Review of the Budget Formulation and Presentation Practices of the International Cooperation Administration: Hearings Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Government Operations, House of Representatives, Eighty-fifth Congress, First Session

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Page 102 - ... against armed aggression from any country controlled by international communism: Provided, That such employment shall be consonant with the treaty obligations of the United States and with the Constitution of the United States.
Page 163 - ... repurchase of the merchandise, or the stripping of the brand name off, and if we referred to trademark quality protection or something like that. Mr. MERMEY. Are you referring to the words "unfair competition" ? Senator MONRONEY. Yes. Mr. MERMEY. I understand there will be an amendment on that. I think, as a matter of fact, I am given to understand that the Chairman of the Federal Trade Commission had an interesting point there. Senator MONRONEY. So instead of going through all of these constitutional...
Page 77 - ... giving us that testimony from a person who is bilingual, bicultural, teacher, mother, grandmother, a practicing medical doctor. It is very valuable testimony, from one who has lived this experience through the schools of Texas. The committee will stand recessed for lunch until 2 pm this afternoon. We will meet back here at 2 o'clock this afternoon. (Whereupon, at 12...
Page 179 - States share of the market, etc. (2) It is necessary to take account of this close relationship, and to assess its impact upon mutual security requirements when developing the budget year (fiscal year 1958) program. During the current year (fiscal year 1957) it will only rarely be possible to use Public Law 480 transactions to meet requirements which would otherwise have to be met, if at all, from mutual security program funds. Therefore, if the mutual security programs are adjusted to take account...
Page 180 - In addition, tables and other submissions which are prescribed for submission with each country program, call for specific information or estimates covering...
Page 112 - Washington, DC The subcommittee met, pursuant to recess, at 2 :45 pm, in room 304 Old House Office Building, Representative Porter Hardy, Jr. (chairman of the subcommittee) presiding.
Page 183 - Special emphasis on certain problems," it states this : In preparing the program to be submitted, and in the submissions themselves where appropriate, I wish special attention to be given to two problems that greatly concern me. The first problem relates to the extent to which Public Law 480 transactions, or the local currencies derived therefrom, are really taken into account in developing our aid proposals. I want to be sure that they are fully and realistically taken into account in preparing...
Page 181 - State, have available to them all of the foregoing information concerning, and normally take into account and make assumptions concerning, the past and prospective Public Law 480 transactions and local currencies flowing therefrom. E. The Director of ICA, the Secretary of State and the Director of the Bureau of the Budget normally have available to them, when they reach the decisions required of them concerning the total request for funds to be proposed to the President for inclusion in his budget...
Page 181 - Law 480 assumptions are made available to, and discussed with, the several regional programing offices for use in framing their final proposals, as well as to Mr. Hollister ; and any differences of view on this point will be noted in the programs finally transmitted to Mr. Hollister. The importance of a very careful review of these matters was emphasized by the Director of ICA in final instructions from him governing the final Budget Bureau program submissions. One of the relevant excerpts reads...
Page 1 - Chairman, and members of the subcommittee, we are pleased to appear before you and to assist you and your staff in any way we can in your considerations of the mutual security operations as carried out by International Cooperation Administration.

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