Post office and Federal office building, Oakland Park Branch, Fort
Lauderdale, Florida, $169,800;

Federal office building, Jacksonville, Florida, $7,079,500;

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REAL PROPERTY ACTIVITIES-Continued

General and special funds-Continued

CONSTRUCTION, PUBLIC BUILDINGS PROJECTS-Continued

Post office and Federal office building, Gratigny Branch, Miami, Florida, $227,100;

Post office and Federal office building, Ocoee, Florida, $138,100; Post office and Federal office building, Acworth, Georgia, $141,100; Post office and Federal office building, Chatsworth, Georgia, $231,500; Post office and Federal office building, Toccoa, Georgia, $314,000; Post office and Federal office building, Warm Springs, Georgia, $78,000;

Post office and Federal office building, Arthur, Illinois, $122,900; Federal office building, East St. Louis, Illinois. $896,700; Post office and Federal office building, Edwardsville, Illinois, $381,000;

Post office and Federal office building, Red Bud, Illinois, $105,100; Courthouse and Federal office building, Evansville, Indiana, $2,193,000;

Post office and Federal office building, Evansville, Indiana, $1,786,000;

Post office and Federal office building, Scottsburg, Indiana, $258,800; Post office and Federal office building, Shoals, Indiana, $133,000; Federal office building, Des Moines, Iowa, $8,932,000;

Post office and Federal office building, Scott City, Kansas, $312,200; Post office and Federal office building, Wellington, Kansas, $288,000; Post office and Federal office building, Clinton, Kentucky, $205,900; Treasury Regional Service Center (Internal Revenue Service), Covington, Kentucky, $3,820,000;

Post office and Federal office building, Cumberland, Kentucky, $113,600;

Post office and Federal office building, Olive Hill, Kentucky, $164,900;

Post office and Federal office building, Paris, Kentucky, $242,300; Federal office building, Richmond, Kentucky, $178,700; Post office and Federal office building, Russell Springs, Kentucky, $95,700;

Post office and Federal office building, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, $3,864,000;

Post office and Federal office building, Crowley, Louisiana, $337,200; Post office and Federal office building, Gueydan, Louisiana, $112,900;

Post office and Federal office building, Mamou, Louisiana, $80,000; Post office and Federal office building, Mansura, Louisiana, $89,200; Post office and Federal office building, Oberlin, Louisiana, $108,200; Post office and courthouse, Opelousas, Louisiana, $1,055,000; Post office and Federal office building, Thibodaux, Louisiana, $292,800;

Post office and Federal office building, Calais, Maine, $309,100; Post office and Federal office building, Lubec, Maine, $116,100; Post office and Federal office building, Machias, Maine, $245,100; Post office and Federal office building, Centreville, Maryland, $227,800;

Post office and Federal office building, North East, Maryland, $127,600;

Post office and Federal office building, Prince Frederick, Maryland, $206,600;

Central heating plant, Suitland, Maryland, $3,570,000;

General Services Administration, Federal records center, Boston, Massachusetts, $982,000;

Treasury Regional Service Center (Internal Revenue Service), Boston-Lawrence area, Massachusetts, $4,165,000;

Post office and Federal office building, Marlboro, Massachusetts, $269,800;

Post office and Federal office building, Milford, Massachusetts, $305,100;

Post office and Federal office building, Springfield, Massachusetts, $3,105,000;

Internal Revenue Service National Administrative Service Center and Regional Training Center Building, Detroit, Michigan, $3,250,000;

Post office and Federal office building, Lawton, Michigan, $98,900; Post office and Federal office building, Mancelona, Michigan, $104,500;

Post office and Federal office building, Baudette, Minnesota, $177,400;

Courthouse and Federal office building, St. Paul, Minnesota, $10,120,000;

Post office and Federal office building, Bay Springs, Mississippi, $172,000;

Post office and Federal office building, Coldwater, Mississippi, $92,800;

Post office and Federal office building, Port Gibson, Mississippi, $171,600;

Post office and Federal office building, Richton, Mississippi, $89,700; Post office and Federal office building, Branson, Missouri, $158,000; Post office and Federal office building, Crystal City, Missouri, $139,900;

Post office and Federal office building, Montgomery City, Missouri, $275,500;

Post office and Federal office building, Fullerton, Nebraska, $198,500;

Post office and Federal office building, Gothenburg, Nebraska, $164,200;

Post office and courthouse, Carson City, Nevada, $2,166,000; Post office and Federal office building, Berlin, New Hampshire, $352,200;

Post office and Federal office building, Avenel, New Jersey, $148,000; Post office and Federal office building, Burlington, New Jersey, $290,900;

Federal office building, Newark, New Jersey, $13,577,000; Post office and Federal office building, Raton, New Mexico, $354,400; Federal office building, Buffalo, New York, $12,372,000; Post office and Federal office building, Keeseville, New York, $117,900;

Post office and Federal office building, Andrews, North Carolina, $116,800;

Post office and Federal office building, Cary, North Carolina, $124,000;

Post office and Federal office building, Jacksonville, North Carolina, $305,200;

Federal office building, Kinston, North Carolina, $182,500;

Post office and Federal office building, Mars Hill, North Carolina, $113,000;

Post office and Federal office building, Raeford, North Carolina, $252,100;

Post office and Federal office building, Rich Square, North Carolina, $97,000;

Post office and Federal office building, Waynesville, North Carolina, $445,600;

Post office and Federal office building, Windsor, North Carolina, $167,900;

