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Page Government Printing Office, U.S.------------------------------------ 141 Building site, new Government Printing Office-------------------- 151 Annex to present site-------------------------------------- 159 Bolling-Anacostia site-------------------------------------- 152 House deletion of funds-------------------------------- 152 Commercial procurement contracts------------------------ 163, 164 Contract for design---------------------------------------- 155 Cost estimate, breakdown of --------------------- 156, 157, 160, 186 Increase, explanation of------------------------------ 186, 187 Site development cost---------------------------------- 187 Distribution service---------------------------------------- 164 Equipment, disposition of---------------------------------- 165 Flint, Clarence M., statement of.---------------------------- 141 Commercial printing plants----------------------------- 166 Kingsport, Tenn., and Webb Publishing Co., St. Paul, studies on- - - - - --------------------------------- 163 Cost of survey---------------------------------------- 162 Present location unsuitable to mechanization-------------- 161 Giegengack, A. E., statement of.---------------------------- 278 Automation----------- -------------------------------- 286 Commercial printing plants, utilization of----------------- 279 Cost of new plant----- -------------------------------- 281 Delivery and storage----------------------------------- 284 Departmentalization of presses-------------------------- 285 Government versus private plants--------------------- 282, 283 Improvement of present plant--------------------------- 280 In-line versus multistory plant------------------------ 280, 281 Present location, advantages of.----------------------- 278, 279 Superintendent of Documents, relocation of ------------ 281, 288 Government printing versus private printing------------------ 156 In-line trends in printing plants----------------------------- 168 Labor cost in construction------------------------------ ---- 167 Location of proposed building------------------------------- 183 Dockage facilities-------------------------------------- 186 Railroad trackage------------------------------------- 184 Mikalson, Harry, statement of ------------------------------ 311 Spurious emergencies----------------------------------- 311 State versus Government printing----------------------- 312 National Capital Planning Commission, letter----------------- 153 National Training School for Boys site------------- 153, 154, 155, 428 Norick, James, statement of.------------------------------- 313 Inconsistencies in testimony---------------------------- 313 Obligations and contracts----------------------------------- 154 Predesign study----------- — — — — — — — 151 Present building, disposition of.----------------------------- 165 Rental, possible--------------------------------------- 180 Reduction in request- - - - - - - !--- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 153, 159 Relocation of office, excerpt from hearings.-------------------- 160 Roberts, Mark, statement of.------------------------------- 310 Industry capacity for Government printing--------------- 310 Savings, anticipated annual--------------------------------- 164 Space situation-------------------------------------------- 164 Budget request, 1966------------------------------------------- 141 Commercial contract------------------------------------------- 181 Depository libraries------------------------------------- 204, 424 American Library Association, letter from ---------------- 424 Publications of agencies, distribution of - - - - -------------- 204 Number authorized------------------------------------ 206 List of depository libraries-------------------------- 207 Increase over 1965----------------------------------------- 203 Personnel------------------------------------------------ 204 Postage and office supplies---------------------------------- 204

Revenue from sales--------- o - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 203

