Appendix O2 - BLM Reanalysis and Resolution

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					                                                                                                                                                        Final Report for Tasks 1-3 and 5                                                                                                                                     O.2-2




         DOI     BLM      DOI Activity     BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                       Description                                       Outputs
  EOG                                                                                  DOI Activity Description                                                              BLM Activity Description                                                         DOI Output     BLM Output                      Notes   Resolution
         Code    Code       Title             Title                                                                                                                                                                                           Consistent?                                      Consistent?



PEO 1   A0      MZ      Evaluate Fuels     Monitor Fire    Work Activity Description: Fuels treatments include chemical, mechanical,               Includes labor and other costs associated with the monitoring and evaluation of Yes                      Acres monitored Acres            Yes
                        Reduction and      Rehab           vegetation seeding or re-vegetation treatments, prescribed fires, wildland fire for    Emergency Fire Rehabilitation (2822) subactivity driven projects and actions for                          and evaluated   monitored
                        Post Fire          Treatments      resource benefit or a combination of these treatments.                                 up to three growing seasons after fire control. This includes monitoring plot
                        Rehabilitation                                                                                                            establishment, reading of studies, data analysis and preparation of an evaluation
                        Treatments                         Costs for monitoring and evaluating fuels treatments include:                          report. Acres monitored are reported each year that studies are read and when the
                                                           • Labor and other costs associated with monitoring and evaluating the short-term       evaluation report is completed Monitoring and/or evaluations of weed invasion
                                                           effects of fuels management treatments,                                                or control in burned areas conducted with EFR funds should be reported in
                                                           • Monitoring weed or other vegetation, and                                             Program Element MK (Weed Treatments Evaluated). Monitoring and/or
                                                           • Evaluating vegetation response to the fire or treatment.                             evaluations of wildfire or rehabilitation treatments impacts on wildlife
                                                                                                                                                  populations, recreational activities, cultural resources, etc must be paid for with
                                                           Costs for monitoring and evaluating emergency stabilization and rehabilitation         the appropriate subactivity funds.
                                                           treatments include:

                                                           • Labor and other costs associated with monitoring and evaluating rehabilitation
                                                           projects and actions for up to three growing seasons after fire control. This
                                                           includes monitoring plot establishment, reading of studies, data analysis and
                                                           preparation of an evaluation report. Acres monitored are reported each year that
                                                           studies are read and when the evaluation report is completed. Initial treatment
                                                           effects monitoring, plot establishment, and first year post-treatment monitoring.
                                                           • Salaries, benefits, travel and supplies for personnel directly involved in
                                                           monitoring and evaluation for actions taken prior to and during treatment to
PEO 1   M9      BN      Assess Water       Inventory       measure treatment effectiveness and ecological change. Monitoring and
                                                           Examples/Notes:                                                                        Number of inventory stations at which water resources inventory takes place.        Yes                   Stations         Number of       Yes
                        Quality/Quantity   Water                                                                                                  This includes data collected on the quality and quantity of surface water and                             Monitored        inventory
                                           Resources       Work Activity Description: Includes all labor and operational costs associated         groundwater. Also includes inventory of stream-flow (discharge), temperatures                                              stations
                                                           with data collection on quantity and quality of surface and/or ground water, such      associated with water thermal regime, turbidity, sediment, electrical conductivity,
                                                           as planning and scheduling work, field/office labor, GIS support, data                 pH, precipitation, and other water quality constituents. This Program Element
                                                           management support, contracts/interagency agreements, and equipment                    normally includes costs associated with measuring stream channel geometry for
                                                           purchase/lease/rental. Also includes monitoring of flows, water levels,                classifications purposes, and floodplain inventory. Any exceptions are noted
                                                           temperatures, precipitation, turbidity, sediment, pH, or any other water quality       above in the first section of Examples/Notes.
                                                           constituents, measuring changes in stream channel geometry, and measuring
                                                           changes in floodplain characteristics, source water assessment monitoring,
                                                           drinking water sampling and testing, and sole source aquifer monitoring station        If the inventory station can be directly associated with a single BLM use
                                                           costs.                                                                                 authorization, those costs should be coded to the Program Element associated
                                                                                                                                                  with that use authorization (for example, baseline inventory in a groundwater
                                                                                                                                                  aquifer that could be affected by a coal lease would be coded to EL). If the
                                                                                                                                                  inventory cannot be associated with a single use authorization, or if the inventory
                                                                                                                                                  is rooted in multiple-use authorizations and there is no logical predominant use
                                                                                                                                                  authorization that can be determined and used, then use this Program Element,
                                                                                                                                                  BN.




PEO 1   L2      BO      Inventory/Assess/ Inventory Soil   Examples/Notes: An assessment is an analysis and interpretation of the physical,       Soils Inventory includes all costs associated with:                                   Yes                 Acres             Acres mapped   Yes
                        Monitor           Resources        ecological, and landscape characteristics of a watershed using scientific principles   1. labor in the field and the office                                                                      inventoried/asses
                        Landscapes &                       to describe conditions as they affect various resources of concern. It addresses a     2. data management support                                                                                sed/monitored
                        Watersheds                         broader suite of issues and resources than a watershed or land health evaluation.      3. GIS support
                                                                                                                                                  4. contracts/interagency agreements
                                                           Work Activity Description: Includes all labor and operational costs associated         5. equipment purchase/lease
                                                           with conducting soil/vegetation inventories, evaluations, assessments, and
                                                           monitoring efforts at the watershed/landscape level, such as planning and
                                                           scheduling work, field/office labor, GIS support, data management support,
                                                           contracts/interagency agreements, and equipment purchase/lease/rental.
                                                           Watershed or landscape health evaluation addresses, at a minimum, achievement
                                                           of watershed or land health standards, conformance of land use activities with
                                                           guidelines, and whether an existing management practice is a significant factor for
                                                           not achieving standards.

                                                           Includes the following:


                                                           detail and is generally charged to the project requiring the work. All levels are
                                                           defined in the National Soils Survey Handbook.


                                                           collection of general or specific vegetation baseline data including cover type
                                                           inventories and remote sensing. Includes shrub and grasslands having 10% or less
                                                           tree canopy cover with the intent to manage as shrub and grasslands in the future.
                                                           Forested areas to be converted to rangelands are to be considered shrub and
                                                           grasslands, not forestlands, regardless of the amount of existing canopy cover.
                                                           Acres inventoried are those for which information has been physically collected
                                                           either through direct field measurement or remote sensing/photo interpretation
                                                           and has resulted in the synthesis, analysis, interpretation and reporting of the
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         DOI     BLM      DOI Activity      BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                         Description                                         Outputs
  EOG                                                                                    DOI Activity Description                                                              BLM Activity Description                                                          DOI Output       BLM Output                      Notes   Resolution
         Code    Code       Title              Title                                                                                                                                                                                             Consistent?                                        Consistent?



PEO 1   L2      BP      Inventory/Assess/ Assess             Examples/Notes: An assessment is an analysis and interpretation of the physical,       A watershed-based land health evaluation addresses, at a minimum: the four             Yes                 Acres             Acres assessed   Yes
                        Monitor           Watersheds         ecological, and landscape characteristics of a watershed using scientific principles   Fundamentals of Land Health; achievement of land health standards,                                         inventoried/asses
                        Landscapes &                         to describe conditions as they affect various resources of concern. It addresses a     conformance of land use activities with guidelines, and whether an existing                                sed/monitored
                        Watersheds                           broader suite of issues and resources than a watershed or land health evaluation.      management practice is a significant factor for not achieving standards.

                                                             Work Activity Description: Includes all labor and operational costs associated
                                                             with conducting soil/vegetation inventories, evaluations, assessments, and             A watershed assessment is an analysis and interpretation of the physical,
                                                             monitoring efforts at the watershed/landscape level, such as planning and              ecological, and landscape characteristics of a watershed using scientific principles
                                                             scheduling work, field/office labor, GIS support, data management support,             to describe conditions as they affect various resources of concern. It addresses a
                                                             contracts/interagency agreements, and equipment purchase/lease/rental.                 broader suite of issues and resources than a watershed-based land health
                                                             Watershed or landscape health evaluation addresses, at a minimum, achievement          evaluation. A watershed-based land health evaluation can be a subset of a broader
                                                             of watershed or land health standards, conformance of land use activities with         watershed assessment.
                                                             guidelines, and whether an existing management practice is a significant factor for
                                                             not achieving standards.
                                                                                                                                                    Code to Program Element BP all costs associated with watershed assessments
                                                             Includes the following:                                                                and watershed-based land health evaluations and determinations, such as:

                                                                                                                                                1. Interdisciplinary review of all available data and information to evaluate
                                                             detail and is generally charged to the project requiring the work. All levels are  achievement of Land Health Standards and land use plan or other management
                                                             defined in the National Soils Survey Handbook.                                     objectives.
                                                                                                                                                2. Conducting public outreach for the assessment/evaluation.
                                                                                                                                                3. Display, interpretation and synthesis of information.
                                                             collection of general or specific vegetation baseline data including cover type    4. Preparing the assessment report and determination document.
                                                             inventories and remote sensing. Includes shrub and grasslands having 10% or less 5. GIS support, data management support, contracts/Interagency agreements,
                                                             tree canopy cover with the intent to manage as shrub and grasslands in the future. equipment purchase/lease/rental.
                                                             Forested areas to be converted to rangelands are to be considered shrub and
                                                             grasslands, not forestlands, regardless of the amount of existing canopy cover.
                                                             Acres inventoried are those for which information has been physically collected
                                                             either through direct field measurement or remote sensing/photo interpretation
PEO 1   A1      BQ      Inventory           Complete         and has resulted in the synthesis, analysis, interpretation and reporting of the
                                                             Work Activity Description: Includes all labor and operational costs associated     Includes all labor and operational costs associated with conducting Ecological    Yes                          Acres Inventoried Acres of         Yes
                        Ecological Sites on Ecological Site with conducting ecological site inventories (ESI) such as planning for the      Site Inventories (ESI), such as: 1) Planning for the inventory, 2) Labor in the field                                                completed
                        Rangelands/Farml Inventory          inventory, GIS support, data management, contracts/interservice agreements, and and the office, 3) GIS support, 4) Data management support, 5)                                                                       inventory
                        ands                                equipment purchases/rental.                                                     Contracts/Interagency agreements, and 6) Equipment purchase/lease/rental.

                                                             Activity involves mapping ecological sites and vegetation communities, and the
                                                             systematic sampling of these sites to, at a minimum, determine above the ground        Ecological Site Inventory is the Bureau of Land Management's standard
                                                             annual production on all vegetation species. All techniques used are pattented         vegetation inventory procedure. It involves the mapping of ecological sites,
                                                             after those identified in the Natural Resource Conservation Services/ National         vegetation communities, and the systematic sampling of these sites to, at a
                                                             Range and Pasture Handbook (1997).                                                     minimum, determine above ground annual production on all vegetation species.
                                                                                                                                                    All techniques used are patterned after those identified in the Natural Resource
                                                             Information collected is used to determine site potential for numerous land uses,      Conservation Services' National Range and Pasture Handbook 1997.
                                                             including what are appropriate benchmarks for ecological condition for that site.

                                                                                                                                                    Information collected is used to determine site potential for numerous land uses,
                                                                                                                                                    including what are appropriate benchmarks for ecological condition for that site.
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         DOI     BLM      DOI Activity      BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                    Description                                      Outputs
  EOG                                                                                   DOI Activity Description                                                             BLM Activity Description                                                       DOI Output       BLM Output                   Notes   Resolution
         Code    Code       Title              Title                                                                                                                                                                                        Consistent?                                     Consistent?



PEO 1   L2      BR      Inventory/Assess/ Inventory         Examples/Notes: An assessment is an analysis and interpretation of the physical,       Area inventoried to determine baseline conditions in shrub and grassland           Yes                 Acres             Acres         Yes
                        Monitor           Shrub / Grass /   ecological, and landscape characteristics of a watershed using scientific principles   vegetation types including qualitative upland assessment (inventory), GAP                              inventoried/asses inventoried
                        Landscapes &      PJ Vegetation     to describe conditions as they affect various resources of concern. It addresses a     analysis, vegetation cover type inventories not covered more specifically in other                     sed/monitored
                        Watersheds                          broader suite of issues and resources than a watershed or land health evaluation.      inventories (see below) and other remote sensing methods collecting general or
                                                                                                                                                   specific vegetation baseline data. Includes shrub and grass lands having 10% or
                                                            Work Activity Description: Includes all labor and operational costs associated         less tree canopy cover with an intent to manage as shrub and grass lands in the
                                                            with conducting soil/vegetation inventories, evaluations, assessments, and             future. Forested areas intended to be converted to rangelands are to be
                                                            monitoring efforts at the watershed/landscape level, such as planning and              considered shrub and grass lands, not forestlands, regardless of the amount of
                                                            scheduling work, field/office labor, GIS support, data management support,             existing canopy cover.
                                                            contracts/interagency agreements, and equipment purchase/lease/rental.
                                                            Watershed or landscape health evaluation addresses, at a minimum, achievement
                                                            of watershed or land health standards, conformance of land use activities with      Includes all labor and operating costs associated with accomplishing the shrub,
                                                            guidelines, and whether an existing management practice is a significant factor for grassland inventory defined above.
                                                            not achieving standards.

                                                            Includes the following:                                                                Does not include: Watershed assessments or monitoring, Ecological Site
                                                                                                                                                   Inventory (BQ), Forest Vegetation Inventory (BT), Weed Inventory (BS),
                                                                                                                                                   Wildlife and Plant Inventory (CB), Rangeland Health Standards (MJ).
                                                            detail and is generally charged to the project requiring the work. All levels are
                                                            defined in the National Soils Survey Handbook.


                                                          collection of general or specific vegetation baseline data including cover type
                                                          inventories and remote sensing. Includes shrub and grasslands having 10% or less
                                                          tree canopy cover with the intent to manage as shrub and grasslands in the future.
                                                          Forested areas to be converted to rangelands are to be considered shrub and
                                                          grasslands, not forestlands, regardless of the amount of existing canopy cover.
                                                          Acres inventoried are those for which information has been physically collected
                                                          either through direct field measurement or remote sensing/photo interpretation
PEO 1   L2      BU                                        and has resulted in the synthesis, is an analysis and interpretation of the the
                        Inventory/Assess/ Inventory Lakes Examples/Notes: An assessmentanalysis, interpretation and reporting of physical, Number of acres of lakes or wetlands inventoried. This includes data collection Yes                            Acres             Acres         Yes
                        Monitor           / Wetland       ecological, and landscape characteristics of a watershed using scientific principles that focuses on understanding the condition and/or functionality of both                                   inventoried/asses inventoried
                        Landscapes &      Areas           to describe conditions as they affect various resources of concern. It addresses a fisheries habitat and wetland/shoreline vegetation resources and                                             sed/monitored
                        Watersheds                        broader suite of issues and resources than a watershed or land health evaluation. presence/absence, abundance, range and/or distribution of
                                                                                                                                               lake/reservoir/wetland species (including Special Status Species) in order to
                                                          Work Activity Description: Includes all labor and operational costs associated       describe existing baseline conditions. The scale of mapping for wetlands is
                                                          with conducting soil/vegetation inventories, evaluations, assessments, and           generally smaller, and more discrete, than other Bureau vegetation inventories,
                                                          monitoring efforts at the watershed/landscape level, such as planning and            and can supplement those efforts. Aquatic habitat inventories are generally
                                                          scheduling work, field/office labor, GIS support, data management support,           geared toward species of specific interest, while wetlands inventories tend to
                                                          contracts/interagency agreements, and equipment purchase/lease/rental.               focus more on lakeside vegetation. Reassessment of condition utilizing proper
                                                          Watershed or landscape health evaluation addresses, at a minimum, achievement functioning condition or other methodologies should be reported under MN.
                                                          of watershed or land health standards, conformance of land use activities with       Species population monitoring, where the trend of the species is assessed, should
                                                          guidelines, and whether an existing management practice is a significant factor for be coded to MR.
                                                          not achieving standards.

                                                            Includes the following:                                                                All labor and operating costs associated with documenting habitat conditions for
                                                                                                                                                   lake/reservoir aquatic species and lake/reservoir wetland vegetation.

                                                            detail and is generally charged to the project requiring the work. All levels are
                                                            defined in the National Soils Survey Handbook.


                                                            collection of general or specific vegetation baseline data including cover type
                                                            inventories and remote sensing. Includes shrub and grasslands having 10% or less
                                                            tree canopy cover with the intent to manage as shrub and grasslands in the future.
                                                            Forested areas to be converted to rangelands are to be considered shrub and
                                                            grasslands, not forestlands, regardless of the amount of existing canopy cover.
                                                            Acres inventoried are those for which information has been physically collected
                                                            either through direct field measurement or remote sensing/photo interpretation
                                                            and has resulted in the synthesis, analysis, interpretation and reporting of the
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         DOI     BLM      DOI Activity       BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                  Description                                           Outputs
  EOG                                                                                    DOI Activity Description                                                           BLM Activity Description                                                       DOI Output         BLM Output                      Notes   Resolution
         Code    Code       Title               Title                                                                                                                                                                                      Consistent?                                          Consistent?



PEO 1   L6      BV      Inventory, Assess, Inventory         Examples/Notes:                                                                      Number of miles of stream/river habitat or riparian vegetation inventoried. This Yes                   Miles             Miles              Yes
                        Monitor            Streams /                                                                                              includes data collection that focuses on understanding the condition of both                           inventoried/asses inventoried
                        Lake/Wetlands/Str Riparian Areas     Work Activity Description: Includes all labor and operational costs associated       instream aquatic habitat, channel morphology, hydrology and streambank riparian                        sed/monitored
                        eams                                 with documenting habitat condition and species occurrence for aquatic species        resources and presence/absence, abundance, range and/or distribution of
                                                             and streamside riparian vegetation; evaluations, assessments, and monitoring         riparian-dependent or aquatic species(including Special Status Species) in order to
                                                             efforts at lakes, wetlands and streams, such as planning and scheduling work,        describe existing conditions. The scale of mapping is generally smaller, and more
                                                             field/office labor, GIS support, data management support, contracts/interagency      discrete, than other Bureau vegetation inventories, and can supplement those
                                                             agreements, and equipment purchase/lease/rental.                                     efforts. Aquatic habitat inventories are generally geared toward species of specific
                                                                                                                                                  interest, while riparian inventories tend to focus more on streamside conditions.
                                                             Includes the following:                                                              Reassessment of condition utilizing proper functioning condition or other
                                                                                                                                                  methodologies should be reported under MO.

                                                             instream aquatic habitat, channel morphology, hydrology and streambank riparian
                                                             resources, and the presence/absence, abundance, range and/or distribution of       All labor and operating costs associated with documenting habitat condition and
                                                             riparian-dependent or aquatic species (including Special Status Species). Scale of species occurrence for aquatic species and streamside riparian vegetation.
                                                             mapping is generally smaller and more discrete than other vegetation inventories,
                                                             and can supplement those efforts. Aquatic habitat inventories are generally
                                                             directed toward species of specific interest, while riparian inventories tend to
                                                             focus more on streamside conditions.


                                                           and river habitat (including Special Status Species) to determine if management
                                                           decisions have been implemented and objectives are being met. Also includes
                                                           implementation, effectiveness and validation monitoring components. Monitoring
                                                           is separate from information collected as part of recurring or ongoing inventory
                                                           programs. Habitat monitoring is typically based on species habitat parameters and
PEO 1   02      DF      Plan             Plan for          is directly relevant to a species of interest. Assessment of condition can be
                                                           Examples/Notes:                                                                       Interdisciplinary activity (implementation) plans refine the broad program          Yes                 New or revised       Number of new Yes
                        Landscape/Waters Interdisciplinary                                                                                       objectives in an RMP, outline an implementation strategy for decisions made in                          plan                 or revised
                        hed Resouce      Activities        Work Activity Description: This work activity includes activity plans                 the land use plan, and apply best management practices to meet land use                                                      interdisciplinary
                        Management                         (implementation plans) that meet the goal of healthy watersheds and landscapes.       objectives. Interdisciplinary activity plans include those that incorporate, into a                                          activity plans
                                                           These activity plans refine the broad program objectives stated in the land use       single plan, the aspects of several (or all) management programs for a geographic                                            completed
                                                           plan (RMP or MFP), outline an implementation strategy for decisions made in the area. Examples include Watershed Plans that address several programs or
                                                           land use plan, and apply best management practices to meet land use objectives.       activities, Coordinated Resource Management Plans, and normal year fire
                                                                                                                                                 rehabilitation plans. This program element also includes individual program
                                                           This work activity includes all costs associated with the preparation of these        activity plans that are not specifically provided for in other program elements,
                                                           activity plans: Staff time for preparation, collaboration (outreach, meetings, public e.g., Habitat Management Plans. If an Activity Plan involves a dominant resource
                                                           meetings, etc.) with other entities and the public, consultation with tribes, NEPA that is covered by another program element, costs should be coded to that
                                                           analysis (including T&E consultation and review), coordination and cross-walking program element (DA, DB, DC, DD).
                                                           with other existing implementation plans, third party contracting, etc. It also
                                                           includes costs associated with document preparation such as printing, collating,
                                                           and distribution; training associated with preparing staff to complete these plans; Staff time for preparation, collaboration (outreach, meetings, public meetings,
                                                           research and data searches; and GIS associated activities.                            etc.) with other entities and the public, consultation with tribes, NEPA analysis
                                                                                                                                                 (including T&E consultation and review), coordination and cross-walking with
                                                           If a land use plan amendment is required prior to approval of an activity plan, and other existing LUPs, third party contracting, etc, Costs associated with document
                                                           the land use plan amendment and the activity plan are being prepared                  preparation such as printing, collating, and distribution, Training associated with
                                                           concurrently, the cost of the concurrent effort through the approval stage of the preparing staff to complete these plans, Research and data searches, GIS
                                                           plan amendment should be charged to the land use plan amendment work                  associated activities
                                                           activities. Following approval of the land use plan amendment, costs of finalizing
                                                           the activity plan should be coded to this work activity. A unit of accomplishment
                                                           should be reported for the plan amendment when it is approved, and an additional If a land use plan amendment is required prior to approval of an activity plan,
                                                           unit of accomplishment should be reported for the activity plan when it is            and the land use plan amendment and the activity plan are being prepared
                                                           approved.                                                                             concurrently, the cost of the concurrent effort through the approval stage of the
PEO 1   7F      JF      Perform Wetland Apply Lake /       Examples/Notes: Examples of tasks included in this activity include planting,         All labor and operating costs associatedthe land use plan amendment program
                                                                                                                                                 plan amendment should be charged to with the reportable unit; including:            Yes                 Treated acres        Acres treated   Yes
                        Restoration      Wetland           plant production, contouring, seeding, placement of natural materials, prescribed planning, completion of NEPA requirements (including environmental                                          (any given site is
                        Treatment        Treatments        burning when used as a restoration treatment, and prescribed animal and plant         clearances), NHPA Section 106, ESA Section 7, implementation and                                        counted as at
                                                           management (including application of bio-controls) needed to restore the              maintenance.                                                                                            least one acre).
                                                           ecosystem.

                                                             Work Activity Description: All work undertaken to stabilize, rehabilitate, restore Number of acres of lakes or wetlands treated to promote restoration of ecological
                                                             (restoration) wetland habitat; the purpose being to restore natural processes      processes and conditions. This includes implementation of lake/reservoir and
                                                             regardless of the cause of the disturbance and/or to recover/restore one or more   wetland treatments specific to fisheries (included Special Status Species), wildlife
                                                             plant/animal species.                                                              and riparian (wetland) programs. Treatments typically are spatial vegetation/soil
                                                                                                                                                or aquatic manipulations modifying ecological processes within the stream
                                                             Incidental work supporting such restoration that may be reported here includes     influence zone. Projects, on the other hand, are typically constructed (PE= JH) at
                                                             associated work that is undertaken for the purpose of restoring disturbed wetland a given point on the ground and require periodic maintenance (PE=JI) to
                                                             habitat: resource assessment, baseline development, inventory & monitoring,        continue to function. Should a treatment be applied to the same acreage at some
                                                             treatment evaluation, collecting data that improves understanding of resource      point in time, this would be considered another treatment and reported under this
                                                             (habitat and species) condition, producing/processing legal instruments such as    program element.
                                                             easements and permits, binding contracts such as land use agreements and set-
                                                             aside agreements; Memoranda of Understanding; commenting on proposed
                                                             actions potentially affecting the landscape; participation in regional resource    Examples of treatments include: wetland vegetation plantings for lakeshore
                                                             conservation entities, project planning, environmental and T&E reviews.            stabilization, lake fertilization, aquatic weed removal (noxious weed species
                                                                                                                                                would be reported in PE=JD).
                                                             Does not include work that results in construction of facilities or structures. It
                                                             does not include work to "enhance" the resource beyond that which natural
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         DOI         BLM      DOI Activity      BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                          Description                                      Outputs
  EOG                                                                                        DOI Activity Description                                                               BLM Activity Description                                                          DOI Output     BLM Output                          Notes         Resolution
         Code        Code       Title              Title                                                                                                                                                                                              Consistent?                                     Consistent?



PEO 1   7J      JG          Perform Riparian   Apply Stream / Examples/Notes: Examples of tasks included in this activity include: planting,             All labor and operating costs associated with the reportable units, including          Yes                 Treated miles   Miles treated   Yes
                            Restoration        Riparian       plant production, contouring, seeding, placement of natural materials, prescribed          planning, completion of NEPA requirements (including environmental
                            Treatment          Treatments     burning when used as a restoration treatment, and prescribed animal and plant              clearances), NHPA Section 106, ESA Section 7, implementation and
                                                              management (including application of bio-controls) needed to restore the                   maintenance.
                                                              ecosystem.

                                                                 Work Activity Description: All work undertaken to stabilize, rehabilitate, restore      Number of miles of stream or associated riparian areas treated to promote
                                                                 (restoration) riparian habitat; the purpose being to restore natural processes          restoration of ecological processes and conditions. This includes implementation
                                                                 regardless of the cause of the disturbance and/or to recover/restore one or more        of stream/river and riparian work specific to the fisheries (included Special Status
                                                                 plant/animal species.                                                                   Species) and riparian programs. Treatments are both riparian associated within
                                                                                                                                                         the stream influence zone and direct in-channel activities that result in improved
                                                                 Incidental work supporting such restoration that may be reported here includes          conditions over the long-term and typically do not require maintenance.
                                                                 associated work that is undertaken for the purpose of restoring disturbed riparian      Examples of treatments include: riparian planting for streambank stabilization,
                                                                 habitat: resource assessment, baseline development, inventory & monitoring,             fertilization through carcass seeding or artificial nutrient drips, barrier removal,
                                                                 treatment evaluation, collecting data that improves understanding of resource           riparian thinnings, dropping large woody debris (LWD) into a stream if the LWD
                                                                 (habitat and species) condition, producing/processing legal instruments such as         is not anchored in place, or providing LWD to others for instream use on non-
                                                                 easements and permits, binding contracts such as land use agreements and set-           BLM lands, etc. If a separate treatment is applied to this same acreage (i.e., weed
                                                                 aside agreements; Memoranda of Understanding; commenting on proposed                    treatment or follow-up thinnings to remove encroaching vegetation) at another
                                                                 actions potentially affecting the landscape; participation in regional resource         point in time, then this action would be considered a separate treatment and also
                                                                 conservation entities, project planning, environmental and T&E reviews.                 be recorded under this program element.

                                                                 Does not include work that results in construction of facilities or structures. It
PEO 1   6D      JH          Construct &        Construct Lake    Examples/Notes: This activity applies resource beyond that which natural
                                                                 does not include work to "enhance" theto BLM only.                                      All labor and operation costs associated with construction. This includes force        Yes                 projects         Projects       Yes
                            Maintain           / Wetland /                                                                                               account, survey and design, cost analysis and feasibility studies, preparing and                           maintained/const completed
                            Lake/Wetland/Str   Stream /          Work Activity Description: Includes all labor and operational costs associated          overseeing contracts, and costs to construct projects. This program element also                           ructed
                            eam/Riparian       Riparian          with construction and maintenance, such as planning/scheduling work,                    includes all costs associated with planning the project (including environmental
                            Conservation       Projects          field/office labor, GIS support, data management support, contracts/interagency         clearances, NEPA, NHPA Section 106, ESA Section 7).
                            Projects                             agreements, and equipment purchase/lease/rental. Also includes cost for
                                                                 planning (including environmental clearances, NEPA, NHPA, Section 106, ESA
                                                                 Section), construction and maintenance of projects specific to fisheries, wetlands,     This includes the project planning and implementation of restoration and
                                                                 lakes, and riparian programs (including Special Status Species) on lakes, reservoirs,   enhancement projects specific to the fisheries and riparian programs (including
                                                                 streams, riparian and river habitats.                                                   Special Status Species) on both lake/reservoir and stream/river habitat. Projects
                                                                                                                                                         differ from treatments in that projects require maintenance. Actions such as
                                                                                                                                                         instream structures, placement of large woody debris if it is anchored in place,
                                                                                                                                                         streambank armoring, reef placement, pond or wetland construction, riparian
                                                                                                                                                         exclosure fencing, etc. are examples of projects and are designed as a result of
                                                                                                                                                         habitat and watershed needs analysis.

PEO 1   6D      JI          Construct &        Maintain Lake /   Examples/Notes: This activity applies to BLM only.                                      This includes the maintenance of all project work specific to the fisheries and        Yes                 projects         Projects       Yes
                            Maintain           Wetland /                                                                                                 riparian programs (including Special Status Species) for both lake/reservoir and                           maintained/const completed
                            Lake/Wetland/Str   Stream /          Work Activity Description: Includes all labor and operational costs associated          stream/river habitats.                                                                                     ructed
                            eam/Riparian       Riparian          with construction and maintenance, such as planning/scheduling work,
                            Conservation       Projects          field/office labor, GIS support, data management support, contracts/interagency
                            Projects                             agreements, and equipment purchase/lease/rental. Also includes cost for                 Includes all labor and operating costs associated with the reportable unit such as:
                                                                 planning (including environmental clearances, NEPA, NHPA, Section 106, ESA              project planning, NEPA, environmental assessments, Section 106 compliance,
                                                                 Section), construction and maintenance of projects specific to fisheries, wetlands,     Section 7 consultation, supplies, maintenance costs, cleanup, reporting, data
                                                                 lakes, and riparian programs (including Special Status Species) on lakes, reservoirs,   administration, contracting, cooperative/maintenance agreement reviews and
                                                                 streams, riparian and river habitats.                                                   equipment purchase/lease/rental.


PEO 1   8F      IT          Manage Naturally   Manage            Examples/Notes:                                                                                                                                                                No                  Wildland fire   Wildland fire   Yes             Provide activity
                            Occurring Fires    Naturally                                                                                                                                                                                                            acres managed   acres managed                   definition.
                            for Natural        Occurring Fires   Work Activity Description: Time and materials required to manage a naturally                                                                                                                       for resource
                            Resource Benefit   for Natural       occurring wildfire (as opposed to a prescribed fire) for resource benefits. Effort                                                                                                                 benefits
                            (Wildland Fire     Resource          begins after the fire has been approved for wildland fire use, and continues until
                            Use)               Benefits          the fire is out or no longer requires active management. Includes all staff and
                                                                 contractor time, transportation costs, equipment, and supplies to manage the
                                                                 wildland fire.

PEO 1   6C      JK          Implement AML Implement              Examples/Notes: Environmental hazards at AML sites impacting water quality.      Reduce or eliminate AML-generated water pollution. Site characterizations            Yes                          Acres managed   Acres of        Yes
                            Projects to Restore AML Projects     This activity applies to BLM only.                                               conducted a phase of the process to complete AML water quality projects,                                                          completed
                            Water Quality       to Restore                                                                                        engineering cost analysis, and direct remediation actions at priority watersheds are                                              remediation
                                                Water Quality    Work Activity Description: Reduce or eliminate AML-generated water pollution. appropriate to code to JK. Examples of appropriate on-the-ground measures
                                                                 Site characterizations conducted a phase of the process to complete AML water    may include diverting water flow, relocating mine wastes, and applying passive
                                                                 quality projects, engineering cost analysis, and direct remediation actions at   water treatment methods.
                                                                 priority watersheds. Examples of appropriate on-the-ground measures may
                                                                 include diverting water flow, relocating mine wastes, and applying passive water
                                                                 treatment methods.
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         DOI     BLM      DOI Activity     BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                           Description                                      Outputs
  EOG                                                                                 DOI Activity Description                                                                  BLM Activity Description                                                          DOI Output    BLM Output                      Notes   Resolution
         Code    Code       Title             Title                                                                                                                                                                                               Consistent?                                     Consistent?



