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RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE PRESIDENT Executive, Legislative, and Judicial Salaries
Public Law 90-206, approved December 16, 1967, established the Commission on Executive, Legislative, and Judicial Salaries. The Commission is required to make recommendations to the President, at 4-year intervals, on the rates of pay for Senators, Representatives, Federal judges, Cabinet officers and other agency heads, and certain other officials in the executive, legislative, and judicial branches. The law requires that the President, in the budget next submitted by him after receipt of a report of the Commission, set forth his recommendations with respect to the exact rates of pay he deems advisable for those offices and positions covered by the law. The President's recommendations become effective 30 days following transmittal of the budget,^ unless in the meantime other rates have been enacted by law or at least one House of Congress has enacted legislation which specifically disapproves of all or part of the recommendations. At the request of the President, the first report of the Commission was submitted to him in December 1968. The report has been considered by the President and, in accordance with section 225(h) of Public Law 90-206, approved December 16, 1967, 81 Stat. 644, the President recommends the following rates of pay for executive, legislative, and judicial offices and positions within the purview of subsection -(f) of that section:
^ Transmitted January 15, 1969. Effective at the beginning of the first pay period which begins after the thirtieth day following the transmittal of such recommendations in the budget (Sec. 225(i)(1), Public Law 90-206). Published in accordance-"with sec. 225 (k) of Public Law 90-206.
81 Stat. 642. 2 USC 351-361.