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This fund finances, on a reimbursable basis, building

9. Job order work.--Provides for special wit** management activities consisting of: Management, rental, improvements to buildings for General Service Auto operation, and protection of Government-owned and tration and other agencies, including work for the l'amody leased space in and outside the District of Columbia for Office Department in connection with its modernizmom housing Federal agencies; recurring repairs to Govern- program, ment-owned space under jurisdiction of General Services 10. Other.-Provides for program supervision of repair Administration; operation of joint-use communication and improvement operations as distinguished from archi facilities; protection and maintenance of excess and surplus tectural and design activities initially financod from the properties; and maintenance and repair of sites or im- Construction services fund, utility services furnished in provements thereon reserved for future construction of the District of Columbia to buildings operated by other Federal buildings, including operation of space occupied agencies and utilities to concessionaires. by commercial tenants; and other related building serv Operating results and financial condition.--At the end of ices (66 Stat. 594). Retained earnings resulting from 1962 the net investment in the fund was $0.5 million, operations, after making provision for prior year losses, composed of $3.5 million appropriated, $5 million capitalif any, are paid into the Treasury as miscellaneous receipts. ized assets, $1.2 million retained earnings, less $9.2

Operating costs for 1964 are estimated at $374.5 million, million unfunded leave liability. a net increase of $37.5 million over 1963, due mainly to net additional space to be serviced and an increase in

Revenue, Expense, and Retained Earnings (in thousands of dollars) operation of communication facilities.

1. Buildings management-(a) Operation and protection of Government-owned space.-Provides for operation and protection of 119.4 million average square feet of space Revenue..

287,547 337,972 375,510 in 1964 compared to 113 million average square feet in Expense..

285,837 336,972 374,510 1963 and 103.4 million average square feet in 1962. The

Net operating income....

1,710 1.000 1,000 change from 1963 reflects net additional space to be serviced due to construction of new buildings, buildings Nonoperating income or loss (-): being vacated by the Post Office Department, and certain

Proceeds from sale of fixed assets..

25

- 34 buildings being transferred to GSA for operation and Net book value of assets sold (-). protection.

Net loss (-) from sale of fixed assets... -9 (b) Rental, operation, and protection of leased space.- Other fixed assets: Provides for 42.5 million average square feet in 1964 Donations to others..

Transfers in..

67 compared to 40.6 million average square feet in 1963 and

Transfers out.

-35 37 million average square feet in 1962, based on currently

Adjustments.

-9 projected programs of Federal agencies. (c) Operation and protection of purchase contract space. Net nonoperating income...

9 Provides for 1.3 million average square feet in 1964 with

Net income for the year.

1,719 1,000 1,000 no change from 1963.

Analysis of retained earnings: 2. Moving and space alterations.--Provides for minimum

Retained earnings or deficit ( - ) start of year. -564 1,155 1,000 of moving and related alterations based on experience Payment of earnings..

-1,155 -1,000 factors derived from buildings management operations.

Retained earnings, end of year.

1,155 1,000 1,000 3. Temporary space and moving costs incident to new buildings. --- Provides rents, alterations, etc., incident to setting up temporary quarters for agencies that must be

Financial Condition (in thousands of dollars) moved to make way for demolition due to construction and moving agencies into temporary space or completed 4. Operation of communication facilities.- Provides for

Assets: operation of telecommunication services and facilities for

Treasury balance....

18,310 33,905 33,816 33,770 use of Federal agencies which will be transferred effective Accounts receivable, net.

11,371 17,557 17,500 17,500 July 1, 1963, to the new Federal Telecommunications Selected assets: 1

Advances...

2 Fund established by Public Law 87-847, approved Oct.

Work in process.

7,013 15,552 15,500 15,500 23, 1962. A supplemental to provide initial capital for Inventories, supplies, and mathis fund is included in the budget as an item proposed terials...

2,515 2,705 2,700 2,700 for separate transmittal in the section for Transportation

Deferred charges.

246 311 300 300 Fixed assets, net.

2,785 3,104 3,104 3,104 and Communications Service. 5. Protection and maintenance, surplus properties.--Pro

Total assets.

