Miscellaneous Bills: Hearing Before the Committee on Armed Services, United States Senate, Eighty-ninth Congress, First Session on H.R. 1805, Providing Permanent Authority Under which Naval Reserve Officers in the Grade of Captain Shall be Eligible for Consideration for Promotion when Their Running Mates are Eligible for Consideration for Promotion ; H.R. 3039, Authorizing the Secretary Concerning, Under Certain Conditions, to Make Payment of Pay and Allowances to Members of an Armed Force Under His Jurisdiction Before the End of the Pay Period for which Such Payment is Due ; H.R. 3041, to Exempt Certain Contracts with Foreign Contractors from the Requirements for an Examination-of-records Clause ; H.R. 8333, Providing for the Establishment of a Program of Cash Awards for Suggestions, Inventions, Or Scientific Achievements by Members of the Armed Forces which Contribute to the Efficiency, Economy, Or Other Improvement of Government Operations. September 2, 1965
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Considers. H.R. 8333, to authorize cash awards for suggestions, inventions, or scientific achievement by members of the uniformed services. H.R. 1805, to amend the Reserve Officer Personnel Act to authorize the Navy to select certain grades of Reserve captains for promotion to rear admiral. H.R. 3041, to amend the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act to exempt certain contracts with foreign vendors from certain auditing and accounting requirements. H.R. 3039, to authorize DOD to make advance payment of wages and salaries when dispursement schedules conflict with weekends or holidays.