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General and special funds-Continued

Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)

Continued CONSTRUCTION, WASHINGTON NATIONAL AIRPORT—Continued Identification code

21-00-1328-0-1-501 This appropriation finances modernization and expansion programs at Washington National Airport. The

ALLOCATION TO BUREAU OF estimate for 1966 provides for paving of apron areas to

PUBLIC ROADS-Continued withstand loads imposed by current aircraft operations. 25.1 Other services ..

40

42 All outlays for physical improvements are added to the

25.2 Services of other agencies.

33 35 airport's capital investment and will be recovered

26.0 Supplies and materials..

1

1 32.0 Lands and structures.

3 through fees and charges to the tenants and users of

2,847 the airport.

Total obligations, Bureau of Public
Roads...

126
Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)

99.0 Total obligations.

3,131 5,236 Identification code

1965 21-00-1328-0-1-501

estimate estimate

Personnel Summary FEDERAL AVIATION AGENCY

26_2,977

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Identification code

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This appropriation finances the development and ex- of public airports. These grants generally cover 50% of pansion at Dulles International Airport. The 1966

The 1966 project costs and are limited to facilities deemed essential estimate provides for a modification to the fresh air intake under the criteria of safety, convenience, and efficiency. of the terminal building air conditioning system and the Contract authorizations were provided for this program construction of an equipment protection and bulk storage through 1961. These authorizations together with the building. All outlays for physical improvements are appropriations to liquidate obligations incurred under the added to the airport's capital investment, and will be authorizations are reflected in the schedules for Grants-inrecovered through fees and charges to the tenants and aid for airports (liquidation of contract authorization). users of the airport.

Public Law 88–280 approved March 11, 1964, amended Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)

the Federal Airport Act to provide additional appropriation authorization of $75 million for each of the years

1965, 1966, and 1967. This account covers appropriations 21-00–1329-0-1-501

authorized under that Act as well as appropriations of

prior years, beginning with 1962. 11.1 Personnel compensation: Permanent

The following table summarizes activity under both the positions.

31
23

23 12.0 Personnel benefits..

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2

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contract authority and that part of the program which is 25.1 Other services.

10 funded by direct appropriations: 32.0 Lands and structures. 12 560 165

IDollars in millions 99.0 Total obligations. 45 585 200

through 1965

1966

1964 actual estimate eslimate Airport having projects in program

1,888 460 465 Personnel Summary

Total projects in program.

5,817 460

465 Projects financially completed.

4.353 355

360

$815.1 Grant funds ..

$75.0 $75.0 Total number of permanent positions.

2
2
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$765.5
Grant obligations.

$77.3 $80.0 Average number of all employees.

2
2
2

$57.0 $60.0 Average GS grade... 6.7

$617.1 Federal expenditures.

6.5 6.5 Average GS salary.

$6.829 $7,031 $7,144

This submission provides for funding of the 1967 program in 1966 at a reduced level of $62.5 million.

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[GRANTS-IN-AID FOR AIRPORTS (LIQUIDATION OF CONTRACT

AUTHORIZATION)]

GRANTS-IN-AID FOR AIRPORTS For grants-in-aid for airports pursuant to the provisions of the Federal Airport Act, as amended, [$150,000,000,] for the fiscal year 1967, $62,500,000, to remain available until expended [, as follows: for the purposes of section 5(d)(4) of such Act: $66,500,000 for each of the fiscal years 1965 and 1966; for the purposes of section 5(d)(5) of such Act, $1,500,000 for each of the fiscal years 1965 and 1966; and for the purposes of section 5(d)(6) of such Act, $7,000,000 for each of the fiscal years 1965 and 1966). (49 U.S.C. 1101-1106, 1108-1119; Supplemental Appropriation Act, 1965.)

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Based on an initial design competition, completed in

January 1964, two airframe and two engine manufac[GRANTS-IN-AID FOR AIRPORTS (LIQUIDATION OF CONTRACT AUTHORIZATION)]-Continued

turers were selected to continue work on promising

concepts. The results were submitted to the Federal The Federal Airport Act, as amended in 1955, provided Aviation Agency in October 1964 and are being evaluated. for contract authorization of $42.5 million for 1956 and Meanwhile, the Department of Commerce is conducting $63 million for each of the succeeding years 1957 through additional studies of the economics of alternative designs. 1961. These authorizations continued a program of Investigations of the effects of sonic boom are also undergrants to public agencies to assist them in the develop- way and will be evaluated by a special committee of the ment and improvement of a national system of airports National Academy of Sciences.

The results of these efforts will be considered early in to serve civil aviation. Public Law 87-255, approved September 20, 1961, and

calendar year 1965 by the President's Advisory Commit

tee on the Supersonic Transport. Recommendations with subsequent authorization further amended the Federal Airport Act to provide for funding of grants through Congress at a later date.

respect to the 1966 program will be transmitted to the direct appropriations rather than contract authority. Appropriations proposed pursuant to these authorizations

Object Classification (in thousands of dollars) are shown under heading Grants-in-aid for airports. The

Identification code narrative statement for that account includes data on the 21-00-1358-0-1-501 total airport grant program financed by both contract authorization and direct appropriations.

FEDERAL AVIATION AGENCY

Personnel compensation: 11.1 Permanent positions.

295 1,067 11.3 Positions other than permanent..

8

7 CIVIL SUPERSONIC AIRCRAFT DEVELOPMENT

11.4 Special personal service payments.

1 11.5 Other personnel compensation...

17

6 Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

Total personnel compensation.

321 1,080 Identification code

12.0 Personnel benefits..

20

75 21-00-1358-0-1-501

actual
21.0 Travel and transportation of persons.

128 183
22.0 Transportation of things.....

3

15 23.0 Rent, communications, and utilities.

8

8 Program by activities:

24.0 Printing and reproduction.

3 10 Civil supersonic aircraft research and

17

25.1 Other services... development (obligations).

41,577

17,056
17,605 43,893
25.2 Services of other agencies.

1

18 26.0 Supplies and materials..

55 Financing:

5 21 Unobligated balance available, start of year.

31.0 Equipment..-

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15 -1,498 -43,893 24 Unobligated balance available, end of year.

42.0 Insurance claims and indemnities

25
43.893
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Total obligations. Federal Aviation
priation).
60,000
Agency -----

43,018

17,605 ALLOCATION TO DEPARTMENT

OF COMMERCE Relation of obligations to expenditures: 71 Total obligations (affecting expenditures) -- 17,605 43.893

25.1 Other services...

875 72 Obligated balance, start of year.

22.709 35,321 30,714 74 Obligated balance, end of year..---- -35,321 –30,714 -5,014 99.0 Total obligations.

17,605 43,893 90 Expenditures...4,993 48,500 25,700

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