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OFFICE OF THE SOLICITOR-Continued

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General and special funds-Continued

SALARIES AND EXPENSES—Continued the Department. During 1962, a total of 33,128 interpretations, opinions and legal advices were rendered.

(c) Wage determinations.—Prevailing wage rates to be paid laborers and mechanics on construction contracts involving the use of Federal funds are predetermined under this activity. Coordination of enforcement by Federal contracting agencies of labor standards provisions relating to public construction is provided. The workload statistics are:

1961 1962 1963 1964
actual

actual estimate estimate Wage determinations issued...--- 44,977 44,558 52,000 55,000

(d) Legislation. This activity provides analysis and reports on legislation and drafts of proposed legislation for the Department.

(e) Labor-management laws.---This activity provides legal advisory and litigation services for the Department under the Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act and the Welfare and Pension Plans Disclosure Act.

2. Field legal services.-At the regional level opinions and interpretations are provided to field officials of the Department. Enforcement of the various statutes administered by the Department is carried on in the field.

Program by activities:

1. Executive direction...
2. Management and central services.

Total program costs, funded..
Change in selected resources !

Total obligations...
Financing:
Comparative transfers from other accounts

(-)...
Advances and reimbursements (-);

For emergency preparedness functions.-
From non-Federal sources:
Unemployment trust fund:
Authorized (annual appropriation

acts) ---
Proposed increase in limitation due to

pay increases
Unobligated balance lapsing -

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New obligational authority-.

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11 Personnel compensation:

Permanent positions.--
Positions other than permanent.
Other personnel compensation.

Total personnel compensation
12 Personnel benefits....
21 Travel and transportation of persons..
22 Transportation of things...
23 Rent, communications, and utilities.
24 Printing and reproduction..
25 Other services.
26 Supplies and materials.
31 Equipment.--

Total costs.--
Change in selected resources..

Total obligations

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1 Selected resources as of June 30 are as follows: Unpaid undelivered orders, 1964 1961, $15 thousand; 1962, $3 thousand; 1963, $3 thousand; 1964, $3 thousand. estimate

1. Executive direction.—This Office formulates govern

mental policy in matters affecting labor and directs all 3,894

programs or functions assigned to the Department. 29 58

2. Management and central services.- Plans, manages,

and evaluates program operations and renders central 3,981

services to all Bureaus of the Department and to the 286

Office of the Secretary.
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Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)
66
46

1962 1963 1964 107

actual estimate estimate 60 23 11 Personnel compensation: Permanent positions..

1,507 1,702 4,697

2,146 Positions other than permanent.

48

48 Other personnel compensation..

10

7

24 4,697

Total personnel compensation... 1,517 1,757 2,218 12 Personnel benefits.---

110 127 160 21 Travel and transportation of persons.

50

85 103 22 Transportation of things....

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5 23 Rent, communications, and utilities.

49
76

94 24 Printing and reproduction..

21
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38
495
25 Other services...

24

99 195 7

37 26 Supplies and materials.

60 487

64 31 Equipment.---

12
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46
495
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Total costs......

1,821 2,294 2,923 $7,952 Change in selected resources.

-12 Total obligations...

1,809 2,294 2.923

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Personnel Summary

191

General and special funds:

SALARIES AND EXPENSES For expenses necessary for the Office of the Secretary of Labor, including expenses of commissions or boards to resolve labor-management disputes, ($2,026,000] $2,664,000, together with not to exceed ($132,000] $138,000 to be derived from the Employment

Total number of permanent positions....
Full-time equivalent of other positions.
Average number of all employees.-
Number of employees at end of year.
Average GS grade..
Average GS salary..

181 223

8.8 $7,820

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306 24 18

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18 7,230

7.635

Under proposed legislation, 1964.-Legislation is again

11 Personnel compensation: proposed to authorize a program to permit development

Permanent positions.---of effective ways of helping inexperienced youths to obtain Other personnel compensation.. training and secure employment. This program will provide training and useful work experience for a limited

Total personnel compensation. number of youths through pilot projects for local public 21 Travel and transportation of persons

12 Personnel benefits... service employment, and work in camps to conserve and 22 Transportation of things... develop forests and other natural resources.

23 Rent, communications, and utilities.
24 Printing and reproduction...

25 Other services...
TRADE ADJUSTMENT ACTIVITIES

26 Supplies and materials.

31 Equipment For necessary expenses to carry out the functions of the Secretary of

41 Grants, subsidies, and contributions. Labor under the Trade Expansion Act of 1962, $7,635,000.

Total obligations...-
Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

Personnel Summary
estimate estimate

Total number of permanent positions.. Program by activities: 1. Assistance in tariff negotiations; Federal

Average number of all employees...

Number of employees at end of year. administration...

88 2. Assistance to workers:

Average GS grade...(a) Federal administration.

317

Average GS salary(b) State administration..

730 (c) Adjustment allowances.

6,500

Proposed for separate transmittal:
Total program costs, funded-
obligations.

7,635

TRADE ADJUSTMENT ACTIVITIES
Financing:
New obligational authority (appropriation)..

7,635

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

1963

1964

1962 actual

37 36 37

9.5 $7,821

1962 actual

1963 1964 estimate estimate

1. Assistance in tariff negotiations.The Trade Expan. sion Act of 1962 provides that the Secretary of Labor will Program by activities: furnish labor market and employment information and Assistance in tariff negotiations and to advice in connection with the negotiation of trade agree workers (costs-obligations).

2,921 ments; in the determination of industry injury resulting

Financing: from increased imports due to tariff concessions, and in the

New obligational authority (proposed suppledetermination of the nature of adjustment assistance to mental appropriation)-

2,921 remedy such injuries. The Secretary is a member of the Interagency Trade Organization which assists the President in the trade agreements program.

