Legislative Branch Appropriations
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Appropriations. Subcommittee on Legislative Branch Appropriations, United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Appropriations. [from old catalog]
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1979
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514. lappuse - Testimony before Congressional Committees CBO is frequently asked to give testimony before Congressional committees, 'often in connection with a formal study that we are preparing at the request of some committee. Since October 1, 1977, I have testified on 26 occasions before seven House and six Senate committees, as well as one joint committee. In addition, other members of the CBO staff have testified on 11 occasions before three House and two Senate committees. For example, in the early winter,...
264. lappuse - CRS legislative documentation system are addressed below. - Periodic review of CRS services and products is now built into the prospectus meeting process, a strengthened budget preparation and review process, and the ongoing activities of the Office of Member and Committee Relations and is supplemented by such inputs as the McKinsey study. As a result of these mechanisms major changes have been made in graphics procedures and policy and in the flow of work between divisions. - The frequency of publication...
103. lappuse - ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS Appropriations in this Act available to the Library of Congress for salaries shall be available for expenses of investigating the loyalty of Library employees; special and temporary services (including employees engaged by the day or hour or in piecework) ; and services as authorized by section 15 of the Act of August 2, 1946 (5 USC 60 Stat.
254. lappuse - Institutes have trained client staffs to perform quickly an immeasurable nuaber of reference chores which would heretofore have resulted in calls to CRS. This cost effective educational effort will continue. Historically, newer Members and Senators tend to address more requests to CRS than do those with more seniority. It follows, therefore, that the 96th Congress, with 77 new Members and 20 new Senators, will present unprecedented demands on the Service. We will make every effort to absorb this...
503. lappuse - ROBERT A. LEVINE, DEPUTY DIRECTOR ALFRED B. FITT, GENERAL COUNSEL STANLEY L. GREIGG, DIRECTOR, OFFICE OF INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS CHARLES S. BARDEN, JR., DEPUTY ASSISTANT DIRECTOR FOR ADMINISTRATION JAMES L. BLUM, ASSISTANT DIRECTOR, BUDGET ANALYSIS DIVISION ROBERT D. HARRIS, DEPUTY ASSISTANT DIRECTOR, BUDGET ANALYSIS DIVISION CAROL DESILVIO, INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS CONGRESSIONAL BUDGET OFFICE Mr.
340. lappuse - A subject listing of those Congressional Research Service studies and reports which have been printed in some form by the US Government Printing Office between January 1978 and October 1978.
572. lappuse - Budget of both Houses information which will assist such committees in the discharge of all matters within their jurisdictions, including (1) information with respect to the budget, appropriation bills, and other bills authorizing or providing budget authority or tax expenditures, (2) information with respect to revenues, receipts, estimated future revenues and receipts, and changing revenue conditions, and (3) such related information as such Committees may request.
1006. lappuse - Authorization of appropriations; availability of appropriations (a) To enable the Office to carry out its powers and duties, there is hereby authorized to be appropriated to the Office...
1043. lappuse - Circuits, the US Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia, and the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit).