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U.S. House of Representatives

House Information Resources FY2001 Budget Request

technology efforts, there are administrative costs in support of HIR daily activity. This includes the cost for staff telephone use, replacement PCs, printers, and other desktop equipment.

Equipment - HIR Administration and Operations

This includes the consolidated HIR-wide charges for copier, facsimile, pager, computer, printer and other office machine assets and maintenance costs, paid via funds transfer to Office Systems Management (OSM). Site license charges for some of the House-wide products are included in this cost, as well as the cost for replacement equipment used by HIR staff.

RCU - HIR Administration and Operations

This support area cost group includes telephone service for the entire HIR organization, which covers monthly line charges (hardlines and softlines), modem lines, Audix (voice mailboxes), cellular phone charges, and long-distance charges. FY01 proposed telephone costs are based on historical use and a detailed review of existing phone equipment in order to reduce costs and remove unnecessary phone services.

Supplies - HIR Administration and Operations

Office supplies are also consolidated HIR-wide and paid by funds transfer to Office Supply Service (OSS). The FY01 estimate is based on historical use. In order to continue to provide support to the House community, technical magazine subscriptions and user manuals for supported software are needed for HIR staff. Subscriptions provide updated information needed by HIR staff to keep current with software and technology advancements.

US House of Representatives

Appendix A

House Information Resources FY2001 Budget Request

PROJECT DISTRIBUTION BY SUPPORT AREA

The report contained in this appendix shows a listing of proposed projects and how they contribute to the ten HIR support areas for House activity. The projects are listed alphabetically and show the percent contribution to each of the ten support areas as well as the portion on nonpersonnel dollars contributed to the support area. Technology initiatives often overlap in their support to the House such as the communications backbone contributing to the messaging system. The assignment of project distribution is subjective and was made by HIR technical staff.

US House of Representatives

House Information Resources FY2001 Budget Request

technology efforts, there are administrative costs in support of HIR daily activity. This includes the cost for staff telephone use, replacement PCs, printers, and other desktop equipment.

Equipment - HIR Administration and Operations

This includes the consolidated HIR-wide charges for copier, facsimile, pager, computer, printer and other office machine assets and maintenance costs, paid via funds transfer to Office Systems Management (OSM). Site license charges for some of the House-wide products are included in this cost, as well as the cost for replacement equipment used by HIR staff.

RCU - HIR Administration and Operations

This support area cost group includes telephone service for the entire HIR organization, which covers monthly line charges (hardlines and softlines), modem lines, Audix (voice mailboxes). cellular phone charges, and long-distance charges. FY01 proposed telephone costs are based on historical use and a detailed review of existing phone equipment in order to reduce costs and remove unnecessary phone services.

Supplies - HIR Administration and Operations

Office supplies are also consolidated HIR-wide and paid by funds transfer to Office Supply Service (OSS). The FY01 estimate is based on historical use. In order to continue to provide support to the House community, technical magazine subscriptions and user manuals for supported software are needed for HIR staff. Subscriptions provide updated information needed by HIR staff to keep current with software and technology advancements.

US House of Representatives

Appendix A

House Information Resources FY2001 Budget Request

PROJECT DISTRIBUTION BY SUPPORT AREA

The report contained in this appendix shows a listing of proposed projects and how they contribute to the ten HIR support areas for House activity. The projects are listed alphabetically and show the percent contribution to each of the ten support areas as well as the portion on nonpersonnel dollars contributed to the support area. Technology initiatives often overlap in their support to the House such as the communications backbone contributing to the messaging system. The assignment of project distribution is subjective and was made by HIR technical staff.

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