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Personnel Summary
(in thousands of dollars):
1964 actual 1965 estimate 1966 estimate

1964
Income from products sold and services

actual
performed the costs of which are in-
cluded in program costs of current or

Total number of permanent positions...

7,720 7,617 7,695 prior years:

113 Full-time equivalent of other positions..

123 113 Sale of source and special nuclear materials.

7,311 2,722

7,191

7,321 Average number of all employees ..

15,000 8,000 Income from lease of materials, con

Average grade, grades established by the Atomic

9.4 Energy Commission...

9.6 9.6 sumption charges for special nuclear materials and interest on deferred sale

Average salary, grades established by the

$9,462 9,948

$10,283 $10,367 of materials..

Atomic Energy Commission..

13,770 15,900
Income from charges for recovery of
source and special nuclear material.. 470

809 1,010
Income from sale of steam..

735

1,660 2.920
Income from research hospitals...

554
500

500
Income from training, education and
information..

PLANT AND CAPITAL EQUIPMENT
164
190

200
Income from communities.

5,706 5,201

5,103
Miscellaneous income...
1.572 1,776 1,262

For expenses of the Commission, as authorized by law, in connec

tion with the purchase and construction of plant and the acquisition Subtotal...... 21.871 38,906 34,895 of capital equipment and other expenses incidental thereto necessary

in carrying out the purposes of the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as Income from other products sold and serv

amended, including the acquisition or condemnation of any real ices performed, costs of which are in

property or any facility or for plant or facility acquisition, concurred at request of others and in

struction, or expansion; purchase of not to exceed [three hundred cluded under Cost of work for others:

and eighty-four] five hundred and fifty-nine, of which four hundred Products sold.. 4,650 8,670 10,570

and twenty-three are for replacement only [(including three at not Services performed 1,555 2,470 1,160

to exceed $3,000 each)], and hire of passenger motor vehicles; and

purchase of [one] three aircraft; [$363,000,000] $250,000,000, to Subtotal... 6,205 11,140 11.730 remain available until expended (: Provided, That not to exceed

$9,000,000 of the amount appropriated herein for an isotopes proTotal, Receipts and reimburse

duction plant may be transferred to the appropriation for "Operating ments from non-Federal sources

expenses”, if the Commission determines such transfer to be (revenues applied) 28,076 50,046 46,625 necessary to enter into an arrangement for construction of all or a

part of such plant by private industry]. (42 U.S.C. 2017; 78 Stat.

227; Public Works Appropriation Act, 1965; additional authorizing Object classification (in thousands of dollars)

legislation to be proposed.)

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Program by activities:
Facilities and equipment for
1. Raw materials..

27
70

60 2. Special nuclear materials.

36,667 56,534 27,615 3. Weapons.

109,643 150,837 93,580 4. Reactor development.

83,960 162,477 67,577 5. Physical research..

79,353 152,247 88,150 6. Biology and medicine.

6,984 12,532 9,085 7. Training, education, and information.. 342 960 880 8. Civilian applications of Isotopes...

2,685 2.046 2,200 Nuclear explosives.

404 400

500 9. Communities.

5,689 6,955 3,511 10. Administrative..

542 757 587 11. Construction planning and design... 1,838 3,837 3,000 10 Total obligations...

328,134 549,652 296,745 Financing: 17 Recovery of prior year obligations.--. -14.748 -486 21 Unobligated balance available, start of year. -146,297-232,911 -46,745 24 Unobligated balance available, end of year.. 232,911 46.745 40 New obligational authority (appropriation)

400,000 363,000 250,000

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Total costs, funded, Atomic Energy
Commission....

2,429,824 2,346,070 2.273,597 94.0 Change in selected resources.

39,227 | -12,898 40,475
Total obligations. Atomic Energy
Commission...

2,469,051 2.333, 172 2,314,072

ALLOCATION ACCOUNTS 25.1. Other services

-5.920 25.2 Services of other agencies.

19 26.0 Supplies and materials..

-2 Total obligations, allocation accounts. -5.903 99.0 Total obligations....

2,463, 148 2.333,172 2,314,072

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Obligations are distributed as follows:

Atomic Energy Commission..
Commerce, Maritime Administration..
Defense - Military. Army.---

71 Obligations affecting expenditures.. 313,386 549,166 296,745 72 Obligated balance, start of year.

248,706 335,774 464,939 73 Obligated balance transferred from "Oper. ating expenses" (77 Stat. 844).

143,781 74 Obligated balance, end of year... -335,774 -464,939 -416,684 90 Expenditures....