PEO 1   7E      JL      Rehabilitate Lands Apply Fire     Examples/Notes:                                                                           Includes labor and other costs associated with the rehabilitation of burned areas Yes                       Acres treated   Acres           Yes
                        Damaged by         Rehab                                                                                                    and damage caused by wildfires. Emergency rehabilitation costs for any one fire                                             rehabilitated
                        Wildland Fire      Treatments     Work Activity Description: Includes labor and other costs associated with the             shall not exceed three years or two full growing seasons to repair or improve
                                                          rehabilitation of burned areas and damage caused by wildfires. Emergency                  lands unlikely to recover to a management approved condition from wildland fire
                                                          rehabilitation costs for any one fire shall not exceed three years or two full            damage, or to repair or replace minor facilities damaged by fire. Costs associated
                                                          growing seasons to repair or improve lands unlikely to recover to a management            with rehabilitation include:
                                                          approved condition from wildland fire damage, or to repair or replace minor
                                                          facilities damaged by fire.
                                                                                                                                                    • tree planting to establish burned habitat, reestablish native tree species lost in
                                                          Costs associated with rehabilitation include:                                             fire, regenerating Indian trust commercial timberland
                                                          • Tree planting to establish burned habitat, reestablish native tree species lost in      • repair damage to minor facilities (campgrounds, exhibits, fences, guzzlers, etc.)
                                                          fire, regenerating Indian trust commercial timberland                                     • habitat restoration
                                                          • Repair damage to minor facilities (campgrounds, exhibits, fences, guzzlers, etc.)       • invasive plant treatment
                                                          • Habitat restoration                                                                     • road/trail maintenance
                                                          • Invasive plant treatment                                                                • heritage site restoration
                                                          • Road/trail maintenance                                                                  • fence replacement
                                                          • Heritage site restoration                                                               • work to prevent land degradation or resource losses
                                                          • Fence replacement                                                                       • fencing of areas to prevent animals or humans from entering sensitive areas
                                                          • Work to prevent land degradation or resource losses                                     • felling damaged trees posing threats to human safety
                                                          • Fencing of areas to prevent animals or humans from entering sensitive areas             • costs to plan, survey, design emergency measures to ensure rehabilitation of
                                                          • Felling damaged trees posing threats to human safety                                    lands damaged by wildfire
                                                          • Costs to plan, survey, design emergency measures to ensure rehabilitation of            • all costs associated with the preparation of activity plans
                                                          lands damaged by wildfire                                                                 • staff time for prep, collaboration (outreach, meetings, etc.) with other entities
                                                          • All costs associated with the preparation of activity plans                             and the public
                                                          • Staff time for prep, collaboration (outreach, meetings, etc.) with other entities       • cultural clearances
                                                          and the public                                                                            • consultation with tribes
                                                          • Cultural clearances                                                                     • NEPA analysis
                                                          • Consultation with tribes                                                                • condition class assessments
                                                          • NEPA analysis                                                                           • Section 7 ESA threatened and endangered species consultation and review
                                                          • Condition class assessments                                                             • coordination and cross-walking with other existing implementation plans
                                                          • Section 7 ESA threatened and endangered species consultation and review                 • third party contracting
                                                          • Coordination and cross-walking with other existing implementation plans                 • compliance with other federal, state, and local laws
                                                          • Third party contracting                                                                 • document preparation such as printing, collating, and distribution
PEO 1   7A      JM      Reduce Hazardous Implement        Examples/Notes:                                                                           Treatments to reduce the buildup of hazardous fuels outside the wildland urban          Yes                 Acres treated   Acres treated   Yes
                        Fuels - Prescribed Fuels                                                                                                    interface to support land/resource management plan goals and objectives to
                        Fire (non-WUI)     Treatment      Work Activity Description: Treatments to reduce the buildup of hazardous fuels            restore or maintain healthy forests and rangelands using prescribed fire. Where
                                           outside WUI    outside the wildland urban interface to support land/resource management plan             multiple treatments are necessary to meet fuel treatment objectives, such as
                                                          goals and objectives to restore or maintain healthy forests and rangelands using          mechanical treatment followed by prescribed fire, each treatment is counted
                                                          prescribed fire. Where multiple treatments are necessary to meet fuel treatment           individually and reported to the specific work activity.
                                                          objectives, such as mechanical treatment followed by prescribed fire, each
                                                          treatment is counted individually and reported to the specific work activity.
                                                                                                                                                    Costs for this activity include:
                                                          Costs for this activity include:
                                                          • Salaries, benefits, travel and supplies for personnel directly involved in planning
                                                          fuels management treatments outside the WUI including: staff time for                     • salaries, benefits, travel and supplies for personnel directly involved in planning
                                                          collaboration (outreach, community workshops, meetings, public meetings, etc.)            fuels management treatments outside the WUI including: staff time for
                                                          with other entities and the public, consultation with tribes, risk assessments,           collaboration (outreach, community workshops, meetings, public meetings, etc.)
                                                          NEPA and ESA analyses, mitigation planning, condition class assessments,                  with other entities and the public, consultation with tribes, risk assessments,
                                                          identification of treatment needs, coordination and cross walking with other              NEPA and ESA analyses, mitigation planning, condition class assessments,
                                                          existing implementation plans, compliance with state (e.g. smoke), other federal,         identification of treatment needs, coordination and cross walking with other
                                                          and local laws, third party contracting, burn plans, etc.                                 existing implementation plans, compliance with state (e.g. smoke), other federal,
                                                          • Salaries, benefits, travel and supplies for personnel directly involved in preparing    and local laws, third party contracting, burn plans, etc.
                                                          and implementing fuels management treatments within the WUI including: on-the-            • salaries, benefits, travel and supplies for personnel directly involved in
                                                          ground manipulation of vegetation and soil, contracts, equipment, equipment               preparing and implementing fuels management treatments outside the WUI
                                                          rental, initial treatment effects monitoring, plot establishment, aircraft flight time,   including: on-the-ground manipulation of vegetation and soil, contracts,
                                                          and initial construction of fuel breaks designed to protect the WUI                       equipment, equipment rental, initial treatment effects monitoring, plot
                                                          • Training in fuels treatment methods and techniques                                      establishment, aircraft flight time, and initial construction of fuel breaks designed
                                                          • Developing fuels treatment methods and techniques                                       to protect the non-WUI
                                                          • Document preparation such as printing, collating, and distribution,                     • training in fuels treatment methods and techniques
                                                          • Training associated with preparing staff to complete plans, research and data           • costs associated with developing fuels treatment methods and techniques
                                                          searches and GIS associated activities.                                                   • costs associated with document preparation such as printing, collating, and
                                                          • Training associated with developing and attending NWCG certified prescribed             distribution,
                                                          fire curriculum                                                                           • training associated with preparing staff to complete plans, research and data
                                                                                                                                                    searches and GIS associated activities.
                                                          This activity does not include costs for cultural and historical surveys, T&E             • training associated with developing and attending NWCG certified prescribed
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         DOI     BLM      DOI Activity     BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                            Description                                      Outputs
  EOG                                                                                   DOI Activity Description                                                                 BLM Activity Description                                                          DOI Output    BLM Output                      Notes   Resolution
         Code    Code       Title             Title                                                                                                                                                                                                Consistent?                                     Consistent?



PEO 1   7B      JQ      Reduce Hazardous Implement          Examples/Notes:                                                                          Treatments to reduce the buildup of hazardous fuels outside the wildland urban          Yes                 Acres treated   Acres treated   Yes
                        Fuels - Mechanical Fuels                                                                                                     interface to support land/resource management plan goals and objectives to
                        (Non-WUI)          Treatment        Work Activity Description: Treatments to reduce the buildup of hazardous fuels           restore or maintain healthy forests and rangelands using mechanical and manual
                                           Mechanically     outside the wildland urban interface to support land/resource management plan            methods. Where multiple treatments are necessary to meet fuel treatment
                                           outside of WUI   goals and objectives to restore or maintain forest and rangeland health using            objectives, such as mechanical treatment followed by prescribed fire, each
                                                            manual or mechanical methods. Mechanical treatments include hand or                      treatment is counted individually and reported to the specific work activity.
                                                            mechanical thinning, pruning, crushing, chopping, lop and scatter, piling, brush
                                                            cutting, chipping, etc. to reduce wildland fuels hazards. Where multiple
                                                            treatments are necessary to meet fuel treatment objectives, such as mechanical           Costs for this activity include:
                                                            treatment followed by prescribed fire, each treatment is counted individually and
                                                            charged to the specific work activity.
                                                                                                                                                     • salaries, benefits, travel and supplies for personnel directly involved in planning
                                                            Costs for this activity include:                                                         fuels management treatments outside the WUI including: staff time for
                                                            • Salaries, benefits, travel and supplies for personnel directly involved in planning    collaboration (outreach, community workshops, meetings, public meetings, etc.)
                                                            fuels management treatments outside the WUI including: staff time for                    with other entities and the public, consultation with tribes, risk assessments,
                                                            collaboration (outreach, community workshops, meetings, public meetings, etc.)           NEPA and ESA analyses, mitigation planning, condition class assessments,
                                                            with other entities and the public, consultation with tribes, risk assessments,          identification of treatment needs, coordination and cross walking with other
                                                            NEPA and ESA analyses, mitigation planning, condition class assessments,                 existing implementation plans, compliance with state (e.g. smoke), other federal,
                                                            identification of treatment needs, coordination and cross-walking with other             and local laws, third party contracting, burn plans, etc.
                                                            existing implementation plans, compliance with state, other federal, and local laws,     • salaries, benefits, travel and supplies for personnel directly involved in
                                                            third party contracting, etc.                                                            preparing and implementing fuels management treatments outside the WUI
                                                            • Salaries, benefits, travel and supplies for personnel directly involved in preparing   including: on-the-ground manipulation of vegetation and soil, contracts,
                                                            and implementing fuels management treatments outside the WUI including: on-              equipment, equipment rental, initial treatment effects monitoring, plot
                                                            the-ground manipulation of vegetation and soil, contracts, equipment, equipment          establishment, aircraft flight time, and initial construction of fuel breaks designed
                                                            rental, initial treatment effects monitoring, plot establishment, and aircraft flight    to protect the non-WUI
                                                            time                                                                                     • training in fuels treatment methods and techniques
                                                            • Training in fuels treatment methods and techniques                                     • costs associated with developing fuels treatment methods and techniques
                                                            • Costs associated with developing fuels treatment methods and techniques                • costs associated with document preparation such as printing, collating, and
PEO 1   7C      JR      Reduce Hazardous   implement        • Costs associated with document preparation such as printing, collating, and
                                                            Examples/Notes:                                                                          distribution,to reduce the buildup of hazardous fuels outside the wildland urban Yes
                                                                                                                                                     Treatments                                                                                                  Acres treated   Acres treated   Yes
                        Fuels - Other      Fuels                                                                                                     interface to support land/resource management plan goals and objectives to
                        Methods (Non-      Treatment by     Work Activity Description: Other fuels reduction treatments (WUI) are specific           restore or maintain healthy forests and rangelands using chemical or biological
                        WUI)               Other Means      fuels treatments undertaken using chemical or biological agents with the defined         treatments. Where multiple treatments are necessary to meet fuel treatment
                                                            objective of mitigating the risk to a community for wildland fire on federal lands.      objectives, such as mechanical treatment followed by prescribed fire, each
                                                            Each project is undertaken within the guidance outlined in a project specific plan       treatment is counted individually and reported to the specific work activity.
                                                            compliant with all applicable Federal, Tribal, State, and local law. Where multiple
                                                            treatments are necessary to meet fuel treatment objectives, each treatment is
                                                            counted individually and charged to the specific work activity.                     Costs for this activity include:

                                                            Costs for this activity include:
                                                            • Salaries, benefits, travel and supplies for personnel directly involved in planning    • salaries, benefits, travel and supplies for personnel directly involved in planning
                                                            fuels management treatments within the WUI including: staff time for                     fuels management treatments outside the WUI including: staff time for
                                                            collaboration (outreach, community workshops, meetings, public meetings, etc.)           collaboration (outreach, community workshops, meetings, public meetings, etc.)
                                                            with other entities and the public, consultation with tribes, risk assessments,          with other entities and the public, consultation with tribes, risk assessments,
                                                            NEPA and ESA analyses, mitigation planning, condition class assessments,                 NEPA and ESA analyses, mitigation planning, condition class assessments,
                                                            identification of treatment needs, coordination and cross-walking with other             identification of treatment needs, coordination and cross walking with other
                                                            existing implementation plans, chemical prescriptions, compliance with state, other      existing implementation plans, compliance with state (e.g. smoke), other federal,
                                                            federal, and local laws, third party contracting, etc.                                   and local laws, third party contracting, burn plans, etc.
                                                            • Salaries, benefits, travel and supplies for personnel directly involved in preparing   • salaries, benefits, travel and supplies for personnel directly involved in
                                                            and implementing fuels management treatments within the WUI including: on-the-           preparing and implementing fuels management treatments outside the WUI
                                                            ground manipulation of vegetation and soil, contracts, equipment, equipment              including: on-the-ground manipulation of vegetation and soil, contracts,
                                                            rental, initial treatment effects monitoring, plot establishment, and aircraft flight    equipment, equipment rental, initial treatment effects monitoring, plot
                                                            time                                                                                     establishment, aircraft flight time, and initial construction of fuel breaks designed
                                                            • Training in fuels treatment methods and techniques                                     to protect the non-WUI
                                                            • Costs associated with developing fuels treatment methods and techniques                • training in fuels treatment methods and techniques
                                                            • Costs associated with document preparation such as printing, collating, and            • costs associated with developing fuels treatment methods and techniques
                                                            distribution,                                                                            • costs associated with document preparation such as printing, collating, and
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         DOI     BLM      DOI Activity     BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                     Description                                        Outputs
  EOG                                                                                  DOI Activity Description                                                             BLM Activity Description                                                        DOI Output      BLM Output                      Notes   Resolution
         Code    Code       Title             Title                                                                                                                                                                                         Consistent?                                       Consistent?



PEO 1   7D      JS      Stablize Burned   Stabilize        Examples/Notes:                                                                     Planned actions within one year of a wildland fire to stabilize and prevent            Yes                 Acres treated    Acres stabilized Yes
                        Areas             Burned Areas                                                                                         unacceptable degradation of natural and cultural resources, to minimize threats to
                                                           Work Activity Description: Planned actions within one year of a wildland fire to    life or property resulting from the effects of a fire, or to repair/replace/construct
                                                           stabilize and prevent unacceptable degradation of natural and cultural resources,   physical improvements necessary to prevent degradation of land or resources.
                                                           to minimize threats to life or property resulting from the effects of a fire, or to Costs associated with emergency stabilization of burned areas include: preventing
                                                           repair/replace/construct physical improvements necessary to prevent degradation     land degradation, resource losses, other measures necessary to stabilize erodible
                                                           of land or resources.                                                               soils, structures, or other conditions or damage caused by wildfires; planning,
                                                                                                                                               collaboration (outreach, meetings, public meetings, etc.) with other entities and
                                                           Costs associated with emergency stabilization of burned areas include:              the public; consulting with tribes; conducting NEPA analysis; conducting ESA
                                                           • Work to prevent land degradation, resource losses, other measures necessary to section 7 threatened and endangered species consultation and review;
                                                           stabilize erodible soils, structures, or other conditions or damage caused by       coordinating and cross-walking with other existing implementation plans;
                                                           wildfires                                                                           conducting third party contracting, cultural clearances, condition class
                                                           • Planning, collaboration (outreach, meetings, public meetings, etc.) with other    assessments; compling with other Federal, state, and local laws; identifying of
                                                           entities and the public                                                             treatment; seeding/mulching to prevent erosion; seeding to prevent permanent
                                                           • Consultation with tribes                                                          impairment of critical habitat for Federal and state listed, proposed or candidate
                                                           • NEPA analysis                                                                     threatened and endangered species; seeding to prevent establishment of invasive
                                                           • ESA section 7 threatened and endangered species consultation and review           plants; direct treating invasive plants; developing structural measures to slow soil
                                                           • Coordination and cross-walking with other existing implementation plans           & water movement; stabilizing critical heritage resources; constructing protective
                                                           • Third party contracting, cultural clearances, condition class assessments         fences or barriers to protect treated or recovering area; replacing/repairing
                                                           • Compliance with other Federal, state, and local laws                              (minor) facilities essential to public health and safety; conducting assessments of
                                                           • Identification of treatment                                                       habitat and significant heritage sites in those areas affected by emergency
                                                           • Seeding/mulching to prevent erosion                                               stabilization treatments; patrolling, camouflaging, burying significant heritage sites
                                                           • Seeding to prevent permanent impairment of critical habitat for Federal and state to prevent looting; increasing road drainage frequency and/or capacity to handle
                                                           listed, proposed or candidate threatened and endangered species.                    additional post-fire runoff; preparing documents, such as printing, collating, and
                                                           • Seeding to prevent establishment of invasive plants                               distribution; conducting training associated with preparing staff to complete these
                                                           • Direct treatment of invasive plants                                               plans; conducting research and data searches; and, conducting GIS associated
                                                           • Structural measures to slow soil & water movement                                 activities.
                                                           • Stabilize critical heritage resources
                                                           • Protective fences or barriers to protect treated or recovering area
                                                           • Replacing/repairing (minor) facilities essential to public health and safety
                                                           • Conducting assessments of habitat and significant heritage sites in those areas
                                                           affected by emergency stabilization treatments
                                                           • Patrolling, camouflaging, burying significant heritage sites to prevent looting
PEO 1   B4      MI      Assess Air Quality Monitor Air     Examples/Notes: Note: a continuous precipitation gauge associated with a            Includes all work associated with air resource and climatological monitoring and Yes                       Stations         Number of air    Yes
                                           Resources /     hydrologic stream flow gauge would be a reportable unit under this work activity. evaluation including planning for, collecting and evaluating the data. This                                  monitored.       resource /
                                           Climatic        However, a hydrologic stream flow gauge alone would not be a reportable unit        includes GIS support, equipment, data management, contracts/interagency                                                     climatological
                                           Conditions      under this work activity.                                                           agreements and other support.                                                                                               stations

                                                           Work Activity Description: Includes all work associated with air resource and
                                                           climatological monitoring and evaluation including planning for and collecting and Monitoring is reported when all scheduled monitoring is completed in the Fiscal
                                                           evaluating the data. This includes GIS support, equipment, data management,        Year. For example, although the station is read quarterly, reporting will only be
                                                           contracts/interagency agreements and other support.                                completed once when all studies are collected and documented for the year.

                                                           Monitoring is reported when all scheduled monitoring is completed in the Fiscal
                                                           Year. For example, although the station is read quarterly, reporting will only be
                                                           completed once when all studies are collected and documented for the year.


PEO 1   L2      MN      Inventory/Assess/ Monitor Lake /   Examples/Notes: An assessment is an analysis and interpretation of the physical, Aquatic and Wetland Monitoring and Evaluation includes all labor and operating Yes                            Acres             Acres           Yes
                        Monitor           Wetland          ecological, and landscape characteristics of a watershed using scientific principles costs associated with documenting habitat condition for lake/reservoir aquatic                            inventoried/asses monitored
                        Landscapes &      Habitat          to describe conditions as they affect various resources of concern. It addresses a species and wetland areas.                                                                                  sed/monitored
                        Watersheds                         broader suite of issues and resources than a watershed or land health evaluation.

                                                           Work Activity Description: Includes all labor and operational costs associated        This work includes the collection, evaluation and reporting of information on
                                                           with conducting soil/vegetation inventories, evaluations, assessments, and            lakes and reservoir habitat (including Special Status Species) necessary to
                                                           monitoring efforts at the watershed/landscape level, such as planning and             determine if management decisions have been implemented and objectives are
                                                           scheduling work, field/office labor, GIS support, data management support,            being met. It includes implementation, effectiveness and validation monitoring
                                                           contracts/interagency agreements, and equipment purchase/lease/rental.                components. Habitat monitoring is typically based on species habitat parameters
                                                           Watershed or landscape health evaluation addresses, at a minimum, achievement         and is directly relevant to a species of interest. Wetland re-assessment for Proper
                                                           of watershed or land health standards, conformance of land use activities with        Functioning Condition is included in this program element.
                                                           guidelines, and whether an existing management practice is a significant factor for
                                                           not achieving standards.

                                                           Includes the following:


                                                           detail and is generally charged to the project requiring the work. All levels are
                                                           defined in the National Soils Survey Handbook.


                                                           collection of general or specific vegetation baseline data including cover type
                                                           inventories and remote sensing. Includes shrub and grasslands having 10% or less
                                                           tree canopy cover with the intent to manage as shrub and grasslands in the future.
                                                           Forested areas to be converted to rangelands are to be considered shrub and
                                                           grasslands, not forestlands, regardless of the amount of existing canopy cover.
                                                           Acres inventoried are those for which information has been physically collected
                                                           either through direct field measurement or remote sensing/photo interpretation
                                                           and has resulted in the synthesis, analysis, interpretation and reporting of the
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         DOI     BLM      DOI Activity      BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                        Description                                     Outputs
  EOG                                                                                  DOI Activity Description                                                              BLM Activity Description                                                           DOI Output      BLM Output                   Notes   Resolution
         Code    Code       Title              Title                                                                                                                                                                                            Consistent?                                    Consistent?



PEO 1   L6      MO      Inventory, Assess, Monitor Stream Examples/Notes:                                                                        All labor and operating costs associated with documenting habitat condition for          Yes                 Miles             Miles        Yes
                        Monitor            / Riparian                                                                                            stream and river aquatic species.                                                                            inventoried/asses monitored
                        Lake/Wetlands/Str habitat         Work Activity Description: Includes all labor and operational costs associated                                                                                                                      sed/monitored
                        eams                              with documenting habitat condition and species occurrence for aquatic species
                                                          and streamside riparian vegetation; evaluations, assessments, and monitoring           This work includes the collection, evaluation and reporting of information on
                                                          efforts at lakes, wetlands and streams, such as planning and scheduling work,          streams and river habitat (including Special Status Species) necessary to determine
                                                          field/office labor, GIS support, data management support, contracts/interagency        if management decisions have been implemented and objectives are being met. It
                                                          agreements, and equipment purchase/lease/rental.                                       includes implementation, effectiveness and validation monitoring components.
                                                                                                                                                 Monitoring is separate from information collected as part of recurring or ongoing
                                                            Includes the following:                                                              inventory programs. Habitat monitoring is typically based on species habitat
                                                                                                                                                 parameters and is directly relevant to a species of interest. Riparian re-assessment
                                                                                                                                                 for Proper Functioning Condition is included in this program element.
                                                            instream aquatic habitat, channel morphology, hydrology and streambank riparian
                                                            resources, and the presence/absence, abundance, range and/or distribution of
                                                            riparian-dependent or aquatic species (including Special Status Species). Scale of
                                                            mapping is generally smaller and more discrete than other vegetation inventories,
                                                            and can supplement those efforts. Aquatic habitat inventories are generally
                                                            directed toward species of specific interest, while riparian inventories tend to
                                                            focus more on streamside conditions.


                                                            and river habitat (including Special Status Species) to determine if management
                                                            decisions have been implemented and objectives are being met. Also includes
                                                            implementation, effectiveness and validation monitoring components. Monitoring
                                                            is separate from information collected as part of recurring or ongoing inventory
                                                            programs. Habitat monitoring is typically based on species habitat parameters and
PEO 1   A0      MT      Monitor And        Monitor Fuels    is directly relevant to a species of interest. Assessment of condition can be
                                                            Examples/Notes:                                                                     Includes work associated with monitoring and evaluating the short term effects Yes                            Acres monitored Acres          Yes
                        Evaluate Fuels     Treatment                                                                                            of fuels management treatments (primarily funded from the 2823 & 2824                                         and evaluated   monitored
                        Reduction and                       Work Activity Description: Fuels treatments include chemical, mechanical,           subactivities). In this context, treatment includes chemical, mechanical, vegetation
                        Post Fire                           vegetation seeding or re-vegetation treatments, prescribed fires, wildland fire for seeding or revegetation treatments, prescribed fires, wildland fire for resource
                        Rehabilitation                      resource benefit or a combination of these treatments.                              benefit or a combination of these treatments. It may also include the monitoring
                        Treatments                                                                                                              of weed populations, or other vegetation populations and evaluating their
                                                            Costs for monitoring and evaluating fuels treatments include:                       responses to the fire or treatment. Monitoring of long-term effects of treatments
                                                            • Labor and other costs associated with monitoring and evaluating the short-term conducted for the objective of hazardous fuels reduction can be charged to the
                                                            effects of fuels management treatments,                                             2823 subactivity, while resources programs pay for long-term monitoring of
                                                            • Monitoring weed or other vegetation, and                                          treatments conducted for other purposes, including the reintroduction of fire into
                                                            • Evaluating vegetation response to the fire or treatment.                          the ecosystem.

                                                            Costs for monitoring and evaluating emergency stabilization and rehabilitation
                                                            treatments include:

                                                         • Labor and other costs associated with monitoring and evaluating rehabilitation
                                                         projects and actions for up to three growing seasons after fire control. This
                                                         includes monitoring plot establishment, reading of studies, data analysis and
                                                         preparation of an evaluation report. Acres monitored are reported each year that
                                                         studies are read and when the evaluation report is completed. Initial treatment
                                                         effects monitoring, plot establishment, and first year post-treatment monitoring.
                                                         • Salaries, benefits, travel and supplies for personnel directly involved in
                                                         monitoring and evaluation for actions taken prior to and during treatment to
                                                         measure treatment effectiveness and ecological change. Monitoring and
PEO 1   M9      MU      Assess Water                     evaluation may extend beyond the 3-year period of rehabilitation actions.
                                           Monitor Water Examples/Notes:                                                                         This includes data collected on the quality and quantity of surface water and            Yes                 Stations         Number of     Yes
                        Quality/Quantity   Resources                                                                                             groundwater. Also includes monitoring of flows, water levels, temperatures,                                  Monitored        monitoring
                                                         Work Activity Description: Includes all labor and operational costs associated          precipitation, turbidity, sediment, pH, or any other water quality constituents.                                              stations
                                                         with data collection on quantity and quality of surface and/or ground water, such       This Program Element also includes costs associated with measuring changes in
                                                         as planning and scheduling work, field/office labor, GIS support, data                  stream channel geometry, and measuring changes in floodplain characteristics.
                                                         management support, contracts/interagency agreements, and equipment                     Source Water Assessment Monitoring, drinking water sampling and testing, and
                                                         purchase/lease/rental. Also includes monitoring of flows, water levels,                 Sole Source Aquifer Monitoring stations costs should be assigned here.
                                                         temperatures, precipitation, turbidity, sediment, pH, or any other water quality        Exceptions are noted above in the first section of Examples/Notes.
                                                         constituents, measuring changes in stream channel geometry, and measuring
                                                         changes in floodplain characteristics, source water assessment monitoring,
                                                         drinking water sampling and testing, and sole source aquifer monitoring station         If the monitoring station can be directly associated with a single BLM use
                                                         costs.                                                                                  authorization, those costs should be coded to the Program Element of that use
                                                                                                                                                 authorization (for example, implementation monitoring of water quality for a coal
                                                                                                                                                 lease would be coded to EL). If the station and its costs cannot be associated
                                                                                                                                                 with a single use authorization, or if the work is rooted in multiple-use
                                                                                                                                                 authorizations, then use this Program Element, MU.


                                                                                                                                                 Cost categories that apply to this Program Element are costs associated with
                                                                                                                                                 collection, analysis, interpretation of water resources monitoring data, installation,
                                                                                                                                                 and maintenance of equipment, laboratory costs, and publication of data, and
                                                                                                                                                 data management.


                                                                                                                                                 Unit of Measure: If a station involves more than one parameter, report one unit
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         DOI     BLM      DOI Activity      BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                    Description                                     Outputs
  EOG                                                                                   DOI Activity Description                                                              BLM Activity Description                                                      DOI Output      BLM Output                   Notes   Resolution
         Code    Code       Title              Title                                                                                                                                                                                        Consistent?                                    Consistent?



PEO 1   L2      MX      Inventory/Assess/   Monitor Shrub   Examples/Notes: An assessment is an analysis and interpretation of the physical,        Includes labor and other costs associated with collecting and evaluating data to  Yes                 Acres             Acres        Yes
                        Monitor             / Grass         ecological, and landscape characteristics of a watershed using scientific principles    determine the effects of the treatment, whether or not objectives were achieved,                      inventoried/asses Monitored
                        Landscapes &        Vegetation      to describe conditions as they affect various resources of concern. It addresses a      and cost effectiveness. Monitoring should be funded by the activities benefiting                      sed/monitored
                        Watersheds          Treatments      broader suite of issues and resources than a watershed or land health evaluation.       from the treatment. Establishing plots for monitoring fire behavior, fuel
                                                                                                                                                    moisture, and direct effects of the fire treatment, and immediate post-treatment
                                                            Work Activity Description: Includes all labor and operational costs associated          monitoring of these plots is costed to hazardous fuels reduction (PE = JM) and is
                                                            with conducting soil/vegetation inventories, evaluations, assessments, and              part of the hazardous fuels reduction project cost
                                                            monitoring efforts at the watershed/landscape level, such as planning and
                                                            scheduling work, field/office labor, GIS support, data management support,
                                                            contracts/interagency agreements, and equipment purchase/lease/rental.              Do not code fire rehabilitation treatments monitored to this this program
                                                            Watershed or landscape health evaluation addresses, at a minimum, achievement element, they are reported to (MZ), weed treatments evaluated (MK) or
                                                            of watershed or land health standards, conformance of land use activities with      monitoring fuel management treatments (MT).
                                                            guidelines, and whether an existing management practice is a significant factor for
                                                            not achieving standards.

                                                            Includes the following:


                                                            detail and is generally charged to the project requiring the work. All levels are
                                                            defined in the National Soils Survey Handbook.


                                                            collection of general or specific vegetation baseline data including cover type
                                                            inventories and remote sensing. Includes shrub and grasslands having 10% or less
                                                            tree canopy cover with the intent to manage as shrub and grasslands in the future.
                                                            Forested areas to be converted to rangelands are to be considered shrub and
                                                            grasslands, not forestlands, regardless of the amount of existing canopy cover.
                                                            Acres inventoried are those for which information has been physically collected
                                                            either through direct field measurement or remote sensing/photo interpretation
PEO 2   M2      BS      Inventory/Monitor Inventory for     Examples/Notes: Thissynthesis, analysis, interpretation and reporting of the
                                                            and has resulted in the activity is for BLM only                                    Total number of acres inventoried for the presence of non-native invasive plants Yes                      Acres inventoried Acres        Yes
                        Invasive Species  Presence of                                                                                           and/or noxious weeds.                                                                                     and/or monitored inventoried
                                          Invasive and /    Work Activity Description: Includes all labor and operational costs associated with
                                          or Noxious        the inventory, evaluations, assessments, and monitoring of invasive species,
                                          Weeds             presence or absence, abundance, range and/or distribution status of fish, wildlife, All appropriate labor and operational costs associated with weed treatments. This
                                                            fungi and plant species (including Special Status Species and Survey and Manage could include, but is not limited to: employee salary, travel costs, vehicle costs,
                                                            Species under the Northwest Forest Plan) and habitats to describe existing          purchase of equipment (GPS units, etc.), contract costs and map costs (GIS, base
                                                            conditions. Labor includes planning and scheduling work; field/office labor; GIS maps).
                                                            support; data management support; contracts/interagency agreements; and
                                                            equipment purchase/lease/rental. This activity includes costs for the following:

                                                            • Wildlife and plant inventory typically based on a specific species of interest, and
                                                            characterizes baseline species status and habitat parameters. Reporting should
                                                            describe existing conditions. Scale of mapping is generally smaller than large
                                                            vegetation inventories and can supplement those inventory efforts.

                                                            • Terrestrial and botanical/plant habitat monitoring based on species habitat
                                                            parameters and directly relevant to a species of interest. Terrestrial wildlife and
                                                            plant habitat reports should describe if management decisions have been
                                                            implemented and objectives are being met. Includes implementation,
                                                            effectiveness and validation monitoring components. Monitoring is different from
                                                            inventory in that a specific hypothesis or question is tested (e.g., was the
                                                            treatment/project successful in meeting its objective).

                                                            • Invasive species inventory includes the number of acres systematically checked
                                                            for the presence or absence of invasive species. Also includes information
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         DOI     BLM      DOI Activity      BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                     Description                                         Outputs
  EOG                                                                                    DOI Activity Description                                                            BLM Activity Description                                                        DOI Output       BLM Output                      Notes   Resolution
         Code    Code       Title              Title                                                                                                                                                                                         Consistent?                                        Consistent?



PEO 2   M2      CB      Inventory/Monitor Inventory        Examples/Notes: This activity is for BLM only                                           Includes data collection, analysis and reporting to provide understanding of        Yes                 Acres inventoried Acres            Yes
                        Invasive Species  Wildlife / Plant                                                                                         presence or absence, abundance, range and/or distribution status of fish, wildlife,                     and/or monitored inventoried
                                          Habitat          Work Activity Description: Includes all labor and operational costs associated with     fungi and plant species (including Special Status Species and Survey and Manage
                                                           the inventory, evaluations, assessments, and monitoring of invasive species,            Species under the Northwest Forest Plan) and habitats in order to describe
                                                           presence or absence, abundance, range and/or distribution status of fish, wildlife,     existing conditions. The scale of mapping is generally smaller than other Bureau
                                                           fungi and plant species (including Special Status Species and Survey and Manage         vegetation inventories and can supplement those inventory efforts. Wildlife and
                                                           Species under the Northwest Forest Plan) and habitats to describe existing              plant inventory is typically based on a specific species of interest, and
                                                           conditions. Labor includes planning and scheduling work; field/office labor; GIS        characterizes baseline species status and habitat parameters. It is not limited to
                                                           support; data management support; contracts/interagency agreements; and                 Shrub, Grassland, Woodland or Forest inventory. Species population monitoring,
                                                           equipment purchase/lease/rental. This activity includes costs for the following:        where the trend of species is assessed, is coded to MR. Inventory for project
                                                                                                                                                   clearances is coded to the program element most closely associated with the
                                                             • Wildlife and plant inventory typically based on a specific species of interest, and project.
                                                             characterizes baseline species status and habitat parameters. Reporting should
                                                             describe existing conditions. Scale of mapping is generally smaller than large
                                                             vegetation inventories and can supplement those inventory efforts.                    All labor and operating costs associated with documenting species occurrence for
                                                                                                                                                   fish, wildlife, fungi and plant species and their habitat parameters.
                                                             • Terrestrial and botanical/plant habitat monitoring based on species habitat
                                                             parameters and directly relevant to a species of interest. Terrestrial wildlife and
                                                             plant habitat reports should describe if management decisions have been               Section 7 consultation costs are NOT included in this program element. Section
                                                             implemented and objectives are being met. Includes implementation,                    7 costs are coded to the program element driving the need for the consultation.
                                                             effectiveness and validation monitoring components. Monitoring is different from
                                                             inventory in that a specific hypothesis or question is tested (e.g., was the
                                                             treatment/project successful in meeting its objective).

                                                             • Invasive species inventory includes the number of acres systematically checked
PEO 2   05      DK      Plan for biological Plan for T&E     for the presence or absence This work species. Also includes plans
                                                             Work Activity Description: of invasive activity includes activityinformation         All labor and operating costs associated with development of recovery plans        Yes                   New or revised     Plans           Yes
                        communities         Recovery         (implementation plans) that meet the goal of sustaining biological communities.      and/or conservation strategies for species listed under the Endangered Species                           activity plan      completed
                                                             These activity plans refine the broad program objectives stated in the land use      Act. Listed species recovery plans, including species conservation strategies, are
                                                             plan (RMP or MFP), outline an implementation strategy for decisions made in the      requirements of the Endangered Species Act. Development of these plans is led
                                                             land use plan, and apply best management practices to meet land use objectives       by the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service or the National Marine Fisheries Service and
                                                                                                                                                  driven by listed species' recovery needs. These same agencies have plan approval
                                                             This work activity includes all costs associated with the preparation of these       authority. BLM's role in these plans is limited to support and participation.
                                                             activity plans: Staff time for preparation, collaboration (outreach, meetings, public
                                                             meetings, etc.) with other entities and the public, consultation with tribes,
                                                             coordination and cross-walking with other existing implementation plans, third          This program element does not include Land Use Plans/Amendments or other
                                                             party contracting, etc. It also includes costs associated with document preparation Activity Plan efforts. Do NOT include baseline inventory, monitoring or
                                                             such as printing, collating, and distribution; training associated with preparing staff implementation efforts in this program element.
                                                             to complete these plans; research and data searches; and GIS associated activities.

                                                             If a land use plan amendment is required prior to approval of an activity plan, and
                                                             the land use plan amendment and the activity plan are being prepared
                                                             concurrently, the cost of the concurrent effort through the approval stage of the
                                                             plan amendment should be charged to DOI Work Activity 31 - Prepare Land Use
                                                             Plan Amendment. Following approval of the land use plan amendment, costs of
PEO 2   7P      JD      Control Invasive    Apply Weed       finalizing the activity plan should be coded to this work activity. A unit of
                                                             Examples/Notes:                                                                      Number of acres treated with chemical, mechanical, physical, or biological           Yes                 acres              Acres treated   Yes
                        Plants              Treatments                                                                                            control agents by fiscal year (include use of domestic animals for the primary                           treated/restored
                                                             Work Activity Description: Includes all costs such as; systematic efforts to         purpose of weed control). Each acre treated is counted only once during a fiscal
                                                             eradicate or contain a potentially invasive species introduced into an ecosystem     year no matter how many re-treatments occurred that fiscal year. Actual total of
                                                             while the infestation of the ecosystem is still localized.                           chemical use will be reported in annual Pesticide Use Reports. Actual total of
                                                                                                                                                  domestic animals and biological control will also be reported in annual Integrated
                                                             Includes all costs associated with inventories and ongoing surveys to track the      Weed Management report.
                                                             presence and status of invasive species over time and at varying landscape scales
                                                             and to evaluate the effectiveness of prevention, control and restoration activities.
                                                                                                                                                  Acres treated is defined as an infestation treated that is within 40 yards radius of
                                                             Control and management activities that minimize or prevent the spread of             each plant or the edge of an infestation rounded up to the nearest acre. This
                                                             established invasive plant species from infested areas and initiate actions to       includes domestic animals, mechanical, biocontrol, cultural, physical and
                                                             prevent further introduction and spread. Includes all costs associated to plan for, chemical. Biocontrol treatments are based biocontrol's agents expansion from the
                                                             assess, conduct eradication, build partnerships, conduct outreach and education      previous year. The original point of release may only be counted the first year.
                                                             efforts, limit dispersal, develop technologies and conduct research and
                                                             development, suppression, or other management efforts.

                                                             Restoration costs include project planning and management, research,
                                                             procurement/contracting of equipment, materials, seed, supplies, and services,
                                                             field operations to implement treatments, monitoring and evaluation, and
                                                             implementation of activity or resource management plans that will maintain the
                                                             improvements.

