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104th Congress                                                 Document
                                SENATE
 2d Session                                                      104-18
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          SEMIANNUAL REPORT OF THE ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITOL

                             FOR THE PERIOD

                 October 1, 1995 through March 31, 1996

               PURSUANT TO SECTION 105(b), PUBLIC LAW 454

                         EIGHTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS

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 REPORT OF THE ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITOL, OCTOBER 1, 1995 THROUGH MARCH 
                                31, 1996



104th Congress                                                 Document
                                SENATE
 2d Session                                                      104-18
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                           SEMIANNUAL REPORT

                                 OF THE

                        ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITOL

                             FOR THE PERIOD

                 October 1, 1995 through March 31, 1996

               PURSUANT TO SECTION 105(b), PUBLIC LAW 454

                         EIGHTY-EIGHTH CONGRESS

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                          LETTER OF SUBMITTAL

                              ----------                              

                              The Architect of the Capitol,
                                     Washington, DC, June 18, 1996.
Hon. Al Gore,
President of the Senate.
    Sir. Pursuant to section 105(b) of Public Law 88-454, 
approved August 20, 1964, as amended by Public Law 94-303, 
approved June 1, 1976, I have the honor to submit herewith 
report of all expenditures during the period October 1, 1995 
through March 31, 1996, from moneys appropriated to the 
Architect of the Capitol.
            Respectfully,
                                   William L. Ensign, FAIA,
                                   Acting Architect of the Capitol.
    Enclosure.


                SALARIES, ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITOL, 1996

 Salaries of employees under the jurisdiction of the Architect of the 
         Capitol for the period Oct. 1, 1995 to Mar. 31, 1996.

