[Federal Register Volume 59, Number 95 (Wednesday, May 18, 1994)]
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From the Federal Register Online via the Government Publishing Office [www.gpo.gov]
[FR Doc No: 94-12112]

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[Federal Register: May 18, 1994]




Recommendations on Statutory Entitlements and Other Mandatory 
Programs and Tax Reform Proposals

ACTION: Request for Written Comment.


SUMMARY: The Bipartisan Commission on Entitlement and Tax Reform (``the 
Commission'') requests the submission of written comments from 
interested persons or organizations with respect to its mandates to (1) 
recommend long-term budget saving measures involving statutory 
entitlement and other mandatory programs and (2) recommend alternative 
tax reform proposals. These comments, prepared in conformity with the 
guidelines set out below, should be submitted to the Commission by July 
31, 1994.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION: The Commission was established by Executive 
Order 12878, November 5, 1993 (as amended by Executive Order 12887, 
dated December 23, 1993). The Commission is governed by provisions of 
Public Law 92-463, as amended (5 U.S.C. appendix 2). The Commission is 
comprised of 32 members; 22 members of Congress and 10 other 
Presidential appointees. The Commission shall report its findings to 
the National Economic Council and Congressional Leadership by December 
15, 1994.

WRITTEN SUBMISSIONS: Interested persons are invited to provide comments 
in writing to the Commission. Written comments should conform to the 
Commission's mandate. All those persons submitting comments should be 
aware that such comments will be available for public inspection.
    Comments should be sent to The Bipartisan Commission on Entitlement 
and Tax Reform, 825 Hart Senate Office Building, 120 Constitution 
Avenue NE., Washington, DC 20510.
    The following guidelines should be followed for written comments 
that will be considered by the Commission:
     All written comments and any accompanying exhibits must be 
typed in double-space and may not exceed a total of ten (10) pages.
     Two copies of all written comments should be provided.
     Comments must contain the name and capacity of the person 
submitting the comments, as well as any clients or persons, or 
organizations for whom the comments are submitted.
     For those comments exceeding two (2) pages in length, a 
supplemental sheet must accompany the submission listing the name, 
address and telephone number of the person making the submission and a 
summary of the written comments, not to exceed one (1) page in length.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION: Mark Weinberger, 825 Hart Senate Office 
Building, 120 Constitution Avenue NE., Washington, DC 20510. Telephone: 
(202) 224-2300.
J. Robert Kerrey,
John C. Danforth,
[FR Doc. 94-12112 Filed 5-17-94; 8:45 am]