370.100 420,000 345,000

2,469,051 2,333, 172 2,314,072

513 -6,416

General and special funds-Continued

PLANT AND CAPITAL EQUIPMENT-Continued

This appropriation provides for the construction of plants and facilities and for the acquisition of capital equipment, all required for the production, research and development, and supporting programs of the Atomic Energy Commission. Of the new obligational authority of $250 million being requested for 1966, $90.2 million applies to new construction projects; $700 thousand is applicable to construction projects previously authorized by the Congress; and $159.1 million is required for the acquisition of capital equipment not related to construc

tion.

1. Raw materials.-This activity provides for minor construction to support the Government-owned procurement installations and for procurement of capital equipment necessary to support the operating program. Obligational requirements of $60 thousand in 1966 include $25 thousand for new construction projects and $35 thousand for capital equipment not related to construction.

2. Special nuclear materials.-This activity provides for additions, modifications, and improvements to the feed materials plants, the gaseous diffusion plants, and the production reactor installations, and for procurement of capital equipment necessary to support the operating program. Obligational requirements of $27.6 million in 1966 include $11.1 million for new construction projects and $16.5 million for capital equipment not related to con

struction.

3. Weapons. This activity provides for construction and modification of weapons production, development and testing facilities and for procurement of capital equipment to support the operating program. Obligational requirements of $93.6 million in 1966 include $38.9 million for new construction projects and $54.7 million for capital equipment not related to construction.

1966 include $43.3 million for new construction projects, principally a bubble chamber and experimental area and a solid state science building at Argonne National Laboratory, an electron linear accelerator at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, other laboratory facilities to house various research efforts, and accelerator improvements. Also included is $44.9 million for capital equipment not related to construction.

6. Biology and medicine.-This activity provides for construction of facilities for biomedical research in atomic energy and for procurement of capital equipment to support the operating program. Obligational requirements of $9.1 million in 1966 include $4.6 million for new construction projects, principally for a virus control laboratory at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, and an animal laboratory at Brookhaven National Laboratory, and $4.5 million for capital equipment not related to construction. 7. Training, education and information.-This activity provides for construction in connection with the AEČ training program, and for procurement of capital equipment to support the operating program. Obligational requirements of $880 thousand in 1966 include $200 thousand for general plant projects and $680 thousand for capital equipment not related to construction.

8. Civilian applications of: Isotopes.-This activity provides for procurement of capital equipment not related to construction required for developing uses of radioisotopes and high-level radiation. Obligational requirements in 1966 total $2.2 million.

Nuclear explosives.-This activity provides for procurement of capital equipment not related to construction for use in the investigation and development of peaceful uses for nuclear explosives. Obligational requirements in 1966 total $500 thousand.

9. Communities. This activity provides for improvements and additions to community facilities at Los Alamos, N. Mex., and for procurement of capital equip ment to support the operating program. Obligational requirements of $3.5 million in 1966 include $2.6 million for new construction projects, $700 thousand for construction previously authorized in connection with disposal of the Los Alamos, N. Mex., community, and $186 thousand for capital equipment not related to construction.

and

10. Administrative. This activity provides for improvements and modifications of administrative facilities at the Commission headquarters in Germantown, Md., for procurement of capital equipment to support the operating program. Obligational requirements of $587 thousand in 1966 include $100 thousand for general plant projects and $487 thousand for capital equipment not

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4. Reactor development.-This activity provides for the construction and modification of developmental and laboratory facilities for fundamental engineering work on reactor concepts and materials; facilities for the housing of reactor experiments; and development and test installations. It also provides for procurement of capital equipment necessary to support the operating program. Obligational requirements of $67.6 million in 1966 include $33.1 million for construction projects and $34.5 million for capital equipment not related to construction. Major construction projects include a sodium pump test facility, an electron linear accelerator, and a re-entry burnup test facility.

5. Physical research. This activity provides for construction of large research machines, laboratory buildings and associated support facilities, and for procurement of capital equipment necessary to support the operating program. It includes modification and improvement of ultra-high energy particle accelerators in the multibillion electron-volt range, which will assist in obtaining new knowledge about the atomic nucleus and the elementary particles. Obligational requirements of $88.2 million in

related to construction.

11. Construction planning and design. This activity provides for advance architect-engineer work to develop precise information on the characteristics of proposed projects and the development of sound and reliable estimates of cost prior to proposing such projects for

authorization.

The costs to this appropriation and the financing of these projects are analyzed in the following table:

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22.0 Transportation of things-
25.1 Other services..
25.2 Services of other agencies.
26.0 Supplies and materials.-
31.0 Equipment...
32.0 Lands and structures --
42.0 Insurance claims and indemnities.

Total costs, funded, Atomic Energy

Commission.... 94.0 Change in selected resources

Total obligations, Atomic Energy

Commission..

Total number of permanent positions..
Average number of all employees.-
Average GS grade..---
Average GS salary.

53, 155 1,942

190 169,035 120,028

150

2

2 6.7 $6,633

1

1 6.8 $7,003

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ALLOCATIONS RECEIVED FROM OTHER ACCOUNTS Note.-Obligations incurred under allocations from other accounts are included in the schedules of the parent appropriations as follows:

Funds appropriated to the President, “Economic Assistance."
Department of Defense-Military:

Army. "Research, Test and Evaluation."
Navy:

"Navy Management Fund."
"Other Procurement.

"Shipbuilding and Conversion."
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, "Construction of Facilities."!
Commerce, "Research and Development, Maritime.
Housing and Home Finance Agency. "Community Disposal Operations."

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Intragovernmental funds:

ADVANCES AND REIMBURSEMENTS

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APPENDIX TO THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1966

Program by activities-Continued Change in selected resources 1.

Total obligations.....

year.. 24.98 Unobligated balance available, end of

year...

New obligational authority....

90

Relation of obligations to expenditures: Total obligations........

71 Obligations affecting expenditures.. 72.98 Receivables in excess of obligations, start of year.. 74.98 Receivables in excess of obligations, end of year.. Expenditures..

Identification code 18-00-3900-0-4-058

1964 actual

110,565 210,000 210,000 Receipts and other offsets (items 11-17)--107,185-173,646 -210,000

3,380 36,354

-72,446 -64,814 -28,460 64,814 28,460 28,460 -4,252

11.3 Personnel compensation: Positions other than permanent... 12.0 Personnel benefits...

-6,056 -2,719 42,000 110,565 210,000 210,000

1965 1966 estimate estimate

-88,755-134,887-181,777 -18,430 -38,759 -28,223

-39,734

-36,354

36,354

1 Selected resources as of June 30 are as follows: Unpaid undelivered orders, 1963, $75,709 thousand; 1964, $69,653 thousand; 1965, $66,934 thousand; 1966, $108,934 thousand.

Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)

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21.0 Travel and transportation of persons. 25.1 Other services..

Total costs, funded....

116,590

12 212,680

116,621 212,719

1966 estimate

69 5 20 167,906 168,000

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GENERAL PROVISIONS

Any appropriation available [under this or any other Act] to the Atomic Energy Commission may initially be used subject to limitations in this Act during the fiscal year [1965] 1966 to finance the procurement of materials, services, or other costs which are a part of work or activities for which funds have been provided in any other appropriation available to the Commission: Provided, That appropriate transfers or adjustments between such appropriations shall subsequently be made for such costs on the basis of actual application determined in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles.

Not to exceed 5 per centum of appropriations made available for the fiscal year [1965] 1966 for "Operating expenses" and "Plant and capital equipment" may be transferred between such appropriations, but neither such appropriation, except as otherwise provided herein, shall be increased by more than 5 per centum by any such transfers, and any such transfers shall be reported promptly to the Appropriations Committees of the House and Senate.

No part of any appropriation herein shall be used to confer a fellowship on any person who advocates or who is a member of an organization or party that advocates the overthrow of the Government of the United States by force or violence or with respect to whom the Commission finds, upon investigation and report by the Civil Service Commission on the character, associations, and loyalty of whom, that reasonable grounds exist for belief that such person is disloyal to the Government of the United States: Provided, That any person who advocates or who is a member of an organization or party that advocates the overthrow of the Government of the United States by force or violence and accepts employment or a fellowship the salary, wages, stipend, grant, or expenses for which are paid from any appropriation contained herein shall be guilty of a felony and, upon conviction, shall be fined not more than $1,000 or imprisoned for not more than one year, or both: Provided further, That the above penal clause shall be in addition to, and not in substitution for, any other provisions of existing law. (42 U.S.C. 2011; Public Works Appropriation Act, 1965.)

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FEDERAL AVIATION AGENCY

1964

1965 estimate

1966 estimate

The functions of the Federal Aviation Agency include

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

Continued (a) encouraging and fostering the development of civil

Identification code aeronautics and air commerce in the United States and

21-00–1301-0-1-501

actual abroad; (b) managing the use of navigable airspace and regulating both civil and military air operations; (c) in

Relation of obligations to expenditures: stalling and operating aids to air navigation and traffic 71 Total obligations (affecting expenditures).- 514,503 555,100 553,500

54,198 49.621 64,721 control for civil and military, aircraft; (d) conducting 32 Obligated balance, start of year.

74 Obligated balance, end of year.

-49,621 -64,721 -73,221 research to develop new and improved facilities and

77 Adjustments in expired accounts..

-1,383 techniques to modernize the airways systems; (e) conducting medical research on human factors which directly 90 Expenditures excluding pay increase affect safety in civil aviation; (f) certifying the competency

supplemental....

517,697 528,300 544,200

91 of airmen and the airworthiness of aircraft; (g) develop

Expenditures from civilian pay increase
supplemental...

11,700 800 ing standards and rules designed to promote safety; and (b) administering grants for airport construction.

1. Operation of traffic control system. This activity General and special funds:

covers the operation on a daily 24-hour basis of a national

system of air traffic management in the United States and OPERATIONS

its possessions. With the aid of radar, communications,

and other facilities, traffic management personnel at 28 For necessary expenses of the Federal Aviation Agency, not otherwise provided for, including administrative expenses for research centers monitor and control en route flights of civil and and development and for establishment of air navigation facilities, military aircraft conducted under instrument conditions and carrying out the provisions of the Federal Airport Act; not to exceed $10,000 for representation allowances and for official enter

to assure safety and to expedite the flow of traffic. Containment; purchase of [fourteen) sour passenger motor vehicles (,

trol towers are operated at 290 major civil airports to including ten] for replacement only; and purchase and repair of guide traffic movements on and in the vicinity of the skis and snowshoes; E$542,600,000) $553,600,000: Provided, That airports. Some 346 domestic and international flight total costs of aviation medicine, including equipment, for the Federal

service stations transmit weather and other information Aviation Agency, whether provided in the foregoing appropriation or elsewhere in this Act, shall not exceed [$6,200,000) $6,760,000

to pilots and relay traffic control data between ground or include in excess of 406 positions: Provided further, That there controllers and pilots. In 1966 the costs of operating may be credited to this appropriation, funds received from States, newly commissioned air traffic control facilities and of counties, municipalities, other public authorities, and private handling growing workload are more than offset by sources, for expenses incurred in the maintenance and operation of air navigation facilities. (49 U.S.C. 1301 et seq.; 49° U.S.C.

increases in productivity and other economy measures. 1151-1160; 50 U.S.C. a-c and App. 1622(9); Convention on International Civil Aviation, 61 Stat. 1180; Convention on International

TRENDS IN VOLUME OF AIR TRAFFIC Recognition of Rights in Aircraft, 4 U.S. 1830, 1953; Executive

Instrument Order 11048 and related regulations (27 F.R. 8887; 8855), and 10

Landings and
U.S.C. 4655; Independent Offices Appropriation Act, 1965.)

takeoffs at al airports
airports

General

with FAA traffic conProgram and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

hours flown

(in millions) (in millions) (in millions) (in billions) Identification code

1960..

26.4

6.7
13.0

38.1 21-00-1301-0-1-501

estimato 1961.

25.6

6.6
13.4

38.8 1962.

27.4

7.4
14.0

42.5 Program by activities:

1963.

29.2

7.8
14.8

45.9 1. Operation of traffic control system....

209,664 226,855 226,626

1964...

32.9

8.7
15.5

54.2 2. Installation and materiel services...

36.0
64,768
1965 estimate.

9.6
71,482

16.3 68.996

61.0 3. Maintenance of traffic control system.-- 137,014

146, 196

38.1
148,540
1966 estimate.

10.1
17.0

65.8 4. Administration of flight standards pro

2. Installation and materiel services.—This activity gram.

80,720 86,206 83,557 5. Administration of medical programs...

3.631 4,233 4.773

covers the direction and engineering services related to 6. Research direction..

10,474 10.810 10,908 the establishment and improvement of facilities and 7. Administration of airports program..

8.232 9,460

equipments in the traffic control system; procurement, 10 Total obligations...

contracting and materiel management programs; supply 514,503 555, 100 553,500

support and leased communications services for the Financing:

traffic control system; and supply support for Agency 25 Unobligated balance lapsing---

13,398

aircraft except for aircraft related to research and developNew obligational authority.

527,901 555, 100 553, 500

ment programs. Increases in 1966 are to provide supply support and leased communications services for new air

traffic control and air navigation facilities. These added New obligational authority:

costs are offset in part by the elimination of nonessen

528,000 542,600 553,500 41 Transferred to "Operating expenses, Public

tial facilities, and more efficient manpower utilization. Buildings Service," Čeneral Services

3. Maintenance of traffic control system.—This activity Administration (77 Stat. 436)..

-99

covers the technical operation and maintenance of a Appropriation (adjusted)

527,901 542,600 553,500 national network of air navigation and traffic control Proposed supplemental due to civilian

aids in the United States and its possessions. Increases pay increases...

12,500

in 1966 for maintenance of air traffic control and naviga

operations

wllh FAA

aviation

Resenue passenger

miles

towers

trol service

1966

1964 actual

1965 estimate

160 |_ 9.958

40 Appropriation..

43 44

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