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Mandatory Items

January, 1994 Locality Pay Annualization.......
January, 1994 Wage Rate Annualization.........
January, 1995 Cost of Living Adjustment......
January, 1995 Locality Pay..........................
January, 1995 Wage Rate Increase.
Within-grades and Other Pay Changes.
Other Personnel Compensation.......
Contribution to Health Benefits Funds.
Total Mandatory Items

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Estimate 1995
Summary

Capitol Power Plant (continued)

Supplies and Materials.

Total Annual Recurring Maintenance.

Nonrecurring Items

Cyclical Maintenance

Renovation of the Steam Plant Elevator.
Replace Front End Loader.....

Total Cyclical Maintenance.

Continuing and Initiating Other Programs

Design for Additional Steam Generating Capacity..
East Plant Chiller Conversion.....

Total Continuing and Initiating Other
Programs

Total Nonrecurring Items.

Capitol Power Plant

Summary (continued)

Total Estimate 1995.

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$

Amount

$

120,000 100.000

220.000

500,000 1.800.000

$ 2.300.000

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101

Amount

1,926,000

Increases (continued)

Annual Recurring Maintenance
Purchase of Electrical Energy
General Annual Repairs.

Training.

Fuel: Coal.

Fuel: 011..

Total Increases

Total for 1995.

Less Estimated Reimbursements

+44

$ 1,429,000

30,000

12,000

282,200

100,000

72.800

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2.520.000

4.905.000

40.548.000

(-) 3.200.000

37.348.000

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Increases

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(Net Increase for 1995.

Total Appropriation and Estimated Reimbursements.

Nonrecurring Items

1994 Excess Day Cost...

Replace Baghouse Filters..

Retube Condensers on Chillers, West Refrigeration Plant.

Base for 1995.

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571,000)

January, 1994 Locality Pay Annualization.
January, 1994 Wage Rate Annualization......
January, 1995 Cost of Living Adjustment....
January, 1995 Locality Pay.................
January, 1995 Wage Rate Increase.
Within-grades and Other Pay Changes.
Other Personnel Compensation........
Contribution to Health Benefits Funds.
Total Increase - MANDATORY ITEMS.

MANDATORY ITEMS

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Estimate 1995 Capitol Power Plant

Increases (continued)

OTHER INCREASES - ANNUAL RECURRING ITEMS

Purchase of Electrical Energy increased from $21,790,000 to $23,219,000......

.$ 1,429,000

Electrical energy is procured from the Potomac Electric Power Company (PEPCO) at rates approved by the District of Columbia Public Service Commission. Electrical energy has been procured from PEPCO ever since the Power Plant discontinued the generation of electricity at the plant in 1950-1951.

In fiscal year 1993, a total of 327.5 million kilowatt hours (KWH) were purchased from PEPCO at a cost of $18,887,000. Projections for fiscal year 1994 indicate that an estimated total of 337.8 million KWH will be required at an estimated cost of $20,971,000. An increase to cover this cost was requested and $21,790,000 was appropriated for fiscal year 1994. Projections for fiscal year 1995 indicate that a minimum of 348 million KWH will be required at an estimated cost of $23,219,000, which is $1,429,000 over the present appropriated allotment. The estimate is based on the following factors.

Consumption of electrical energy in the Capitol complex has been projected to increase at 3% per year based on past experience.

PEPCO has requested a 10.9% rate increase for 1994. The rate increase has been factored as a partial year cost in the fiscal year 1994 projection and a full year cost in fiscal year 1995.

Fuel adjustment charges have also been fluctuating widely over the past several years. A factor of 2% increase has been projected into fiscal year 1995.

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If any of these factors should change between the time that this
request has been forwarded to the House and Senate Committees
Appropriations and the time of the Appropriations Hearings, the
Committees will be notified at the Hearings.

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Estiute 1995
Capitol Power Plant
Increases (continued)

OTHER INCREASES - ANNUAL RECURRING ITEMS (continued)

General annual repairs and alterations increased from

$713,000 to $743,000..

$

30,000

This allotment provides for general annual repair and maintenance
of the power plant buildings including elevators, the extensive
Rechanical equipment within the plant and the extensive steam and
chilled water distribution systems. Basic repairs for such items as
stean generators, stokers, ash and coal handling equipment, baghouse
filters, refrigeration compressors, cooling towers, and numerous other
items of equipment required to furnish steam and chilled water are
funded from this allotment. An addicional amount of $30,000 reflects

the increased contractual cost of ash disposal for fiscal year 1995.
Training increased from $12,000 to $24,000.

12,000

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In recent years the Architect's Office has responded to recently
amended civil rights legislation by sponsoring training such
prevention of sexual harassment, employee rights and responsibilities,
substance abuse, and other subjects. This training is required for all
current

and employees. Additionally, the office requires
supervisory development training and sponsors basic educational skills
training for reading. Programs to respond to agency training needs
such as trade apprenticeships and additional supervisory development,
are being prepared.

The limited funding available for training is directed almost entirely toward the required training, leaving few resources available for other organizational training needs. Cost increases have also reduced training opportunities. As a result, the office will have to reduce the availability of basic educational skills training and eliminate trade apprenticeship training being developed. Without an increase in this allotment there will be no monies available for work performance improvement training, technical skills training, training necessary for implementing or maintaining new programs or technologies.

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