Department of Defense Appropriations for 1951: Hearings Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations, House of Representatives, Eighty-first Congress, Second Session, Volume 9, Parts 4-5
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1950
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Accounts activity actual additional administration Admiral Hopwood Air Force aircraft allowances amount appropriation areas Army authority average aviation base Board budget Bureau change in program Chief civilian command committee complete construction continue contract cost covered decrease Defense Department direct duty effect ENGEL engineering enlisted equipment Establishment estimate expenses facilities field fiscal year 1951 fleet functions funds give going Government Grade hospitals increase industrial Mahon maintain maintenance maintenance and operation Marine Corps material Medical ment military Naval Naval Reserve Navy necessary obligations officers operation ordnance Organized percent performance personal services personnel planned present procurement production Public question record reduction Regular repair replacement requested research and development Reserve result Salaries Secretary SHEPPARD ships Sikes statement stations strength supply tion transfer transportation United vessels
Page 2527 - When authorized by an appropriation or other statute, the head of an agency may procure by contract the temporary (not in excess of 1 year) or intermittent services of experts or consultants or an organization thereof, including stenographic reporting services.
Page 2521 - ... or produced in the United States or its possessions, except to the extent that the Secretary of the Department concerned shall determine that a satisfactory quality and sufficient quantity of any articles of food or clothing or any form of cotton or wool grown, reprocessed, reused, or produced in the United States...
Page 2224 - ... the location of the character is not disastrous, a fair amount of variation in size and orientation can be tolerated, the degree of selectivity between characters can be controlled by varying the frequency content of the filter, * The work reported here was made possible in part by research contracts with the Department of the Army and the Department of the Air Force.
Page 2411 - Defense, the Secretary of the Navy, the Chief of Naval Operations and the Commandant of the Marine Corps, we have a multitude of initiatives well underway to make our infrastructure more effective and less costly.
Page 2593 - We have some people here who are qualified to answer any questions which any member of the committee may desire to propound.
Page 2527 - The head of any department, when authorized in an appropriation or other Act, may procure the temporary (not in excess of one year) or intermittent services of experts or consultants or organizations thereof, including stenographic reporting services, by contract, and in such cases such service shall be without regard to the civil-service and classification laws (but as...
Page 2491 - ... El Paso, Tex., and will maintain field construction headquarters during a portion of the year. No estimate is submitted for new funds during 1941, as the project will be completed during 1940 except for possible additional grade controls and bridges. For this purpose it is requested that the words "the unexpended balance of the funds made available under this head in the Department of State Appropriation Act, 1940, are continued available until June 30, 1941," be added to the appropriation language...
Page 1951 - I would like to have you place in the record a statement showing the amount Congress appropriated for research and development for the Navy in 1949, 1950, and 1951.
Page 1734 - ... the levels planned for fiscal year 1951. Again using the example of the large carrier air groups, this involved a reduction from the planned 24 (actually about 16) in fiscal 1950, to the figure of 9. Fluctuations in plans for operating ships were less marked, but tended to follow the same pattern. Thus, it may be seen that the Naval Establishment as it now exists reflects a year of demobilization, a year and a half of shrinkage, about a year of moderate expansion, and about a year of rapid cut-back.