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PERSONAL PROPERTY ACTIVITIES—Con. of additional motor pools and increased service requested

by customer agencies. The number of pools in operation Intragovernmental funds-Continued

is estimated to increase from 66 in 1962 to 75 in 1963. No GENERAL SUPPLY FUND-Continued

future pools are contemplated at this time during 1964.

Other revenue and expense.—Gain or losses on equipment Summary of Sources and Application of Funds (in thousands of dollars) — Con disposals, inventory writeoffs, and discounts are applied

against operating costs.

Operating results and financial condition.--Investment

of the U.S. Government at the end of 1964 is estimated at Increase ( - ) in accounts receivable, net... – 31,705_-195 – 13,600 $232,3 million, consisting of $207,7 million in direct

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( Applicable receipts.

409,873 551,198 640,562 $12.8 million, inventory items $8.3 million), $0.6 million Budget expenditures..

32,567 35,939 29,978

capitalized surplus, and retained earnings of $3 million with $0.1 million deducted for long-term leave liability.

The estimates reflect $30 million to be requested in a This fund finances, on a reimbursable basis, a national supplemental appropriation in 1963 and $35 million supply depot system and a system of ordering supplies requested for appropriation in 1964, required for continued for direct delivery to agencies. Supplies or services are

expansion in warehouse and motor pool sales, equipment sold from the fund at cost to other agencies and the investment, and improvement of service to customer District of Columbia. Related operating expenses are

agencies. provided for under the appropriation Operating expenses,

Additional donated assets arising from transfers of Federal Supply Service.

motor vehicles from other agencies upon establishment of Also financed by the fund and reimbursed by the using the fund. Also to be capitalized is the value of inventories

interagency motor equipment pools will be capitalized in agencies are operations of interagency motor vehicle pools established in areas of high vehicle density.

to be transferred from the Department of Defense as Budget program. The estimate provides for continued supply support for common-use commodities is assumed increases in sales to the military under the program for by GSA. progressively expanding use of these supply facilities by

Any operating surplus, as determined by General Department of Defense, and a slight increase in sales to Accounting Office audit, must be returned to Treasury civilian agencies. Activations of additional interagency

as miscellaneous receipts. Payments so made in 1963 motor vehicle pools in 1963 are also reflected.

were $5.3 million and it is estimated that $3 million will Supply operations.-(a) Stores, stock.-Stocks of com

be returned in 1964. mon-use commodities are purchased in volume and stored in supply depots for issue to Government agencies. Sales

Revenue, Expense, and Retained Earnings (in thousands of dollars) for 1963 and 1964 include mark-up of 4% for transportation to use points. Sales reached an alltime high of

estimate $229.6 million in 1962 and are estimated to increase to $296.4 million in 1963 and $364 million in 1964.

Supply operations: (b) Stores, direct deliveries.-Stores orders, if sufficiently

Stores items: large and delivery time is not a factor, are placed with the

Stores, regular:
Revenue.

229,637 296,400 364,000 commercial source of supply and delivered directly to the Expense.

227,936 296, 400 364,000 customer. Sales were $34.8 million in 1962, and are estimated to increase to $47 million in 1963 and $66 million

Net operating income, stores items.-- 1,701 in 1964.

Stores, direct delivery: (c) Nonstores items.-Definite quantity requirements of Revenue...

34,749 47,000 66,000 commodities which are not susceptible to economical Expense..

33,922 47,000 66,000 stocking in supply depots are purchased for direct ship

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Net operating income, stores items.--ment to customer agencies. Sales through the fund are estimated to increase from $139.2 million in 1962 to $156.9

Nonstores items: million in 1963 and $166 million in 1964.

Revenue.

139,210

156,900 166,000 Export packing.–Stores and nonstores items are packed

Expense.