                                                             This includes actions to: plan for and minimize the risks of invasive species
                                                             introductions on public and private lands and waters; analysis, monitoring,
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         DOI     BLM      DOI Activity      BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                         Description                                       Outputs
  EOG                                                                                   DOI Activity Description                                                              BLM Activity Description                                                           DOI Output       BLM Output                    Notes   Resolution
         Code    Code       Title              Title                                                                                                                                                                                             Consistent?                                      Consistent?



PEO 2   06      JP      Recover             Implement       Examples/Notes:                                                                    Includes actions identified in the implementation schedule of federally authorized Yes                          Completed          Actions      Yes
                        Threatened and      Species                                                                                            recovery plans for ESA listed species and actions identified in conservation                                    recovery actions   performed
                        Endangered          Recovery /      Work Activity Description: All labor and operating costs associated with support   strategies for listed, proposed, candidate or sensitive species. Actions                                        performed
                        Species             Conversation    and participation in the development of recovery plans and/or conservation         implemented must be specifically related to the species of concern and
                                            Actions                                                                                            referenced in the recovery plan or conservation strategy. Monitoring, inventory,
                                                            strategies, all actions necessary to actually implement or facilitate implementation
                                                            of recovery activities for species listed under the Endangered Species Act.        or treatments that would normally be done for other reasons or for other
                                                                                                                                               programs should not be included here even if they occur in the same area of
                                                            Recovery Plan Activities include: development of draft recovery plans, revision of concern and may have positive effects for the species of concern.
                                                            existing recovery plans, peer review, publication in Federal Register Notice of
                                                            Availability, public information meetings, responses to public comment,
                                                            stakeholder involvement, and development of final recovery plans. Listed species All labor and operating costs associated with recovery plan tasks or conservation
                                                            recovery plans, including species conservation strategies, are requirements of the strategy actions implemented. Do not include plan or strategy development.
                                                            Endangered Species Act.

                                                            Recovery Implementation Activities include a wide-range of management actions,
                                                            such as controlled propagation and habitat protection and restoration that reduce
                                                            threats or otherwise benefit listed threatened or endangered species populations so
                                                            that they will stabilize and ultimately increase.

                                                            This work activity does not include the development of plans or recovery actions
                                                            that are led by the National Marine Fisheries Service.


PEO 2   8B      MK      Evaluate Invasive   Evaluate Weed Examples/Notes:                                                                          Evaluation of the number of acres treated to determine effectiveness.                   Yes                 Acres Evaluated. Acres evaluated Yes
                        Plant Species       Treatments
                        Treatments                        Work Activity Description: Evaluation of the number of acres treated to
                                                          determine effectiveness. All appropriate labor and operational costs associated          All appropriate labor and operational costs associated with evaluation of weed
                                                          with evaluation of weed treatments. This could include, but is not limited to            treatments. This could include, but is not limited to: employee salary, travel costs,
                                                          employee salary, travel costs, vehicle costs, purchase of equipment (such as GPS         vehicle costs, purchase of equipment (such as GPS units), contract costs and map
                                                          units), contact costs, and map costs (GIS, base maps).                                   costs (GIS, base maps).


                                                                                                                                                   Unit of Measure: This data is based on BLM's or any cooperator's report.
                                                                                                                                                   Effectiveness will be based on the goals of the treatment. This workload measure
                                                                                                                                                   reports the number of acres evaluated during the fiscal year.

PEO 2   M2      MQ      Inventory/Monitor Monitor           Examples/Notes: This activity is for BLM only                                          All labor and operating costs associated with documenting habitat condition for         Yes                 Acres inventoried Acres         Yes
                        Invasive Species  Terrestrial                                                                                              plant and botanical resources.                                                                              and/or monitored monitored
                                          Habitat           Work Activity Description: Includes all labor and operational costs associated with
                                                            the inventory, evaluations, assessments, and monitoring of invasive species,
                                                            presence or absence, abundance, range and/or distribution status of fish, wildlife,   This work includes the collection, evaluation and reporting of terrestrial wildlife
                                                            fungi and plant species (including Special Status Species and Survey and Manage       and plant habitat (including Special Status Species) information necessary to
                                                            Species under the Northwest Forest Plan) and habitats to describe existing            determine if management decisions have been implemented and objectives are
                                                            conditions. Labor includes planning and scheduling work; field/office labor; GIS      being met. It includes implementation, effectiveness and validation monitoring
                                                            support; data management support; contracts/interagency agreements; and               components. Monitoring is different from inventory in that a specific hypothesis
                                                            equipment purchase/lease/rental. This activity includes costs for the following:      or question is tested (e.g., was the treatment/project successful in meeting its
                                                                                                                                                  objective?). Terrestrial and botanical/plant habitat monitoring is based on species
                                                            • Wildlife and plant inventory typically based on a specific species of interest, and habitat parameters that is directly relevant to a species of interest.
                                                            characterizes baseline species status and habitat parameters. Reporting should
                                                            describe existing conditions. Scale of mapping is generally smaller than large
                                                            vegetation inventories and can supplement those inventory efforts.

                                                            • Terrestrial and botanical/plant habitat monitoring based on species habitat
                                                            parameters and directly relevant to a species of interest. Terrestrial wildlife and
                                                            plant habitat reports should describe if management decisions have been
                                                            implemented and objectives are being met. Includes implementation,
                                                            effectiveness and validation monitoring components. Monitoring is different from
                                                            inventory in that a specific hypothesis or question is tested (e.g., was the
                                                            treatment/project successful in meeting its objective).

                                                            • Invasive species inventory includes the number of acres systematically checked
                                                            for the presence or absence of invasive species. Also includes information
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         DOI     BLM      DOI Activity       BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                          Description                                        Outputs
  EOG                                                                                      DOI Activity Description                                                                BLM Activity Description                                                        DOI Output       BLM Output                     Notes   Resolution
         Code    Code       Title               Title                                                                                                                                                                                              Consistent?                                       Consistent?



PEO 2   6E      MR      Monitor Species      Monitor Species Examples/Notes:                                                                            All labor and operating costs associated with documenting population status and     Yes                  Populations       Populations     Yes
                        Populations          Populations                                                                                                trend.                                                                                                   monitored         monitored
                                                             Work Activity Description: Includes all labor and operational costs associated with
                                                             conducting data collection on monitoring species populations, such as planning
                                                             and scheduling work, field/office labor, GIS support, data management support,        This work includes the collection, evaluation and reporting of species population
                                                             contracts/interagency agreements, and equipment purchase/lease/rental.                information (including Special Status Species) necessary to determine if
                                                                                                                                                   management decisions are being met. Monitoring is different from inventory in
                                                               Includes collection, evaluation and reporting of species population information     that a specific hypothesis or question is tested (e.g., are population trends stable,
                                                               (including Special Status Species) to determine if management decisions are being declining or increasing?). For purposes of consistency, any site established for
                                                               met. Populations monitored are those where information has been physically6         monitoring species populations will be considered a population (e.g., 180 bald
                                                               collected through direct field measurement and has resulted in the synthesis,       eagle sites monitored is a more accurate reflection of the work, rather than
                                                               analysis, interpretation, documentation and reporting of the collected information. reporting 1 population of bald eagles; 3 smolt traps in a basin to monitor chinook
                                                               Information is used to determine if a) management decisions have been               salmon are count as 3 sites, and hence 3 populations monitored).
                                                               implemented; b) species population objectives are being met; and/or c) population
                                                               trends are as predicted and anticipated.

                                                               Monitoring is different from inventory in that a specific hypothesis or question is
                                                               tested (e.g., are population trends stable, declining, or increasing). For purposes of
                                                               consistency, any site established for monitoring species populations will be
                                                               considered a population (e.g. 180 bald eagle sites monitored is a more accurate
                                                               reflection of the work, rather than reporting one population of bald eagles).

PEO 3   E0      AJ      Consult with       Conduct Native Examples/Notes:                                                                               Native American Coordination and Consultation includes all labor, operation          Yes                 DOI Output        Number of       Yes
                        Tribes on Cultural American                                                                                                     funds and procurement costs related to consulting and coordination on a                                  Consultations     Consultations
                        Heritage Resources Consultations Work Activity Description: All costs to coordinate and consult with tribes under               government-to-government basis with Federally recognized tribes, including                               With Tribes
                                                          Federal law, including Archeological Resources Protection Act (ARPA), National                Alaska Native villages and corporations, and including all costs to coordinate and
                                                          Historic Preservation Act (NHPA), American Indian Religious Freedom Act                       consult with tribes under Federal law, including Archeological Resources
                                                          (AIRFA), EO13007 on sacred sites, and Native American Graves Protection and                   Protection Act (ARPA), National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA), American
                                                          Repatriation Act (NAGPRA).                                                                    Indian Religious Freedom Act (AIRFA), EO13007 on sacred sites, and Native
                                                                                                                                                        American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA).This PE measures
                                                                                                                                                        the level of labor and operation funds expended in government-to-government
                                                                                                                                                        consultation and coordination with representatives of Federally-recognized
                                                                                                                                                        Tribes, including Alaska Native villages and corporations. Government-to-
                                                                                                                                                        government Section 106 consultation, Non-section 106 Consultation and
                                                                                                                                                        planning are all coded to this program element. Trust responsibilities, specifically
                                                                                                                                                        cadastral and minerals responsibilities on Indian lands, are not reported under this
                                                                                                                                                        program element.


                                                                                                                                                     Excluded under this PE are:
                                                                                                                                                     (1) trust responsibilities, specifically cadastral and minerals responsibilities on
                                                                                                                                                     Indian lands; and
                                                                                                                                                     (2) labor and procurement costs associated with the development of agreements
                                                                                                                                                     with tribes to fulfill the trust responsibilities of the United States for the
PEO 3   E2      BC      Determine Status Inventory Non- Examples/Notes: Resource management plans                                                    administration of Indian oil and gas costs of cultural resources and of tribal
                                                                                                                                                     Includes all labor and procurement resources and cadastral survey                      Yes                  Acres inventoried Acres           Yes
                        of Cultural &      Sec 106                                                                                                   paleontological inventory, including completing and automating site records and                                               inventoried
                        Heritage Resources Cultural and    Work Activity Description: Includes all costs associated with assessing condition, digitizing site locations and paleontological localities in GIS. Work includes Class
                                           FLPMA /         inventorying & monitoring, and follow-up evaluation of cultural landscapes (i.e.          II and III cultural inventories. Also, includes all costs associated with gathering,
                                           NEPA            battlefields, vistas, etc.), paleontologic localities, archaeological sites, and historic compiling, and analyzing cultural resource and paleontological resource data.
                                           Paleontological structures.
                                           Resources                                                                                                 The acres of public lands inventoried at a Class III level in a given fiscal year as a
                                                           Includes completing and automating site records and digitizing site locations and result of ""pro-active" "cultural resource inventories (i.e., non-section 106
                                                           paleontologic localities in GIS. Includes all cost associated with gathering,             inventory) completed under Sec. 14 of ARPA and/or Sec. 110 of NHPA. Class
                                                           compiling, and analyzing cultural resource and paleontological resource data with II ""sample"" units or transects, inventoried to class III standards, should be
                                                           exceptions as noted below.                                                                included in the acres reported. Also, the acres of public lands surveyed on-the-
                                                                                                                                                     ground to comply with FLPMA, NEPA or Bureau planning requirements to
                                                           Includes the acres of public land inventoried in a given fiscal year as a result of       determine the presence and importance of paleontological resources, whether
                                                           "pro-active" cultural resource inventories (I.e., non-section 106 inventory)              done by agency staff or paleontological permittees. When doing paleontological
                                                           completed under section 14 of ARPA and/or section 110 of NHPA                             work, this program element will be used along with a four digit "PALE" project
                                                                                                                                                     code to denote paleontological inventory."
                                                           Includes all the costs associated with surveying non-DOI lands to identify,
                                                           document and evaluate the condition of archeological, historic or architectural
                                                           districts, sites, structures, buildings, landscapes, paleontologic localities, or places
                                                           with important public and scientific uses, and may include definite locations (sites
                                                           or places) of traditional cultural or religious importance to specified social and/or
                                                           cultural groups. This includes surveys conducted in compliance with Federal,
                                                           state, tribal, or local statutory law (e.g. NHPA, local ordinances).
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         DOI     BLM      DOI Activity     BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                     Description                                      Outputs
  EOG                                                                                   DOI Activity Description                                                              BLM Activity Description                                                      DOI Output     BLM Output                     Notes   Resolution
         Code    Code       Title             Title                                                                                                                                                                                         Consistent?                                     Consistent?



PEO 3   D3      BE      Assess & Manage    Inventory for   Examples/Notes: Feasibility studies, “special resource” evaluations                     Includes labor and procurement costs of wilderness resource inventories and        Yes                 Acres           Acres           Yes
                        Designated Areas   Wilderness                                                                                              assessments. Include wilderness resource inventories and assessments completed                         assessed/manage inventoried
                                           Character       Work Activity Description: Includes all operations and labor costs associated with      to determine if the area has wilderness character and to provide information for a                     d
                                                           the determination of whether management objectives and decisions related to             land use plan to determine if an area should be designated as a Wilderness Study
                                                           nationally designated Wild and Scenic Rivers are being achieved. Work includes          Area.
                                                           all monitoring and evaluation of the data to make the determinations. Work can
                                                           be reported in the absence of a activity plan if the monitoring is done pursuant to
                                                           a land use decision or some other form of documented decision                           Inventories for National Conservation Areas should be coded to appropriate B
                                                                                                                                                   program elements. Gathering information for Congress on potential National
                                                           Work and costs associated with the collection and analysis of baseline data             Conservation Areas should be coded to AE. Inventories for national trails and
                                                           associated with designated Wild and Scenic Rivers. Baseline data collection and         wild and scenic rivers should be coded to BY. When BLM performs an
                                                           analysis of social, economic, or scientific information of Congressionally              evaluation of wilderness character in the LUP it should be charged to the
                                                           designated rivers or trails needed to develop management plans or for                   appropriate D code.
                                                           management activities is appropriate. This work activity includes the costs
                                                           associated with completing specific assessments designed to gather information on
                                                           WSR indicators. This work activity includes the costs associated with work to
                                                           assess the condition or current state of known natural, cultural, recreation and
                                                           facility resources as well as other resources affected along the designated river
                                                           route, both on the ground and in the office, for river administration or
                                                           management purposes.

PEO 3   C7      BW      Catalog Museum     Catalog BLM     Does not include managing/protecting the resource. acquired for the museum
                                                           Examples/Notes: Museum items are all items formally                                     Includes all labor and procurement costs related to addressing the BLM's           Yes                 Museum catalog   Objects        Yes
                        Items              Museum          collection (i.e. museum property)                                                       cataloguing backlog, respectively, at the Anasazi Heritage Center, the Billings                        records          cataloged
                                           Objects                                                                                                 Curation Center, and the National Oregon Trail Interpretive Center.
                                                           Work Activity Description: Includes all costs related to cataloging museum items
                                                           that have not previously been cataloged in the bureau’s catalog system.
                                                                                                                                                   The number of museum objects catalogued at BLM's three curatorial facilities
                                                           Cataloging is the action of assigning and applying a unique identifying catalog         (i.e., Anasazi Heritage Center (Colorado), Billings Curation Center (Montana),
                                                           number to an object or group of objects and completing descriptive information          National Historic Oregon Trail Interpretive Center (Oregon)). Only the staffs at
                                                           (411 DM 1G). Cataloging is accomplished according to standardized rules                 the three centers should use this program element.
                                                           established by the bureau and consistent with 411 DM. Cataloging covers such
                                                           activities as identifying the item, evaluating the general condition of the item or
                                                           group of items (for example, good, fair, poor) marking the item with the catalog
                                                           number, completing specimen labels, documenting the item with photographs,
                                                           entering the data in the bureau’s automated catalog system, and submitting the
                                                           records, if required, into a centralized database. For archival collections, it also
                                                           includes description to appropriate levels of the hierarchy (i.e. collection, series,
                                                           sub-series, file unit or item levels), and preparing a finding aid.

                                                           Cataloging does not include re-cataloging or refining the catalog records for
                                                           objects that have been previously cataloged (see DOI Work Activity 4B –
                                                           Manage/Protect Museum Items) or accessioning (see DOI Work Activity 8A –
                                                           Acquire and Accession Museum Items). Cataloging does include describing newly
PEO 3   8Y      BZ      Assess and Manage Assess           acquired and accessioned archival items that may be accreted to an existing
                                                           Examples/Notes:                                                                      Work and costs associated with the collection and analysis of baseline data           Yes                 Miles           Miles of        Yes
                        Rivers and Trails Designated                                                                                            associated with designated Wild and Scenic Rivers and designated Scenic and                               assessed/manage baseline data
                                          Rivers and       Work Activity Description: Includes all operations and labor costs associated with Historic Trails. Baseline data collection and analysis of social, economic, or                              d               collected and
                                          Trails           determining whether management objectives and decisions related to nationally        scientific information of Congressionally designated rivers or trails needed to                                           analyzed
                                                           designated National Scenic and Historic Trails are being achieved. Work includes develop management plans or for management activities is appropriate.
                                                           all monitoring and evaluation of the data to make the determinations. Work can
                                                           be reported in the absence of an activity plan if the monitoring is done pursuant to
                                                           a land use decision or some other form of documented decision.                       Baseline data collection for determining suitability and eligibility for Wild and
                                                                                                                                                Scenic Rivers should be charged to program element BY.
                                                           Costs associated with hosting, attending or planning meetings, conferences,
                                                           training or workshops; preparing, delivering, sharing or receiving data or
                                                           information from or to external sources; day-to-day activities such as answering
                                                           telephones, mail or email with external sources; development of agreements or
                                                           MOU and the tracking of those documents; volunteer coordination activities not
                                                           related to project implementation; and, all related to carrying out the
                                                           responsibilities of the National Trail System Act for both administration and
                                                           management are included.
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         DOI     BLM      DOI Activity      BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                       Description                                         Outputs
  EOG                                                                                    DOI Activity Description                                                              BLM Activity Description                                                        DOI Output      BLM Output                       Notes   Resolution
         Code    Code       Title              Title                                                                                                                                                                                           Consistent?                                        Consistent?



PEO 3   09      DC      Plan Wilderness Prepare              Examples/Notes:                                                                        These activity plans refine the broad program objectives stated in the land use   Yes                    Wilderness Plans New or revised Yes
                        Area Management Wilderness /                                                                                                plan (RMP or MFP), outline an implementation strategy for decisions made in                              (New/Updated) activity plans
                                        WSR / NSHT           Work Activity Description: This work activity includes the costs associated with       the land use plan, and apply best management practices to meet land use                                                   completed
                                        / Cultural           writing wilderness plans that set wilderness character goals and objectives,           objectives. Examples of activity plans for this element include Cultural Resource
                                        Activity Plans       management actions, define desirable future conditions, and present current            Management Plans, Wild and Scenic River Management Plans, Wilderness
                                                             baselines conditions.                                                                  Management Plans, Historic and Scenic Trail Management Plans, NLCS Business
                                                                                                                                                    Plans, etc. This program element does not include land use plans or site-specific
                                                                                                                                                    project plans.


                                                                                                                                                    This program element includes all costs associated with the preparation of
                                                                                                                                                    activity plans and revision or amendment of activity plans (excluding multi-
                                                                                                                                                    jurisdictional plans). It includes such costs as: Publication and printing, Public
                                                                                                                                                    participation, Protest resolution, NEPA documentation, BLM labor, Third party
                                                                                                                                                    contracts and GIS support.


                                                                                                                                                    If a land use plan amendment is required prior to approval of an activity plan,
                                                                                                                                                    and the land use plan amendment and the activity plan are being prepared
                                                                                                                                                    concurrently, the cost of the concurrent effort through the approval stage of the
                                                                                                                                                    plan amendment should be charged to the land use plan amendment program
                                                                                                                                                    elements DS, DT or DU. Following approval of the land use plan amendment,
                                                                                                                                                    costs of finalizing the activity plan should be coded to this program element. A
PEO 3   12      DI      Plan for Herd      Plan for Herd     Work Activity Description: Establishment and adjustment of Appropriate                 Establishment and adjustment be reported for the plan amendment when it is
                                                                                                                                                    unit of accomplishment shouldof Appropriate Management Levels (AML) for              Yes                 Herd              Number of        Yes
                        Management         Management        Management Levels (AML) for Herd Management Areas (HMAs)                               Herd Management Areas (HMAs)                                                                             management area   HMA's where
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             with new or       AML is
                                                             All costs associated with the establishment or adjustment of AML for HMAs are                                                                                                                   changed AML.      established or
                                                             charged to this work activity with the exception of the field monitoring or            All costs associated with the establishment or adjustment of AML for HMAs are                                              adjusted
                                                             inventory and plans or plan amendments. Monitoring or inventory is charged to          charged to this program element with the exception of the field monitoring or
                                                             the work activity for monitoring HMAs, and plans are charged to the work activity      inventory and plans or plan amendments. The monitoring or inventory is charged
                                                             for planning and analysis. Cost charged include time and supplies related to:          to the program element for monitoring HMAs, MP, and plans are charged to the
                                                                                                                                                    program element for planning and analysis such as DC, DG, DH, or DI. These
                                                             • Decision development including analysis                                              costs include time and supplies related to:
                                                             • Data entry and documentation
                                                             • Protests and appeals related to AML adjustment or establishment
                                                                                                                                                    • Decision development including analysis
                                                                                                                                                    • Data entry and documentation
                                                                                                                                                    • Protests and appeals related to AML adjustment or establishment




PEO 3   0A      FB      Authorize use of Process             Work Activity Description: All costs associated with authorizing access to and use     Includes all labor and procurement costs associated with processing cultural      Yes                    Use               Permits          Yes
                        cultural and natural Cultural /      of cultural and natural heritage resources when such access, use or related activity   resource and paleontological resource use permits, issuing permits and field work                        Authorizations    processed
                        heritage resources Paleontological   is otherwise prohibited. Also includes costs associated with monitoring and            authorizations, and monitoring approved activities for archaeological and
                                             Use Permits     documenting permittee performance and resolving disputes and appeals.                  paleontological investigations. Also, captures all aspects of permit management
                                                             Authorized uses include, but are not limited to, scientific research and collecting    including all labor and procurement costs associated with processing and
                                                             that is permitted; archeological activities (for example ARPA permits);                resolving applicant or permittee appeals of permit denials, revocations and
                                                             ethnographic studies; and special uses (such as filming) that are permitted.           suspensions.

                                                             Excludes costs associated with loans of museum items that are collected under
                                                             DOI Work Activity 8A – Acquire and Accession Museum Items. Excludes costs Processed refers to any application or renewal which is dealt with regardless of
                                                             of special events and demonstrations collected under DOI Work Activity W0 -   whether the processing results in the actual issuance or reissuance of an approved
                                                             Manage Special Events and Demonstrations.                                     cultural or paleontological resource use permit.




PEO 3   D1      FD      Process Non-Sec    Process Non- Work Activity Description: Includes all labor and procurement costs related to              Includes all labor and procurement costs related to non-section 106 cultural         Yes                 Properties.       Number of       Yes
                        106 Cultural and   Sec 106         non-section 106 cultural resource data recovery/recordation and paleontological          resource data recovery/recordation and paleontological field studies.                                                      properties for
                        Paleo Data         Cultural and    field studies.                                                                                                                                                                                                      which data
                                           Paleontological                                                                                                                                                                                                                     recovery /
                                           Data                                                                                                     When doing paleontological work, this program element will be used along with a                                            recordation was
                                                                                                                                                    four-digit "PALE" project code to denote paleontological field research or                                                 conducted
                                                                                                                                                    salvage of specimens at risk.
                                                                                                                                                              Final Report for Tasks 1-3 and 5                                                                                                                                      O.2-17




         DOI         BLM      DOI Activity       BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                        Description                                        Outputs
  EOG                                                                                        DOI Activity Description                                                              BLM Activity Description                                                          DOI Output     BLM Output                       Notes   Resolution
         Code        Code       Title               Title                                                                                                                                                                                            Consistent?                                       Consistent?



PEO 3   D9      HF          Manage/Protect     Restore and      Examples/Notes: Assess/evaluate condition of resources using standardized               Includes all labor and procurement costs associated with managing, stabilizing         Yes                 Properties      Properties       Yes
                            Cultural &         Protect Cultural checklist. Monitor and prevent theft or damage of resources.                            and protecting cultural properties and paleontological localities. This program                            managed/protect protected or
                            Heritage Resources / Paleo                                                                                                  element primarily relates to "bricks and mortar" stabilization, and specifically                           ed              restored
                                               Properties       Work Activity Description: Includes all costs related to protecting Cultural and        excludes all labor and procurement costs associated with on-the-ground
                                                                Natural Heritage Resources from damage/deterioration due to any kind of threat          monitoring.
                                                                to those resources. Threats to Cultural and Natural Heritage Resources include
                                                                natural causes (earthquakes, tornadoes, fire, flood, etc.) as well as human related
                                                                threats over-use, vandalism, looting.                                                   Labor and operation costs of preparing project plans needed to carry out
                                                                                                                                                        stabilization and protection projects should be charged to this program element,
                                                                 Cultural properties monitored through the efforts of non-DOI personnel (e.g.,          but project plans should not be counted as units of accomplishment.
                                                                 volunteers, site stewards, cooperators) should be reported, even though no DOI
                                                                 labor or procurement costs are incurred.
                                                                                                                                                        Includes law enforcement duties including patrol, enforcement, and/or
                                                                 Only those specific cultural properties and paleontological localities that have       investigative activities related to this program element. This includes all labor
                                                                 been visually examined (by employees or volunteers) through an on-the-ground           and operational dollars to deter, detect, investigate or prosecute violations of
                                                                 visit should be reported. Excludes museum collections.                                 rules, regulations or laws pertaining to this program element. This also includes
                                                                                                                                                        work performed by law enforcement officers to protect volunteers, employees or
                                                                 Does not include costs of buildings or other fixed assets at the site of the           government property associated with this program.
                                                                 resource.

                                                                 This work activity should not be used to code labor and operations costs related to
                                                                 monitoring cultural properties as a condition or outcome of section 106
                                                                 compliance. That level of site monitoring should be coded to DOI Work Activity
PEO 3   7W      HG          Adopt WH&B          Adopt WH&B       0A - Authorize Use of Cultural and Natural Heritage Resources.
                                                                 Examples/Notes:                                                                        Includes all costs associated with the adoption of an animal: Advance site visits, Yes                     Adopted animal   Animals         Yes
                                                                                                                                                        promotional efforts and product development for public outreach, on-site for                                                adopted
                                                                 Work Activity Description: Includes all costs associated with the adoption of an       receipt, care, and loading animals, facility rental fees, auctioneer fees, paperwork
                                                                 animal: Advance site visits, promotional efforts and product development for           at adoption event, screening applicants prior to adoption, data entry into WHBIS
                                                                 public outreach, on-site for receipt, care, and loading animals, facility rental fees, for adopted animal, handling or shipping of animals where sub-activity is 5210 or
                                                                 auctioneer fees, paperwork at adoption event, screening applicants prior to            5220 and program element is not capture, shipping costs from facilities to
                                                                 adoption, data entry into automated systems for adopted animal, handling or            adoption events and return to facilities, secondary adoption through return,
                                                                 shipping of animals, shipping costs from facilities to adoption events and return to reassignment, exchange and repossession.
                                                                 facilities, secondary adoption through return, reassignment, exchange and
                                                                 repossession. This encompasses all work prior to an adoption event in preparation
                                                                 for that event.                                                                        This encompasses all work prior to an adoption event in preparation for that
                                                                                                                                                        event. Subactivities 5210 and 5220 should be used with this program element
                                                                                                                                                        when shipping animals to and from adoptions.


PEO 3   7V      HI          Prepare/Hold        Prepare / Hold Examples/Notes:                                                                          All labor and operational costs associated with the care, preparation and holding      Yes                 Animal-day.      Number of        Yes
                            WH&B                WH&B                                                                                                    of animals.                                                                                                                 animal-days for
                                                               Work Activity Description: All labor and operational costs associated with the                                                                                                                                       all animals held
                                                               care, preparation and holding of animals.                                                                                                                                                                            or born in a
                                                                                                                                                        Costs Include: All supplies and time related to sorting, handling and holding of                                            facility
                                                                 Costs include all supplies and time related to sorting, handling and holding of        animals at facility; feed, vet care and freeze marking; gelding; training; secondary
                                                                 animals at facility; feed, vet care and freeze marking; gelding; training; secondary   preparation as a result of long-term holding such as hoof-trimming and
                                                                 preparation as a result of long-term holding such as hoof-trimming and                 vaccines/worming; supplemental feed; contracts or costs for feed and care;
                                                                 vaccines/worming; supplemental feed; contracts or costs for feed and care;             addition of new material such as gravel; costs of solid waste disposal; leases for
                                                                 addition of new material such as gravel; costs of solid waste disposal; leases for     facilities; data entry; documentation of animal health care records; humane
                                                                 facilities; data entry; documentation of animal health care records; humane            destruction of old, injured, lame or sick animals; identification of new animals
                                                                 destruction of old, injured, lame or sick animals; identification of new animals and   and disposition of dead animals; all costs associated with supporting research
                                                                 disposition of dead animals; all costs associated with supporting research projects.   projects. Do not use Subactivity 5210 or 5220 in conjunction with this program
                                                                                                                                                        element for shipping.
                                                                 Long term holding expenses are included in this work activity; including those
                                                                 associated with contracting and NEPA review
                                                                                                                                                        Long term holding expenses are included in this program element; including
                                                                                                                                                        those associated with contracting and NEPA review.

PEO 3   7U      JJ          Gather/Remove       Gather /         Work Activity Description: All costs associated with the capture of wild horses or     All costs associated with the capture of wild horses or burros are charged to this Yes                     Animals removed Animals          Yes
                            Wild Horses and     Remove Wild      burros are charged to this work activity. These activities include: contracts for      element. These activities include contracts for gathers, work and supplies                                                 removed
                            Burros              Horses and       gathers, work and supplies necessary for gathers, sorting, care and such items as      necessary for gathers, sorting, care and such items as blood work for genetics,
                                                Burros           blood work for genetics, disease, research and Fertility Control, horse and/or         disease, research and Fertility Control, horse and/or equipment rental for gathers,
                                                                 equipment rental for gathers, costs of shipping animals from capture site to           costs of shipping animals from capture site to facilities, data entry and NEPA
                                                                 facilities; data entry and NEPA analysis and decisions related to gathers.             analysis and decisions related to gathers.
PEO 3   D8      MC          Conduct Census of Conduct            Examples/Notes:                                                                        Includes all labor and operational costs associated with: Census of animal          Yes                    HMA censused     HMA's           Yes
                            WH&B Areas        Census of                                                                                                 populations in Herd Management Areas including: flight costs, field visits and                                              censused
                                              WH&B Areas         Work Activity Description: Includes all labor and operational costs associated         documentation.
                                                                 with: Census (period count) of animal populations in Herd Management Areas
                                                                 (HMA).
                                                                                                                                                          Final Report for Tasks 1-3 and 5                                                                                                                                     O.2-18




         DOI     BLM      DOI Activity      BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                          Description                                      Outputs
  EOG                                                                                    DOI Activity Description                                                              BLM Activity Description                                                          DOI Output      BLM Output                     Notes   Resolution
         Code    Code       Title              Title                                                                                                                                                                                              Consistent?                                     Consistent?



PEO 3   D3      MD      Assess & Manage    Monitor        Examples/Notes: Feasibility studies, “special resource” evaluations                       Includes all costs including labor and procurement in support of monitoring             Yes                 Acres           Acres          Yes
                        Designated Areas   Wilderness and                                                                                           Wilderness and Wilderness Study Areas. Monitoring is defined as an actual visit                             assessed/manage Monitored
                                           Wilderness     Work Activity Description: Includes all operations and labor costs associated with        by an authorized person to an area to evaluate the integrity of the area's                                  d
                                           Study Areas    the determination of whether management objectives and decisions related to               wilderness values.
                                                          nationally designated Wild and Scenic Rivers are being achieved. Work includes
                                                          all monitoring and evaluation of the data to make the determinations. Work can
                                                          be reported in the absence of a activity plan if the monitoring is done pursuant to       Monitoring should be completed at a minimum of once per month, in the
                                                          a land use decision or some other form of documented decision                             months that area is accessible to the public, or on a different frequency basis if in
                                                                                                                                                    accordance with an alternative surveillance plan. Do not include the cost of
                                                             Work and costs associated with the collection and analysis of baseline data            compliance work related to authorized uses.
                                                             associated with designated Wild and Scenic Rivers. Baseline data collection and
                                                             analysis of social, economic, or scientific information of Congressionally
                                                             designated rivers or trails needed to develop management plans or for             Include costs of law enforcement when performing compliance, patrol,
                                                             management activities is appropriate. This work activity includes the costs       enformcement, and investigations to protect WSAs.
                                                             associated with completing specific assessments designed to gather information on
                                                             WSR indicators. This work activity includes the costs associated with work to
                                                             assess the condition or current state of known natural, cultural, recreation and
                                                             facility resources as well as other resources affected along the designated river
                                                             route, both on the ground and in the office, for river administration or
                                                             management purposes.

PEO 3   8Y      MF      Assess and Manage Evaluate           Does not include managing/protecting the resource.
                                                             Examples/Notes:                                                                        Includes all operations and labor costs associated with the determination of            Yes                 Miles           Miles evaluated Yes
                        Rivers and Trails Designated                                                                                                whether management objectives and decisions related to nationally designated                                assessed/manage
                                          Rivers and         Work Activity Description: Includes all operations and labor costs associated with     Wild and Scenic Rivers, and Trails are being achieved. Work includes all                                    d
                                          Trails             determining whether management objectives and decisions related to nationally          monitoring and evaluation of the data to make the determinations. Work can be
                                                             designated National Scenic and Historic Trails are being achieved. Work includes       reported in the absence of a activity plan if the monitoring is done pursuant to a
                                                             all monitoring and evaluation of the data to make the determinations. Work can         land use decision or some other form of documented decision.
                                                             be reported in the absence of an activity plan if the monitoring is done pursuant to
                                                             a land use decision or some other form of documented decision.

                                                             Costs associated with hosting, attending or planning meetings, conferences,
                                                             training or workshops; preparing, delivering, sharing or receiving data or
                                                             information from or to external sources; day-to-day activities such as answering
                                                             telephones, mail or email with external sources; development of agreements or
                                                             MOU and the tracking of those documents; volunteer coordination activities not
                                                             related to project implementation; and, all related to carrying out the
                                                             responsibilities of the National Trail System Act for both administration and
                                                             management are included.


PEO 3   E1      MP      Monitor WH&B    monitor              Examples/Notes:                                                                        Includes all labor and operational costs that are primarily associated with  Yes                            Monitored/invent HMA's         Yes
                        Herd Management WH&B Herd                                                                                                   monitoring and inventorying herd and habitat for wild horse and burro                                       oried herd       monitored
                        Areas           Management           Work Activity Description: Includes all labor and operational costs that are           management for: the establishment or adjustment of AML, monitoring condition                                management area.
                                        Areas                primarily associated with monitoring and inventorying herd and habitat for wild        of animals, vegetation and water sources, inventory assessments, HMA
                                                             horse and burro management for the establishment or adjustment of AML,                 improvement projects should be charged to Program Element JB or JH
                                                             monitoring condition of animals, vegetation and water sources, and inventory           depending on the habitat.
                                                             assessments. HMA improvement projects should not be charged to this work
                                                             activity.

