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1. Currant Sarvioaa Iaoraaaa

2 . Within -grada Znoraaaaa/Proaotioaa



B. Prioo Laval Changaa

1. Traval

2. Bill* of Lading

3. Contractual Mail Sarvioaa

4. Rant. Co— iniliiat Inna. and Otilitiaa

5. Printing and Reproduction
C. Coaputar Sarvioa Chargaa

7 . Coat of Paha Sold 4 Surplus Pnba

t. Misoallanaoua Sarvioaa

9. Othar Contractual Sarvioaa

10. Suppliaa and Matariala

C. Program Typa Changaa

1. Legislation

2. Workload

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e. Rant, Coaaunioationa C Otilitioa

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SALES OF POBLICATIOES OPtRATIOHS



IXFUkHATIOH Or CHAISES SHOWS OB SCHEDULE C



A. MANDATORY CHAISES 1 Staff | Amount ($000)

1. to— 11— 4 effect of a currant ••rvio«i increase | | 251

for FY 19 94. I 1

2. Within-grada Incree.e* /Promotion* to be I 1 22

granted daring FY 1993. 1 1


B. PRICE LEVEL CHAISES 1 Staff | Amount (9000)

1. It... 1-10 1 1 1,798

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C. PROGRAM TYPE CHAISES I Staff | Amount ($000)

1. Legislation 1 1

2. Workload 1 1 545

2a. Staff Laval Decrea.e I («) 1 (380)

Staff level decrease* will ba effected | 1
through normal rat iramant and attrition . | 1

2b. Travel and Tranaportatlon 1 1 (11)

Tha daoraaaa la a nat of a pi armed I 1
Inoraaaa of $16,000 for Investigation* and | I
inspection*, and a daoraaaa In deliveries | 1
of $27,000. 1 1

2c. Rant, Communication*, and Dtilitia* I I C9

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by an Inoraaaa In ganaral • ala* poatago . I I

2d. Printing and Reproduction 1 1 (40)

A moderate daoraaaa la anticipated In tha | I
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2a. Other Service* 1 1 1,417

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services , depreciation, and administrative | 1
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2f . Supplie* and materiel. 1 1 (510)

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material* and aappllaa , and aicrooomput er | |
hardware and aooaaaorlaa . 1 1

3. Equipment, Alteration* , Repair* Eta. | I * e

3a. Engineering Service Charge* | 1 6e

A moderate increase In activity over 1993 | 1
la projaotad. 1 1



IV-13



1170



Schedule D



Revolving Fund

Salaa of Publication* Oparationa

Summary of Estimated Bxpanaaa

FY 1994 Budget Estimate





CALCULATION


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Propoaed Changes for FY 1994

Mandatory Fay and Related Coata
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Program Typa Changes

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657 |
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Schedule C



Revolving Fund
Agency Distribution Sirvlc*
Detailed Analysis of Changes



Estimated Expenses, 1993

I . Adjust— nta to Basa

A. Mandatory Pay and Balatad Costs

1. Currant Services Increase

2. Within -grade Increases/Promotions

B. Price Laval Changes

1. Transportation of Things

2 . Of flea and Storage Space

3. Bant, fr— indications £ Otilitiaa

4. Administrative Printing

5. Computer Service Charges

6. Administrative Support Services

7. Materials and Supplies

8 . Other Expanses

C. Program Typa Changes

1. Legislation

2. Workload

a. Staff Laval Increase

b. Of flea and Storaga Space

c. Bant, Communications, i. Utilities

d. Computer Service Charges
a. Supplies and Materials
f. Other Bxpanaas

3. Equipment. Alterations , Repairs. Etc
a. Engineering Service Charges

II. Nat Increase/Decrease from 1993 Estimate
III. Total Estimated Expanaea. 1994



I CALCULATION OF BASE




1 1 AMOUNT




I STAFF | ($000)




1 76 |


5,973


1 1994 ESTIMATE


1 I AMOUNT




I STAFF | ($000)




1 1


110


1 1


89


___


21


1 1


142


1 1


2


1 1


16


1 1


66


1 1


3


1 1


14


1 1


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1 1


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37


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1 — 1


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273


1 76 |


6.246





IV-17



1174



AGENCY DISTRIBUTION SERVICES



A.


