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(c) Supplies. $449,871, entails the following: $241,500 for paper, fiche and supplies for the Computer Center: $65,000, communications network support tools and supplies: $46,300, microcomputer/PC supplies, memory boards; $45,100, stationery and administrative supplies: $35,000, User Assistance Office and field services supplies; and $17,000 for Desktop Publishing & Graphics services for Committees and Member Offices.
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(4) External Services, $954,916, is 4% of the budget. $240,000 (20%) reduction in this category, based on the expectation that a requirement for data analysis computing services, currently being provided to the Appropriations Committee by an outside timesharing service, can be replaced by an efficient, cost effective mini- or micro-computer system.
Expenses in the External Services category are budgeted as follows: Information databases and sources for MIN and ISIS, $754,000: Security/hotsite backup, $60,000; TYMNET data communications services for Members, $24,000. Miscellaneous services include temporary clerical/administrative work (TELESEC), microfiche processing, computer room cleaning, user training courseware development, and general contractor support.
MAJOR COST CENTERS/APPLICATION/SERVICE AREAS
Chart D shows H.I.S.'s proposed FY '96 budget distributed to cost centers and support functions. Charts E through L present a further breakdown of the budget into major services and support areas. A brief outline follows: