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SALARIES AND EXPENSES, OFFICE OF AGING

Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)

Continued

Identification code
For expenses necessary for the Office of Aging and the President's
Council on Aging, [$566,000] $703,000. (Department of Health,

09-35-0174-0-1-659
Education, and Welfare Appropriation Act, 1965.)

26.0 Supplies and materials..

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Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

31.0 Equipment.----

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Identification code

99.0 Total obligations.--

544 587
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Personnel Summary
Program by activities:
1. Office of Aging --

535 587

600 2. President's Council on Aging

103 Total number of permanent positions..

48 46

51
Full-time equivalent of other positions..

1
1

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Total program costs, funded.

535
587
703 Average number of all employees -

44
43

48
Change in selected resources 1.

9
Average GS grade.....

9.3 9.4

9.5 Average GS salary.

$9,100 $9,782 $9.893 10 Total obligations ...

544 587 Financing: 25 Unobligated balance lapsing.--.

1

COOPERATIVE RESEARCH OR DEMONSTRATION PROJECTS
New obligational authority.

545 587

703

For grants, contracts, and jointly financed cooperative arrangements for research or demonstration projects under section 1110 of

the Social Security Act, as amended (42 U.S.C. 1310), ($1,700,000] New obligational authority:

$2,000,000. (Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Ap40 Appropriation..-

propriation Act, 1965.)

545 566 703 44 Proposed supplemental due to civilian pay

Program and Financing in thousands of dollars)
increases..

21
Identification code

1965
09-35-0171-0-1-653

estimate Relation of obligations to expenditures: 71 Total obligations (affecting expendi

Program by activities: tures)...

544 587 703

10 Grants, contracts, and cooperative arrange72 Obligated balance, start of year.

35

82 74 Obligated balance, end of year..

ments (costs-obligations) (object class
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41.0).

1,455 1,700 2,000 90 Expenditures excluding pay increase

Financing: supplemental.

509 520 662 91

40 New obligational authority (appropriation) --- 1,455 1,700 Expenditures from civilian pay in

2,000 crease supplemental.

20

1

Relation of obligations to expenditures: - Selected resources as of June 30 are as follows: Unpaid undelivered orders,

71 Total obligations (affecting expenditures).

1,455 1,700

2,000 1963. $0; 1964. $9 thousand; 1965, $9 thousand; 1966. $9 thousand.

72 Obligated balance, start of year.

429 658 858 74 Obligated balance, end of year..

-658 -858 -1,058 The Office of Aging provides staff services in the devel-17 Adjustments in expired accounts.

- 32 opment of policies and programs of departmentwide scope 90 Expenditures.

1,193 1,500 1,800 and interest in the field of aging and in coordination of departmental activities relating to the aged. It conducts research and compiles statistics of similar scope and inter

The Social Security Act authorizes grants to States, est, provides public information services and encourages grants to public and nonprofit organizations and contracts and assists in the development of research and programs

or jointly financed cooperative arrangements for the con

duct of research or demonstration projects relating to for the training of professional personnel. It maintains liaison and provides consultative services with State and

programs carried on or existing under the Social Security

Act and programs related thereto. local organizations concerned with aging and with national Funds appropriated are used to support cooperative and international voluntary and philanthropic groups. research or demonstration projects in areas such as (1) This appropriation also finances the President's Council on those relating to the prevention and reduction of dependAging and necessary staff for its function.

ency, (2) those which will aid in effecting coordination of

planning between private and public welfare agencies, and
Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)

(3) those which will help improve the administration and
effectiveness of programs carried on or existing under the
Social Security Act and programs related thereto.

The $2 million requested for 1966 will provide $947

thousand to support approximately 22 new projects and Personnel compensation:

$1,053 thousand for the continuation in 1966, of projects

412 444 507
Positions other than permanent.

initiated in prior years.
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12

12
11.5
Other personnel compensation.-

1
1

IDollars in thousands/
Total personnel compensation -

457 520

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2 23.0 Rent, communications, and utilities.

New projects...--

21 $807 20 $829 22 8

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Continuing projects..

$947
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648

21 871 24 1.053
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32

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Total......

37 1,455 41 1.700 46 2,000

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Identification code 09-35-0174-0-1-659

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WELFARE ADMINISTRATION-Continued

General and special funds-Continued

RESEARCH AND TRAINING (SPECIAL FOREIGN CURRENCY PROGRAM)

For payments in foreign currencies which the Treasury Department determines to be excess to the normal requirements of the United States, for necessary expenses of the Welfare Administration, as authorized by law, $1,200,000, to remain available until expended: Provided, That this appropriation shall be available in addition to other appropriations to such agency, for the purchase of the foregoing currencies. (7 U.S.C. 1704.)

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

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Identification code 09-35-0172-0-1-651

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198

768

21.0 Travel and transportation of persons...41.0 Grants, subsidies, and contributions..

-1,033

266

768 447 -880

334

1965 1966 estimate estimate

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actual

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13 755

768

176

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90

176 880 -656 400

The Agricultural Trade Development and Assistance Act of 1954 authorizes the conduct of studies and research abroad in program matters for which the Welfare Administration has statutory responsibility in the United States. The estimate for 1966 contemplates the use of $1.2 million in foreign currencies.

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1. Maternal and child health. Studies, research, research planning, and research training in maternal and child health and handicapping conditions are proposed for eight countries because of research opportunities in special health fields to gain knowledge of value to the United States, to the country involved, and internationally.

2. Social welfare. Studies of urban social welfare and specialized social services are proposed in seven countries because of country experiences and research facilities in programs such as urban migration, community development, methods to strengthen family life, improve child care and prevent juvenile delinquency, and services for the aging. Cooperative projects are undertaken to contribute new knowledge valuable to social welfare programs in the United States, the country concerned, and internationally.

Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)

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1,100

15 161

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190

1,200

1,100 656 -956 800

1966 estimate

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Total obligations....

1 Selected resources as of June 30 are as follows: 1963, $45 thousand; 1964, $73 thousand; 1965, $5 thousand; 1966, $5 thousand.

The Office of the Commissioner directs and coordinates the programs of the Welfare Administration and performs basic research covering the broader phases of social

welfare.

1. Direction and coordination of the welfare program. This consists of (a) formulation of administrative policies; (b) certification of compliance of State laws, plans, and operations with Federal requirements and approval of grants to States; (c) coordinating interprogram activities; and (d) review of administrative management throughout the Welfare Administration.

2. Appraisal and development of the welfare program.— Provision is made for (a) basic studies beyond the immediate scope of any bureau or office; (b) review and coordination of research and statistics work in the Administration; (c) studying the causes, prevention, and reduction of dependency, matters pertaining to child life, the welfare needs of children, the aging and other groups, and for making studies and recommendations as to the most effective method of providing social and economic security through social welfare programs; and (d) long-range research to study personal, familial, and social factors

related to an urban society.

3. Administration of cooperative research program.-Provision is made for administering a program of cooperative

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research or demonstration projects in social welfare and

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars) — Continued social insurance.

Identification code

09-35-0173-0-1-653
Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)
Identification code

Program by activities–Continued
09-35-0170-0-1-653

2. Welfare assistance and services.

32,011 25,332 22,517
3. Resettlement and employment oppor-
tunities

2,153 2,028 1,690
Personnel compensation:

4. Education.

9,682 10,518 8,376
11.1 Permanent positions.---

538 789 909
5. Health services

1,178 1,171 934
11.3 Positions other than permanent..

17
25

46,010
Total program costs, funded.

40,000
Total personnel compensation...
555

34,400
814 934
Change in selected resources !

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12.0 Personnel benefits...

36
59

68
21.0 Travel and transportation of persons.

37
36

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10 Total obligations...

46,011 40,000 34,400
22.0 Transportation of things..

2
23.0 Rent, communications, and utilities..

22
22

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Financing:
24.0 Printing and reproduction...

35
33

38

25 Unobligated balance lapsing-...
25.1 Other services.

7,789
97
96

99
25.2 Services of other agencies.

25
25
25
New obligational authority.

53,800 40,000 34,400
26.0 Supplies and materials...

12
12

15
31.0 Equipment..

14

6

24 42.0 Insurance claims and indemnities.

1

New obligational authority:
99.0 Total obligations...

836 1,104 1.291
40 Appropriation....

39,717 34,800 34,400
50 Reappropriation...

14,083

7,789
45 Proposed transfer due to civilian and
Personnel Summary

military pay increases:
"Salaries and expenses, Food and Drug
Administration

-1,170 Total number of permanent positions.

77
80
99

"Salaries and expenses, Office of EduFull-time equivalent of other positions.

2
2
2
cation”

-120 Average number of all employees..

57
75
86
“Hospitals and medical care"

-1,299 Average GS grade...

9.3 9.4 9.5 Average GS salary.

$9,100 $9,782 $9.893

Relation of obligations to expenditures:
71 Total obligations (affecting expenditures).. 46,011 40,000 34,400
72 Obligated balance, start of year.

3,125 6,202 4,102
Grants to States, next succeeding fiscal year: For making, after

74 Obligated balance, end of year.

-6,202 -4,102 -4,932 May 31 of the current fiscal year, payments to States under titles I,

77 Adjustments in expired accounts.

-368 IV, V, X, XIV, and XVI, respectively, of the Social Security Act, 90 as amended, for the first quarter of the next succeeding fiscal year,

Expenditures.

42,566 42,100 33,570 such sums as may be necessary, the obligations incurred and the expenditures made thereunder for payments under each of such titles

Selected resources as of June 30 are as follows: Unpaid undelivered orders: to be charged to the appropriation therefor for that fiscal year.

1963, $28 thousand; 1964 adjustments, – $27 thousand; 1964, $1 thousand; 1965.

$1 thousand; 1966, $1 thousand. In the administration of titles I, IV, V, X, XIV, and XVI, respectively, of the Social Security Act, as amended, payments to a State under any of such titles for any quarter in the period beginning States was established by the President in 1961. During

A program to assist Cuban refugees in the United April 1 of the prior year, and ending June 30 of the current year, may be made with respect to a State plan approved under such title

1961 and 1962, the program was carried out under anthoriprior to or during such period, but no such payment shall be made

ties in the Mutual Security Act of 1954, and the Foreign with respect to any plan for any quarter prior to the quarter in which Assistance Act of 1961. On June 28, 1962, Public Law such plan was submitted for approval.

87-510 was enacted which provides for assistance to such
refugees.

As of June 30, 1964, 172,572 refugees had registered at
ASSISTANCE TO REFUGEES IN THE UNITED STATES

the Cuban Refugee Center in Miami and 79,230 had been
For expenses necessary to carry out the provisions of the Migra-

resettled under Government auspices to other locations tion and Refugee Assistance Act of 1962 (Public Law 87-510), re

in the United States. It is estimated that about 85,000 lating to aid to refugees within the United States, including hire of refugees remained as of that date in the Miami area. passenger motor vehicles, and services as authorized by section 15 of The program provides the following services for Cuban the Act of August 2, 1946 (5 U.S.C. 55a), [$34,800,000] $34,400,000 refugees in the United States: [together with the unobligated balance of the appropriation under this head for the fiscal year 1964: Provided, That the final sentence

1. Direction and coordination of program including in section 2(e) of the Migration and Refugee Assistance Act of 1962 reception, registration, and classification of refugees. is hereby repealed] (Foreign Assistance and Related Agencies Provides Federal direction of the program and includes Appropriation Act, 1965.)

work with the refugees to prepare them for resettlement Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

and employment. New registrations are estimated to

total 5,200 persons in 1965 and 3,900 in 1966,
Identification code
09-35-0173-0-1-653

1966

2. Welfare assistance and services. State and private

estimate welfare agencies provide, on a reimbursable basis, to Program by activities:

needy refugees financial assistance, hospitalization, sur1. Direction and coordination of program

plus food as well as care for unaccompanied children. including reception, registration, and

30,300 persons were receiving financial assistance in classification of refugees...

