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Personnel Summary

1. Grants-(a) Research.-Funds available for 1964

will support approximately 1,888 grants. This compares Total number of permanent positions

591 653 655

to 1,786 grants in 1963, and 1,573 in 1962. In addition, Full-time equivalent of other positions.

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funds are provided for general research support grants, Average number of all employees -

529 565

clinical research centers, and the Gorgas Memorial Number of employees at end of year.

579 583 588 Laboratory. Average GS grade..

8.2 8.4 8.4 Average GS salary.

(b) Fellowships.-An estimated 274 awards will be $6,985 $7,629 $7,642

made in 1964 for postdoctoral, special and research career fellowships. This compares to 254 awards in 1963 and 191 in 1962.

(c) Training.--Funds for 1964 will provide approxiALLERGY AND INFECTIOUS DISEASE ACTIVITIES

mately 194 grants to train individuals in allergy and

immunology, tropical medicine, infectious diseases, paraFor expenses, not otherwise provided for, necessary to carry out sitology, mycology and rickettsiology. This compares to the purposes of the Act relating to allergy and infectious diseases, [$66,142,000] $69,226,000, of which $250,000 shall be available for

174 grants in 1963 and 168 in 1962. payment to the Gorgas Memorial Institute for maintenance and 2. Direct operations—(a) Research.- Laboratory, field operation of the Gorgas Memorial Laboratory. (42 U.S.C. 289a; and clinical research is conducted in the broad fields of 22 U.S.C. 278; Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Ap- allergic, infectious and parasitic diseases. The increase in propriation Act, 1963.)

1964 will provide for the expansion of studies in allergy Note.--Excludes $1,655 thousand for activities transferred in the estimates as

and immunology and infectious diseases. follows (in thousands of dollars):

(b) Collaborative studies.—This activity, encompasses "Chronic diseases and health of the aged".

19 "Communicable disease activities".

1,610 two programs which involve the award of contracts to "Community health practice and research' The amounts obligated in 1962 and 1963 are shown in the schedule as

public and private organizations. One activity is deparative transfers.

signed to enhance and improve virological research by

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Total number of permanent positions..

1. Grants-(a) Research.--Approximately 1,880 grants

644 700 710 Full-time equivalent of other positions.

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will be supported in 1964 as compared to 1,637 in 1963 Average number of all employees ..

617 677 702 and 1,471 in 1962. In addition, funds are provided for Number of employees at end of year.

647 708 708 general research support grants and clinical research cenAverage GS grade.

6.6 7.0 7.0 ter grants. Average GS salary.

$6,001 $6,456 $6,600 Average salary of ungraded positions.

$4,444
$4,855 $4,621

(b) Fellowships.--Approximately 187 fellowships will be supported in 1964 as compared to 183 in 1963 and 125 in 1962.

(c) Training.--Approximately 314 graduate training

grants will be supported in 1964 as compared to 283 in 1963 NEUROLOGY AND BLINDNESS ACTIVITIES

and 234 in 1962. These grants are made to training instiFor expenses necessary to carry out the purposes of the Act relat

tutions to establish and improve programs to train teaching to neurology and blindness [; to cooperate with State health

ers and clinical investigators in neurology, ophthalmology agencies, and other public and private nonprofit institutions, in the and otology. Approximately 282 traineeships will be prevention, control, and eradication of neurological and sensory awarded to individuals for specialized postgraduate traindiseases and blindness by providing for consultative services, ing in 1964 as compared to 272 in 1963 and 267 in 1962. training, demonstrations, and other control activities, directly and through grants-in-aid, $83,506,000], $88,407,000. (42 U.S.C.

Funds for 1964 will support approximately 40 undergrad289 a-c; Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Appropria

uate training grants in 1964 as compared to 40 in 1963. lion Act, 1963.)

The undergraduate program was initiated in 1963 to Note.--Excludes $5,613 thousand for activities transferred in the estimates as

complement the graduate training grant program and to follows (in thousands of dollars):

stimulate the development of improved training programs. "Chronic diseases and health of the aged".

5, 547 *Communicable discase activities".

66 2. Direct operations-(a) Research.-Research is being The amounts obligated in 1962 and 1963 are shown in the schedule as comparative transfers.

conducted on disorders of the brain, and spinal cord and

peripheral nerves, such as epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

apoplexy, and Parkinson's disease; on neuromuscular

disorders, such as muscular dystrophy; and on visual and

1964 other sensory disorders, such as glaucoma, uveitis, cataactual estimate estimate

ract, and hearing impairments. Program by activities:

(b) Collaborative studies. These studies include the 1. Grants:

coordination and central service activities for the collab(a) Research

38,902 49,754 58,537 orative project on cerebral palsy, mental retardation, and (b) Fellowships.