42,240 73,136 72,920 72,874
vides for protection and maintenance of excess and surplus
properties.

Liabilities:
Current.

33,990 63,215 63,200 63,200 6. Maintenance repairs.--Provides for day-to-day main

Unfunded leave liability.

9,239 9,239 9,239 9,239 tenance to GSA operated buildings, Public Health Service

Long-term rental liability.

234
187 140

94
facilities and other Government buildings under jurisdic-
tion of General Services Administration.

Total liabilities..

43, 463 72,640 72,579 72,533 7. Security guarding.-- Provides extra guarding service

Government equity: for other agencies where specifically authorized by law. Non-interest-bearing capital.... 7.884 7,884 7,884 7,884

8. Operation and maintenance of sites held for future Provision for unfunded leave construction.-Provides for maintenance and repairs of liability...

-8,544 -8,544 -8,544 -8,544

Retained earnings or deficit (-). -564 1,155 1,000 1,000 sites or improvements thereon reserved for future construction of Federal buildings, and operation of space Total Government equity... -1,223 496 341 341 occupied by commercial tenants.

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buildings.

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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..

Services of other agencies. 26 Supplies and materials.. 31 Equipment, 42 Insurance, claims, and indemnities. 44 Refunds. Undistributed..

Revenues and other receipts (from program

and financing) -
Increase (-) or decrease in accounts receiv-

able, net...

14,835

101,433
7,747

55
150

530 143,395

250 65,592

2,320 15,100

400

111,287
8,421

55
155

530 169,251

250 66,341

2,320 15,500

400

467

96,066
7,220

48
144

522 125,069

231 39,201

2,278 14,822 549

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98 14,921

Budget expenditures...

-639

185

- 500

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Construction service activities consisting of surveys and

test borings performed in connection with the acquisition 374,510

of Federal building sites; preparation of drawings and specifications for the construction or alteration of public

buildings; supervision of construction and alteration 374,510 activities; and other related services are financed by this

fund on a reimbursable basis from funds appropriated, transferred, or advanced to General Services Administration (40 U.S.C. 296).

Operations.-Initial financing of salaries and related 22,615

expenses of all personnel engaged in architectural and 350 22,255

engineering services in connection with buildings design 22,00)

and construction, both departmental and field, is pro4.4. vided. Increases for 1963 and 1964 support the GSA $5.264 public building construction program, expansion of the $4,650

repair and improvement program, and additional workload in connection with projects assigned to GSA by other Federal agencies.

Operating results.-Retained earnings will be reduced in 1963 to approximately $100 thousand and maintained

at that level. 1964

Revenue, Expense, and Retained Earnings (in thousands of dollars) estimate

1964

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9,203

440

11,785

537

9,642
9,643

12,219
12,322

14,835 14.835

Program by activities: Operating costs, funded: 1. Technical services.. 2. Program direction..

Total operating costs, funded. Change in selected resources ?

Total obligations..

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14,273

Revenue... 562 | Expense... 14,835

Net loss (-) for the year.

Retained earnings, start of year. 14,835

Retained earnings, end of year..

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PERSONAL PROPERTY ACTIVITIESCon. (b) Buying operations.-Commodities are procured to

maintain inventories at stores depots to insure availability General and special funds-Continued

in advance of sales orders and for direct delivery to OPERATING EXPENSES, FEDERAL SUPPLY SERVICE—Continued

agencies. Term contracts for common-use commodities

and services are established for large aggregate volume Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

Continued

requirements against which agencies place individual

orders at uniform price advantages. Total procurement 1963 1964

in 1964 is estimated at $1,480 million, compared to $1,349 estimate estimate

million in 1963 and actual purchases of $1,187.9 million

in 1962. New obligational authority: Appropriation.

8,428 40,500 51,000

2. Standards and quality control—(a) Supply standTransferred (5 U.S.C. 630d) to (-)

ards. - Standards of quality and other characteristics of "Operating expenses, Utilization and Dis

common-use commodities are established by specificaposal Service"

-3,958 -370 "Salaries and expenses, Office of Admin

tions, qualified products lists, and uniform item identiistrator".

