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General and special funds:

SELECTIVE SERVICE SYSTEM

SALARIES AND EXPENSES

For expenses necessary for the operation and maintenance of the Selective Service System, as authorized by title I of the Universal Military Training and Service Act (62 Stat. 604), as amended, including services as authorized by section 15 of the Act of August 2, 1946 (5 U.S.C. 55a); expenses of attendance at meetings and of training for uniformed personnel assigned to the Selective Service System, as authorized by law (5U.S.C. 2301-2318) for civilian employees; hire of motor vehicles; purchase of [thirteen] nineteen passenger motor vehicles for replacement only; not to exceed $62,000 for the National Selective Service Appeal Board; and $38,000 for the National Advisory Committee on the Selection of Physicians, Dentists, and Allied Specialists; [$40,009,000:] $49,500,000, Provided, That during the current fiscal year, the President may exempt this appropriation from the provisions of subsection (c) of section 3679 of the Revised Statutes, as amended, whenever he deems such action to be necessary in the interest of national defense.

[For an additional amount for "Salaries and expenses", $6,500,000, of which not to exceed $2,000,000 may be used for additional personnel.] (Independent Offices Appropriation Act, 1965; Supplemental Appropriation Act, 1965.)

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The primary purpose of the Selective Service System is effective manpower utilization through classification under the Universal Military Training and Service Act. The System is responsible for supplying men to keep the Armed Forces at their authorized strength and to the extent that their needs are not met by voluntary enlistment. It will be required to supply an estimated 125,000 men for this purpose in 1966 as compared to approximately 95,000 in 1965 and 151,000 in 1964.

1. National administration, planning, training and records management. The overall administration of the act including planning, training, and records management is accomplished by the National Headquarters and six Regional Field Offices.

2. State administration, planning, training, and records servicing.-Administration of the act within the several States is the responsibility of the 56 State headquarters operating under the policies determined by National headquarters.

3. Registration, classification, and induction. These functions affecting over 29,000,000 registrants are accomplished by the over 48,000 uncompensated citizens assisted by about 6,000 clerks at over 4,000 boards. These citizens determine who shall be deferred and for how long in the national interest in agriculture, industry, or other pursuits. They also determine the availability for military service of members of the Standby Reserve.

4. National Advisory Committee on the Selection of Physicians, Dentists and Allied Specialists.-This Committee acts in an advisory capacity to the Selective Service System. It is separately administered, but funds are furnished by the Selective Service System from its appropriation.

5. National Selective Service Appeal Board.-This Board acts on the classification of registrants which have been appealed to the President. It is under separate administration but the Selective Service System provides funds for its operation.

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Total number of permanent positions..
Full-time equivalent of other positions..
Average number of all employees..
Averare GS grade...........
Average GS salary..

Average salary of ungraded positions..

Personnel Summary

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23,825 28,964 3,550 3,632 226 213 3,156

56 3.819 30.757 36,628 2,031

2,436

4,880

5,818

136

134

1,448

386

107

143

260

40,148 70

40,218

5.536

1,018

6,413

7.0 $7,426 $4,323

1965 1966 estimate estimate

1964 actual

1,942

235

240

357

174

47,964

-96

47,868

6,556

812

29,259 3,655 48 3,868

36,830

2,476

6,903

130

2,188

256

SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION General and special funds:

SALARIES AND EXPENSES

For necessary expenses, not otherwise provided for, of the Small Business Administration, including hire of passenger motor vehicles [$7,150,000] $7,315,000, and in addition there may be transferred to this appropriation (a) not to exceed $50,000 from the appropriation "Trade adjustment loan assistance," for administrative expenses of activities financed under that appropriation, and (b) not to exceed [$28,000,000 $37,313,000 from the revolving fund, Small Business Administration, for administrative expenses in connection with activities financed under said fund: Provided, [That the amount authorized for transfer from the revolving fund, Small Business Administration, may be increased, with the approval of the Bureau of the Budget, by such amount (not exceeding $500,000) as may be required to finance administrative expenses incurred in the making of disaster loans: Provided further,] That 10 per centum of the amount authorized to be transferred from the revolving fund, Small Business Administration, shall be apportioned for use, pursuant to section 3679 of the Revised Statutes, as amended, only in such amounts and at such times as may be necessary to carry out the business loan program] and disaster loan programs. (72 Stat. 384, as amended; 72 Stat. 689, as amended; Departments of State, Justice, and Commerce, the Judiciary, and Related Agencies Appropriation Act, 1965.)

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

150

311

256

49,500

6,813 127

6,940 7,486

49.500

6,590 813

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7,486 7,065

250

7,315

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The Small Business Administration counsels, assists, and protects the interest of small business; provides aid to business firms and homeowners who have suffered losses through disasters; and makes loans to assist firms to adjust to changed economic conditions resulting from increased competition from imported articles.

and distributing management aids and bulletins, estab-
lishing administrative management courses, and counseling
on new and improved products and processes.

2. Research contracts.-Research studies designed to
reveal matters materially affecting the competitive
strength of small business and the effect on small business
of Federal laws, programs, and regulations are financed
under this activity.