Federal office building, Ashtabula, Ohio, $195,000; Post office and Federal office building, Hillsboro, Ohio, $374,800; Post office and Federal office building, Mantua, Ohio, $171,600; Post office and Federal office building, Afton, Oklahoma, $119,200; Post office and Federal office building, Elk City, Oklahoma, $247,100; Post office and Federal office building, Hugo, Oklahoma, $299,400; Post office and Federal office building, Jay, Oklahoma, $194,200; Post office and Federal office building, Baker, Oregon, $1,301,000; Post office and Federal office building, Enterprise, Oregon, $217,700; Post office and Federal office building, Prineville, Oregon, $280,300; Post office and Federal office building, Scappoose, Oregon, $139,700; Post office and Federal office building, Berwick, Pennsylvania, $297,600;

Post office and Federal office building, Brookeville, Pennsylvania, $171,600;

Post office and Federal office building, Dallas, Pennsylvania, $168,500;

Post office and Federal office building, Duncannon, Pennsylvania, $102,500;

Post office and Federal office building, Falls Creek, Pennsylvania, $107,400;

Post office and Federal office building, Galeton, Pennsylvania, $132,800;

Post office and Federal office building, Hawley, Pennsylvania, $168,500;

Post office and Federal office building, Irwin, Pennsylvania, $249,300;

Post office and Federal office building, Montrose, Pennsylvania, $168,500;

Post office and Federal office building, New Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, $171,600;

Post office and Federal office building, Cedarhurst Branch, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, $202,600;

Post office and Federal office building, Green Tree Branch, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, $202,600;

Post office and Federal office building, Pleasant Hills Branch, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, $202,600;

Post office and Federal office building, Youngsville, Pennsylvania, $107,400;

Post office and Federal office building, Humacao, Puerto Rico,

$201,400;

Post office and Federal office building, Olneyville Station, Provi

dence, Rhode Island, $261,400;

Post office and Federal office building, Elloree, South Carolina, $97,100;

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Post office and Federal office building, Ridgeland, South Carolina, $273,900;

Post office and Federal office building, Williston, South Carolina, $102,000;

Post office and Federal office building, Oneida, Tennessee, $146,400; Post office and Federal office building, Buffalo, Texas, $95,600; Post office and Federal office building, Carthage, Texas, $261,800; Post office and Federal office building, Fairfield, Texas, $187,400; Post office and Federal office building, Gonzales, Texas, $248,900; Post office and Federal office building, Naples, Texas, $115,700; Post office and Federal office building, Sulphur Springs, Texas, $310,500;

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Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

1,435,030

To June 30, 1962

167,729 3,370 37,373 119 51

208,642

Post office and Federal office building, Glenville, West Virginia, $177,000;

Post office and Federal office building, Parsons, West Virginia, $190,200;

Costs to this appropriation

Post office and Federal office building, Pineville, West Virginia, $175,000;

Post office and Federal office building, Summersville, West Virginia, $258,000;

Post office and Federal office building, White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, $143,700;

Post office and Federal office building, Eagle River, Wisconsin, $169,700;

Post office and Federal office building, Elroy, Wisconsin, $126,000; Post office and Federal office building, Horicon, Wisconsin, $134,200;

This appropriation provides for financing (a) construction of new public buildings or acquisition, and (b) extension and conversion of existing structures where individual project costs exceed $200 thousand. Expenses for related site acquisition, design, and supervision are provided for under Sites and expenses, public building projects. Provision is made in the estimate for fallout shelters where appropriate. Through 1964 appropriations totaling $847.1 million have been made for construction.

Housing and Home Finance Agency building, District of Columbia, $29,000,000:

Provided further, That the foregoing limits of costs may be exceeded to the extent that savings are effected in other projects, but by not to exceed 10 per centum: Provided further, That the amount of $840,300 appropriated under this head in the Independent Offices Appropriations Acts, 1961 and 1962, for projects at Vanceboro, Maine, Pembina, North Dakota, and Wyandotte, Michigan, is hereby made available for the purposes of this appropriation. (Independent Offices Appropriation Act, 1964.)

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Analysis of 1965 financing

Deduct selected resources and unobligated balance, start of year

149,200 354,038 15,000 41,360 5,800

-175,973 -124,375 -133,976 -7,247

124,375 133,976 33,589

180,956 157,601 169,613

Add selected resources and unobligated balance, end of year

368,231 26,780

98,114 145,000 170,000 395,398 395,011 141,687 3,000 100,000

239,800 148,000 270,000

1 Selected resources as of June 30 are as follows: Unpaid undelivered orders, 1962, $123,982 thousand (1963 adjustments, -$7,247); 1963, $258,422 thousand; 1964. $261,422 thousand; 1965, $361,422 thousand.

Funded program: Projects fully funded, 1959 and 1961 through 1964...

Estimate, 1965, new projects and one increase...

Subtotal through 1965.. Projects to be funded after 1965:

Projects for which sites and expenses funding was provided in 1964 and prior years.. Approved projects unfunded for sites and expenses......-

Subtotal after 1965.

AppropriAppropriation reation quired to required, complete 1965

Number of projects

Total approved construction program (including one increase).

MAGNITUDE OF THE FUNDED AND UNFUNDED APPROVED CONSTRUCTION PROGRAM

163,393 420 5,800

215 152

367

415

169,613 418,263

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399,488 18,775

Improvement cost (In millions)

$847.1

169.6

1,016.7

368.2

50.1

418.3

1,435.0

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