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DEFENSE MATERIALS ACTIVITIES—Con. Guarantees are given on loans made by public or private

financing institutions, including Federal Reserve banks, Public enterprise funds-Continued

to facilitate performance of defense production contracts. ABACA FIBER PROGRAM—Continued

Upon demand of lending instutitions the Government is Claims. The program had $99 thousand in cash as of required to purchase the guaranteed percentage of the June 30, 1962. Final remittance to Treasury will be loan or the Government may elect to make a voluntary made after settlement of this claim.

purchase of the guaranteed percentage. Advances from Revenue, Expense, and Retained Earnings (in thousands of dollars)

appropriations available for procurement may be made to

this fund for its temporary use, although such action has 1963

not been necessary to date. Net earnings have been

retained to meet possible future losses (50 U.S.C. App. Net loss (-) for the year (expense)

-2

2091). Deficit (-), start of year.

-11,115

As of June 30, 1962, there were no General Services Deficit (-), end of year.

-11,117

Administration loan guarantees outstanding and none

are contemplated in the future. Therefore, the cumulative Financial Condition (in thousands of dollars)

net earnings of $6.3 million will be paid into the Treasury

in fiscal year 1963. estimate

Revenue, Expense, and Retained Earnings (in thousands of dollars) Assets: Treasury balance..

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11 Personnel compensation:

Permanent positions..-
Positions other than permanent.
Other personnel compensation.

Total personnel compensation.
12 Personnel benefits..
21 Travel and transportation of persons.

Payment to interagency motor pools .. 122 Transportation of things-

23 Rent, communications, and utilities.
24 Printing and reproduction.
25 Other services.

Payment to Administrative operations

fund....

Services of other agencies.
26 Supplies and materials.
31 Equipment
32 Lands and structures.

Total obligations..

1,150 181

40 1,371

96 71 16 37 250

2,478

192

80 2,750

206 213 49 81 692

2 1,044

3,417

340

105 3,862

290 243 62 69 726

3 1,001

1

796

105 109 177 163

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! Includes capital outlay as follows: 1962. $7 thousand; 1963, $17 thousand: 1964, $9 thousand. Excludes $7 thousand prior year adjustment.

: Selected resources as of June 30 are as follows: Unpaid undelivered orders, 1961, $2 thousand: (1962 adjustment --$1 thousand); 1962, $11 thousand: 1963. $2 thousand; 1964, $2 thousand.

This appropriation provides for policy direction and coordination of all programs of the Administration; specialized review of appeals involving General Services Administration contractual actions; formulation of legislative programs and continuous liaison with Congress, heads of Government departments and agencies; and assistance to business concerns and the public interested in Government procurement and disposal.

Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)

3,193

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Personnel Summary

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1 Includes capital outlay as follows: 1962, $4 thousand; 1963, $3 thousand; 1964, $3 thousand. Excludes adjustments of prior year costs, $15 thousand.

* Selected resources as of June 30 are as follows: Unpaid undelivered orders, 1961, $2 thousand; 1962. $1 thousand; 1963, $1 thousand; 1964. $1 thousand.

This appropriation provides for allowances, office staff, furnished space, mailing privileges, communications, and office supplies and materials for three former Presidents.

Object Classification in thousands of dollars)

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6 52 8

150 11 75 40 2 8 11 3

Financing:
Revenues and other receipts:
Synthetic rubber program:
Mortgages repaid.

Revenue...
Tin program: Revenue...

Total revenues and other receipts --Unobligated balance brought forward.. Capital transfers: Repayment of capital investment (-)----

Financing applied to program.

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65 1,646

2

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276

310

300

1,655

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Under the provisions of Reorganization Plan No. 1 of 1957, the Reconstruction Finance Corporation was abolished as a corporate entity and the remaining functions of the Smaller War Plants Corporation and the World War II assets program were transferred to the General Services Administration for final liquidation.