Government Printing Office, U.S.–Continued Page Harrison, James L., statement of.-------------------------------- 142 Apprenticeship training program---------------------------- 145 Awards presented------------------------------------------ 145 Cost and income analyses----------------------------------- 145 Electronic § field---------------------------------- 142, 143 Executive Order 10988------------------------------------- 144 Patent Office printing and binding--------------------------- 143 Warehouse and paper storage-------------------------------- 145 Warren report and United States Code.----------------------- 145 Workweek and wages, standard----------------------------- 144 Printing costs------------------------------------------------- 146 Comparison of central office work with outside purchases----------- 432 Printing and binding costs, congressional---------- 146, 147, 181, 195, 200 Congressional printing and binding, division of-------------- 146, 147 Congress' method of supplying material------------------ 148 Congressional Record printing--------------------------- 149 Franked envelopes and documents----------------------- 149 Hearings cost----------------------------------------- 150 Limitation on committee printing------------------------ 147 Miscellaneous publications------------------------------ 150 Senate and House Journals----------------------------- 150 Justification---------------------------------------------- 195 Percentage of contracted work------------------------------ 182 Report on committee requests------------------------------- 200 United States Code and supplements------------------------- 151 Private industry, comparison with (See “Comparison, etc.” table above- 202 Revolving fund, Government Printing Office---------------------- 200 Space usage--------------------------------------------------- 201 Statements, various------------------------------------------ 277,292 Sommer, Donald E---------------------------------------- 292 Adjacent space availability----------------------------- 292 Electronic and offset printing------------------------- 293,294 Excessive construction cost----------------------------- 296 Feasibility analyzation--------------------------------- 307 Letter from------------------------------------------- 431 Occupancy cost determination-------------------------- 301 Perman production------------------------------------ 304 Printing and collateral space needs--------------------- 297, 298 Printing production dollar value------------------------- 302 Taymans, Bernard J., letter of.----------------------------- 426 Thrush, Donald B., statement of.------------------------- 277,288 Decentralizing printing--------------------------------- 291 Government printing contractors------------------------ 289 Present location, efficiency of—-------------------------- 290 Printing Industry of America--------------------------- 277 Savings determination---------------------------------- 291 Superintendent of documents, office of.--------------------------- 203 Budget request, 1966--------------------------------------- 203 Contingency fund--------------------------------------- 204, 205 Superintendent of Documents, space for---------------------- 157 Survey of Government Printing Office, 1956------------------- 158 Library of Congress------------------------------------------------ 1 Automation--------------------------------------------------- 6, 38 Restoration request---------------------------------------- 38 Bengies, Md., storage space------------------------------------- 39 Books for the blind-------------------------------------------- 34, 72 House allowance------------------------------------------- 73 Justification---------------------------------------------- 72 Production of books--------------------------------------- 74 Budget request and House allowance----------------------------- 1 ncreases granted and restoration request--------------------- 5 Summary tables------------------------------------------- 2–5 Catalog cards, distribution of----------------------------------- 32, 65 Arrearages in work---------------------------------------- 43 Estimated return, fiscal year 1965--------------------------- 68 House proviso--------------------------------------------- 34 Justification---------------------------------------------- 65

