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Contents

Program for better performance
129
Note on sources
169
Introduction 1
1
Metropolitan population by region 1960 14
14
Distribution of local governments 1962 21
21
Table
41
House Report No 306 Third ReportSurvey of Selected Activities
48
House Report No 307 Fourth ReportSurvey of Selected Activities
55
House Report No 457 Ninth ReportSurvey of Selected Activities
61
House Report No 797 Eleventh ReportUnited States Information
77
Overlapping Responsibility and Conflict in Regulations 85
85
House Report No 919 Fifteenth ReportFederal Deposit Insurance
86
House Report No 1147 Eighteenth ReportCrimes Against Banking
95
Page
5
Part Two Report of committee activitiesContinued
8
Relationship of local government direct general expenditures to per
10
Profits after taxes as a percent of net worth large bakeries Page
14
Recent changes in the price of bread
16
Changes in retail bread prices August 1965August 1966 22
22
Average wholesale list price of a lpound loaf of white bread
28
Recent changes in milk prices
33
Changes in raw milk prices in 35 cities August 1965August
40
Appendix A Correspondence between the Secretary of Agriculture
47
Appendixes
51
Appendix table 6 Average prices of principal ingredients used in bread
53
The Budget and Accounting Act amendments and related statutes
i
15
v
Introduction
9
Displacement of families by governmental programs past year
11
ber 12 1950 10
12
ing financial assets of the Department reported elsewhere in
42
of Defense 77
77
Acreage of military real property controlled in United States by status
90
Costs and rentals of military real property controlled in the United
105
Supply system inventories by source of funds and military service
120
Supply system inventories including stock funds by inventory strata
133
Supply Agency 146
146
ment of Defense 153
153
National industrial reserve plants by status and category of product 163
163
Worldwide recapitulation of U S Government realty as of June
229
Worldwide realty inventory of the executive agencies offices
235
Federal real property throughout the world by agency as
241
Table 4 Federal real property in the United States by State as
250
Breakdown tables covering related real property by department
259
Realty donated or acquired at no cost to the Federal Govern
261
Federal public domain properties
313
Appendix A Treasury Department regulations re financial statements
381
FIGURES
391
Appendix B GSA regulations re real property management
403
Part Two Report of committee activities Continued Page
x
Part One General statement of organization and activities 1
1
Organization 7
7
Satellite Communications MilitaryCivil Roles and Relationships
9
Statutory requirements for relocation assistance and assurance
14
Part Two Report of committee activities 19
19
Retail price changes 194766
25
port No 2318 October 19 1966 FortyThird Report 39
39
Natural Resources and Power Subcommittee 47
47
Certain Investigative and DataGathering Practices
90
Government Comptroller of the Virgin Islands 94
94
Farm 95
95
Government 96
96
Areas of Potential Geologic Instability 97
97
Department of the InteriorNew Form of Annual Report 98
98
Overseas 99
99
Reemployment Leave Benefits for Civil Service Employees in Alaska and Hawaii Who Resided in Continental United States at Time of Employment ...
100
Establishing a Department of Housing and Urban Develop 24 Establishing a Department of Consumers 101
101
Executive and Legislative Reorganization Subcommittee 103
103
ployment Service Offices 104
104
Military Operations Subcommittee 105
105
Surplus Property Disposal 106
106
Closing of Springfield Arsenal and Related Contract Awards 107
107
Army Procurement of Heavyduty Typewriters for Consolidat ed Armed Forces Examining and Induction Stations 108
108
Military Shoe Procurement 109
109
Government Activities Subcommittee 110
110
FAA Air Traffic Control Operations 111
111
Painting Contract Irregularities 112
112
Intergovernmental Relations Subcommittee 113
113
Management of Research Grants in the Public Health Service 114
114
Recovery of Costs Attributable to Injuries to Federal Em ployees 115
115
Natural Resources and Power Subcommittee 116
116
Foreign Operations and Government Information Subcommittee 123
123
Legal and Monetary Affairs Subcommittee 130
130
Securities and Exchange CommissionRegulation of Stock
134
Distribution of retail bread price increases to ingredient cost
141
ment Departments House Report No 2062 September 21 Page
144
Military Operations Subcommittee 150
150
A GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE REPORTS
158
Figure 9A9D Retail milk price trends in selected cities January 1964
186
Government Activities Subcommittee 204
204
Retail milk price changes in 39 cities August 1965August
205
Academic and Other Interested Communities to an Page
207
Research and Technical Programs Subcommittee 214
214
1960 12
2
B Budget and Accounting Procedures Act of 1950 Septem
10
Appendix table 9 Farmer processor and retailer margins of milk sold
15
Distribution of retail milk price increases to farm processor
21
E To improve governmental budgeting and accounting meth
32
G To provide for payment of annuities to widows and depend
40
Legislative Reorganization Act of 1946 and amendments 47
47
Appendix table 10 Farmer miller and other ingredient processor
56
Reorganization acts and amendments 96
96
will apply to reorganization plans transmitted to
118
Administrative Expenses Act of 1946 and amendments 130
130
1946 as amended August 31 1954 137
137
E To amend the Administrative Expenses Act of 1946
143
Travel Expense_Act of 1949 149
149
Employment Act of 1946 and amendments 156
156
To amend the Employment Act of 1946 as amended June
163
For the establishment of a Commission on Governmental
171
Federal reports statutes 179
179
To discontinue or modify certain reporting requirements
194
Automatic Data Processing Act 203
203
Department of Housing and Urban Development Act 211
211
Department of Transportation Act 219
219

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