EXPLANATION OF CHANGES SHOWN ON SCHEDULE C
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MANDATORY CHANGES Staff Amount (WOO)


1.


Annualized effect of a current services increase
for FY 1994.


...


89


2.


Wi thin-grade Increases/Promotions to be
granted during FY 1993.


izi::i:ei

Staff


21
Amount (SOOO)


B.


PRICE LEVEL CHANGES


1.
C.


teas 1-8
A saall 3X to 4X increase is projected.


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142


PROGRAM TYPE CHANGES


Staff


Amount (SOOO)


1.


Legislation


...





2.


Workload




12


2a


Staff Level Increase
No additional FTEs are planned.


...





2b


Office and Storage Space
Rental rates will continue to increase, but
the use of facilities will be controlled.


...


(9)


2c.


Rent, Communications, and Utilities
Economies in sailing costs will be effected
where possible.


...


(65)


2d.


Computer Service Charges
Additional computer services expected
in 1994 in order to enhance efficiency
of operations.




68


2e.


Other Expenses
Depreciation expense will increase in FY 1994.




37


2f.
3.


Supplies and Materials

Computer equipment purchases are expected
to decrease in FY 1994.

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(19)

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9


3a.


Engineering Service Charges

Normal maintenance requirements will cause
a saall increase.




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IV- 18



1175



Schedule D



Revolving Fund
Agency Distribution Service
PY 1994 Budget Estimate





CALCULATION


or BASE






STATT |


AMOONT
<»000)




Estimated Expenses, 1993


76 |




5,973


Proposed Changaa Cor rt 1994

Mandatory Pay and Related Costa
Price Level Changaa
Program Typa Changaa

Legislation

Workload

Equipment. Altaratlona, Repair a. Etc.


1




110
142


12

9


Total Propoaad Changaa


1




273


rt 1994 Estimated Expenses


76 |




6.246



IV-19



1176

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GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE



AGENCr DISTRIBUTION SERVICE



[In thousands of ddun)
Total revenue...


HVxtat
5.913


1913 b!

5.973


DM a
6.246


Expenses


1.900

341

2

94
214
176

1.S98
161
721
161

5.661


2.079

350

8

67



416

1.716

73

1.107

157

5.973


2.169
370


Personnel benefits


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Transnortatnn of things
Renlil Payments to GSA


1

69



424


Rental payments lo others


Communications, utilities, and miscellaneous charge

Pmtmj and reprodudon _

Other services

Supplies and materials . ...


1.716

73

1.273

144




6.246




Net operating loss (-)


245







Total Revenue and Expense (in thousands of dollars)



ttortcaurcn 04-4505-4-4-808


1992 aaa


1993 b)


1994 est


0101 Revenue


938 719


960 .295
-958.221

2.074


968 509


0102 Lipases ._ _


. . _. 944 309


968 509




- 5.590




0109 Net name or loss ( - )










Financial Condition


(in thousands of dollars)






loMfaWi cak 04-4505-0-4-808


1991 art* 199? actual


1993 est


1994 est



Assarts:

fund balance with Treasury and cash
10.00 fund balance with Treasury 131.405 105.975 104,553 91.661

Accounts receivable
11.00 federal agencies 199.872

11.10 Pubuc ...... 3J40

1199 Subtotal, accounts 'ecervar* 203.212

InventoneS-

13.10 Products or service co mponent s 36.167

Property, plant, and equipment
1600 Structures, laoiities. and leasehold m

provonents 47.455

16.20 AW software 970

16J0 EqunmBit 74.775

1670 Land 9.562

16.80 Allowances. -81.915

1699 Subtotal, property plant, and

equvjmeni 50,847

Other assets
1740 Other 7tt

1999 Total assets 422.419

UaeaMts

Accounts payable

20 00 federal apneas 23.983

2010 P»bhc._. 59.525

2099 Subtotal, accounts payable 83.508

22 99 Accrued payroll and benefits... _... 15.287

2399 Accurued annual leave 10.723

Unearned revenue (advances)

24 00 Federal atencaes 160

24 10 Pubac 31.624

2499 Subtotal, unearned revenue (ad-
vances) 31.78!

2110 Other haWrbes 825

29.99 Total Wattes 142.127

tm*r

Revohmt hmdequrty
Revotunf hind balances

3200 Appropriated capital 109.307 109.307 109.307

3210 Cumulative resits 170.713 165.123 167.197

32 JO Donatns 272 221 in

32 99 Subtotal, revorvmf fund balances 280.292 274 658 276.692 276.652

3999 Total equrty 2M.2M 274.651 276.(92 276,652



209.166
3.140


219.931
3.302

223.233


221.842
3.300


212.306


225.142


33.233


32.901


32.572


48.768

1.414

80.298

9.562

-87.436


S0.330

1.459

82.870

13.062

-89.930


52.861

1.500

93.570

16.062

-93.500


52.606


57.791


70.493


2.322


336


342


406 442


418.814


470710


16.229
59.505


20.400
59.600

80000

17.744
12.000


20.000
60.000


75.734
8.266
12.156


80.000
16.000
12.000


1716
32.966


968

30.810


1.000
33.458


3<.l!>
1.446


31.'78
1.100


34.458
1.100



131.784 142.122 143.558



109 307
167.197

148



1178
GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE

Object Classification (in thousands of dollars)

MMtatoR code O4-4505-O-4-808 1992 actual 1993 est 1994 est

Personnel compensation:

11.1 Full-time permanent 165,358

11.3 Other than full-time permanent 580

11.5 Other personnel compensation 22,000



11.9 Total personnel compensation 187,938

12.1 Civilian personnel benefits 35,237

21.0 Travel and transportation of persons 368

22.0 Transportation of things „ 3,518

23.1 Rental payments to GSA _ 3,448

23.2 Rental payments to others 3.941

23.3 Communications, utilities, and miscellaneous charges 21.108

24.0 Printing and reproduction „ 610,857

25.1 Consulting services „ „ ™. 15

25.2 Other services 15.633

26.0 Supplies and materials 51,557

31.0 Equipment .._ 7.573

32.0 Land and structures



161.743


157.266


600


623


23.800


24.065


186,143


181.954


37,825


38.137


486


518


3.393


3.482


3.108


3.216


4.340


4.309


20.474


20.967


617.657


633.241


25


35


15,859


17.538


59,074


62.042


6.703


15.381


3.500


3,000



99.9 Total obligations...- _ _....» 941.193 958.587 983.820

Personnel Summary

Total compensable workyears:

Full-time equivalent employment 4.691 4.458 4,395

Full-time equivalent of overtime and holiday hours 220 213 215

[Clerk's note.— The Program and Finance and Object Class tables reflect the budget justifications as submitted to the
Subcommittee. Please check Appendix to the President's FY94 Budget for any changes that may be made subsequent to the
January 1993 submission to the Subcommittee.]



1179



OFFICE OF SUPERINTENDENT OF DOCUMENTS - SUMMARY OF WORKLOAD

(In thousands)

1992 1993 1994
Actual • Estimate Estimate

Number of sales orders:

Other sales 854 859 866

Consumer information sales 356 400 400

Number of orders for free consumer

information 1,618 2,000 2.000

Letters of inquiry 204 222 231

Number of publications sold:

Other sales 24,489 24,289 23,781

Consumer information sales 1,898 2,030 2,030

Electronic product sales 7 27 64

Publications distributed on a
reimbursable basis:

Free consumer information 19,779 20,500 20,500

Other reimbursable distribution 28,596 20,806 20,807

Federal Register Program copies

distributed 9,534 9,618 9,718

Publications distributed on a by-law

basis 4,313 4,774 4,811

Publications distributed to
depository libraries:

Other distribution 33,466 28,766 26,801

Electronic product distribution. ... 96 159 214

Publications distributed for

International Exchange 1,445 700 700

Publications cataloged and indexed. . . 32 35 52

Number of Depository Libraries

(Unrounded).... 1,405 1,419 1,433

* Numbers are rounded to the nearest thousand.