Self-supporting activity------------------------------------ 33

'Library of Congress—Continued Page
Collection and distribution of library materials (Public Law 480).---- 6, 74
Comprehensive sets---------------------------------------- 6, 77
Currency utilization---------------------------------------
House action---------------------------------------------- 6
Justification---------------------------------------------- 74
Copyright Office---------------------------------------------- 21, 57
Copyright costs------------ ------------------------------- 22
Fees----------------------------------------------------- 22
Income and cost, comparative tables------------------------- 58
Justification---------------------------------------------- 57
Pending legislation, effect of.-------------------------------- 58
Fees, increase in-------- ------------------------------- 59
Personnel------------------------------------------------- 21
- Registration by subject------------------------------------ 60
Exchange and gift division--------------------------------------- 45
Foreig, Currency program-------- ------------------------------- 9
ountries involved.----------------------------------------- 11
Exchange agreements.-------------------------------------- 12
Personnel situation---------------------------------------- 10, 11
- Poland and Yugoslavia, extension to------------------------- 10
Funds available, all sources, total-------------------------------- 78
General collection and law library, books.----------------------- 6, 40, 68
Books for general collection--------------------------------- 68
Justification---------------------------------------------- 46, 68
Restoration request---------------------------------------- 69
- Special fund, need for-------------------------------------- 69
Items in Library---------------------------------------------- 20
Publications, world total.------ ------------------------------ 20
Justification-------------------- ------------------------------ 7, 35
Law library and administration department----------------------- 54, 70
ooks for------------------------------------------------- 70
Justification---------------------------------------------- 59, 74
Restoration request----------------------------------------
Legislative Reference Service----------------------------------- 23, 60
Congressional requests---------------------------------- 25, 26, 28
Constituent requests------------------------------------ 24, 29, 30
Digest of bills--------------------------------------------- 28
Justification---------------------------------------------- 60
Misuse of service------------------------------------------ 27, 31
Mundt, Hon. Karl E., letter from--------------------------- 44
Personnel------------------------------------------------- 45
Personnel request------------------------------------------ 51
Public Law 480 program impact----------------------------- 52
Science Division personnel---------------------------------- 32
Workload--------------------------------------------- 24, 31, 32
Madison Memorial Library------------------------------------- 40
Specifications, study of—------------------------------------ 40
Metropolitan Police Department, reimbursement of.--------------- 43
Microfilming and photocopying materials------------------------- 70
Motion picture history, preservation of.-------------------------- 34
Moving costs, Navy Yard Annex-------------------------------- 39
Mumford, L. Quincy, statement of.------------------------------ 5
Restorations requested.------------------------------------- 5
Automation------------------------------------------- 6
Books, general collection and law library----------------- 6
Collection and distribution of materials------------------- 6
Foreign currency program-------------------------- 6
Personnel------------------------------------------------- 5
Personnel situation----------------------------------------- 18, 45, 49
Use of personnel------------------------------------------- 19
Public Law 480 program--------------------------------------- 74
Recapitulation of requests-------- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 8
Receipts, total.------------------------------------------------ 14
Reference department------------------------------------------ 49
Justification---------------------------------------------- 49
Summary of requests------------------------------ 49, 50, 51, 52, 53
Xerox reproduction---------------------------------------- 53

Library of Congress—Continued Page Restoration request, total.-------------------------------------- 7 Russian accessions, monthly index------------------------------- 15 Funding of item------------------------------------------- 16 Value of project------------------------------------------- 17 Salaries and expenses, House allowance--------------------------- 35 Justification---------------------------------------------- 35 Sales, catalog cards and publications----------------------------- 14 Uniform cleaning, laundering, and repair------------------------- 42 Vehicle purchase and rental------------------------------------- 41 Senate, U.S.------------------------------------------------------- 224 Capitol Police------------------------------------------------- 260 Capitol Police Board------------------------------------------- 262 Cheatham, William S., letter from------------------------------- 433 Increase-------------------------------------------------- 260 Evening opening of Capitol--------------------------------- 261 General expenses, justification------------------------------- 263 Custodial service-------------------------------------- 264 Salaries, additional------------------------------------ 264 Total cost, additional salaries--------------------------- 264 Metropolitan Police, funds for------------------------------- 261 Metropolitan Police versus Capitol Police force, memorandum -- 265 Patrolling Capitol Grounds---------------------------------- 262 Crimes reported.--------------------------------------- 262 Training Capitol Police------------------------------------ 266 Uniforms and equipment----------------------------------- 262 Expenditures, current analyses of House versus Senate----------- 364, 365 General Accounting Office testimony----------------------------- 375 Budget request, 1965--------------------------------------- 376 General Services Administration testimony-------------------- 382 Building cost, interest, amortization--------------------- 385 Building report---------------------------------------- 384 Responsibility of GSA------------------------------ 384 Comptroller General, letter from------------------------ 377 GAO studies---------------------------------------------- 376 Capability of GAO------------------------------------ 383 Elevator renovation as saving--------------------------- 381 Interest on borrowed construction funds------------------ 379 Moving equipment, cost of----------------------------- 385 Operating costs considered------------------------------ 380 Payment through savings------------------------------- 386 Revised section 3709 and negotiated contracts----------- 381, 382 Immigration and National Policy, Joint Committee on------------ 269,317 Celler, Hon. Emanuel, statement of.------------------------- 269 Funding-------------------------------------------- 273, 275 Inactivity of committee------------------------------ 270, 271 Accessibility of staff members----------------------- 270 Previous studies----------------------------------- 272 Work to be done.---------------------------------- 271 Membership------------------------------------------ 276 Opposition to budget request---------------------------- 269 Truman veto message on immigration-------------------- 274 Feighan, Hon. Michael A., statement of --------------------- 317 Activation recommended------------------------------- 321 Budget request, 1966----------------------------------- 319 Delegation of congressional authority-------------------- 420 Major problems, 1966---------------------------------- 3.18 Pending immigration legislation reform------------------- 3.18 Support of funds request------------------------------- 317 Joint committees---------------------------------------------- 259 Atomic energy-------------------------------------------- 260 Defense production---------------------------------------- 260 Economic Commitee, Joint---------------------------------- 259 Immigration and national policy----------------------------- 260 Inaugural ceremonies-------------------------------------- 259 Internal revenue taxation----------------------------------- 260