139,210 156,900 166,000 for shipment to overseas destinations. Receipts from this

Net operating income, nonstores items... operation are expected to increase from $10.7 million in 1962 to $16.5 million in 1963 and $22 million in 1964. Export packing: Equipment rental.-Operating equipment necessary to

Revenue.

10,666 16,500 22,000 Expense.

10,904 16,500 22,000 carry out the supply operation activity is acquired and charged on an accrual basis to the using activities. Col Net operating loss, export packing (-)-- -238 lections from using activities are expected to increase slightly through 1964.

Equipment rental:
Revenue...

312 393 492 Rehabilitation and repair of furniture and equipment.

Expense...

312

492 Furniture and equipment repair services, provided through commercial sources wherever feasible and economical, are Net operating income, equipment rental. estimated to increase from $2.2 million in 1962 to $4.9 million in 1963 and $5.3 million in 1964.

Rehabilitation and repair of furniture and

equipment: Motor pools.-Services are supplied to agencies through Revenue..

2,216 4,900 5,300 a system of interagency motor pools, still under develop

Expense.

2,205 4,900 5.300 ment, to serve areas of high vehicle density. Sales are estimated to increase from $20.9 million in 1962 to $24.3

Net operating income, rehabilitation

and repair of furniture and equipment. million in 1963 and $25.1 million in 1964 due to activation

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Motor pools:

Revenue.
Expense.

Net operating income, motor pools.----Other operating revenue and expense:

Revenue..
Expense...

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3,053

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Direct costs:

31 Equipment.....
Reimbursable costs:
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 opera

tions fund.

Service of other agencies. 26 Supplies and materials.

Materials supplied to other agencies...

Total reimbursable costs.
Total, General Services Administra.

tion.-.-. ALLOCATION TO INTERIOR, BONNE

VILLE POWER ADMINISTRATION
25 Other services: Services of other agencies

Total costs...
Change in selected resources.
Adjustment in selected resources.

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PERSONAL PROPERTY ACTIVITIES-Con.

Personnel Summary

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1963 estimate

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Intragovernmental funds-Continued

1964

estimate ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSES, FOREIGN Aid ProCUREMENTS—Con.

Total number of permanent positions.

273 450 600 Financial Condition (in thousands of dollars)

Full-time equivalent of other positions.

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8

8 Average number of all employees.

210 373 507 1963 1964 Number of employees at end of year.

260

429 571 estimate estimate Average GS grade.

4.4 4.4 4.4 Average GS salary

$4,691 $4,791 $4,699 Assets:

Average salary of ungraded positions.

$5,560 $5,597 $5,648 Treasury balance.

218 Liabilities: Current

1 Government equity:

UTILIZATION AND DISPOSAL ACTIVITIES Retained earnings (unobligated balance)-- 217

General and special funds:

OPERATING EXPENSES, UTILIZATION AND DISPOSAL SERVICE This fund was established to account for expenses incurred rendering procurement aid to the Agency for

For necessary expenses, not otherwise provided for, incident to International Development, successor to the International

the utilization and disposal of excess and surplus property, and

rehabilitation of personal property, as authorized by law, [$8,500,000] Cooperation Administration (22 U.S.C. 1782). Earnings $10,000,000, to be derived from proceeds from the transfer of excess credited to the fund were derived from mutually agreed property and the disposal of surplus property. (Independent Offices upon advances based on program workload received. Be- Appropriation Act, 1963.) ginning with 1961, provision was made to finance these

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars) expenses from appropriated funds. The unpaid obligations have been liquidated in 1962

1963 and the unobligated balance has been returned to the

estimate estimate surplus fund of the Treasury.

Program by activities:
1. Real property..

3,400 3,873

4,143 2. Personal property.

3,427 3,893 4,386 3. Service direction.

398 482 507 ADVANCES AND REIMBURSEMENTS

4. Administrative operations.

788 861 964 Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

Total program costs, funded 1.

