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LIST OF WITNESSES, COMMUNICATIONS, AND

PREPARED STATEMENTS

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Page Abrecht, Gary L., Chief, U.S. Capitol Police

1 American Bar Association, prepared statement of the

183 Archer, Bill, Joint Committee on Taxation, prepared statement

93 Balderson, Stuart F., Financial Clerk of the Senate, Office of the Secretary of the Senate, U.S. Senate Prepared statement

62 Bennett, Robert F., U.S. Senator from Utah

1, 79, 217 Billington, James H., Librarian of Congress, Library of Congress

131 Prepared statement

134 Blum, James, Deputy Director, Congressional Budget Office

67 Boren, Michael, Administrative Assistant, Joint Committee on Taxation

91 Brown, Richard L., Controller, General Accounting Office

247 Buckley, Fran, Superintendent of Documents, Government Printing Office 257 Casey, Gregory S., Sergeant at Arms and Doorkeeper, Office of the Sergeant

at Arms and Doorkeeper, U.S. Senate and member, Capitol Police Board.

1, 6, 89 Prepared statement

115 Committee on Rules and Administration, questions submitted by the

276 Crowley, Brian P., Assistant Comptroller Ġeneral for Planning and Reporting, General Accounting Office

247 DiMario, Michael F., Public Printer, Government Printing Office

257 Prepared statement

258 Dodaro, Joan M., Assistant Comptroller General for Operations, General Accounting Office

247 Dorgan, Hon. Byron L., U.S. Senator from North Dakota

3 Questions submitted by

20, 76, 187, 254 Franklin, Herbert M., Administrative Assistant, Architect of the Capitol 217 Frenze, Chris, Executive Director, Joint Economic Committee

79 Guy, William M., Budget Officer, Government Printing Office

257 Hantman, Alan M., AIA, Architect of the Capitol

217 Prepared statement

226 Harris, Larry, Administrative Assistant, Office of the Sergeant at Arms and Doorkeeper, U.S. Senate

89 Hinchman, James F., Acting Comptroller General of the United States, General Accounting Office

247 Prepared statement

250 Livingood, Wilson, House Sergeant at Arms and Chairman, U.S. Capitol Police Board

1, 4 Mansker, Robert, Deputy Printer, Government Printing Office

257 Mulhollan, Daniel P., Director, Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress

131, 152 Prepared statement

153 O'Neill, June E., Ph.D., Director, Congressional Budget Office

67 Prepared statement

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Paull, Lindy, Chief of Staff, Joint Committee on Taxation

91
Peters, Marybeth, Register of Copyrights, Copyright Office, Library of Con-
gress, prepared statement

148

Peterson, Eric, Staff Director, Joint Committee on Printing

85

Poole, Amita, Supervising Engineer, Capitol Building, Architect of the Cap-
itol

217
Pregnall, Stuart, Budget Officer, Architect of the Capitol

217

Roth, Hon. William V., Jr., Chairman, Joint Committee on Taxation

91

Prepared statement

93

Saxton, Hon. Jim, Chairman, Joint Economic Committee

79, 80

Prepared statement

80

Schmitt, Bernie, Deputy Chief of Staff, Revenue Analysis, Joint Committee

on Taxation

91

Schmitt, Mary, Deputy Chief of Staff, Law, Joint Committee on Taxation

91

Scott, Donald L., Deputy Librarian of Congress, Library of Congress 131, 150

Silberman, Ricky, Executive Director, Office of Compliance

193

Prepared statement

195

Sisco, Gary, Secretary of the Senate, Office of the Secretary of the Senate,

U.S. Senate

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Prepared statement

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Stevens, Hon. Ted, U.S. Senator from Alaska

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Stoffel, Larry, Superintendent, Senate office buildings, Architect of the Cap-
itol

217
Warner, Hon. John, Chairman, Joint Committee on Printing

85
Prepared statement

85
Zelaska, Sharon, Assistant Secretary of the Senate, Office of the Secretary
of the Senate, U.S. Senate

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SUBJECT INDEX

ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITOL

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Additional committee questions

242
Agency overview

218
Auditable financial statements

241, 244
Botanic Garden project

240
Canine facility, renovation of the

243
Capital project management

241, 244
Capital projects

223
Computer-aided facilities management

243
Cyclical maintenance reinvestment

225
Emergency supplemental funding

240
Five year capital budget, fiscal year 1999

231
Fort Meade project

243
FTE employment

221
Future shortfall .

237
General introduction and executive summary

226
Human factor

236
Off-site delivery center

244
Office of the Architect of the Capitol, role of the

229
Operating and capital budget

222
Fiscal year 1999

220
Operating budget, fiscal year 1999

230
Privatization ..

242
Reinvestment benchmark

224
Strategic business planning effort: Goals and processes for sensible agency
reengineering

235
Strategic planning

219, 243
Uniform program

242
Year 2000 problem

245

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CONGRESSIONAL BUDGET OFFICE

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Additional committee questions
Budget deficit outlook and recent CBO estimates
Congressional Budget Office:

Areas of concern surrounding the budget request
Fiscal year 1999 request

On the World Wide Web
Fiscal year 1999 request

GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE
Accomplishments and highlights, fiscal year 1997
Additional committee questions
Budget request, fiscal year 1999
Comptroller General, need to appoint
Computer leasing
Desktop video
Statement highlights
Year 2000 compliance

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
Additional committee questions

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253
251
247
253
252
249
252

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National digital library
National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped
Off-site storage and preservation
Priority budget items
Summary of Culpeper Audio-Visual Conservation Center transaction
Year 2000

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201

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202
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196
199
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OFFICE OF COMPLIANCE
Additional committee questions
Adjudication .....
Administrative and financial improvements
Americans with Disabilities Act, public services and accommodations under

the
Awards and settlements appropriation
Counseling and mediation processes
Dispute resolution process
Education and information
Information, counseling, and mediation, requests for
Inspections, technical assistance, and investigations
Oucupational safety and health
Office of Compliance:

Authority and responsibilities

Budget request for fiscal year 1999
Regulation writing
Settlements and awards
Studies and reports
Unfair labor practices

U.S. CAPITOL POLICE BOARD
Additional committee questions
Architect of the Capitol:

And U.S. Capitol Police, memorandum of understanding between
Police-related projects

Security projects in the budget
Capitol Complex Integrated Security Facilities Program
Civilian Merit Increase Program
Crimes against persons and property
General expense budget
National Finance Center update
Pay
Perimeter security plan
Personnel increase
Unionization status

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202
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215
201
199

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U.S. SENATE

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OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF THE SENATE
Additional committee questions
Administrative Offices

Disbursing Office
Historical Office
Information Systems Department
Interparliamentary Services
Office of Conservation and Preservation
Office of Human Resources
Office of Public Records
Office of Senate Curator
Office of Senate Security
Office of the Senate Chief Counsel for Employment
Senate Gift Shop
Senate Library
Senate Page School

Senate Stationery Room
Amendment tracking system
Budget request, fiscal year 1999
Capitol visitor center

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