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JOINT ECONOMIC COMMITTEE
(Created pursuant to sec. 6(a) of Public Law 304, 79th Cong.)
PAUL H. DOUGLAS, Illinois, Chairman
WRIGHT PATMAN, Texas, Vice Chairman
HOUSE C- REPRESENTATIVES JOHN SPARKMAN, Alabama
RICHARD BOLLING, Missouri J. WILLIAM FULBRIGHT, Arkansas
HALE BOGGS, Louisiana JOSEPH C. O'MAHONEY, Wyoming
HENRY S. REUSS, Wisconsin JOHN F. KENNEDY, Massachusetts
FRANK M. COFFIN, Maine PRESCOTT BUSH, Connecticut
THOMAS B. CURTIS, Missouri JOHN MARSHALL BUTLER, Maryland CLARENCE E. KILBURN, New York JACOB K. JAVITS, New York
WILLIAM B. WIDNALL, New Jersey JOHN W. LEHMAN, Clerk and Acting Executive Director
SUBCOMMITTEE ON DEFENSE PROCUREMENT
PAUL H. DOUGLAS, Illinois, Chairman
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES JOHN SPARKMAN, Alabama
WRIGHT PATMAN, Texas JOSEPH C. O'MAHONEY, Wyoming
RICHARD BOLLING, Missouri JACOB K. JAVITS, New York
THOMAS B. CURTIS, Missouri
WILLIAM B. WIDNALL, New Jersey
RAY WARD, Professional Staff Member
RICHARD J. NEWMAN, Professional Staf Member
STATEMENTS AND EXHIBITS
Bean, C. D., Commissioner, Federal Supply Service, General Services
Campbell, Joseph C., Comptroller General of the United States; accom-
panied by Lawrence J. Powers, Jr., Assistant to the Comptroller General;
Charles Bailey, Deputy Director, Defense Accounting and Auditing
Division, GAO; and J. Edward Welch, Deputy General Counsel, GAO..
General Accounting Office reports furnished to the Congress on re-
views of the military assistance program.
Chamber of Commerce of the United States.-
Floete, Franklin, Administrator, General Services Administration.-
National industrial equipment reserve.
Hangen, Herman C., Director, Armed Forces Supply Support Center..
Utilization of long supply inventories and receipts from sale of surplus,
fiscal year 1959.--
Macomber, James H., Jr., General Counsel, General Services Administra-
MeGuire, E. Perkins, Assistant Secretary of Defense (Supply and Logis-
ties), accompanied by A. C. Bannerman, Director of Procurement Policy
OASD (Supply and Logistics); Paul H. Riley, Director of Supply Man-
agement Policy, OASD (Supply and Logistics); Robert C. Moot, OASD
(Supply and Logistics); and Col. J. R. De Luca, Armed Forces
Supply Support Center
Department of Defense factual accomplishments-inventory man-
agement and surplus disposal...
Department of the Navy comments on the General Accounting Office
recommendations relative to the aircraft engine pipeline.
Examples of design competition, February 24, 1960.
Letters to chairman...
Letter and enclosures of Courtney Johnson, Assistant Secretary of the
Army, to Comptroller General of the United States.
Names of former Secretaries of Defense, including Under Secretaries
and Assistant Secretaries who have been in the Department of
Defense and who are now employed by companies now listed
among the top 100 companies doing business with the Defense
Procurement presentation to the Procurement Subcommittee of the
Committee on Armed Services, United States Senate.
Subcontracting policies and procedures..
The defense materiel management program, fiscal year 1960..
Newman, Richard J., professional staff member
Shoemaker, Perry M., president, Lackawanna Railroad, representing the
committee of Hoover task force members, accompanied by Gen.
Robert E. Wood, chairman, Hoover Commission task force on use and
disposal of surplus property, and Frank Upman, Jr., executive secretary
of the committee of Hoover Commission task force members..
Staats, Hon. Elmer B., Deputy Director, Bureau of the Budget, accompa-
nied by William F. Schaub, Chief, Military Division; George G. Mullins,
Chief Property and Systems Management Group, and Asamuel M.
Cohn, Chief, Fiscal Analysis
Dates on which Air Force installations were activated..
Response of Small Business Administration to House Small Business
Committee request for additional information for the record.
Summary of military expenditures
Warehousing projects proposed for authorization by the Department
of Defense in fiscal year 1961..
Ward, Ray, professional staff member.
Whitten, Hon. Jamie L., a Representative in Congress from the State of
Actions taken in process, or planned in implementation of section 3(2)(6) Pago
of Public Law 85-599 (see Aug. 6, 1958).
Army Alameda Medical Depot transfers to Navy; medical test cases,
Department of Defense boards, committees, councils, and groups, in opera-
tion between July 1, 1958, and May 31, 1959.
Department of Defense multibillion dollar supply system, extension of re-
marks of Hon. John W. McCormack.