8,013 9,109 10,000 Change in selected resources

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actual estimate estimate
Total obligations

8,026 9,140 10,000 Program by activities:

Financing: 1. Operating expenses, Federal Supply Serv

Unobligated balance lapsing

207 ice.

2 7,026 9,807 2. Expenses, supply distribution.

3,844
New obligational authority.

8,233 9,140 10,000 Total program costs, funded-obligations.--

3,846 7,026 9,807 New obligational authority:
Appropriation

8,500 10.000 Financing:

Transferred (5 U.S.C. 630d) fromAdvances and reimbursements from,

"Operating expenses, Public Buildings Other accounts 3,841 7,026 9,807 Service

4,443 Non-Federal sources (5 U.S.C. 61(b))--

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"Operating expenses, Federal Supply
Service"

3,958 370 Total financing

3,846 7,026 9,807 Transferred to “Expenses, supply distribu-
tion" (75 Stat. 353) (-).

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Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)

Appropriation (adjusted):
General fund..

4,298 370
Special fund...

3,935 8,500 10,000 11 Personnel compensation:

Proposed supplemental due to pay in-
Permanent positions.-

1,072 1,955 2,709
creases (special fund)

270 Positions other than permanent.

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41

45 Other personnel compensation.

208 102

143

Includes capital outlay as follows: 1962, $31 thousand; 1963, $8 thousand;

1964, $36 thousand. Total personnel compensation..

1,319 2,098 2,896

2 Selected resources as of June 30 are as follows: Unpaid undelivered orders, 12 Personnel benefits..

83
150 208

1961, $22 thousand; (1962 adjustments, $2 thousand); 1962, $37 thousand; 1963,

$68 thousand; 1964, $68 thousand. 21. Travel and transportation of persons.

3
4

6 Payment to interagency motor pools.

2 123 171

This appropriation, derived from proceeds from the 22 Transportation of things.

522
69

95 23 Rent, communications, and utilities.

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65

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transfer of excess property and the disposal of surplus 24 Printing and reproduction...

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6 property, provides for all utilization and disposal functions 25 Other services.

898 2,109 2,985 of the General Services Administration with respect to Services of other agencies.

208 830 1,156

excess and surplus real and personal property and the 26 Supplies and materials..

751 1,539 2,144 31 Equipment..

rehabilitation of personal property to be performed by 19 35

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the Utilization and Disposal Service, except fees of aucTotal obligations.-

3,846 7,026 9,807 tioneers, brokers, etc., which are financed through a special

account.

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Increases for 1964 provide for further emphasis on re EXPENSES, DISPOSAL OF SURPLUS REAL AND RELATED PERSONAL use or prompt disposal of existing real and personal

PROPERTY property to obviate new capital and procurement outlays. (Permanent, indefinite, special fund) Income from disposal activities in 1962 was $72.2 million, and is estimated to increase to $80.5 million in 1963, and

Amounts Available for Appropriation (in thousands of dollars) $87 million in 1964. Fair value of personal property received from other

1962

actual estimate appropriations or funds without cost for use by GSA is as follows: 1962, $12 thousand; 1963, $14 thousand; and Unappropriated balance brought forward

708 10,909 1,000 1964, $9 thousand.

Receipts.

64,518 65,000 73,000 1. Real property. This activity provides for (a) Unobligated balance returned to unappropriated utilization of excess and disposal of surplus real property,

receipts ---

-53, 108 --72,209 -70,800 including national industrial reserve properties; (b) pro Total available for appropriation.

12,118 3,200 3,200 tection and maintenance of excess, surplus, and national Deduct appropriation ---

1,209 2,200 2,200 industrial reserve properties; and (c) payments in lieu of taxes on certain properties as required by law. The

Unappropriated balance carried forward. 10,909 1,000 1,000 increase for 1964 is directly related to the current program of phasing out various military installations over a period

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)
of years and provides for utilization transfers of 145
properties in 1964 as compared to 140 in 1963 and sale of Program by activities:
385 surplus properties in 1964 as compared to 375 in 1963. 1. Appraisers' fees and surveying-

621
800

800 2. Personal property.This activity provides for (a)

2. Auctioneers' and brokers' fees..

279 920 950

251 3. Advertising ---

600 650 utilization of usable excess personal property, thereby obviating new purchases; (b) sale of surplus personal

Total program costs. funded 1.

