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

SITES AND EXPENSES, PUBLIC BUILDINGS PROJECTS
SITES AND EXPENSES, PUBLIC BUILDINGS PROJECTS—Continued

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)
This appropriation provides for preliminary planning

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of public buildings, acquisition of sites, preparation of
drawings and specifications, supervision of construction,
and related costs incident to projects approved under the

Program by activities:
1. Site acquisition...

1,500 Public Buildings Act of 1959. Costs of improvements are 2. Design and construction...

200 580 financed from Construction, public buildings projects. The estimate of $41.1 million for 1964 provides for

Total program costs, funded.

200

2,080 Change in selected resources

800

-480 design starts including acquisition of sites, where necessary, for approximately 77 additional projects involving Total obligations...-

1,000 1,600 improvement costs in the magnitude of $184 million. Prospectuses for these projects have been developed for Financing:

Unobligated balance brought forward (-)...

-2,000 submission to congressional public works committees under

Unobligated balance carried forward...

2.000 400 provisions of the Public Buildings Act of 1959. Continued administration of other projects will be financed New obligational authority (proposed out of funds previously appropriated.

supplemental appropriation).

3,000
1. Site acquisition.-Acquisition of sites, including cost
of appraisals.

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

1962, $0; 1963, $800 thousand; 1964, $320 thousand. 2. Design and supervision.-Preparation of drawings and specifications, by contract or otherwise; technical Under existing legislation, 1963.—This proposed suppleservices; soil surveys and tests; reproduction of plans and mental appropriation is to provide for acquisition of a specifications; and supervision of construction, by con site in the District of Columbia, drawings and specificatract or otherwise.

tions, supervision of construction, etc., for a Federal 4. Program development.-Preliminary development of

office building for the headquarters activities of the projects, by contract or otherwise, and program direction, Housing and Home Finance Agency. Total estimated not distributed to specific projects. Costs for 1964 are

cost of the project, including construction, is $32 million.
entirely financed from prior appropriations under Sites
and expenses, public buildings projects.

A supplemental estimate is anticipated for separate PAYMENTS, PUBLIC Bu INGS PURCHASE CONTRACTS
transmittal in 1963.

For payments of principal, interest, taxes, and any other obliga-
Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)

tions under contracts entered into pursuant to the Public Buildings
Purchase Contract Act of 1954 (40 U.S.C. 356), ($5,440,000]
$5,200,000. (Independent Offices Appropriation Act, 1963.)

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)
11 Personnel compensation:
Permanent positions...

321 394
411

estimate
Other personnel compensation.

3 Total personnel compensation

322 394

Program by activities:

414

24
12 Personnel benefits....

1. Payments to contractors.
29
31

3,826

972

2. Taxes.
21 Travel and transportation of

115
persons
200

814

300
Payment to interagency motor pools..

5
20

20
22 Transportation of things..

8
15
30

Total program costs, funded-obliga-
23 Rent, communications, and utilities.

37
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tions 1

4,640

65 24 Printing and reproduction..

229 600 600 25 Other services.

6,941 14,751 9,392

Financing:
Payment to Administrative operations

Unobligated balance lapsing....

560 fund...

549 623 640 Services of other agencies.

New obligational authority

5,200

5,150
26 Supplies and materials..

5
10

5
31 Equipment

2
2

2
32 Lands and structures.-

6,292 22,300 28,500

New obligational authority:
Appropriation..

5,200
Total obligations.----

14,530 39,000 40,000 Proposed transfer to “Operating expenses,
Public Buildings Service," due to pay in-

-290
Personnel Summary

Includes capital outlay as follows: 1962, $2,063 thousand; 1963. $2,270 thou.

46 Total number of permanent positions.

46

sand; 1964, $2,334 thousand.

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Average number of all employees..

39
45

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Number of employees at end of year.

36
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This appropriation provides for payments to contrac; Average GS grade..

9.2

9.6 Average GS salary.

$7,960 $8,914 $9,021 through lease purchase arrangements under the Public

Buildings Purchase Contract Act of 1954.

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Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)

[ADDITIONAL COURT FACILITIES] [For an additional amount for expenses, not otherwise provided for, necessary to provide, directly or indirectly, additional space, facilities and courtrooms for the judiciary, including alteration and

extension of Government-owned buildings and acquisition of addi32 Lands and structures....

