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Human Resources – Ongoing  – 808 FTE – Reduction of 117 FTE by 9/05

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Projected Savings:  $22 Million Annually – ROI 3.5 years – 2008

FY 2005 Savings/Operating Cost Reductions: $20.2 Million

$117 Thousand - R6 Olympic NF Roads Maintenance (8 FTE) (8 Months)

$1.6 Million – R5 Fleet Maintenance (59 FTE) (7 Months)

$1.7 Million – R5 Roads Maintenance (66 FTE) (15 Months)

$16.8 Million – IT Infrastructure (1200 FTE) (11 Months) – Reduction of 292 FTE by 9/05

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FY 2004-2003 Activities:

Competitions/Cost Comparisons/Direct Conversions:  

Maintenance (1357) (Most not implemented and remained in-house; 3 studies contracted)

IT Infrastructure (1200 FTE) (MEO Remained in-house)

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Feasibility Study and IT - FS did not do a formal feasibility study as a part of the IT assessment because a review had already been conducted:

Gartner Total Cost of Ownership Study – June 2001; predated the Competitive Sourcing initiative, but showed possible savings in IT that we began to pursue by contracting for End User Support services.  In September 2002, a decision was announced that IT would be one of the first activities studied under Competitive Sourcing.  This was the presentation to the National Leadership Team recommending one national IT Study.  February 2003, here is a more detailed decision paper also presented to the NLT for approval.

Job Corps (946 FTE) (Not implemented and remained in-house)

Content Analysis Team Functions (41 FTE) (Direct Conversion to Contract)

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FY 2002 Activities:

Competitions/Cost Comparisons/Direct Conversions:  

End User Support Center (IT HelpDesk) (150) (Direct Conversion to Contract)

Commercial Inventory Remaining for Possible Examination

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November 8, 2006

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