Under existing legislation, 1963.-A supplemental appro2. Assistance to workers. The Secretary is responsible priation for 1963 is required to initiate the activities for the administration of the provisions of the Act for authorized in the Trade Expansion Act of 1962.

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OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY-Continued

This is a working capital fund, available without fiscal

year limitation and provides centralized services for the General and special funds-Continued

various bureaus in Washington and their field offices ALLOCATIONS RECEIVED FROM OTHER ACCOUNTS

(5 U.S.C. 622a).

1. Communications services.—Consists of furnishing all Note.- Obligations incurred under allocations from other accounts are shown in the schedules for the parent appropriations as follows:

communication, mail and messenger services to the various Office of Emergency Planning, "Salaries and expenses." Funds Appropriated to the President, “Emergency fund for the President."

bureaus and providing office space services. State, “International education exchange activities."

2. Central supply.--Consists of purchasing and distributing supplies and equipment to the various bureaus

and furnishing any laboring services required. Intragovernmental funds:

3. Duplicating services.—Consists of offset printing, WORKING CAPITAL FUND

mimeographing and mailing of publications, bulletins, and Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

leaflets, as well as composition and layout services for

the various bureaus. 1962 1963

1964

4. Visual exhibits.-Consists of preparing displays for actual estimate estimate public information and furnishing photographic services

to the various bureaus. Program by activities: Operating costs funded:

5. Accounts and payroll. Consists of performing the 1. Communications services..

688 1,172 1,176 necessary accounting, financial reporting, and payroll 2. Central supply.-

491

functions for the bureaus and offices. This activity was 3. Duplicating services:

authorized for the first time in 1961 and it is planned to Operating expenses.

577

687 695 Cost of goods sold.

185 205 205

have this program in full operation by the end of 1963. 4. Visual exhibits...

182 216 217 6. Central tabulating services.-Consists of furnishing the 5. Accounts and payroll..

135 329

332 tabulating services in support of the accounting and pay6. Central tabulating services.

57 128

roll functions. This activity was authorized for the first Total operating costs, funded..

2,279 3,228 3,247

time in 1961 and it is in full operation. Only the accrued Capital outlay: purchase of equipment.

27 50 35 leave and depreciation considered as operating costs are

funded. Total program costs, funded..

2,306 3,278

3,282 Change in selected resources 1.

50 25

Financing.—The stocks of supplies and equipment on

hand or on order June 30, 1957, were used to capitalize Total obligations

2,356 3,303 3,285

the fund. The fund is reimbursed in advance by the Financing:

bureaus and offices for whom services are performed. Revenues and other receipts (Revenue):

Only the accrued leave considered as operating costs is Communication services.

698

1,175 1,179 currently funded. Central supply.-

461 494 496 Duplicating services.

863 922 926

Operating results. Services rendered are charged for at Visual exhibits.

185 218 219 rates which return in full all expenses of operations, inAccounts and payroll..

140 331

cluding reserves for accrued leave and depreciation of Central tabulating services..

62 130 131 equipment. Undistributed: Proceeds from sale of equipment.-

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Revenue, Expense, and Retained Earnings (in thousands of dollars) Total revenues and other receipts... 2,409 3,270 3,285 Unobligated balance brought forward:

1964

actual Obligations in excess of availability (-) -- -153 -100 -133

estimate estimate Unobligated balance carried forward: Obligations in excess of availability.

100 133 133 Communication services program:
Revenue.

698 1,175 1,179 Financing applied to program... 2,356 3,303 3,285 Expense.

698 1,175 1,179

Net operating income or loss ( - ), com1 Balances of selected resources are identified on the statement of financial condition.

munication services program. Summary of Sources and Application of Funds (in thousands of dollars)

Central supply program:
Revenue

494 496 Expense

494 496 1963 estimate estimate

Net operating income or loss (-), cen

tral supply program... Obligations (from program and financing) 2,356 3,303 3,285 Increase (-) or decrease in gross unpaid obli

Duplicating services program: gations..--

-319 115 14
Revenue

863 922 926 Expense.

862 922 926 Gross expenditures.

2,037 3,418 3,299 Revenues and other receipts (from program and

Net operating income or loss (-), dupli-
cating services program.--

1 financing)

2,409 3,270 3,285 Increase (--) or decrease in accounts receivable,

Visual exhibits program: net...

-214 211
Revenue

185 218 219 Expense

185 218 219 Applicable receipts.

2,195 3,481 3,285

Net operating income or loss (-), visual
Budget expenditures.

-158
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exhibits program..

1962

1963

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1964

1962 actual

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Liabilities:

Current.

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Government equity:
Non-interest-bearing capital:

Start of year.
Revaluation of duplicating assets.
Donated assets during year:

Leave liability assumed (-).
Fixed assets

141 118

20 149 20 15 35 31

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Analysis of Government Equity (in thousands of dollars)

Program by activities:
1. Special study concerning equal employ-

ment opportunities:
Agriculture.
Defense..
Health, Education, and Welfare.
Interior..
Labor.
Post Office
Atomic Energy Commission..
Federal Aviation Agency-
General Services Administration.
National Aeronautics and Space Admin-

istration...

Tennessee Valley Authority
2. President's Committee on Missile Sites:

Defense..
National Aeronautics and Space Admin-

istration.... 3. Area redevelopment activities: Commerce. 4. Office of Manpower Administration: De

fense... 5. President's Committee on Juvenile Delin

quency: Health, Education, and Wel

fare... 6. Miscellaneous services to other accounts.

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30 882

30 1,092

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