2,063 2,270 2,334 tions to sites of such buildings; rents; furnishings and equipment; 41 Grants, subsidies, and contributions.

814 972 972 repair and alteration of rented space; moving Government agencies 43 Interest and dividends...

1,763 1,908 1,894 in connection with the assignment and transfer of space; preliminary

planning; preparation of drawings and specifications by contract Total obligations.---

4,640 5,150 5,200 or otherwise; and administrative expenses; $8,500,000, to remain

available until expended.] (Independent Offices Appropriation Act, 1963.)

Note.- Estimate of $1,587 thousand for activities previously carried under this

title has been transferred in the estimates to "Expenses. United States Court EXPENSES, UNITED STATES Court FACILITIES

Facilities." The amounts obligated in 1963 are shown in the schedule as compare

tive transfers. Por necessary expenses, not otherwise provided for, to provide,

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars) directly or indirectly, additional space for the United States Courts incident to expansion of facilities (including rental of buildings in

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1963 1964 the District of Columbia and elsewhere and moving and space adjust

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estimate estimate ments), and furniture and furnishings; $1,587,000. Note.- Estimate is for activities previously carried under "Additional court

Program by activities: facilities. General Services Administration." The amount obligated in 1963 is 1. Alteration and remodeling...

194 2,600 4,200 shown in the schedule as a comparative transfer.

2. Rents, moving, space adjustments, etc... 120

900

250 3. Sites and expenses.

53 500 300 Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

4. Furniture and furnishings

237 125 350 5. Administrative operations

15 90 80
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actual estimate estimate
Total program costs, funded..

619 4,215 5,180 Change in selected resources

719 920 -1,139 Program by activities: 1. Rent and related costs..

400 497
Total obligations.....

1,337 5,136 4,041 2. Furniture and furnishings, newly-constructed buildings..

230 660

Financing: 3. Furniture and furnishings, other buildings. 370

1.000
343

Comparative transfers to other accounts.
Unobligated balance brought forward (-).

-3.163-5,527 Total program costs, funded 1.

1,000 1,500
Unobligated balance carried forward.... 3,163

5,527

1,486 Change in selected resources 2.

87
New obligational authority (appropriation) 4,500

8,500 Total obligations....

1,000 1,587

Selected resources as of June 30 are as follows: Unpaid undelivered orders. Financing:

1961, $0; 1962, $719 thousand; 1963, $1,639 thousand; 1964, $500 thousand. Comparative transfer from other accounts (-)

-1.000

The 1963 appropriation of $8,500 thousand will comNew obligational authority (appropriation)

1,587 | plete the program of providing facilities for the 73 addi

tional judges authorized under the Act of May 19, 1961 ! Includes capital outlay as follows: 1963. $540 thousand; 1964. $894 thousand. (75 Stat. 80). Supplemental 1962 appropriations of

Selected resources as of June 30 are as follows: Unpaid undelivered orders, 1963, $0; 1964, $87 thousand.

$4,500 thousand provided for making limited facilities

available as the judges were appointed. Adjustments This appropriation provides for costs, not otherwise

are made in the summary tables to reflect appropriate provided for, of the United States Courts incident to space charges in the totals for the Judiciary chapter rather expansion and for furniture and furnishings requirements than that for the General Services Administration. of the United States Courts of Appeals and District Courts. Adjustments are made in the summary tables to

Object Classification (in thousands of dollars) reflect appropriate charges in the totals for the Judiciary chapter rather than that for the General Services Ad

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60 21 Travel and transportation of persons.

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22 Transportation of things..

6

5 23 Rent, communications, and utilities.

222 105 1964 24 Printing and reproduction...

28

20 estimate 25 Other services..

180 767 161

Payment to "Administrative operations 25 Other servicesPayment to Buildings

fund"..

15

90 management fund 400 497 26 Supplies and materials.

6 538 26 Supplies and materials. 60 109 31 Equipment

283 360 540 981 32 Lands and structures.

843 2,998 3,510 Total obligations...1,000 1,587 Total obligations...

