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Budgetary reserves for rountine' financial administration-Continued
Urban Mass Transportation AdministrationCon.
Urban mass transportation Con.

the $300M shown is the difference between the $600M appor-
tioned for 1972 and the $900M upper limit for which admin-
istrative expenses may be incurred under the 1972
Appropriation Act for the Department of Transportation :
“Sec. 308. None of the funds provided in this Act shall be
available for administrative expenses in connection with
commitments for grants for Urban Mass Transportation
aggregating more than $900,000,000 in fiscal year 1972."

(Italic supplied.)
Treasury Department:
Construction, Federal Law Enforcement Training Center---

$22, 239 Apportionment awaits development by the agency of ap

proved plans and specifications. Atomic Energy Commission: Plant and capital equipment:

Funds held in reserve awaiting AEC's development of firm

plans or specifications for two projects in the nuclear
materials and weapons programs.-

9, 600 Funds held in reserve awaiting AEC's completion of feasi

bility studies or the results of research and development
efforts for the national radioactive waste repository and
two other projects ----

3, 133
Funds held in reserve for cost overruns and other contin-
gencies

5, 000 Operating expenses :

Funds held in reserve for the Liquid Metal Fast Breeder Re

actor (LMFBR) demonstration plant awaiting the com-
pletion of detailed negotiations now underway involving

AEC and the Commonwealth Edison Company and TVA.. 43, 630 Biomedical Research:

Funds held in reserve pending development of a plan for

effective utilization.--Environmental Protection Agency: Operations, research and facilities.-

46, 791 Awaiting completion of : (1) EPA study of requirements for Cincinnati laboratory ($28.02) and other laboratory facilities ($7.294M) ; and (2) CEQ-EPA contract study on technology and reports leading to the development of criteria for selection of projects for use of resource recovery (solid

waste) demonstration grants ($11.5M). General Service Administration :

Operating expenses, Property Management and Disposal
Service

2, 200
Amount shown here is in excess of the current estimate of
1972 needs for stockpile disposals. If conditions change and

the funds are needed, apportionment will be made. Operating expenses, Public Service--

5, (10 Amount shown here is in excess of 1972 needs. It reflects revised estimates of utility costs and rent receipts from the Postal Service. If conditions change and the funds are

needed, apportionments will be made. Construction, public buildings projects --

45, 514 San Antonio, Texas, project awaiting OMB and Congressional approval of revised prospectus-$7.402 thousand.

Philadelphia project awaiting appropriation of additional funds needed to permit letting contract-$23,033 thousand.

$10.803 thousand to be reprogrammed upon enactment of pend legislation authorizing private investment financing.

$4,273 thousand is reserved to meet possible contingencies

that might arise in the course of construction. Sites and expenses, public buildings projects --

14, 68

Budgetary resreres for routine financial administration--Continued
General Service Administration Continued
Sites and expenses, public building projects-Continued

Reserved to meet possible contingencies or for use in sub-
sequent years_$10,380,000.

Projects involving space for Postal Service are being restudied—$4,286,000. Apportionment awaits the completion

of this study for the effective use of the funds. National Aeronautics and Space Administration : Research and development (space shuttle program).

$25,000 Although the decision has been made in the fiscal year 1973 budget to proceed with the development of the shuttle, final plans and schedules have not yet been completed by NASA. After NASA has selected the booster option and issued its request for proposals (RFP) to the contractors,

it is anticipated that the $25 million will be released. Veterans' Administration : Grants to States for extended care facilities.

8, 420 State plans and requests for funds have not been presented

to the extent originally expected. Appalachian Regional Commission : Appalachian regional development program.

40, 000 Apportionment awaits development by the agency of ap

proved plans and specifications.
Cabinet Committee on Opportunities for Spanish-Speaking
Peoples

30
The obligation rate has been lower than anticipated be-
cause of operation under continuing resolution for two

quarters. District of Columbia : Loans to the District of Columbia for capital outlay-

49, 015 Reserves represent prior appropriations not requested to

finance the planned fiscal year 1972 capital outlay program. Federal Communications Commission: Salaries and expenses (construction).

