!G-S'3 _ NO CIRCUL_ ATION, COMPTROLLER GENERAL OF THE UNITED sTATES C r~ "HIN WAS N. D.C. 31-171786 YR,- MAR 2- 9 *. David . Wae Ndeie. M*way Aftinisitrt±o Uhlted S*ta Departa of ?zmportt Dear fr. welut is rtez's to Yaw lttor of J c1uaI 0 poudem fwom l. it 22, 1971, aerer.c C-3o, a- totr owrt'"cavqensati A. A, ru comOermtag hs as an e" duwlag t. Perio of claim * You say that ot tOr Alath s bRad Cuowa 19NW 4 )ka ins 5, 1a o D Ortarch Zmte9'j *M dictly to fe trimmtta to the Waimat tmo* Oe oted 1. f teator Ped 3. asm the o*"Ie DyOr Office N*e1te c t Of M v ee2 'm eetlift" 4 due W. Andenam as 28, 919, a ot *267.30 tlon 23 ~ the aofr~ X &* additigal eo satj 28, 1931., uis.c. S67'c or Wc- 5 U.8.C. 55 4( ))_ ovrti4in ( cdfid ComdeIm d*4u 1. . a1rvIft In t pte ed Nmry i2 to2'endom an Na e"lve so of t *rob l 5, 19q.5. Si'ce nO baiaac. reulfd tor WhICh Pq-n of tje Sottlu.a In. the a"licabl, qWaceoutt Wsther with gig c y e1 WU to s of te the ade, tete 1o j;t to ts etaat of the wee -BPopr1 issio if psYmnt MWteio by the Me to be sman. vwsXw 99emtay of the ZfttwI~m being cessay The a denti'qy :fbi & detfcee, .ettle0 popitj*RWete est wee dmttge Compee. tailed t. qpzcp'i~ at so#ttI. XnSor theftesaay ttuda to t...r e MIa±* uttoam rewMOMi these .af an the Smeond S4 IN 1nndewd the Pa..e Nar_ and the an t. searingyc APzt l, 1950, tneam .. bill, Pases paes 503-517 ffezing a. the ?rilOr 79-6. Also, Seae 12146 ar gSeate Repmt Deptat Apprcrjat tlbr 1951, "a 1243- pini65 OS Hoe R He. 191.1 'c the 00ewml AlrWIatjo BiUl, 1 o. irn oI th Same blU, 15n, pae 180. e lter "h o Paymentf cla± bl sted Us denied the estia fr 525,000 fr for wrk Perftmed In to be d, a o neyfi. 1945 atd 5aomtX1af ficlears0 ro t the me~~ ~ ~ ~~ dVf lmxY"fra - - . -. I *.. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ - s3-7n786 Alaska Read Camisni. Th comittee has thoroughly revieved this request and in not, convinoce that the equities of these claim a" suicient to warrant approval of the requested appropriation. 2hese matter. should be presented to the Court of Claim where Judicial processes ae available to wighb all relevant consmiderations and to ascertain the equities Involved. 1Tw eurt can also establish whether or not any offsets- ight be due the Govermet The action of the comittee in denying this appropriation shovId not be considered as prejuicial to any litigation which might enSmu.* becaue of the action by the Cdttea Oat the claim be redueed to Judgmt by the Cmut of Claim before an anrsiation therefor would be mde,, ur Office canceled the settIemets Ilu1ing that In favor of Mr. Andehs,. Tbereater approxatey 30 of the indlvidmala on whose cla; settlmQtJ we Issued but later canceled by our Office, es described aloes, have been etae4 Judgmet In the Court of Claim under decision of that Cmwt holding that our issance of a aettlemat and the elaimat s aoqaiestcsw therin constituted an '*ccord" which gave rise to a cwne of action upou vlbih the court mm emwed tozder Judg- mot, aside from the irits of the original claim. wrw States, 123 Ct. C1. 474# certiorari diedk 5 U.s. 956; And"s vd Staftes 126 Ct. Cl. 571; Al vbiin States I, l d. 204t d.782, 783 (tatiseal entry). We hae no'b of ny cl ca ibalf of Mr. Anderson being included 5. the group of 300 or mor who obtained such jw4axta. Of coueq the statut. of limitatiom applicable to the Court of W (6 years)'oult1d als proclude any action at this time in that Ci;Wbamed qpon the holdiag ir the caes cited ab . Several bills have beam introduced in the Cangreas to confer Jurisdiction upon the Cout of Claim to reader jiudgut uo thee claim without regard to the statute of limitationx, however, noe of these bills ma ever enacted into law. Simn no fadf are available for the paymnt of the clai of Mr. Andereo by o Office aal since no suit appea to have been led by or es behalf of his In the Cow% of Claim within the prescribed tim linitatio., there Is so mins wbereby pamnt of his cla can be effected at this tim. We trust that the fioregong win be of assistance to ym in prepring a reply to Mr. Anderson and, iso, that It will ser to expain why the settlement in his favor has been canceled and may not now be paid. _2- , -V, - - ... B-171786 The en@ures fcrwardod with Yaw letter a"e retued. Sacerely You", Aaai= Coeqtrolr t of the United BtAte Zael~n. .- 3.. 11111Il iii 111l iii 11111lililiii A9A9A9A9 iO~,A - - .- - COM PrtROLLt GCNERAL OF THE UNITIE *167 STATES WASHiNciTON, D.C. 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Comments on Interior Employee's Claim for Overtime Compensation
Published by the Government Accountability Office on 1971-03-02.
Below is a raw (and likely hideous) rendition of the original report. (PDF)