1,337 5,136 4,041

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REAL PROPERTY ACTIVITIES-Continued
General and special funds-Continued
CONSTRUCTION, FEDERAL OFFICE BUILDING NUMBERED 7, WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

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1 Selected resources as of June 30 are as follows: Unpaid undelivered orders, 1961, $862 thousand; 1962, $777

thousand; 1963, $21,677 thousand; 1964, $15,677 thousand. This appropriation provides for construction and related

Object Classification (in thousands of dollars) supervision of a Federal office building on square 167 in

1962 1963 the District of Columbia. Completion of design is

actual estimate scheduled for March 1963 and award of construction contract for May 1963.

21 Travel and transportation of persons..

1 24 Printing and reproduction..-

45 25 Other services.

5 374 32 Lands and structures..

21,580 Total obligations....

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1 Selected resources as of June 30 are as follows: Unpaid undelivered orders, 1961, $491 thousand; 1962.

$173 thousand; 1963, $2,573 thousand; 1964. $1,098 thousand. Improvements of private hospital facilities in the Dis 1. Construction.--Under appropriations of $23,410 thoutrict of Columbia are made under legislation authorizing sand a new hospital center was physically completed and appropriation of $41,105 thousand.

occupied during 1958.

Proposed for separate transmittal:

HOSPITAL FACILITIES IN THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

2. Grants.-Under appropriations of $17,320 thousand, grants totaling $13,994 thousand have been approved for private agencies in the District of Columbia for improving existing hospital facilities on which building costs are estimated at $34,200 thousand. It is anticipated that the balance of the grant program will be accomplished in 1963 with the payment to the Greater Southeast Community Hospital Foundation for construction of new hospital facilities in southeast Washington. A supplemental estimate for 1963 is anticipated for separate transmittal.

Approximately $7,000 thousand is to be reimbursed by the District of Columbia over a period of years.

Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)

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Program by activities:
1. “Acquisition of land and building,
Chicago, Ill."

5,713 2,792 2. "Construction, Federal Office Build

ing Numbered 6, Washington, D.C.".

12,600 12,286 3. “Construction, public buildings"

2,448 2,130 4. "Construction, United States Mission Building. New York, N.Y.”.

3,750 3,746 5. "Defense public works, community facilities

7 6. “Sites and planning, public buildings

outside the District of Columbia”. 2,295 2,281

Total program costs, funded.. 26,813 23,235 Change in selected resources

Total obligations ----
Financing:

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

New obligational authority (acquisition of land and building,

Chicago, Ill.).

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1 Selected resources as of June 30 are as follows: Unpaid undelivered orders, 1961, $104 thousand; 196 2, $300 thousand; 1963, $0; and 1964, $0.

1. Acquisition of land and building, Chicago, IU. 3. Construction, public buildings.—Construction of borAcquisition of the Rand-McNally Building, Chicago, der stations at Madawaska, Maine; Brownsville and Eagle Ill., to provide housing for certain agencies in the Chicago Pass, Tex.; and San Ysidro, Calif., was completed in 1961. area was completed in July 1962.

A contract for the remaining station at Massena (formerly

REAL PROPERTY ACTIVITIES–Continued Intragovernmental funds:
General and special funds-Continued

BUILDINGS MANAGEMENT FUND
MISCELLANEOUS ACCOUNTS--Continued

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

1962 1963 1964 Rooseveltown), N.Y., was awarded in 1962 for completion

actual estimate estimate in 1963.

6. Sites and planning, public buildings outside the Dis- Program by activities: trict of Columbia.–Balance available is reserved in event Operating costs, funded: additional court awards are granted for sites previously

1. Buildings management:

(a) Operation and protection of acquired by condemnation.

Government-owned space.-- 102,269 103,961 117,985

(b) Rental, operation, and protecObject Classification (in thousands of dollars)

tion of leased space.

96,062 110,312 118,927 (c) Operation and protection of purchase contract space.

1,796 1,994 1962

1,993 1963 1964 actual estimate estimate 2. Moving and space alterations.

1,595 1,900 1,900 3. Temporary space and moving costs

626

incident to new buildings. 21 Travel and transportation of persons.

1,000 1,780 2 24 Printing and reproduction...

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4. Operation of communication facilities:

23,514
(a) Telephone..

25,351 39,219 25 Other services...

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(b) Rapid written

3,233
32 Lands and structures...
505

6,574 11,434 2,957

5. Protection and maintenance, surplus
properties...

1,413 Total obligations..

