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1, 282

140

318

2, 963

729

3,500

Budgetary reserves for routine financial administration

(In thousands of dollars] Funds appropriated to the President: International development assistance:

Prototype desalting plant.--

Apportionment awaits development by the agency of approved
plans and specifications.
Philippine education program--

Apportionment awaits development by the agency of approved
plans.
Executive Office of the President:

Council on Environmental Quality--

Apportionment awaits development of proposals for contract studies of environmental problems. National Security Council.------

Apportionment awaits development by the agency of approved

plans. Department of Agriculture : Farmers Home Administration :

Farm labor housing grants.-Amount shown here is in excess of current estimates of 1972 needs. If conditions change and the funds are needed, apportionments will be made.

Mutual and self-help housing grants.
Amount shown here is in excess of current estimates of 1972
needs. If conditions change and the funds are needed, apportion-
ment will be made.

Animal and Plant Health Service ---
This amount is in excess of current estimates of 1972 needs.
The funds will be apportioned, if needed, for animal and pest

control.
Agricultural Research Service:
Construction

Residual amount appropriated, but not required for planning.
Apportionment awaits additional appropriation for construction.
Special foreign currency program..

Amount shown here is in excess of current estimates of 1972
needs. If conditions change and the funds are needed, apportion-

ments will be made. Cooperative State Research Service: Payments and expenses.

As provided by the 1972 appropriation act, funds are to be held in reserve pending determination of "qualified and necessary

projects." Extension Service: Payments and expenses.

Funds are available for use by Land Grant Colleges of 1890 and Tuskegee Institute as soon as project guidelines are de

veloped and necessary personnel available.
Consumer and Marketing Service:
Consumer protective, marketing, and regulatory programs.-

Amount shown here is in excess of current estimates of 1972
needs. If conditions change and the funds are needed, apportion-
ments will be made.
Perishable Commodities Act Fund.--

Amount shown here is in excess of current estimates of 1972
needs. If conditions change and the funds are neded, apportion-

ments will be made. Food and Nutrition Service: Food stamp program

Funds appropriated hy Congress in excess of estimated need under food stamp regulations announced earlier. These funds will be apportioned if and as needed to meet the cost of revisions in the regulations announced January 15, 1972.

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352

4. 600

2,000

1. 011

14

198, 516

Budgetary reserres for routine financial administration-Continued
Foreign Agricultural Service:
Salaries and expenses, special foreign currency program.-

$3, 087 Amount shown here is in excess of current estimates of 1972 needs. If conditions change and the funds are needed, apportion- *.

ments will be made. Forest Service: Expenses, brush disposal.--

13, 170 Amount shown here is in excess of current estimates of 1972 needs. If conditions change and the funds are needed, apportionments will be made. Restoration of forest lands and improvements.

6 Amount shown here is in excess of current estimates of 1972 needs. If conditions change and the funds are needed, apportionment will be made. Forest fire prevention--

115 Amount shown here is in excess of current estimates of 1972 needs. If conditions change and the funds are needed, apportion

ments will be made. Forest protection and utilization : Cooperative range improvement.

1, 910 Amount shown here is in excess of current estimates of 1972 needs. If conditions change and the funds are needed, apportionment will be made. Forest roads and trials.

401, 809 Amount shown here is in excess of current estimates of 1972 needs. If conditions change and the funds are needed, apportion

ment mill be made. Department of Commerce and Bureau of the Census: 19th Decennial Census.-

11, 028 These funds are to be used for printing costs and will be appor

tioned when need for this purpose. Promotion and industry and commerce : Inter-American Cultural and Trade Center

5. 116 Funds will be released when plans for participation in U.S. Bicentennial are completed and approved. Trade adjustment assistance.-

50, 000 Amount shown here is in excess of current estimates of 1972 needs. If conditions change and the funds are needed, apportion

ments will be made. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration :

Promote and develop fishery products and research pertaining to American fisheries----

257 Amount shown here is in excess of current estimates of 1972 If conditions change and the funds are needed, apportionments will be made. Research, development, and facilities-

561 These funds are for disaster relief to fisheries. Apportionment awaits arrival of contingencies under which the funds must, by

statute, be made available. Research, development, and facilities: Special foreign currency program.