-85

fications for mandatory use by Government agencies. "Operating expenses, Transportation and

The estimated workload for 1963 and 1964 is based Communications Service".

- 284
-320

primarily on the expanded supply support program of

General Services Administration. The cataloging proAppropriation (adjusted) ----

4,101 39,810 51,000 Proposed supplemental due to pay in

gram results in establishing a uniform identification for creases.

995

each item of supply and establishes a basis for expanding

supply support by the General Services Administration i Includes capital outlay as follows: 1962, $188 thousand; 1963, $120 thousand; once the commonality of the items is determined. 1964. $140 thousand. Excludes adjust ments of prior year costs of $43 thousand. (b) Quality control.-- Timely delivery of commodities of 1961: $597 thousand (1962 adjustments, $150 thousand); 1962, $942 thousand: specified quality is assured by inspection at contractor's 1963, $876 thousand; 1964, $1,007 thousand.

plants or supply depots, by laboratory tests and analyses This appropriation provides for (1) establishment of of samples prior to acceptance, and by contract adminefficient supply management practices throughout the istration assistance. Federal Government and (2) expenses of operating a

3. Procurement policy and supply coordination.-Policies worldwide supply system through which common-use

and regulations are promulgated to establish uniform and commodities are sold to Government agencies and cost- simplified procurement practices and to improve supply type contractors from depot stocks, or by direct delivery operations throughout the Government. The Federal from suppliers, whichever is more economical. Except Procurement Regulations System is administered under for customer orders placed directly with suppliers under this program and orderly transfers of supply functions are Federal Supply schedule contracts, most of the purchases arranged. Federal agencies are also assisted in the inof commodities are financed initially from the General stallation of improved supply procedures. supply fund, subject to reimbursement by ordering agencies. Wherever economical and feasible, costs of

Object Classification (in thousands of dollars) commodities furnished directly from suppliers are paid

1962

1963 1964 directly from funds of the requisitioning agency without

estimate estimate involving the General supply fund. The budget includes an item for separate transmittal

11 Personnel compensation: for 1963 to provide $2,925 thousand for increased stores

Permanent positions.

15,559 19,490 24,844 Positions other than permanent..

412 286 346 item sales. The increase for 1964 is due primarily to Other personnel compensation.-

840 739

816 increased reliance on the General Services Administration by the Department of Defense for supply support for

Total personnel compensation.

16,811 20,514 26,006 12 Personnel benefits...

1,209 common-use items.

1,490 1,887 21 Travel and transportation of persons.

356 524

683 Fair value of personal property received from other Payment to interagency motor pools.

129
148

178 appropriations or funds without cost for use by General

22 Transportation of things..

902 356 421 Services Administration is

23 Rent, communications, and utilities. follows: 1962, $143

2,596 2,746 3,110 as 24 Printing and reproduction..-

1,284 1,383 1,736 thousand; 1963, $97 thousand; 1964, $121 thousand. 25 Other services. ---

2,510 3,309 4.188 1. Supply operations-(a) Supply distribution.-Stocks

Payment to Administrative operations

fund.. of common-use commodities are received, warehoused,

6,848 8,632 10,589 Services of other agencies.

767 1,036 1,356 and issued at cost to Federal agencies through a nation 26 Supplies and materials.

458 524 679 wide system of supply depots. Stores stock sales reflect 31 Equipment...

257 142 167 a continuous increase as follows:

Total obligations..

34,127 40,805 51,000 STORES STOCK SALES [In millions)

Personnel Summary 1959

1963 1964 Gross sales.---151.3 160.5 190.5 238.8 296.4 364.0 Total number of permanent positions.

2,845 3,311

4,145 Excluding transportation costs to

Full-time equivalent of other positions..

73
52

63 the ultimate point of deliveries.. 145.5 154.3 183.2 229.6 285.0 350.0 Average number of all employees..

2,599 3,109 3,881 Number of employees at end of year.

2,884 3,280 4,109 Average GS grade.

7.4 Included in this activity are space and related costs as

7.4 7.4 Average GS salary.

$6,523 $6,939 $6,961 follows: 1962, $3.6 million; 1963, $5.1 million; and 1964, Average salary of ungraded positions..

