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any order of progression any information in the Budget Execution Plan file.

Agency Contact: (202) 566-1585.

Postal Service, General Government Subcommittee. Authority: Agricultural Trade Development and Assistance Act of 1954 (P.L. 83-480). Defense Production Act of 1950, as amended (P.L. 81-774). National Security Act of 1947 (P.L. 80-253). Strategic and Critical Materials Stockpiling Act (P.L. 79-520). Availability: Information is for internal use only.

517600-002 FEMA Accounting System. OMB Funding Title/Code: Emergency Planning, Preparedness, and Mobilization / 58-0200-0-1-054; Hazard Mitigation and Disaster Assistnce / 58-0201-0-1-453; National Flood Insurance Fund / 584236-0-3-453. Program: All Programs Congressional Recipient: House Committee on Armed Services; House Committee on Appropriations: Defense Subcommittee; Senate Committee on Armed Services; Senate Committee on Appropriations: Defense Subcommittee. Authority: Federal Civil Defense Act of 1950 (P.L. 81-920). Availability: Although reports are intended for internal use or to meet legal requirements, they are available for public use. No reports are classified. Geographic Relevance: National

Purpose: Demand Impact Transformation Tables (DITT) realistically translate aggregate Gross National Product (GNP) expenditures (actual or hypothetical) into final demand bills of goods which can then be applied to an interindustry table for estimates of total output requirements by input-output (1-0) industry. Input: Data are used as part of the Contingency Impact Analysis System to transform the GNP final demand components into I-O sector final demands. The I-O sector final demands so computed are used to derive total output requirements, and materials requirement in emergency situations. Content: This guidebook reviews input-output analysis and presents 1-O final demand and total output estimates derived through DITT for a number of recent periods. All estimates are in constant 1958 dollars.

Agency Contact: (202) 566-0912.

Purpose: This system constitutes the official centralized accounting system for the Agency, designed to provide for the orderly recording and reporting of all financial transactions of the Agency, in accordance with various public laws, and OSD, OMB, Treasury, and GAO regulations. The system is the official source of all financial statements, reports, and other fiscal data required for Agency management at all levels. Input: Source data are generated both internally and externally and include all documents which evidence the apportionment, transfer, allotment, commitment, obligation, expenditure, disbursement, reimbursement, refund, and collection of funds appropriated to the agency, and all other funds for which the agency is accountable. Content: The system is comprised of a General Ledger and an Allotment Ledger Subsystem. The General Ledger Subsystem provides a technique for classifying, summarizing controlling, and reporting all Agency financial transactions. This subsystem further provides a complete record of Agency operations and provides control over assets, liabilities, funds, revenues, and costs. The Allotment Ledger Subsystem provides a method of restricting obligations and expenditures to the purposes for which authorized, insuring that obligations and expenditures do not exceed amounts authorized, and fixing responsibility for violations. This subsystem identifies and accounts for each appropriation as a separate entity throughout its existence from the time of appropriation, through apportionment, transfer, allotment, commitment, obligation, expenditure, reimbursement or refund, and until lapsed or merged into successor M accounts. Output: The system produces both internal reports used for Agency management and external reports required by Congress, the Office of the Secretary of Defense, and other Government agencies. Reports are in both hardcopy and machine-readable form, produced monthly, quarterly, and annually. Major report types include reports on budget execution, reports on reimbursements, appropriation status by fiscal year and budget program, obligations, and grants-in-aid.

517600-004 Regional Impact Analysis System (RIAS). OMB Funding Title/Code: Federal Emergency Management Agency--Emergency Planning, Preparedness, and Mobilization / 580200-0-1-054. Program: All Programs Congressional Recipient: House Committee on Agriculture; House Committee on Armed Services; House Committee on Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs; House Committee on Appropriations: Treasury-Postal Service-General Government Subcommittee; Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry; Senate Committee on Armed Services; Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs; Senate Committee on Appropriations: Treasury, Postal Service, General Government Subcommittee. Authority: Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 1949, as amended (P.L. 89-306; 79 Stat. 1127; 40 U.S.C. 759(b)). Availability: Reports are for internal use only.

