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OTHER AUTHORIZED EMPLOYEES
(See Pages 85-88 Subcommittee Print)

For salaries of Other Authorized Employees, $213,000. This request is to fund the salaries for the two technical assistants in the Office of the Attending Physician.

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Note: The Fiscal Year 1999 enacted amount was adjusted by a reprogram approved by the
Subcommittee.

ALLOWANCES AND EXPENSES
(See Pages 97-105 Subcommittee Print)

For allowances and expenses as authorized by House resolution or law, $142,822,000, for the following sub accounts which will be individually presented and discussed.

* Supplies, Materials, Administrative Costs and Federal Tort Claims

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Note: The FY 99 enacted amount was adjusted by reprograms approved by the Subcommittee. The FY 00 enacted amount was adjusted by a mandatory .38% rescission of $2,891,360.

SUPPLIES, MATERIALS, ADMINISTRATIVE COSTS AND

FEDERAL TORT CLAIMS

(See Pages 100-101 Subcommittee Print)

For Supplies, Materials, Administrative Costs and Federal Tort Claims, $3,381,000. This $640,000 increase over the Fiscal Year 2000 enacted amount is primarily due to items required for funding every other year such as New Member Orientation and the replacement/upgrade of equipment. This account is used for general administrative items for the operations of the House in addition to equipment, supplies and telephone service.

Comparative Statement of Enacted/Requested Appropriations

FY 1999
Enacted

FY 2000
Enacted

FY 2001
Request

*$ 3,508,600 $ 2,741,000 $3,381,000

Note: The FY 99 enacted amount was adjusted by reprograms approved by the Subcommittee.

OFFICIAL MAIL COSTS (NON MEMBERS)
(See Page 102 Subcommittee Print)

For official mail for committees, leadership offices, and administrative offices of the House, $410,000.

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GOVERNMENT CONTRIBUTIONS
(See Page 104 Subcommittee Print)

For Government Contributions, $138,355,000. These funds are requested to pay

the agency (House) share of contributions to the following funds:

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The request for this account assumes that for every dollar paid to an employee under the current retirement systems, the House will pay 28.48 cents for benefits. As of December 30, 1999, 1,078 House employees were participating in CSRS as compared to 1,165 for the same month one-year ago. As of December 31, 1999, more than 88% of all House employees are enrolled in the FERS program.

The maximum taxable wage base for Social Security and Medicare effective January 1, 2000, is $76,200.

There is $2,110,000 requested to reimburse the Department of Labor for total benefits and payments from the employee's compensation fund for Workers Compensation for the twelve-month period ending June 30, 1999. This amount includes $966,000 for the U.S. Capitol Police assigned to the House.

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Note: The FY 99 enacted amount was adjusted by reprograms approved by the Subcommittee. The FY 00 enacted amount was adjusted by a mandatory.38% rescission of $2,891,360.

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