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LIST OF WITNESSES, COMMUNICATIONS, AND

PREPARED STATEMENTS

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Balderson, Stuar F., Financial Clerk
Barden, Charles S., Jr., Budget Analyst, Congressional Budget Office
Barrett, William J., Deputy Public Printer
Blum, James L., Assistant Director, Budget Analysis Division, Congressional

Budget Office..
Boorstin, Hon. Daniel J., Librarian of Congress...
Bowsher, Hon. Charles A., Comptroller General of the United States, prepared

statement
Brown, Garrett E., Jr., General Counsel, Government Printing Office
Brown, Richard L., Controller, General Accounting Office
Caraway, J. Lewey, Superintendent, Senate Office Buildings.
Carroll, J. Raymond, Director of Engineering, Office of the Architect of the

Capitol
Cook, Howard R. L., executive director, Black and Ethnic Employees of the

Library of Congress, letter
Cooke, Eileen D., director, American Library Association. letter..
Cotton, Mick, Deputy Director, Service Department, Office of the Sergeant at

Ams
Courtot, Marilyn E., Assistant Secretary of the Senate
Crupi, Emanuele, Budget Officer, Office of the Architect of the Capitol
Curran, Donald C., Associate Librarian of Congress.
Cunis, Frank, Director, Service Department, Office of the Sergeant at Ams .....
Delaughn, Walter C., Assistant Public Printer for Administration
DiMario, Michael F., Deputy Assistant Public Printer (Superintendent of Doc-

uments).
Ensign, William L., Assistant Architect of the Capitol .........
Fitų, Alfred B., General Counsel, Congressional Budget Office
Garcia, Commissioner Frances, Chairman and Budget Director, Copyright Roy-

alty Tribunal, prepared statement...
Gibbons, Dr. John H., Director, Office of Technology Assessment, prepared

statement
Greigg, Stanley L., Director, Office of Intergovernmental Relations, Congres-

sional Budget Office ....
Gude, Gilbert, Director, Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress

Prepared statement...
Harris, Robert D., Deputy Assistant Director, Budget Analysis Division, Con-

gressional Budget Office
Hemperley, John O., Budget Officer, Library of Congress
Hildenbrand, Hon. William F., Secretary of the Senate

Prepared statement....
Hollings, Hon. Emest F., U.S. Senator from South Carolina, statement

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Jepsen. Hon. Roger W., C.S. Senator from lowa. letter.
Kilby. Henri C., Jr., Assistant Budget Officer. Office of the Architect of the

Capitol
Klugh, William F., Comptroller. Government Printing Office
Larsen, Phil, Administrative Assistant, Office of the Sergeant at Ams
Liebengood. Hon. Howard S., Sergeant at Arms and Doorkeeper..

Prepared statement...
Mathias, Hon. Charles McC., Jr., U.S. Senator from Maryland, letter.
McKendry, Robert J., Assistant Public Printer for Operations ....
Monon, Judy, Legislative Liaison/Public Affairs Officer, Government Printing

Office

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Perry, George E., president and general counselor, Ethnic Employees of the Li

brary of Congress, letter.
Raines. William F., Jr., Administrative Assistant, Office of the Architect of the

Capitol
Reuss, Hon. Henry S., U.S. Representative from Wisconsin, letter.
Rivlin, Dr. Alice M., Director, Congressional Budget Office

Prepared statement...
Sawyer. Hon. Danford L., Jr., Public Printer

Prepared statement..
Scheppach, Raymond C., Deputy Director, Congressional Budget Office....
Sebold. Gerald E., Deputy Comptroller, Government Printing Office
Socolar, Milton J.. Special Assistant to the Comptroller General of the United

States and General Counsel..
Sonntag. W. Scoti, III, Deputy Customer Service Manager, Government Printing

Office.
Taylor, Raymond M., Superintendent of Documents designate, Government

Printing Office
loss, Allen R., Assistant Public Printer for Policy and Planning
Welsh. William J., Deputy Librarian of Congress.
White, George M., Architect of the Capitol .....

