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Subtotal, trust funds...
Deposit funds:
Legislative Branch.
The Judiciary...
Executive Office of the President.
Funds Appropriated to the President.
Department of Agriculture..
Department of Commerce.
Department of Defense-Military
Department of Defense-Civil.
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare.
Department of the Interior...
Department of Justice..
Department of Labor..
Post Office Department.
Department of State.
Treasury Department.
Atomic Energy Commission.
Federal Aviation Agency.
General Services Administration..
Housing and Home Finance Agency -
National Aeronautics and Space Administration..
Veterans Administration..
Independent Offices:

Farm Credit Administration..
Federal Home Loan Bank Board.

Other..
District of Columbia..

19 --980 - 792

866 110,256

-572

-497
-494,617

-45
-33

-5,425
-1,323

850
36,752
-2,040

-500 599,211

-62 -120 23.000

-- 200 -26,500

16,438 -2.040

-500 8,000

-63 -100 -4,000

- 200 - 26,500

- 206 -129,537

-179 -423

541

-78 -2.763

8,456

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Subtotal....
Interfund transactions (-)---

Total, trust fund receipts and expenditures ..
Deduct trust fund expenditures...

Net accumulation in trust funds..

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129

14,418

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Department of Agriculture:
Farmers Home Administration: State rural rehabilita-
tion funds.

352
6,155 4,966 4,967 5,237

5,430

4,631 Department of Defense-Civil: United States Soldiers' Home: United States Soldiers' Home revolving fund... 805 115 129 133 118

133 Department of Justice: Legal activities and general administration: Alien

property activities: Alien property fund, World War II.

151 14,418 39,204 60,133 9,035 6,918 4,514 Alien property fund, Philippines, World War II. 151

10 1,005 1,125

77

5 938 International Claims Settlement Act, title Il fund. 151 123 265 853

147 Federal Prison System: Commissary funds, Federal prisons.

908 2,323 2,400 2,500 2,351 2,400 2,500 General Services Administration: Records activities: National Archives trust fund...----| 905 362 372 381

400 400
Housing and Home Finance Agency:
Federal National Mortgage Association: Secondary
market operations fund..

551 966,091 745, 179 1,013, 100 649,356 495,179 528,100
Other independent agencies:
Civil Service Commission:
Employees health benefits fund..

654 332,869 345,775 388,443 343,684 360,382 405,871 Employees life insurance fund.

654 83,540 111,170 114,824 153,843 138,525 167,548 Retired employees health benefits fund.

654 27,167 26,045 28,681 27,257 26,000 28,762 Federal Communications Commission: International telecommunications settlements..

508 248 253 253 258 253 253 National Capital Housing Authority: Operation and

maintenance, properties aided by Public Housing Administration...

555

17, 140 18,675 18,190 17,029 18,618 18,410 Total, trust revolving funds.--.

1,450,561 1,295,438 1,633,583 1,208,631 1,054,386 1,162,060

386

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EXPLANATION OF PERSONNEL COMPENSATION SCHEDULES

The schedules which show the detail of personnel com accounts for the savings because pay was at the older, pensation are furnished to the Congress pursuant to lesser rates for the first three months of the fiscal year. section 204 of the Budget and Accounting Act, 1921 A special add entry in the 1964 column covers the cost, for (31 U.S.C. 581). The number of positions of a perma the last six months of that fiscal year, of the further pay nent or an indefinite duration is shown; amounts are increases which will become effective on January 1, 1964 given for these, and for other types of employment and under existing legislation. personnel compensation.

Separate entries cover employment in positions other For the position figures, any position is counted if it is than permanent (temporary and intermittent employoccupied or will be occupied at any time during the year. ment). Other obligations for personnel compensation are Therefore, the number of positions shown may exceed also detailed. Because most annual salaries are by law the maximum number of positions at any one time, and the rate for 52 weeks, an additional entry covers the extra nearly always exceeds the maximum number of em earnings whenever there are regular workdays above the ployees at any one time due to delays in filling vacancies, 52-week base. For employees with a Monday-throughleave without pay, and similar factors.

