S. Hrg. 105-292: Foreign Affairs Reform and Restructuring Act of 1997 and Fiscal year 1998 International Affairs Budget Request: Hearings and Markup before the Subcommittee on International Economic Policy, Export and Trade Promotion, the Subcommittee on International Operations and the Committee on Foreign Relations United States Senate One Hundred Fifth Congress First Session, February 26, 27, March 6, 12, 13 and April 9, 1997   [open pdf - 4MB]

S. Hrg. 105-292: Senate hearing for consideration of the budget request for FY1998 programs under the jurisdiction of the Agency for International Development. "The President's Fiscal Year 1998 budget requests $7.14 billion for AID managed programs, an increase of more than 6 percent over the Fiscal Year 1997 appropriated level. Significant among the funding levels requested is a large increase over last year's level for population programs and a $45 million cut in child survival programs. The President is also seeking new authorities in this year's budget, a highlight of which is the proposed Partnership for Freedom for Russia." Brian Atwood, Administrator of AID testified. Statements, witnesses and submissions: J. Brian Atwood, Patrick Kennedy, Joseph Duffy, Stanley Silverman, Jack Loiello, David Lowe, Kevin Klose, Thomas Rhame, John Holum, Princeton Lyman, Lawrence Summers, Veronia Young, Rod Grams, Jesse Helms, Sam Brownback, Russell Feingold, Joseph Biden, Richard Lugar, Paul Sarbanes, Paul Wellstone, and Henry McNamara.

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