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(Bureau of Internal Revenue)
:) BEFORE THE
COMMITTEE ON EXPENDITURES IN THE
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS .
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
H. Res. 494
JANÚARY 18, 21, 22, AND 23, 1952
Printed for the use of the
WASHINGTON : 1952
COMMITTEE ON EXPENDITURES IN THE EXECUTIVE
WILLIAM L. DAWSON, Illinois, Chairman CHET HOLIFIELD, California
CLARE E. HOFFMAN, Michigan HENDERSON LANHAM, Georgia
R. WALTER RIEHLMAN, New York PORTER HARDY, JR., Virginia
CECIL M. HARDEN, Indiana
GEORGE H. BENDER, Ohio
MARGUERITE STITT CHURCH, Illinois
WILLIAM E. Y, Illinois
ALVIN R. BUSH, Pennsylvania
CHRISTINE RAY DAVIS, Chief Clerk
Dunlap, John B., Commissioner of Internal Revenue; accompanied
by William W. Parsons, administrative assistant to the Secretary
King, Hon. Cecil R., a Representative in Congress from the State of
Chart 5-Proposed organization of Deputy District Commis-
Ramspeck, Hon. Robert, chairman, United States Civil Service
Commission, letter to Hon. John W. Snyder, January 11, 1952.-- 9
Amount paid the management engineering firm of Cresap,
McCormick & Paget for the study of the Bureau of Internal
Revenue authorized by the Congress -
the Bureau of Internal Revenue, Department of the Treasury - Faces 7
The management-improvement program of the Bureau of Inter-
REORGANIZATION PLAN NO. 1 OF 1952
(Bureau of Internal Revenue)
FRIDAY, JANUARY 18, 1952
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
Washington, D. C. The committee met, pursuant to call, at 10:10 a. m., in room 1310, New House Office Building, Hon. William L. Dawson, chairman, presiding.
Present: Representatives Dawson (chairman), Holifield, Lanham, Hardy, Karsten, McCormack, Bonner, Burnside, Bolling, Dorn, Lantaff, Baring, Hoffman, Mrs. Harden, Brownson, Curtis, Mrs. Church, McVey, Bush, and Reed.
Also present: Christine Ray Davis, chief clerk, Annabelle Zue, minority clerk, Thomas A. Kennedy, general counsel, William A. Young, staff director, and Herbert Roback, staff member.
The CHAIRMAN. Will the committee please come to order? There is a quorum present. We have met this morning for consideration of Reorganization Plan No. 1 of 1952.
The law provides that the plan shall become law in 60 days unless a resolution of disapproval is filed within that time, and that if a resolution of disapproval is filed, this committee shall act on the same within 10 days.
I will read to you the message from the President of the United States, and the Reorganization Plan, which is short. To the Congress of the United States:
I transmit herewith Reorganization Plan No. 1 of 1952, prepared in accordance with the Reorganization Act of 1949 and providing for reorganizations in the Bureau of Internal Revenue of the Department of the Treasury.
Mr. BONNER. I would like to have that put in the record without reading it. Will you yield?
The CHAIRMAN. Yes. If that is the will of the committee.
Mr. BONNER. I move that it be inserted in the record of the committee.
The CHAIRMAN. It has been moved that the message of the President and the Reorganization Plan be included in the record and that the present reading be dispensed with.
You have heard the motion. Are you ready to vote?
The reading of the message and the Reorganization Plan will be dispensed with and be made a part of the record.