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EXPLANATION OF CHANGES FROM FY 2000 TO FY 2001 SHOWN ON SCHEDULE C1
MANAGEMENT, BUSINESS, AND INFORMATION SERVICES DIVISION

A. MANDATORY CHANGES

1. Annualization of FY 2000 pay increases and other personnel actions. Annualization of the FY 2000 ment increases, turnover effects,

and January 2000 EC adjustment of 4.4%.

2 FY 2001 across-the-board adjustment

Funding for a projected 3.7% across-the-board pay adjustment in January 2001.

3. Merit increases, awards and bonuses, and related benefits.

Merit pay and awards are budgeted at 3.5% of personnel costs.

4. Miscellaneous changes in benefit costs

Includes changes in agency costs for employee health insurance, retirement, and Social Security

B. PRICE LEVEL CHANGES

1. GPO printing price increase of 3.3%

GPO has projected that printing costs will increase by 3.3% in FY 2001. GPO contracts for the printing of all CBO reports and studies.

2. Administrative contract increases of 3.9%

The price increase for administrative services provided by the

Library of Congress and the NFC is based primarily on the expected increase

in employment costs, which is the major component of these contracts.

3. ADP timesharing price changes

This price increase, averaging 2.5%, is based on information from major vendors.

4. Periodical subscriptions price increase of 10%

This price increase is based on information from major vendors.

5. Equipment price increases

These price increases are based on information from major vendors and average just under 4.0%.

6. Other price increases

Includes increases for telecommunications, equipment repair, and other miscellaneous contractual services that are based on information provided by major vendors.

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EXPLANATION OF CHANGES FROM FY 2000 TO FY 2001 SHOWN ON SCHEDULE C1
MANAGEMENT, BUSINESS, AND INFORMATION SERVICES DIVISION CONTINUED

C. PROGRAM TYPE CHANGES

1. Legislation

2. Workload

2a. Funds to study options for moving BADS from HIR computer.
Because the House of Representatives plans to retire its mainframe as soon as
reasonably possible, CBO must develop a plan for relocating the Budget Analysis
Data System (BADS) to another platform or mainframe provider.

2b. FY 2001 impact of recruiting efforts begun in FY 2000

Due to the difficult labor market and changes in top managment, CBO was unable
to meet its authorized staffing goals in FY 1999. Recruiting efforts have begun
to make up this shortfall and these funds represent the full year's cost of
staff that are being hired in FY 2000.

2c. Other workload changes

Includes savings from reductions in telecommunications, leasing, and ADP software and data which are offset somewhat by increased demand for equipment repair and other services.

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3. Equipment, Alterations, Maintenance, Repairs, etc.

3a. Increased spending for ADP hardware and software.

Funds to support a normal replacement schedule after severely reducing spending for ADP in FY 2000.

3b. Purchase of software to replace APT system.

Funds to purchase software to replace the All Purpose Table System used to track appropriations bills.

3c. Other equipment changes

Decrease in spending for office equipment.

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OBJECT CLASS SUMMARY AND EXPLANATION,
FISCAL YEAR 2001

11.1

Full-Time Permanent Positions ($18,467,000)

Regular salaries and wages paid or to be paid to civilian full-time permanent employees and other payments that are part of the employees' basic rate of pay. These funds will be used to fund 228 full-time permanent staff-years. The increase of $1,425,000 will pay for the annualization of the current-year pay actions and turnover, budget-year merit pay increases, a 3.7 percent across-the-board pay adjustment in January 2001, and benefit price increases for health insurance and retirement contributions.

11.3 Other Than Full-Time Permanent ($742,000)

This category covers positions not designated as full-time permanent and includes term, intermittent, and temporary employment. These funds will be used to fund 18 full-time-equivalent staff-years. CBO will use this type of employee for its Panel of Economic Advisers and other consultants, interns, temporary administrative support, and research assistants whose appointments have a fixed term.

11.5 Other Personnel Compensation ($212,000)

This category includes overtime payments to CBO support staff who are eligible under the Fair Labor Standards Act, staff performance awards and relocation bonuses.

11.8 Special Personal Services Payments ($65,000)

This category includes payments for reimbursable details and reemployed annuitants.

12.1 Personnel Benefits ($5,023,000)

These funds will be used to cover CBO's share of the costs of employee health and life insurance, retirement, Federal Insurance Contribution Act taxes, Medicare, death benefits, public transportation subsidy, and workers' compensation.

13.0 Benefits for Former Personnel ($10,000)

These funds will be used for unemployment compensation.

21.0 Travel and Transportation of Persons ($130,000)

These funds will be used to cover the travel expenses full-time staff, the CBO Panel of Economic Advisers and other intermittent consultants, and potential employees.

22.0 Transportation of Things ($1,000)

These funds will be used for freight charges usually associated with the shipment of

OBJECT CLASS SUMMARY AND EXPLANATION.
FISCAL YEAR 2001

23.3 Communications, Utilities, and Miscellaneous Charges ($254,000) This category covers the cost of postal and courier services ($149.000), telephone and telecommunications services: $93.000), and miscetianeous Leasing $12,000).

24.0 Printing and Reproduction ($282.000)

These funds will cover teambursing te Government Prung Office for printing
C30 reports, studies, and miscetianeous forms.

25.0 Other Services ($1,900,000)

This category includes charges for contractual services not otherwise classified These funds will pay for commercial ADP umesharing services $249.000), interagency ADP amesharmg $611,000), interagency 20ptimistrative agreements ($159.000), contracts for systems, data, and modet development $342,000), miscellaneous services ($399.000), and training ($140,000).

26.0 Supplies and Materiais ($316,000)

Funds in this category will pay for office supplies $116,000) and subscriptions 10 periodicals : $200,000).

31.0 Equipment ($1.171.000)

This category includes charges for property having a period of service of more than a year. These funds are for books and microfilm for the permanent collection of the CBC ibrary $63,300), office equipment and furniture ($154,000), ADP software ($454,000), and ADP hardware ($500,000).

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