Printing-------------------------------------------------- 260 Senate, U.S.–Continued Page Joint Economic Committee------------------------------------- 412 Additional subcommittees, activation of --------------------- 412 Economic progress------ ------------------------------- 413 Economic statistics------------------------------------ 414 Federal procurement and regulation---------------------- 414 Fiscal policy------------------------------------------ 413 Inter-American economic relations-------------------------- – 413 Committee studies utilization of ---------------------------- 416 Hearings and travel---------- ------------------------------ 415 Knowles, James W., statement of --------------------------- 417 Appropriation summary, 1964–66, table ------------------ 422 Circulation and use of hearings and reports------------- 4.17, 418 Federal Reserve System, Chairman's testimony----------- 419 Impact of Great Society legislation---------------------- 421 Justification of request--------------------------------- 422 Minority hearing requests------------------------------ 420 Research assistant and statistician.--------------------------- 415 Staff economists----------------------------------------------- 415 When actually employed and contract employees-------------- 414 Laborers salary raise------------------------------------------- 268 Miscellaneous items-------------------------------------------- 256 Transportation-------------------------------------------- 256 ost estimate----------------------------------------- 257 Two trip allowance, costs----------------------------- 257, 258 Pages, increase for--------------------------------------------- 266 Penalty mail cost, statement of Post Office------------------------ 267 Police patrol of grounds---------------------------------------- 408 Estimated cost-------------------------------------------- 409 Evening opening, patrol for--------------------------------- 410 Library of Congress grounds, patrol of ---------------------- 410 Public buildings and grounds statute------------------------- 409 Senate Office Buildings night patrol------------------------ 410, 411 Substitution of language------------------------------------ 410 Support request------------------------------------------- 408 Secretary of the Senate and Sergeant at Arms--------------------- 324 Account system, revision of.-------------------------- 233,234, 235 Automobile, maintenance, and mail transportation------------- 229 Chauffeurs-------------------------------------------- 229 Leased cars------------------------------------------- 230 Mailtrucks-------------------------------------------- 229 Vehicles furnished and financed by Senate, list.------------ 230 Budget request, 1966, Senate-------------------------------- 224 Budget request, 1966, Sergeant at Arms---------------------- 224 Charwomen assignment------------------------------------ 412 Committee reduction and supplemental, 1965- ---------------- 227 Communications------------- "--------------------------- 237, 238 Certification of payment-------------------------------- 238 Telegraph account------------------------------------- 239 Folding documents----------- -- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 231 Housekeeping items---------------------------------------- 235 Janitorial supplies---------------------------------- ------- 239 Inquiries and investigations--------------------------- 231, 234, 235 Legislative counsel----------------------------------------- 239 Longevity compensation and agency contribution-------------- 227 Office rental---------------------------------------------- 236 Policy committees------------------------------------- 229 Postage-------------------------------------------------- 236 Resolution payroll----------------------------------------- 231 Position listed.----------------------------------------- 232

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