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Program by activities
169,885 177.236 Financing: Revenues and other receipts:
Procurement, distribution, and services program: Revenue....
164,554 175,898 Publications and reproduction program: Revenue.
2,912 3,017 Total revenues and other receipts.--- 167,466 178,915 Unobligated balance brought forward: obli
gations in excess of availability (-). -8,304 -10,723
10,723 9,044 Financing applied to program.
installations on a centralized basis. Printed matter is acquired in accordance with the rules of the Joint Committee on Printing from the Government Printing Office, the General Services Administration, a Veterans Adminis
tration-operated plant in Arlington, Va., and from com1964 mercial sources. estimate
Financing.-Consuming appropriations reimburse the fund for the cost of supplies and equipment provided and
services rendered by the above specified activities, includ20
ing related expense such as transportation, inspection, and testing. Supply depot operating costs are recovered
from the appropriations and funds receiving supplies and 188
equipment from the depots. 180,832 Operating results and financial condition. The increase
in procurement and sales volume in 1963 and 1964 over 1962 is due primarily to an accelerated program for re
placement of worn and obsolete equipment in Veterans 177,628 Administration hospitals. 3.109
The fund operated at a loss of $96 thousand in 1962.
It is anticipated that this loss will be recovered in 1963 180,737
and that the Supply fund will break even in 1964. An
increase in capital of $317 thousand is reflected in 1962 -9,044 due to capitalization of supply depot operating equipment 9,139
on hand July 1, 1961. 180,832
Revenue, Expense, and Deficit (in thousands of dollars)
1 Balances of selected resources are identified on the statement of financial condition.
1963 1964 estimate estimate
Summary of Sources and Application of Funds (in thousands of dollars) Revenue.
-83 135 Obligations (from program and financing) 169,885 177,236 180,832 Non-operating loss (-):
Proceeds from sale of equipment (nonfund). Increase (-) or decrease in unpaid obligations,
Net book value of assets sold (-)-------- -21 -20 Gross expenditures
167,096 179,854 180,832
Net loss (-) from sale of equipment.-- -13 -10 Revenues and other receipts (from program
Net income or loss (-) for the year...- -96 125 and financing)----
167,466 178,915 180,737 Analysis of deficit: Decrease in accounts receivable, net...
-125 Applicable receipts.
169,028 179,304 180,737
-125 Budget expenditures..
Financial Condition in thousands of dollars)
The Supply fund finances, on a reimbursable basis, the procurement of supplies and equipment throughout the Veterans Administration in accordance with the provisions of 38 U.S.C. 5011. In addition, the Veterans Administration, as the Government's purchasing and distribution agent, has been contracting and purchasing nonperishable subsistence and drugs for all civilian agencies since the latter part of 1961.
Budget program--1. Procurement, distribution, and services program. This includes the procurement of supplies and equipment, the maintenance and operation of three supply depots, the operation of service and reclamation shops at each depot, and a centralized book and periodical procurement activity. The three supply depots are located at Somerville, N.J.; Hines, Ill.; and Wilmington, Calif.
2. Publications and reproduction program.---This program provides printing service to Veterans Administration
Program by activities:
1. General operating expenses.
3. Medical and prosthetic research.
facilities. Unpaid undelivered orders 1
16,313 15,758 14.000 14,000 Unobligated balance (-)
-8,304 -10,723 -9.044 -9,139 Invested capital and earnings
Total program costs, funded-obliga31,631 34,826 35,030 35,125
tions. Total Government equity---39,640 39,861 39,986
Advances and reimbursements from1 The changes in these items are reflected on the program and financing schedule.
i Reimbursements from non-Federal sources are derived from refund of terminal leave payments (5 U.S.C. 61(b)) and proceeds from sale of personal property (40 U.S.C. 481(c)).
Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)
veterans and reserves... Revolving and management funds:
Canteen service revolving fund..
Total, revolving and management funds.
Appropriations, other than pay increase supplementals..
Total, proposed for separate transmittal..
6,165 121,995 63,349
6,466 190,843 14,667
AMERICAN BATTLE MONUMENTS COMMISSION New obligational authority (appropriation) 375 375 385
General and special funds: "Includes capital outlay as follows: 1962. $6 thousand; 1963, $1 thousand; 1964, $1 thousand.
SALARIES AND EXPENSES ,: Selected resources as of June 30 are as follows: Unpaid undelivered orders, 1961. $7 thousand; 1962, $85 thousand; 1963, $7 thousand: 1964. $8 thousand.
