Deficiency Appropriations for 1964: Hearings Before the Committee on Appropriations, United States Senate, 88th Congress, 2d Session on H.R. 11201 an Act Making Deficiency Appropriations for Fiscal Year Ending June 30, 1964 and for Other Purposes

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Page 37 - Mr. Chairman and members of the committee, we appreciate this opportunity to appear before you today...
Page 126 - Congress, 873 laborers and mechanics on payrolls under the Architect of the Capitol and the Botanic Garden, carried in the annual legislative branch appropriation act, are compensated on a wage board, prevailing-rate basis. Public Law 763 provides that the compensation of such employees shall be fixed and adjusted from time to time as nearly as is consistent •with the public interest in accordance, with prevailing rates. A general comparative survey of Government and industrial employees...
Page 45 - July 7, 1959. Hon. CARL HAYDEN, Chairman, Committee on Appropriations, US Senate. DEAR SENATOR HAYDEN: It is respectfully requested that your committee Rive consideration to certain amendments to HR 7978, supplemental appropriations bill, I960.
Page 108 - Mr. Chairman and members of the committee, thank you very much for the opportunity to testify before you this morning.
Page 57 - DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR, BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT Management of lands and resources Appropriation to date $44, 152, 500 Obligations to Dec.
Page 43 - July 9, 1959. Hon. CARL HAYDEN, Chairman, Senate Appropriations Committee, US Senate, Washington, DC DEAR MR. CHAIRMAN...
Page 77 - Oct. 23, 1945). The policy Is to adjust rates of pay to levels consistent with those adopted through collective bargaining by the major electric utilities in the Administration's service areas, both publicly and privately owned systems.
Page 19 - Is not the type that would recur frequently In the same area, and (4) will be so costly to rehabilitate that Federal assistance is or will be required to return the land to productive agricultural use.
Page 14 - Nos. 85-58, 85-170, and 87-332 $29, 000, 000 Deduct reimbursement to President's Disaster Relief Fund —930, 800 Balance available for allocation to States for emergency costsharing assistance...
Page 15 - ... cannot be certain that either sufficient employees can be recruited to do such work or that favorable weather will prevail. Failure to complete such work on a timely basis would result in delayed issuance of marketing cards and payments to producers. This would seriously jeopardize effective program administration. In preparing the estimate, full consideration was given to all possible savings which might accrue under other programs resulting from increased efficiency of operations. The justifications...

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