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OPERATING EXPENSES, PUBLIC BUILDINGS SERVICE

New obligational authority-Continued

Transferred-Continued For necessary expenses, not otherwise provided for, of real prop "Salaries and expenses, Office of Adminiserty management and related activities as provided by law; rental trator".

-218 of buildings in the District of Columbia; restoration of leased

Appropriation (adjusted)

179,415 191,068 216,439 premises; moving Government agencies (including space adjust

Proposed supplemental due to pay inments) in connection with the assignment, allocation, and transfer

970 of building space; acquisition by purchase or otherwise of real estate

Proposed transfers from and interests therein; and contractual services incident to cleaning or

"Payments, public buildings pur

chase contracts," due to pay inservicing buildings and moving; [$181,200,000] $216,439,000:

290 [Provided, That this appropriation shall be available, without

"Allowances and office facilities for regard to section 322 of the Act of June 30, 1932, as amended (40

former Presidents," due to pay
increases.

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U.S.C. 278a), with respect to buildings, or parts thereof, heretofore,
leased under the appropriation for "Emergency operating ex-

1 Includes capital outlay as follows: 1962, $890 thousand; 1963, $733 thousand: penses":] Provided [further], That this appropriation shall be 1964, $733 thousand. Excludes adjustment of prior year cost --- $39 thousand. available to provide such fencing, lighting, guard booths, and other

* Selected resources as of June 30 are as follows: Unpaid undelivered orders, 1961,

$1,392 thousand: (1962 adjustments, - $56 thousand): 1962, $514 thousand; 1963, removable facilities on private or other property not in Gov $550 thousand; 1964, $660 thousand. ernment ownership or control as may be appropriate to enable the This appropriation provides for the basic real property United States Secret Service to perform its function of protecting the operations of General Services Administration, including person of the President of the United States and his immediate

the acquisition, operation, maintenance, protection and family, the President-elect, and the Vice President pursuant to utilization of general-purpose buildings and space; and Title 18, U.S.C. 3056. (Independent Offices Appropriation Act, overall direction of buildings design, construction, repair 1963.)

and modernization. Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

The appropriation request for 1964 is a net increase of $22,511 thousand above a comparable amount for 1963.

The 1963 amount includes proposed transfers of $9,904 actual estimate estimate

thousand for costs of expansion space acquired in 1962

and 1963, not provided for in GSA's 1963 budget. Also Program by activities:

included is an estimate of $1,554 thousand anticipated for 1. Buildings management.

170,495 181,166 204,519 later transmittal for full-year costs of 1962 wage board 2. Space management..

4,234 4,559 4,893 rate increases effected between September 17, 1961, and 3. Design and construction.

568 679 703 4. Program planning

June 30, 1962. The net increase for 1964 includes $110

471 507 529 5. Service direction....

714 811 842 thousand for full-year costs of wage board increases 6. Administrative operations..

3,955

4,843 effected July 1 through September 15, 1962, but does not

include increases effected subsequent to September 15, Total program costs, funded 1.

180,437 192,338 216,329

1962. Change in selected resources ?

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36 110

The net increase of $22,511 thousand provides primarily Total obligations....

179,503 192,374 216,439 for partial restoration of services to minimum level pro

vided in 1962; management and operation of new Federal Financing: Advances from other accounts for rental of

buildings scheduled for occupancy in 1963 and 1964; inspace (-)...

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creased rental rates and utility costs; full-year costs of Transferred from "Road construction" (liqui

rent and operation of additional leased space acquired dation of contract authorization), Bureau

during 1963 for other agencies with funds transferred from of Indian Affairs, Interior (75 Stat. 353 and 76 Stat. 728) (-)...

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those agencies to cover the part-year costs; increase in Unobligated balance lapsing--

402

space management to carry out objectives of Executive

Order 11035; offset by credits due to new construction. New obligational authority

179,415 192,338 216,439 Continuing the policy established in 1962, fund re

quirements are not included in this estimate for the rental

and operation of additional leased space to be acquired New obligational authority: Appropriation

175,120 181,200 216,439 during 1964 to support expanding programs of Federal Transferred from other agencies for space

agencies of the Executive Branch, but are included in costs (75 Stat. 353 and 76 Stat. 728).- 8,679 9,868

estimates of the other agencies. Transferred (5 U.S.C. 630e) from "Operation

Fair value of property received from other appropriaand maintenance, Army".

