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141,534

2.382 23,370 167,286 19,360

368

12.1 21.0 22.0 23.1 23.2 24.0 250 26.0 310 42.0

Total personnel compensation...........
Personnel benefits: Civilian
Travel and transportation of persons ...........
Transportation of things...
Standard level user charges ........................
Communications, utilities, and other rent....
Printing and reproduction ......
Other services ...............
Supplies and materials .......
Equipment.......
Insurance claims and indemnities.................

Tolal costs, funded
Change in selected resources ...

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

125.095

2,619 21,957 149,671 15,835

270 3,942 1.900 17.780 319,494

7,741 47,072 6,109

160,673
18,248

379
4.185
2.293
21.766
332,653

9,863 52,423 5,728

4,673

2,316 22,914 361,207 10.238 55,817 5,581

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GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE

REVOLVING FUND The Government Printing Office is hereby authorized to make such expenditures, within the limits of funds available 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 programs and purposes set forth in the budget for the current fiscal year for the “Government Printing Office revolving fund”: Provided, That not to exceed $5,000 may be expended on the certification of the Public Printer in connection with special studies of governmental printing, binding, and distribution practices and procedures: Provided further, That during the current fiscal year the revolving fund shall be available for the hire of two passenger motor vehicles and the purchase of one passenger motor vehicle. (Legislative Branch Appropriation Act, 1979.)

PROFIT AND LOSS PROJECTION Mr. BENJAMIN. The revolving fund finances all the printing and binding activities of the Government Printing Office. It has shown a profit in each year except one since 1954. What will be your profit or loss projections in fiscal 1980?

Mr. BOYLE. Profit for fiscal year 1980 is projected at zero. We project a break even each year.

Mr. BENJAMIN. How many people are employed at GPO; What level are you projecting for fiscal year 1980; and if you have several categories of employees, permanent positions, temporary positions, intermittent positions, or whatever other designations you give to them, we would appreciate your submitting it for the record so we have an idea of what you do actually employ.

NUMBER OF EMPLOYEES Mr. BOYLE. We have a table on Tab IX-1. See if that answers the question. It is the total number of employees.

Mr. BENJAMIN. No, I think you are talking about what you consider permanent positions by your grade classifications. I am interested in supplementing this with any other employees that you may have, such as temporaries, intermittents, interns, fellowships, whatever the case may be.

Mr. BOYLE. We can do that. We will furnish a breakdown in more detail than what we have here. No problem.

Mr. MERCER. That total on table IX-i already includes all the employees. We will break it down.

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1/Prior to FY 1978 the General Sales program was funded by the Salaries and Expenses Appropriation.

c/Projected figures based on budget data.

3.'WAE's are limited to 832 hours per appointment.

Mr. BENJAMIN. Is there anything else that you may have?
Mr. BOYLE. No, sir.

Mr. BENJAMIN. We thank you. We appreciate getting back the requests that we have made to you. If I have not previously made it, we do want your 1976, 1977, and 1978 full fiscal expenditures, as well as your 1979 and 1980, projected on a table.

(The information follows:] U.S. Government Printing Office schedule of actual and projected expenditures

(In thousands] Fiscal year 1976 actual.

$498,378 Fiscal year 19TQ actual

124,928 Fiscal year 1977 actual...

555,390 Fiscal year 1978 actual.

598,488 Fiscal year 1979 projected.....

636,532 Fiscal year 1980 projected...

678,443 Mr. BENJAMIN. Thank you. Mr. BOYLE. Thank you, Mr. Chairman.

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