PEO 3   D9      MY      Manage/Protect     Monitor Non-      Examples/Notes: Assess/evaluate condition of resources using standardized              Includes all labor and procurement costs related to monitoring cultural property Yes                        Properties      Localities     Yes
                        Cultural &         Sec 106           checklist. Monitor and prevent theft or damage of resources.                           condition and detecting and deterring looting and vandalism. Cultural properties                            managed/protect monitored
                        Heritage Resources Cultural                                                                                                 monitored through the efforts of non-BLM personnel (e.g., volunteers, site                                  ed
                                           Properties and    Work Activity Description: Includes all costs related to protecting Cultural and       stewards, cooperators) should be reported, even though no BLM labor or
                                           Paleontological   Natural Heritage Resources from damage/deterioration due to any kind of threat         procurement costs may be attributed to this work. This program element does
                                           Localities        to those resources. Threats to Cultural and Natural Heritage Resources include         not include any labor and procurement costs related to monitoring approved
                                                             natural causes (earthquakes, tornadoes, fire, flood, etc.) as well as human related    activities of cultural resource and paleontological permittees; the latter should be
                                                             threats over-use, vandalism, looting.                                                  reported under program element "FB."

                                                             Cultural properties monitored through the efforts of non-DOI personnel (e.g.,
                                                             volunteers, site stewards, cooperators) should be reported, even though no DOI      The number of individual cultural properties and paleontological localities
                                                             labor or procurement costs are incurred.                                            monitored by BLM personnel and non-BLM personnel (e.g., volunteers, site
                                                                                                                                                 stewards, etc.) to assess resource condition and detect and deter looting and
                                                             Only those specific cultural properties and paleontological localities that have    vandalism. Only those specific cultural properties and paleontological localities
                                                             been visually examined (by employees or volunteers) through an on-the-ground        that have been visually examined through an on-the-ground visit should be
                                                             visit should be reported. Excludes museum collections.                              reported. This program element will be used along with a four-digit "PALE"
                                                                                                                                                 project code to denote paleontological localities monitored. This program
                                                             Does not include costs of buildings or other fixed assets at the site of the        element should not be used to code labor and operations costs related to
                                                             resource.                                                                           monitoring cultural properties as a condition or outcome of section 106
                                                                                                                                                 compliance; that level of site monitoring should be coded to the appropriate use
                                                             This work activity should not be used to code labor and operations costs related to authorization program element.
                                                             monitoring cultural properties as a condition or outcome of section 106
                                                             compliance. That level of site monitoring should be coded to DOI Work Activity
                                                             0A - Authorize Use of Cultural and Natural Heritage Resources.
                                                                                                                                                        Final Report for Tasks 1-3 and 5                                                                                                                                        O.2-19




         DOI     BLM      DOI Activity     BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                       Description                                           Outputs
  EOG                                                                                    DOI Activity Description                                                            BLM Activity Description                                                         DOI Output       BLM Output                        Notes   Resolution
         Code    Code       Title             Title                                                                                                                                                                                           Consistent?                                          Consistent?



PEO 3   2A      NK      Conduct WH&B       Conduct          Examples/Notes:                                                                       This element includes all labor and operational costs associated with conducting      Yes                 Animal             Number of         Yes
                        Compliance         WH&B                                                                                                   compliance inspections of the terms and conditions agreed to by an adopter by                             Compliance         animals
                        Inspections        Compliance       Work Activity Description: This work activity includes all labor and operational      signing the Private Maintenance and Care Agreement (PMACA).                                               Review             receiving field
                                           Inspections      costs associated with conducting compliance inspections of the terms and                                                                                                                                           compliance
                                                            conditions agreed to by an adopter by signing the Private Maintenance and Care                                                                                                                                     reviews
                                                            Agreement (PMACA).                                                                    Some animals adopted through a Private Maintenance and Care Agreement
                                                                                                                                                  [PMACA] receive a compliance field inspection. BLM personnel, approved
                                                            Some animals adopted through Private maintenance and Care Agreement                   volunteers or other authorized officers perform field inspections prior to titling.
                                                            (PMACA) receive a compliance field inspection. Personnel, approved volunteers
                                                            or other authorized officers perform field inspections prior to titling.
                                                                                                                                                  Include all costs for volunteers conducting inspections, all costs associated with
                                                            Include all costs for volunteers conducting inspections, all costs associated with    repossession including care, time and travel relating to all compliance activities,
                                                            repossession including care, time and travel relating to all compliance activities,   response to mistreatment complaint, time and travel to slaughterhouses for each
                                                            response to mistreatment complaint, time and travel to slaughterhouses for each animal inspection resulting from reports or complaints of missing titles, data
                                                            animal inspection, resulting from reports or complaints of missing titles, data entry entry and documentation resulting from compliance activities, reimbursement of
                                                            and documentation resulting from compliance activities, reimbursement of funds funds from adopter for escaped animals [as cited in regulations & in PMACA]
                                                            from adopter for escaped animals (as cited in regulations & PMACA) will be            will be pursued and investigations related to violations of the WH&B PMACA.
                                                            pursued and investigations related to violations of the WH&B PMACA.

                                                            The issuance of title is included in this work activity.                              Includes all costs of law enforcement when conducting compliance, patrol,
                                                                                                                                                  enforcement and investigations related to voilations of WH&B Private
                                                                                                                                                  Maintaince and Care Agreement.


                                                                                                                                                  The issuance of title is included in this program element.




UEO 1   0H      EI                         Develop and      DOI Activity Description                                                              Fluid Minerals means oil and gas and geothermal resources. Leasing includes all Yes                                          Leases issued,    Yes
                        Process Oil and    Issue Federal    "Examples/Notes: This activity applies only to BLM & MMS                              activities related to lease issuance. This workload measure represents all State and                      Number of          renewed, or
                        Gas Leases         Fluid Mineral                                                                                          Field Office direct and support activities associated with parcel preparation, lease                      issued, renewed,   exchanged
                                           Leases           Work Activity Description: Leasing includes all direct and support pre-lease          sales, lease issuance, including lease renewals and exchanges.                                            or exchanged
                                                            activities related to lease issuance including NEPA analysis, parcel description,                                                                                                               leases
                                                            lease sales, lease issuance, lease renewals and exchanges. Includes the MMS 5-year
                                                            Oil and Gas Leasing Plan

                                                         "
UEO 1   0F      EJ                         Process Fluid "Examples/Notes: This activity applies only to BLM. Also includes all time           Fluid Minerals means oil and gas and geothermal resources. All work associated Yes                                           APDs                  Yes
                        Process On-shore   Minerals APDs spent to process, monitor, close Notice of Staking when it does not result in filing with customer requests for the development of oil and gas leases, in the form of                              APDs processed Processed
                        Applications for                 of an APD (do not count NOS as unit of accomplishment)                               applications to commence oil and gas drilling activities. Application for Permit to
                        Permit to Drill                                                                                                       Drill (APD) processing begins with receipt of either a Notice of Staking (NOS)
                        (APD)                            Work Activity Description: All work associated with customer requests for the        or an APD package from an operator and ends with final disposition of the
                                                         development of oil and gas leases and geothermal leases, in the form of              application. It includes coordination with the operator, surface owners, other
                                                         applications to commence drilling activities. Application for Permit to Drill        Federal and State agencies and public interest groups; review, determination and
                                                         (APD) processing begins with receipt of either a Notice of Staking (NOS) or an       resolution of legal issues concerning the proposed well; surface and subsurface
                                                         APD package from an operator and ends with final disposition of the application. geological and engineering reviews; completion of NEPA requirements;
                                                         It includes coordination with the operator, surface owners, other Federal and State resolution of resource conflicts, Section 106 & Section 7; and negotiation of
                                                         agencies and public interest groups; review, determination and resolution of legal conditions of approval (COA). It does not include any work associated with
                                                         issues concerning the proposed well; surface and subsurface geological and           Sundry Notices (see FJ) or geophysical permitting (see EQ).
                                                         engineering reviews; completion of NEPA requirements; resolution of resource
                                                         conflicts, Section 106 & Section 7; and negotiation of conditions of approval
                                                         (COA). It does not include any work associated with Sundry Notices or                Shall include all of the above as it relates to geothermal resources.
                                                         geophysical permitting.
                                                         "
UEO 1   0J      EL      Process Coal And   Process Coal  Examples/Notes: This activity applies only to BLM                                    All work associated with processing new coal leases. Lease modifications,           Yes                       Processed action. Actions            Yes
                        Acreage Leases     Leases                                                                                             assignments, or segregation of an existing lease are considered post lease actions.                                             Processed
                                                         Work Activity Description: This activity covers all work associated with             This program element includes all actions taken to process new coal leases
                                                         processing coal leases. Includes all actions taken to process new coal leases and    including NEPA, GIS support, Section 7 clearances and Section 106 compliance.
                                                         fringe acreage leases, including NEPA, GIS support, Section 7 clearances and         This program element also includes all cost associated with processing and
                                                         Section 106 compliance. This activity also includes all cost associated with         issuing exploration licenses.
                                                         processing and issuing exploration licenses.
                                                                                                                                              Authorizations should be processed in conformance with existing manuals and
                                                         Authorizations should be processed in conformance with existing manuals and          handbooks for coal leasing. This includes a review of lessee qualifications and
                                                         handbooks for coal leasing. This includes a review of lessee qualifications and      appropriate review of adequate bonding. The workload shall be documented in
                                                         appropriate review of adequate bonding. The workload shall be documented in          LR2000 and appropriate action codes shall be consistently entered at time of
                                                         LR2000 and appropriate action codes shall be consistently entered at time of lease lease issuance or lease application denial.
                                                         issuance or lease application denial
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         DOI     BLM      DOI Activity      BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                     Description                                       Outputs
  EOG                                                                                   DOI Activity Description                                                              BLM Activity Description                                                       DOI Output        BLM Output                   Notes   Resolution
         Code    Code       Title              Title                                                                                                                                                                                         Consistent?                                      Consistent?



UEO 1   0Q      EM      Process Coal Post Process Coal       Examples/Notes: This activity applies only to BLM                                     Post-Lease actions includes all actions associated with lease operations after a Yes                    Post-lease actions Post lease    Yes
                        Lease Actions     Post Lease                                                                                               coal lease has been issued. These actions may include, but are not limited to,                          processed          actions
                                          Actions            Work Activity Description: Post-Lease actions includes all actions associated with    review and approval of mining or exploration plans, lease assignments/transfers,                                           processed
                                                             lease operations after a coal lease has been issued. These actions may include but    royalty rate reductions, logical mining unit approvals/disapprovals, lease
                                                             are not limited to review and approval of mining or exploration plans, lease          renewals, lease modifications, bonding modifications, and lease terminations and
                                                             assignments/transfers, royalty rate reductions, logical mining unit approvals/        relinquishments. Work also includes all associated NEPA work where not
                                                             disapprovals, lease renewals, lease modifications, bonding modifications, and lease   previously addressed. Work does not include inspections or production
                                                             terminations and relinquishments. Work also includes all associated NEPA work         verification (see PE = NG).
                                                             where not previously addressed. Does not include inspections or production
                                                             verification.


UEO 1   0L      EQ      Process Other    Process LR /        Examples/Notes: This activity applies only to BLM                                     For Lands & Realty actions, this program element includes all efforts to process Yes                    Easements and      Actions       Yes
                        Easements/Licens Geophysical                                                                                               FLPMA, leases (including airport, and other lands & realty leases), permits,                            licenses           processed
                        es               Permits /           Work Activity Description: Includes all costs related to processing BLM               licenses or easement applications. Costs coded to this program element include:                         processed
                                         Licenses /          Geological,& Geophysical permits, Notices of Intent on onshore Federal and            resource data collection (e.g., NEPA, Section 106 compliance, Section 7
                                         Easements           Indian surface, easements and licenses not included elsewhere e.g., renewable         consultations, GIS and other supporting efforts, etc.); adjudication, including land
                                                             energy. This includes NEPA analysis, consultations with resource managers and         status checks, application evaluation, docketing, etc.; determining, collecting,
                                                             states, technical evaluations and issuance of easement/license.                       depositing rent; coordination with external groups or customers; authorization
                                                                                                                                                   work, including management review; etc. Costs to this PE rights-of-way (see
                                                                                                                                                   ER). Use NH for all work associated with lands and realty compliance
                                                                                                                                                   inspections.
                                                                                                                                                   Note: Geophysical leases, formerly identified under this PE are now located in
                                                                                                                                                   PE FT.

UEO 1   0U      FF      Process O&G         Process O&G      Examples/Notes: This activity applies only to BLM and MMS                             Reservoir management for agreements is a process by which the Bureau of Land Yes                        Processed          Reviews       Yes
                        Reservoir Mgt       Reservoir                                                                                              Management identifies, analyzes, designates, approves, and monitors the geologic,                       reviews/unitizatio processed
                        Agreements          Management       Work Activity Description: Reservoir management for agreements is a process by        engineering, and economic aspects of Federal and Indian oil and gas interests.                          n agreements
                                            Agreements       which a Bureau identifies, analyzes, designates, approves, and monitors the           The workload functions include establishing spacing involving Federal and
                                                             geologic, engineering, and economic aspects of Fedral and Indian oil and gas          Indian lands; diligence reviews on Indian leases; reviewing IMDA agreements;
                                                             interests. This includes establishing spacing involving Federal and Indian lands;     designating, approving and managing unitization, communitization, compensatory
                                                             diligence reviews on Indian leases; reviewing IMDA agreements; designating,           royalty, gas storage and other agreements. This program element includes Natural
                                                             approving and managing unitization, communitization, compensatory royalty, gas        Gas Policy Act (NGPA) well determinations on application. It does not include
                                                             storage and other agreements. This activity includes Natural Gas Policy Act           activities related to drainage resolution (see NC).
                                                             (NGPA) well determinations on application. It does not include activities related
                                                             to drainage resolution.


UEO 1   0D      FI      Maintain Oil &      Process          DOI Activity Description                                                              Fluid minerals mean oil and gas and geothermal resources. Post lease                Yes                 Post lease action Post lease     Yes
                        Gas                 Administrative   "Examples/Notes: This activity applies only to BLM & MMS                              administration includes all work related to lease ownership changes (transfers of                       or adjustments    actions or
                        Leases/Authorizat   Changes Post                                                                                           record title or of operating rights, name changes, mergers); lease status changes                       processed         adjustments
                        ons                 Lease Federal    Work Activity Description: Includes all post-lease actions related to adjudication    (effects of resurveys or protractions; production determinations; lease                                                   processed
                                            Fluid Minerals   and administration of leases and other authorizations except BLM rights of ways.      suspensions; permanent change of royalty/rental rate; stripper well royalty rate
                                                             Costs include:                                                                        reductions, lease adjustments based on agreement or drainage resolution actions);
                                                             • Company qualifications,                                                             bonding necessary for post lease use authorizations (new bonds or riders;
                                                             • Name changes,                                                                       termination), and compliance actions under bonding (see also EJ, FJ) ; case
                                                             • Mergers,                                                                            closure (expiration, termination, relinquishment, cancellation), refund
                                                             • Bankruptcy proceedings,                                                             authorizations; lease reactivation or reinstatement (Classes I, II & I II), but not
                                                             • Ownership changes (transfers of record title or of operating rights, name           lease renewals or exchanges (see EI). This workload measure represents all State
                                                             changes, mergers),                                                                    and Field Office direct and support work associated with these post lease
                                                             • Lease status changes (effects of resurveys or protractions, production              activities, including data entry to Case Recordation, AFMSS, or other automated
                                                             determinations, lease/unit suspensions, permanent change of royalty/rental rate,      system. It does not include monitoring drilling diligence for the Public Interest
                                                             stripper well royalty rate reductions, lease adjustments based on agreement or        Requirement on agreements (see FF).
                                                             drainage resolution actions),
                                                             • Lease abandonment cost analysis,
                                                             • Lease changes,                                                                      In addition to all of the above, geothermal post lease administration shall include
                                                             • Refund authorizations,                                                              geothermal diligent drilling extensions, diligent efforts extensions associated with
                                                             • Lease reactivation or reinstatement,                                                geothermal leasing, byproducts extensions, unit commitment extensions and
                                                             • Royalty relief,                                                                     significant expenditures.
                                                             • Relinquishments/expirations,
                                                             • Bonding necessary for post-lease authorizations (new bonds or riders,
                                                             termination) and compliance actions under bonding,
                                                             • Case closure (expiration, termination, relinquishment, cancellation),
                                                             • Refund authorizations,
                                                             • Lease reactivation or reinstatement (Classes I, II & III).

                                                             This work activity represents all direct and support work associated with these
                                                             post adjudication lease activities, including data entry to Case Recordation,
                                                             AFMSS, or other automated system. It does not include monitoring drilling
                                                             diligence for the Public Interest Requirement on agreements..
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         DOI     BLM      DOI Activity      BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                     Description                                      Outputs
  EOG                                                                                  DOI Activity Description                                                               BLM Activity Description                                                       DOI Output      BLM Output                    Notes   Resolution
         Code    Code       Title              Title                                                                                                                                                                                         Consistent?                                     Consistent?



UEO 1   0G      FJ      Process On-shore   Process Fluid Examples/Notes: Count number of completion notices. Do not double count                  Fluid Minerals means oil and gas and geothermal resources. Includes all post-      Yes                   Notices          Notices       Yes
                        Fluid Minerals     Minerals Sundry orphan wells plugged and sites reclaimed.                                              APD operational work as reported on the Sundry Notice form; support costs;                               processed        processed
                        Sundry Notices     Notices                                                                                                records management costs; costs of coordination with the operator, surface
                                                           Work Activity Description: Includes all post-APD operational work as reported          owners, other Federal and State agencies and public interest groups. Includes
                                                           on the Sundry Notice form; support costs; records management costs; costs of           procedural and monitoring operations like reviewing well completion
                                                           coordination with the operator, surface owners, other Federal and State agencies       information, well status, and production capabilities for accuracy and potential
                                                           and public interest groups. Includes procedural and monitoring operations such as      problems; subsequent well operations such as re-drilling, reworking, repairing and
                                                           reviewing well completion information, well status, and production capabilities for    abandonment. Subsequent well operations may require prior approval and/or
                                                           accuracy and potential problems; subsequent well operations such as re-drilling,       subsequent report. Does not include activities related to Applications for Permit
                                                           reworking, repairing and abandonment. Subsequent well operations may require           to Drill (APD) (See EJ) or geophysical permitting (see EQ).
                                                           prior approval and/or subsequent report. Does not include activities related to
                                                           Applications for Permit to Drill (APD) or geophysical permitting.


UEO 1   1F      FK      Process Indian Pre- Process Indian Examples/Notes: This activity applies only to BLM                                      Pre-lease Actions Processed for Indian Minerals includes all work associated with Yes                    Pre-lease actions Pre-lease    Yes
                        Lease Actions -     Pre-Lease                                                                                             pre-lease processing for Indian mineral use authorizations for oil and gas, and                          processed         actions
                        Coal                Actions -      Work Activity Description: Pre-lease Actions Processed for Indian Minerals (All        coal. Activities include but not limited to, site technical examinations and                                               processed
                                            Energy         Components) includes all work associated with pre-lease processing for Indian          support, cadastral and/or mineral surveys in support of permitting or leasing,
                                                           mineral leases for oil and gas, coal and other non-energy minerals. Activities         meetings with BIA and Indian mineral owners, bond reviews, mineral reports
                                                           include mineral appraisals and recommendations made to tribes or the BIA in            and mineral appraisals in support of leasing, and recommendations made to tribes
                                                           association with the leasing of Indian minerals.                                       or the BIA in association with the leasing of Indian minerals.


UEO 1   OF      FT      Process On-shore   Process          Examples/Notes: This activity applies only to BLM. Also includes all time spent For oil and gas exploration actions, this program element includes all efforts to          Yes                 APDs processed Actions         Yes
                        Applications for   Geophysical      to process, monitor, close Notice of Staking when it does not result in filing of an process notices of intent to conduct oil and gas geophysical exploration                                                 Processed
                        Permit to Drill    Leases /         APD (do not count NOS as unit of accomplishment)                                     operations under 43 CFR 3150.
                        (APD)              Permits /
                                           Licenses         Work Activity Description: All work associated with customer requests for the         Costs coded to this program elements include: resource data collection (e.g.,
                                                            development of oil and gas leases and geothermal leases, in the form of               NEPA, Section 106 compliance, Section 7 consultations, GIS and other
                                                            applications to commence drilling activities. Application for Permit to Drill         supporting efforts, etc.); adjudication, including land status checks, application
                                                            (APD) processing begins with receipt of either a Notice of Staking (NOS) or an        evaluation, docketing, etc; determining, collecting, collecting user fees,
                                                            APD package from an operator and ends with final disposition of the application.      coordination with external groups or customers; authorization work, including
                                                            It includes coordination with the operator, surface owners, other Federal and State   management review, etc.
                                                            agencies and public interest groups; review, determination and resolution of legal
                                                            issues concerning the proposed well; surface and subsurface geological and            Includes all work associated with geophysical permitting. For Fluid Minerals, this
                                                            engineering reviews; completion of NEPA requirements; resolution of resource          program element includes all direct and support State and Field Office work to
                                                            conflicts, Section 106 & Section 7; and negotiation of conditions of approval         approve, monitor and close Notices of Intent to conduct geophysical operations.
                                                            (COA). It does not include any work associated with Sundry Notices or                 For Fluid Minerals, this PE includes single event bond review, acceptance,
                                                            geophysical permitting.                                                               closure. State and Nationwide geophysical bonds (Fluid Minerals) is not included
                                                                                                                                                  (See FI). See NH for all work associated with geophysical compliance
                                                                                                                                                  inspections.

UEO 1   2F      NB      Perform Oil & Gas Conduct Fluid Examples/Notes:                                                                          Fluid Minerals mean oil and gas or geothermal resources. Compliance inspections Yes                       Inspections      Inspections   Yes
                        Compliance        Mineral                                                                                                are actions conducted after lease operations have been authorized to ensure that                                           completed
                        Inspections       Inspections and Work Activity Description: Oil and Gas compliance inspections are actions              operations are conducted in accordance with the regulations, lease terms,
                                          Enforcement     conducted after lease operations have been authorized to ensure that operations        Onshore Operating Orders, notices to lessees and permit conditions of approval.
                                                          are conducted in accordance with regulations, lease terms, Onshore Operating           A C compliance inspection begins when a well is permitted and ends when final
                                                          Orders, notices to lessees and permit conditions of approval. A compliance             abandonment is approved. Compliance inspections are broken down into six
                                                          inspection begins when a well is permitted and ends when final abandonment is          categories: drilling, production, environmental, undesirable events, workovers and
                                                          approved. Types of inspection include drilling & work-over inspections,                abandonment. Workload indicators are the number of compliance inspection
                                                          environmental compliance, well summary review, USCG inspections,                       types completed. Includes all support costs; all costs to create and to update
                                                          abandonment, meter inspections, and operator training inspections and annual           manual and automated records; costs associated with coordinating with other
                                                          performance review of operators.                                                       offices and industry; costs associated in development of inspection plan matrix;
                                                                                                                                                 and, conducting inspection and compliance activities. Does not include
                                                            Includes all support costs and costs to create/update manual and automated           Geophysical inspections/compliance (see NH). All law enforcement duties
                                                            records; coordinating with other offices and industries; developing an inspection including patrol, enforcement, and/or investigative activities related to the Fluid
                                                            plan matrix; other studies related to compliance, conducting inspection and          Mineral program should be charged to this program element. This includes all
                                                            compliance activities. Resolution work involves reviewing and analyzing each         labor and operational dollars to deter, detect, investigate or prosecute violations
                                                            established case, enforcement actions (inspection INCs), processing civil penalties, of rules, regulations or laws pertaining to this program. This also includes work
                                                            accident investigation, events analysis, etc.                                        performed by law enforcement officers to protect volunteers, employees or
                                                                                                                                                 government property associated with this program.
                                                            For BLM this does not include geophysical inspections/compliance.


UEO 1   0C      NC      Process Oil & Gas Resolve Fluid Examples/Notes: This activity applies only to BLM                                         Reservoir management is a process by which the Bureau of Land Management           Yes                   Resolved         Drainage cases Yes
                        Reservoir Drainage Mineral                                                                                                identifies, analyzes, and monitors the geologic, engineering, and economic aspects                       drainage cases   resolved
                        Cases              Drainage Cases Work Activity Description: Reservoir management is a process by which BLM               of Federal oil and gas interests. The oil and gas drainage case resolution work
                                                          identifies, analyzes, and monitors the geologic, engineering, and economic aspects      involves reviewing and conducting analyses on each established case to the point
                                                          of Federal oil and gas interests. The oil and gas drainage case resolution work         where it is retired and/or protective measures are taken. It does not include
                                                          involves reviewing and conducting analyses on each established case to the point        reservoir management under agreements (see FF).
                                                          where it is retired and/or protective measures are taken. It does not include
                                                          reservoir management under agreements.
                                                                                                                                                  Work to approve a participating area of a unit agreement is not included (see FF).
                                                            Work to approve a participating area of a unit agreement is not included.
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         DOI     BLM      DOI Activity     BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                         Description                                         Outputs
  EOG                                                                                  DOI Activity Description                                                               BLM Activity Description                                                          DOI Output        BLM Output                     Notes   Resolution
         Code    Code       Title             Title                                                                                                                                                                                             Consistent?                                        Consistent?



UEO 1   2E      NG      Perform Coal       Inspect and     Examples/Notes: This activity applies only to OSM. Examples include mine site Inspection functions involve monitoring actions from authorizations through               Yes                        Inspections        Inspections and Yes
                        Compliance         Verify          visits in primacy States, inspections in Federal program states, and inspections on completion of a project. Inspections also includes all work with authorized users                                                 production
                        Inspections        Production at   Federal and Indian lands.                                                           to correct operations that violate use stipulations and/or conditions of approval.                                                verifications
                                           Coal Sites                                                                                          Production verification includes all actions to collect and analyze data for                                                      completed
                                                           Work Activity Description: Compliance inspections are conducted after lease         independent verifications of production reported by a lessee action. This program
                                                           operations have been authorized or permits issued to ensure that operations are     element includes all work associated with conducting inspections and production
                                                           conducted in accordance with applicable laws and regulations, lease terms, orders, verification on Federal and Indian exploration licenses or permits and , coal use
                                                           notices of approved permit, and conditions of permit approval. Compliance           authorizations or leases including SITLA leases. Compliance consists of
                                                           inspections begin when an activity is permitted or authorized and end when final inspection and production verification actions that occur after permit, license or
                                                           abandonment is approved or all performance bonds are released.                      lease issuance. This workload measure includes compliance for coal. This
                                                                                                                                               workload measure also includes the identification of activities that are in non-
                                                           Includes all support activities associated with inspections including planning of   compliance for this program. All law enforcement duties including patrol,
                                                           inspections, pre-inspection review of permits, leases or other documents, travel to enforcement, and/or investigative activities related to the inspection and
                                                           inspection sites, contacts or coordination necessary for inspection completion,     verification of solid mineral sites should be charged to this program element.
                                                           recordkeeping and report preparation.                                               This includes all labor and operational dollars to deter, detect, investigate or
                                                                                                                                               prosecute violations of rules, regulations or laws pertaining to this program. This
                                                                                                                                               also includes work performed by law enforcement officers to protect volunteers,
                                                                                                                                               employees or government property associated with this program.
UEO 2   F6      BB      Assess Alaska      Assess Alaska   Examples/Notes: This activity applies only to BLM                                   Report all procurement and labor costs related to Alaska mineral inventories and Yes                           Sites investigated Sites          Yes
                        Minerals           Minerals                                                                                            assessments of resources on special issues or within assigned geographic areas.                                                   investigated
                                                           Work Activity Description: Report all procurement and labor costs related to
                                                           Alaska mineral inventories and assessments of resources on special issues or
                                                           within assigned geographic areas.                                                   Special studies/assessments are performed to establish baseline data concerning
                                                                                                                                               the quantity, character, economic, and environmental aspects of mineral
                                                           Special studies/assessments are performed to establish baseline data concerning     resources on public lands.
                                                           the quantity, character, economic, and environmental aspects of mineral resources
                                                           on public lands.

UEO 2   18      DB      Prepare Resource   Plan for        Examples/Notes:                                                                        Activity plans (implementation plans) which refine the broad program objectives Yes                         New/revised        New or revised Yes
                        Use Plans          Commercial                                                                                             stated for commercial activities in the land use plan (RMP or MFP), outline an                              activity plan      activity plans
                                           Activities      Work Activity Description: This work activity includes activity plans                  implementation strategy for decisions made in the land use plan, and apply best
                                                           (implementation plans) which refine the broad objectives stated for Resource Use       management practices to meet land use objectives. Example: Allotment
                                                           activities in land use plans (RMP or MFP), outline an implementation strategy for      Management Plans, Timber Harvest Plans, Oil and Gas Development Plans,
                                                           decisions made in the land use plan, and apply best management practices to meet       plans relating to coal leasing, etc.
                                                           land use objectives.

                                                           This work activity includes costs for preparation, revision or amendment of            Include costs for preparation, revision or amendment of activity plans (excluding
                                                           activity plans (excluding multi-jurisdictional plans); collaboration (outreach,        multi-jurisdictional plans), e.g., collaboration (outreach, meetings, public
                                                           meetings, public meetings, etc.) with other entities and the public; consultation      meetings, etc.) with other entities and the public, consultation with tribes, T&E
                                                           with tribes; T&E consultation and review, coordination and cross-walking with          consultation and review, coordination and cross-walking with other existing
                                                           other existing implementation plans, third party contracting, GIS support; and         implementation plans, third party contracting, GIS support, NEPA analysis
                                                           NEPA analysis (including regional coal lease sale EISs). It also includes costs        (including regional coal lease sale EISs), etc. Also includes costs associated with
                                                           associated with document preparation such as printing, collating, and distribution.    document preparation such as printing, collating, and distribution.

                                                         If a land use plan amendment is required prior to approval of an activity plan, and
                                                         the land use plan amendment and the activity plan are being prepared                     If a land use plan amendment is required prior to approval of an activity plan,
                                                         concurrently, the cost of the concurrent effort through the approval stage of the        and the land use plan amendment and the activity plan are being prepared
                                                         plan amendment should be charged to the land use plan amendment work                     concurrently, the cost of the concurrent effort through the approval stage of the
                                                         activities. Following approval of the land use plan amendment, costs of finalizing       plan amendment should be charged to the land use plan amendment program
                                                         the activity plan should be coded to this work activity. A unit of accomplishment        elements DS, DT or DU. Following approval of the land use plan amendment,
                                                         should be reported for the plan amendment when it is approved, and an additional         costs of finalizing the activity plan should be coded to this program element. A
UEO 2   1C      EK      Manage Helium                    unit of accomplishment should be reported for the activity plan when it is
                                           Manage Helium Examples/Notes:                                                                          All work associated withshould be reported for the plan three functional areas:
                                                                                                                                                  unit of accomplishment the Federal helium program in amendment when it is               Yes                 Quantity of        Sales of helium Yes
                                                                                                                                                  crude helium sales ("in-kind" and bulk); crude helium storage operation (federal                            helium sales.
                                                           Work Activity Description: All work associated with the Federal helium program         and private); and fee sales and royalty from helium on Federal lands. These
                                                           in three functional areas: crude helium sales ("in-kind" and bulk); crude helium       include all administrative and mission related activities such as: contract
                                                           storage operation (federal and private); and fee sales and royalty from helium on      administration of "in-kind" sales; administration of bulk (open market) sales;
                                                           Federal lands. These include all administrative and mission related activities such    transmission of crude helium; storage crude helium-private; maintenance of
                                                           as: contract administration of "in-kind" sales; administration of bulk (open market)   Cliffside reserve; maintenance of pipeline & gas field; operation of laboratory
                                                           sales; transmission of crude helium; storage crude helium-private; maintenance of      facilities for investigative work related to program needs; sample analyses; quality
                                                           Cliffside reserve; maintenance of pipeline & gas field; operation of laboratory        assurance; identification of potential payers; adjudication of helium ownership;
                                                           facilities for investigative work related to program needs; sample analyses; quality   collection and accounting for revenues; audit payments; performance of surveys
                                                           assurance; identification of potential payers; adjudication of helium ownership;       to locate and evaluate helium reserves in natural gas; and dissemination of
                                                           collection and accounting for revenues; audit payments; performance of surveys to      information about helium and the helium program to Federal agencies and the
                                                           locate and evaluate helium reserves in natural gas; and dissemination of               public. Closure operation activities are included in this program element
                                                           information about helium and the helium program to Federal agencies and the            including: disposal of personal property; disposal of real property; preservation of
                                                           public. Closure operation activities are included in this work activity including:     historic properties; and assessment and remediation of environmental issues.
                                                           disposal of personal property; disposal of real property; preservation of historic
                                                           properties; and assessment and remediation of environmental issues.
                                                                                                                                                  Includes all work necessary to authorize specific activities support costs; all costs
                                                           This work activity also includes all work necessary to authorize specific activities   to perform records management, costs associated with coordinating with other
                                                           support costs; all costs to perform records management, costs associated with          offices and industry.
                                                           coordinating with other offices and industry.
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         DOI     BLM      DOI Activity      BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                      Description                                          Outputs
  EOG                                                                                    DOI Activity Description                                                             BLM Activity Description                                                        DOI Output        BLM Output                           Notes         Resolution
         Code    Code       Title              Title                                                                                                                                                                                          Consistent?                                         Consistent?



UEO 2   0V      EN      Process Non-        Process Non-     Examples/Notes:                                                                       1. Exploration Licenses and Prospecting Permits: all actions necessary for       Yes                     Licenses, permits, Licenses,        Yes
                        Energy Mineral      Energy Mineral                                                                                         issuance, whether issued or not. Authorization will be processed in conformance                          leases processed permits, leases
                        Licenses, Permits   Licenses,        Work Activity Description: For Exploration Licenses and Prospecting Permits,          with existing manuals and handbooks for exploration licenses and prospecting                                                processed
                        or Leases           Permits, or      includes all actions necessary for issuance, whether issued or not. Authorization     permits for non-energy leasable minerals.
                                            Leases           will be processed in conformance with existing manuals and handbooks for              2. Non-Energy Mineral Leases: Includes review of lessee qualifications and
                                                             exploration licenses and prospecting permits for non-energy leasable minerals.        review of bonding. Work includes both new authorizations and fringe acreage
                                                                                                                                                   leasing. Work also includes all associated NEPA, Section 7 consultation, Section
                                                             For Non-Energy Mineral Leases, includes review of lessee qualifications and           106 compliance and other work where not previously addressed. The principal
                                                             review of bonding. Work includes both new authorizations and fringe acreage           subactivity for this program element is 1330.
                                                             leasing. Work also includes all associated NEPA, Section 7 consultation, Section
                                                             106 compliance and other work where not previously addressed.


UEO 2   2M      OB      Inspect & Verify Inspect and         Examples/Notes: This activity applies only to BLM                                                                                                                         No                   Inspection and     Inspection and Yes               Provide activity
                        Production at Solid Verify                                                                                                                                                                                                          production         production                       definition.
                        Mineral Sites       Production at    Work Activity Description: Inspection functions involve monitoring actions from                                                                                                                verifications      verifications
                                            Solid Mineral    authorizations through completion of a project. Inspections also includes all work                                                                                                             completed          completed
                                            Sites - Non      with authorized users to correct operations which violate use stipulations and/or
                                            Energy           conditions of approval. Production verification includes all actions to collect and
                                                             analyze data for independent verifications of production reported by a lessee
                                                             action. Compliance consists of inspection and production verification actions that
                                                             occur after permit, license or lease issuance

                                                             This activity includes all work associated with conducting inspections and
                                                             production verification on exploration licenses, coal leases, and other mineral
                                                             leases. Also includes work related to Indian sand and gravel leasing.

                                                             This activity does not include inspections for mineral materials, which is coded to
                                                             DOI Work Activity 2L – Inspect/Verify Non-Energy Compliance Mineral
                                                             Production.


