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Middle East Oil (voluntary agreement relating to foreign petroleum
Total Government inventories..
Defense Production Act inventory.
Defense Production Act...
Status of Defense Production Act borrowing authority.
Estimated future cash requirements--
Domestic minerals purchase regulations and Public Law 206-
Upgrading of strategic and critical materials.
Barter program activities.
Transportation priorities and allocations -
OFFICE OF EMERGENCY PLANNING
Objectives and responsibilities.
Part II-Government in Emergency-
Federal Government readiness-
Emergency operating facilities_
National defense executive reserve.
State and local continuity of government.
Part III—Economic Measures..
A. Development and maintenance of essential resources
Strategic and critical materials.
Defense Production Act activities.
Economic impact studies--
Middle East petroleum crisis-
Investigation of imports--
B. Mobilization and management of resources in an emergency -
Emergency management of resources
Part IV-Coordinating and Monitoring of Federal Agency Emergency
Preparedness assignments to existing Federal agencies.
Preparedness for emergency functions..
Coordinating Federal assignments.
Production and distribution..
Construction and housing--
Fuel and energy-
Review and evaluation.
Part V-Disaster Assistance.
Part VI-Supporting Functions.
Analysis and research.
Tests and exercises..
National and international activities and advisory groups--
1. OEP financial summary-
2. President's disaster relief fund.
3. National defense executive reserve enrollment-By unit..
4. Status of continuity of government legislation in State govern-
5. Summary of Government inventories of strategic and critical
6. Disposal activities, 1963–67-
7. Allocation and use of funds authorized under the Defense Pro-
8. Emergency assignments of Federal departments and agencies--
9. Summary of OEP disaster aid..
10. Status of the President's disaster relief fund..
11. Major disaster declarations and allocations of funds-
1. OEP organization chart.-
2. Map, OEP regional offices..
National defense executive reserve, 1963-67---
4. National defense executive reserve, category of employment.
5. Status of stockpile objectives.
6. Disposal sales and commitments.
7. Cumulative sales and commitments.
8. Reprint of Federal Register, January 24, 1967-
9. Reprint of letter, Governor Farris Bryant to Secretary Stewart L.
Údall-June 13, 1967---
10. Major disaster declarations, fiscal year 1967-
11. Disaster declarations by State, fiscal years 1963–67-
12. Major disaster declarations by type and region.-
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I. Defense preparedness programs of USDA.
II. Defense program authorities-
III. Summary of each program.
A. Defense preparedness for food resources.
1. Food demand and supply situation..
2. Food resources data-
3. Attack analysis.---
4. Food requirements and allocations-
5. Nonfood production requisites and manpower-
a. Agricultural chemicals -
6. Food management.
7. Emergency financing.
B. Civil defense preparedness.-
1. Rural fire defense..
2. Fire research, defense--
3. Radiological defense..
a. Radiation research.
b. Radiological monitoring-
4. Biological and chemical warfare.
5. Defense information and education.--
C. Cooperation with State and local government and other
D. Interagency cooperation.-
E. Other defense-related research.-.
F. Preparation for administration of emergency programs-
1. Executive reserve..
2. Emergency operating sites
3. USDA State and county defense boards
G. Strategic and critical materials.--
IV. Barter activities under the Agricultural Trade Development and
V. Availability of food and fiber in event of nuclear attack.
VI. Availability of funds.--
Exhibits to report:
1. Proposed standby defense food orders.
2. Radiation research.-
Introduction and organization of report---
Office of the Assistant Secretary for Administration.
Emergency responsibilities and authorities..
Emergency operating plans.
Orientation of key department officials.
Emergency operations capability
Personnel survival program.-
Department assistance in disasters---
National defense executive reserve..
Business and Defense Services Administration..
Emergency responsibilities and authorities.--
Administration of Defense Production Act priorities authority.
Special Assistance for Military, Atomic Energy, and Space pro-
Production control system for emergency mobilization and related
Survival items program.
