Five-percent Increase in Certain Annuities: Hearing, Ninety-first Congress, First Session, on H.R. 15024 ... December 5, 1969
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Post Office and Civil Service. Subcommittee on Retirement, Insurance, and Health Benefits
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1970 - United States - 29 pages
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5-percent 5-percent increase action additional advantage affected agencies already amend announced annuity annuity increase appear applied authorized base believe benefit bill Budget Bureau Chairman Civil Service Commission civilian closed committee Congress consider consideration correct cost cost-of-living adjustment cost-of-living increase DANIELS December decision Department of Defense Director DULSKI elect eligible eliminated employees employment enactment estimate extend fact factor fund future give going Government HOGAN House introduced involuntarily separated involuntary January JONES KELLEY kind legislation lower ment month morning notice November October 29 October 31 OFFICE opportunity percent cost-of-living period person position Post present problem prompt proposed qualify question reasonable receive recommend reduction in force referred retirement RUDDOCK SCOTT Secretary of Defense Senate similar situation statement subcommittee talking testimony Thank trying United States Code voluntary
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Page 28 - In view of that response, how many people do you believe will be affected by the legislation in question? Mr. JONES. I very much doubt whether there will be more than a handful, outside of the Department of Defense, who will be affected. Mr. DANIELS. Mr. Jones, 1 want to thank you.
Page 1 - The proposal is part of the Department of Defense Legislative Program and the Bureau of the Budget has advised that there is no objection from the standpoint of the Administration's Program to the submission of this proposal. It is recommended that the proposal be enacted. The proposal would authorize a five percent...