UEO 2   1D      EO      Process Non-        Process Non- Examples/Notes: This activity applies only to BLM                                         Post-Lease actions include all actions associated with lease operations after a non- Yes                 Post-lease actions Post lease       Yes
                        Energy Mineral      Energy Mineral                                                                                         energy lease, exploration license or permit has been issued, except inspection and                       processed          actions
                        Post Leasing        Post Lease     Work Activity Description: Post-Lease actions include all actions associated with       enforcement (see PE=NG). These actions may include but are not limited to                                                   processed
                        Actions             Actions        lease operations after a non-energy lease, exploration license or permit has been       review and approval of mining or exploration plans, lease assignments, royalty
                                                           issued, except inspection and enforcement. These actions may include but are not        rate reductions, lease renewals, lease modifications, lease readjustments, permit
                                                           limited to review and approval of mining or exploration plans, lease assignments,       extensions, bonding modifications, lease terminations and relinquishments and
                                                           royalty rate reductions, lease renewals, lease modifications, lease readjustments,      review and approval of mining reclamation plans and licenses. Work also includes
                                                           permit extensions, bonding modifications, lease terminations, and relinquishments       all associated NEPA work where not previously addressed. The principal
                                                           and review/approval of mining reclamation plans and licenses. Work also                 subactivity for this program element is 1330. This Program Element includes
                                                           includes all associated NEPA work where not previously addressed. This activity         post-lease actions for all Indian non-energy minerals.
                                                           includes post-lease actions for all Indian non-energy minerals


UEO 2   0W      EP      Process Mineral    Process Mineral Examples/Notes: This activity applies only to BLM                                       All work associated with mineral materials disposed through sales and free use      Yes                  Contracts and      Contracts and    Yes
                        Material Disposals Material                                                                                                permits.                                                                                                 permits issued     permits issued
                                           Disposals       Work Activity Description: All work associated with mineral materials disposed          Includes all costs of processing the applications for contracts and permits,
                                                           through sales and free use permits.                                                     including NEPA Section 7 consultation, Section 106 compliance, and other
                                                                                                                                                   clearances for processing use authorizations as appropriate. Also includes work
                                                             Includes all costs of processing the applications for contracts and permits,          related to the authorization of sampling and testing.
                                                             including NEPA Section 7 consultation, Section 106 compliance, and other
                                                             clearances for processing use authorizations as appropriate. Also includes work
                                                             related to authorizing sampling and testing.
UEO 2   0Z      EW      Record/Adjudicate Record /           Examples/Notes:                                                                       Costs coded to this program element include all actions taken to complete both      Yes                  Claim/sites      Claims / Sites     Yes
                        Mining Claims     Adjudicate                                                                                               adjudication and records notation for all mining claims and sites. This includes                         recorded/adjudic recorded /
                                          Mining Claims      Work Activity Description: Includes all actions taken to complete both                any adjudicative work associated with new and existing mining claims such as                             ated             adjudicated
                                          / Sites            adjudication and records notation for all mining claims and sites. This includes      transfers of interest, affidavits of assessment, amended location notices, PL 359
                                                             any adjudicative work associated with new and existing mining claims such as          notices, etc.,This program element also includes all adjudicative work associated
                                                             transfers of interest, affidavits of assessment, amended location notices, PL 359     with processing Notices of Intent to Locate mining claims on Stock Raising
                                                             notices, etc. This program element also includes all adjudicative work associated     Homestead Act lands. In addition, this program element includes the collection
                                                             with processing Notices of Intent to Locate mining claims on Stock Raising            of annual waiver of maintenance fee documents collected.
                                                             Homestead Act lands. In addition, this program element includes the collection of
                                                             annual waiver of maintenance fee documents collected.
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         DOI     BLM      DOI Activity        BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                       Description                                        Outputs
  EOG                                                                                       DOI Activity Description                                                             BLM Activity Description                                                        DOI Output       BLM Output                     Notes   Resolution
         Code    Code       Title                Title                                                                                                                                                                                           Consistent?                                       Consistent?



UEO 2   0X      EX      Process Mining        Process Mining Examples/Notes: This activity applies only to BLM                                         Work includes all actions taken to process/approve a 3809 plan of operation to Yes                      Plans processed   Plans processed Yes
                        Plans                 Plans of                                                                                                 the point of decision, including NEPA, Section 106, Section 7, even if withdrawn
                                              Operations     Work Activity Description: Work includes all actions taken to process/approve a           prior to approval. Use when you are reviewing, analyzing, approving, accepting,
                                                             3809 plan of operation to the point of decision, including NEPA, Section 106,             denying or discussing plans of operations (under 3809 or 3814), with a claimant
                                                             Section 7, even if withdrawn prior to approval. Use when you are reviewing,               or operator. Use for all reclamation activities such as wildlife or cultural work
                                                             analyzing, approving, accepting, denying or discussing plans of operations (under         necessary for closing an authorized operation. This program element should not
                                                             3809 or 3814), with a claimant or operator. Use for all reclamation activities such       be used for inspection efforts, even inspections performed to confirm the success
                                                             as wildlife or cultural work necessary for closing an authorized operation. This          of reclamation. Inspections and enforcement work should be charged to NI.
                                                             program element should not be used for inspection efforts, even inspections
                                                             performed to confirm the success of reclamation.


UEO 2   1B      EY      Determine Mining      Determine         Work Activity Description: All work associated with mining claim validity              All work associated with mining claim validity determinations, mineral contests    Yes                  Reports, patents, Reports,       Yes
                        Claim                 Mining Claim      determinations, mineral contests and mineral patent applications is charged to this    and mineral patent applications is charged to this program element. Work                                complaints        patents,
                        Validity/Process      Validity /        activity. Work includes all adjudicative actions taken to process the mineral patent   includes all adjudicative actions taken to process the mineral patent applications                      processed         complaints
                        Mineral Patents       Process Mineral   applications and mineral contests; and all work to complete the mineral                and mineral contests, and all work to complete the mineral examination of a                                               processed
                                              Patents           examination of a mining claim, preliminary determinations for                          mining claim, preliminary determinations for uncommon/common variety issues,
                                                                uncommon/common variety issues, including mining claims within Wilderness,             including mining claims within Wilderness, WSAs and other Special Areas.
                                                                WSAs and other Special Areas.

                                                                The costs of validity examinations to support 3802/3809 valid existing rights   The costs of validity examinations to support 3802/3809 valid existing rights
                                                                should be coded here. This also includes costs of common variety determinations should be coded here. This also includes costs of common variety
                                                                required by 3809.                                                               determinations required by 3809.


UEO 2   1A      EZ      Collect Mining        Collect Mining Examples/Notes: This activity applies only to BLM                                         All work associated with collecting mining claim/site fees, including annual        Yes                 Claims/sites      Claims / sites Yes
                        Claim/Site Fee        Claim / Site                                                                                             maintenance fees, transfer fees, and any other fees for mining claims and sites, is                     where fees were   where fees were
                                              Fees           Work Activity Description: All work associated with collecting mining claim/site          coded to this program element. Does not include adjudication, see program                               collected         collected
                                                             fees, including annual maintenance fees, transfer fees, and any other fees for            element EW.
                                                             mining claims and sites. Does not include adjudication, which is coded to DOI
                                                             activity 0Z (Record/Adjudicate Mining Claims/Sites). Fee collection shall be
                                                             processed in conformance with existing manuals, handbooks, and other guidance.            Fee collection shall be processed in conformance with existing manuals,
                                                                                                                                                       handbooks, and other guidance.

UEO 2   0Y      FL      Process Mining        Process Mining Examples/Notes: This activity applies only to BLM                                         Work includes all actions taken to process and review of Notices, even if          Yes                  Notices           Notices        Yes
                        Notices               Notices                                                                                                  withdrawn prior to acceptance. Use when you are reviewing, analyzing, accepting,                        processed         processed
                                                             Work Activity Description: Work includes all actions taken to process and review          denying or discussing notices with a claimant or operator. Use for all reclamation
                                                             of Notices, even if withdrawn prior to acceptance. Includes reviewing, analyzing,         activities such as wildlife or cultural work necessary for closing an authorized
                                                             accepting, denying or discussing notices with a claimant or operator. Use for all         operation. This program element should not be used for inspection efforts, even
                                                             reclamation activities such as wildlife or cultural work necessary for closing an         inspections performed to confirm the success of reclamation. Inspections and
                                                             authorized operation. This activity should not be used for inspection efforts, even       enforcement work should be charged to NI.
                                                             inspections performed to confirm the success of reclamation.


UEO 2   0V      FN      Process Non-          Support Hydro- Examples/Notes:                                                                           Costs coded to this program element include: resource data collection and          Yes                  licenses, permits, License       Yes
                        Energy Mineral        Power                                                                                                    studies, NEPA, ESA and NHPA reports, Section 106 compliance, Section 7                                  leases processed issuances
                        Licenses, Permits     Licensing      Work Activity Description: For Exploration Licenses and Prospecting Permits,              consultations, GIS support, land status checks, application evaluation, docketing,                                         supported
                        or Leases                            includes all actions necessary for issuance, whether issued or not. Authorization         coordination with FERC and external groups or customers and other supporting
                                                             will be processed in conformance with existing manuals and handbooks for                  efforts for the hydropower licensing program.
                                                             exploration licenses and prospecting permits for non-energy leasable minerals.

                                                                For Non-Energy Mineral Leases, includes review of lessee qualifications and
                                                                review of bonding. Work includes both new authorizations and fringe acreage
                                                                leasing. Work also includes all associated NEPA, Section 7 consultation, Section
                                                                106 compliance and other work where not previously addressed.


UEO 2   1G      FS      Process Indian Pre-   Process Indian    Examples/Notes: This activity applies only to BLM                                      Pre-lease Actions Processed for Indian Minerals includes all work associated with Yes                   Actions           Actions        Yes
                        Lease Actions -       Pre-Lease                                                                                                pre-lease processing for Indian mineral use authorizations for other non-energy                         processed         processed
                        Non-Energy            Actions - Non-    Work Activity Description: Pre-lease actions processed for Indian minerals (all        minerals. Activities include, but are not limited to, site technical examinations and
                        Minerals              Energy            components) includes all work associated with pre-lease processing for Indian          support, cadastral and/or mineral surveys in support of permitting or leasing,
                                              Minerals          mineral leases for oil and gas, coal and other non-energy minerals. Activities         meetings with BIA and Indian mineral owners, bond review, mineral reports,
                                                                include mineral appraisals and recommendations made to tribes or the BIA in            mineral commodity appraisals in support of leases, and recommendations made
                                                                association with the leasing of Indian minerals.                                       to tribes or the BIA in association with the leasing of Indian minerals.
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         DOI     BLM      DOI Activity       BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                      Description                                      Outputs
  EOG                                                                                      DOI Activity Description                                                              BLM Activity Description                                                      DOI Output      BLM Output                    Notes   Resolution
         Code    Code       Title               Title                                                                                                                                                                                          Consistent?                                     Consistent?



UEO 2   2L      NF      Inspect/Verify       Inspect / Verify   Examples/Notes: This activity applies only to BLM                                   Inspection functions involve monitoring actions from authorizations through          Yes                 Inspection and   Inspection and Yes
                        Non-Energy           Non-Energy                                                                                             completion of a project. Inspections also includes all work with authorized users                        production       production
                        Compliance           Leasable           Work Activity Description: Inspection functions involve monitoring actions from     to correct operations which violate use stipulations and/or conditions of approval                       verification     verification
                        Mineral Production   Mineral Site       authorizations through completion of a project. Inspections also include all work   as well as other post-permit actions. This program element includes all work                             reports          reports
                                             Production         with authorized users to correct operations which violate use stipulations and/or   associated with conducting inspections and production verification mineral                               completed        completed
                                                                conditions of approval as well as other post-permit actions. This activity includes material disposals only. Inspection and production verification shall be conducted
                                                                all work associated with conducting inspections and production verification         consistent with existing manuals, handbooks and other guidance. Coal,
                                                                mineral material disposals only. Inspection and production verification shall be    NonEnergy, and Indian sand and gravel Inspections and Production Verifications
                                                                conducted consistent with existing manuals, handbooks and other guidance.           should be coded to NG. All law enforcement duties including patrol,
                                                                                                                                                    enforcement, and/or investigative activities related to the inspection and
                                                                Coal, non-energy and Indian sand and gravel inspections and production              verification of production at mineral material sites should be charged to this
                                                                verifications should be coded to DOI Work Activity 2M - Inspect and Verify          program element. This includes all labor and operational dollars to deter, detect,
                                                                Production at Solid Mineral Sites – Non-Energy.                                     investigate or prosecute violations of rules, regulations or laws pertaining to this
                                                                                                                                                    program. This also includes work performed by law enforcement officers to
                                                                                                                                                    protect volunteers, employees or government property associated with this
                                                                                                                                                    program.
UEO 2   2N      NI      Inspect Locatable    Inspect            Examples/Notes: This activity applies only to BLM. This activity includes           Work includes all actions taken to inspect plans of operations or notices            Yes                 Completed        Inspections   Yes
                        Mineral Sites for    Locatable          surface operation inspections under the locatable minerals program.                 completed under 43CFR3809, or concurrences granted for occupancy under                                   inspections      completed
                        Surface              Mineral Sites                                                                                          43CFR3715 for compliance with the terms of the authorizing document. This
                        Management           for Surface        Work Activity Description: Work includes all actions taken to inspect plans of      program element should be used for all inspection work, including the writing of
                        Compliance           Management         operations or notices completed under 43CFR3809, or concurrences granted for inspection reports and case file documentation of inspections and travel time to
                                             Compliance         occupancy under 43CFR3715 for compliance with the terms of the authorizing          and from the site inspected. Includes actions taken by non law enforcement
                                                                document. This activity should be used for all inspection work including the        personnel pursuant to notices of noncompliance. Use only when a claimant,
                                                                writing of inspection reports and case file documentation of inspections and travel operator or other responsible party can be identified. Work does not include
                                                                time to and from the site inspected. Includes actions taken by non law              inspections of abandoned mine lands. Use BH, HP or JK for these inspections.
                                                                enforcement personnel pursuant to notices of noncompliance.                         All law enforcement duties including patrol, enforcement, and/or investigative
                                                                                                                                                    activities related to the inspection for surface management compliance should be
                                                                Use only when a claimant , operator or other responsible party can be identified. charged to this program element. This includes all labor and operational dollars
                                                                Work does not include inspections of abandoned mine lands.                          to deter, detect, investigate or prosecute violations of rules, regulations or laws
                                                                                                                                                    pertaining to this program. This also includes work performed by law
                                                                                                                                                    enforcement officers to protect volunteers, employees or government property
UEO 3   9B      EC      Process Water        Process Water      Examples/Notes:                                                                     associated with this program. includes all work associated with acquiring,
                                                                                                                                                    Water Rights Actions Process                                                         Yes                 Processed action. Actions      Yes
                        Rights Actions       Rights Actions                                                                                         perfecting title to, and protecting water rights on public lands. Additionally, EC                                         processed
                                                                Work Activity Description: Water Rights Actions Process includes all work           includes all labor, data management support, GIS support, contracts and
                                                                associated with acquiring, perfecting title to, and protecting water rights.        interagency agreements, equipment purchase and leasing costs, filing and other
                                                                Additionally, this work activity includes all labor, data management support, GIS fees, and litigation costs.
                                                                support, contracts and interagency agreements, equipment purchase and leasing
                                                                costs, filing and other fees, and litigation costs.
                                                                                                                                                    Actions covered under this program element include:
                                                                Actions covered under this work activity include:
                                                                                                                                                    1. instream flow claims and Public Water Reserve Number 107 and other Federal
                                                                1) in-stream flow claims and Public Water Reserve Number 107 and other Federal reserved right claims;
                                                                reserved right claims;                                                              2. other water right filings as allowed under State water law; and
                                                                                                                                                    3. all water source inventory work done specifically to support water rights,
                                                                2) other water right filings as allowed under State water law; and                  including collection of condition, maintenance needs and use data associated with
                                                                                                                                                    developed and undeveloped water sources on public lands.
                                                                3) All water source inventory work done specifically to support water rights,
                                                                including collection of condition, maintenance needs and use data associated with
                                                                developed and undeveloped water sources.

UEO 3   1S      ED      Transfer Grazing     Transfer           Examples/Notes: -                                                                     Grazing Preference Transfers include all costs associated with the reportable unit Yes                 Transfers        Transfers     Yes
                        Preferences          Grazing                                                                                                  including:                                                                                             processed        processed
                                             Preferences        Work Activity Description: Grazing Preference Transfers include all costs
                                                                associated with the reportable unit including:                                        1) Process the preference transfer (e.g., review application for completeness, list
                                                                                                                                                      range improvements);
                                                                • Processing the preference transfer; addressing NEPA, Section 106 Compliance,        2) Labor to prepare Final Decision on transfer of preference;
                                                                Section 7 Consultation, Land Use Plans and other concerns as appropriate;             3) Labor and other expenses associated with processing an appeal and
                                                                                                                                                      participating in a hearing on the appeal; and
                                                                • Preparing Final Decision on transfer of preference. (Note: Labor and other          4) Data management support of RAS records and GIS support.
                                                                expenses associated with processing an appeal and participating in a hearing on the
                                                                appeal is captured under DOI Work Activity 69 - Process Litigation

                                                                • Data management support for Rangeland Administrative System (RAS) records
                                                                and GIS support.
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         DOI     BLM      DOI Activity      BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                        Description                                         Outputs
  EOG                                                                                   DOI Activity Description                                                              BLM Activity Description                                                          DOI Output       BLM Output                      Notes   Resolution
         Code    Code       Title              Title                                                                                                                                                                                            Consistent?                                        Consistent?



UEO 3   1E      EE      Issue Grazing      Issue Grazing    Examples/Notes:                                                                        Grazing Permits/Leases Issued include all costs associated with the reportable         Yes                 Permits or leases Permits / leases Yes
                        Permits/Leases     Permits /                                                                                               unit such as:                                                                                              issued            issued
                                           Leases           Work Activity Description: This activity includes all costs associated with issuing
                                                            or renewing Grazing Permits/Leases. Includes all costs associated with the         1) Issuing a permit/lease resulting from an application to process the renewal of
                                                            reportable unit such as:                                                           an expiring permit or lease, or from an approved transfer of preference; labor to
                                                                                                                                               address NEPA, Section 106 Compliance, Section 7 Consultation, LUP and other
                                                            • Processing the renewal of an expiring permit or lease, or issuing a permit/lease concerns as appropriate;
                                                            resulting from an application; addressing NEPA, Section 106 Compliance, Section 2) preparing appropriate terms and conditions and offering a new Permit or
                                                            7 Consultation, Land Use Plans, and other concerns as appropriate;                 Lease;
                                                                                                                                               3) preparing a Final Decision on Permit or Lease; labor and other expenses
                                                            • Preparing appropriate terms and conditions and offering a new Permit or Lease; associated with processing an appeal and participating in a hearing on the appeal;
                                                                                                                                               and,
                                                            • Preparing a Final Decision on Permit or Lease. (Note: Processing                 4) supporting data management of RAS records and GIS
                                                            appeals/participating in hearings on appeals is captured under DOI Work Activity
                                                            69 - Process Litigation)

                                                            • Data management support for Rangeland Administrative System records and
                                                            GIS support.


UEO 3   1W      EF      Issue Grazing Use Issue Grazing Examples/Notes: -                                                                          The Workload Measure “Issue Grazing Use Authorizations” includes the work              Yes                 Grazing Use       Use              Yes
                        Authorizations    Use                                                                                                      involved to issue billings, free use permits, exchange of use permits, trailing                            authorizations    authorizations
                                          Authorizations Work Activity Description: Grazing Use Authorizations Issued work involves the            permits, temporary non-renewable permits during the Fiscal Year. This work                                 issued            issued
                                                         issuance of, billings, free use permits, exchange of use permits, trailing permits,       includes:
                                                         temporary non-renewable permits during the Fiscal Year and includes:
                                                                                                                                                   1. Meetings and field trips intended to observe conditions that lead to initiating a
                                                            • Preparing stipulations for the authorization                                         billing or one of the authorizations listed above, or change existing bills
                                                            • Data management support of Rangeland Administrative System (RAS) records             2. Preparing stipulations for the authorization;
                                                            and GIS support                                                                        3. Data management support of RAS records and GIS support
                                                            • Generating the billing from RAS                                                      4. Generating the billing from RAS;
                                                            • Collecting the grazing fee.                                                          5. Collection of the grazing fee.

                                                            Work and accomplishments for transferring grazing preferences should be coded          Work and accomplishments for preference transferred (ED) and permits issued
                                                            to DOI Work Activity 1S -Transfer Grazing Preferences; work and                        (EE) should not be coded to this program element.
                                                            accomplishments for issuing grazing permits should be coded to DOI Work
                                                            Activity 1E - Issue Grazing Permits/Leases


UEO 3   4F      JA      Treat              Apply Shrub /    Examples/Notes: Acres of vegetation and/or soil treatments implemented in              Shrub and Grassland Vegetation Treatments Applied includes all labor and       Yes                         Acres treated     Acres Treated    Yes
                        Shrub/Grassland    Grass            shrubland and/or grassland ecosystems to benefit the following: wildlife species,      operating costs associated with the reportable unit such as: project planning,
                        Vegetation         Vegetation       botanical resources, threatened, endangered or BLM special status species of           environmental assessments, cultural/heritage resource clearances and T & E
                                           Treatments       plants and animals, watershed health, livestock grazing, wild horse or burro habitat   species reviews and consultations. Preparation of Rangeland Improvement
                                                            and multiple resource needs. Treatments typically are spatial vegetation and/or        Permit or Cooperative Rangeland Improvement Agreement, survey and design,
                                                            soil manipulations modifying ecological processes, including restoration projects.     easement acquisitions as necessary, work preparation, supply acquisitions,
                                                            Projects, on the other hand, are typically constructed at a given point on the         treatment costs, cleanup at completion, labor in the field and the office, GIS
                                                            ground and require periodic maintenance to continue to function. Should a              support, data management support, contracts/interagency agreements, equipment
                                                            treatment be applied to the same acreage at some point in time, this would be          purchase/lease/rental.
                                                            considered another treatment and coded/reported under this activity.

                                                            Work Activity Description: Shrub and Grassland Vegetation Treatments includes          Wildlife and botanical/plant treatments include site manipulations to promote
                                                            all labor and operating costs associated with the reportable unit such as: project     growth and/or vigor of certain plants, and vegetation types specifically designed
                                                            planning, environmental assessments, cultural/heritage resource clearances and T       as a result of wildlife /plant habitat or watershed analysis. Includes grasshopper
                                                            & E species reviews and consultations. Preparation of Rangeland Improvement            and Mormon cricket control. Do not report integrated weed management
                                                            Permit or Cooperative Rangeland Improvement Agreement, survey and design,              treatments, as they are reported elsewhere (see JD). Report wildlife, botanical or
                                                            easement acquisitions as necessary, work preparation, supply acquisitions,             watershed treatments in forested ecosystems under program element JE.
                                                            treatment costs, cleanup at completion, labor in the field and the office, GIS         Treatments coded/reported here must be in accordance with approved
                                                            support, data management support, contracts/interagency agreements, equipment          management plans, but do not have to originate in any specific type of plan.
                                                            purchase/lease/rental.
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         DOI     BLM      DOI Activity      BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                         Description                                  Outputs
  EOG                                                                                    DOI Activity Description                                                              BLM Activity Description                                                          DOI Output   BLM Output                   Notes   Resolution
         Code    Code       Title              Title                                                                                                                                                                                             Consistent?                                 Consistent?



UEO 3   4A      JB      Construct           Construct       Examples/Notes: Heavy Equipment rental and Working Capital Fund (user and              Includes all labor and operating costs associated with the reportable unit such as: Yes                     Completed      Projects     Yes
                        Shrub/Grass/Pine    Shrub / Grass / fixed ownership rates) costs should be charged to this activity.                       Planning for the project; equipment purchase/lease/rental; environmental                                    projects       completed
                        Juniper Forest      PJ / Forest                                                                                            assessments, Cultural/Heritage resources clearances and T & E species reviews
                        Projects            Projects        Work Activity Description: Includes all labor and operating costs associated with      and consultations. Preparation of Rangeland Improvement Permit or Cooperative
                                                            the reportable unit such as:                                                           Rangeland Improvement Agreement; survey and design, easement acquisitions as
                                                            • Project planning;                                                                    necessary, work preparation, supply acquisitions, construction costs, cleanup at
                                                            • Equipment purchase/lease/rental;                                                     completion; labor in the field and the office, GIS support, data management
                                                            • Environmental assessments,                                                           support and contracts/interagency agreements.
                                                            • Cultural/Heritage resources clearances; and T & E species reviews and
                                                            consultations;
                                                            • Preparation of Rangeland Improvement Permit or Cooperative Rangeland                 Number of projects in shrublands, grasslands, pinyon juniper woodland and
                                                            Improvement Agreement;                                                                 forested vegetation types that were constructed to benefit the following: wildlife
                                                            • Survey and design, easement acquisitions as necessary,                               species, botanical resources, Threatened, Endangered or BLM Special Status
                                                            • Work preparation, supply acquisitions, construction costs, cleanup at completion;    Species of Plants and Animals, watershed health, livestock grazing, wild horse or
                                                            labor in the field and the office,                                                     burro habitat and multiple resource needs. This measure includes new projects
                                                            • GIS support, data management support                                                 with contributed funds. Projects are typically constructed at a given point on the
                                                            • Contracts/interagency agreements.                                                    ground and require periodic maintenance (PE=JC) to continue to function.
                                                                                                                                                   Treatments, on the other hand, typically are spatial vegetation and/or soil
                                                             Number of projects in shrublands, grasslands, pinyon juniper woodland and             manipulations modifying ecological processes (PE= JA).
                                                             forested vegetation types that were constructed to benefit the following. Includes
                                                             new projects with contributed funds.
                                                             • Wildlife species;                                                                   Wildlife and botanical/plant projects include spring developments, fencing for
                                                             • Botanical resources;                                                                protection of critical wildlife/plant areas, guzzler installation, nesting platforms,
                                                             • Threatened, Endangered or BLM Special Status Species of Plants and Animals;         erosion control structures, etc. and are designed as a result of wildlife/plant
                                                             • Watershed health;                                                                   habitat or watershed analysis.
                                                             • Livestock grazing,
                                                             • Wild horse or burro habitat; and
                                                             • Multiple resource needs.

                                                         Projects are typically constructed at a given point on the ground and require
                                                         periodic maintenance to continue to function. Treatments, on the other hand,
                                                         typically are spatial vegetation and/or soil manipulations modifying ecological
                                                         processes.
UEO 3   4G      JC      Maintain         Maintain Shrub Examples/Notes:                                                                            Shrub, Grassland, PJ, Forest Projects Maintained covers work associated with            Yes                 Projects       Projects     Yes
                        Shrub/Grass/Pine / Grass / PJ /                                                                                            maintenance of projects in shrubland, grassland, pinyon juniper woodland and                                maintained     maintained
                        Juniper Forest   Forest Projects Work Activity Description: Shrub, Grassland, PJ, Forest Projects Maintained               forested vegetation types that are maintained to benefit the following: wildlife
                        Projects                         covers work associated with maintenance of projects in shrubland, grassland,              species; botanical resources; threatened, endangered or BLM special status
                                                         pinyon juniper woodland and forested vegetation types that are maintained to              species of plants and animals; watershed health; livestock grazing; wild horse or
                                                         benefit wildlife species; botanical resources; threatened, endangered or BLM              burro habitat; and, multiple resource needs.
                                                         special status species of plants and animals; watershed health; livestock grazing;
                                                         wild horse or burro habitat; and multiple resource needs.
                                                                                                                                                   Includes all labor and operating costs associated with the reportable unit, such as:
                                                             Includes all labor and operating costs associated with the reportable unit, such as   project planning, NEPA, environmental assessments, Section 106 compliance,
                                                             project planning, NEPA, environmental assessments, Section 106 compliance,            Section 7 consultation, supplies, maintenance costs, cleanup, reporting, data
                                                             Section 7 consultation, supplies, maintenance costs, cleanup, reporting, data         administration, contracting, cooperative/maintenance agreement reviews, and
                                                             administration, contracting, cooperative/maintenance agreement reviews and            equipment purchase/lease/rental.
                                                             equipment purchase/lease/rental.

                                                             Also includes collecting condition and maintenance needs and use data associated      Also includes collection of condition, maintenance needs and use data associated
                                                             with existing and new developed water sources on public lands, including springs,     with existing and new developed water sources on public lands, including springs,
                                                             water holes, stock ponds, pump chances, reservoirs, wells, and guzzlers. The data     water holes, stock ponds, pump chances, reservoirs, wells, and guzzlers. The data
                                                             collected can include verification of the location of the water source,               collected can include verification of the location of the water source,
                                                             quantity/quality and capacity measurements, diversion and storage systems,            quantity/quality and capacity measurements, diversion and storage systems,
                                                             determination of the type and quantity of beneficial uses associated with the water   determination of the type and quantity of beneficial uses associated with the
                                                             source and identification of maintenance needs.                                       water source and identification of maintenance needs.
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         DOI     BLM      DOI Activity     BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                       Description                                  Outputs
  EOG                                                                                    DOI Activity Description                                                                 BLM Activity Description                                                    DOI Output   BLM Output                   Notes   Resolution
         Code    Code       Title             Title                                                                                                                                                                                           Consistent?                                 Consistent?



UEO 3   N3      MJ      Evaluate           Evaluate         Examples/Notes: The portion of work done on any watershed-based rangeland                  Land Health Evaluations and determinations include all costs associated with the Yes                 Allotments     Allotments   Yes
                        Rangeland Health   Rangeland        health evaluation/ determination that cannot or should not be considered a                 reportable unit such as:                                                                             evaluated      evaluated
                                           Health           watershed assessment (e.g., the determination) should be coded to this work
                                                            activity. All watershed-based rangeland health evaluations will report units of            1. Interdisciplinary review of all available data and information to evaluate Land
                                                            accomplishment (allotments evaluated) under this activity.                                 Health Standards and achievement of land use plan objectives in an allotment.
                                                                                                                                                       2. Conducting public participation in an allotment evaluation process.
                                                                                                                                                       3. Preparing the allotment evaluation report.
                                                            Work Activity Description: Land Health Evaluations and determinations include              4. Evaluating data (including allotment evaluations) to assess achievement of
                                                            all costs associated with the reportable unit such as:                                     rangeland health standards and conformance with the guidelines for grazing
                                                                                                                                                       management.
                                                            • Interdisciplinary review of all available data and information to evaluate Land          5. Preparing the document that answers the following questions relative to land
                                                            Health Standards and achievement of land use plan objectives in an allotment.              health standards: i) is the standard being met? ii) is significant progress being
                                                                                                                                                       made? iii) is livestock grazing a significant factor in failing to achieve the
                                                            • Conducting public participation in an allotment evaluation process.                      standards and conform with the guidelines?
                                                                                                                                                       6. GIS support, data management support, contracts/Interagency agreements,
                                                            • Preparing the allotment evaluation report.                                               equipment purchase/lease/rental.

                                                            • Evaluating data (including allotment evaluations) to assess achievement of               Compiling and evaluating appropriate data, determining achievement of land
                                                            rangeland health standards and conformance with the guidelines for grazing                 health standards, conformance with guidelines, and documenting the
                                                            management.                                                                                determination should be coded to this program element.

                                                            • Preparing the document that answers the following questions relative to land
                                                            health standards: i) is the standard being met? ii) is significant progress being
                                                            made? iii) is livestock grazing a significant factor in failing to achieve the standards
                                                            and conform with the guidelines?

                                                           • GIS support, data management support, contracts/Interagency agreements,
UEO 3   G0      ML      Monitor Grazing    Monitor         equipment purchase/lease/rental.
                                                           Examples/Notes: NOTE: Monitoring is reported when all scheduled monitoring, Grazing Allotments Monitored includes all costs associated with allotment                    Yes                     Allotments     Allotments   Yes
                        Allotments         Grazing         as defined in the allotment monitoring plan, is completed in the Fiscal Year. For monitoring such as: planning for the monitoring, data gathering, labor in the field                            monitored      monitored
                                           Allotments      example, if the allotment monitoring plan calls for three trend plots to be read,   and the office, GIS support, data management support, contracts/interagency
                                                           actual use to be collected, or utilizations to be read, then report one allotment   agreements and equipment purchase/lease/rental.
                                                           monitored when all studies are collected and documented for the year. Or if the
                                                           schedule only requires doing a utilization study for the year then report one
                                                           allotment monitored upon completion and documentation of the study. For each Allotment monitoring relates specifically to data collection which is needed to
                                                           field office (name and number), enter allotment name & number, enter acres          analyze the effectiveness of management practices, restoration measures or
                                                           monitored, enter date monitoring was completed, and enter type of management project/treatments in achieving and/or measuring movement toward land use
                                                           plan (AMP's, CRMP's, etc.), if it applies.                                          objectives and/or rangeland health standards. It includes any form of reoccurring
                                                                                                                                               data collection that will assist in characterizing the allotment, such as vegetation
                                                           Work Activity Description: Grazing Allotments Monitored includes all costs          production, utilization, use pattern mapping and actual use.
                                                           associated with allotment monitoring, such as planning for monitoring, data
                                                           gathering, field and office labor, GIS support, data management support,
                                                           contracts/interagency agreements and equipment purchase/lease/rental.               This does not include the analysis, interpretation and evaluation of the data, or
                                                                                                                                               determination of whether rangeland health standards are achieved (PE=MJ).
                                                           Allotment monitoring relates specifically to data collection needed to analyze the
                                                           effectiveness of management practices, restoration measures or project/treatments
                                                           in achieving and/or measuring movement toward land use objectives and/or
                                                           rangeland health standards. It includes any form of reoccurring data collection
                                                           that will assist in characterizing the allotment, such as vegetation production,
UEO 3   2P      NA      Provide Forage     Inspect Grazing utilization, use pattern mapping and actual use.
                                                           Examples/Notes:                                                                     Compliance inspection on livestock grazing allotments to ensure compliance with Yes                          allotments     Allotments   Yes
                        Resource           Allotments for                                                                                      terms and conditions of a grazing permit or lease. Includes all work involving                               inspected      inspected
                        Compliance         Compliance      Work Activity Description: Work activities include the following:                   unauthorized grazing use resolution and settlement. Includes all labor and
                                                                                                                                               operating costs associated with the reportable unit, including planning for the
                                                           • Inspecting to ensure compliance with terms and conditions of a use permit or      allotment compliance reviews GIS support, data management support; reports of
                                                           lease and to detect unauthorized use;                                               compliance findings and follow-up recommendations; compliance activities
                                                                                                                                               involving unauthorized grazing use resolution and settlement (trespass);
                                                           • Working with an alleged unauthorized user to resolve unauthorized use,            contracts/Interagency agreements; and, equipment purchase/lease/rental. All law
                                                           including collection of penalties and reimbursement for damages and costs           enforcement duties, including patrol, enforcement, and/or investigative activities
                                                           incurred;                                                                           related to the inspecting grazing allotments for compliance, should be charged to
                                                                                                                                               this program element. This includes all labor and operational dollars to deter,
                                                           • Conducting forage assessments/investigations that evaluate the status, condition, detect, investigate or prosecute violations of rules, regulations or laws pertaining
                                                           and distribution or other relevant aspects of resources and impact of resource use. to this program. This also includes work performed by law enforcement officers
                                                                                                                                               to protect volunteers, employees or government property associated with this
                                                           • Data collection, management, distribution and analysis required to regulate the program.
                                                           safe, efficient extraction of resources and track status and utilization.

                                                            • Monitoring Grazing Allotments to analyze the effectiveness of management
                                                            practices, restoration measures or project/treatments in achieving and/or
                                                            measuring accomplishment of land use objectives and/or rangeland health
                                                            standards.

                                                            Includes all labor and operating costs associated with the reportable unit such as:
                                                            Planning for the compliance inspections; GIS support, data management support;
                                                            reporting compliance findings and follow-up recommendations; compliance
                                                            activities involving unauthorized grazing use resolution and settlement (trespass);
                                                            contracts/Interagency agreements; equipment purchase/lease/rental
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         DOI     BLM      DOI Activity     BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                 Description                                          Outputs
  EOG                                                                                 DOI Activity Description                                                           BLM Activity Description                                                       DOI Output       BLM Output                       Notes   Resolution
         Code    Code       Title             Title                                                                                                                                                                                     Consistent?                                         Consistent?