Friday workweek there are no extra days in 1962 or 1963, Grades and their respective salary ranges are reflected but there will be 2 extra in 1964.

The final amounts in these schedules agree with correthe general schedule grades, is abbreviated "GS--

. Titles are shown for positions with a base rate of $12,845 In cases where a consolidated schedule in part III contains or above. Salaries are reported at the rate effective for personnel compensation which is reflected in two or more the greater part of the year. Since within-grade salary object schedules, a distribution by account title follows advancements occur at various times during the year, the the total line. rates shown will not be exactly equal to the compensation The schedules in this part of the appendix, like the earned, but the difference is taken up in the "Deduct object schedules of parts I and II generally, exclude estilapses" line. That line also covers savings due to va mates which are proposed for later transmittal. Such cancies, etc., and is offset in part by terminal annual exclusions relate to a number of items of proposed legislaleave payments.

tion affecting 1964 and occasionally 1963, a number of The pay scales which became effective for many em- supplemental estimates which are presently forecast under ployees in October 1962 are used in both the 1963 and existing legislation, and the use of such amounts as are 1964 columns. A special deduct entry in the 1963 column currently estimated in the allowance for contingencies.

980

in the stub column; the most commonly

used grade series

, sponding entries in the object schedules of parts I and In

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Num- Total Num- Total Num. Total ber salary ber salary ber salary

1 $11, 150 1 $11, 515 1 $8,955 1 7,820 1 8, 575

8,575 13, 860 2 14, 700 2 14, 700 2 9, 990

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Grades and ranges:

GS-13. $11,150 to $14,070..
GS-12. $9,475 to $11,995.
GS-11. $8,045 to $10,165.
GS-9. $6,675 to $8,700.

GS-6. $5,035 to $6,565. Ungraded positions at hourly rates equivalent to less than $12,845.

Total permanent..
Deduct-

Lapses.
Net increase due to lower pay scales for

part of year. Add net increase due to higher pay scales for part of year

Net permanent (average number,

net salary). Positions other than permanent: Tem

porary employment.
Other personnel compensation:

Regular pay above 52-week base.
Overtime and holiday pay.
Nightwork differential.

Total personnel compensation...

Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total ber salary ber salary ber salary 1 $20,700 1 $20, 700 1 $20, 700 1 16,000 1 19,000 1 19,000 1 17,500 1 17,500 1 17,500 1 15, 576 1 16,350 1 16, 666 1 15, 576 1 16, 350 1 16, 666 1 15, 576 1 16, 350 1 16, 666 5 54, 539 7 80, 352 8 94, 910 2 18, 960 1

9, 485

1 9,797 2 16, 682

9, 110

34, 008 1 7, 176 1 8, 029 1

8, 029 2 13, 354 4 27, 641 1

6, 552 1 7, 134 1 7, 134 6 32, 864 5 28, 705 6 34, 410 2 10, 359 2 11, 273 3 16, 494 17, 722 4

19, 114

9 42, 411 3 12, 376 3 12, 500 3 12, 646 1 6, 896 2

14,000

3 19, 191 33 288,054 35 319, 306 49 413,869 2 11, 243 1 6,074

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Grades and ranges:
Special positions at rates equal to or in

excess of $12,845:
Architect...
Assistant architect.
Second assistant architect.
Coordinating engineer..
Administrative officer.

Executive assistant..
GS-13. $11,150 to $14,070
GS-12. $9,475 to $11,995.
GS-11. $8,045 to $10,165.
GS-10. $7,290 to $9.495
GS-9. $6,675 to $8,700
GS-8. $6,090 to $7,935.
GS-7. $5,540 to $7,205.
GS-6. $5,035 to $6,565.
G8-5. $4,565 to $6,005.