Purpose: The system is to provide a data base and first approximation capability for analyzing the regional economic impacts of economic and other contingencies short of nuclear war. Input: This series of publications documents the Federal Preparedness Agency (FPA) assimilation and adaption of the Multi-Regional Input-Output (MRIO) economic model developed at the Harvard Economic Research Project under joint sponsorship by the Economic Develop

Administration, Department of Commerce, Federal Preparedness Agency, and other agencies. Content: The series consists of five publications: (1) Description of the MRIO Model, TR-83 - Revision 1; (2) MRIO Data Base: MAPS, TM-226; (3) MRIO Data Base: IMS, TM-227; (4) Regional Distribution of National Aggregate Final Demand, TM-228; and Impact Analysis II: Manual: System Operations and Data Base, TM-253.

ment

Agency Contact: (202) 254-8822.

Agency Contact: (202) 566-0912.

$17600-003 Demand Impact Transformation Tables (DITT)-Data Estimates and Input-Output Review. OMB Funding Title/Code: Federal Emergency Management Agency--Emergency Planning, Preparedness, and Mobilization / 580200-0-1-054. Program: All Programs Congressional Recipient: House Committee on Agriculture; House Committee on Armed Services; House Committee on Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs; House Committee on Appropriations: Treasury-Postal Service-General Government Subcommittee; Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry; Senate Committee on Armed Services; Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs; Senate Committee on Appropriations: Treasury,

S17600-005 The Mathematics and Computation Laboratory (MCL) Annual Macroeconomic Model. OMB Funding Title/Code: Federal Emergency Management Agency--Emergency Planning, Preparedness, and Mobilization / 580200-0-1-054. Program: All Programs Congressional Recipient: House Committee on Agriculture; House Committee on Armed Services; House Committee on Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs; House Committee on Appropriations: Treasury-Postal Service-General Government Subcommittee; Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition, and Forestry; Senate Committee on Armed Services; Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs; Senate Committee on Appropriations: Treasury, Postal Service, General Government Subcommittee. Authority: Agricultural Trade Development and Assistance Act of 1954 (P.L. 83-480). Defense Production Act of 1954, as amended (P.L. 81-774). National Security Act of 1947 (P.L. 80-253). Strategic and Critical Materials Stockpiling Act (P.L. 79-520). Availability: The model is for internal use only.

Purpose: The MCL Model is a revision and extension of the Thurow macroeconomic model assimilated to aid the Federal Preparedness Agency (FPA) in policy simulation studies and economic forecasting. Input: This macroeconomic model is part of a larger system, the Contingency Impact Analysis System (CIAS), used by the FPA to measure the impact of a contingency or emergency, specified in terms of the model's input, on a supply of strategic critical materials and the level and distribution of the Gross National Product. Content: The technical report 107, “An Economic Forecasting Model of the United States: the MCL Macroeconomic Model,” provides theoretical explanation and empirical results for estimation and simulation. The capabilities and limitations of the model are also discussed. The equations on personal taxes and residential investment are elaborated on in the two technical reports. Output: Output is a model for economic analyses and forecasting.

for obligations, expenditures, changes in source of funds, and other accounting transactions. Also included is a systematic reporting of resource consumption of various ACUS programs, financial management reports, and personnel reports. It is used by ACUS and GSA personnel. Input: All sources of data/information to the system are internal to the Agency. Specific input includes such things as obligation documents, time and attendance sheets, and personnel action documents. Content: The budget/fiscal system encompasses all ACUS activities. The major subfunctions are payroll processing, miscellaneous payments processing, personnel processing and reporting, and finance and accounting reports. The system provides accounting, control, and monitoring of uses of funds. In addition, the system provides monthly reporting of current expenditures by object class for the various ACUS activities. Output: All reports are hardcopy. The reports and their frequencies are: Estimate of Appropriation, annually; Accounting History Report, monthly; Report on Budget Execution, monthly; Apportionment Report, annually; Report on Travel Costs, annually; and Object Classification Schedules, annually.

Agency Contact: (202) 254-7020.

Agency Contact: (202) 566-0912.

AMERICAN BATTLE MONUMENTS COMMISSION

$17600-006 Federal Insurance Administration Management Information System. OMB Funding Title/Code: National Insurance Development Fund / 86-4235-0-3-451; National Flood Insurance Fund | 86-4236-0-3453. Program: Administrative Expenses; All Programs CFDA NO.: 14.001; 14.002 Congressional Recipient: House Committee on Banking, Finance and Urban Affairs; Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs. House Committee on Appropriations: HUDIndependent Agencies Subcommittee; Senate Committee on Appropriations: HUD-Independent Agencies Subcommittee. Authority: National Flood Insurance Act of 1965, as amended (P.L. 90-448, title XIII; 42 U.S.C. 4001-4128).

