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DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE-ESTIMATED PAYROLLS FOR MILITARY AND CIVILIAN PERSONNEL, FISCAL YEAR 1968

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United Stetes (including Alaska and Hawail)

616, 359

413

4,660

400
1,736

504
70,405
2,499
7,333

343
1,617
4,857
8,770

537

30,128

481

Alabana
Aleska.
Arizons
Arkansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut.
Delaware
District of Columbia
Florida
Georgia
Hawail.
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
IOW
Kansas
Kentucky
Louislana
Vaine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Miss Issippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska

9,389,897 3,705, 519 1,843,610 3,840, 768

181,566 119,652 1,634 60,280 155,453 58,140 13,835 83,478 155,367 38,065 9,167

108, 135
51,631 2,220

48,998
1,256,060 242,419 516,241 497, 400
256,124 124,220

2,561

129,343
23,395 1,100 21,500 795
48,483

582

533 47,368 205,037 114,411

52,489

38, 137 387,907 16,292

121,803 249, 812
528, 565 430,781

67,656
194,872

58,072

61,969 74,831
20,928

3,683 16,764
283,160 38,227 131,952 112,981
45,106 18,944 2,436 23, 726
9,362
1,245

936

7,181
152,066 77,597

3,558

70,921
298,858 294,076 1,196 3,586
194,982 122,839

6,239

65,904
817 5,523 44,728
297,694 148,847 86,629 62,218
145,271 44,453 14,818 86,000
90,560 7,969 4,256 78,335
23,498 4,911

15,321
111,379 3,007 10,024 98,348
182,816 132,541

5, 302 48,669

584 195 47,890 76,830 1,229 1,690 73,921

8,569, 738 2,805,676 2,902, 723 23,244,990
221,811 159,493 424 47,234
49,987 18,545 3,499 27,543
66,765
32,782

2,737 29,510
31,517 24,678

6,335
1,436,840 172,421

864,978

329,036
131,496
68,472

37 60,488
35,945

1, 510
26,168

934
12,255
527

11,385
202,091
63,457
86,899

50, 118
255,647

12,783 161,313 76,694 337,316 149,094 20,239 159, 213 179,170 48,197 106,248 24,188

4,653 1,056 112 3,485 234,652 124,835

47,634 45,053 135,796 55,269 68,034 7,469 5,862 3,435

24

873
43,632 32,113 1,091 9,119
127,377

103, 048 23,819 255
63,378 37,203

11, 788

12,359
15,029 481 5,395 8,927
393,417 181,365 169,563
179,651
46,170
70,244

45,991
105,336
64,150

1,369
16,197
6,754 745

4,827
20,947 7,377 25, 201
175,972 118,956

46,280 10,552 1,889

8,663 25,838 11,085

465 14,133

.

51,048

17,130

5,024
1,530
1,309

255
2,028

226
7,081
17,246
22,331
3,872

323
8,447

35, 408

17,486

3,266

53,848

14,973

2,288

155

TABLE 6

DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE-ESTIMATED PAYROLLS FOR MILITARY AND CIVILIAN PERSONNEL, FISCAL YEAR 1968

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SUPPLY SYSTEMS INVENTORIES

As stated in table 1 above, the total of "supply systems” inventories was reduced from the 1957 high of $54 billion to $37 billion in 1965; since then they have been increased to $47 billion, reflecting the build-up in support of Southeast Asia. The stratification, or breakdown of such stocks into purposes for which held reflects a distinct change

during fiscal years 1964, 1965, and 1966. In prior years, the strata were peacetime operating stocks, mobilization reserve stock, economic and contingency retention stocks, and excess stock. These are shown in table 7 and are explained in footnotes 2 through 7.

Stratification of supply systems inventories as of June 30, 1964, and June 30, 1965, was in accordance with improved logistics guidance which called for application of assets first against requirements to support (1) approved forces; that is, Active and high-priority Reserve Forces of the 5-year force structure and financial program; and (2) general forces.

The guidance was again changed in 1966 so that assets are applied to approved forces, either as aut horized for acquisition or for retention, and some minor adjustments in guidance were made in 1969.

As a result, the data for these strata are not comparable with those in prior years, except in a very general way, and, therefore, have not been shown separately in the table (sce footnotes) but are included in subtotal and total.

