Extension of Office of War Assets Administrator and War Assets Administration
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Extension of Office of War Assets Administrator and War Assets Administration hearings before the United States House Committee on Expenditures in the Executive Departments, Eighty-First Congress, first session, on Feb. 8, 1949.

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  • United States. -- War Assets Administration.

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Considers (81) H.R. 2402.

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FormatMicroform
Paginationiii, 24 p.
Number of Pages24
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Open LibraryOL22304243M

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Finding Aids: William F. Sherman, "Preliminary Inventory of the Records of the War Assets Administration," NC 37 (Nov. ). Records of the Office of the Administrator. Textual Records: Office files of WAA Administrator Jess Larson, . (Washington, War Assets Administration, Office of Real Property disposal, ) (page images at HathiTrust) United States. War Assets Administration: The plant finder. An inventory of Government-owned industrial plants, (For sale or lease through War Assets Administration, Office of . The War Assets Administration (WAA) was created to dispose of United States government-owned surplus material and property from World War II. The WAA was established in the Office for Emergency Management, effective Ma , by Executive Order , Janu The WAA disposed of surplus consumer, capital, and producer goods; industrial and maritime real property; and airports. The War Assets Administration is charged with the responsibility for the care and handling of property that is declared surplus. The Administration asked GAO whether it could use appropriated funds to help defray the costs of the upkeep, specifically pressure vessel insurance. GAO had no objection to the use of otherwise available funds to defray the cost.

The War Assets Administration (WAA) was created to dispose of United States government-owned surplus material and property from World War WAA was established in the Office for Emergency Management, effective Ma , by Executive Order , Janu These are the Approved Distributors Appointed by the War Assets Administration to Serve You: American Condenser Co. Ravenswood Avenue Chic Illinois. Automatic Radio Mfg. Co., Inc. Brookline Avenue Bos Massachusetts. Belmont Radio Corporation So. Racine Avenue Chicago 9, Illinois. Communication Measurements Laboratory. An act to extend the Office of War Assets Administrator and the War Assets Administration from Febru until J An act to provide authorization for additional funds for the extension and improvement of post-office facilities at Los . and Administration Manager and will be administered as detailed in the Finance Policies and Procedures Manual. Office Cleaning The office shall be cleaned between 7am and 8am before staff officially arrive and again over lunch hour (pmpm). The Finance and Administration.

To extend the Office of the War Assets Administrator and the War Assets Admin- istration from Febru , until J Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That the paragraph. The War Assets Administration (WAA) was established in the Office for Emergency Management, effective Ma , by Executive Order (EO) , Janu The Surplus War Property Administration (SWPA) established in the Office of War Mobilization (OWM) by Executive Order , Febru , to supervise disposition of surplus war property. Altoona, PA, Office (Solid Fuels Administration for War) Altstoetter, Josef Alturas Clinic alum alumina aluminum plant location maps tax amortization World War II production Aluminum, Office of (Defense Production Administration) In late , the FHA Administrator, Wilson Wyatt, suggested that the War Assets Administration (WAA), which was created in January to dispose of surplus government-owned property and materials, temporarily withhold surplus aircraft factories from lease or sale and give aircraft manufacturers preferred access to surplus wartime factories.