S18000-001
Register of World War II and Korean War Dead.
OMB Funding Title/Code: Salaries and Expenses / 74-0100-0-1-705.
Program: All Programs
Congressional Recipient: House Committee on Veterans' Affairs;
House Committee on Appropriations: HUD-Independent Agencies
Subcommittee; Senate Committee on Veterans' Affairs; Senate Com-
mittee on Appropriations: HUD-Independent Agencies Subcommit-
tee.
Authority: American Battle Monuments Commission Act (P.L. 67-
534).
Availability: Output is for internal use only.

Purpose: The system provides a permanent up-to-date register of World War II and Korean War dead interred in or commemorated at ABMC cemeteries and memorials around the world. Input: Input is graves registration activities of the military services. Content: The system provides serviceman's name, rank, serial number, grave, and cemetery location where interred, or cemetery or memorial where each missing serviceman is commemorated by name, date of death, State from which serviceman entered the military service, wartime organization, and decorations. Output: The output is a register.

Purpose: This system will provide information on communities participating in the National Flood Insurance Program. The system will also be used to monitor the progress of flood insurance rate map studies, assist in budget preparation, and contribute to other financial reporting requirements. Input: Information used in this system is furnished by communities participating in the program. Output: The system will generate progress and financial reports.

Agency Contact: (202) 755-5290.

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Purpose: This system provides current data on the status of every pending case and permanent data on closed cases for use by judges, court managers, and staff. Input: Input for the system is composed of appellate pleadings filed by individuals and U.S. Appellate events tracked by the staff. Content: Scope: the system handles 1700 annual cases and includes 38,000 historical files. Cases remain in the active file between 80 and 360 days and are updated daily. The closed cases are kept in permanent storage. The file size is 17 diskettes. Output: The system produces active and historical files. Closed cases are kept in permanent storage. The file size is 17 diskettes.

S30300-001
Congressional Scorekeeping System.
OMB Funding Title/Code: Salaries and Expenses / 08-0100-0-1-801.
Program: Scorekeeping
Congressional Recipient: House Committee on Budget; House
Committee on Appropriations: Legislative Subcommittee; Senate
Committee on Budget; Senate Committee on Appropriations: Legis-
lative Subcommittee.
Authority: Congressional Budget Act of 1974 (P.L. 93-344).
Availability: The CBO scorekeeping reports and Senate scorekeep-
ing reports are available to the public.

Agency Contact: (202) 693-7100.

Purpose: The Congressional Budget Office is required by section 308(b) of the Congressional Budget Act of 1974 (Public Law 93-344) to issue periodic reports on the status of congressional budget action. The CBO reports budget scorekeeping data each week to the House and Senate Committees on the Budget, who transmit it to members of Congress. This report, intended primarily for staff use, presents the basic scorekeeping tables used by CBO to tabulate congressional action affecting the fiscal year budget. Input: Concurrent resolutions, congressional initiatives, appropriation bills, Budget Committee actions, Appropriation Committee actions, President's Budget, including amendments and revisions, and CBO reestimates and estimates are the source data. Content: Content includes Federal budget information by account and budget authority and outlays by fiscal year. Information is updated daily to reflect executive and congressional budget actions. Output: Output includes CBO hardcopy reports (approximately six times per year), backup to Senate Weekly Scorekeeping Report, backup to Daily Parliamentarian Reports, and backup to House Budget Committee Weekly Status to Members Report.

SENATE

$30000-001
Legislative Information and Status System (LEGIS).
OMB Funding Title/Code: 99-0000-9-9-000.
Availability: Internal use only

Agency Contact: (202) 225-1242.

Purpose: The Legislative Information and Status System provides information on and automatic tracking of Congressional bills and resolutions, Presidential messages, and communications, petitions, and memorials. Input: The original documents provide the information included in this system. Content: The House Information Systems office has responsibility for the operation of this system. Output: Data in this system can be retrieved by committee, sponsor, or subject. Automatic tracking of a bill can also be provided.

Agency Contact: (202) 225-6002.

S30300-002
Program and Fiscal Data Base (PFDB).
OMB Funding Title/Code: Salaries and Expenses / 08-0100-0-1-801.
Program: Salaries and Expenses
Congressional Recipient: House Committee on House Administra-
tion; Senate Committee on Governmental Affairs. House Committee
on Appropriations: Legislative Subcommittee; Senate Committee on
Appropriations: Legislative Subcommittee.
Authority: Congressional Budget and Impoundment Control Act of
1974 (P.L. 93-344; 88 Stat. 314).
Availability: Agency contact; Other--congressional committees
Geographic Relevance: National

$30002-003
Member Budget Information System (MBIS).
OMB Funding Title/Code: 99-0000-9-9-000.
Availability: Internal use only

Purpose: The Member Budget Information System (MBIS) displays a variety of budget tables for use by Members of Congress. Content: This system is operated by the House Information Systems office.

