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PUBLIC LAW 93-000—MMMM. DD, 1973

PUBLIC LAW 93-10-MAR. 15, 1973

Transmittal dates.

Copies, transmittal to Comptroller General.

P u b l i c a t i o n in Federal R e g i s t e r.

Effective date.

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during the periods specified in such subsection containing the following information with respect to each impoundment: " (1) the amount of the funds impounded; " (2) the date on which the funds were ordered to be impounded; " (3) the date the funds were impovmded; "(4) any department or establishment of the Government to which such impounded funds would have been available for obligation except for such impoundment; "(5) the period of time during which the funds are to be impounded; "(6) the reasons for the impoundment; and "(7) to the maximum extent practicable, the estimated fiscal, economic, and budgetary effect of the impoundment. "(b) The reports transmitted pursuant to subsection (a) for the second, third, and fourth periods of a fiscal year shall also contain the following information: "(1) any revisions in the information transmitted with respect to any impoundment for any prior period of the fiscal year, and "(2) a cumulative statement, by program, activity, or project and by the department or establishment of the Government, of impoundments since the beginning of the fiscal year, including impoundments during the period for which the report is transmitted. "(c) The first report for any fiscal year shall be transmitted on or before October 15 of such year and shall cover the period through September 30 of such year. The second and third reports for any fiscal year shall be submitted on or before the fifteenth and ninetieth days, respectively, after the submission of the Budget for such fiscal year and shall cover the periods through the date of the submission of the Budget and seventy-five days after such date, respectively. The fourth report for any fiscal year shall be submitted on or before July 15 following the close of such fiscal year and shall cover the remainder of the fiscal year. If on the day of transmittal of any report pursuant to subsection (a), the Senate or the House of Representatives, or both, are not in session, the Secretary of the Senate or the Clerk of the House of Representatives is authorized to receive such report for the Senate or the House of Representatives, as the case may be. " (d) The President shall transmit to the Comptroller General of the United States a copy of each report transmitted pursuant to subsection (a) on the same day on which such report is transmitted to the Congress. "(e) Each report transmitted pursuant to subsection (a) shall be printed in the first issue of the Federal Register published after the date on which such report is transmitted." SEC. 4. This joint resolution shall be effective March 1, 1973. Approved March 8, 1973.

Public Law 93-10 JOINT RESOLUTION March 15, 1973 [H. J. R e s. 334] To provide for the designation of the second full c a l e n d a r week in March 1973 as ••National Employ the Older W o r k e r Week".

National Employ the Older Worker Week. Designation authorization.

Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the President is authorized and requested to issvie a proclamation designating the second full calendar week in March of 1973 as "National Employ the Older Worker Week'", and calling upon employer and employee organizations, other organizations officially concerned with employment, and