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REALLOCATIONS OF POSITIONS

Mr. Jones. Will you insert a table of the positions reallocated between July 1, 1945, and June 30, 1946?

Mr. NORTHROP. We will insert that in the record. (The table referred to is as follows:)

Department of the Interior-Number of positions reallocated during the period July 1,

1945, to June 30, 1946, and increases in salaries on an annual basis involved in the changes

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! In addition, 9 field positions were reallocated to lower grades, resulting in an annual reduction of

$364. 2 89 of the field positions, amounting to $30,646, were fish-cultural superintendents whose reallocations were effective July 1, 1945, and for whom increases in funds were provided in the Interior Department Appropriation Act for the fiscal year 1946.

APPROPRIATIONS, 1947, AND ESTIMATES, 1948, FOR GENERAL PUBLIC

WORKS

Mr. Jones. And will you insert a table showing the public works, or construction items for 1947, as compared with the estimate for 1948?

Mr. NORTHROP. Yes; we will insert that statement. (The tabulation referred to is as follows:)

Appropriations, fiscal year 1947, and estimates, fiscal year 1948, for general public

works

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Appropriations, fiscal year 1947, and estimates, fiscal year 1948, for general public

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BUREAU OF BECLAMATION
Special accounts:
Reclamation fund, special fund:

Salaries and expenses.
General investigations.
Construction:

San Luis project, Colorado.
Pine River project, Colorado.
Boise project, Idaho, Anderson Ranch
Boise project, Idabo, Payette division.
Anderson Ranch Dam.
Minidoka project, Idaho.
Palisades project, Idaho.
Sun River project, Montana.
Carlsbad project, New Mexico
Rio Grande project, New Mexico-Texas.
Tucumcari project, New Mexico.
Lugert Altus project, Oklahoma.
Deschutes project, Oregon..
Owyhee project, Oregon..
Klamath project, Oregon-California.
Ogden River project, Utah.
Provo River project, Utah,
Yakima project, Washington, Roza division.
Kendrick project, Wyoming.
Riverton project, Wyoming-
Shoshone project, Wyoming, Heart Mountain

division
Shoshone project, Wyoming, Willwood division.
Shosbone project, Wyoming Power division.

Total reclamation special fund, construction....
Colorado River development fund, special account..

Total, Bureau of Reclamation, special account...
General scoounts:
General fund construction:

Gila project, Arizona (reimbursable)..
Davis Dam project, Arizona-Nevada (reimbursable).
Central Valley project, California (reimbursable).
Kings River project, California (reimbursable).
Colorado-Big Thompson project, Colorado (reimburs-

able).
Hungry Horse project, Montana (reimbursable).
Colorado River project, Texas (reimbursable).
Columbia Basin project, Washington (reimbursable)..

Total, general fund construction.....
Fart Peck project, Montana (reimbursable)..
Missouri River Basin (reimbursable).
Advances to Colorado River Dam fund, Boulder Canyon
project...
Advances to Colorado River Dam fund, All-American

Canal...
Colorado River front work and levee system,
Water conservation, utilization projects..
Total, Bureau of Reclamation, general account.
Total, Bureau of Reclamation, general and special 8c-
count

- 1,917, 672 - 196, 895

+443, 000 -13, 423, 303

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-12, 623, 303

+500,000 +10.500,000 +7, 314, 378

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-68. 400 +9,500,000

27.500,000

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BUREAU OF MINES

Construction and equipment of anthracite research laboratory.

450,000

-450,000

Appropriations, fiscal year (1947, and estimates, fiscal year 1948, for general public

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COMPARISON OF AUTHORIZED EMPLOYMENT, 1947, WITH ESTIMATE FOR

1948

Mr. Jones. Will you insert a table showing by bureaus the number of positions authorized for the fiscal year 1947, the number requested in 1948 estimate, and the increase or decrease?

Mr. NORTHROP. Yes, sir.
(The table referred to is as follows:)

Comparison of authorized employment, for fiscal year 1947, and estimated employment,

for fiscal year 1948

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3 United States High Commis

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9 Bonneville Power Adminis. tration

2, 272 125 2, 397 2, 530 200 Solid Fuels Administration for

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Southwestern Power Adminis-
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214 215 Bureau of Land Management..

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+1 1,002 343 1, 345 1, 087 394 Bureau of Indian Affairs.

1, 481 +85

+136 8,845

+51 130 8, 975 9, 908 130 Bureau of Reclamation.

10, 038 +1,063 +1, 063 17,083 70

17, 153 18, 276 71 18, 347 +1, 193 Geological Survey. 3, 725

+1 1+1, 194 3, 886 7,611 4, 487

4, 192 Bureau of Mines

8, 679

+762 +306 +1,068 2, 805

571 3, 376 2,052 525 3, 477 +147 -46 National Park Service.

+101 2, 314 2,500 4, 814 2, 751 2,650

5, 401 Fish and Wildlife Service 2, 148

+437 +150 +587 2, 825 2, 302

2, 886

-93 Government in the Territories.

+154 1,645 1,603

+61 3, 248 1, 644 1, 704

3, 348

+101 +100 Total, Department of the Interior..

44, 2889, 914 54,202 46, 934 10, 451 / 67, 386 +2, 646 +537 +3, 183 ali

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COMPARATIVE TABLE OF POSITIONS BY GRADES

Mr. JoNEs. Will you insert a table by grades, showing the positions actually filled on December 31, 1946, and the projected number as of June 30, 1947, July 1, 1947, December 31, 1947, and June 30, 1948?

Mr. Northrop. The statement will be submitted for the record, Mr. Chairman. (The tabulation referred to is as follows:)

Statement of the number of positions by grades actually filled on Dec. 31, 1946, and of the projected numbers as of June 30, 1947, July i, 1947, Dec. 31, 1947, and June 30,1948

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24 59 112 235 369 147 533 204 742

564 1, 173 2. 306 2,722 1, 415 131

2 52 186

471 1,080 1. 789 2, 702 2, 520 1, 319

510 1, 076 1, 801 1, 902 2, 185

864 434 34 89 169 244 639 553 470

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2, 166
2,019

898
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1, 406
1, 496
1, 662

723 430 23 83 147 210 510 446 390

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23 63 113 222 366 148 526 201 736

560 1, 162 2. 285 2, 716 1, 397 130

2 50 185

477 1, 078 1, 791 2, 708 2, 551 1, 315

510 1,082 1, 805 1, 908 2, 185

866 444 54 84 170 243 619 537 462

958 1, 212

979 316

4 24 64 113 228 369 148 569 202 750

578 1, 217 2. 364 2, 825 1,495 124

2 51 206

516
1, 207
2,082
2, 880
3,127
2,069

562
1, 103
1, 799
1. 637
2, 279
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249
668
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486

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1. 154

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112 231 374 148 586 209 765

594 1, 268 2, 416 2, 869 1, 526 124

2 52 211

547 1, 262 2, 207 3, 011 3, 338 2, 303

595 1, 169 1, 898 1, 718 2, 324 1, 015

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Mr. Jones. The Congressional Reorganization Act of 1946 has section 139 (d) in it, which reads as follows:

The Appropriations Committees of both Houses are authorized and directed to make a study of, (1) existing permanent appropriations with a view to limiting the number of permanent appropriations and to recommend to their respective Houses what permanent appropriations, if any, should be discontinued and, (2) disposition of funds resulting from the sale of Government property or services

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