Prepared statement.....

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SUBJECT INDEX

ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITOL

(INCLUDING BOTANIC GARDEN)

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Acquisition of property as an addition to the Capitol grounds.....

97, 115
Appropriations

98, 104
Architectural and engineering.

118
Budget request.

92, 98, 104
Capitol:
Building

109. 110
Grounds

96, 98, 115
Capitol Plaza

116
Capitol Power Plant.

95, 97, 120
Cart property .

103, 115
Central office staff,

100
Char forces ....

100
Contingent expenses

110
Employees:
Request for additional.

99, 108, 122
Temporary, payment.

101
Training ....

98
Energy conservation

108, 121, 123
Everett McKinley Dirksen Senate Office Building, modification

104, 118
Extension-See Philip A. Hart Senate Office Building.
Renovation .......

109, 110
Extension to Dirksen Office Building (See Philip A. Hart Senate Office

Building).
Federal procurement regulation requirements.

106
Historic drawings, presentation...

124
Immigration Building.

119
Library of Congress:
Adams Building

109
Buildings and grounds.

120
James Madison Memorial Building

95, 120
Jefferson Building

109
Master plan for future development of the Capitol grounds and related areas...... 96, 98
Maintenance:
Annual.

93
Energy..

93, 97, 120, 121
Long term..

93
Office and computer equipment, rental

ill
Office intrusion alarms.........

123
Official functions and representation, expenditures for

97
Painting...

115
Philip A. Hart Senate Office Building .

96, 102
Budget request....

109
Completion

102
Energy conservation.

121

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Philip A. Har Senate Office Building-Continued

Floor space .....
Furniture and furnishings.
Landscaping ...
Maintenance
Staffing

Wings, naming of..
Richard Brevard Russell Senate Office Building, modification

Air-conditioning...

Renovation..
Senate:

Annexes.
Cafeteria

Garage
Senate Disbursing Office
Senate Document Room.
Senate office buildings ...
Vacated areas, renovations..
Walkways on the West Front.
X-ray inspection system

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109, 110, 118

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110
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123
115
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CONGRESSIONAL BUDGET OFFICE
Appropriations.........

126, 146
Budget:
Projections.

132
Request....

125, 128, 129, 141, 146, 152
Coordination of agency studies

150
Cost:
Estimates

133, 147,

152
Reduction.

151
Data processing.

126, 141, 143, 146, 152
Economic:
Advisers.

134
Forecasts.

133
Equipment

146
Impact of Federal legislation on State and local governments

148, 152
Intern program..

149
Oversight committee.

150
Personnel.

125, 126, 144
Retention.

149
Program analysis.

135
Reports

136
Responsibilities

128, 147
Scorekeeping

131
Services to Congress.

130
Workload...

126

COPYRIGHT ROYALTY TRIBUNAL

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Appeals.
Budget request.

Supplemental.
Cable:

Copyright compromise

Tielevision.
Commissioners

Confidential assistant
Copyright royalties ....
Cost of living increase.
Counsel.

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341
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General Accounting Office review
Home taping....
Jukeboxes..
Noncommercial broadcasting
Operational costs
Phonorecords ....
Statutory responsibilities
Workload.

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GENERAL ACCOUNTING OFFICE
Advisory board to agencies .......
Analysis of changes....
Appropriation, impact of freeze
Benefits.
Block grant programs.
Board memberships.
Budget request ...........
Computers....

Nongovernment services
Conferences.
Congressional Record
Consultant services.
Contracts
Coordination among agencies
Defense:

Budget task force

Related projects.
Duplicating services
Employees...

Levels..
Promotions

Training
Equipment purchases.
Experience and professionalism
Funding levels...
General support.....
Interpreter services.
Investigative services.
Laborer services
Management

Office space.

Organizational stability.
Pay raise supplemental
Processing information
Program emphasis
Recommendations...
Reduction of Federal spending..
Regional offices
Reports
Responses to questions
Role..
Salaries.
Savings.
Security.
Self-initiated studies.
Services..
Staffing .
Statutory requirements

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