Operations. It is anticipated that there will continue during 1964 the servicing of leases and conditional sales agreements covering 7 facilities, plus servicing of 14 other miscellaneous assets. Financial and legal servicing will also be required on approximately 35 cases in the hands of the Department of Justice under the complex food subsidy program. In 1964, administrative expenses in connection

2,054 -399

1,655

1964

GENERAL ACTIVITIESContinued

[LIMITATION ON ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENSES, RECONSTRUCTION

FINANCE CORPORATION LIQUIDATION Fund] Public enterprise funds--Continued

[Not to exceed $25,000 (to be computed on an accrual basis) of RECONSTRUCTION FINANCE CORPORATION LIQUIDATION FUND— Continued

the funds derived from liquidation of functions of Reconstruction

Finance Corporation transferred to General Services Administration with financial and legal services will be absorbed in funds under Reorganization Plan No. 1 of 1957 (22 F.R. 4633), shall be available from regular GSA programs.

available during the current fiscal year for administrative expenses Operating results. - Proceeds from liquidation will be incident to the liquidation of said functions: Provided, That as used paid into miscellaneous receipts of the Treasury.

herein the term “administrative expenses” shall be construed to

include all salaries and wages, services performed on a contract or Revenue, Expense, and Retained Earnings (in thousands of dollars)

fee basis, and travel and other expenses, including the purchase of 1962 1963 1964

equipment and supplies, of administrative offices, but this amount actual estimate estimate

shall be exclusive of costs of services performed on a contract or fee

basis in connection with the termination of contracts or in the perLiquidation of World War II assets program:

formance of legal services: Provided further, That the distribution of Revenue: Funded..

318 139 99 administrative expenses to the account shall be made in accordance Nonfunded.

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with generally recognized accounting principles and practices.]

(Independent Offices Appropriation Act, 1963.) Total revenue.

672 139

99 Expense.--

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Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)
Net operating income, liquidation of
World War II assets program.-
630

1963
115

1962 98

actual estimate estimate Liquidation of Smaller War Plants Corporation program:

Program by activities: Revenue:

1. Liquidation of World War II assets and Funded

6
3
liabilities.

38

22 Nonfunded

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2. Liquidation of Smaller War Plants Cor-
poration...

4

3 Total revenue.

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3 Expense..--

9
8

Total accrued administrative ex-
penses--costs (object class 25).

42

25 Net operating income or loss ( - ) liquidation of Smaller War Plant Corpora

Financing: tion program..

23
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Limitation

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25 Net income for the year.

652 110

98 Analysis of equity: Equity, beginning of year..

5,169 5,121 5,031 Repayment of investment to Treasury (-) -

Intragovernmental funds: -700 -200 -200

ADMINISTRATIVE OPERATIONS FUND Equity, end of year...

5,121 5,031 4,929

Funds available to General Services Administration for adminis

trative operations, in support of program activities, and for reimFinancial Condition (in thousands of dollars)

bursable services, shall be expended and accounted for, as a whole, through a single fund, which is hereby authorized: Provided, That

costs and obligations for such administrative operations, and for estimate estimate

reimbursable services for the respective program activities and for

other agencies, shall be accounted for in accordance with systems Assets:

approved by the General Accounting Office: Provided further, That Treasury balance.

1,003 475 424 336 the total amount deposited into said account for administrative Accounts receivable, net.

3,577 358 344 330 operations for the fiscal year [1963] 1964 from funds made availFixed assets, net.

588 4,264 4,264 4,264 able to General Services Administration in this Act (excluding Loans receivable, net.

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reimbursements for automatic data processing services) shall not Investment in securities..

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exceed ($11,400,000] $13,965,000: Provided further, That amounts

deposited into said account for administrative operations for each Total assets.

5,170 5,122 5,032 4,930 program (excluding reimbursements for automatic data processing

services) shall not exceed the amounts included in the respective Government equity:

program appropriations for such purposes. (Independent Offices Non-interest-bearing equity---5,169 5,121 5,031 4,929 Appropriation Act, 1963.)

Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)
Analysis of Government Equity (in thousands of dollars)

1964 Unobligated balance.. 4,579 833 768 666

actual estimate estimate Invested capital and earnings

590 4,289 4,264 4,264

Program by activities: Total Government equity.. 5,169 5,121 5,031 4,929 1. Finance and administration: a. Financial management

7,436 8,265

8.947 b. Management services.

6,671 8,731

9,687 Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)

c. Manpower resources.

1.777 2,070

2,384 d. Staff direction--

415 496

534 1962 estimate estimate Total, finance and administration.. 16,299 19,563

21,552 2. Legal services.

1,230 1,408 1,630 25 Other services....

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1 Writeoff of accounts receivable.

3
Total program costs, funded 1.

17,529
20,970

23,182 Change in selected resources ?

85 100 100 Total costs-obligations.

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Total obligations

17,613 21.070 23,282

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