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The Honorable Charles H. Taylor

March 3, 2000

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A similar letter has been sent to the Honorable Robert F. Bennett, Chairman, Subcommittee on Legislative Branch Appropriations, Committee on Appropriations, United States Senate.

I will of course, be pleased to provide you with any additional information on this matter you may deem desirable.

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Sincerely,

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Alan M. Hantman, AIA
Architect of the Capitol

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The Honorable Charles H. Taylor

Chairman

Subcommittee on Legislative Branch Appropriations

Committee on Appropriations
U. S. House of Representatives
Washington, D.C. 20515

Dear Mr. Chairman:

CAPITOL

Washington, DC 20515
June 29, 2000

I am writing to request your approval to reprogram $159,000 to provide funds for the scaffolding of Statuary Hall. Scaffolding Statuary Hall is required to paint, and install smoke detectors, and other telecommunications upgrades. Funding for the painting, telecommunication upgrades, fire safety upgrades and other miscellaneous work is available from funds provided by line items for these upgrades. This work is being coordinated with the House CAO who will be replacing the draperies.

I propose reprogramming the $159,000 from "No Year" funds made available to the Capitol Buildings Appropriation for the Replacement of the House Chamber Sound System. The new sound system has been installed and this saving is available.

I shall, of course, be pleased to provide you with any additional information on this matter you may deem desirable.

Approved:

Jules Jay 1-12-02

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Charles H. Taylor, Charman

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I am writing to request your approval to reprogram $159,000 to make office modifications for the Congressional Research Service (CRS) in the James Madison Memorial Building as requested by the Library of Congress (LOC). These funds are required to complete this work by the December 31, 2000 deadline established by the LOC. The design for this work has been completed and an estimate was developed based on the design. The estimate includes funding for temporary labor through September 30, 2000 and materials to complete the project. The materials consist primarily of modular wall panels and doors. Because of the delivery lead time, all items must be ordered this fiscal year. This reprogramming will supplement existing resources that are available for this type of work. The labor to complete the project in fiscal year 2001 will come from funding that is in the Library Buildings and Ground's base budget.

I propose reprogramming the funding from annual funds made available in the Legislative Branch Appropriations Act, 2000, Public Law 106-57, approved September 29, 1999 for the Replacement of Deteriorated Piping, TJB ($100,000) and the Operation and Maintenance of the New Book Storage Module at Ft. Meade($59,000). Because of very favorable pricing received from a contractor, the piping repairs were completed with funding provided in fiscal year 1999. The new book storage module will not become operational until fiscal year 2001. Therefore, the operations and maintenance funds provided for fiscal year 2000 are available.

A similar letter has been sent to the Honorable Robert F. Bennett, Chairman, Subcommittee on Legislative Branch Appropriations, Committee on Appropriations, United States Senate, for his

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