OFFICE OF SUPERINTENDENT OF DOCUMENTS - BOOKSTORE PROGRAM
REVENUE AND EXPENSE
FISCAL YEAR 1992



Bookstore



Revenue



Expenses



Surplus/
(Loss)



Main

McPherson Square.

Atlanta

Birmingham

Boston

Chicago

Cleveland ,

Columbus ,

Dallas

Denver ,

Detroit

Houston

Jacksonville. . . .

Kansas City

Los Angeles

Milwaukee

New York

Philadelphia. . . .

Pittsburgh

Portland

Pueblo

San Francisco. . .
Seattle



$1,626,171


SI, 186. 786


$439,385


877,422


668,911


208,511


567,248


553,934


13.314


309,645


313.106


(3,461)


582,864


570,349


12,515


591,597


570,439


21,158


273.663


323.522


(49,859)


415,083


452.597


(37,514)


607,515


525,569


81,946


410,711


363,814


46,897


331,416


363.438


(32,022)


750.524


543,712


206,812


769.194


567.516


201.678


637,069


644.872


(7.803)


1.216,293


976.198


240,095


303,108


307.870


(4,762)
(8.367)


592.988


601.355


458.889


454,834


4,055


390,573


360,399


30,174


444,691


456.018


(11.327)


651.313


492.826


158.487


551,082


559.783


(8.701)
174,946


863,360


688.414



Total $14,222,419 $12,546,262 $1,676,157



IV-20



1180



GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
PERSONNEL STATISTICS



GPO programs are supported by various GPO organizations.
Therefore, human resources can be viewed from either an
organizational structure perspective or from a program
perspective. GPO' s primary organizational components are:
Executive Offices, Chief Financial Officer, Procurement
Services, Production Services, Customer Services, and
Superintendent of Documents. GPO's primary programs are
Printing and Binding Operations, Sales of Publications,
Agency Distribution Services, and programs funded by the
Salaries and Expenses (S&E) Appropriation. On-board
statistics are relevant only to GPO's organizational
structure. Full-time equivalent (FTE) data is prepared for
each organization and is distributed by program according to
various program distribution allocations in order to
calculate FTE data by program. FTE levels are generally
below on-board levels because of employees on leave without
pay and employees on part-time or intermittent schedules.

Human resources are the most important GPO assets. They
represent the largest portion of controllable costs, and are
the single most significant factor in generating revenue and
providing GPO's products and services. Total FTE levels
declined by 947, or 16.4 percent, over the 9-year period from
1983 to 1992. FTE levels are projected to decline by an
additional 293, or 6.1 percent, from 1992 to 1994, primarily
as a result of a proposed retirement incentive program for
supervisors and managers.



V-l



1181



GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
FULL-TIME EQUIVALENT BUDGET



Program:

P&B Opns

Sales

Agency Dist. . .

Rev . Fund . . .

By-Law

Cat. & Ind. . . .

Dep. Lib

Int. Exch

S&E

Total

Unfunded*

Ceiling









Change in FTE's


FY92


FY93


FY94


FY92-FY93


FY93-94


3,940

675

76


3,725

657

76


3,668

651

76


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-18



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4,691


4,458


4,395


-233


-63


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94

2


6
38
95

3


6
38
95

3


3
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139


142


142


3





4,830
170


4,600
350


4,537
413


-230
180


-63

63


5,000


4,950


4,950


-50






♦Unfunded FTE's are authorized within GPO's ceiling for
unanticipated requirements, but are unfunded in the budget plan.



EMPLOYEES ON BOARD AS OF SEPT.
AND FTE'S FOR FISCAL YEAR



30



FY:


FTE's


On Board


1983


5,777


5,815


1984


5,582


5,628


1985


5,382


5,457


1986


5,225


5,300


1987


5,097


5,176


1988


5,078


5,156


1989


5,003


5,080


1990


4,947


5,049


1991


4,848


4,931


1992


4,830


4,965



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1182



SUMMARY Of EMPLOYEES IT TYPE OF WORK- -AS OF SEPTEMBER 10.