UEO 4   1H      BT      Administer Forest Inventory        Examples/Notes: Forested land is defined as land having 10% or greater tree         Acres of forest and woodland inventoried by methods that quantify the spatial     Yes                  Acres              Acres           Yes
                        Resources         Forest /         canopy cover with an intent to manage for tree canopy cover in the future.          distribution, composition, and rates of change for forest parameters -- within                         administered       inventoried
                                          Woodland         Forested areas intended to be converted to rangelands are not to be considered      specified levels of precision -- for the purpose of developing management                              (inventoried/,
                                          Vegetation       forested land, regardless of the amount of existing canopy cover.                   prescriptions. Forested land is defined as land having 10% or greater tree canopy                      monitored,
                                                                                                                                               cover with an intent to manage for tree canopy cover in the future. Forested                           harvested, sold)
                                                           Work Activity Description: This work activity includes:                             areas intended to be converted to rangelands are not to be considered forested
                                                           1) Acres of forest and woodland inventoried by methods that quantify the spatial    land, regardless of the amount of existing canopy cover (report this type of
                                                           distribution, composition, and rates of change for forest parameters -- within      inventory under Workload Measure BR).
                                                           specified levels of precision -- for the purpose of developing management
                                                           prescriptions.
                                                           2) Acres of forest and woodland commercial timber sale treatment for the primary    Appropriate charges include actual inventory or identified surveys, and all costs
                                                           purpose of providing opportunities for environmentally responsible commercial       associated with planning, preparing and administering any inventory or identified
                                                           activity and/or increasing wood fiber production.                                   survey contracts. Overhead and support costs may be charged to this program
                                                           3) Planning, field preparation, sale and administration of short form timber sale   element. While overhead and support costs may be charged to a program
                                                           contracts under $2,500 in value. Includes all vegetative resources sold using the   element, they must not be charged to subactivity 5900 (See Instruction
                                                           Contract for the Sale of Vegetative Resources (form 5450-1); all vegetative         Memorandum No. 98-87).
                                                           resources, including saw timber sold using the Vegetative or Mineral Material
                                                           Negotiated Cash Sale Contract (form 5450-5); all Christmas trees sold using the
                                                           Christmas Tree Tag (form 5450-10); and all fuel wood and Christmas trees sold
UEO 4   0N      EG      Prepare Vegetation Prepare         using joint agency permits.
                                                           Examples/Notes:                                                                     Costs associated with planning (including environmental clearances, NEPA,          Yes                 Vegetation         Permits /        Yes
                        Permits &          Vegetative                                                                                          NHPA, Section 106, Section 7, VRM), field preparation, sale, and administration                        permit/contract    contracts issued
                        Contracts          Permits /       Work Activity Description: Includes all costs associated with the preparation and   of vegetative permits/contracts and short form timber sale contracts under                             issued
                                           Contracts       administration of contracts and permits for the harvest of forest products. The     $2,500 in value. Includes all vegetative resources sold using the Contract for the
                                                           major work elements are: sale/permit preparation including reconnaissance,          Sale of Vegetative Resources (form 5450-1); all vegetative resources, including
                                                           sale/permit area design, product appraisal, environmental documentation,            sawtimber sold using the Vegetative or Mineral Material Negotiated Cash Sale
                                                           sale/permit advertisement and award, and sale/permit administration including       Contract (form 5450-5); all Christmas trees sold using the Christmas Tree Tag
                                                           marketing, product receipts, product scaling, compliance inspections and            (form 5450-10); and, all fuelwood and Christmas trees sold using joint agency
                                                           contract/permit closure.                                                            permits. Work associated with the sale of sawtimber (Lump Sum or Scale) over
                                                                                                                                               $2,499 in value should be coded to HD or JE.


                                                                                                                                               Includes overhead and support costs of the TSIS data entry and the collection
                                                                                                                                               and tracking of the receipts.


                                                                                                                                               Includes law enforcement duties including patrol, enforcement, and/or
                                                                                                                                               investigative activities related to this program element. This includes all labor
                                                                                                                                               and operational dollars to deter, detect, investigate or prosecute violations of
                                                                                                                                               rules, regulations or laws pertaining to this program element. This also includes
                                                                                                                                               work performed by law enforcement officers to protect volunteers, employees or
                                                                                                                                               government property associated with this program.
UEO 4   G1      HD      Manage Forest &    Manage Forest Examples/Notes: Heavy Equipment rental and Working Capital Fund (user and             This program element includes acres of forest and woodland commercial timber Yes                       Acres managed      Acres managed Yes
                        Woodland           and Woodland fixed ownership rates) costs should be charged to this activity..                      sale treatment for the primary purpose of providing opportunities for
                        Commercial Sales   Commercial                                                                                          environmentally responsible commercial activity and/or increasing wood fiber
                                           Sites         Work Activity Description: This activity includes acres of forest and woodland        production. Includes all timber sale treatments which are not otherwise reported
                                                         commercial timber sale treatment for the primary purpose of providing                 under the Forest and Woodland Restoration Sales Applied program element (JE).
                                                         opportunities for environmentally responsible commercial activity and/or
                                                         increasing wood fiber production. Includes all timber sale treatments which are
                                                         not otherwise reported under DOI Work Activity 8G -Treat Commercial Forests
                                                         and Woodlands .

                                                           Includes regeneration harvest and commercial thinning treatments within the
                                                           Matrix under the Northwest Forest Plan or the Available Commercial Forest Land
                                                           base (AVCFL) on Public Domain lands. These activities are designed primarily to
                                                           increase fiber production and/or provide commercial opportunities. All timber
                                                           sale projects funded by the Forest Ecosystem Health and Recovery Fund must be
                                                           coded to DOI activity 1H (Administer Forest Resources).

                                                           Appropriate charges for commercial timber sale treatments include all costs
                                                           associated with planning (including environmental clearances, NEPA, NHPA,
                                                           Section 106, Section 7, VRM), preparing and implementing projects, including
                                                           contract administration costs (but do not report any acres for contract
                                                           administration under this or any other Workload Measure). Overhead and support
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         DOI     BLM      DOI Activity       BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                    Description                                         Outputs
  EOG                                                                                    DOI Activity Description                                                              BLM Activity Description                                                      DOI Output       BLM Output                      Notes   Resolution
         Code    Code       Title               Title                                                                                                                                                                                        Consistent?                                        Consistent?



UEO 4   8G      HL      Treat Commercial Apply                Examples/Notes: Heavy Equipment rental and Working Capital Fund (user and              This program element includes acres of forest and woodland commercial     Yes                         Acres            Acres restored    Yes
                        Forest &         Commercial           fixed ownership rates) costs should be charged to this activity                        reforestation and forest development treatment associated with providing                              restored/develop / developed
                        Woodlands        Forest and                                                                                                  opportunities for environmentally responsible commercial activity and/or                              ed
                                         Woodland             Work Activity Description This activity includes acres of forest and woodland          increasing wood fiber production. Includes all reforestation and forest
                                         Management           commercial reforestation and forest development treatment associated with              development treatments which are not otherwise reported under the Restore
                                                              providing opportunities for environmentally responsible commercial activity            Forest and Woodland Restoration Through Development program element (JN).
                                                              and/or increasing wood fiber production. Includes all reforestation and forest
                                                              development treatments which are not otherwise reported under DOI Work
                                                              Activity 1H - Administer Forest Resources.                                             Appropriate charges for commercial reforestation and forest development
                                                                                                                                                     treatments include all costs associated with planning (including environmental
                                                              Includes reforestation and forest development treatments within the Matrix under       clearances, NEPA, NHPA, Section 106, Section 7, VRM), preparing and
                                                              the Northwest Forest Plan or the Available Commercial Forest Land base                 implementing projects, including contract administration costs (but do not report
                                                              (AVCFL) on Public Domain lands. These activities are designed primarily to             any acres for contract administration under this or any other Workload Measure).
                                                              increase fiber production and/or provide commercial opportunities. Reforestation       Overhead and support costs may be coded to this program element.
                                                              and forest development activities such as pre-commercial thinning, fertilization,
                                                              pruning; mechanical crushing/ chopping, machine and hand slash piling, lop and
                                                              scatter, prescribed burning for site preparation or slash disposal; chemical site
                                                              preparation; big game repellant (BGR) application, netting, tubing, electric fence,
                                                              trapping, outplanting site fencing, or other animal damage controls; seedling
                                                              planting, area seeding, etc.; are included. All reforestation and forest development
                                                              projects funded by the Forest Ecosystem Health and Recovery Fund must be
UEO 4   7L      JE      Restore Forest and Restore Forest     coded to DOI Work Activity 1H.
                                                              Examples/Notes:                                                                    Acres of forest and woodland timber sales treated for the primary purpose of:         Yes                 Acres             Acres restored   Yes
                        Woodlands          and Woodlands                                                                                                                                                                                                   treated/restored.
                                           through Sales Work Activity Description: Acres of forest and woodland timber sales treated for 1. salvaging timber killed by insects, disease, fire, or other disturbance
                                                          the primary purpose of:                                                                mechanism;
                                                                                                                                                 2. reducing tree stocking levels, basal area, stem densities, or fuel loading for the
                                                          • Salvaging timber killed by insects, disease, fire, or other disturbance mechanism; purpose of increasing forest resiliency to natural disturbance agents, including
                                                          • Reducing tree stocking levels, basal area, stem densities, or fuel loading for the insects, disease, fire, wind, or drought;
                                                          purpose of increasing forest resiliency to natural disturbance agents, including       3. adjusting the vegetative mosaic of a forest landscape for the purposes of
                                                          insects, disease, fire, wind, or drought;                                              improving forest habitat for associated species and/or providing late-successional
                                                          • Adjusting the vegetative mosaic of a forest landscape for the purposes of            habitat for associated species;
                                                          improving forest habitat for associated species and/or providing late-succession       4. vegetation treatments specifically designed as a result of wildlife or plant
                                                          habitat for associated species;                                                        habitat analysis are to be counted here and include snag creation and site
                                                          • Vegetation treatments specifically designed as a result of wildlife or plant habitat disturbance to promote growth and/or vigor of certain plants; or
                                                          analysis are to be counted here and include snag creation and site disturbance to 5. vegetation treatments specifically designed to improve or maintain watershed
                                                          promote growth and/or vigor of certain plants; or                                      functionality outside of riparian and wetland zones.
                                                          • Vegetation treatments specifically designed to improve or maintain watershed
                                                          functionality outside of riparian and wetland zones.                                   Appropriate charges for restoration timber sale treatments include all costs
                                                                                                                                                 associated with planning (including environmental clearances, NEPA, NHPA,
                                                          Appropriate charges for restoration timber sale treatments include all costs           Section 106, Section 7), preparing and implementing projects, including contract
                                                          associated with planning (including environmental clearances, NEPA, NHPA,              administration costs (but do not report any acres for contract administration
                                                          Section 106, Section 7), preparing and implementing projects, including contract under this or any other program element). While overhead and support costs may
                                                          administration costs.                                                                  be coded to this program element, they must not be coded to subactivity 5900
                                                                                                                                                 (See Instruction Memorandum No. 98-87).
UEO 4   7L      JN      Restore Forest and Restore Forest Examples/Notes:                                                                        Acres of forest and woodland reforestation and forest development treatment for Yes                       Acres             Acres            Yes
                        Woodlands          and Woodlands                                                                                         the primary purpose of:                                                                                   treated/restored. developed
                                           through        Work Activity Description: Acres of forest and woodland timber sales treated for
                                           Development the primary purpose of:                                                                   1. salvaging timber killed by insects, disease, fire, or other disturbance
                                                                                                                                                 mechanism;
                                                          • Salvaging timber killed by insects, disease, fire, or other disturbance mechanism; 2. reducing tree stocking levels, basal area, stem densities, or fuel loading for the
                                                          • Reducing tree stocking levels, basal area, stem densities, or fuel loading for the purpose of increasing forest resiliency to natural disturbance agents, including
                                                          purpose of increasing forest resiliency to natural disturbance agents, including       insects, disease, fire, wind, or drought;
                                                          insects, disease, fire, wind, or drought;                                              3. adjusting the vegetative mosaic of a forest landscape for the purposes of
                                                          • Adjusting the vegetative mosaic of a forest landscape for the purposes of            improving forest habitat for associated species and/or providing late-successional
                                                          improving forest habitat for associated species and/or providing late-succession       habitat for associated species;
                                                          habitat for associated species;                                                        4. vegetation treatments specifically designed as a result of wildlife or plant
                                                          • Vegetation treatments specifically designed as a result of wildlife or plant habitat habitat analysis are to be counted here and include snag creation and site
                                                          analysis are to be counted here and include snag creation and site disturbance to disturbance to promote growth and/or vigor of certain plants; or
                                                          promote growth and/or vigor of certain plants; or                                      5. vegetation treatments specifically designed to improve or maintain watershed
                                                          • Vegetation treatments specifically designed to improve or maintain watershed         functionality outside of riparian and wetland zones.
                                                          functionality outside of riparian and wetland zones.
                                                                                                                                                 Appropriate charges for restoration reforestation and forest development
                                                          Appropriate charges for restoration timber sale treatments include all costs           treatments include all costs associated with planning (including environmental
                                                          associated with planning (including environmental clearances, NEPA, NHPA,              clearances, NEPA, NHPA, Section 106, Section 7), preparing and implementing
                                                          Section 106, Section 7), preparing and implementing projects, including contract projects, including contract administration costs (but do not report any acres for
                                                          administration costs.                                                                  contract administration under this or any other program element). While
                                                                                                                                                 overhead and support costs may be coded to this program element, they must not
                                                                                                                                                 be coded to subactivity 5900 (See Instruction Memorandum No. 98-87).
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         DOI     BLM      DOI Activity     BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                     Description                                         Outputs
  EOG                                                                                   DOI Activity Description                                                             BLM Activity Description                                                       DOI Output       BLM Output                      Notes   Resolution
         Code    Code       Title             Title                                                                                                                                                                                         Consistent?                                        Consistent?



UEO 4   G6      MB      Evaluate Forest    Evaluate Forest Work Activity Description: This work activity includes all costs associated with        Acres monitored and/or evaluated, including reforestation and forest              Yes                  Acres evaluated. Acres evaluated Yes
                        Resources          / Woodland      data collection, management, distribution and analysis required for implementation      development surveys associated with the Forest and Woodland Management                                 Acres monitored
                                           Treatments      monitoring (determining if forest management treatments were carried out as             Treatments program element (HD) and the Forest and Woodland Restoration                                and/or evaluated,
                                                           designed), effectiveness monitoring (determining if prescribed treatments achieve       Treatments program element (JE). Program element MB includes implementation                            including
                                                           desired objectives), validation monitoring (determining if data, requirements, and      monitoring (determining if forest management treatments were carried out as                            reforestation and
                                                           assumptions are correct or if better ways are needed to meet objectives),               designed), effectiveness monitoring (determining if prescribed treatments achieve                      forest
                                                           monitoring the safe, efficient extraction of resources, and tracking status and         desired objectives), and/or validation monitoring (determining if data,                                development
                                                           utilization. Evaluation in this work activity includes Plus tree site and forest        requirements, and assumptions are correct or if better ways are needed to meet                         surveys associated
                                                           regeneration/reforestation stocking surveys.                                            objectives). Evaluation in program element MB includes Plus tree site and forest                       with the forest
                                                                                                                                                   regeneration/reforestation stocking surveys.                                                           and woodland
                                                            Appropriate charges include actual monitoring and evaluation, and all costs                                                                                                                   management
                                                            associated with evaluation, analysis and reporting of the results of                                                                                                                          treatments and
                                                            Forest/Woodland treatments. Do not include timber sale administration costs.           Appropriate charges include actual monitoring and evaluation, and all costs                            forest and
                                                                                                                                                   associated with evaluation, analysis and reporting of the results of                                   woodland
                                                                                                                                                   Forest/Woodland treatments. Do not include timber sale administration costs.                           restoration
                                                                                                                                                   Overhead and support costs may be coded to this program element, but they                              treatments
                                                                                                                                                   must not be coded to sub activity 5900 (See Instruction Memorandum No. 98-
                                                                                                                                                   87).


REO 1   S3      AL      Provide Education Provide           Examples/Notes: For purpose of computing the Unit of Measure, a                        Interpretation and environmental education teaches the public about the            Yes                 Educational and Program /         Yes
                        and Interpretation Outreach         program/event includes all of the associated publications for that event.              interrelationships of diverse resources, environmental conditions, and people's                        interpretation  events
                        Services           through                                                                                                 lives. The workload under this PE is the actual delivery of interpretation and                         programs/events delivered
                                           Interpretation   Work Activity Description: Includes all costs associated with developing and           environmental education programs, materials and services, which includes                               delivered
                                           and              delivering education and interpretation services. This will include all costs of       providing both on and off site interpretation and environmental education about
                                           Environmental    developing the events, products, and services and distributing related brochures       public lands, resources, and Public Land Treasures, including safety educational
                                           Education        and other printed information.                                                         materials. Appropriate charges include all programs, activities, services, and
                                                                                                                                                   techniques that help bring about increased awareness of public land conditions
                                                            Interpretation includes paper and electronic publications, such as guides,             and that can influence people's behavior (such as providing Leave No Trace and
                                                            brochures, Web sites, CDs, films, books and articles.                                  Tread Lightly information and other environmental ethics programs). Costs
                                                                                                                                                   include interpretation, education, and/or information programs/products, such as
                                                            Includes safety education to the public.                                               brochures, posters, exhibits, CD-ROM programs, web pages, presentations and
                                                                                                                                                   guided walks. Interpretive, public affairs, congressional affairs, and external
                                                            Does not include costs associated with exhibits including planning, development,       affairs staff will charge most of their time to AL when working on Public Land
                                                            production and installation for exhibits (including museum exhibits), wayside          Treasures interpretative programs. Ranger public presentations and contacts
                                                            signage and exhibits, interpretive devices along trails, or other self-guided          relating to environmental stewardship/protection information assistance may use
                                                            interpretive tours.                                                                    this program element. This work also includes the production on new products,
                                                                                                                                                   including the design, development, construction, fabrication, and installation of
                                                            Does not include costs associated with planning, researching, producing and            products, elements and facilities providing interpretive and environmental
                                                            providing technical assistance. Technical assistance includes scientific and           education on public lands, resources, and Public Land Treasures. This work
                                                            technical presentations, workshops, and technical conferences.                         includes all efforts to produce interpretive displays for visitor centers, visitor
                                                                                                                                                   contact stations, wayside exhibits, and information kiosks.

REO 1   H7      BA      Evaluate           Inventory        Examples/Notes: Evaluation of recreation sites or areas to determine whether or        Report all procurement and labor costs related to recreation inventories and     Yes                   Acres evaluated.   Acres for which Yes
                        Recreation Areas   Recreation       not specific recreation management objectives are being met. Recreation                assessments of recreation resources in special and extensive recreation                                                   baseline
                                           Resources        management objectives are established in resource management plans, recreation         management areas. The baseline data collection relates directly to assessment of                                          information is
                                                            activity plans, or interdisciplinary planning documents. Evaluations may be            Special and Extensive Recreation Management Areas, fee and non-fee recreation                                             collected and
                                                            triggered by specific time periods identified within the planning document, by         sites, Natural Areas, caves, Natural and National Historic Landmarks, National                                            analyzed
                                                            reaching established thresholds of a resource or social indicator, or by a             Monuments, National Conservation Areas, Recreation Areas, Watchable Wildlife
                                                            management decision to determine if recreation management objectives are still         Areas, and open and closed Off Highway Vehicle use areas.
                                                            valid within any recreation site or area. The evaluations would relate to objectives
                                                            concerning physical, social, managerial settings and/or resource conditions.
                                                            Evaluations are documented and recommendations made, resulting either in a             This work does not include Wilderness, Wilderness Study Areas (see BE), Wild
                                                            continuation or a change in management prescriptions or practices.                     and Scenic Rivers, National Scenic and Historic Trails (see BZ), and other Linear
                                                                                                                                                   Recreation Designations including limited OHV areas which require specific
                                                            Work Activity Description: Recreation site/area objectives evaluated for Special       route designations (BY).
                                                            and Extensive Recreation Management Areas, Recreation sites including fee sites,
                                                            Areas of Critical Environmental Concern (ACECs) (including Natural Areas),
                                                            caves, Natural and National Historic Landmarks, National Recreation Areas, and         Includes acres covered under special studies/assessments performed to establish
                                                            Watchable Wildlife Areas or Off Highway Vehicle use. Work and costs includes           baseline data concerning the character, condition, and nature of recreation
                                                            monitoring of on-the-ground actions, evaluation as to whether the management           resources on public lands, including both developed and undeveloped. This also
                                                            actions taken are meeting the planning objectives, and permanent documentation         includes economic and social baseline collection or studies, visitor/resident
                                                            of findings.                                                                           customer assessments or studies as they relate to above recreational resources,
                                                                                                                                                   and planning related inventories, such as for OHV designations and visual
                                                            This work activity does not include the evaluation of whether the recreation           resource management classifications.
                                                            program is meeting the intent of the authorizing language of a National                Charge all costs associated with presidential or congressional requests for
                                                            Conservation Area or a National Monument. This work activity also does not             information relating to the potential designation of a National Monument or
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         DOI     BLM      DOI Activity       BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                           Description                                         Outputs
  EOG                                                                                     DOI Activity Description                                                                  BLM Activity Description                                                        DOI Output      BLM Output                            Notes         Resolution
         Code    Code       Title               Title                                                                                                                                                                                               Consistent?                                        Consistent?



REO 1   J0      BY      Assess Linear       Assess Linear    Examples/Notes:                                                                             Report all procurement and labor costs of baseline data collection and               Yes                 Miles assessed    Miles of         Yes
                        Recreation          Recreation                                                                                                   assessments associated with rivers (including eligible and suitable Wild and Scenic                                        baseline
                        Resources           Resources        Work Activity Description: Report all procurement and labor costs of baseline               Rivers prior to designation), trails, and byway work. The work includes baseline                                           information
                                                             data collection and assessments associated with rivers (including eligible and              inventory and assessment of rivers and trails that are being evaluated for potential                                       collected and
                                                             suitable wild and scenic rivers prior to designation), trails, and byway work. The          congressional designation. Social and economic baseline collection or studies and                                          assessed.
                                                             work includes baseline inventory and assessment of rivers and trails that are being         visitor/resident customer assessment associated with rivers, trails, and byways are
                                                             evaluated for potential congressional designation. Social and economic baseline             appropriate costs for this program element.
                                                             collection or studies and visitor/resident customer assessment associated with
                                                             rivers, trails, and byways are appropriate costs for this program element.
                                                                                                                                                         This work does not include baseline data collection and assessments for either
                                                             This work does not include base line data collection and assessments for                    NLCS linear units including congressionally designated Wild or Scenic Rivers and
                                                             congressionally designated Wild And Scenic Rivers and National Scenic And                   National Scenic and Historic Trails (see BZ) or recreation areas and NLCS units
                                                             Historic Trail Or Recreation Areas.                                                         commonly reported in acres (see BA or BE).


REO 1   26      DA      Prepare and Revise Prepare and       Examples/Notes:                                                                             Activity plans (implementation plans) that refine the broad program objectives    Yes                    New/revised       Plans            Yes
                        Recreation Activity Revise                                                                                                       stated for the recreation program in the land use plan (Resource Management                              activity plan     completed
                        Plans               Recreation       Work Activity Description: This work activity includes activity plans                       (RMP) or Management Framework (MFP) Plan), outline an implementation
                                            Activity Plans   (implementation plans) which refine the broad program objectives stated for the             strategy for decisions made in the land use plan, and apply best management
                                                             recreation program in the land use plan (Resource Management (RMP) or                       practices to meet land use objectives. Examples: Special Recreation Management
                                                             Management Framework (MFP) Plan), outline an implementation strategy for                    Area (SRMA) Plans, Interpretive Plans, Interpretive Prospectuses, Business Plans,
                                                             decisions made in the land use plan, and apply best management practices to meet            and other recreation program activity plans.
                                                             land use objectives. Examples include Special Recreation Management Area
                                                             (SRMA) Plans, Interpretive Plans, Interpretive Prospectuses, Business Plans, and
                                                             other recreation program activity plans.                                                    Include costs for preparation, revision or amendment of activity plans (excluding
                                                                                                                                                         multi-jurisdictional plans), e.g., collaboration (outreach, meetings, public
                                                             This work activity includes costs for preparation, revision or amendment of                 meetings, etc.) with other entities and the public, consultation with tribes, NEPA
                                                             activity plans (excluding multi-jurisdictional plans); collaboration (outreach,             analysis (including T&E consultation and review), coordination and cross-walking
                                                             meetings, public meetings, etc.) with other entities and the public; consultation           with other existing implementation plans, and third party contracting. Costs
                                                             with tribes; NEPA analysis (including T&E consultation and review); coordination            associated with document preparation, such as printing, collating, and
                                                             and cross-walking with other existing implementation plans; and third party                 distribution. Training associated with preparing staff to complete these plans.
                                                             contracting. It also includes costs associated with document preparation such as            Also includes research and data searches and GIS associated activities.
                                                             printing, collating, and distribution; training associated with preparing staff to
                                                             complete these plans; research and data searches; and GIS associated activities.
                                                                                                                                                         If a land use plan amendment is required prior to approval of an activity plan,
                                                            If a land use plan amendment is required prior to approval of an activity plan, and          and the land use plan amendment and the activity plan are being prepared
                                                            the land use plan amendment and the activity plan are being prepared                         concurrently, then the cost of the concurrent effort through the approval stage of
                                                            concurrently, the cost of the concurrent effort through the approval stage of the            the plan amendment should be charged to the land use plan amendment program
REO 1   5E      GT      Maintain            Recreation Site Examples/Notes:should be charged to DOI Work Activity 31 - Prepare Land Use
                                                            plan amendment                                                                               elements DS, DT or DU. Following approval of the land use plan amendment,          No                    Recreation non-   Sites Assessed   Yes             Provide activity
                        Recreation          Condition                                                                                                                                                                                                             building assets                                    definition.
                        Facilities - Non    Assessment -    Work Activity Description: A Recreation Site is an area developed and maintained                                                                                                                      maintained to
                        Buildings           Building.       to enhance recreation opportunities and include any non-building asset. Costs that                                                                                                                    assigned
                                                            can be charged to this work activity must be associated with maintenance of these                                                                                                                     maintenance
                                                            non-building assets. Costs for performing construction of non-buidling assets at a                                                                                                                    levels.
                                                            recreation site should be charged to DOI Work Activity 5L – Construct
                                                            Recreation Facilities – Non Buildings. Recreation site building maintenance costs
                                                            should be charged to DOI Work Activity 5J – Maintain Recreation Facilities.

                                                             Appropriate costs include labor, procurement, acquisition and equipment for
                                                             project planning (including any required site reviews, clearances and permits not
                                                             previously completed), survey and design, contract preparation and inspection of
                                                             the physical site, operations (e.g. utilities, lawn care, sewage, janitorial service) and
                                                             maintenance of the physical site, signage, accessibility retrofits and enhancements,
                                                             energy conservation, corrective actions in response to CASHE audits, contract
                                                             supervision, and related upkeep of property and the Facilities Asset Management
                                                             System. Costs for maintenance of signs associated with a Recreation Site may be
                                                             reflected in this work activity. Benefiting activities are responsible for funding any
                                                             of the program-specific site reviews, clearances and permits that are required.

                                                             Labor costs for managing and operating a recreation site are charged to DOI
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         DOI     BLM      DOI Activity   BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                       Description                                      Outputs
  EOG                                                                                 DOI Activity Description                                                             BLM Activity Description                                                         DOI Output       BLM Output                        Notes        Resolution
         Code    Code       Title           Title                                                                                                                                                                                           Consistent?                                     Consistent?



REO 1   5J      IA      Maintain         Recreation Site Examples/Notes: Maintenance is the upkeep of constructed facilities, structures         A Recreation Site is an area developed and maintained to enhance recreation         Yes                  Square feet of     Sq. Ft.      Yes             Consider
                        Recreation       Annual          and capitalized equipment necessary to realize the originally anticipated useful life   opportunities and includes any buildings, other facilities and improvements.                             area maintained.                                revising output
                        Facilities       Maintenance - of the fixed assets. Methods of accomplishing Maintenance are:                            Costs charged to this program element must be associated with annual                                                                                     to read "square
                                         Building                                                                                                maintenance of these sites. For Recreation Site deferred maintenance use                                                                                 feet of area
                                                         1. Annual Maintenance is Maintenance performed to repair failures during the            program element IB and Recreation Site construction use program element IC.                                                                              maintained"
                                                         year in which they occur. Includes preventive and/or cyclic maintenance                 Additionally, all costs associated with deferred maintenance for recreation fee
                                                         performed in the year in which it is scheduled to occur. Annual Maintenance can         sites must be charged to program element HA.
                                                         be preformed through:
                                                         • Repair: Work to restore a damaged, broken, or worn-out facility, facility
                                                         component, or item of equipment to normal operating condition.                        These costs include labor, procurement, acquisition and equipment for project
                                                         • Preventive Maintenance: Scheduled servicing; repairs; inspections; adjustments;     planning (including any required site reviews, clearances and permits not
                                                         and replacement of parts that result in fewer breakdowns and fewer premature          previously completed), survey and design, contract preparation and inspection,
                                                         replacements and achieve the expected life of facilities and equipment                operations (e.g. utilities, lawn care, sewage, janitorial service) and maintenance of
                                                         • Cyclic Maintenance: Preventive maintenance activities that recur on a periodic      the physical site, signage, accessibility retrofits and enhancements, energy
                                                         and scheduled cycle of greater than 1 year.                                           conservation, inspections, corrective actions in response to CASHE audits,
                                                                                                                                               conducting condition assessments, contract supervision, and related upkeep of
                                                         2. Deferred Maintenance is Maintenance that was not performed when it should property and the Facilities Asset Management System (FAMS). Costs for
                                                         have been or when it was scheduled and which, therefore, was put off or delayed maintenance of signs associated with a Recreation Site may be reflected in this
                                                         for a future period. This also includes work performed to correct facilities          PE. Benefiting activities are responsible for funding any of the program-specific
                                                         deficiencies where there is noncompliance to codes (e.g. life safety, ADA, OSHA, site reviews, clearances and permits that are required. Includes ANCSA 17(b) site
                                                         environmental, etc.) and other regulatory or Executive Order compliance               easements.
                                                         requirements. Deferred Maintenance can be preformed through:
                                                         • Repair: Work to restore a damaged, broken, or worn-out facility, facility
                                                         component, or item of equipment to normal operating condition.                        Labor costs for managing and operating a recreation site are charged to the
                                                         • Rehabilitation (without expansion or change of function): Renovation of an          benefiting activity. Cost of managing the interpretative program and associated
                                                         existing facility or any of its components in order to restore and/or extend the life displays should be charged to the appropriate Program Element.
                                                         of the facility.
                                                         • Replacement: Substitution or exchange of one existing facility, facility
                                                         component, or item of equipment for another having the capacity to perform the
REO 1   5J      IB      Maintain                         same function.
                                         Recreation Site Examples/Notes: Maintenance is the upkeep of constructed facilities, structures A Recreation Site is an area developed and maintained to enhance recreation                  Yes                 Square feet of     Sq. Ft.      Yes             Consider
                        Recreation       Deferred        and capitalized equipment necessary to realize the originally anticipated useful life opportunities and includes any buildings, other facilities and improvements.                               area maintained.                                revising output
                        Facilities       Maintenance - of the fixed assets. Methods of accomplishing Maintenance are:                          Costs charged to this program element must be associated with deferred                                                                                     to read "square
                                         Building                                                                                              maintenance needs of these sites. Costs for performance of annual maintenance                                                                              feet of area
                                                         1. Annual Maintenance is Maintenance performed to repair failures during the          at a recreation site should be charged to program element IA and new                                                                                       maintained"
                                                         year in which they occur. Includes preventive and/or cyclic maintenance               construction program element IC. Additionally, all costs associated with deferred
                                                         performed in the year in which it is scheduled to occur. Annual Maintenance can maintenance for recreation fee sites must be charged to program element HA.
                                                         be preformed through:
                                                         • Repair: Work to restore a damaged, broken, or worn-out facility, facility
                                                         component, or item of equipment to normal operating condition.                        These costs include labor, procurement, acquisition and equipment for project
                                                         • Preventive Maintenance: Scheduled servicing; repairs; inspections; adjustments; planning (including any required site reviews, clearances and permits not
                                                         and replacement of parts that result in fewer breakdowns and fewer premature          previously completed), survey and design, contract preparation and inspection of
                                                         replacements and achieve the expected life of facilities and equipment                the physical site, signage, accessibility retrofits, corrective actions in response to
                                                         • Cyclic Maintenance: Preventive maintenance activities that recur on a periodic CASHE audits, contract supervision, and related upkeep of property and the
                                                         and scheduled cycle of greater than 1 year.                                           Facilities Asset Management System (FAMS). Costs of deferred maintenance of
                                                                                                                                               signs associated with a Recreation Site may be reflected in this PE. Benefiting
                                                         2. Deferred Maintenance is Maintenance that was not performed when it should activities are responsible for funding any of the program-specific site reviews,
                                                         have been or when it was scheduled and which, therefore, was put off or delayed clearances and permits that are required. Includes ANCSA 17(b) site easements.
                                                         for a future period. This also includes work performed to correct facilities
                                                         deficiencies where there is noncompliance to codes (e.g. life safety, ADA, OSHA,
                                                         environmental, etc.) and other regulatory or Executive Order compliance               Labor costs for managing and operating a recreation site are charged to the
                                                         requirements. Deferred Maintenance can be preformed through:                          benefiting activity. Cost of managing the interpretative program and associated
                                                         • Repair: Work to restore a damaged, broken, or worn-out facility, facility           displays should be charged to the appropriate program element.
                                                         component, or item of equipment to normal operating condition.
                                                         • Rehabilitation (without expansion or change of function): Renovation of an
                                                         existing facility or any of its components in order to restore and/or extend the life
                                                         of the facility.
                                                         • Replacement: Substitution or exchange of one existing facility, facility
                                                         component, or item of equipment for another having the capacity to perform the
                                                         same function.
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         DOI     BLM      DOI Activity     BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                         Description                                      Outputs
  EOG                                                                                    DOI Activity Description                                                                 BLM Activity Description                                                      DOI Output       BLM Output                        Notes         Resolution
         Code    Code       Title             Title                                                                                                                                                                                             Consistent?                                     Consistent?