The criteria for the establishment of economic retention and contingency retention strata have not been drastically revised, although the exigencies of world situations may result in somewhat different levels being established under them. The excess strata now represents those stocks that are beyond limits of a particular service and for which screening for utilization by other elements of the Department of Defense is underway but for which final DOD disposal action bus not been initiated. Tõey are significantly less in value than those reported in prior years, even though they have risen somer sat in the last two.

TABLE 7.-DOD SUPPLY SYSTEMS INVENTORIES BY INVENTORY STRATAS AS OF JUNE 30.1 fiscal years 1958 69

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Total..

Unstratified.
Total stratified..

Peacetime operating!
Mobilization reserve '.
Economic retention
Contingency retention
Excess stocks'.

46,585 44,203 41,727 40,537 40,299 39,684 38,383 36,506 37, 167 40,341 42,827 46,290 2, 440 3; 056

2,033 1,819 1,837 1, 425 2,582 2,704 42.145 11, 147 39,644 38,717 38,462 38,259 35, 801 33, 802

3,221 3,070 3,262

2,235

33, 946 37,271 39,565 44,055 14,538 15, 306 15,657 14,722 15,601 15. 379

$

(3) 3

(3) 12, 134 11,530 10,893 11,030 10,725 10,921

(3)

(3) (3) 5, 593

(3) 703 6,618 6, 343

5, 454 5,912 3. 596 3, 629 4, 180 3,760
1,050
1.611

3,854
1.361

4,530 1, 246 1,040 636 1, 248

1,814 1.865 2,310 1,977 2,479 10, 418

7,146 5,115 5,377 5,643 5,411 5,528 3,466 3, 250 3,158 4,127 4,769

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Total inventories in this table do not include value of Navy shipboard supplies included in table 1. • Peacetime operating stock is that portion of the total quantity of an item on hand which is required to equip and train the planned peacetime forces and support the scheduled establishment through the normal appropriation and leadtime periods.

, 665,786,60 Temat enero

In 1965, their sum was $24,893,000,000, divided into approved force stocks

and general force stocks (1,228,000,000). The guidance was again revised in 1966 and in 1969 In 1969 the sum was $32,277,000,000 dlocated to approved force stocks as levels of acquisition $31,280,000,000) and retention (1997,660,060). . Mobilization reserve materiel requirement: the quantity of an item required to be in the military supply system on M-day, in addition to guantities for peacetime needs, to support planned mobilization to expand the materiel pipeline and to sustain in training, combat, or noncombat operations prescribed forces until production by industry equals consumption.

Economic retention stock is that portion of the quantity in long supply which it has been determined will be retained for future peacetime issue of consumption as being more economical than future replenishment by procurement

Contingency retention stock is that portion of the quantity in long supply of an obsolete or nonstandard item for which no programed 'requirements exist and which norma! would be considered as excess stock, but which has been determined will be retained for possible military or delense contingencles for U.S. or allied forces.

: Excess stock as reported herein is stock which is indicated to be above the sum of footnotes 2, 3, 4, and 5 above and for which specific determination as being within the needs of the Department of Defense has not been made or disposal action initiated.

SCOPE OF PROCUREMENT ACTIVITIES

The net value of military procurement actions a mounted to $39. 3 billion in fiscal year 1969 -- a decrease of $1.9 billion from fiscal year 1968.

TABLE 8.-.Vet value of military procurement actions in the United States and

possessions, fiscal years 1951-69

Fiscal year:

1951. 1932 1953. 1954. 1955. 1956. 1957 1958. ! 1959.

Billions Fiscal year-Continued
$31. 9 1960..
42.2 1961.
28. 4 1962.
11. 9 1963,
15. 5 1964.
18. 2 1965.
19. 9 1966.
22. 8 1967.
23. 9 1968

1969

Bitlions
$22. 5
24. 3
27.3
28. 1
27. 5
26. 6
35. 7
41. 8
41.2
39.3

Source: "Military Prime Contract words and Subcontract Payments or commitments, July 1968 -
June 1969,"Once of the Secretary of Defense.

Ner Vall'E OF PROCUREMENT Actions BY STATES, FISCAL YEARS

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(See tables 9 and 9-A)
The percentage brenkdown of military procurement actions by
States and the District of Columbia shows for fiscal year 1969:
Number

Number
of

of Percent of total:

States Percent of total-Continued Svalca 15 to 20

2 to 3.. 10 to 15

1 to 2.. 5 to 10

O to l..

26
4 to 5
3 to 4

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Table 9.--NET VALUE OF MILITARY PROCUREMENT ACTIONS BY STATES, FISCAL YEARS 1967, 1968, and 1969

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