Purpose: This budget information system brings together fiscal data from the Congressional Scorekeeping System (CSS) and descriptive data from the Legislative Classification System (LCS). Input: Data for this system are provided by the CSS and the LCS. Content: Fiscal data are maintained at the spending committee level within each budget account. Depending on the point in the budget

Agency Contact: (202) 225-6002.

cycle, the system may contain any or all of the following six fiscal data types for the current year and budget year: President's original, President's latest, House current status, Senate current status, latest Congressional Budget Office, and current level. Budget authority, prior outlays, and new outlays are available for all fiscal data types. The system also contains descriptive data on budget accounts corresponding to the fiscal data, achieved by matching fiscal data from CSS with descriptive data from LCS. The descriptive data includes spending committees, authorizing committees, authorizing legislation, account summaries, Budget Appendix page references, parliamentarian's rules, and spending allocation rules. Output: The system generates weekly reports containing the status for the current and previous week and provides for on-line retrieval on request.

sued by Office of the General Counsel, serve as input. Content: The system contains subject indices of digests covering Comptroller General decisions, intra-office memoranda, and non-decision letters issued by Office of the General Counsel which deal with civilian personnel, general Government matters, military personnel, procurement law, special studies and analyses, and transportation categories. The system also includes the annual publication, in bound volumes, of selected decisions (with 5-year indices of digests), the issuance of publications covering remaining materials in the above categories, as well as maintenance of citator files based upon the above material, including legal citations. Output: Publications include: Index Digest Decision of the Comptroller General of the United States (bound volume of digests of published decisions issued every five years); Pamphlets of Published Decisions of the Comptroller General of the United States (monthly), culminating in an annual bound volume. Pamphlets of Digests of Unpublished Decisions of the Comptroller General of the United States (quarterly, covering general government matters, civilian personnel law, military personnel law, procurement law, and transportation); Synopsis of Office Memoranda (monthly, covering general government matters, civilian personnel law, military personnel law, procurement law, special studies and analysis, and transportation); and subject and citator cards.

Agency Contact: (202) 225-4823.

GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE

Agency Contact: (202) 275-5006.

S30400-002 Legislative History System. OMB Funding Title/Code: Salaries and Expenses / 05-0107-0-1-801. Program: Office of the General Counsel Congressional Recipient: House Committee on Government Operations; House Committee on Appropriations: Legislative Subcommittee; Senate Committee on Governmental Affairs; Senate Committee on Appropriations: Legislative Subcommittee. Authority: Budget and Accounting Act of 1921, as amended (P.L. 67-13). Legislative Reorganization Act of 1970 (P.L. 91-510). Availability: Reports are for internal use only.

S30400-004 Legislative Authorization Program and Budgetary Information System (LAPIS). OMB Funding Title/Code: Salaries and Expenses / 05-0107-0-1-801. Program: Program Analysis Division Congressional Recipient: House Committee on Government Operations; House Committee on Appropriations: Legislative Subcommit. tee; Senate Committee on Governmental Affairs; Senate Committee on Appropriations: Legislative Subcommittee. Authority: Budget and Accounting Act of 1921, as amended (P.L. 67-13). Legislative Reorganization Act of 1970 (P.L. 91-510, as amended). Budget Act of 1974 (P.L. 93-344). Availability: Reports are available upon request to Members of Congress or committee staff. Requests from the public are satisfied as time allows.

Purpose: The system supports the information needs of the Office of the General Counsel and other divisions of the General Accounting Office with respect to legislative interpretation and research. Input: The Government Printing Office, congressional committees, GAO index and files, and other GAO Divisions are the input sources. Content: The Legislative Digest Section maintains, for reference and research purposes, legislative histories on every bill introduced and law enacted by the United States Congress. The compilations contain all versions of the bill, committee reports, documents, hearings and Congressional Record extracts not only on the bill that became law but related bills from the same and prior Congresses as well. This material is assembled in the order the action occurred, starting with the introduced bill and is referenced to the earlier laws being amended. The compilations, which date from 1921, also contain GAO letters, decisions, and memoranda. The bills and laws are indexed by a hierarchical method covering subject matter and law citations. Output: Hardcopy output consists of Congressional Record Digest Sheet, Accession Report, Index to Public Laws Enacted, Congressional Committee Book, and Status of Requests to Report on Bills.

