Deactivation of Military Installations, 87-1 Sept 15, Oct 3, 1961
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1961 - 85 halaman
Considers S. 1892 and identical S. 2039, to authorize Commerce Dept to conduct studies on economic effects of deactivating military installations in areas where unemployment is high. Oct. 3 hearing was held in New Brunswick, N.J.
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Halaman 72 - The Bureau of the Budget advised there would be no objection to the submission of this report from the standpoint of the administration's program. Sincerely yours, EDWARD GUDEMAN, Under Secretary of Commerce.
Halaman 4 - ... already taken steps to have 73 domestic and foreign installations discontinued as excess to our needs now and at any time in the future; and studies are continuing now to identify additional facilities which are surplus to our requirements. I am well aware that in many cases these actions will cause hardships to the communities and individuals involved. We cannot permit these actions to be deferred; but the Government will make every practicable effort to alleviate these hardships, and I have...
Halaman 17 - I wish to thank you for giving me this opportunity to appear before this committee to express the views of the Mail Contractors' Association, with respect to enactment of a new law to be known as: The Transportation Act of 1963.
Halaman 18 - Chairman") , and nine other members, one of whom shall be designated by and represent each of the following, respectively : the Secretary of the Interior, the Secretary of Agriculture, the Secretary of Commerce, the Secretary of Labor, the Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare, the Secretary of the Army, the Housing and Home Finance Administrator, the Director of the Office of Economic Opportunity, and the board of directors of the Tennessee Valley Authority.
Halaman 6 - ... prior to a decision to curtail or discontinue, which would be of great use in later planning. This information which bears on the decision would include : (a) A full description of the Installation, showing the functions performed, facilities involved, and the military and civilian employees affect. ( 6 ) The military or strategic factors bearing on the decision. (c) The financial considerations involved. (d) To the extent known, the possibilities for subsequent use of facilities involved by...
Halaman 5 - I would like to submit a copy of this document for the record and briefly summarizes the points here: 1.
Halaman 6 - The impact on the community including such data as the size of the community, and any known alleviating factors such as other Government activities moving into the community, plans of private industry for facilities in the community, and major procurements expected for facilities in the community, and major procurements expected in the area by any Government agency. (/) All pertinent facts relating to the necessity to discontinue or curtail activities at the installation as opposed to those at another...