460 These funds are intended for replacement of a monitory station. They cannot be used until the Congress raises the current limitation on FCC's 1972 construction program. It is expected that this will take place before the end of fiscal

year 1972. Foreign Claims Settlement Commission: Payment of Vietnam and Pueblo prisoners of war claims.---

150 Apportionment awaits arrival of contingencies under

which the funds must, by statute, be made available. Salaries and expenses.

19 Apportionment awaits development by the agency of ap

proved plans. Selective Service System : Salaries and expenses.

1, 600 Since enactment of the 1972 appropriation, the expected number of inductions into the Armed Forces has declined, permitting this amount to be reserved for savings. The reserve would be released in the unlikely event that the

declining trend of inductions should be reversed. Smithsonian Institution :

Salaries and expenses, Woodrow Wilson International Center for
Scholars

11 Reserved for contingencies. Will be apportioned if and

when needed. Temporary Study Commissions : Aviation Advisory Commission.

587 Funds in 1972 reserve will be used in 1973 to carry Com

mission through its expiration date of March 1973. Commission on Highway Beautification --

25 For completion of Commission's work in 1973. Commission on Population Growth and the American Future--

30

Budgetary reserves for routine financial administration-Continued Temporary Study Commissions—Continued Commission on Population Growth and the American Future Continued

A small contingency amount is set aside to cover any increases in contracted costs after the Commission completes

its work and disbands in May 1972. National Commission on Consumer Finance..

$50 For terminating the Commission in 1973 after the report

is completed. U.S. Information Agency : Salaries and expenses (special foreign currency program)--

407 Special international exhibitions ---

746 Apportionment of the above accounts awaits development of approved plans and specifications.

Total

10, 558, 778

OFFICE OF MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET

TABLE A.— Budgetary reserves for routine financial administration, June 30, 1972

(In thousands of dollars)

AGENCY AND ACCOUNT

682

40, 000

15, 3.70

20,000

41, 634

Executive Office of the President:
National Security Council.--

This amount was in excess of 1972 needs.
Special Action Office for Drug Abuse Prevention --

Represents the balance of appropriation which cannot be utilized by the Office in 1972 due to late enactment of legisla

tion. Release will occur as needed in 1973 operations. Funds Appropriated to the President: Appalachian regional development programs.-

Apportionment awaits development of approved plans and

specifications. International security assistance: Foreign military credit sales.

Because of increased private financing, the legislated pro-
gram ceiling was achieved without the use of the full budget

authority appropriated.
International development assistance : Prototype desalting plan..

Apportionment awaits development of approved plans and

specifications. Inter-American Foundation ---

Amount represents balance of initial funding from AID
transfer to cover 1st 4 years of the Foundation's operations.
Apportionments will continue to be made annually as plans

and specifications are developed.
Department of Agriculture :
Agricultural Research Service:
Construction

Represents residual amount of appropriation for plan-
ning that is not required for that purpose. Apportion-

ment awaited additional appropriation for construction. Scientific activities overseas (special foreign currency pro

gram)-

Amount shown here was in excess of 1972 needs.
Animal and Plant Health Service.--.

This amount was in excess of 1972 needs.
Farmers Home Administration :
Mutual and self-help housing grants -

Amount shown here was in excess of 1972 needs.
Direct loan account (farm operating loans limitation)-----

Amount reflects release of $37,000,000 for last quarter of fiscal 1972. The balance of loan authority is being held pending demonstration of further need.