Identification and rating of industrial facilities of prime importance
to the national defense..
Assessment of postnuclear attack production capability-
Recommendations covering the national stockpile of strategic and
critical materials and related activities..
Supply-requirements studies and facts for emergency decisions.
Continuity of the national industrial plant...
The executive reserve program..
C. Maritime Administration:
Emergency responsibilities and authorities.
National defense reserve fleet -
Southeast Asia shipping program.
Ports and port facilities.
Industrial readiness program.
Reserve shipyards and terminals.
War risk insurance program.
Civil defense and self-protection program.
Emergency relocation program.
Nuclear bomb damage assessment program..
International mobilization activities..
Relationship of industrial procurement planning to small business.
Availability of funds--
D. Technical services:
Environmental Science Services Administration.
Radiological monitoring -
Emergency chart production
Plans and operations.-
D. Technical services—Continued
Bureau of the Census.-
Post attack surveys---
Current support to other agencies.-
Change in readiness measures and organization.
Program relationship to small business.
Availability of funds.
Office of field services..
National Bureau of Standards.
E. Bureau of International Commerce:
Emergency operating plans
Priorities and allocations.-
Expansion of production capacity and supply-
A. Guaranteed loans...
B. Utilization and improvements of existing production capacity-
Assistance to small business firms.--
Assistance in areas of substantial unemployment.
Industry integration committee operations...
Industrial dispersal program..
National mobilization program planning, mobilization material require-
ments, and national stockpile programs.
Executive Reserve program.
HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND WELFARE
Operating agency reports:
Public Health Service
Office of Education.
Food and Drug Administration.
Vocational Rehabilitation Administration..
Office of Surplus Property Utilization -
Office of State Merit Systems.
HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT
Changes in organization.
Emergency preparedness and defense mobilization responsibilities.
Organizational units conducting programs.-
Coordination of programs and interagency activities -
Staffing and funds.
Authority of programs-
Preface to reports of individual offices.
Reports of offices in following sections:
Petroleum and gas.
Minerals and solid fuels -
Domestic minerals exploration.-
A. Authorities for the Department's activities -
B. Basic mobilization responsibilities of the Department-
Work performed by the Department during fiscal year 1967:
A. Civilian manpower mobilization..
B. Wage and salary stabilization..
C. Worker incentives and protection..
F. Skill development and training-
G. Labor-management relations -
H. Damage assessment and research.
I. Critical occupations--
J. Interagency cooperation.
K. Continuity of government-
L. Executive Reserve program.
Current need for program.
A. Mobilization programs.
B. Program authorities-
C. Assignment of responsibilities--
D. Continuity of government.--
E. Emergency management of civil transportation resources.--
II. Operating administrations:
A. Federal Aviation Administration.--.
B. Federal Highway Administration...
C. Federal Rail Administration.--
D. St. Lawrence Seaway Development Corp-
E. U.S. Coast Guard..
Atomic Energy Commission..
Civil Aeronautics Board..
Export-Import Bank of Washington.
Federal Home Loan Bank Board..
Federal Reserve System..
General Services Administration.
Interstate Commerce Commission.
National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
Small Business Administration.--
EXECUTIVE AND DEFENSE MOBILIZATION ORDERS
List of Executive orders issued under the authority of the Defense Produc-
tion Act of 1950, table--
List of Executive orders issued under the authority of Reorganization Plan
No. 1 of 1958, table-
List of defense mobilization orders issued by the Office of Emergency
Planning to establish policy guidance in accordance with emergency
preparedness functions assigned by Executive orders, table-
Executive sessions and organizational meetings.
THE DEFENSE PRODUCTION ACT OF 1950, AS AMENDED
Declaration of policy---
Title I. Priorities and allocations..
Title II. Authority to requisition and condemn.--
Title III. Expansion of productive capacity and supply -
Title IV. Price and wage stabilization..
Title V. Settlement of labor disputes.
Title VI. Control of consumer and real estate credit..
Title VII. General provisions..