$5,274 $5,294

$5,315 $5.9 million.

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1960

1961

1962

1962 actual

1964 estimate

Proposed for separate transmittal:

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)
OPERATING EXPENSES, FEDERAL SUPPLY SERVICE

1963

estimate Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

Program by activities: 1962

1963 1964 Operating costs, funded:
actual estimate estimate

1. Supply operations:
(a) Stores, regular

227,936 296,400 364,000 Program by activities:

(b) Stores, direct delivery.

33,922 47.000 66,000 1. Supply operations:

(c) Nonstores items

139,210 156,900 166,000 (a) Supply distribution..

1,323
2. Export packing----

10,904 16,500 22,000 (b) Buying operations.

643

3. Rehabilitation and repair of furniture
and equipment

2,204 4,900 5,300 Total, supply operations.

1,966
4. Motor pools-

15,603 17,997 18,100 2. Standards and quality control: (b) Quality

Undistributed

18 control....

375 5. Administrative operations

584

Total operating costs, funded. 429,797 539,697 641,400 Total program costs, funded--obliga

Capital outlay: tions.

2,925

1. Supply operations: Stores items: Pur

chase of materials handling and laboFinancing:

ratory equipment..

962 2,700 2,700 New obligational authority (proposed supple

4. Motor pools: Purchase of equipment.-

9,108 15,482 12,040 mental appropriation)-

2,925
Total capital outlay-

10,070 18,182 14,740 Total program costs, funded..

439,868 557,879 656, 140 Under existing legislation, 1963.- This proposed supple- Change in selected resources

68,609 47,634 41,000 mental appropriation will finance an additional $23.9 mil-Adjustment in selected resources (inventory lion of sales of stores items from stock and an additional

from Department of Defense).

-5,000 -3,000 $5 million of stores items by direct delivery. The current Total obligations.

508,478 600,513 694, 140 adjusted appropriation of $39.8 million will provide financing for only $272.5 million of sales from stock and Financing: $42 million of sales of stores items by direct delivery.

New obligational authority:
Appropriation ----

13,500 13,500 35,000 Proposed supplemental appropriation.

30,000

Revenues and other receipts:
EXPENSES, SUPPLY DISTRIBUTION

Supply operations:
(a) Stores, regular: Revenue.-

229,637 296,400 364,000 Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

(b) Stores, direct delivery: Revenue. 34,749 47,000 66,000 (c) Nonstores items: Revenue.

139,210 156,900 166,000 Export packing: Revenue....

10,666 16,500 22,000 1962

1964
actual estimate estimate
Equipment rental: Revenue..

312 393 492 Rehabilitation and repair of furniture and

equipment: Revenue. Financing:

2,216 4,900 5,300 Motor pools: Revenue..

20,920 24,300 25, 100 Comparative transfers to other accounts. 30,089

Undistributed receipts:
Unobligated balance lapsing-

99
Revenue.

2,298 2,900 3,000 Proceeds from sale of equipment.

1,570 2.100 2,270 New obligational authority.

30,189

Total revenues and other receipts.---- 441,578 551,393 654,162

Balance brought forward: New obligational authority:

Unobligated balance.

25, 386

2,552 Appropriation..

30,374
Obligations in excess of availability

-3,860 Transferred (75 Stat. 353) from

Change in unfilled customers' orders.. 27,839 17,378 13,820 "Operating expenses, Utilization and Dis

Capital transfer: Payment of earnings (-). -3,685 -5,346 -3,000 posal Service".

168

Balance carried forward: "Operating expenses, Transportation and

Unobligated balance.

-2,552 -8,394 Communications Service"

63
Obligations in excess of availability

3,860
Transferred to "Salaries and expenses, Office
of Administrator” (5 U.S.C. 630d) (-)--- -417

Financing applied to program..

508,478 600,513 694, 140 Appropriation (adjusted).

30,189

1 Balances of selected resources are identified on the statement of financial

condition. Note. --This appropriation has been combined with "Operating expenses, Federal Supply Service" in 1963.

Summary of Sources and Application of Funds (in thousands of dollars)

1963

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