372

2, 049

729

12, 453

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- Table A.-Budgetary reserves for routine financial administration, June 30,

1972-Continued
Department of Agriculture Continued
Consumer and Marketing Service :
Consumer protective, marketing, and regulatory programs.. $760

Amount shown here was in excess of 1972 needs.
Perishable Commodities Act Fund.--

1
Amount shown here was in excess of 1972 needs.
Forest Service:
Forest protection and utilization :
Cooperative range improvement.---

624
Amount shown here was in excess of 1972 needs,
and was released and apportioned on July 1, 1972,

to fund the 1973 program. Youth Conservation Corps---

1, 730 These funds were released from reserve and appor

tioned in July 1972 for the calendar year 1972 program. Forest roads and trails---

402, 040 Reserve reflects amount of available contract authority above the obligation program that was approved and financed by the appropriation Congress enacted to liqui

date the obligations. Expenses, brush disposal.--

13, 303 Amount shown here was in excess of 1972 needs. Forest fire prevention--

115 Amount shown here was in excess of 1972 needs. Department of Commerce: Social and Economic Statistics Administration : 19th decennial

11, 028
These funds had been held in anticipation of the need to
pay printing costs. They were released and apportioned for

this purpose on July 1, 1972.
Regional action planning commissions: regional action planning
commissions

300 Funds will be released when Mississippi Valley Regional

Commission is formed.
Promotion of industry and commerce :
Trade adjustment assistance (financial assistance)

50,000
Amount shown here was in excess of 1972 needs.
Inter-American Cultural and Trade Center---

5, 446 Funds will be released when plans for participation in

U.S. Bicentennial are completed and approved.
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration : Research,
development, and facilities--

214
These funds are for disaster relief to fisheries. Appor-
tionments are made as applications from the States are
processed following contingencies under which the funds

must, by statute, be made available.
Research, development, and facilities (special foreign cur-
rency program)..

286 These funds were released and apportioned on July 1, 1972,

to fund the 1973 program.
Promote and develop fishery products and research pertain-
ing to American fisheries-

257
Amount shown here was in excess of 1972 needs, and
was released and apportioned on July 1, 1972, to fund the

1973 program.
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 specifications. 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..

21, 020 90-538-73

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Budgetary reserves for rountine financial administration-Continued
Department of Defense-Military-Continued
Other procurement programs—Continued

For use in subsequent years, these projects are fully
funded when appropriated.
Military construction and family housing--

$171, 304 Apportionment awaits development by the agency of

approved plans and specifications. Civil defense programs--

1, 277 Amount was in excess of 1972 needs, and was released and

apportioned on July 1, 1972, to fund the 1973 program. Special foreign currency program.

4, 903 Apportionment awaits development by the agency of

approved plans and specifications.
Department of Defense Civil:
Corps of Engineers :
Construction, General:
Lafayette Lake, Ind.

153
Funds are being held in reserve because of local
opposition to initiation of construction of the

project.
Lukfata Lake, Okla--

Construction funds are being held in reserve pend-
ing the completion of a new general design memo-
randum leading to an environmental impact state-

ment.
New York Harbor collection and removal of drift------

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 forwarded the proposal to the President on
June 21, 1972, and his recommendations are current-

ly under review.
Panama Canal Government: Capital outlays_-

850
These fiscal year 1972 funds, reserved at the request of
the Panama Canal Government, will be combined with
the 1973 appropriation for the purchase of major items

of capital equipment. Wildlife conservation...

474 Includes estimated receipts not needed for current

year program. Will be used in subsequent years. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare: National Institutes of Health : Bu dings and facilities.----

2, 365 Apportionment awaits development by the agency of ap

proved plans and specifications. Office of Education : School assistance in federally affected areas.

4, 996 Apportionment awaits development by the agency of approved plans and specifications. Construction obliga

tions will be incurred subsequently. Higher education--

1, 462 Apportionment awaits development by the agency of

approved plans and specifications.
Educational activities overseas (special foreign currency
program)

16 Apportionment of this amount awaits development of

approved plans and specifications by the agency. Social Security Administration : Construction----

12, 025 Apportionment awaits development of approved plans and

specifications by the agency. Special institutions: Gallaudet College..

516 This amount was in excess of funds which could be ef

fectively used in 1972. Howard University

3, 714

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