William L. Ensign, assistant architect....................   $57,657.60
Daniel E. Hanlon, director of engineering.................    54,452.80
Emanuel E. Crupi, budget officer..........................    49,004.80
Herbert M. Franklin, executive officer....................    49,004.80
Charles K. Tyler, acting general counsel..................    47,435.20
W. Stuart Pregnall III, assistant budget officer..........    47,360.00
James E. Ellison, assistant to the assistant architect....    44,729.60
William B. Holmes, superintendent of construction.........    43,413.60
Scott B. Birkhead, head, air-conditioning engineer........    43,251.40
Richard M. Brandon, Sr., head, electronics engineering 
division..................................................    42,070.40
Richard N. Mueller, head, procurement division............    41,060.00
Howard L. Wagner, architectural engineer..................    40,163.71
Bruce T. Arthur, head, architectural division.............    39,735.81
Newell R. Anderson, structural engineer...................    38,835.20
John R. Weber, head, technical support section............    37,938.19
Arthur L. McIntye, auditor (internal).....................    36,787.20
John K. Brady, head, general engineering division.........    36,399.20
Charles E. Bowman III, safety officer.....................    36,099.19
Janis J. Johnson, assistant personnel officer.............    35,766.40
L. Gail Stanley, staff assistant..........................    35,766.40
Ronald B. Schenk, assistant head, electronics engineering 
division..................................................    35,729.28
Kenneth E. Lauziere, head, fire protection division.......    35,073.70
John T. Boertlein, Jr., accounting officer................    34,484.00
Wesley E. Mills, santitarian..............................    34,402.86
Patricia L. McPherson, assistant head, procurement 
division..................................................    33,722.40
Barbara A. Wolanin, museum curator........................    33,722.40
John S. Kirk, supervisory computer specialist.............    32,731.10
Charles L. Aquilina, elevator engineer....................    32,292.68
Stephen A. Dehanas, assistant head, technical support 
section...................................................    31,996.80
Elmer T. Simpers, electronics technical assistant foreman.    30,945.12
James G. Moore, assistant head elevator engineer..........    30,350.80
Betty A. Rouse, supervisory computer specialist...........    29,711,71
Bernard C. Otten, electronics mechanic foreman............    29,680.53
Joseph L. Adams, electronics engineer.....................    29,408,40
Lynda A. Poole, supervisory position classification 
specialist................................................    29,041.71
Richard C. Matullo, accounting officer....................    28,839.72
Jerry L. Phillips, electronics technician foreman.........    28,831.75
Kathleen H. Rohan, budget analyst.........................    28,532.80
Leo A. Long, administrative assistant.....................    28,366.40
Wanda H. Faux, supervisory staffing specialist............    28,251.63
Thomas J. Capelle, electronics technician foreman.........    27,973.16
Joseph F. Scuderi, electrical engineer....................    27,104.21
Jerome R. Ciango, personnel management specialist.........    26,904.80
Diana M. Decanio, supervisory personnel management 
specialist................................................    26,811.20
Adrienne E. Powers, interior design specialist............    26,696.44
Joseph M. Shelton, mechanical engineer technician.........    26,628.80
Gerald E. Ketchem, Sr., facility officer..................    26,344.89
John C. Moore, computer systems analyst...................    26,252.01
Daniel W. Coss, electronics technician assistant foreman..    25,880.99
Marc Tartaro, architectural draftsman.....................    25,867.36
Jay C. Bon, architectural draftsman.......................    25,350.84
Troy M. Smith, safety and occupational health specialist..    25,045.15
Jeffery A. Gilmore, air-conditioning engineer.............    24,978.18
John J. Britton, Jr., electronics technician..............    24,972.75
William L. Heburn, electronics technician foreman.........    24,919.83
Gladys E. Reid, personnel management specialist...........    24,816.28
Allen F. Reed, contract specialist........................    24,721.60
Scot Vantine, electronics technician......................    24,624.62
Georgia B. Harris, computer programmer analyst............    24,609.60
John J. Dugan, Jr., electronics technician foreman 
(evening).................................................    24,462.43
William C. Allen, architectural historian.................    24,445.60
Theresa M. Coleman, computer specialist...................    24,303.71
Terry L. Mabry, electronics technician foreman............    24,192.80
Michael L. Buck, computer systems analyst.................    24,117.35
Richelle L. Greene, personnel staffing specialist.........    24,114.35
Sally B. Guardia, hazardous waste materials specialist....    24,090.68
Stephan H. Chapman, computer specialist...................    24,070.45
Gregory A. Clark, inventory control specialist............    23,996.00
Michael J. Jackson, supervisory computer specialist.......    23,977.01
Rick A. Wilmoth, energy management control systems foreman    23,888.08
Ronald J. Honesty, electronics technician.................    23,481.64
Oswald G. Addison, Jr., safety and occupational health 
specialist................................................    23,270.40
James R. Jarboe, accountant...............................    23,270.40
Wayne L. Firth, supervisory photographer..................    22,981.08
David A. Pilkins, energy management contract system 
assistant foreman.........................................    22,681.20
Benjamin C. Wimberly, administrative assistant............    22,617.60
George M. White, architect of the capitol.................    22,568.32
Steven L. Miller, administrative technician...............    22,549.04
Karen G. Carre, personnel staffing specialist.............    22,544.80
Kathleen Freeman, employee development specialist.........    22,208.80
Mark A. Railsback, mechanical engineer....................    22,137.10
Monica S. Mielenz, accountant.............................    21,869.60
James B. Myers, supervisory records management specialist.    21,812.80
Janina Serafin, computer operator.........................    21,685.94
Juanita A. Castro, employee development specialist........    21,357.56
Anthony P. Thomas, electronics technician.................    21,024.74
Don H. Winfrey, electronics technician....................    20,953.72
Richard D. Martin, electronics technician.................    20,909.91
Warren I. Miller, electronics technician..................    20,763.28
Lloyd P. Smallwood, electronics technician................    20,733.18
Pamela Violante McConnell, museum specialist..............    20,721.60
Kelvin G. Humbles, electronics technician.................    20,718.52
James M. Murphy, electronics technician...................    20,678.10
Donald K. White, Jr., staff analyst.......................    20,652.06
Curtis P. Dyer, construction project estimator............    20,625.60
Patrick G. Hunt, procurement analyst......................    20,625.60
William B. Johnson, engineering technician................    20,434.40
Bernard D. Wilson, Jr., office services manager...........    20,434.40
C. Stephen Payne, photographer............................    20,170.42
Eric W. Paff, writer/editor...............................    20,024.80
Sarah H. Turner, archives specialist......................    20,024.80
Paul F. Baltrunas, electronics technician.................    19,950.19
Joseph W. Cunningham II, engineering technician...........    19,879.20
Cyril L. McLaughlin, electronics technician...............    19,731.97
Vardell C. Williams, electronics mechanic.................    19,640.79
Linda K. Burke, secretary.................................    19,556.80
Richard D. Farmer, assistant head, purchasing branch......    19,556.80
Roy M. Holmes, electronics industrial control mechanic....    19,386.37
Deborah M. Thomas, budget analyst.........................    19,306.15
Patrick G. Holson, electronics industrial control mechanic    19,151.26
Eileen E. Cusato, secretary...............................    18,983.20
Carl E. Loeffler, electronics technician..................    18,510.54
Marlene A. Sherman, contract specialist...................    18,343.20
Karen A. Riggles, electronics mechanic....................    18,249.09
Susan L. Gallagher, secretary.............................    18,053.60
Jennifer C. Leeth, secretary..............................    18,053.60
Mark E. Parker, electronics industrial control mechanic...    18,023.24
Scott L. Bieber, electronics industrial control mechanic..    18,006.59
Charlene A. Dugovich, supervisory accounting technician...    17,053.60
Elwin M. Lee, Jr., inventory management specialist........    16,976.80
Linda S. Ashby, secretary.................................    16,784.80
James M. Roof, purchasing clerk...........................    15,984.80
Michele L. Unger, electronics industrial control mechanic.    15,586.01
Colette A. Lenhoff, employee development specialist.......    15,403.86
Gordon L. Pullen, computer specialist.....................    15,365.58
Catherine A. Richards, accounting technician..............    15,165.60
Deborah L. Bartholomew, personnel assistant...............    14,740.74
James F. Corbus, records management technician............    14,693.20
Thomas S. Parker, messenger-driver leader.................    14,550.40
Jeanne C. Smith, personnel staffing specialist............    14,533.60
Lawanda Y. Inman, classification assistant................    14,098.80
Linda Y. Pinkney, computer operator.......................    13,732.00
Kimberly P. Smith, employee relations assistant...........    13,647.95
Lauren J. Wilson, procurement assistant typing............    13,527.20
Betty Freeland, secretary.................................    13,264.00
Vernice M. Jackson, accounting technician.................    12,928.80
Lynette M. Leveillee, office support technician...........    12,573.60
Tonda S. Cave, accounting technician......................    12,247.20
Michelle A. Wood, accounting technician...................    12,218.40
Leonard D. Miller, computer specialist....................    10,808.05
Brian A. Davis, supervisory construction representative...     7,663.20
Odessa N. Jones, staffing assistant.......................     2,962.00
Veronica B. McCray, personnel assistant...................     2,177.60
Christine Benza, head, flag office........................     2,072.60
Sherri A. Curry, personnel assistant......................     2,020.36
Karen M. Livingston, assistant head, flag office typing...     1,545.08
Reginald D. Byrd, laborer.................................     1,231.44
Irving P. Graham, laborer.................................     1,081.84
Monica D. Cotton, clerk-typist............................     1,036.88
Melissa D. Coby, office automation assistant..............       936.70
Rhonda S. Roberts, clerk-typist...........................       908.80