986 951

Florida at the end of 1964. Primarily through resettle

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WELFARE ADMINISTRATION–Continued

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars) —Continued General and special funds-Continued

Identification code

09-35-1471-1-1-653 ASSISTANCE TO REFUGEES IN THE UNITED STATES—Continued

Relation of obligations to expenditures: ment, the number is expected to decline to 20,000 at the 71 Total obligations (affecting expenditures)-

100.000 end of 1965 and to 17,000 at the end of 1966.

90 3. Resettlement and employment opportunities. Through

Expenditures...

100,000 contracts with various agencies, refugees are provided homes and jobs in areas other than Miami. During

Under proposed legislation, 1966.-Legislation is pro1964, 16,742 persons were resettled. It is estimated that

posed to broaden the medical vendor provisions of the 15,600 and 13,000 persons will be resettled in 1965 and

public assistance program, including provision of medical 1966. 4. Education. --Selected training is provided to equip available to the medically indigent aged under the Kerr

care to children in needy families on a basis similiar to that the refugees for employment and resettlement. The average daily child population on whose behalf payments

Mills program. These funds would help finance remedial

health services for the majority of the children identified are made to meet part of the added cost to the Miami

as needing care by the expanded school health screening, public schools is expected to decline from 16,690 in 1964 to about 15,400 and 8,000 in 1965 and 1966. Loans diagnostic and followup program to be authorized under

related proposals. made to needy college students are expected to rise from 2,300 in 1964 to 3,000 and 3,500 in 1965 and 1966. 5. Health services. These services are provided to new

Proposed for separate transmittal: arrivals and to needy refugees in Miami and include

IMPROVEMENT AND EXPANSION OF PUBLIC ASSISTANCE medical screening, outpatient clinic services and care of patients with tuberculosis and mental illness.

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

Identification code
Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)

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Grants are made to this nonprofit institution in Louisville, Ky., to (1) support the manufacture of special books and teaching materials which are distributed to all public educational institutions for the blind, as well as to regular public schools in which blind children are enrolled, and (2) provide for staff and other expenses of committees which advise the Printing House relative to administration of the Federal funds.

Numbers of blind children served by the program are as follows: 1964 actual, 17,330; 1965 estimate, 18,092; 1966 estimate, 18,700.

The Printing House also receives $10 thousand annually from a $250 thousand permanent trust fund on deposit with the Treasury.

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FREEDMEN'S HOSPITAL General and special funds:

BALARIES AND EXPENBE8

Total personnel compensation.. 12.0 Personnel benefits.. 21.0 Travel and transportation of persons. 23.0 Rent, communications, and utilities. 24.0 Printing and reproduction.25.2 Services of other agencies. 26.0 Supplies and materials.

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For expenses necessary for operation and maintenance, including repairs; furnishing, repairing, and cleaning of wearing apparel used by employees in the performance of their official duties; transfer of funds to the appropriation "Salaries and expenses, Howard University'' for salaries of technical and professional personnel detailed to the hospital; payments to the appropriations of Howard University for actual cost of heat, light, and power

furnished by such university; [$3,873,000] $4,624,000: "Provided, That no intern or resident physician receiving compensation from this appropriation on a fulltime basis shall receive compensation in the form of wages or salary from any other appropriation in this title: Provided further, That the District of Columbia shall pay by check to Freedmen's Hospital, upon the Surgeon General's request, in advance at the beginning of each quarter, such amount as the Surgeon General calculates will be earned on the basis of rates approved by the Bureau of the Budget for the care of patients certified by the District of Columbia. Bills rendered by the Surgeon General on the basis of such calculations

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