Agency Contact: (202) 275-5560.

S30400-003 Index-Digest System. OMB Funding Title/Code: Salaries and Expenses / 05-0107-0-1-801. Program: Office of the General Counsel Congressional Recipient: House Committee on Government Operations; House Committee on Appropriations: Legislative Subcommittee; Senate Committee on Governmental Affairs; Senate Committee on Appropriations: Legislative Subcommittee. Authority: Budget and Accounting Act of 1921, as amended (P.L. 67-13). Legislative Reorganization Act of 1970 (P.L. 91-510). Availability: Portions of the system are for internal use only.

Purpose: The system supports decisionmaking activities of the Comptroller General and staff (Office of General Counsel) and provides access to decisions to the General Accounting Office, to other Government agencies, and to the public. Input: Comptroller General decisions, intra-office memoranda, and non-decision letters is

Purpose: The Congressional Budget Act of 1974 requires that the Comptroller General conduct a continuing program to identify and specify the needs of the committees and Members of Congress for fiscal, budgetary, and program-related information. It also requires that the Comptroller General develop, establish, and maintain a central file or files of the data and information required to meet recurring requirements of the Congress for fiscal, budgetary, and programrelated data. The files are to be maintained to facilitate use of the files by the committees of both Houses, joint committees, and other congressional agencies through modern data processing and communications techniques. Input: Input is from the Federal agencies reflected in the Budget of the United States Government and selected off-budget Federal agencies. The agencies' input includes budgetary, program, and legislative information. In-house analysis is utilized to refine and standardize the information. Selected informa. tion from the Office of Management and Budget data tapes is inte. grated into the system. Content: The system is continually being updated during the year. The major budgetary information update occurs between January and March. Between November and May, the entire data base is reviewed, refined, and updated. Information includes legislation, (popular name, public law number, title, section, etc.), program name, budget authority, outlays, obligations, agency, bureau, appropriation account title and number, function and subfunction names and number, authorizing committee jurisdiction (House and Senate), authorization amounts, and authorization termination date. Budget data include budget authority, outlays, net and total obligations, offsetting collections, loan levels, limitations, and contract authority. Programs in the data base are coded by major policy areas and special program areas to facilitate Congressional review of programs. Output: Current reports are formatted and produced in response to particular committee or member requests and contain the specific information requested. The output medium is usually hardcopy computer printouts. In some instances the final
product is a typed report developed by GAO analysts utilizing the
information from the system as a baseline.

Agency Contact: (202) 275-1564.

S30400-006
Congressional Inventory and Directories of Information Sources Data
Base.
OMB Funding Title/Code: Salaries and Expenses / 05-0107-0-801.
Program: Program Analysis Division
Congressional Recipient: House Committee on Government Opera-
tions; House Committee on Appropriations: Legislative Subcommit-
tee; Senate Committee on Governmental Affairs; Senate Committee
on Appropriations: Legislative Subcommittee.
Authority: Budget and Accounting Act of 1921, as amended (P.L.
67-13). Legislative Reorganization Act of 1970 (P.L. 91-510).
Availability: All hardcopy items are available through GPO. Con-
tact GAO for machine-readable material.

proved reporting and recordkeeping requirements of the 13 in-
dependent Regulatory Agencies. Input: The data base is updated
quarterly according to reporting and recordkeeping requirements
approved by GAO. The data maintained by GAO are as reported by
the agencies initiating the requirements and are not verified. Con-
tent: Description of data contained in the computer file for each ap-
proved reporting requirement include: title of requirement, agency
requesting approval, frequency of reporting, type of respondent, esti-
mate of the total number of annual responses, estimate of the total
number of annual hours taken to complete the requirement, approval
date, and expiration date. Output: The principal output is a quar-
terly listing of reporting and recordkeeping requirements approved
by GAO under the Federal Reports Act. Various statistical reports
can be prepared upon request, such as analysis of requirements by
type, frequency, number of responses, and total annual hours of
burden.

Agency Contact: (202) 275-3532.

