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$ 20,000

This is not an appropriation but a limitation on the total amount
under all funds which may be expended by the Architect of the Capitol in
any one fiscal year for travel. Travel is done in connection with
public works and other construction projects; purchase, repair, or
improvement of equipment; and visits to nurseries to inspect plant
material. The amount of travel varies from time to time and is
determined by the extent of the workload placed upon the Architect of
the Capitol from year to year. The annual limitation of $20,000 has
remained unchanged since fiscal year 1961.

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An appropriation for "Contingent Expenses" has been provided annually since 1956 to
enable the Architect to make surveys and studies, and to meet unforeseen expenses
in connection with activities under the care of the Architect of the Capitol.
Rental of warehouse space and related expenses as authorized by the Act of December
13, 1973 (87 Stat. 704) were funded in this appropriation until fiscal year 1986.
In fiscal year 1987 the authority was transferred to the "Capitol Buildings"
appropriation.

In fiscal year 1987, $50,000 was allowed on an annual basis for this appropriation.
An increase of $50,000 is requested to bring this allotment back to a level
sufficient to meet the needs for which this appropriation is made.

In addition to the fiscal year 1986 appropriation of $96,000, $310,740 of prior "No
Year" funding was available for obligation in fiscal year 1986 for a total of
$406,740.

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Estimate 1988
Contingent Expenses (continued)

Of the $406,740 available during fiscal year 1986, $250, 542 was obligated and
$46,795 was allotted but not yet obligated as follows:

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Emergency Repairs - 6 Inch Water Supply, Russell Building.
Conservators Evaluation Plaster Model of Statue of Freedom....
Consulting Services Works of Art in Frieze of Rotunda.
Feasibility Study to Replace Capitol to Hart Subway..
Install Bullet Proof Glass, Rooms S-209, 210, 211, Capitol
Logistic Arrangements - King Bust Ceremonies.
Repair Water Supply Fire Protection Loop,

House Office Building Underground Garage.
Study of House East Exterior Monumental Stair, Capitol.
Service Elevator Platform, Room B31F,

Russell Senate Office Building.
Air Sampling and Training for Handling Asbestos
Warehouse Rental, Fiscal Year 1986.

Total Obligated and Unobligated Fiscal Year 1986

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As of September 30, 1986, $134,524 in prior year "No Year" funds remained available for obligation during fiscal year 1987. of these funds remaining available for obligation, a total of $31,192 has been allotted for specific projects but has not yet been obligated. This leaves a balance of only $103,332 for new projects as of September 30, 1986 and will be augmented by the $50,000 allowed for fiscal year 1987. Thus there is a total of approximately $153,332 available for unforeseen expenses and surveys and studies in fiscal year 1987.

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11 Personnel Compensation
12 Personnel Benefits
13 Benefits to Former Personnel
21 Travel
22 Transportation of Things
23 Rent, Communications and Utilities
24 Printing and Reproduction
25 Other Services
26 Supplies and Materials
31 Equipment
32 Land and Structures
42 Insurance Clains and Indemnities

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251

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* Includes Obligations from Prior Year "No Year" Authority

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