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1994 Appropriation in annual act.

Transfer from "Library of Congress, Furniture and Furnishings",
Public Law 103-69........

Transfer from "Architect of the Capitol, Capitol Complex
Security Systems", Public Law 103-69.

Revised Appropriation, 1994.

1994 Nonrecurring Deductions

1994 Excess Day Cost...

Modifications to Existing Security System,

Madison Building...

Tenant Improvements, St. Cecelia's......

Renovation and Restoration of the Jefferson and

Adams Buildings.......

Replace Thomas Jefferson Building Roof......
Total 1994 Nonrecurring Deductions.

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Summary

Mandatory Items

January, 1994 Locality Pay Annualization..
January, 1994 Wage Rate Annualization.......
January, 1995 Cost of Living Adjustment.............
January, 1995 Locality Pay.......
January, 1995 Wage Rate Increase.
Within-grades and Other Pay Changes....
Unfunded Positions and Other Pay Changes.
Other Personnel Compensation......
Contribution to Health Benefits Funds.
Total Mandatory Items......

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Increases (continued)

Annual Recurring Maintenance

Cyclical Maintenance

Analysis and Design, Electronic Book Conveyor

Systems.

Replace Carrier System Roller Bearings. Elevator Modernization, Madison Building.

Total Cyclical Maintenance.

Continuing and Initiating Other Programs
Library Parking Area Security Improvements.

Total Increases.

Total Estimate for 1995.

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580.000

1.482.000

10.785.000

Estimate 1995
Summary

Library Buildings and Grounds,

Structural and Mechanical Care (continued)

Library Buildings and Grounds, Structural and Mechanical Care

General Annual Repairs.
Miscellaneous Improvements.
Exterior Pointing and Caulking.
Training..

Supplies and Materials.

Total Annual Recurring Maintenance

Nonrecurring Items

Total Continuing and Initiating Other
Programs.

Total Nonrecurring Items.

Summary
(continued)

Positions

Amount

$ 25,000

50,000

90,000

17,000

13.000

100,000
80,000
250.000

430.000

150.000

Positions

Amount

195,000

10.2

LIBRARY BUILDINGS AND GROUNDS. STRUCTURAL AND MECHANICAL CARE - (Net Decrease for 1995 (-)$382,000)

1994 Appropriation in annual act.

Transfer from "Library of Congress, Furniture and Furnishings",

Public Law 103-69.........

Transfer from "Architect of the Capitol, Capitol Complex
Security Systems", Public Law 103-69..

Revised Appropriation, 1994..

Deductions - Nonrecurring Items

1994 Excess Day Cost..

Tenant Improvements, St. Cecelia's.....

Modifications to Existing Security System, JMMB.
Renovation and Restoration of the Jefferson and
Adams Buildings.......

Replace Thomas Jefferson Building Roof.

Increases

Base for 1995.

MANDATORY ITEMS

January, 1994 Locality Pay Annualization....
January, 1994 Wage Rate Annualization..
January, 1995 Cost of Living Adjustment....
January, 1995 Locality Pay.................
January, 1995 Wage Rate Increase........
Within-grades and Other Pay Changes..
Unfunded Positions and Other Pay Changes..
Other Personnel Compensation......
Contribution to Health Benefits Funds..

Total Increase - MANDATORY ITEMS.

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$ 9,974,000

593,000

600,000

$ 11,167,000

- 1,864,000

$ 9,303,000

10.3

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General Annual Repairs increased from $75,000 to $100,000.

An increase of $25,000 is requested for fiscal year 1995 to cover
the projected costs of materials required for miscellaneous annual
repairs to the James Madison Memorial Building, Thomas Jefferson
Building and John Adams Building. The allotment provides for the
general structural and mechanical care and repair of the Library
buildings. Since the Restoration and Renovation of the Jefferson and
Adams Buildings will be completed, both buildings will be fully
occupied. It will be necessary to be able to provide maintenance
services to the entire area of both buildings. For the past several
years, only half of the two buildings have been maintained since the
other half has been undergoing renovation work.

Miscellaneous Improvements increased from $100,000 to $150,000.

For fiscal year 1995, an increase of $50,000 is requested for the
"Miscellaneous Improvements" account for the Structural and Mechanical
Care of the Library Buildings and Grounds. The ability to perform
necessary but unscheduled maintenance and small renovation projects
made at the request of the Library has been hampered by not having this
account increased. The $50,000 increase will provide funding to allow
for unanticipated needs to be taken care of by the Architect. This
increase was denied in fiscal years 1992, 1993 and 1994:

Exterior Pointing and Caulking increased from $60,000 to $150,000.

The requested increase of $90,000 is to provide for the ongoing
pointing and caulking program for the Library Buildings, as well as to
begin a focussed six-year effort on the Jefferson Building. The
purpose of the ongoing program is to provide routine annual maintenance
to the exterior stonework and other masonry to avoid costly emergency
repair work.

25,000

50,000

90,000

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Estimate 1995

Library Buildings and Grounds,
Structural and Mechanical Care

Increases (continued)

ANNUAL RECURRING ITEMS (continued)

OTHER INCREASES

Exterior Pointing and Caulking (continued)

the Jefferson Building includes repair and repointing of water table ledges ($300,000), masonry joints ($150,000), Work required on brick elevator penthouses ($50,000), granite walks and balustrades at granite window stones ($100,000), and the white glazed brick in the courtyards ($100,000). This program is similar to the Dome ($100,000), the recently completed recaulking of the Madison Building, which took place over a several year period.

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Due to the uncertain nature of weather patterns, the program may If schedule slippages occur require more than six years to complete. due to excess inclement weather, the program will be extended. Training increased from $17,000 to $34,000.

In recent years the Architect's Office has responded to recently civil rights legislation by sponsoring training such prevention of sexual harassment, employee rights and responsibilities, amended This training is required for all substance abuse, and other subjects. the Office requires Additionally, supervisory development training and sponsors basic educational skills employees. current and new Programs to respond to agency training needs such as trade apprenticeships and additional supervisory development, training for reading. are being prepared.

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The limited funding available for training is directed almost entirely toward the required training, leaving few resources available Cost increases have also for other organizational training needs. As a result, the Office will have to the availability of basic educational skills training and Without an eliminate trade apprenticeship training being developed. reduce increase in this allotment there will be no monies available for work training, or technical skills improvement training, training necessary for implementing or maintaining new programs or performance technologies.

reduced training opportunities.

$

17,000

10.5

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