781 Transferred (5 U.S.C. 630d) to (-)

tions or funds without cost for use by GSA (in thousands "Operating expenses, Utilization and Dis

of dollars) : posal Service" -4,443

1962 aclual 1963 estimate 1964 estimate “Operating expenses, Transportation and

Real property..

7,072 35,809 12,620 Communications Service”.

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REAL PROPERTY ACTIVITIES–Continued Proposed for separate transmittal: General and special funds-Continued

OPERATING EXPENSES, PUBLIC BUILDINGS SERVICE

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars) OPERATING EXPENSES, Public BUILDINGS SERVICE-Continued

1. Buildings management. This activity provides for (a) rental, operation, protection, and utilization of Government-owned, leased, and purchase contract space, as Program by activities: indicated in the following table (in thousands):

Buildings management (costs-obligations)-

2,400 AVERAGE NET SQUARE FEET

Financing:

New obligational authority (proposed supple-
1962

1964
actual estimate estimate mental appropriation) --

2,400 Government-owned space..

68,031 71,257 76,193 Leased space.---

24,018 26,531 27,481 Purchase contract space... 1,216 1,306 1,306

Under existing legislation, 1963.-It is anticipated that and (b) operation of GSA system of joint-use communica-year cost of increases in wage board rates granted between

an additional $1,554 thousand will be required for fulltion facilities.

The net increase for 1964 of $21,804 thousand over the September 17, 1961, and June 30, 1962, and $846 thousand comparable amount for 1963 is composed generally of for such increases to be granted during 1963. increased workload with fixed costs.

2. Space management. This activity provides for (a) acquisition of real property by lease, purchase, exchange,

REPAIR AND IMPROVEMENT OF PUBLIC BUILDINGS or donation, including appraisal and management of building sites pending construction, (b) assignment and

For expenses, not otherwise provided for, necessary to alter public

buildings and to acquire additions to sites pursuant to the Public reassignment of Government-owned and leased_space; Buildings Act of 1959 (73 Stat. 479) and to alter other Federallyand (c) review, analysis, and determination of Federal owned buildings and to acquire additions to sites thereof, including space requirements and the development of programs and grounds, approaches and appurtenances, wharves and piers, together projects for fulfillment.

with the necessary dredging adjacent thereto; and care and safe

guarding of sites; preliminary planning of projects by contract or 3. Design and construction. This activity provides for otherwise; maintenance, preservation, demolition, and equipment; a small staff responsible for overall direction of programs [$65,000,000) $75,000,000, to remain available until expended: involving design, construction, and remodeling of Federal Provided, That for the purposes of this appropriation, buildings buildings.

constructed pursuant to the Public Buildings Purchase Contract

Act of 1954 (40 U.S.C. 356) and the Post Office Department Prop4. Program planning.---This activity provides technical erty Act of 1954 (39 U.S.C. 2104 et seq.), and buildings under the guidance for Public Buildings Service real property pro control of another department or agency where alteration of such grams in program planning, management information buildings is required in connection with the moving of such other systems, analysis and evaluation, and policy development. under the control of General Services Administration shall be con

sidered to be public buildings. (Independent Offices Appropriation Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)

Act, 1963.)

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

1964

1962 actual

1963
estimate estimate

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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. Payment to interagency motor pools. 22 Transportation of things... 23 Rent, communications, and utilities. 24 Printing and reproduction. 25 Other services.

Payment to Administrative operations

fund...

Services of other agencies. 26 Supplies and materials.. 31 Equipment.--32 Lands and structures. 42 Insurance claims and indemnities.

Total obligations.-

4,654

354 400 33

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85 181,177

27,800 19,937 2,200 2,470 1,293

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Program by activities:
Operating costs, funded:
1. Maintenance repair and small improve-

ments...
2. Major repairs and improvements.
3. Air conditioning-
4. Program direction..
5. Administrative operations..

Total operating costs, funded.
Capital outlay:
1. Maintenance repair and small improve-

ments..
2. Major repairs and improvements.
3. Air conditioning ---
4. Program direction.

Total capital outlay

Total program costs, funded...
Change in selected resources 1.

Total obligations.
Financing:

Unobligated balance brought forward (-)..
Recovery of prior year obligations (-)
Unobligated balance carried forward.

New obligational authority...

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18,800 72,500 2,500

Personnel Summary

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New obligational authority:

ALLOCATION TO COMMERCE, Appropriation.

58,000 65,000 75,000

BUREAU OF PUBLIC ROADS Transferred from "Operation and maintenance, Army" (5 U.S.C. 630e).

84

11 Personnel compensation: Transferred to "Salaries and expenses, Office

Permanent positions.-

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5 of Administrator” (5 U.S.C. 6300) (-)--- -143

Other personnel compensation.

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1 Appropriation (adjusted). 57,941 65,000 75,000 Total personnel compensation....

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6 25 Other services: Services of other agencies.

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3 1 Selected resources as of June 30 are as follows: Unpaid undelivered orders, 1961. $27,777 thousand; (1962 adjustments, - $264 thousand); 1962, $30,256

32 Lands and structures.--

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17 thousand; 1963, $33,028 thousand; 1964. $35,528 thousand.

Total, Bureau of Public Roads..

118

26 This appropriation provides for maintaining, repairing, remodeling, improving and other alterations in federally Total obligations

62,574 65,772 75,000 owned buildings under the jurisdiction of the General Services Administration for these purposes, except extensions and conversions estimated to cost $200 thousand or more. The budget for 1964 provides for continuation of the long-range program initiated in 1957, to alleviate

CONSTRUCTION, PUBLIC BUILDINGS PROJECTS deterioration and obsolescence of buildings which ad For an additional amount for expenses, not otherwise provided versely affect efficient operations of occupying agencies. for, necessary to construct public buildings projects and alter public

Fair value of personal property received from other project is in excess of $200,000 pursuant to the Public Buildings appropriations or funds without cost for use by GSA is Act of 1959 (73 Stat. 479), including fallout_shelters therein and as follows: 1962, $37 thousand; 1963, $28 thousand; 1964, equipment for such buildings, [$180,955,600] $171,965,000, and $28 thousand.

not to exceed $500,000 of this amount shall be available to the 1. Maintenance repair and small improvements.-Normal

Administrator for construction of small public buildings outside the

District of Columbia as the Administrator approves and deems needs for day-to-day repairs and minor improvements and necessary, all to remain available until expended: Provided, That renovations to buildings and equipment are programed at the foregoing amount shall be available for public buildings projects a rate of about $0.21 per net square foot. About 3.3% of

at locations and at maximum construction improvement costs

(excluding funds for sites and expenses) as follows: the activity provides for minor capitalized items too small

[Post office and courthouse, Juneau, Alaska, $11,482,600;] to be considered as renovation projects.

[Border station (construction and alteration), Nogales, Arizona, 2. Major repairs and improvements.-Elimination of $997,500;] major obsolescence and deterioration of buildings is

[Federal office building, Bakersfield, California, $1,311,000;] provided by bringing the properties up to modern stand

[Border patrol station, Calexico, California, $288,800;)

EGeneral Services Administration stores depot, Denver, Colorado, ards of usefulness. It is estimated that about 33% of $5,505,200;] this work will be for capital improvements.

[Post office and Federal office building, Wallingford, Connecticut, 3. Air conditioning. Improvements in working condi- $836,000;} tions are provided for occupants of buildings located in

[Post office and courthouse, Gainesville, Florida, $2,178,300;]

EPost office and courthouse (construction and alteration), areas of high temperature and humidity. Costs except Marianna, Florida, $518,700;] for amounts required for replacement of worn-out portions [Federal office building, Tampa, Florida, $2,254,300;] of systems and design and engineering supervision under

[Post office and Federal office building, Macon, Georgia,

$3,605,400;] this activity are considered to be capital improvements. 4. Program direction. Overall direction and program

[Border station, Porthill, Idaho, $116,800;]

[Courthouse and Federal office building, Chicago, Illinois, in development are provided under this activity. Except addition to the sum heretofore provided, $5,000,000;} for a nominal sum required for purchases of office equip

[Post office and Federal office building, Seymour, Indiana, ment the total is considered to be operating costs.

$455,000;]

[Post Office and courthouse (construction and alteration),

Owensboro, Kentucky, $280,200;]
Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)

[Federal office building (construction and alteration), New Orleans, Louisiana, $1,225,500;]

[Post office and courthouse (construction and alteration), New actual estimate estimate Orleans, Louisiana, $3,447,500;]

[Post office and Federal office building, Augusta, Maine, GENERAL SERVICES

$2,470,000;] ADMINISTRATION

[Border patrol sector headquarters, Houlton, Maine, $318,200;]

[Federal office building, Boston, Massachusetts, $27,114,900;] 12 Personnel benefits.-----

1 21 Travel and transportation of persons.