900

900 514 2,960

6. Maintenance repairs:
(a) General Services Administration
operated buildings

9,331 12.900 13,400 (b) Non-General Services Adminis

tration operated buildings.. 5,177 6,025 6,325 ALLOCATIONS RECEIVED FROM OTHER APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS

7. Security guarding

4,809 5,219 5,298

8. Operation and maintenance of sites held Note: -Obligations incurred under allocations from other appropriations are

for future construction...

99 200 200 shown in the schedules of the parent appropriations, as follows:

9. Job order work:

(a) General Services Administration Legislative:

appropriations...--

2,546 2,700 2,700 Library of Congress, "Salaries and expenses," "Government Printing Office revolving fund."

(b) Financed by other agencies. 31,556 56.000 50,500 Executive Ofice of the President: Office of Emergency Planning: "Construction 10. Other...

1,811 1,936 1,949 of facilities." Agriculture:

Total operating costs.

285,837 336,972 374,510 Agricultural Research Service:

-369 Depreciation included above (-)-

-400 -400 **Animal disease laboratory facilities." "Construction of facilities. "Establishment of an entomology research laboratory."

Total operating costs, funded...

285,468 336,572 374, 110 "Salaries and expenses."

Capital outlay: Agricultural Marketing Service: "Marketing research and service."

11. Purchase of fixed assets...

703 400 400 Forest Service: "Forest protection and utilization." Commerce:

Total program costs, funded... 286, 171 336,972 374,510 "Gifts and donations, general administration."

Change in selected resources '. "Participation in Century 21 Exposition.".

12,131 -710 "Participation in New York World's Fair."

Total obligations.

298,301 336,262 National Bureau of Standards:

374,510 "Plant and facilities." "Construction of facilities."

Financing: Defense-Military:

Revenues and other receipts: "Military construction, Army."

Proceeds from sale of fixed assets.

25 "Civil Defense, Department of Defense." "Construction of facilities, Civil Defense."

Sales of goods and services.

286,296 337,072 374,610 "Navy management fund."

Rental of future building sites.

717 900 900 Health, Education, and Welfare:

Other revenue----

533 Food and Drug Administration: "Pharmacological-animal laboratory building."

Total revenues and other receipts. 287,571 337,972 375,510 Public Health Service: "Buildings and facilities."

Unobligated balance brought forward.

43,807 101,941 99,976 "Milk, food, interstate, and community sanitation."

Change in unfilled customers' orders.

68,864 -2,520 "National Cancer Institute."

Capital transfer: Payment of earnings (-).

-1,155 -1,000 "Allergy and infectious disease activities." Construction of mental health-neurology research facility.”

Unobligated balance carried forward (-). -101,941 -99,976-99,976 Saint Elizabeths Hospital: "Salaries and expenses."

Financing applied to program.

298,301 336,262 374,510 "Buildings and facilities." Social Security Administration: "Limitation on salaries and expenses, Bureau of Old-Age and Survivors Insurance.

Summary of Sources and Application of Funds (in thousands of dollars) "Limitation on construction, Bureau of Old-Age and Survivors Insurance." Gallaudet College: "Construction." Howard University:. "Construction and purchase of buildings."

Obligations (from program and financing). 298,301 336,262 374,510 Interior: Bureau of Mines: "Construction.' Justice: Federal Prison System: “Buildings and facilities."

Increase (-) or decrease in gross unpaid obLabor: Bureau of Employment Security: *Grants to States for unemployment ligations....

-32,512 702 46 compensation and employment service administration." State:

Gross expenditures...-

265,789 336,964 374,556 "Extension and remodeling, State Department Building."

"Pan American Health Organization Building site." Treasury: Bureau of Engraving and Printing:.

Revenues and other receipts (from program Emergency repairs to the Bureau of Engraving and Printing Annex Building." and financing).

287,571 337,972 375,510 "Air conditioning the Bureau of Engraving and Printing buildings." Federal Aviation Agency:

Increase (-) or decrease in accounts receivable, "Operations."

net ----

-6,186 "Construction and development, additional Washington airport."

Applicable receipts-----Central Intelligence Agency: "Construction."

281,385 338,029 375,510 Smithsonian Institution: "Salaries and expenses."

Budget expenditures...

-15,595 -1.064 -954 "Additions to the Natural History Building.". "Remodeling of Civil Service Commission Building."

"Museum of History and Technology, United States Information Agency: Acquisition and construction of radio 1 Balances of selected resources are identified on the statement of financial facilities."

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