1,151 2,320 2,400 property; and (c) rehabilitation of personal property. Change in selected resources ?

58 -120 - 200 The increase for 1964 provides for screening of excess inventories held by contractors with the Department of

Total obligations

1,209 2,200 2,200 Defense and extending sales responsibility to cover the Financing: remaining civil agencies not now served. Utilization New obligational authority (appropriation) -- 1,209 2,200 2,200 transfers at acquisition cost were $362.7 million in 1962 and are estimated at $400 million in 1963 and $435 million Excludes adjustment of prior year costs $2 thousand. in 1964. Proceeds from sale of surplus personal property

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

$790 thousand (1962 adjustments, - $420 thousand): 1962, $428 thousand; 1963, were $6.4 million in 1962 and are programmed at $12.5 $308 thousand; 1964, $108 thousand. million in 1963 and $14 million in 1964.

Appraisers, auctioneers, and brokers familiar with local

markets are used to accelerate the disposal of surplus Object Classification in thousands of dollars)

real and related personal property. Fees of appraisers,

auctioneers, and brokers and costs of advertising and suractual estimate estimate veying are paid out of receipts, subject to a limit of 12%

of the proceeds of all dispositions within each year (40 11 Personnel compensation:

U.S.C.A. 485(b)). Also paid from such proceeds is the Permanent positions..

3,960 4,665

direct expense in connection with utilization of excess Positions other than permanent.

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12 Other personnel compensation.

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real and related personal property (68 Stat. 1051).

Sales by both auctioneers and brokers amounted to Total personnel compensation --- 4,009 4,694

5,261 $8.2 million in 1962 and are estimated at $12 million in 12 Personnel benefits. ---

296

349 395 1963 and $14 million in 1964. 21 Travel and transportation of persons.

198 345 345 Payment to interagency motor pools... 67

70
72

Object Classification in thousands of dollars) 22 Transportation of things..

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3

3 23 Rent, communications, and utilities.

205 211 221 24 Printing and reproduction..

230 240
264

1962

actual estimate estimate 25 Other services.

1,853 2,020 2,098
Payment to Administrative operations
fund..
788 861 964 24 Printing and reproduction..

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10

10 Services of other agencies..

15
18
18 25 Other services..

1,199

2,190 26 Supplies and materials

62
65

71 31 Equipment

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Total obligations

1,209 2,200 2,200 41 Grants, subsidies, and contributions.

265 273 273

1962

1963

1964

1963

1964

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UTILIZATION AND DISPOSAL ACTIVITIES Con. This appropriation provides for basic operations of the

General Services Administration which deal with manageIntragovernmental funds-Continued

ment of the Government's archives and records, including ADVANCES AND REIMBURSEMENTS—Continued

custody and administration of permanent records in the Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)Continued

National Archives and other noncurrent records in Fed

eral records centers, assistance to records management 1962 1963 1964

programs of Government agencies, operation of presidenactual estimate estimate tial libraries, and filing and publication of Federal laws and

regulations. The estimate for 1964 is $562 thousand more Financing:

than 1963 financing, $285 thousand of which is for records Advances and reimbursements from Other accounts..---

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management assistance and records center activities. Non-Federal sources (5 U.S.C. 61 (b)).

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In 1964 records in custody of the National Archives and

Federal records centers will total 8,200,000 cubic feet. Total financing -

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Reference services will total 5,400,000.

Fair value of personal property received from other Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)

appropriations or funds without cost for use by GSA is as

follows: 1962, $85 thousand; 1963, $63 thousand; 1964, $58 11 Personnel compensation: Permanent posi

thousand. tions...