Department of Defense procurement presentation to the Procurement
Subcommittee of the Committee on Armed Services, U.S. Senate, in
connection with the committee's study of procurement policies and prac-
tices, as provided for in Public Law 86-89 (86th Cong., H.R. 7086, July
13, 1959) February 8 and 9, 1960..
Depot inactivations -
Establishment of the Armed Forces Supply Support Center.
Excerpts from certain General Accounting Office reports during 1958 and
Forty-three military prime contractors: Net value of their military prime
contract awards, July 1, 1957-June 30, 1958, and defense sales as per-
cent of total company sales, 1958.-
Import of transportation of household goods of military and civilian per-
sonnel on the household roods carriers.
Letters of Hon. Clarence J. Brown to Hon. Maurice Stans, Director, Bureau
of the Budget.
Letter of Hon. Joseph W. Campbell, Comptroller General, to Hon. Neal
Letters of Hon. Thomas B. Curtis to Hon. Raymond J. Saulnier, Chairman,
Council of Economic advisers.
473, 474, 479, 480
Letter of Hon. Paul H. Douglas to Erwin D. Canhon.
Letter of Hon. Paul H. Douglas to Hon. Joseph Campbell, Comptroller
Letter of Hon. Paul H. Douglas to Hon. Francis Floete, Administrator,
General Services Administration.
Letter of Hon. Paul H. Douglas to Secretary of Defense.
Letter of Hon. Paul H. Douglas to Hon. Maurice Stans, Director, Bureau
of the Budget.
Letter of Hon. Paul H. Douglas to Paul Upham.
Letter of Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower to Hon. Clifton Woodrum.
Letter of Frank P. Green, executive vice president, Fayette R. Plumb, Inc.,
Philadelphia, Pa., to committee..
Letter of Hon. R. C. Lanphier, Jr., Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense
(Supply and Logistics) to Hon. John W. McCormack..
Letters and enclosures of Philip Leboutillier, Jr., Acting Assistant Secretary
of Defense (Supply and Logistics) to chairman.-
Letters of Hon. John W. McCormack to chairman, and enclosures- 429, 477
Letters of Hon. John W. McCormack, to Hon. Maurice Stans, Director of
the Bureau of the Budget-
Letters of Hon. John W. McCormack to Secretary of Defense..
475, 491, 497, 500
Letters of Hon. Perkins McGuire, Assistant Secretary of Defense (Supply
and Logistics) to chairman..
365, 467, 565
Letter of Hon. Perkins McGuire to Hon. John W. McCormick 476, 489, 492
Letter of C. P. Milne, Acting Assistant Secretary of Defense (Supply and
Logistics) to Chairman.
Letter of Carl F. Oechsle, Assistant Secretary of Commerce, to chairman,
Letter of R. Palmer, Snap-on-Tools Corp., Kenosha, Wis., to committee. 512
Letter of T. P. Pike, Assistant Secretary of Defense (Supply and Logistics)
to Hon. R. Walter Riehlman...
Letter of Philip A. Ray, Acting Secretary of Commerce, to chairman.
Letter of Hon. Raymond J. Saulnier, Chairman, Council of Economic
Advisers, to Hon. Thomas B. Curtis.
Letters of John M. Sprague, Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense, to
chairman, and enclosures -
Letter of Howard L. Stier, Federal Statistics Users' Conference, to chair- Page
Letter of Hon. Stuart Symington to Hon. Neil H. McElroy, Secretary of
Letter of R. Maxwell Tinsley, Washington, D.C., to committee.
Letter of Hon. Harry S. Truman to Hon. Jerome C. Hunsaker, Chairman,
National Advisory Committee for Aeronautics.
Letter of John H. Windsor, president, the Bridgeport Hardware Manufac-
turing Corp., Bridgeport, Conn., to the committee...
Limitations on use of stock funds of the Department of the Air Force. 376
Magnitude of Department of Defense support activities.
Miscellaneous papers relating to transportation costs in the Department of
Miscellaneous papers on surplus property and stock fund operations relat-
Names of former Secretaries of Detense, including Under Secretaries and
Assistant Secretaries who have been in the Department of Defense and
are now employed by companies now listed among the top 100 compa-
nies doing business with the Department of Defense--
New unified food supply system announced by Defense Department, news
Number of items in general supplies -
Percent distribution of inventories of General Supplies Study Model Among
Reported savings in the Department of Defense supply systems, extension
of remarks of Hon. John W. McCormack_
Service participation in single department procurement
Single manager plans...
Status of recommendation for a single-contract audit agency
Stock fund operations-in General Supplies Study Model
Summary of financial inventory management of the General Supplies Study
Summary of item commodity-
Summary of item commonality in general supplies study model as of Sep-
tember 4, 1959..
Surplus canvas duck, webbing and tape from military supply depots. 515
Surplus property actions-fiscal years 1957–59.
Title II of the Federal Property Act of 1949.
Transfers of excess property--
Transportation of household goods of uniformed personnel by Motor Van
Unification of military procurement and supply, extension of remarks of
Hon. Thomas B. Curtis.