Legislative Branch Appropriations for Fiscal Year ...: Hearings Before a Subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations, United States Senate
United States. Congress. Senate. Appropriations Committee, United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Appropriations
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1974 - United States - 625 pages
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Page 125 - The subcommittee will please come to order. We are pleased to have as our leadoff witness this morning the distinguished Vice Chairman of the Joint Committee on Atomic Energy, Senator John O.
Page 8 - Federal agencies in the development of those agencies' regulations implementing Cost Accounting Standards and pertinent Board rules and regulations. The three principal relevant agencies— the Department of Defense, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, and the Atomic Energy Commission— have all Issued implementing regulations.
Page 85 - There also are printed daily about 7,900 additional copies which are delivered and charged to Government departments on requisitions and to the Superintendent of Documents for sale to subscribers. After the close of each session, the daily proceedings are consolidated, indexed, and about...
Page 90 - ... each department and the head of each independent agency in the executive branch of the Government shall be entitled to one copy of each annual volume upon application therefor in writing to the Director. The printing of the Public Papers of the Presidents is initiated by requisition from the National Archives and Records Service, General Services Administration. The program consists of the printing of the Public Papers of the Presidents of prior administrations beginning with the Hoover administration...
Page 106 - Law 92-342) which states the appropriation "shall be available for the payment of obligations incurred under the appropriations for similar purposes for preceding fiscal years." This provision of law recognizes that there can be no effective means to determine in advance the volume of congressional printing which the Government Printing Office is called upon to produce. The appropriation for fiscal year...
Page 85 - Details to Congress and miscellaneous printing and binding. — This item includes letterheads, envelopes, blank paper, copy paper, notices, tags, labels, payrolls, blank books, stenographic notebooks, tablets, wall calendars, miscellaneous blank forms, binding for both Houses, and details to Congress. The...
Page 5 - MR CHAIRMAN AND MEMBERS OF THE SUBCOMMITTEE: I am appearing before you today in my capacity as Chairman of the Cost Accounting Standards Board to discuss the budget estimates for Board operations during Fiscal Year 1979.
Page 529 - Senate, the findings and recommendations of which are presently under consideration by the Committee on House Administration and the Senate Committee on Rules and Administration.
Page 365 - Expenses under this fund include such items as urgent need for modification of rostrums, erection and relocation of partitions; rearrangement and installation of additional lighting; installation and modification of public address systems in committee rooms; alterations to offices, committee rooms, and other areas to meet unanticipated requirements of Committees, Senators, and Members, including those arising from new legislation, such as the Legislative Reorganization Act, Acts and Resolutions of...