1,231 2,023

other neurological and sensory disorders of childhood; the (c) Training

10,227 13,267 14,382

perinatal physiology studies using primates; and epiTotal, grants..

50,360 65,044 74,973 demiological, biometric and international studies relating

to cerebrovascular disease, speech and hearing disorders, 2. Direct operations:

and other disorders affecting the central nervous system. (a) Research

6,240 6,749 7,193 (b) Collaborative studies.

2,676 3,633 4,154

(C). Training activities.-Support is given for inservice (c) Training activities...

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training of qualified staff members in subjects related to d) Review and approval of grants--- 1,141 1,517 1,664 ' neurological and other sensory disorders.

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Selected resources as of June 30 are as follows: Unpaid undelivered orders, 1961, $0: 1962. $395 thousand; 1963. $447 thousand; 1964. $2,280 thousand.

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Funds were appropriated in 1961 for construction of a combined basic and collaborative research facility for the National Institutes of Mental Health and Neurological Diseases and Blindness, including a physical biology component, and including plans and specifications, fixed and semifixed equipment, access roads and parking facilities, extension of and tie-in with existing power, refrigeration and other utility systems of the National Institutes of Health

During 1962 the diagrammatic plans were completed and a contract awarded for the working drawings. During 1964 design of this facility will be completed and the construction contract awarded.

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NATIONAL HEALTH STATISTICS For expenses of the National Center for Health Statistics in carrying out the provisions of sections 301, 305, 312(a), 313, 314(c), and 315 of the Act, [$5,150,000] $5,949,000. (Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Appropriation Act, 1963.)

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

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1963 estimate

Program by activities:
National vital and health statistics (program
costs, funded)...

4,398 5,228 5,949 SCIENTIFIC ACTIVITIES OVERSEAS (SPECIAL FOREIGN CURRENCY Change in selected resources

88 -78 PROGRAM) For purchase of foreign currencies which the Treasury Depart

Total obligations

4,486 5,150 5,949 ment determines to be excess to the normal requirements of the United States, for necessary expenses of the Public Health Service,

Financing: as authorized by law, [$2,800,000) $6,647,000, to remain available

Unobligated balance lapsing.---

156 until expended: Provided, That this appropriation shall be available,

New obligational authority (appropriation) in addition to other appropriations to the Public Health Service,

4,642 5,150 5,949 for the purchase of the foregoing currencies. (? U.S.C. 1704; 74 Stat. 364; Department of Health, Education, and Welfare Appropri ! Includes capital outlay as follows: 1962, $126 thousand; 1963, $110 thousand; ation Act, 1963.)

1964, $65 thousand.

2 Selected resources as of June 30 are as follows: Unpaid undelivered orders, 1961,

$210 thousand; (1962 adjustments,, -$16 thousand); 1962, $282 thousand; 1963, Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

$204 thousand; 1964, $204 thousand. 1962

1964 The program of the National Center for Health Statisactual

estimate

tics comprises the major activities of the Public Health

Service in the measurement of the health status of the Program by activities: Foreign health research (program costs,

Nation and in developing and applying optimum techfunded)

1,145 8,539 9,673

nical methods for the collection, processing, and analysis Change in selected resources

2,770

of health statistics. It includes (a) the collection, com

pilation, analysis, and dissemination of statistics on Total obligations.

3,915 8,539 9,673

births, deaths, fetal deaths, marriages and divorces and Financing:

other health data related to these basic vital events; Unobligated balance brought forward (-)-- -3,679 -8,765 -3,026 (b) continuing surveys and special health statistics Unobligated balance carried forward.... 8,765 3,026

studies on the amount, distribution, and effects of illness New obligational authority (appropriation)

and disability in the United States and the services 9,000 2,800 6,647

received for or because of such conditions; (c) studies of

health survey methods with a view to their continued 1 Selected resources as of June 30 are as follows: Unpaid undelivered orders, 1961, $0; 1962, $2,770 thousand: 1963, $2,770 thousand; 1964, $2,770 thousand.

improvement; and (d) technical advice and assistance on

the application of statistical methods in the health and The research efforts to be supported with foreign cur- medical fields. rencies which are excess to the normal requirements of the United States will be directed toward the solution of

Object Classification in thousands of dollars) disease and health problems which hold promise of con

1962 1963 tributing knowledge of value and significance to the ad

actual estimate estimate vancement of medical research in the United States and other countries. The program for translation of research 11 Personnel compensation: publications is designed to continue to encourage and sup

Permanent positions...

1,739 2,133 2,474 port international communication in the sciences relating

Positions other than permanent.

54 45 57 Other personnel compensation..