411 Apportionment awaits development of research contracts with

foreign organizations. National Bureau of Standards: Plant and facilities.---

1, 495 Funds are for a new laboratory now in the planning stage. Apportionment awaits development of approved plans and specifica

tions. Maritime Administration : Ship construction --

14, 804 Funds are for engineering changes and contract cancellation contingencies.

Budgetary reserves for rountine financial administration—Continued Department of Defense Military : Shipbuilding and conversion.

$1,388, 946 For use in subsequent years, these projects are fully funded when appropriated. Other procurement programs--

46, 020 For use in subsequent years; these projects are fully funded when appropriated. Research, development, test, and evaluation, Air Force---

25,000 This balance of unobligated 1971 appropriations was set aside by Appropriations Committees to meet potential 1972 requirements. Will be released and apportioned if and as needed. Military construction and family housing--

839, 107 Apportionment awaits development by the agency of approved plans and specifications. Special foreign currency program.

5, 506 Apportionment awaits development by the agency of approved plans and specifications. Civil defense programs.

1, 080 Amount is in excess of currently estimated needs. It will

be used, as needed, in siibsequent fiscal years. Deparment of Defense_Civil: Wildlife conservation ----

529 Includes estimated receipts not needed for current year program. Will be used in subsequent years. Corps of Engineers : Construction, general : Lafayette Lake, Ind..

183 Funds are being held in reserve because of local opposition to initiation of construction of the project. Lukfata Lake, Okla.-

450 Funds are being held in reserve because the State of Oklahoma is considering designating one of the streams to be inundated as a wild and scenic stream. New York Harbor collection and removal of drift.

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Funds are being held in reserve because, although the
project has been authorized by the Congress for initiation
and partial accomplishment, initiation of construction
must await approval of the Secretary of the Army and
the President. The Secretary of the Army has neither ap-
proved the project nor sent the project report to the

President.
Food and Drug Administration :
Building and facilities.---

13, 545 Apportionment awaits development by the agency of approved plans and specifications. Construction obligations are to be in

curred in subsequent years. Health Services and Mental Health Administration: Medical facilities construction---

4, 928 Apportionment awaits development by the agency of approved plans and specifications. Construction obligations are to be incurred in subsequent years. Building and facilities.

2, 158 Apportionment awaits development by the agency of approved plans and specifications. Construction obligations are to be incurred in subsequent years. Indian health facilities -

1, 312 Apportionment awaits development by the agency of approred plans and specifications. Construction obligations are to be in

curred in subsequent years. National Institutes of Health: Buildings and facilities-

5, 702 Apportionment awaits development by the agency of approved plans and specifications. Construction obligations are to be incurred in subsequent years. Gallaudet College-

516

Budgetary reserves for routine financial administration Continued National Institutes of Health-Con.

Gallaudet College Con.

Congress appropriated $616,000 to Gallaudet College for a national continuing education program for the deaf. Funds are being withheld pending the development of a plan for the effective use of the funds, including any necessary coordination with the other Federal and non-Federal parties that might be

involved. Department of Housing and Urban Development: Model cities programs.

$105,000 The 1972 appropriation is available for use in 1972 and 1973: the amount reserved is being allocated among cities to cover obligations to be made early in 1973. Thus, each city will have in advance a target figure against which to plan. Interstate land sales, special fund.---

1, 468 Amount shown here is in excess of current estimates of 1972 needs. Fee collections are used to cover part of the costs of op perating the interstate land sales registration program. Because of the unpredictability of fee collections, there is a substantial lag between collection and use. Thus 1971 fee collections are

planned for use in 1973, and are carried in reserve in 1972.
Department of the Interior:
Bureau of Land Management :
Public lands developments, roads and trails...