                     U.S. Civil Service Commission

Agency contribution to civil service retirement fund......  $172,228.16
Agency contribution to Federal employees' group life 
insurance.................................................     6,877.89
Agency contribution to Federal employees' health benefit 
fund......................................................   163,783.13
Agency contribution to Government FICA/Medicare...........    51,732.18
Agency contribution to Government FICA....................    69,393.65
Contribution to basic FERS benefits.......................   195,913.61
Basic thrift savings plan contribution to investment fund.    11,308.91
Matching thrift savings plan contribution to investment 
fund......................................................    35,500.91

                SALARIES, ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITOL, 1996

    EXPENDITURES OTHER THAN SALARIES FROM APPROPRIATION ``SALARIES, 
                    ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITOL, 1996''

_______________________________________________________________________

1995
Nov.   11   1479   Washington Metropolitan Transit 
                   Authority..............................      $252.00
                      1st payment to furnish Metro rail farecards and 
                      Metro bus tokens to employees of the Architect of 
                      the Capitol and Senate Restaurant.
       12   2247   Washington Metropolitan Transit 
                   Authority..............................       252.00
                      2d payment to furnish Metro rail farecards and 
                      Metro bus tokens to employees of the Architect of 
                      the Capitol and Senate Restaurant.
1996
Jan.   26   3302   Washington Metropolitan Transit 
                   Authority..............................       252.00
                      3d payment to furnish Metro rail farecards and 
                      Metro bus tokens to employees of the Architect of 
                      the Capitol and Senate Restaurant.
Feb.   13   3949   Washington Metropolitan Transit 
                   Authority..............................       252.00
                      4th payment to furnish Metro rail farecards and 
                      Metro bus tokens to employees of the Architect of 
                      the Capitol and Senate Restaurant.
Mar.   29   5378   Washington Metropolitan Transit 
                   Authority..............................       231.00
                      6th payment to furnish Metro rail farecards and 
                      Metro bus tokens to employees of the Architect of 
                      the Capitol and Senate Restaurant.
         SALARIES, OFFICE OF THE ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITOL, 1995

EXPENDITURES OTHER THAN SALARIES FROM APPROPRIATION ``SALARIES, OFFICE 
                OF THE ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITOL, 1995''

_______________________________________________________________________

1995
Oct.   6    322    Washington Metropolitan Transit 
                   Authority..............................      $316.00
                      12th (final) payment to furnish Metro rail 
                      farecards and Metro bus tokens to employees of 

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