The Statistical Agencies of the Federal Government: A Report to the Commission on Organization of the Executive Branch of the Government

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APPENDIX D
Expenditures on Statistics and Related Research, Analysis, and Service, Federal Civilian Agencies Year ended June 30, 1948
AGENCY
(1)
EXP. ON
STATISTICS
(INCL.
PRINTING)
(2)
STAT. EXP.
AS%
OF
TOTAL
AGENCY
BUDGETa
(3)
EXP. ON
PRINTING
AND
BINDINGBb
(4)
PRINTING
EXP. AS
% OF
STAT. EXP.
(5)
All civilian agencies$42,039,5100.7$1,211,3692.9
Public purpose collection agencies21,053,297--485,2312.3
Analysis & agencies4,985,092--166,3003.3
Administrative & regulatory agencies15,593,1210.5559,8383.6
Coordinating agency (Div. of Stat.
Standards)
373,000------
Stat. methods agency (Stat. Engi-
neering Lab., Nat. Bur of
Standards)
35,000------
Primarily public purpose collection21,053,297c--485,2312.3
Bur. of Census (Commerce)9,805,506d--164,0001.7
Bur. of Agr. Econ. Agriculture5,229,701e--107,0002.0
Bur. of Labor Stat. (Labor)4,277,904f--119,6812.8
Nat. Off. Vital Stat. (Public
Health Serv.)
1,005,386--39,7504.0
Bur. ofMines (Interior)734,800--54,8007.5
Primarily analysis & service4,985,092--166,3003.3
Off. of Internat. Trade (Commerce)1,786,420g--108,7006.1
Off. of Bus Econ. (Commerce)1,103,865--38,0003.4
Div. of Res. v Stat. (Fed. Res. Bd.)773, 210h------
Off. of Dom. Com. (Commerce)625,000i--11,0001.8
Council of Economic Advisers350,000--8,6002.5
Fiscal Div. ( Bur of Budget)295,997------
Off. of Technical Staff (Treasury)45,000j------
Div. of Tax Res. (Treasury)5,600k------
Primarily administrative & regulatory15,593,121l--559,8383.6
Prod. & Mktg. Adm. (Agriculure)2,718, 1029.37,9850.3
Weather Bureau (Commerce)1,617,0007.6110,0006.8
Public Health Serv. ( Fed. Sec.
Agcy.)
1,449,718m2.446,7003.2
Soc. Sec. Adm. ( Fed. Sec. Agcy)1,262,8083.543,4243.4
Forest Service (Agriculture)899,6281.69,0001.0
Interstate Commerce Commission692,784o6.569,41710.0
Housing & Finance Agcy.688,0001.950,0007.3
Corps of Engineers (Army)675,3240.6----
Agr. Res. Adm. (Agriculture)511,418p0.918,3163.6
Railroad Retirement Board323,000q3.1----
Employment Serv. ( Soc. Sec. Adm.)299,7158.120,0006.7
Tariff Commission257,700r22.49,5003.7
Federal Works Agency232,7000.04----
Federal Power Commission227,7505.839,65717.4

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