For necessary expenses, not otherwise provided for, of the Reimbursements from non-Federal sources are derived from employee details (5 U.S.C. 2332(c) 2)).
American Battle Monuments Commission, including the acquisition
of land or interest in land in foreign countries; purchase and repair This appropriation provides for continued attention by
of uniforms for caretakers of national cemeteries and monuments
outside of the United States and its territories and possessions; not the Commission to interrelations of Federal, State, and
to exceed [$80,000) $70,000 for expenses of travel; rent of office local governments.
and garage space in foreign countries; purchase (one medium sedan, Representatives of the Federal, State, and local govern at not to exceed $3,000, for replacement only) and hire of passenger ments are brought together for consideration of common
motor vehicles; and insurance of official motor vehicles in foreign
countries when required by law of such countries; [$1,523,000] problems, and to provide a forum for discussing the
$1,820,000: Provided, That where station allowance has been administration and coordination of Federal grant and authorized by the Department of the Army for officers of the Army other programs requiring intergovernmental cooperation. serving the Army at certain foreign stations, the same allowance Proposed Federal and State legislative and admin shall be authorized for officers of the Armed Forces assigned to the
Commission while serving at the same foreign stations, and this istrative programs are developed to coordinate taxes at all
appropriation is hereby made available for the payment of such levels in order to reduce tax overlapping and simplify the allowance: Provided fuither, That when traveling on business of the tax structure, and to reduce taxpayer-compliance costs Commission, officers of the Armed Forces serving as members or as and costs of tax administration.
secretary of the Commission may be reimbursed for expenses as Technical assistance is provided in the review of pro
provided for civilian members of the Commission: Provided further,
That the Commission shall reimburse other Government agencies, posed legislation to determine its overall effect in the including the Armed Forces, for salary, pay, and allowances of Federal system, and the most desirable allocations of personnel assigned to it. governmental functions, responsibilities, and revenue
[DEDICATION OF MEMORIALS] among the several levels of government are recommended.
[Not to exceed $40,000 shall be available until June 30, 1964, from Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)
the appropriation to the Commission for “Salaries and expenses”, for the current fiscal year, for necessary expenses of appropriate dedications of World War II memorials, erected under the authority of the Act of July 25, 1956 (36 U.S.C. 123), including travel and
such other expenses as the Commission may deem necessary, and 11 Personnel compensation:
such amount may be expended without regard to such provisions of Permanent positions...
161 256 259 law, or regulations relating to the expenditure of public funds as the Positions other than permanent.
22 Commission may deem proper (except that this exemption shall not Other personnel compensation..
be construed as waiving the requirement for a General Accounting
Office audit): Provided, That, when in the discretion of the head of Total personnel compensation.
192 279 285 any other Government agency it would be in the public interest, 12 Personnel benefits...
21 personnel, services, supplies, equipment, and facilities of such 21 Travel and transportation of persons.
23 agency may be furnished, without reimbursement to the Commis22 Transportation of things..,
sion for the purposes of these dedications.] (36 U.S.C. 121-1386; 23 Rent, communications, and utilities.
5 Departments of State, Justice, and Commerce, the Judiciary, and 24 Printing and reproduction..... 40 30 25 Related Agencies Appropriation Act, 1963.)
Under eristing legislation, 1963.–Provides for wage board increases to alien personnel effective Nov. 1, 1962.
CONSTRUCTION OF MEMORIALS AND CEMETERIES
Program and Financing (in thousands of dollars)
The American Battle Monuments Commission maintains the World War I and World War II American military cemeteries in foreign countries and the memorials in the war areas commemorating the participation of the American Armed Forces. There are 11 memorials and 8 cemeteries, each with a memorial chapel, at World War I sites, and 14 cemeteries and memorials at World War II sites. Interred in these cemeteries are the remains of 124,079 servicemen and women, and an additional 91,419 missing and unidentified are commemorated by the inscribing of their names upon the walls of these and other memorials erected by the Commission in the United States and at Honolulu. In addition, the Commission maintains the U.S. National Cemetery, Mexico City, Mexico. Each year large numbers of American tourists and locai citizens visit the cemeteries and memorials. The Commission is responsible also for the planning and construction of all military memorials. A supplemental appropriation to cover wage board increases is proposed for separate transmittal.
Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)
New obligational authority
11 Personnel compensation:
Total personnel compensation.. 12 Personnel benefits... 21 Travel and transportation of persons. 22 Transportation of things..
11 Personnel compensation:
Total personnel compensation...