REO 1   5R      IC      Construct          Recreation Site Examples/Notes: Capital Improvement is the construction of a new facility, or                A Recreation Site is an area developed and maintained to enhance recreation       Yes                 Square footage of Sq. Ft.       Yes             Consider
                        Recreation         Construction - the expansion or extension of an existing facility to accommodate a change of                 opportunities and includes any buildings, other facilities and improvements.                          constructed                                     revising output
                        Facilities         Building        function or unmet programmatic needs. Methods of accomplishing Capital                       Costs charged to this program element must be associated with new construction                        recreation                                      to read "square
                                                           Improvements are:                                                                            for these sites. Costs for performance of annual maintenance at a recreation site                     facilities.                                     feet of
                                                                                                                                                        should be charged to program element IA and deferred maintenance to program                                                                           constrcucted
                                                            • New Construction: The erection, installation, or assembly of a new facility.              element IB. Additionally, all costs associated with deferred maintenance for                                                                          recreation
                                                            • Alteration (for change of function, without expansion): Work to change the                recreation fee sites must be charged to program element HA.                                                                                           facilities"
                                                            function of an existing facility or any of its components.
                                                            • Expansion: Increasing the capacity or size of a facility to serve needs different
                                                            from, or significantly greater than, those originally intended.                     These costs include labor, procurement, acquisition and equipment for project
                                                                                                                                                planning (including any required site reviews, clearances and permits not
                                                            Recreation Facilities owned by the Department of Interior include campgrounds       previously completed), survey and design, contract preparation and inspection of
                                                            (including all campsites, amphitheatres, bathhouses and other supporting            the physical site, signage, accessibility retrofits and enhancements, energy
                                                            structures within the facility), and Marinas and waterways (docks, piers, aids to   conservation, corrective actions in response to CASHE audits, contract
                                                            navigation, and launch ramps). A Recreation Facility consists of a single           supervision, and related upkeep of property and the Facilities Asset Management
                                                            grouping of these assets.                                                           System (FAMS). Benefiting activities are responsible for funding any of the
                                                                                                                                                program-specific site reviews, clearances and permits that are required. Includes
                                                           Work Activity Description: This activity entails construction of new or expanded ANCSA 17(b) site easements.
                                                           recreation facilities, including all work and effort to needed to build new, expand,
                                                           or upgrade existing facilities. These costs include material, labor, contract
                                                           services; project planning (including any site reviews, clearances and permits not Labor costs for managing and operating a recreation site are charged to
                                                           previously completed), surveys, design, minor construction, signage, accessibility benefiting activity. Cost of managing the interpretative program and associated
REO 1   5E      IU      Maintain           Recreation Site retrofits and enhancements, energy conservation, inspections, corrective actions in displays should be charged to the appropriate program element.
                                                           Examples/Notes:                                                                                                                                                        No                          Recreation non-   Sites         Yes             Provide activity
                        Recreation         Annual                                                                                                                                                                                                             building assets   Maintained                    definition.
                        Facilities - Non   Maintenance - Work Activity Description: A Recreation Site is an area developed and maintained                                                                                                                     maintained to
                        Buildings          Non-Bldg.       to enhance recreation opportunities and include any non-building asset. Costs that                                                                                                                 assigned
                                                           can be charged to this work activity must be associated with maintenance of these                                                                                                                  maintenance
                                                           non-building assets. Costs for performing construction of non-buidling assets at a                                                                                                                 levels.
                                                           recreation site should be charged to DOI Work Activity 5L – Construct
                                                           Recreation Facilities – Non Buildings. Recreation site building maintenance costs
                                                           should be charged to DOI Work Activity 5J – Maintain Recreation Facilities.

                                                            Appropriate costs include labor, procurement, acquisition and equipment for
                                                            project planning (including any required site reviews, clearances and permits not
                                                            previously completed), survey and design, contract preparation and inspection of
                                                            the physical site, operations (e.g. utilities, lawn care, sewage, janitorial service) and
                                                            maintenance of the physical site, signage, accessibility retrofits and enhancements,
                                                            energy conservation, corrective actions in response to CASHE audits, contract
                                                            supervision, and related upkeep of property and the Facilities Asset Management
                                                            System. Costs for maintenance of signs associated with a Recreation Site may be
                                                            reflected in this work activity. Benefiting activities are responsible for funding any
                                                            of the program-specific site reviews, clearances and permits that are required.

REO 1   5E      IV      Maintain           Recreation Site Labor costs for managing and operating a recreation site are charged to DOI
                                                           Examples/Notes:                                                                                                                                                               No                   Recreation non-   Sites         Yes             Provide activity
                        Recreation         Deferred                                                                                                                                                                                                           building assets   Maintained                    definition.
                        Facilities - Non   Maintenance - Work Activity Description: A Recreation Site is an area developed and maintained                                                                                                                     maintained to
                        Buildings          Non-Bldg.       to enhance recreation opportunities and include any non-building asset. Costs that                                                                                                                 assigned
                                                           can be charged to this work activity must be associated with maintenance of these                                                                                                                  maintenance
                                                           non-building assets. Costs for performing construction of non-buidling assets at a                                                                                                                 levels.
                                                           recreation site should be charged to DOI Work Activity 5L – Construct
                                                           Recreation Facilities – Non Buildings. Recreation site building maintenance costs
                                                           should be charged to DOI Work Activity 5J – Maintain Recreation Facilities.

                                                            Appropriate costs include labor, procurement, acquisition and equipment for
                                                            project planning (including any required site reviews, clearances and permits not
                                                            previously completed), survey and design, contract preparation and inspection of
                                                            the physical site, operations (e.g. utilities, lawn care, sewage, janitorial service) and
                                                            maintenance of the physical site, signage, accessibility retrofits and enhancements,
                                                            energy conservation, corrective actions in response to CASHE audits, contract
                                                            supervision, and related upkeep of property and the Facilities Asset Management
                                                            System. Costs for maintenance of signs associated with a Recreation Site may be
                                                            reflected in this work activity. Benefiting activities are responsible for funding any
                                                            of the program-specific site reviews, clearances and permits that are required.

                                                            Labor costs for managing and operating a recreation site are charged to DOI
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         DOI     BLM      DOI Activity      BLM Activity                                                                                                                                               Description                                      Outputs
  EOG                                                                                    DOI Activity Description                                                      BLM Activity Description                        DOI Output      BLM Output                         Notes          Resolution
         Code    Code       Title              Title                                                                                                                                                   Consistent?                                     Consistent?



REO 1   5L      IW      Construct           Recreation Site Examples/Notes:                                                                                                                       No                 Recreation non-   Sites         Yes             Provide activity
                        Recreation          Construction -                                                                                                                                                           building assets   Constructed                   definition.
                        Facilities - Non-   Non-Bldg.       Work Activity Description: A Recreation Site non-building is an area developed                                                                           constructed
                        Buildings                           and maintained to enhance recreation opportunities and include any non-building
                                                            asset. Costs that can be charged to this work activity must be associated with new
                                                            construction for these non-building assets. Costs for performing maintenance of
                                                            non-buidling assets at a recreation site should be charged to DOI Work Activity
                                                            5E – Maintaining Recreation Facilities – Non Buildings. Recreation site building
                                                            construction costs should be charged to DOI Work Activity 5R – Construct
                                                            Recreation Facilities.

                                                             Appropriate costs include labor, procurement, acquisition and equipment for
                                                             project planning (including any required site reviews, clearances and permits not
                                                             previously completed), survey and design, contract preparation and inspection of
                                                             the physical site, signage, accessibility retrofits and enhancements, energy
                                                             conservation, corrective actions in response to CASHE audits, contract
                                                             supervision, and related upkeep of property and the Facilities Asset Management
                                                             System. Benefiting activities are responsible for funding any of the program-
                                                             specific site reviews, clearances and permits that are required.

                                                            Labor costs for managing and operating a recreation site are charged to DOI
REO 1   5D      GY      Maintain trails                     Examples/Notes: Operate and Evaluate Recreation Facilities. Cost and
                                            Trail Condition Work Activity 5P –Maintenance is the upkeep of constructed facilities of managing                                                     No                 Miles of trails   Miles         Yes             Provide activity
                                            Assessments     structures and capitalized equipment necessary to realize the originally anticipated                                                                     maintained.                                     definition.
                                                            useful life of the fixed assets. Methods of accomplishing Maintenance are:                                                                                                                               Consider
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     revising output
                                                             1. Annual Maintenance is Maintenance performed to repair failures during the                                                                                                                            to read "miles of
                                                             year in which they occur. Includes preventive and/or cyclic maintenance                                                                                                                                 trails
                                                             performed in the year in which it is scheduled to occur. Annual Maintenance can                                                                                                                         maintained"
                                                             be preformed through:
                                                             • Repair: Work to restore a damaged, broken, or worn-out facility, facility
                                                             component, or item of equipment to normal operating condition.
                                                             • Preventive Maintenance: Scheduled servicing; repairs; inspections; adjustments;
                                                             and replacement of parts that result in fewer breakdowns and fewer premature
                                                             replacements and achieve the expected life of facilities and equipment
                                                             • Cyclic Maintenance: Preventive maintenance activities that recur on a periodic
                                                             and scheduled cycle of greater than 1 year.

                                                             2. Deferred Maintenance is Maintenance that was not performed when it should
                                                             have been or when it was scheduled and which, therefore, was put off or delayed
                                                             for a future period. This also includes work performed to correct facilities
                                                             deficiencies where there is noncompliance to codes (e.g. life safety, ADA, OSHA,
                                                             environmental, etc.) and other regulatory or Executive Order compliance
                                                             requirements. Deferred Maintenance can be preformed through:
                                                             • Repair: Work to restore a damaged, broken, or worn-out facility, facility
                                                             component, or item of equipment to normal operating condition.
                                                             • Rehabilitation (without expansion or change of function): Renovation of an
                                                             existing facility or any of its components in order to restore and/or extend the life
                                                             of the facility.
                                                             • Replacement: Substitution or exchange of one existing facility, facility
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         DOI     BLM      DOI Activity    BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                  Description                                      Outputs
  EOG                                                                                  DOI Activity Description                                                          BLM Activity Description                                                       DOI Output       BLM Output                        Notes          Resolution
         Code    Code       Title            Title                                                                                                                                                                                      Consistent?                                     Consistent?



REO 1   5J      GZ      Maintain          Recreation Site Examples/Notes: Maintenance is the upkeep of constructed facilities, structures                                                                                        No                   Square feet of     Sq. Ft.      Yes             Provide activity
                        Recreation        Condition       and capitalized equipment necessary to realize the originally anticipated useful life                                                                                                       area maintained.                                definition.
                        Facilities        Assessment -    of the fixed assets. Methods of accomplishing Maintenance are:                                                                                                                                                                              Consider
                                          Non-Building                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                revising output
                                                          1. Annual Maintenance is Maintenance performed to repair failures during the                                                                                                                                                                to read "square
                                                          year in which they occur. Includes preventive and/or cyclic maintenance                                                                                                                                                                     feet of area
                                                          performed in the year in which it is scheduled to occur. Annual Maintenance can                                                                                                                                                             maintained"
                                                          be preformed through:
                                                          • Repair: Work to restore a damaged, broken, or worn-out facility, facility
                                                          component, or item of equipment to normal operating condition.
                                                          • Preventive Maintenance: Scheduled servicing; repairs; inspections; adjustments;
                                                          and replacement of parts that result in fewer breakdowns and fewer premature
                                                          replacements and achieve the expected life of facilities and equipment
                                                          • Cyclic Maintenance: Preventive maintenance activities that recur on a periodic
                                                          and scheduled cycle of greater than 1 year.

                                                           2. Deferred Maintenance is Maintenance that was not performed when it should
                                                           have been or when it was scheduled and which, therefore, was put off or delayed
                                                           for a future period. This also includes work performed to correct facilities
                                                           deficiencies where there is noncompliance to codes (e.g. life safety, ADA, OSHA,
                                                           environmental, etc.) and other regulatory or Executive Order compliance
                                                           requirements. Deferred Maintenance can be preformed through:
                                                           • Repair: Work to restore a damaged, broken, or worn-out facility, facility
                                                           component, or item of equipment to normal operating condition.
                                                           • Rehabilitation (without expansion or change of function): Renovation of an
                                                           existing facility or any of its components in order to restore and/or extend the life
                                                           of the facility.
                                                           • Replacement: Substitution or exchange of one existing facility, facility
                                                           component, or item of equipment for another having the capacity to perform the
REO 1   5D      ID      Maintain trails   Trail Annual     same function.
                                                           Examples/Notes: Maintenance is the upkeep of constructed facilities and               Costs charged to this program element must be associated with annual             Yes                 Miles of trails    Miles        Yes             Consider
                                          Maintenance      structures and capitalized equipment necessary to realize the originally anticipated maintenance of trails. These costs include labor, procurement, acquisition and                        maintained.                                     revising output
                                                           useful life of the fixed assets. Methods of accomplishing Maintenance are:            equipment costs for project planning (including reviews, clearances and permits                                                                      to read "miles of
                                                                                                                                                 not previously completed), survey and design, contract preparation and                                                                               trails
                                                           1. Annual Maintenance is Maintenance performed to repair failures during the          inspection, maintenance, conducting condition assessments, maintenance of signs,                                                                     maintained"
                                                           year in which they occur. Includes preventive and/or cyclic maintenance               accessibility retrofits and enhancements and upkeep of the Facilities Asset
                                                           performed in the year in which it is scheduled to occur. Annual Maintenance can Management System (FAMS) database. Costs associated with deferred
                                                           be preformed through:                                                                 maintenance for trails should utilize program element IE and costs for
                                                           • Repair: Work to restore a damaged, broken, or worn-out facility, facility           construction of trails program element IF.
                                                           component, or item of equipment to normal operating condition.
                                                           • Preventive Maintenance: Scheduled servicing; repairs; inspections; adjustments;
                                                           and replacement of parts that result in fewer breakdowns and fewer premature          Benefiting activities are responsible for funding any of the program-specific
                                                           replacements and achieve the expected life of facilities and equipment                reviews, clearances and permits that are required.
                                                           • Cyclic Maintenance: Preventive maintenance activities that recur on a periodic
                                                           and scheduled cycle of greater than 1 year.

                                                           2. Deferred Maintenance is Maintenance that was not performed when it should
                                                           have been or when it was scheduled and which, therefore, was put off or delayed
                                                           for a future period. This also includes work performed to correct facilities
                                                           deficiencies where there is noncompliance to codes (e.g. life safety, ADA, OSHA,
                                                           environmental, etc.) and other regulatory or Executive Order compliance
                                                           requirements. Deferred Maintenance can be preformed through:
                                                           • Repair: Work to restore a damaged, broken, or worn-out facility, facility
                                                           component, or item of equipment to normal operating condition.
                                                           • Rehabilitation (without expansion or change of function): Renovation of an
                                                           existing facility or any of its components in order to restore and/or extend the life
                                                           of the facility.
                                                           • Replacement: Substitution or exchange of one existing facility, facility
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         DOI     BLM      DOI Activity     BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                   Description                                         Outputs
  EOG                                                                                  DOI Activity Description                                                           BLM Activity Description                                                        DOI Output       BLM Output                           Notes          Resolution
         Code    Code       Title             Title                                                                                                                                                                                       Consistent?                                        Consistent?



REO 1   5D      IE      Maintain trails    Trail Deferred   Examples/Notes: Maintenance is the upkeep of constructed facilities and              Costs charged to this program element must be associated with deferred             Yes                 Miles of trails    Miles          Yes              Consider
                                           Maintenance      structures and capitalized equipment necessary to realize the originally anticipated maintenance work on trails. These costs include labor, procurement, acquisition                        maintained.                                        revising output
                                                            useful life of the fixed assets. Methods of accomplishing Maintenance are:           and equipment costs for project planning (including reviews, clearances and                                                                               to read "miles of
                                                                                                                                                 permits not previously completed), survey and design, contract preparation and                                                                            trails
                                                            1. Annual Maintenance is Maintenance performed to repair failures during the         inspection, and related activities associated with correcting deferred maintenance                                                                        maintained"
                                                            year in which they occur. Includes preventive and/or cyclic maintenance              needs for trails. Costs associated with annual maintenance including the
                                                            performed in the year in which it is scheduled to occur. Annual Maintenance can performance of condition assessments for trails should utilize program element
                                                            be preformed through:                                                                ID and costs for construction of trails program element IF.
                                                            • Repair: Work to restore a damaged, broken, or worn-out facility, facility
                                                            component, or item of equipment to normal operating condition.
                                                            • Preventive Maintenance: Scheduled servicing; repairs; inspections; adjustments; Benefiting activities are responsible for funding any of the program-specific
                                                            and replacement of parts that result in fewer breakdowns and fewer premature         reviews, clearances and permits that are required.
                                                            replacements and achieve the expected life of facilities and equipment
                                                            • Cyclic Maintenance: Preventive maintenance activities that recur on a periodic
                                                            and scheduled cycle of greater than 1 year.

                                                            2. Deferred Maintenance is Maintenance that was not performed when it should
                                                            have been or when it was scheduled and which, therefore, was put off or delayed
                                                            for a future period. This also includes work performed to correct facilities
                                                            deficiencies where there is noncompliance to codes (e.g. life safety, ADA, OSHA,
                                                            environmental, etc.) and other regulatory or Executive Order compliance
                                                            requirements. Deferred Maintenance can be preformed through:
                                                            • Repair: Work to restore a damaged, broken, or worn-out facility, facility
                                                            component, or item of equipment to normal operating condition.
                                                            • Rehabilitation (without expansion or change of function): Renovation of an
                                                            existing facility or any of its components in order to restore and/or extend the life
                                                            of the facility.
REO 1   5M      IF      Construct trails   Trail            • Replacement: Substitution or exchange of one existing facility, facility
                                                            Examples/Notes: Capital Improvement is the construction of a new facility, or         Costs charged to this program element must be associated with new construction Yes                    Miles of trails    Miles          Yes
                                           Construction     the expansion or extension of an existing facility to accommodate a change of         of trails. These costs include labor, procurement, acquisition and equipment                          constructed        constructed
                                                            function or unmet programmatic needs. Methods of accomplishing Capital                costs for project planning (including reviews, clearances and permits not
                                                            Improvements are:                                                                     previously completed), survey and design, contract preparation and inspection,
                                                                                                                                                  and associated construction. Costs associated with annual maintenance (including
                                                            • New Construction: The erection, installation, or assembly of a new facility.        condition assessments) should utilize program element ID and deferred
                                                            • Alteration (for change of function, without expansion): Work to change the          maintenance for trails should utilize program element IE.
                                                            function of an existing facility or any of its components.
                                                            • Expansion: Increasing the capacity or size of a facility to serve needs different
                                                            from, or significantly greater than, those originally intended.                       Benefiting activities are responsible for funding any of the program-specific
                                                                                                                                                  reviews, clearances and permits that are required.
                                                            Work Activity Description: This activity entails construction of new or expanded
                                                            trails (hiking pathways or horse trails, and excluding vehicular roads,
                                                            campgrounds, picnic areas and boat ramps). This activity includes all types of
                                                            work and effort to needed to construct trails. These costs include material, labor,
                                                            contract services; project planning (including any site reviews, clearances and
                                                            permits not previously completed), surveys, design, minor construction, signage,
                                                            accessibility retrofits and enhancements, energy conservation, inspections,
                                                            corrective actions in response to facility audits, equipment rental, and contract
REO 1   H7      MA      Evaluate           Evaluate         supervision.
                                                            Examples/Notes: Evaluation of recreation sites or areas to determine whether or Recreation site/area objectives evaluated for Special and Extensive Recreation         Yes                  Acres evaluated.   Acres evaluated Yes
                        Recreation Areas   Recreation       not specific recreation management objectives are being met. Recreation               Management Areas, Recreation sites including fee sites, ACECs (including
                                           Areas            management objectives are established in resource management plans, recreation Natural Areas), caves, Natural and National Historic Landmarks, National
                                                            activity plans, or interdisciplinary planning documents. Evaluations may be           Recreation Areas, and Watchable Wildlife Areas or Off Highway Vehicle use.
                                                            triggered by specific time periods identified within the planning document, by        Work and costs includes monitoring of on-the-ground actions, evaluation as to
                                                            reaching established thresholds of a resource or social indicator, or by a            whether the management actions taken are meeting the planning objectives, and
                                                            management decision to determine if recreation management objectives are still        permanent documentation of findings.
                                                            valid within any recreation site or area. The evaluations would relate to objectives
                                                            concerning physical, social, managerial settings and/or resource conditions.
                                                            Evaluations are documented and recommendations made, resulting either in a            The process for this program element is as follows:
                                                            continuation or a change in management prescriptions or practices.
                                                                                                                                                  1. Schedule evaluation in AWP based on management plan or management
                                                            Work Activity Description: Recreation site/area objectives evaluated for Special      decision.
                                                            and Extensive Recreation Management Areas, Recreation sites including fee sites, 2. Identify specific recreation objectives to be evaluated; and
                                                            Areas of Critical Environmental Concern (ACECs) (including Natural Areas),            3. Produce an evaluation report which documents findings.
                                                            caves, Natural and National Historic Landmarks, National Recreation Areas, and
                                                            Watchable Wildlife Areas or Off Highway Vehicle use. Work and costs includes This PE does not include the evaluation of whether the recreation program is
                                                            monitoring of on-the-ground actions, evaluation as to whether the management          meeting the intent of the authorizing language of an National Conservation Area
                                                            actions taken are meeting the planning objectives, and permanent documentation or a National Monument. This evaluation should be charged to DJ. Wilderness
                                                            of findings.                                                                          and WSAs evaluations are charged to MD. Also excludes linear recreation units,
                                                                                                                                                  see MV.
                                                            This work activity does not include the evaluation of whether the recreation
                                                            program is meeting the intent of the authorizing language of a National
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         DOI     BLM      DOI Activity       BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                  Description                                        Outputs
  EOG                                                                                     DOI Activity Description                                                             BLM Activity Description                                                    DOI Output      BLM Output                           Notes         Resolution
         Code    Code       Title               Title                                                                                                                                                                                      Consistent?                                       Consistent?



REO 1   H4      MV      Evaluate Linear     Evaluate Linear   Examples/Notes: The number of miles of rivers, trails, and byways evaluated to         Rivers (eligible and suitable prior to designation), trails, and/or byways      Yes                 Miles evaluated   Miles evaluated Yes
                        Recreation          Recreation        determine whether or not specific recreation management objectives are being           management objectives that are evaluated in a given year. Costs can include
                        Management          Management        met. Recreation management objectives are established in resource management           monitoring data collection, data evaluation, permanent documentation, and
                        Objectives          Objectives        plans, plan amendments, and/or recreation activity plans. Evaluations may be           reporting. Work can be reported in absence of a management plan, if the
                                                              triggered by specific time periods identified within the planning document, by         evaluation is done pursuant to a decision
                                                              reaching established thresholds of a resource or social indicator, or by a
                                                              management decision to determine if recreation management objectives are still
                                                              valid within any recreation site or area. The evaluations would relate to objectives   The process for this program element is as follows:
                                                              concerning physical, social, managerial settings and/or resource conditions.
                                                              Evaluations are documented and recommendations made, resulting either in a              1. Schedule evaluation in AWP based on management plan or management
                                                              continuation or a change in management prescriptions or practices.                      decision.
                                                                                                                                                      2. Identify specific recreation objectives to be evaluated;
                                                              Work Activity Description: Rivers (eligible and suitable prior to designation), trails, 3. document the evaluation results in a permanent bureau record.
                                                              and/or byways management objectives that are evaluated in a given year. Costs
                                                              can include monitoring data collection, data evaluation, permanent documentation, Does not include evaluations for NLCS linear units, designated Wild and Scenic
                                                              and reporting. Work can be reported in absence of a management plan, if the             Rivers and National Scenic and Historic Trails which are charged to MF. Also
                                                              evaluation is done pursuant to a decision                                               excludes recreation areas reported under MA.

                                                              This work does not include base line data collection and assessments for
                                                              congressionally designated Wild And Scenic Rivers and National Scenic And
REO 2   1R      EA      Issue and Manage Process SRP's        Historic Trail Or Recreation Areas.
                                                              Examples/Notes:                                                                        Special Recreation Permits for Commercial, Competitive & Organized Groups       Yes                 Permit           Permits issued   Yes
                        SRP's For        for Commercial                                                                                              includes all activity associated with and/or leading to the authorization and                       issued/renewed/r
                        Commercial Users Users and      Work Activity Description: Special Recreation Permits for Commercial,                        issuance of Special Recreation Permits (SRPs) for commercial use (including                         e-authorized
                                         Groups         Competitive & Organized Groups includes all activity associated with and/or                  vending), organized group activities and events, and competitive events (as
                                                        leading to the authorization and issuance of Special Recreation Permits (SRPs) for           described in the 1999 SRP training syllabus for course No. 8300-14). Work
                                                        commercial use (including vending), organized group activities and events, and               includes pre-application consultation, application processing, environmental
                                                        competitive events. Work includes pre-application consultation, application                  analysis, NEPA, prepayment of fees, and issuance of the permit. Work also
                                                        processing, environmental analysis, NEPA, prepayment of fees, and issuance of                includes annual renewal of multi-year permits, but excludes management and
                                                        the permit. Work also includes annual renewal of multi-year permits, but excludes            direction of the permit (see NX). The new SRP regulations, 43CFR 2930, will
                                                        management and direction of the permit.                                                      incorporate the same definitions when finalized.

REO 2   5Y      FU      Perform             Manage Fee        Examples/Notes: Note: This activity applies only to BLM. This work activity                                                                                            No                  Managed fee sites Number of fee Yes               Provide activity
                        Recreation Fee Site Colletions        facilitates compliance with the Federal Lands Recreation Enhancement Act                                                                                                                                     sites managed                   definition.
                        Management          Program for       (REA), P.L. 108-447. Information of cost of collection is essential for calculating
                                            Recreation Use    net revenues and the cost effectiveness of the recreation fee program.
                                            Permits (RUP)
                                            and Special       Work Activity Description: This work activity includes operating and capital costs
                                            Recreation        that occur as a direct result of collecting, remitting, transporting, protecting,
                                            Permits (SRP)     storing, or securing fee revenues at a site. This includes all costs that can
                                                              reasonably be attributed to the activity of collecting fees from the public for
                                                              Standard, Expanded, or Special Recreation Permit fees. These expenses may
                                                              include salaries, benefits, and training; fee collection equipment and upkeep;
                                                              security services and equipment; and communication needs such as signage and
                                                              phones.

REO 2   5Y      FV      Perform             Administer      Examples/Notes: Note: This activity applies only to BLM. This work activity                                                                                              No                  Managed fee sites Number of fee Yes               Provide activity
                        Recreation Fee Site Recreation Site facilitates compliance with the Federal Lands Recreation Enhancement Act                                                                                                                                       site programs                   definition.
                        Management          Fee Program     (REA), P.L. 108-447. Information of cost of collection is essential for calculating                                                                                                                            managed
                                                            net revenues and the cost effectiveness of the recreation fee program.

                                                              Work Activity Description: This work activity includes operating and capital costs
                                                              that occur as a direct result of collecting, remitting, transporting, protecting,
                                                              storing, or securing fee revenues at a site. This includes all costs that can
                                                              reasonably be attributed to the activity of collecting fees from the public for
                                                              Standard, Expanded, or Special Recreation Permit fees. These expenses may
                                                              include salaries, benefits, and training; fee collection equipment and upkeep;
                                                              security services and equipment; and communication needs such as signage and
                                                              phones.
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         DOI     BLM      DOI Activity       BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                      Description                                        Outputs
  EOG                                                                                    DOI Activity Description                                                               BLM Activity Description                                                       DOI Output      BLM Output                      Notes   Resolution
         Code    Code       Title               Title                                                                                                                                                                                          Consistent?                                       Consistent?



REO 2   1Q      EB      Issue and Manage     Issue and        Work Activity Description: Includes all procurement and labor costs associated         Includes all procurement and labor costs associated with the issuance, evaluation, Yes                  Issued permit.   Permits issued   Yes
                        Recreation Use       Manage           with the issuance, evaluation, and management of Entrance Permits and                  and management of Entrance Permits and Recreation Use Permits (RUPs) at
                        Permits              Recreation Use   Recreation Use Permits (RUPs) at designated entrance fee areas, campgrounds,           designated entrance fee areas, campgrounds, popular OHV areas and other
                                             Permits          popular Off Highway Vehicle (OHV) areas and other recreation sites where RUPs          recreation sites where RUPs are used to authorize use. Includes general
                                                              are used to authorize use. Includes general management, monitoring, evaluation,        management, monitoring, evaluation, compliance, enforcement of the conditions
                                                              compliance, enforcement of the conditions of the permit, and all costs associated      of the permit, and all costs associated with the collection and accounting of funds
                                                              with the collection and accounting of funds obtained.                                  obtained. Does not include SRPs: for special area permits (LTVA and
                                                                                                                                                     individual), see FH.


                                                                                                                                                      Law enforcement duties including patrol, enforcement, and/or investigative
                                                                                                                                                     activities related to the recreation use permit program should be charged to this
                                                                                                                                                     program element EB. This includes all labor and operational dollars to deter,
                                                                                                                                                     detect, investigate or prosecute violations of rules, regulations or laws pertaining
                                                                                                                                                     to this program. This also includes work performed by law enforcement officers
                                                                                                                                                     to protect volunteers, employees or government property associated with this
                                                                                                                                                     program.

REO 2   1P      FH      Issue and Manage     Process and    Examples/Notes:                                                                          Special Recreation Permits for Non-Commercial Use includes all activity          Yes                    Issued/monitored Permits issued   Yes
                        Special Recreation   Manage SRP's -                                                                                          associated with both authorizing or issuing of non-commercial permits in special                        permit.          / monitored
                        Permits for Non      Non-                                                                                                    areas, such as Long Term Visitor Areas (LTVA) and monitoring, managing,
                        Commercial Use       Commercial     Work Activity Description: Special Recreation Permits (SRPs) for Non-                    directing, and evaluating the specific uses and activities associated with these
                                                            Commercial Use includes all activity associated with both authorizing or issuing of      permits. Generally, these are permits for individual use of special areas.
                                                            non-commercial permits in special areas such as Long Term Visitor Areas (LTVA)           Examples include LTVA permits, river permits, and backcountry hiking or
                                                            and monitoring, managing, directing, and evaluating the specific uses and activities     camping permits.
                                                            associated with these permits. Generally, these are permits for individual use of
                                                            special areas. Examples include LTVA permits, river permits, and backcountry
                                                            hiking or camping permits.                                                               Work associated with the authorization or issuance of these permits includes pre-
                                                                                                                                                     application consultation, application processing, environmental analysis,
                                                              Work associated with the authorization or issuance of these permits includes pre-      prepayment fee collection, and issuance of the permit. Work associated with the
                                                              application consultation, application processing, environmental analysis,              managing, directing, and evaluating of these permits and the activities authorized
                                                              prepayment fee collection, and issuance of the permit. Work associated with the        includes general management, monitoring, evaluation, compliance, and
                                                              managing, directing, and evaluating of these permits and the activities authorized     enforcement of the conditions of the permit and any special stipulations. Also,
                                                              include general management, monitoring, evaluation, compliance, and                    includes all procurement and labor expense associated with the issuance and
                                                              enforcement of the conditions of the permit and any special stipulations. Also         monitoring of non-commercial special area SRPs.
                                                              includes all procurement and labor expense associated with the issuance
                                                              monitoring of non-commercial special area SRPs.
                                                                                                                                                     The new SRP regulations, 43CFR 2930, will incorporate the same definitions
                                                                                                                                                     when finalized.


                                                                                                                                                     Includes law enforcement duties including patrol, enforcement, and/or
REO 2   3A      NX      Inspect              Inspect          Examples/Notes:                                                                        Special Recreation Permits Compliance includes all activity includes with
                                                                                                                                                     investigative activities related to this program element. Thisassociatedall labor   Yes                 Completed        Inspections      Yes
                        Commercial           Commercial                                                                                              managing, directing, and evaluating the authorization of SRPs for commercial,                           inspections      completed
                        Special Recreation   SRP's for        Work Activity Description: Commercial Recreation permit compliance includes all        (including vending), organized group activities and events, and competitive
                        Permits For          Compliance       activity associated with managing, directing, and evaluating the authorization of      events. Work includes general pre- and post-event/activity management,
                        Compliance                            recreation permits for commercial (including vending) use, organized group             monitoring, evaluation, compliance, and enforcement of the conditions of the
                                                              activities and events, and competitive events.                                         permit and any special stipulations. Work also includes processing annual fees,
                                                                                                                                                     annual use reports, insurance renewal, and evaluations. Also includes all
                                                              Work includes general pre and post event/activity management, monitoring,              procurement and labor expense associated with the management of SRPs for
                                                              evaluation, compliance, and enforcement of the conditions of the permits and any       commercial use, (including vending), organized group activities and events, and
                                                              special stipulations. Work also includes processing annual fees, annual use reports,   competitive events, as described in the 1999 SRP training syllabus for course No.
                                                              insurance renewals and evaluations. Also includes all procurement and labor            8300-14. Includes renewal of permits issued in previous fiscal years. The new
                                                              expense associated with the management of recreational permits for commercial          regulations, 43CFR 2930, will incorporate the same definitions when the new
                                                              use, (including vending), organized group activities and events, and competitive       SRP regulations are finalized.All law enforcement duties including patrol,
                                                              events. Includes renewal of permits issued in previous fiscal years.                   enforcement, and/or investigative activities related to Commercial SRPs program
                                                                                                                                                     should be charged to this program element. This includes all labor and
                                                                                                                                                     operational dollars to deter, detect, investigate or prosecute violations of rules,
SEO 1   Z4      AM      Provide              Provide Rural    Examples/Notes:                                                                        regulations or laws pertaining to this build or enhance a community's capacity for Yes
                                                                                                                                                     Community assistance and outreach program. This also includes work                                      Communities      Communities      Yes
                        Community            Fire                                                                                                    responding to wildfires. The activities include outreach programs (e.g. wildland                        assisted         assisted
                        Assistance           Community        Work Activity Description: Community assistance and outreach build or enhance          fire prevention and education, training, and/or community action programs
                                             Assistance       a community’s capacity for responding to wildfires. The activities include outreach    within the preparedness and fuels management programs) and grants to rural
                                                              programs (e.g. wildland fire prevention and education, training, and/or community      communities.
                                                              action programs within the preparedness and fuels management programs) and
                                                              grants to rural communities.
                                                                                                                                                     Rural Fire Assistance is provided to communities in the form of a grant or award
                                                              Rural Fire Assistance is provided to communities in the form of a grant or award       within the rural fire assistance program.
                                                              within the rural fire assistance program.
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         DOI     BLM      DOI Activity      BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                       Description                                             Outputs
  EOG                                                                                   DOI Activity Description                                                                 BLM Activity Description                                                      DOI Output          BLM Output                       Notes   Resolution
         Code    Code       Title              Title                                                                                                                                                                                           Consistent?                                            Consistent?



SEO 1   J1      BF      Assess Risk To      Assess Hazmat Examples/Notes:                                                                            The following activities are associated with this program element. All costs (labor Yes                 Assessments/eval Site                  Yes
                        Public From         Sites                                                                                                    and operations including equipment, travel, materials and contracts) associated                         uations/inspectio verifications /
                        Natural And Man                   Work Activity Description: This activity is associated with known or suspected             with the planning, conducting, overseeing and documenting of the activities                             ns/verifications. evaluations /
                        Made Hazards                      hazardous materials sites located on or affecting DOI administered lands or for            described below should be charged to this program element.                                                                assessments /
                                                          environmental sites assessments associated with realty actions, and releases of                                                                                                                                      inspections
                                                          petroleum that are not associated with currently operating oil fields. Examples of          1. Site verifications/evaluations/assessments/inspections of known or suspected                                          completed
                                                          units that can be counted are: verification of whether an illegal dumped drum              hazardous materials sites that are consistent with the National Contingency Plan
                                                          suspected to be hazmat is on DOI managed lands and is actually a hazardous                 (NCP) and BLM Handbook 1703-1 "CERCLA Response Actions Handbook",
                                                          material, preliminary assessments and site inspections, an engineering                     and known or suspected releases of petroleum under the Oil Pollution Act
                                                          evaluation/cost analysis (EE/CA).                                                          (OPA) that are not associated with currently operating oil fields.

                                                            All costs (labor and operations including equipment, travel, materials and               2. Preliminary analyses/initial assessments/environmental site assessments (ESA)
                                                            contracts) associated with planning, conducting, overseeing and documenting the          completed for realty actions that are consistent with BLM Handbooks H-2101-4
                                                            work described below should be charged to this activity.                                 "Pre-acquisition ESA Handbook" and the draft disposal handbook.

                                                            • Site verifications/evaluations/assessments/inspections of known or suspected           3. Facility assessments/corrective measures studies performed under section
                                                            hazardous materials sites.                                                               7003 of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) and
                                                            • Preliminary analysis/initial assessments/environmental site assessments (ESA)          assessments/corrective measures studies for Underground Storage Tanks under
                                                            completed.                                                                               RCRA. This does not include actions associated with environmental compliance
                                                            • Facility assessments/corrective measures studies performed under section 7003          inspections, such as CASHE assessments, which should be coded to BG.
                                                            of the resource conservation and recovery act (RCRA) and assessments/corrective
                                                            measures studies for underground storage tanks under RCRA.                               4. NRDAR site scoping/pre-assessment screening and assessment plans.
                                                            • Community relations actions associated with the above activities including the
                                                            development of community relations plans.                                                5. Community relations actions associated with the above activities including the
                                                            • Creating and maintaining case/administrative record files for known or                 development of community relations plans.
                                                            suspected hazardous materials sites.
                                                            • Training, including participating in developing training and policy/guidance to        6. Creating and maintaining case/administrative record files for known or
                                                            improve the work activities described above.                                             suspected hazardous materials sites.

