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Established a centralized Business Center in Albuquerque in less than 1 year


Finance and Budget – approximately 350 positions


Human Capital Management – 109 positions by 9/06


Information Solutions Organization – 68 positions

Accomplished more than 500 employee relocations, approximately 500 buyouts, 250 early outs, and a reduction of approximately 1000 FTE with a minuscule number of EEO complaints or grievances; and of the handful that progressed outside the Agency, none have been sustained.

Independent Reviews: 3 – NAPA (Favorable); House and Senate Investigations (TBA); and GAO (TBA)

Reduced operation costs in IT, Finance, and Human Capital by 43 million in FY 2006

Next Steps (Immediate Future):

Complete Web and Photography Services Competition

Complete Aviation Activities Feasibility Study

Complete NEPA Information and Collection Analysis Feasibility Study

Initiate results of Aviation Activities Feasibility Study

Initiate Computer Applications Development Feasibility Study

Initiate Fire Training and Dispatch Management Reviews (w/Congressional concurrence)

Ongoing performance monitoring of past studies, and upward reporting

Ongoing support for other efficiency efforts:

Ongoing implementation support for the GSTC High Performing Organization

On-going support for completion of the Fleet Management BPR

On-going support to complete streamlining/integration/automation of the FAIR Act Inventory

Accomplished – Effective the beginning of FY 2007, the Competitive Sourcing Program has been integrated into the Program and Budget Analysis group led by Ron Ketter.   This is an expansion of our current program analysis activities and will cover more of the efficiency-type efforts that we have underway and that will continue into the future.  There will be a GS-14 branch chief for this group, and we are working to fill this key position.  In the interim the lead role rotates between Eric Roberts and Kathleen Adam.  Betsy Walatka is also a member of the group by extended detail from R10.

Next Steps (Long-Term Future):   The Agency is working on several other items that will provide strategy and structure for the future.  Lessons learned from our previous efforts, studies within the government sector, and the feedback from several AMC members, line officers, and WO and Field program managers on how to improve the process and procedures has been appreciated.   Here are a few items that are being

CS Program UpdatePage 12 of 14

November 8, 2006

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