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Table 2.Legislative Reorganization Act of 1970 1—-Continued

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Table 3.-Congressional Budget and Impoundment Control Act of 1974

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Timetable ....

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Adoption of first concurrent resolution 31
Matters to be included in joint state-

ment of managers; reports by com-
mittees ....

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First concurrent resolution

on the budget must be adopted before legislation providing new budget authority,

spending authority, changes in revenues or public debt limit is considered

31 Permissible revisions of concurrent resolutions on the budget...

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Provisions relating to the considera-

tion of concurrent resolutions on the
budget

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Legislation dealing with congressional

budget must be handled by budget
committees ...

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House committee action on all appro-

priation bills to be completed before

first appropriation bill is reported ..... 31 Reports, summaries, and projections of congressional budget actions....

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Completion of action on bills providing

new budget authority and certain
new spending authority...

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Second required concurrent resolution
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New budget authority, new spending

authority, and revenue legislation
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NONSTATUTORY STANDING ORDERS NOT EM-
BRACED IN THE RULES, AND RESOLUTIONS
AFFECTING THE BUSINESS OF THE SENATE

COMMITTEE PERSONNEL AND EXPENDITURE REPORTS

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Resolved, that the Senate shall not (1) authorize the 60.1 payment from the contingent fund of the Senate of the expenses, in excess of $5,000, of any inquiry or investigation here after authorized, or (2) increase the amount heretofore authorized to be paid from the contingent fund of the Senate in connection with any inquiry or investigation, unless, prior to adoption of the resolution authorizing such payment or providing for such increase, the committee or subcommittee thereof authorized to conduct such inquiry or investigation shall have submitted to the Committee on Rules and Administration 1 a budget, in such form as the committee may require, setting forth its estimates of expenses proposed to be incurred for personal services, hearings, and travel, and such other information as the committee may require.

SEC. 2.2 Whenever the head of any department or 60.2 agency of the Government shall have detailed or assigned personnel of such department or agency to the staff of any Senate committee or subcommittee thereof, the appropriations of such department or agency from which the personnel so assigned or detailed is paid shall be reimbursed from funds available to the committee or subcommittee at the end of each quarterly period in the amount of the salaries of such personnel while on such detail or assignment; and the services of any personnel so detailed or assigned shall not be accepted or utilized unless, at the time of such detail or assignment, funds are available to such committee or subcommittee for the reimbursement of

1 As amended, S. Jour. 173, 80-1, Mar. 28, 1947.

2 See also paragraph 4 of rule XXVII of the Standing Rules of the Senate, Senate Manual section 27.4.

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