GS-4. $4,110 to $5,370... Ungraded positions at hourly rates equivalent to less than $12,845.

Total permanent..
Deduct-

Lapses.
Net decrease due to lower pay scales for

part of year Add net increase due to higher pay scales for part of year.--

Net permanent (average number,

net salary)..
Other personnel compensation:

Regular pay above 52-week base.
Overtime and holiday pay.---

Total personnel compensation..

7,500

7,500

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1,000 31,982 309, 793

34 310, 700

1,000 30, 500

3, 200 41, 500

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CAPITOL BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS

Grades and ranges:
Special positions at rates equal to or in

excess of $12,845:
Superintendent.
GS-12. $9,475 to $11,995.
GS-11. $8,045 to $10,165.
GS-10. $7,290 to $9,495..
GS-9. $6,675 to $8,700..
GS-8. $6,090 to $7,935.
GS-7. $5,540 to $7,205.
GS-6. $5,035 to $6,565.
GS-5. $4,565 to $5,845-
GS-4. $4,110 to $5,370.

G 8-1. $3,245 to $4,190.
Ungraded positions at annual rates less

than $12,845. Ungraded positions at hourly rates equiv

alent to less than $12,845..

CAPITOL BUILDINGS

Num. Total Num- Total Num- Total ber salary ber salary ber salary

1 $14, 381 1 $15,098 1 $15, 388 1

9, 215 1 10, 105 1 10, 640 7, 820 1 8,575

8, 970 1 7, 290 1 7, 535 3 20, 625 5 36, 750 5 37, 795 3 19, 635 4 23, 235 4 24, 565

25, 395 1 5, 160 3 16, 125 3 16, 295 3 14, 355 3 14, 905 3 15, 100 2 8, 395 1

4,530

1 4, 530 3 10, 185 310, 680 3 10, 950 61 226, 632 61 238, 054 61 242, 492 286 286

288 1, 172, 159 1, 243, 714 1, 281, 876 369 370

372 1, 531, 797 1, 630, 391 1,676, 966 0.3 1,750

1, 876

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Num- Total Num- Total Num- Total ber salary ber salary ber salary 1 $15, 576 1 $16, 350 1 $16, 666 1 10, 635 1 11, 515 1 11, 880 3 28, 425 3 30, 945 3 31, 260 3 23, 720 3 25, 725 3 26, 520 1 7, 490

8, 515 1 8, 515 4 26, 960 4 29, 175 4 29, 625 1 5,885

1 6, 090 1 6,390

1 5, 540 1 5, 725 2 9, 350 2 10, 090 2 10, 250 1 4,670 1 4,950

1 5, 090

3,049

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Grades and ranges:
Special positions at rates equal to or in

excess of $12,845:
Supervising engineer.
GS-13. $11,150 to $14,070.
GS-12. $9,475 to $11,995.
GS-11. $8,045 to $10,165.
GS-10. $7,290 to $9,495.
GS-9. $6,675 to $8,700..
GS-8. $6,090 to $7,935.
GS-7. $5,540 to $7,205.
GS-5. $4,565 to $6,005.

GS-4. $4,110 to $5,370.
Ungraded positions at annual rates less

than $12,845: Elevator operators -Ungraded positions at hourly rates equivalent to less than $12,845.

Total permanent..
Deduct-

Lapses.
Net decrease due to lower pay scales for

part of year. Add net increase due to higher pay scales for part of year.

Net permanent (average number,

net salary). Positions other than permanent: Tempo

rary employment.
Other personnel compensation:

Regular pay above 52-week base..
Overtime and holiday pay.
Nightwork differential..

Total personnel compensation.

109

171, 100 43 174, 300 556, 954111 583, 229 876, 949 172 909, 450

5,014

5,000 240, 485 36,000

15,000 10,000 240, 485

36,000 1,981, 500

156

5,000 187, 980

36,000 1, 766, 783

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1, 925,000

2, 335

3, 250

LEGISLATIVE GARAGE

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