$30400-008
Assignment Management Planning System (AMPS).
OMB Funding Title/Code: Salaries and Expenses / 05-0107-0-1-801.
Program: All Programs
Congressional Recipient: House Committee on Government Opera-
tions; Senate Committee on Governmental Affairs. House Commit-
tee on Appropriations: Legislative Subcommittee; Senate Committee
on Appropriations: Legislative Subcommittee.
Authority: Budget and Accounting Act of 1921 (P.L. 67-13; 31
U.S.C. 41). Legislative Reorganization Act of 1970 (P.L. 91-510).
Availability: Internal use only

Purpose: Title VIII of the Congressional Budget and Impound-
ment Control Act of 1974 (Public Law 93-344) amended the Legisla-
tive Reorganization Act of 1970 and assigned to the Comptroller
General certain responsibilities for helping the Congress obtain and
use information. As part of its program for carrying out those respon-
sibilities, the U.S. General Accounting Office (GAO) has developed
inventories of program-related information. Input: Input is from
submissions required under law by the executive branch agencies.
Content: The current Congressional Inventory and Directories of In-
formation Sources data base encompasses four separate files. Each is
an inventory and guide addressing a different area of program-related
information. Information in the system consists of: 1) Requirements
for Reports to the Congress-describes nearly 3,000 reports required
of 254 agencies by the Congress; 2) Federal Evaluations-contains an
inventory of approximately 2,000 evaluation reports produced by
and for selected Federal agencies, including GAO, which relate to
the programs of those agencies; 3) Federal Information Systems-
describes approximately 1,600 Federal information systems main-
tained by 91 executive agencies which contain fiscal, budgetary, and
program-related data and information; 4) Federal Information Sour-
ces/Resources-provides an indexed file to more than 710 federal
information sources/resources. The GAO has established a continu-
ing program to maintain a current inventory of reporting require-
ments, evaluation studies, and fiscal, budgetary, and program-related
information sources and systems. The inventory is maintained on
central computer files in such a manner as to render data transferable
to the Library of Congress for inclusion in the Congressional Re-
search Service's SCORPIO information retrieval system, thus facili-
tating their use by the committees of both Houses of the Congress.
Output: A series of directories tailored to meet the needs of Congress
is published annually. Hardcopy publication cycle for complete list-
ings is annually for program evaluations; every two years for report-
ing requirements; and every four years for information
systems/sources. Magnetic tape copies of the data bases used to
produce these products are also available.

Purpose: This system Provides input data for the payroll system
and provides management information for use in budget preparation
and day-to-day operations. Input: Data for this system are extracted
from Standard Form 50 which provides basic personnel information;
GAO form 100 which contains information on authorized personnel
assignments; and GAO form 484 which is used to enter time and
attendance information such as leave and assignment changes. Con-
tent: This system is updated with personnel and job information
daily and with time and attendance data biweekly. Information prov-
ided by the system is used to monitor individual audit assignments
and to prepare staff year budgets. Output: The system produces a
payroll tape and various levels of management reports on a biweekly
basis. In addition, ad hoc reports are available as requested.

Agency Contact: (202) 275-6213.

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE

Agency Contact: (202) 275-1837.

$30500-001
Storage and Information Retrieval System/Virtual Storage (PRF-
STAIRS/VS).
Date: 1977
OMB Funding Title/Code: Government Printing Office Revolving
Fund / 04-4505-0-4-806.
Program: Operating Costs, Funded
Congressional Recipient: House Committee on House Administra-
tion; Senate Committee on Rules and Administration. House Com-
mittee on Appropriations: Legislative Subcommittee; Senate
Committee on Appropriations: Legislative Subcommittee.
Authority: (P.L. 90-620; 82 Stat. 1241; 44 U.S.C. 309(d)).
Availability: GPO

S30400-007
Public Use Reports Analysis Retrieval Inventory System (PARIS).
OMB Funding Title/Code: Salaries and Expenses / 05-0107-0-1-801.
Congressional Recipient: House Committee on Appropriations:
Legislative Subcommittee; House Committee on Government Oper-
ations; Senate Committee on Appropriations: Legislative Subcom-
mittee; Senate Committee on Governmental Affairs.
Authority: Budget and Accounting Act of 1921, as amended (P.L.
67-13). Legislative Reorganization Act of 1970 (P.L. 91-510).
Availability: Agency contact.

Purpose: This system consists of the Publications Reference File
which is a file of all publications for sale by the Superintendent of
Documents. Input: The publications offered for sale by the Superin-
tendent of Documents provide the information used in the system.
Content: The file contains the following information about the publi-
cations: stock number, catalog number, status, source (agency and
bureau), author, title, price, and description information about the

Purpose: The system is designed to assist GAO in managing its
responsibilities under the Federal Reports Act and to enable it to
respond to Congressional and other requests for information on ap-

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