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1 Excludes $2,400.0 of atinted reimbursements for furnishing of steen and chilled water. 2 Includes $11.920.0 mailable for obligation in fiscal year 1992, pursuant to Sec. 312 of Polic Low 101-520.

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V Roflects transfer of 15 Elevator Operator positions to the clork of the House of Representatives in fiscal your

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Title II:
Library Buildings and Grounds,

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Reflects transfer of 15 Elevator Operator positions to the clerk of the House of Representatives in fiscal year 1993. Reflects transfer of 14 Elevator Operator positions to the clerk of the House of Representatives in fiscal year 1993.

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Por 1992, appropriations totaling $169,682,000 were provided under the Architect of the Capitol, including Botanic Garden, in the Legislative Branch Appropriations Act, 1992, Public Law 102-90, approved August 14, 1991, for items pertaining to the "Architect of the Capitol." This total includes advanced appropriations totalling $16,620,000 pursuant to Sec. 312 of Public Law 101-520.

For 1993, appropriations totaling $203,067,000 are requested for all items under the Architect of the Capitol, joint items, House items, and Senate items a net increase of $33, 385,000 above the grand total of $169,682,000 for 1992. The net increase of $33,385,000 results from decreases totaling $33, 290,000 offset by increases totaling $66,675,000.

If the item "Senate office Buildings," totaling $45,106,000, is excluded from the 1992 grand total of $169,682,000, then the grand total, for joint items and House items, for 1992 amounts to $124,576,000, of which $33, 403,000 is for "House Office Buildings." Likewise, if the item "Senate office Buildings* totaling $58,861,000, is excluded from the 1993 grand total of $203,067,000, then the grand total, for joint items and House items for 1993, amounts to $144, 206,000, of which $43,696,000 is for "House office Buildings" or a net increase of $19,630,000, for joint items and House items, above the 1992 total of $124,576,000 for such items.

The items comprising the gross decrease of $33, 290,000 and the gross increase of $66, 675,000 are detailed on separate pages preceding each appropriation account.

As indicated in the overall "Summary of Changes statement, the gross increase of $66, 675,000 is comprised of $4,652,000 for mandatory items, $1,026,000 for new positions, $8,729,000 for annual recurring maintenance items, $26,206,000 for cyclical maintenance and $26,062,000 for continuing and initiating other programs.

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Estimate 1993
General Statement

MANDATORY ITEMS

Each year,

increases are requested for "Mandatory" items. These are costs related to personnel
compensation and benefits that are established, regulated or modified by law. A summary of these items
and their statutory authority is provided below for reference purposes. The justifications for each
appropriation will summarize these increases under the heading "Mandatory Items."

Personnel Compensation

Wage-Board within-grade increases, authorized by 5 U.S.C. 5102(c) (7),

5102 (d), 5341-5349.
Within-grade salary advancements and other changes for "GS" employees,

authorized by 5 u.s.c. 5331-5336.
Overtime and Holiday pay authorized by 5 U.S.c. 5544.
Night Differential pay authorized by 5 U.S.c. 5343, 5545.
Sunday Premium pay authorized by 5 U.S.c. 5544-5546.

Personnel Benefits

Payment to Employees' Health Benefits Fund, authorized by 5 U.S.C. 8906.
Contribution to Retirement Fund, authorized by 5 U.S.c. 8334.
Payment to Employees Compensation Fund, authorized by 5 U.S.c. 8147.
Payment to Employees' Life Insurance Fund, authorized by 5 U.S.c. 8708.
Payment to Medicare Fund, authorized by Public Law 97-248.
Payment to Unemployment Trust Fund, authorized by Public Law 96-499.
Contribution to Federal Employees' Retirement System, authorized by

5 U.S.C. 8423 and Thrift Savings Plan authorized by 5 U.S.C. 8432.

The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) requires that estimates for fiscal year 1993 pay reflect an anticipated cost-of-living raise for the fiscal year. The fiscal year 1993 request for Mandatory Items again includes funding for an anticipated 1993 cost of living raise based on an annual increase of 3.7 percent for three quarters of the fiscal year and an absorption rate of 50 percent.

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