1969 1990 1991 1992



White collir worker*. Including edainistrstlve,

professional, technical, and clerical 2.381 2.442 2.345 2,171

Slue collar workers:

Journeyman craftsaen:

Printer. 480 434 454 449

lookblndar* 148 1S1 131 121

Cylinder pressaan IS 6 15 IS

Offset photographers 12 ° 9 13

Offset plateaaker strippers 57 49 49 57

Offset pressaan 51 57 58 54

Offset strippers 110 101 96 98

Subtotal 873 787 812 807

Oim Telecoa. Install/Repair •- — — 2

Engineering service craftsaen 140 132 134 136

Total Journeymen craftsaen 1,013 919 946 945

Trainees 53 106 82 89

Printing plant workers 1,049 1,025 1,031 1,032

Bindery workers 80 75 62 59

Federal wage systea 90 98 96 92

Preaiuarstes , 348 355 338 343

Under Journeymen 66 29 31 34

Total blue collar workers 2,699 2.607 2,586 2,594

Total employees 5.080 5.049 4.931 4.965



SUfURT OF EMPLOYEES BT 0SGAJUZATIO*

Executive Offices 75 71 62 57

Chief Financial Officer 965 960 945 929

Procureaent Services: '

Central Procureaent !. 224 228 225 224

Regional Printing and Procureaent 468 481 459 353

Materials Hanegeaent Service 193 196 191 194

Production Services:

Ouallt Control and Techtnical Dept 40 39 38

Product Ion Oepertaent 1.921 1.829 1,831 1,979

Custoaer Services »1 *" *« *«*

Superintendent of Documents °13 °«o »« *7

Grand total 5,080 5.049 4,931 4.965



V-3



COPYRIGHT ROYALTY TRIBUNAL




9^5*'"



1825 Connection Avenue. N.W

Suite 918

Washington. DC 20009

(202) 606-4400

FAX 1202) 606-4407



December 22, 1992



The Honorable Vic Fazio, Chairman
Subcommittee on Legislative Branch
Committee on Appropriations
U.S. House of Representatives
Washington, DC 20515

Dear Chairman Fazio:

The Copyright Royalty Tribunal is pleased to submit its FY
1994 funding reguest of $1,028,000 of which $884,000 will be
derived from the royalty fee funds leaving a net regular bill
reguest of $144,000.

The FY 1994 budget reguest shows a net increase over FY 1993
of $117,000; the regular bill appropriation will account for
$14,000 of the total increase. The increase in salaries and
benefits reflect the 1993 pay raise, the 1994 projected ECI
adjustment, and within grade increases. Additionally, there are
two other significant increases. One, in the amount of $20,000,
for unemployment compensation; and the other, in the amount of
$10,000, is funding for a data base service in lieu of expenditures
to update the library. The Tribunal has also reguested increases
in funding for travel and transportation and meetings and
conferences. The remaining increases represent non-personnel goods
and services.

We estimate the FY 1994 workload will continue or surpass
levels of previous years due to additional Tribunal
responsibilities created by the recently enacted Audio Home
Recording Act.



Sincerely




Cindy S.
Chairman



(1183)



1184




1823 Connecticut Avenue. N.W

Suite 918

Washington. DC 20009

(202) 606-4400
FAX (202) 606-J407



COPYRIGHT ROYALTY TRIBUNAL



Salaries and Compensation

Personnel Benefits

Unemployment Compensation

Travel & Transportation

Meetings and Conferences

Postage

Local Telephone

Long Distance Telephone

Rental of Equipment

Rental of Space

Printing, Forms

Other Serve. , misc.

Serve, of Other Agencies, LOC

Tuition & Training

Griev & Arbitration

Maintenace & Repair to Equipment

Data Base Services

Office Supplies

Books & Library Materials

Equipment

Total CRT Budget
Less Transfer from Royalty Funds
Total Regular Bill Funds



FY 1993


FY 1994


$569,000


$606,000


135,000


152,000





20,000


500


3,000



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