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1. Records management and centers.—Records of Federal 12 Personnel benefits..

2

agencies which must be retained for a period of time, but Total obligations.--

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are not needed for frequent

reference, are brought into and

administered in regional Federal records centers serving Personnel Summary

specified geographical areas. National centers at St.

Louis administer records of veterans of the armed services Total number of permanent positions..

and records of former civilian employees of the Govern

5 Average number of all employees.

5

ment, and maintain a locator file for civilians currently Number of employees at end of year.

5

employed. In addition to civilian agencies, records Average GS grade

5.0

center facilities are now furnished to the entire Naval Average GS salary

$4,514 Average salary of ungraded positions..

$6,781

Establishment, the Army, and Air Force at the seat of Government, and for selected Army records throughout the world.

The workload in Federal records centers is shown in the RECORDS ACTIVITIES

following table:

1962 actual 1963 estimate 1964 estimate General and special funds:

Regional centers:
OPERATING EXPENSES, NATIONAL ARCHIVES AND RECORDS SERVICE

Records administered (millions of cubic
feet).----

6.64 6.88 7.08 For necessary expenses in connection with Federal records man Unit cost per cubic foot of records adagement and related activities as provided by law, including reim

ministered...

$0.562 $0.563 $0.569 bursement for security guard services, and contractual services

Reference services (millions)

3.11
3.11

3.11 incident to movement or disposal of records, ($14,000,000] National personnel centers: $15,000,000. (Independent Offices Appropriation Act, 1963.)

Reference services (millions).

1.76 1.76

1.76 Interfiling documents (millions). 3.83 4.23

4.23 Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

2. Archives and related services. The permanently 1962 1963 1964 valuable records of the Government are selected, arranged, actual estimate estimate

cataloged, preserved, and serviced in the Archives of the Program by activities:

United States. Related services consist of (a) publication 1. Records management and centers..

9,327 9,603 9,888 of the Federal Register and related compilations and the 2. Archives and related services..

3,452 3,599 3,765 United States Statutes at Large, (b) preservation and 3. Service direction....

552 541

913 servicing of historical materials in presidential libraries, 4. Administrative operations.

638

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and (c) servicing the National Historical Publications Total program costs, funded 1

13,969 14,438

15,000 Commission. Change in selected resources . -45

Object Classification (in thousands of dollars) Total obligations.. 13,924 14,438 15,000

1963 1964 Financing:

actual

estimate estimate Unobligated balance lapsing

44 New obligational authority...

11 Personnel compensation:
13,968 14,438 15,000
Permanent positions...-

10,135 10,644 11,024 Positions other than permanent.

103

56 39 Other personnel compensation.

34 26 91 New obligational authority: Appropriation.

14,000 14,000 15,000

Total personnel compensation.. 10,272 10,726 11.154 Transferred to "Salaries and expenses, Office

12 Personnel benefits....

794
827

857 of Administrator" (5 U.S.C. 630d) (-)--- -32

21 Travel and transportation of

persons.

80 100 100 Payment to interagency motor pools..

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17 17 Appropriation (adjusted) 13,968 14,000 15,000 22 Transportation of things...

148 154 156 Proposed supplemental due to pay in

23 Rent, communications, and utilities.

956

932 990 creases.

438
24 Printing and reproduction..

87 92
25 Other services...

306 278 291 1 Includes capital outlay as follows: 1962, $209 thousand; 1963, $185 thousand; Payment to Administrative operations 1964, $185 thousand. Excludes adjustments of prior year costs of $16 thousand.

fund.....

638 695 734 Selected resources as of June 30 are as follows: Unpaid undelivered orders, 1961.

Services of other agencies.. $300 thousand (1962 adjust ments, - $35 thousand): 1962, $220 thousand: 1963,

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60 $220 thousand; 1964, $220 thousand.

26 Supplies and materials..

321 334

335

695

1962

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