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COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS

JOHN GLENN, Ohio, Chairman SAM NUNN, Georgia

WILLIAM V. ROTH, JR., Delaware CARL LEVIN, Michigan

TED STEVENS, Alaska JIM SASSER, Tennessee

WILLIAM S. COHEN, Maine DAVID PRYOR, Arkansas

THAD COCHRAN, Mississippi JOSEPH I. LIEBERMAN, Connecticut JOHN MCCAIN, Arizona DANIEL K. AKAKA, Hawaii

ROBERT F. BENNETT, Utah BYRON L. DORGAN, North Dakota

Leonard Weiss, Staff Director

Lawrence B. Novey, Counsel
Franklin G. Polk, Minority Staff Director and Chief Counsel

Michal Sue Prosser, Chief Clerk

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Opening statements:

Senator Glenn

Senator Levin

Senator Lieberman

Senator Stevens

Prepared statements:

Senator Lieberman ..........

Senator Cochran ............
Senator Cohen ....................

WITNESSES

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29, 1994

Hon. Charles E. Grassley, U.S. Senator from the State of Iowa ...............

Hon. Don Nickles, U.S. Senator from the State of Oklahoma .......
Hon. Christopher Shays, Representative in Congress from the State of Con-

necticut .......................................................................
Hon. Dick Swett, Representative in Congress from the State of New Hamp-

shire ............................................................

Hon. Robert Smith, U.S. Senator from the State of New Hampshire ................

Norman Ornstein, Resident Scholar, American Enterprise Institute

Thomas Mann, Director of Governmental Studies, Brookings Institution

Nelson Lund, Associate Professor of Law, George Mason University School

of Law

Harriett G. Jenkins, Director, Office of Senate Fair Employment Practices,

accompanied by Carl D. Moore, Deputy Director ..........

Michael Davidson, Legal Counsel, U.S. Senate .........

Robert P. Murphy, Acting General Counsel, General Accounting Office ............

Ben C. Wimberly, General Counsel, Office of the Architect of the Capitol,

accompanied by J. Raymond Carroll, Director of Engineering ..............

John J. Kominski, General Counsel, Library of Congress ...........

Anthony J. Zagami, General Counsel, Government Printing Office, accom-

panied by Francis W. Biden, Director of Congressional, Legislative, and

Public Affairs ...........

Joseph Swerdzewski, General Counsel, Federal Labor Relations Authority

H. Berrien Zettler, Acting Director of Compliance Programs, OSHA

William Gross, Acting Assistant Administrator, Wage and Hour Division,

Employment Standards Administration ....

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Lund, Nelson:

Testimony .....

Prepared statement ..........

Mann, Thomas:

Testimony .........

Murphy, Robert P.:

Testimony ......

Prepared statement

Nickles, Hon. Don:

Testimony

Prepared statement ...........

Ornstein, Norman:

Testimony ...........

Shays, Hon. Christopher:

Testimony ....

Prepared statement ..........

Smith, Hon. Robert:

Testimony ......

Prepared statement ...

Swerdzewski, Joseph:

Testimony

Swett, Hon. Dick:

Testimony

Prepared statement

Wimberly, Ben C.:

Testimony ..............

Prepared statement

Zagami, Anthony J.:

Testimony ...............

Prepared statement

Zettler, H. Berrien:

Testimony ................

Prepared statement ..........

APPENDIX

Bills

S. 29, the Omnibus Congressional Compliance Act of 1993, introduced

by Sen. McCain (Jan. 21, 1993) ...........
S. 103, the Congressional and Presidential Accountability Act, introduced

by Sen. Nickles (Jan. 21, 1993)
S. 579, the Equity for Congress Act, introduced by Sen. Smith (Mar.

11, 1993) .........

S. 1824, title III, the Congressional Coverage Act, as reported by the

Committee on Rules and Administration (July 1, 1994) .....

S. 2071, the Congressional Accountability Act, introduced by Sen.

Lieberman ("Lieberman-Grassley bill") (May 4, 1994) ....

S. 2194, the Architect of the Capitol Human Resources Act, introduced

by Sen. Mikulski (June 15, 1994) .............

Statement of Senator Thad Cochran .........

Statement of Senator William S. Cohen .......

Prepared statements of witnesses in order of appearance

Statement of Senator Barbara A. Mikulski ......

Statement of Gail Del Balzo, General Counsel, Congressional Budget Office ...

Statement of Paul Starr, General Counsel, Office of Technology Assessment ...

Statment of David C. Frederick, Counsel, Congressional Process Committee,

American Bar Association .........

Statement of Susan Manes, Vice President for Issue Development, Common

Cause .................................................................................................................

Responses of certain witnesses to questions of Senator Cochran

General Accounting Office

Senate Legal Counsel

John J. Kominski, General Counsel, Library of Congress ...........

Joseph Swerdzewski, General Counsel, Federal Labor Relations Author-

ity ..

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George M. White, Architect of the Capitol ....

Anthony J. Zagami, General Counsel, U.S. Government Printing Office ....

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Substitute text for H.R. 3801, Subtitle C, the Congressional Accountability

Act, submitted by Rep. Shays and Rep. Swett, with their statement, to
the Senate Committee on Governmental Affairs (June 29, 1994)
Summary of substitute text .....................

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Substitute text ............
Senate Managers' Amendment to H.R. 4822, intended to be offered on the
Senate floor by Sen. Glenn (October 1994)1

Summary of Managers Amendment ...
Text of Managers Amendment ....

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1 The Senate Managers Amendment was drafted as an amendment in the nature of a substitute to H.R. 4822, as that bill was reported (Senate report No. 103–397) by the Senate Committee on Governmental Affairs on October 3, 1994.

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