3. Investment and development company assistance and supervision. In order to stimulate and supplement the flow of private capital to small business concerns, this agency is authorized to (a) license, regulate, and examine small business investment companies, (b) provide initial capital to these companies, (c) lend growth funds to such companies, and (d) lend funds to State and local development companies for financing small business firms. Funds for administrative expenses are transferred from the revolving fund.

4. Financial assistance.-Small business concerns, vic-
tims of disasters, and businesses displaced because of
federally aided construction, are assisted through loans,
which are administered so as to assure return of the
Government investment. In addition, financial counsel-
ing is provided to small businessmen requesting assistance.
Funds for administrative expenses of this activity are
transferred from the revolving fund. Financial state-
ments covering these programs and the investment and
development company assistance program may be found
under the revolving fund section.

5. Trade adjustment loan assistance.-Following certi-
fication of proposals by the Secretary of Commerce, the
Small Business Administration may make loans to assist
firms to adjust to changed economic conditions resulting
from increased competition from imported articles.
Funds for administrative expenses are transferred from
the appropriation Trade adjustment loan assistance.
Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)

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Total personnel compensation..
12.0 Personnel benefits...
21.0 Travel and transportation of persons.

22.0 Transportation of things...

23.0 Rent, communications, and utilities

24.0 Printing and reproduction........
25.1 Other services..
25.2

Services of other agencies.

26.0 Supplies and materials..

31.0 Equipment.........

41.0 Grants, subsidies, and contributions....

Total costs, funded..
94.0 Change in selected resources..

99.0

Total obligations.

Personnel Summary

1. Procurement and management assistance. The objec-
tives of this activity are (a) to insure that a fair proportion Total number of permanent positions.
of Government contracts for purchases of supplies and
services, including research and development, and for the
sale and disposal of property be placed with small business
enterprises, and (b) to provide technical and management
assistance through management counseling, developing

Full-time equivalent of other positions..
Average number of all employees....
Average GS grade....

Average GS salary

Average salary of ungraded positions.

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3,366 59 3,203 8.3 $8,164

$5,374

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SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION-Continued
General and special funds-Continued

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1965 1966 estimate estimate

50

-1,500
1,450

Business loans (sec. 7(a) Small Business Act):

Direct..

Immediate participation..

Guaranteed.

50

50

Public Law 87-550 authorizes appropriations, without fiscal year limitation, to permit the Small Business Administration to make loans to eligible firms under the provisions of the Trade Expansion Act of 1962 (19 U.S.C. 1912-16.)

The Trade Expansion Act of 1962 provides for certification by the Secretary of Commerce of proposals for economic adjustment submitted by eligible firms. The Secretary is required to refer proposals to an appropriate

Guaranteed loans..

Loans to State development companies.

Loans to local development companies.

Total sec. 7(a) business loans...........

Business loans (Economic Opportunity Act of 1964).

Disaster loans:

Federal agency having lending authority. Such agency would then determine whether and to what extent it will provide financial assistance under its own legislation. With respect to firms that have been certified eligible for trade adjustment assistance, Public Law 87-550 permits Small Business Administration to make loans to any size firm, in any dollar amount for a period not to exceed 25 years. Loans may be made on a direct, participation, or guaranteed basis. In making such loans, Small Business Administration must apply applicable sections of the Trade 50 Expansion Act.

-1,450
1,400

Total disaster loans...

Conversion between types of loans..........

Guaranteed business loans not expected to be purchased.

Total financial assistance...

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Subtotal investment and development company assistance..
Guaranteed loans not expected to be purchased...

Total investment and development company assistance..
Total loans and investments........

2. Investment and development company assistance:

Purchase of debentures of small business investment companies..........
Loans to small business investment companies:

Direct loans...

GRANTS FOR RESEARCH AND MANAGEMENT COUNSELING
Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

Identification code
32-45-5520-0-2-506

Relation of obligations to expenditures:
72 Obligated balance, start of year....
74 Obligated balance, end of year..
77 Adjustments in expired accounts.

90

Expenditures....

Public enterprise funds:

Administrative reservations

1964 actual

REVOLVING FUND

For additional capital for the revolving fund authorized by the Small Business Act of 1953, as amended, to be available without fiscal year limitation, [$45,000,000 $150,000,000. (72 Stat. 384, as amended; 72 Stat. 689, as amended; Supplemental Appropriation Act, 1965.)

78,013 155,093

15,002

248,108

1964 1965 1966 actual estimate estimate

1965 1966 estimate estimate

58 -13,300 288,998

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121,691 200,431

94,752 60,332 99,345 90,521 161,336 130,469 164,171 149,590 20,816 35,568

342,938 291,656 190,801 263,516 240,111

5,000 15,000

3,000

10,275

6,817

5,961

10,800 15,800 7,970 12,000 47,315 75,000 20,000 17,729 80,320 25,000 54,132 85,800 35,800 23,690 88,290 37,000

-18,735 -32,011

415,003 310,445 214,491 354,806 287,386

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