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JOINT COMMITTEE ON ATOMIC ENERGY

Mr. BRENKwoRTH. The next item is the Joint Committee on Atomic Energy. The increase here is attributable to the Pay Act, 1967; annual cost of that, $13,785. The full-year revision, $3,445; the 1969 estimate, $380,785.

JUSTIFICATION AND LETTER OF WICE CHAIRMAN

Senator BARTLETT. In reference to that item, there will be included in the record a copy of the Joint Committee's justification together with a copy of the letter of the vice chairman of that committee directed to '. subcommittee chairman of the House.

(The letter and justification follow:)

MARCH 25, 1968. Hon. GEORGE W. ANDREWS, Chairman, Subcommittee on Legislative Appropriations, House Committee on Appropriations, Washington, D.C. DEAR MR. CHAIRMAN: As you requested in your letter of February 21, 1968, I am forwarding the Joint Committee's budget estimate for fiscal year 1969. The fiscal year 1969 budget is $380,785. The difference between $380,735 and the amount requested by the Joint Committee for fiscal year 1968 is $13,785. This amount represents the pay increase authorized by Public Law 90–206. The Joint Committee serves both Houses and unlike many other committees Of the Congress, does not maintain separate and additional staffs for its subcommittees. The Committee does not receive separate appropriations for investigative purposes. Please let us know if you need additional information or further explanation in support of the $380,785 budget of the Joint Committee. Sincerely yours, CHET HOLIFIELD, Vice Chairman.

JOINT COMMITTEE ON ATOMIC ENERGY-JUSTIFICATION OF BUDGET ESTIMATE, FISCAL YEAR 1969–$380,785

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Mr. BRENKWORTH. The next joint item is the Joint Committee on Printing. The total cost of the Pay Act of 1967 was $8,440. The estimate revision is $2,110; the 1969 estimate, $198,440.

BUDGET REQUEST TABULATION

Senator BARTLETT. A table giving the breakdown of the request of the Joint Committee on Printing will be included in the record at this point.

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$25, 568.00
24, 440.00
23,500.00
12, 408.00
14, 100.00
12, 216.00
12, 784.00
25, 880.05

6.851.38
15, 040.00

3, 207.45 175, 994.88

Staff director.
Assistant staff director.
Printing consultant.
Administrative clerk.
Editorial assistant..
Clerk-stenographer
Inspector of paper and materials.
Technical analyst 2.
Counsel...
Printing-publications analyst 3-
Stenographer..

Total salaries.
Agency contributions.

15,980 6,956

10

13

12

181, 840

137,233.00

12,000.00 187,994. 88

Total.
Nonsalary items:

Travel.
Office supplies.
Telephone..
Miscellaneous expenses (mag-

azine subscriptions, etc.)..

8, 857.44 146, 090.44 2, 707.56 319.57 66.75

195, 840

2.000

2,000.00

400.00
200.00

182.50

Total

149, 366. 82

190, 594.00

198, 440

i Began Jan. 13, 1967.
? Began Apr. 3, 1967.
: Began Sept. 1, 1966.

STATEMENT ON APPROPRIATIONS

Mr. BRENKWORTH. We have, of course, the joint appropriation of $13,000 which is provided for the statement of appropriations, one half of which is disbursed by the Senate. That is also included in the joint items.

Senator COTTON. What is that used for?

Mr. BRENKWORTH. The chairmen of the Appropriations Committees, Senate and House, authorize payment to the staff members who are preparing the statement of appropriations.

Senator COTTON. Thank you.

Senator BARTLETT. Does that conclude your statement relating to this table?

Mr. BRENKWORTH. Yes, sir.

COMPREHENSIVE TABLE

Senator BARTLETT. Do you think it would be possible, Mr. Scott, to incorporate that table in the hearing record ?

Mr. Scorr. It could be put in, Senator. It would be on both sides of the page.

Senator BARTLETT. We will place it in at this point in the record. (The table follows:)

Revision

Estimate submitted, fiscal year 1969

Decrease

3, 304, 295

58, 370
16,000

3,685

3,378,665

2,612

184
16, 020
38, 734
1, 148

1, 148
346.580
43, 064
1, 894

424

245, 528

16,732
1, 509, 828
3, 640, 996

107,912

107,912
21,279, 720
4,050, 768

180, 480
39, 856

342, 180

342, 180

U.S. SENATE-FISCAL YEAR 1969

Appropriated

Appropriation

fiscal year

Ist supple-
mental, 1968

2d supple-
mental, 1968

Total, 1968

1968

Increase

1,305

3, 685

Compensation of the Vice President and Senators.
Mileage, President of Senate and Senators
Expense allowance, Vice President, majority and minority leaders.

3, 299, 305

58, 370
16, 000

3, 300, 610

58, 370 16, 000

Total, Senators and President of Senate

3,373, 675

1, 305

3,374, 980

Salaries, officers and employees:

Office of the Vice President.
Cihaplain
Office of the Secretary.
Committee ernployees
Conference, majority
Conference, minority
Administrative and clerical assistants to Senators
Office of the Sergeant at Arms.
Offices of secretaries to the majority and minority.
Offices of the majority and minority whips.

235, 080

15, 995 1,445, 745 3, 486.060

103, 320

103, 320
20, 254,000
3,878, 510

172, 905
38, 160

7,836

553
48, 063
116, 202

3, 444

3, 444
679, 140
129, 194

5, 681
1, 272

242,916

16,548
1,493, 808
3, 602,262

106, 764

106, 764
20, 933, 140
4,007, 704

178, 586
39, 432

29, 733, 095

994, 829

30, 727, 924

451, 808

31, 179, 732

13, 240
1, 200

4, 410
2,800

Total, salaries, officers and employees.
Contingent expenses:

Senate policy committees
Automobiles and maintenance
Furniture
Expenses of inquiries and investigations.
Folding documents.
Mail transportation (motor vehicles).
Miscellaneous items.
Postage
Stationery
Communications

422, 650
44, 700

31, 190
5, 623, 265

41, 900

16.560
4,088, 420

90, 825
316, 200
15, 150

58, 330

174,990

1, 105

8,000

7,215

38,090

435, 890
45, 900

31, 190
5,798, 255

51, 005

16, 560
4, 126,510

99,865
316, 200

15, 150
10,936, 525

185, 915

9, 155

440, 300
48, 700

31, 190
5,856, 585

43, 790

16,560
4,312, 425

109, 020
316, 200

15, 150
11, 189, 920

9, 040

Total, contingent expenses.

10,690, 860

17,040

228, 625

260, 610

7,215

Other, Senate: Legislative counsel

327, 575

10,955

338, 530

3,650

Total, other.

327, 575

10,955

338, 530

3,650

Total, Senate

44, 125, 205

17, 040

1, 235, 714

45, 377,959

719, 753

7,215

46,090, 497

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Joint items:

Joint Committee on Reduction of Nonessential Federal Expenditures.
Joint Economic Committee (contingent fund)
Joint Committee on Atomic Energy (contingent fund).
Joint Committee on Printing (contingent fund).
Statement of appropriations.

37, 525
401, 620
367,000
190.000

6,500

1,310
11, 645
10, 340
6, 330

38, 835
413, 265
377, 340
196, 330

6, 500

1, 765
3,885
3, 445
2, 110

40,600
417. 150
380, 785
198, 440

6,500
1,043, 475

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