16, 694
Reserve reflects amounts of available contract author.
ity above the obligation program that was financed by
the appropriation Congress enacted to liquidate the

obligations. Bureau of Indian Affairs : Road construction.-

53, 941 Reserve reflects amounts of available contract authority above the obligation program that was financed by the appropriation

Congress enacted to liquidate the obligations.
Bureau of Outdoor Recreation :
Land and water conservation fund.---

30.000
Consists of 1972 annual contract authority which the 1973
budget shows as not being obligated. This contract authority,
which was made available annually through fiscal year 1989
by Public Law 91-308, approved July 7, 1970, is not being
used because the Federal agencies purchasing park lands
have found annual contract authority cumbersome to ad-
minister. Instead, they prefer ordinary appropriations to
finance such land purchases and the budget proposes ap-
propriation of the full $300,000,000 annual authorization for
the fund, of which about $98,000,000 is for Federal land pur-

chases in 1973. Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife : Construction

9,075 Appropriated funds for the District of Columbia Aquar. ium withheld because authorized facility cannot be constructed within the funding limits established by the au

thorization. Bureau of Mines : Drainage of anthracite mines---

3, 623 Funds are spent on a matching basis with Pennsylvania as that State and the Department of the Interior develop projects for this purpose. Apportionment awaits development

of approved plans and specifications. National Park Service: Parkway and road construction.--

79, 051 Reserve reflects amounts of available contract authority above the obligation program that was financed by the ap

propriation Congress enacted to liquidate the obligations. Bureau of Reclamation : Construction and rehabilitation.--

1,055

Budgetary reserves for routine financial administration Continued
Bureau of Reclamation-Continued
Construction and rehabilitation, Continued

Funds are being held in reserve pending completion and
review of the economic restudy to determine the most ef-
fective use of funds for the 2d Bacon siphon and tunnel

unit, Washington. Department of State:

Educational exchange fund (earmarked proceeds of payment
by Finland on World War I debt)---

$22 Apportionment awaits development by the agency of specific

plans for the exchange of students.
Department of Transportation :
Coast Guard :
Acquisition, construction, and improvements.-

3, 380
Funds are for equipment or improvements and will not be
needed until construction of 7 projects is in an advanced

stage. They will be released when needed. Retired pay-

571 Appropriation is in excess of needs due to a lag in volun

tary retirements. Federal Aviation Administration : Facilities and equipment---L

58, 958 Facilities and equipment (airport and airway trust fund).

157,000 Operations (airport and airway trust fund)---

247, 269 Research and development (airport and airway trust fund).

11, 409 Operation and maintenance, National Capital airports.

5, 279 Safety regulation---

40, 152 Research and development.

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Funds for these accounts have not been apportioned for
the 4th quarter of 1972. Apportionment is a waiting agen-
cy development of a financial plan for the remainder of the

year.
Grants-in-aid for airports (airport and airway trust fund)

56, 459 Construction, National Capital airports--

900 U.S. International Aeronautical Exposition ---

218 Civil supersonic aircraft development termination.

4, 506 Apportionment of the above FAA accounts awaits devel

opment of approved plans and specifications. Federal Highway Administration : Federal-aid highways: (1) Contract authority intended for use in 1973..

5, 700,000 (2) Remaining balance from prior reductions to meet outlay ceiling and abate inflation.

267. 830 Territorial highways.-

5, 000 New program established by the 1970 Highway Act, effective December 30, 1970. No appropriation was provided until August 1971, although a $4.5M of contract authority was authorized for each of 1971 and 1972. Territories were not prepared to handle program and have just begun to organize agencies and prepare studies for use of the funds. Total obligations through December 31, 1971 were about $93,000. Darien Gap Highway

100 Apportionment awaits development of approved plans and specifications. Reserve will be released as soon as the agency has

organized field office requiring these funds. Urban Mass Transportation Administration: Urban mass transportation*

300, 000 The Congress provided a total of $3.1B of contract authority for the five-year period 1971-1975. Executive Branch apportionments will result in $1.0B of this amount having been used by June 30, 1972, another $1.0B (including this $300M) will be apportioned July 1, 1972, for fiscal 1973. leaving $1.1B, or $550M per year for the fiscal years 1974 and 1975. By appropriation action in fiscal year 1971 and 1972, the Congress effectively limited the amount of the

contract authority that could be used each fiscal year. Thus, *Similarly (for background information), the Congress established the same limitation at $600M in 1971. The Administration used $400M in 1971. The difference of $200M 18 being applied to the years after 1971.

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