[Post office, Webster, Massachusetts, $390,400;] 326 450 500

[Post office and courthouse (construction and alteration), Grand Payment to interagency motor pools.

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Rapids, Michigan, $700,100); 22 Transportation of things..,

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Border station, Pigeon River, Minnesota, $281,200;] 23 Rent, communications, and utilities.

161 176 191 24 Printing and reproduction.

[Post office and courthouse, Clarksdale, Mississippi, $1,164,700;] 256 300 350

[Federal office building, Kansas City, Missouri, $29,816,700;] 25 Other services..

44,679
46,122 51,000

[Courthouse and Federal office building, Billings, Montana, Payment to Administrative operations fund...

$5,342,800;] 956 1,038 1,293

[Post office and courthouse (construction and alteration), Grand 26 Supplies and materials

244 300 350 31 Equipment...

Island, Nebraska, $305,900;] 615 750 1,000

[Post office and courthouse, North Platte, Nebraska, $1,444,000;] 32 Lands and structures...

15,126 16,500 20,206

[Courthouse and Federal office building, Reno, Nevada, 42 Insurance claims and indemnities.

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$3,310,700;] Total, General Services Administration.. 62,456 65,746 75,000 [Post office and courthouse, Concord, New Hampshire,

$3,187,200;]

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1963

1964

REAL PROPERTY ACTIVITIESContinued

General and special funds-Continued

CONSTRUCTION, PUBLIC BUILDINGS PROJECTS—Continued [Courthouse and Federal office building, Albuquerque, New Mexico, $6,932,100;]

[Post office and courthouse, Fayetteville, North Carolina, $2,022,500;]

[Post office and courthouse (construction and alteration), Grand Forks, North Dakota, $308,700;]

[Post office and Federal office building (construction and alteration), Canton, Ohio, $2,503,200;]

[Post office and courthouse (construction and alteration), Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, $754,300;]

[Post office, Federal office building and courthouse, Tulsa, Oklahoma, $8,958,500;]

[Post office and Federal office building, Westerly, Rhode Island, $469,300;]

[Post office and courthouse, Pierre, South Dakota, $2,482,300;]

[Post office and Federal office building, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, $2,565,000;]

[Post office and courthouse, Winchester, Tennessee, $860,900;]

[Post office and Federal office building, Austin, Texas, $9,257,700;]

[Border station, Del Rio, Texas, $285,000;] [Border patrol sector headquarters, Del Rio, Texas, $437,000;]

[Post office and courthouse (construction and alteration), Houston, Texas, $1,323,300;]

[Courthouse and Federal office building, Ogden, Utah, $4,493,500;]

[Post office and courthouse, Montpelier, Vermont, in addition to the sum heretofore provided, $509,000;]

[Health, Education, and Welfare office building_(construction and alteration), Charlottesville, Virginia, $2,062,400;]

[Post office and Federal office building, Richland, Washington, $7,716,800;]

[Post office and courthouse, Cheyenne, Wyoming, $4,664,500] Border patrol sector headquarters, Tucson, Arizona, $344,000; Post office and courthouse, Pine Bluj, Arkansas, $2,391,000;

Courthouse and Federal office building, Fresno, California, $5,400,000;

Post office and courthouse, Newnan, Georgia, $1,155,000; Courthouse and Federal office building, Boise, Idaho, $7,505,000; Federal office building, Gary, Indiana, $1,156,000;

Courthouse and Federal office building, New Albany, Indiana, $950,000;

Courthouse and Federal office building (construction and alteration), London, Kentucky, $310,000;

Post office and courthouse, Bangor, Maine, $3,653,000;

Federal office building, Baltimore, Maryland, in addition to the sum heretofore provided, $13,706,000;

Post office and courthouse (construction and alteration), Detroit, Michigan, $3,990,000;

Post office and courthouse, Hannibal, Missouri, $1,832,000; Post office and Federal office building, Independence, Missouri, $1,647,000;

Post office and Federal office building, Bozeman, Montana, $2,255,000;

Border patrol sector headquarters, Havre, Montana, $343,000; Post office and courthouse (construction and alteration), Helena, Montana, $1,596,000;

Courthouse and federal office building, Las Vegas, Nevada, $4,772,000;

Federal office building (construction and alteration), Laconia, New Hampshire, $368,000;

Post office and Federal office building, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, $2,396,000;

Post office and Federal office building (construction and alteration), Carlsbad, New Mexico, $353,000;

Post office and Federal office building, Clovis, New Mexico, $830,000; Courthouse and Federal office building, Roswell, New Mexico, $1,595,000;

Federal office building, Cleveland, Ohio, $41,223,000;

Post office and Federal office building (construction and alteration), Providence, Rhode Island, $795,000;

Federal office building, Charleston, South Carolina, $2,903,000;
Post office and Federal office building, Alamo, Tennessee, $336,000;
Post office and Federal office building, Alice, Texas, $601,000;
Federal office building, Fort Worth, Texas, $15,664,000;
Post office and Federal office building, Pasadena, Texas, $1,094,000;
Border patrol sector headquarters, Swanton, Vermont, $300,000;
Border patrol sector headquarters, Blaine, Washington, $325,000;
Border patrol sector headquarters, Spokane, Washington, $316,000;

General Services Administration, Federal records center, metropolitan area, District of Columbia, $12,705,000;

Federalo ffice Building Numbered 5, Districtof Columbia, $36,656,000; Provided further, That the foregoing limits of costs may be exceeded to the extent that savings are effected in other projects, but by not to exceed 10 per centum[: Provided further, That not to exceed $6,500,000 of the foregoing appropriation may be used for partial construction of the authorized public building project at Baltimore, Maryland). (Independent Offices Appropriation Act, 1963.)

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1 Selected resources as of June 30 are as follows: Unpaid undelivered orders, 1961, $121.400 thousand; 1962, $123,982 thousand; 1963, $273,982 thousand; 1964, $313,982 thousand,

1962 actual

1963 estimate

1964 estimate

This appropriation provides for financing (a) construc 2. Extension and conversion.-Through major extension tion of new public buildings and (b) extension and con and conversion projects, existing buildings are brought up version of existing structures where individual project to standards and expanded to make them suitable for costs exceed $200 thousand. Expenses for related site current and future needs of the tenant agencies. The acquisition, design, and supervision are provided for estimate for 1964 includes six such projects at an estiunder Sites and expenses, public buildings projects. Pro mated cost of $7,412 thousand. Individual projects invision is made in the estimate for fall out shelters where volving expenditures of more than $200 thousand are appropriate. From 1959 through 1963 appropriations financed under this appropriation while those costing less totaling $689,553 thousand have been made for con are financed under Repair and improvement of public struction.

buildings.
SUMMARY OF FUNDED AND UNFUNDED PROGRAM

Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)
Improde-

ment Cost
Number of

Projects (in millions) 1. Buildings completed and occupied.

45

$94.4 2. Buildings purchased.

21

37.4 3. Under contract as of Dec. 1, 1962.

34
284.7 31 Equipment....

5,800 4. Contracts to be awarded by July 1, 1964.

77

273.0
32 Lands and structures..

78,861 284,200 220,000 Total, funded program..

177
689.5
Total obligations...

78,861

290,000 220,000 Estimate for 1964

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172.0 Unfunded, including 77 projects at $184 million to be submitted to Public Works Committees, 1st session, 88th Congress.----

109

561.3 Total, funded and unfunded program....

319
1,422.8

SITES AND EXPENSES, PUBLIC BUILDINGS PROJECTS The recommended program for 1964 provides for 33 For an additional amount for expenses necessary in connection new projects and an increase in one project for a total of with the construction of public buildings projects not otherwise $171,965 thousand for improvements.

provided for, as specified under this head in the Independent Offices 1. Construction.- Under the regular construction pro- Appropriation Acts of 1959 and 1960, including preliminary planning gram the estimate for 1964 provides for 27 new projects

of public buildings projects by contract or otherwise, [$27,500,0001

$41,100,000, to remain available until expended. (Independent and one increase for a total of $164,553 thousand.

Offices Appropriation Act, 1963.)

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1 Selected resources as of June 30 are as follows: Unpaid undelivered orders, 1961, $15,715 thousand; 1962,
$12,851 thousand; 1963, $21.851 thousand; 1964, $30,851 thousand.

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