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56 to health. Research projects on collection and analysis of morbidity and mortality data would also be supported. Total personnel compensation.

1,820 2,200 2,587

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PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE-Continued Library of Medicine conducts an extramural program

designed to provide systematic coverage of worldwide General and special funds-Continued

advances in medical research and to communicate the NATIONAL HEALTH STATISTICS-Continued

results of medical research published in languages

unfamiliar to American medical scientists. Object Classification (in thousands of dollars) – Continued

The estimate for 1964 contemplates continuation and

improvement of the Library's basic programs of acquiring, 1962 1963 1964 actual estimate estimate organizing, preserving, and making available the world

wide literature of the biomedical sciences. It includes 12 Personnel benefits..

138 165 192 increases for procuring the computer and related equip21 Travel and transportation of persons.

246 195

ment for the Medical Literature Analysis and Retrieval 22 Transportation of things --

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System (MEDLARS) and for bringing the MEDLARS 23 Rent, communications, and utilities.

161 216 301 24 Printing and reproduction...

73 96

117 system into operational status. An increase is requested 25 Other services..

380
556

521 for improving medical communication activities of the Services of other agencies.

1,504 1,560 1,785 Library through increased support of publications in the 26 Supplies and materials.

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biomedical sciences. 112 102

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Workload is reflected in the following summary data: Subtotal.

4,488 5,152 5,951 Deduct quarters and subsistence charges..

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1962 actual 1963 estimate 1964 estimate Medical publications acquired.

75,297 85,000 90,000 Total obligations... 4,486 5,150 5,949 | Titles cataloged.....

17,443 18,000 18,000 Volumes bound and repaired.

18,797 19,000 20,000 Inquiries answered.

10,345 12,000 12,000 Personnel Summary

Loan requests filled.

163,170 183,000 205,000 Pages duplicated for orders..

2,356, 438 2,592,000 2,981,000

Pages photographed for preservation... 577,306 800,000 1,100,000 Total number of permanent positions.

299
365

379
Journal articles indexed..

141,911 150,000 165,000 Full-time equivalent of other positions.

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280 318 356 Number of employees at end of year.

307 354 379

Object Classification in thousands of dollars) Average GS grade...

6.9 7.3 7.4 Average GS salary. $6,284 $6,804 $6,810

1962

1964 actual

estimate estimate

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PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE
NATIONAL LIBRARY OF MEDICINE

11 Personnel compensation: To carry out section 301 of the Act with respect to translation of

Permanent positions.

1,248 Positions other than permanent.

6 foreign scientific documents and for expenses, not otherwise provided

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Other personnel compensation.. for, necessary to carry out the National Library of Medicine Act (42 U.S.C. 275), [including purchase of not to exceed one passenger motor vehicle, $3,335,000) $4,074,000. (Department of Health,

Total personnel compensation

1,265 12 Personnel benefits...-

98 Education, and Welfare Appropriation Act, 1963.)

21 Travel and transportation of persons.

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Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)

22 Transportation of things.---
23 Rent, communications, and utilities.

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24 Printing and reproduction..

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1963
1964
25 Other services.

1,320
actual estimate estimate

Reimbursement to National Institutes of
Health management fund.

143 Program by activities:

26 Supplies and materials..

43 Library services and resources (program

31 Equipment..-

111 costs funded).... 2,098 4,172 4,374 41 Grants, subsidies, and contributions.

129 Change in selected resources 2.

1,186 -837 - 300
Total, Public Health Service....

3,276 Total obligations

3,284 3,335 4,074

ALLOCATION TO LIBRARY OF
Financing:

CONGRESS
Comparative transfers from other accounts (-). -1,429
Unobligated balance lapsing --

211

11 Personnel compensation: Other personnel
compensation..

4 New obligational authority (appropriation) 2,066 3,335 4,074

24 Printing and reproduction...

4 Total, Library of Congress

8 1 Includes capital outlay as follows: 1962, $76 thousand; 1963, $115 thousand; 1964, $1,091 thousand.

Total obligations...

3,284 2 Selected resources as of June 30 are as follows: Unpaid undelivered orders, 1961. $67 thousand (1962 adjustments,, - $26 thousand): 1962. $1,227 thousand; 1963, $390 thousand; 1964, $90 thousand.

Personnel Summary The National Library of Medicine collects, organizes, and services the worldwide literature of medicine. Total number of permanent positions.

234 disseminates the literature through an extensive inter Full-time equivalent of other positions..

1 library loan program; it publishes basic medical biblio

Average number of all employees.

216 graphic guides in the form of indexes, catalogs, and other

Number of employees at end of year.

216 Average GS grade..

6.4 listings; and it provides reference and research assistance. Average Gs salary

$5,729 Through the scientific publications program, the National

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