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23 RENT, COMMUNICATIONS AND UTILITIES: This object class provides funds for the lease and rental of equipment and services such as law enforcement computer files, automated research services, and photocopying machines. It also includes funds for U.S. Postage, and commercial long distance telephone service.

25 OTHER SERVICES:

This object class includes all services not specifically covered by any of the other object class. It encompasses such things as repairs and alterations to equipment, maintenance contracts, tuition and registration fees for training programs, conferences, seminars, etc., uniform maintenance and alterations (including laundry and dry cleaning), and professional services such as recruit physicals, veterinary care, psychological evaluations, employee assistance program, including but not limited to professional referrals, drug screening, promotional assessment, etc.

26 SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS:

This object class includes charges for commodities, whether acquired by formal contract or other form of purchase, that are ordinarily consumed or expended within one year after they are put into use. It contains items such as weapon parts and accessories, communications supplies, automotive maintenance supplies, fuel, oil, repair parts, photographic supplies, training supplies, electronic supplies, office supplies, K-9 supplies, publications, uniforms and accessories, ammunition and explosives, and other misc. supplies.

31 CAPITAL ASSBTS:

This object class provides for the purchase of equipment that has a normal life expectancy of a year or more after being put into use, without material impairment of its physical condition, and has a unit cost of at least one hundred dollars. Included in this object class are weapons, vehicles, photographic equipment, automotive maintenance equipment, electronic equipment, inves

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III. Total Appropriation Request, 1995

1,308

71,419 U.S. CAPITOL POLICE EXPLANATION OF CHANGE

FISCAL YEAR 1995
TO ACCOMPANY SCHEDULE C - JOINT

I.

ADJUSTMENTS TO BASE

A. Mandatory Pay and Related Costs

$6,470,000

1. Retirement System & Health Benefits - $1,783,000

This represents agency contributions, estimated at approximately 27%. This is an increase of 1% over FY 94, and is due to the increased number of personnel covered under FERS and the increase in cost for health benefits.

2. Projected FY 95 COLA $1,016,000

Projected COLA is 2.68 or 1.95% for 9 month (Jan 95
95)

Sept

3. Administrative Increases $438,000

Increase represents scheduled longevity pay increases as well as rank adjustments. The Capitol Police salary schedule includes longevity step increases of approximately $800 for each step. Longevity increases are awarded to employees each year for the first ten years, and every other year thereafter, until they reach 17 years of service. Civilian employees receive longevity increases according to the House Employee Pay Schedule. The cost associated with rank adjustments are for salary increases given for PFC (30 months satisfactory service) and the salary increase given for Private with Training (successful completion of recruit training).

4. Full Funding $1,120,000

Funds necessary to fill the 28 vacancies carried during
FY 94 due to insufficient funding. These vacancies were in
addition to the 54 positions eliminated by PL 103-69.

5.

Locality Increase $2,113,000
Increase requested to provide USCP personnel with a
geographical increase comparable to what other area federal

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