                                                                                                                                                     7. Training activities associated with the above activities, including participation
SEO 1   3H      BG      Ensure Safety       Assess Other    Examples/Notes: The work of this activity is associated with all natural, man            in the development of training and policy/guidance to improve processes
                                                                                                                                                     The following activities are associated with this program element. All costs (labor Yes                 safety inspections,   Verifications,   Yes
                        Compliance in       Hazards (Non    made, and noncompliance situations that pose health, safety and/or environmental         and operations including equipment, travel, materials and contracts) associated                         assessments,          assessments,
                        DOI                 Hazmat or       risk(s) or wildlife risk(s) to the public. Examples include cast away equipment,         with the planning, conducting, overseeing and documenting of the activities                             verification and      evaluations
                        Facilities/Public   AML)            abandoned structures, unexploded ordnance, solid waste dumps, unstable slopes,           described below should be charged to this program element.                                              evaluation of         completed
                        Lands                               potential rock slides, caves, all activities associated with risk assessments in the                                                                                                             hazards
                                                            wildland urban interface, as well as environmental and occupational safety and           1. Site verifications/assessments/evaluations of other hazards and risks on
                                                            health deficiencies at DOI facilities. This work activity does not include               public lands including risk assessment within the Wildland/Urban Interface.
                                                            verifications/evaluations/assessments/inspections/studies of hazardous materials
                                                            sites or hazardous substances releases. Includes safety compliance work in DOI           2. Environmental, health and safety compliance audits at BLM facilities, such as
                                                            permitted facilities.                                                                    CASHE audits.

                                                            Work Activity Description: Includes all costs (labor and operations including            3. Creating and maintaining administrative/case record files, reports, and
                                                            equipment, travel, materials, and contracts) associated with planning, conducting,       databases (i.e. CASHE and Safety Management System (CSMS)) associated with
                                                            overseeing, and documenting the following activities:                                    site verifications/evaluations/ assessments and CASHE audits.

                                                            • Safety inspections after lease operations have been authorized to ensure that          4. Notifications associated with site/facility assessments/evaluations.
                                                            operations are conducted safely in accordance with regulations, lease terms, and
                                                            operating orders, notices to lessees, and permit conditions of approval. Types of        5. Training activities associated with the above activities, including participation
                                                            inspections include drilling and work over inspections, and operator training            in the development of training and policy/guidance to improve processes
                                                            inspections and annual performance review for operators.                                 described above.
                                                            • Site verifications/assessments/evaluations of other hazards and risks on public
                                                            lands including risk assessments within the wildland urban interface
                                                            • Environmental, health, and safety compliance audits at DOI facilities
                                                            • Creating and maintaining administrative/case record files, reports, and databases
                                                            associated with site verifications/evaluations/assessments. Including collection,
                                                            analysis, management and distribution of data.
                                                            • Notifications associated with site/facility assessments/evaluations.
                                                            • Training activities associated with the above activities, including participation in
                                                            the development of training and policy/guidance to improve processes described
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         DOI     BLM      DOI Activity       BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                   Description                                       Outputs
  EOG                                                                                    DOI Activity Description                                                           BLM Activity Description                                                        DOI Output       BLM Output                    Notes   Resolution
         Code    Code       Title               Title                                                                                                                                                                                       Consistent?                                      Consistent?



SEO 1   J1      BH      Assess Risk To      Inventory       Examples/Notes:                                                                       Inventory work at specific AML sites or at areas where AML's may exist.            Yes                  Assessments/eval Sites          Yes
                        Public From         Abandoned                                                                                             Estimate the number of sites planned for inventory and use that estimate for the                        uations/inspectio inventoried
                        Natural And Man     Mine Land Sites Work Activity Description: This activity is associated with known or suspected        planning target. Direct inventory work to locations where a death or injury has                         ns/verifications.
                        Made Hazards                        hazardous materials sites located on or affecting DOI administered lands or for       occurred, at officially-designated recreation areas, at priority watersheds, and
                                                            environmental sites assessments associated with realty actions, and releases of       where needed to support land use planning and special use designations. Charge
                                                            petroleum that are not associated with currently operating oil fields. Examples of    costs for labor and operations for inventory, mitigation measures (such as placing
                                                            units that can be counted are: verification of whether an illegal dumped drum         of warning signs, protective fencing, and other temporary measures restricting
                                                            suspected to be hazmat is on DOI managed lands and is actually a hazardous            access), cadastral survey, field equipment, travel, and training. Temporary
                                                            material, preliminary assessments and site inspections, an engineering                remediation measures associated with inventory of abandoned mine land sites are
                                                            evaluation/cost analysis (EE/CA).                                                     appropriately coded to BH.

                                                             All costs (labor and operations including equipment, travel, materials and
                                                             contracts) associated with planning, conducting, overseeing and documenting the
                                                             work described below should be charged to this activity.

                                                             • Site verifications/evaluations/assessments/inspections of known or suspected
                                                             hazardous materials sites.
                                                             • Preliminary analysis/initial assessments/environmental site assessments (ESA)
                                                             completed.
                                                             • Facility assessments/corrective measures studies performed under section 7003
                                                             of the resource conservation and recovery act (RCRA) and assessments/corrective
                                                             measures studies for underground storage tanks under RCRA.
                                                             • Community relations actions associated with the above activities including the
                                                             development of community relations plans.
                                                             • Creating and maintaining case/administrative record files for known or
SEO 1   9R      BJ      Approve Cadastral Approve            suspected hazardous
                                                             Examples/Notes: materials sites.                                                   All work from the point of draft field notes and plat completion through              Yes                 Surveyed miles    Miles approved Yes
                        Surveys           Cadastral                                                                                             examination, acceptance and official filing (filing is a step in the Cadastral Survey                     approved
                                          Surveys            Work Activity Description: This activity includes all costs from draft field notes process and, therefore, is not included in program element BX). All costs
                                                             and plat completion through examination, acceptance and official filling,          associated with supplemental plats, mineral surveys, remonumentation, and water
                                                             supplemental plats, amended protraction diagrams, mineral surveys, re-             rights office review. Control miles are to be reported only when the monument
                                                             monumentation and water rights office review.                                      being tied to is a PLSS monument. Includes consultation costs associated with
                                                                                                                                                Indian Trust lands: Trust programs on Indian lands (cadastral survey and minerals
                                                                                                                                                on Trust lands), assessing the impacts of public land activities on Indian Trust
                                                                                                                                                lands, and the analysis of the impact of public land activities on off reservation
                                                                                                                                                treaty rights.

                                                                                                                                                  To be reported in the workload measure comment field: the total miles of
                                                                                                                                                  supplemental plats.

                                                                                                                                                  The BJ Workload Measure is approved miles from official surveys (miles
                                                                                                                                                  returned in official field notes, including distances returned in official field notes
                                                                                                                                                  or plat for ties to geodetic control), mineral surveys and supplemental plats. This
                                                                                                                                                  Workload Measure includes all miles, regardless of the status of the land or the
                                                                                                                                                  funding source.
SEO 1   J5      BK      Provide Cadastral Complete          Examples/Notes:                                                                       All survey work up to and including the point that the draft field notes and plat Yes                   miles surveyed    Miles         Yes
                        Field Miles Surveys Cadastral Field                                                                                       are completed, including client consultation, special instruction preparations, and                                       completed
                                            Miles Survey    Work Activity Description: This activity includes all survey costs up to and          records research. All costs associated with administrative surveys with output of
                                                            including the point that the draft field notes and plat are completed, including      miles. Control miles are to be reported only when the monument being tied to is
                                                            client consulting, special instruction preparations, and records research. Includes   a PLSS monument. Includes consultation costs associated with Indian Trust
                                                            all costs associated with administrative surveys with output of miles.                lands: Trust programs on Indian lands (cadastral survey and minerals on Trust
                                                                                                                                                  lands), assessing the impacts of public land actaivites on Indian Trust lands, and
                                                                                                                                                  the analysis of the impact of public land activities on off-reservation treaty rights.


                                                                                                                                                  To be reported in the workload measure comment field:the number of all survey
                                                                                                                                                  monuments set during the actual field survey process; the number of
                                                                                                                                                  administrative miles; the number of control miles to non-PLSS corners.
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         DOI     BLM      DOI Activity      BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                       Description                                  Outputs
  EOG                                                                                    DOI Activity Description                                                             BLM Activity Description                                                         DOI Output   BLM Output                   Notes   Resolution
         Code    Code       Title              Title                                                                                                                                                                                           Consistent?                                 Consistent?



SEO 1   J6      BL      Collect/Update      Collet Digital                                                                                        Includes all costs associated with initial coordinate collection, attribution, and     yes                 Townships      Number of    Yes
                        Digital Cadastral   Cadastral Data   Examples/Notes:                                                                      integration of cadastral data Geographic Coordinate Data Base (GCDB),                                      Collected or   townships
                        Data                                                                                                                      including use of data from another organization, preparing the ArcInfo coverage                            Updated
                                                             Work Activity Description for Collection and Update: Initial abstraction,            and Geographic Information System (GIS) validation. Costs include contract
                                                             coordinate collection, attribution, integration with other data sources, and updates collection, contract inspection, establishing partnerships, and travel for GCDB
                                                             to the cadastral survey data defined as the Geographic Coordinate Data Base          and Cadastral Technical Advisory Committee (CTAC) meetings. Costs include
                                                             (GCDB). This includes the collection of additional control information, the use      submittal to the GCDB National Home Page. Only annual accomplishments, not
                                                             of data from other organizations, and building/maintaining geographic                cumulative are reported. Includes consultation costs associated with Indian Trust
                                                             information system databases.                                                        lands: Trust programs on Indian lands (cadastral survey and minerals on Trust
                                                                                                                                                  lands), assessing the impacts of public land activities on Indian Trust lands, and
                                                             Work Activities Common to the Collection and Update of Townships: All costs          the analysis of the impact of public land activities on off reservation treaty rights.
                                                             associated with abstracting data from manual records, analyzing and selecting
                                                             records, processing data, establishing partnerships, contract collection/update,
                                                             contract inspections, submittal for posting on the Internet, travel for GCDB and This Program Element includes all costs, except costs of workload measure BM,
                                                             Cadastral Technical Advisory Committee (CTAC) meetings, consultation                 regardless of the status of the land (including Indian Trust lands) or the funding
                                                             associated with Indian Trust lands: Trust programs on Indian lands (cadastral        source.
                                                             survey and minerals on Trust lands), assessing the impacts of public land activities
                                                             on Indian Trust lands, and the analysis of the impact of public land activities on
                                                             off reservation treaty rights. Includes all cost of initial collection and updating  This workload measure will be reported only after the townships are collected,
                                                             townships regardless of the status of the land (including Indian Trust lands) or the GIS validated and submitted to the GCDB National Home Page. For townships
                                                             funding source.                                                                      that cannot be posted on the Home Page due to Indian Trust issues, the
                                                                                                                                                  townships may be reported if the survey information has been GIS validated, and
                                                             Counting Accomplishments: Only annual accomplishments, not cumulative are            is made accessible to the stakeholders.
                                                             reported. Accomplishments will be recorded on a township basis. Townships
                                                             may not be counted more than once during a fiscal year. This workload measure
                                                             will be reported only after the townships are collected or updated, GIS validated, Listed separately in the BL comment field will be the number of townships
SEO 1   J6      BM      Collect/Update      Update Digital   and submitted or made available for posting on the Internet. For townships that collected all costs associated with establishing partnerships, the inspection and
                                                                                                                                                  Includes and submitted to the GCDB National Home Page: 1) in partnership               yes                 Townships      Number of    yes
                        Digital Cadastral   Cadastral Data   Examples/Notes:                                                                      conversion of Geographic Coordinate Data Base (GCDB) updated by the BLM                                    Collected or   townships
                        Data                                                                                                                      or another agency, tribal, state or local government, or private organization (the                         Updated
                                                             Work Activity Description for Collection and Update: Initial abstraction,            township coordinates have been collected to BLM specifications), including
                                                             coordinate collection, attribution, integration with other data sources, and updates operations and maintenance (O&M) by another agency, government, or
                                                             to the cadastral survey data defined as the Geographic Coordinate Data Base          organization. Costs include the converting of Public Land System Coordinate
                                                             (GCDB). This includes the collection of additional control information, the use      Computation System (PCCS) collected townships to Geographic Measurement
                                                             of data from other organizations, and building/maintaining geographic                Management (GMM). Costs include submittal to the GCDB National Home
                                                             information system databases.                                                        Page. Only annual accomplishments, not cumulative are reported. Includes
                                                                                                                                                  consultation costs associated with Indian Trust lands: Trust programs on Indian
                                                             Work Activities Common to the Collection and Update of Townships: All costs          lands (cadastral survey and minerals on Trust lands), assessing the impacts of
                                                             associated with abstracting data from manual records, analyzing and selecting        public land activities on Indian Trust lands, and the analysis of the impact of
                                                             records, processing data, establishing partnerships, contract collection/update,     public land activities on off reservation treaty rights. Costs for producing
                                                             contract inspections, submittal for posting on the Internet, travel for GCDB and amended protraction diagrams will also be coded to this program element.
                                                             Cadastral Technical Advisory Committee (CTAC) meetings, consultation
                                                             associated with Indian Trust lands: Trust programs on Indian lands (cadastral
                                                             survey and minerals on Trust lands), assessing the impacts of public land activities This workload measure will be reported only after the townships are collected,
                                                             on Indian Trust lands, and the analysis of the impact of public land activities on   GIS validated and submitted to the GCDB National Home Page. For townships
                                                             off reservation treaty rights. Includes all cost of initial collection and updating  that cannot be posted on the Home Page due to Indian Trust issues, the
                                                             townships regardless of the status of the land (including Indian Trust lands) or the townships may be reported if the survey information has been GIS validated, and
                                                             funding source.                                                                      is made accessible to the stakeholders.

                                                             Counting Accomplishments: Only annual accomplishments, not cumulative are
                                                             reported. Accomplishments will be recorded on a township basis. Townships             Amended protraction diagrams: Each amended protraction diagram produced
                                                             may not be counted more than once during a fiscal year. This workload measure         will count as one unit under this workload measure.
                                                             will be reported only after the townships are collected or updated, GIS validated,
                                                             and submitted or made available for posting on the Internet. For townships that
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         DOI     BLM      DOI Activity      BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                          Description                                        Outputs
  EOG                                                                                   DOI Activity Description                                                               BLM Activity Description                                                           DOI Output       BLM Output                     Notes   Resolution
         Code    Code       Title              Title                                                                                                                                                                                              Consistent?                                       Consistent?



SEO 1   37      DD      Plan for Public     Plan for Public Examples/Notes:                                                                         Activity plans (implementation plans) that meet the goal of reducing threats to     Yes                     New or revised     New or Revised Yes
                        Health/Safety and   Health, Safety,                                                                                         public health, safety and property. These activity plans refine the broad program                           activity plan      Activity Plans
                        Property            and Property    Work Activity Description: This work activity includes activity plans                   objectives stated in the land use plan (RMP or MFP), outline an implementation
                        Protection          Protection      (implementation plans) that meet the goal of reducing threats to public health,         strategy for decisions made in the land use plan, and apply best management
                                                            safety and property. These activity plans refine the broad program objectives           practices to meet land use objectives. This element applies to activity planning in
                                                            stated in the land use plan (RMP or MFP), outline an implementation strategy for        the Hazardous Material, Abandoned Mine Land, Law Enforcement, and Fire
                                                            decisions made in the land use plan, and apply best management practices to meet        programs. Examples include: Fire Management Activity Plans, Fire Mitigation
                                                            land use objectives. This work activity applies to activity planning in the             Plans, Hazardous Waste Management Plans, etc. The costs for preparing
                                                            Hazardous Material, Abandoned Mine Land, Law Enforcement, and Fire                      hazardous fuels reduction plans will be coded to the appropriate fuelds program
                                                            programs. Examples include: Fire Management Activity Plans, Fire Mitigation             element (JM or JW). The cost of fire rehabilitation plans will be coded to
                                                            Plans, Hazardous Waste Management Plans, etc. This work activity does not               Program Element JL.
                                                            include costs for preparing hazardous fuels reduction plans fire rehabilitation
                                                            plans.
                                                                                                                                                    This workload measure includes all costs associated with the preparation of these
                                                            This work activity includes all costs associated with the preparation of these          activity plans: Staff time for preparation, collaboration (outreach, meetings, public
                                                            activity plans: Staff time for preparation, collaboration (outreach, meetings, public   meetings, etc.) with other entities and the public, consultation with tribes, NEPA
                                                            meetings, etc.) with other entities and the public, consultation with tribes, NEPA      analysis (including T&E consultation and review), coordination and cross-walking
                                                            analysis (including T&E consultation and review), coordination and cross-walking        with other existing implementation plans, third party contracting, etc. Also
                                                            with other existing implementation plans, third party contracting, etc. It also         includes costs associated with document preparation, such as printing, collating,
                                                            includes costs associated with document preparation such as printing, collating,        and distribution, training associated with preparing staff to complete these plans,
                                                            and distribution; training associated with preparing staff to complete these plans;     research and data searches and GIS associated activities.
                                                            research and data searches; and GIS associated activities.

                                                            This work activity includes the costs of preparing mitigation plans and/or              Includes the costs of preparing mitigation plans and/or participation in the
                                                            participation in the development of wildland urban interface community fire             development of wildland urban interface community fire management plans.
                                                            management plans. Costs may include public meetings, collaboration, technical           Costs may include public meetings, collaboration, technical assistance, preparing
                                                            assistance, preparing contracts/agreements, preparing plans, and assisting in the       contracts/agreements, preparing plans, and assisting in the development of
                                                            development of implementation strategies.                                               implementation strategies.
SEO 1   36      DJ      Evaluate Land Use Evaluate Land     Examples/Notes:                                                                         Land use plans evaluated to determine if land use plans (MFPs and RMPs) are     Yes                         Plans evaluation   Evaluations   Yes
                        Plans             Use Plans                                                                                                 current and address new information and circumstances, court decisions,                                                        completed
                                                            Work Activity Description: Activity includes all costs associated with the process      statutory requirements, current management strategies, and policy requirements.
                                                            set forth in law, regulation and guidance to evaluate land use plans to determine if    Include all costs associated with evaluating land use plans, including costs to
                                                            land use plans are current and address new information and circumstances, court         determine if new decisions are needed, impact assessments are valid, mitigation
                                                            decisions, statutory requirements, current management strategies, and policy            measures are being implemented, new information is available which would
                                                            requirements. Include all costs associated with evaluating land use plans,              affect plan decisions or analysis, or if program or policy requirements are
                                                            including costs to determine if new decisions are needed, impact assessments are        adequately addressed in land use plans (e.g. comprehensive land health
                                                            valid, mitigation measures are being implemented, new information is available          standards), etc. [Note: The results of resource assessments and monitoring may
                                                            which would affect plan decisions or analysis, or if program or policy                  be used in completing evaluations, but resource assessment and monitoring costs
                                                            requirements are adequately addressed in land use plans (e.g. comprehensive land        should not be charged to this element.]
                                                            health standards), updating data, monitoring, and additional inventory if necessary,
                                                            etc.

SEO 1   30      DN      Prepare LUP         Prepare Pre-    Examples/Notes: The ROD for an EIS-level plan amendment or Decision                     This program element includes all costs associated with the process set forth in        Yes                 Completed ROD Pre-plans          Yes
                                            Land Use Plan   Record (DR) on an EA-level land use plan amendment, is addressed under                  law, regulation (43 CFR part 1600), BLM Manual (part 1600), and Washington                                                completed
                                                            “Prepare Land Use Plan Amendment”                                                       Office policy guidance to prepare preparation plans for new or revised land use
                                                                                                                                                    plans as well as management plans for National Conservation Areas (NCAs) and
                                                            Work Activity Description: This activity includes all costs associated with the         National Monuments. For preparation plans used to support land use plan
                                                            process set forth in law, regulation, and guidance to prepare new or revised land       amendments, charge to either DT (EIS level) or DU (EA level).
                                                            use plans. Includes:

                                                            • Preparation plan document
                                                            • All inventory and data collection costs
                                                            • Scoping Report/Planning Criteria
                                                            • Draft land use plan/draft environmental impact statement (DEIS) for new or
                                                            revised land use plans and for management plans
                                                            • Proposed land use plan and final environmental impact statement (FEIS) for a
                                                            new or revised land use plan
                                                            • Resolution of protests on a proposed land use plan/FEIS and preparation of a
                                                            Record of Decision (ROD) for a new or revised land use plan.
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         DOI     BLM      DOI Activity     BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                     Description                                       Outputs
  EOG                                                                                   DOI Activity Description                                                              BLM Activity Description                                                      DOI Output      BLM Output                          Notes         Resolution
         Code    Code       Title             Title                                                                                                                                                                                         Consistent?                                      Consistent?



SEO 1   9A      KD      Process Land       Process Land   Examples/Notes: This activity is for BLM only                                                                                                                               No                  purchase/donatio Cassed          Yes             Provide activity
                        Donations/Purcha   Sales and Land                                                                                                                                                                                                 n/parcels        processed to                    definition.
                        ses and Alaska     Purchases /    Work Activity Description: This work activity includes all labor and operational                                                                                                                processed        the point of
                        Native Allotment   Donations      costs to process the purchase and/or donation of land, interests in land, or                                                                                                                                     being offered
                        Conveyances                       issuance of patents for Native Allotments. Work includes planning/scheduling                                                                                                                                     for sale or
                                                          work, field/office labor, Geographic Information System (GIS) support, data                                                                                                                                      acquisition but
                                                          management support, contracts/interagency agreements, and equipment                                                                                                                                              not
                                                          purchase/lease/rental.                                                                                                                                                                                           sold/acquired

                                                            Costs coded to this work activity include: preparation of Land and Water
                                                            Conservation Fund (LWCF) funding requests; resource data collection (e.g..,
                                                            resource reports, field reports to verify location, use and occupancy, Certificates
                                                            of Inspection and Possession, hazmat reports, etc.); survey of property; mapping
                                                            and development of GIS services; LR 2000 notation and maintenance;
                                                            adjudication, including land status checks, application evaluation, and docketing;
                                                            appraisal and appraisal review; development of hazardous materials
                                                            (environmental site assessment (ESA) reports consistent with American Society of
                                                            Testing and Materials (ASTM) standards) and NEPA documentation; negotiations
                                                            for purchase; purchase of title commitments, title insurance, closing costs,
                                                            recording fees, transfer fees, prepaid taxes and other title services or patent
SEO 1   9V      KB      Process Land       Process Alaska issuance or rejection of Native Allotment application.
                                                            Examples/Notes:                                                                                                                                                           No                  Acres disposed.   Acres approved Yes             Provide activity
                        Disposals          State Selections                                                                                                                                                                                                                 and acres                      definition.
                                                            Work Activity Description: Includes all costs associated with Resource data                                                                                                                                     processed but                  Output
                                                            collection; (e.g., NEPA, mineral reports, Section 106 compliance, Section 7                                                                                                                                     not approved                   inconsistent -
                                                            consultation, environmental site assessments (ESA) reports consistent with                                                                                                                                                                     approved v.
                                                            American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) standards; local community                                                                                                                                                                   disposed
                                                            considerations (planning); appraisals and appraisal reviews; collection and receipt
                                                            of payments, etc.); land status checks, preparation and issuance of patent and other
                                                            conveyance documents, records notation, land classification preparation and
                                                            publication, and other public notice documentation, protests and appeals, rejection
                                                            of applications, etc.

                                                            This work activity does not include work associated with lands and realty
                                                            compliance inspections.


SEO 1   9V      KC      Process Land       Process Alaska Examples/Notes:                                                                                                                                                             No                  Acres disposed.   Acres approved Yes             Provide activity
                        Disposals          Native                                                                                                                                                                                                                           and acres                      definition.
                                           Corporation    Work Activity Description: Includes all costs associated with Resource data                                                                                                                                       processed but                  Output
                                           Selections     collection; (e.g., NEPA, mineral reports, Section 106 compliance, Section 7                                                                                                                                       not approved                   inconsistent -
                                                          consultation, environmental site assessments (ESA) reports consistent with                                                                                                                                                                       approved v.
                                                          American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) standards; local community                                                                                                                                                                     disposed
                                                          considerations (planning); appraisals and appraisal reviews; collection and receipt
                                                          of payments, etc.); land status checks, preparation and issuance of patent and other
                                                          conveyance documents, records notation, land classification preparation and
                                                          publication, and other public notice documentation, protests and appeals, rejection
                                                          of applications, etc.

                                                            This work activity does not include work associated with lands and realty
                                                            compliance inspections.


SEO 1   30      DO      Prepare LUP        Complete Land    Examples/Notes: The ROD for an EIS-level plan amendment or Decision                    This program element includes all costs associated with the process set forth in   Yes                 Completed ROD Number            Yes              Consider
                                           Use Plan         Record (DR) on an EA-level land use plan amendment, is addressed under                 law, regulation (43 CFR part 1600), BLM Manual (part 1600), and Washington                                           completed                          revising BLM
                                           Scoping Report   “Prepare Land Use Plan Amendment”                                                      Office policy guidance to complete both the scoping process and the planning                                                                            output to read
                                           / Planning                                                                                              criteria for new and revised RMPs and associated EISs, including management                                                                             "number of
                                           Criteria         Work Activity Description: This activity includes all costs associated with the        plans for National Conservation Areas (NCAs) and National Monuments.                                                                                    ROD
                                                            process set forth in law, regulation, and guidance to prepare new or revised land                                                                                                                                                              completed"
                                                            use plans. Includes:

                                                            • Preparation plan document
                                                            • All inventory and data collection costs
                                                            • Scoping Report/Planning Criteria
                                                            • Draft land use plan/draft environmental impact statement (DEIS) for new or
                                                            revised land use plans and for management plans
                                                            • Proposed land use plan and final environmental impact statement (FEIS) for a
                                                            new or revised land use plan
                                                            • Resolution of protests on a proposed land use plan/FEIS and preparation of a
                                                            Record of Decision (ROD) for a new or revised land use plan.
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         DOI     BLM      DOI Activity   BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                       Description                                  Outputs
  EOG                                                                               DOI Activity Description                                                             BLM Activity Description                                                          DOI Output    BLM Output                        Notes       Resolution
         Code    Code       Title           Title                                                                                                                                                                                           Consistent?                                 Consistent?



SEO 1   30      DP      Prepare LUP      Prepare Draft   Examples/Notes: The ROD for an EIS-level plan amendment or Decision                 This program element includes all costs associated with the process set forth in         Yes                 Completed ROD Number        Yes             Consider
                                         LUP             Record (DR) on an EA-level land use plan amendment, is addressed under              law, regulation (43 CFR part 1600), BLM Manual (part 1600), and Washington                                                 completed                     revising BLM
                                                         “Prepare Land Use Plan Amendment”                                                   Office policy guidance to prepare a draft land use plan draft environmental                                                                              output to read
                                                                                                                                             impact statement (DEIS) for new or revised land use plans and for management                                                                             "number of
                                                         Work Activity Description: This activity includes all costs associated with the     plans for National Conservation Areas (NCAs) and National Monuments.                                                                                     ROD
                                                         process set forth in law, regulation, and guidance to prepare new or revised land                                                                                                                                                            completed"
                                                         use plans. Includes:
                                                                                                                                             Examples of actions that are covered under this PE would include developing
                                                         • Preparation plan document                                                         alternatives, analyzing effects of alternative, selecting a preferred alternative, and
                                                         • All inventory and data collection costs                                           conducting public meetings associated with developing and reviewing the DEIS.
                                                         • Scoping Report/Planning Criteria
                                                         • Draft land use plan/draft environmental impact statement (DEIS) for new or
                                                         revised land use plans and for management plans
                                                         • Proposed land use plan and final environmental impact statement (FEIS) for a
                                                         new or revised land use plan
                                                         • Resolution of protests on a proposed land use plan/FEIS and preparation of a
                                                         Record of Decision (ROD) for a new or revised land use plan.


SEO 1   30      DQ      Prepare LUP      Prepare      Examples/Notes: The ROD for an EIS-level plan amendment or Decision                    This program element includes all costs associated with the process set forth in         yes                 Completed ROD Number        Yes             Consider
                                         Proposed LUP Record (DR) on an EA-level land use plan amendment, is addressed under                 law, regulation (43 CFR part 1600), BLM Manual (part 1600), and Washington                                                 completed                     revising BLM
                                         / Final EIS  “Prepare Land Use Plan Amendment”                                                      Office policy guidance to prepare a proposed land use and plan final                                                                                     output to read
                                                                                                                                             environmental impact statement (FEIS) for a new or revised land use plan,                                                                                "number of
                                                         Work Activity Description: This activity includes all costs associated with the     including management plans for National Conservation Areas (NCAs) and                                                                                    ROD
                                                         process set forth in law, regulation, and guidance to prepare new or revised land   National Monuments.                                                                                                                                      completed"
                                                         use plans. Includes:

                                                         • Preparation plan document                                                         Examples of action that are covered under this PE would include revising DEIS
                                                         • All inventory and data collection costs                                           to reflect comments, preparing Federal Register Notice of Availablity, and
                                                         • Scoping Report/Planning Criteria                                                  working with contractors to prepare/edit the FEIS.
                                                         • Draft land use plan/draft environmental impact statement (DEIS) for new or
                                                         revised land use plans and for management plans
                                                         • Proposed land use plan and final environmental impact statement (FEIS) for a
                                                         new or revised land use plan
                                                         • Resolution of protests on a proposed land use plan/FEIS and preparation of a
                                                         Record of Decision (ROD) for a new or revised land use plan.


SEO 1   30      DR      Prepare LUP      Resolve Protest Examples/Notes: The ROD for an EIS-level plan amendment or Decision                 This program element includes all costs associated with the process set forth in Yes                         Completed ROD Number        Yes             Consider
                                         / Prepare ROD Record (DR) on an EA-level land use plan amendment, is addressed under                law, regulation (43 CFR part 1600), BLM Manual (part 1600), and Washington                                                 completed                     revising BLM
                                                         “Prepare Land Use Plan Amendment”                                                   Office policy guidance to resolve protests on a proposed land use plan/FEIS and                                                                          output to read
                                                                                                                                             to prepare a Record of Decision (ROD) for a new or revised land use plan,                                                                                "number of
                                                         Work Activity Description: This activity includes all costs associated with the     including management plans for National Conservation Areas (NCAs) and                                                                                    ROD
                                                         process set forth in law, regulation, and guidance to prepare new or revised land   National Monuments. Note: Use element DT for an ROD on an EIS-level plan                                                                                 completed"
                                                         use plans. Includes:                                                                amendment or element DU for a Decision Record (DR) on an EA-level land use
                                                                                                                                             plan amendment.
                                                         • Preparation plan document
                                                         • All inventory and data collection costs
                                                         • Scoping Report/Planning Criteria
                                                         • Draft land use plan/draft environmental impact statement (DEIS) for new or
                                                         revised land use plans and for management plans
                                                         • Proposed land use plan and final environmental impact statement (FEIS) for a
                                                         new or revised land use plan
                                                         • Resolution of protests on a proposed land use plan/FEIS and preparation of a
                                                         Record of Decision (ROD) for a new or revised land use plan.


SEO 1   31      DS      Prepare LUP      Prepare Draft Examples/Notes:                                                                  This program element includes all costs associated with the process set forth in Yes                              Completed ROD Number        Yes             Consider
                        Amendment        EIS Level LUP                                                                                  law, regulation (43 CFR part 1600), BLM Manual (part 1600), and Washington                                                      completed                     revising BLM
                                         Amendment     Work Activity Description: This activity includes all costs associated with the  Office policy guidance to prepare a draft environmental impact statement (DEIS)                                                                               output to read
                                                                                                                                        for a land use plan amendment or EIS level planning analysis. Costs will include
                                                       process set forth in law, regulation, and guidance to prepare a draft environmental                                                                                                                                                            "number of
                                                       impact statement (DEIS) for a land use plan amendment or EIS level planning      those associated with completing the preparation plan (use DN for costs                                                                                       ROD
                                                       analysis. Includes all costs associated with:                                    associated with a preparation plan for a new plan or revision), scoping (use DO                                                                               completed"
                                                                                                                                        for costs associated with scoping for a new pland or plan revision), preparing
                                                         • Inventory, data collection or update,                                        planning criteria, and preparing the draft document. Note: Use element DU for
                                                         • Resolving protests on a proposed land use plan amendment/FEIS, and preparing EA-level land use plan amendments.
                                                         a Record of Decision (ROD) for an EIS-level land use plan amendment
                                                         • Completing an EA-level land use plan amendment or planning analysis.
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         DOI     BLM      DOI Activity      BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                      Description                                        Outputs
  EOG                                                                                   DOI Activity Description                                                              BLM Activity Description                                                        DOI Output       BLM Output                          Notes       Resolution
         Code    Code       Title              Title                                                                                                                                                                                          Consistent?                                       Consistent?



SEO 1   31      DT      Prepare LUP        Prepare Final    Examples/Notes:                                                                        This program element includes all costs associated with the process set forth in Yes                     Completed ROD Number              Yes             Consider
                        Amendment          LUP                                                                                                     law, regulation (43 CFR part 1600), BLM Manual (part 1600), and Washington                                             completed                           revising BLM
                                           Amendment /      Work Activity Description: This activity includes all costs associated with the        Office policy guidance to resolve protests on a proposed land use plan                                                                                     output to read
                                           ROD              process set forth in law, regulation, and guidance to prepare a draft environmental    amendment/FEIS and to prepare a Record of Decision (ROD) for an EIS- level                                                                                 "number of
                                                            impact statement (DEIS) for a land use plan amendment or EIS level planning            land use plan amendment. Note: Use element DU for a Decision Record on an                                                                                  ROD
                                                            analysis. Includes all costs associated with:                                          EA-level land use plan amendment and DR for the ROD on a new land use plan                                                                                 completed"
                                                                                                                                                   or revision.
                                                            • Inventory, data collection or update,
                                                            • Resolving protests on a proposed land use plan amendment/FEIS, and preparing
                                                            a Record of Decision (ROD) for an EIS-level land use plan amendment
                                                            • Completing an EA-level land use plan amendment or planning analysis.


SEO 1   31      DU      Prepare LUP        Prepare EA       Examples/Notes:                                                                        This program element includes all costs associated with the process set forth in     Yes                 Completed ROD Number              Yes             Consider
                        Amendment          Level LUP                                                                                               law, regulation (43 CFR part 1600), BLM Manual (part 1600), and Washington                                             completed                           revising BLM
                                           Amendment /      Work Activity Description: This activity includes all costs associated with the        Office policy guidance to complete an EA-level land use plan amendment or                                                                                  output to read
                                           DR               process set forth in law, regulation, and guidance to prepare a draft environmental    planning analysis. Costs will include those associated with completing a                                                                                   "number of
                                                            impact statement (DEIS) for a land use plan amendment or EIS level planning            preparation plan (use DN for costs associated with a preparation plan for a new                                                                            ROD
                                                            analysis. Includes all costs associated with:                                          plan or plan revision), scoping, planning criteria, and the Decision Record.                                                                               completed"

                                                            • Inventory, data collection or update,
                                                            • Resolving protests on a proposed land use plan amendment/FEIS, and preparing
                                                            a Record of Decision (ROD) for an EIS-level land use plan amendment
                                                            • Completing an EA-level land use plan amendment or planning analysis.


SEO 1   36      DV      Evaluate Land Use Review Other      Work Activity Description: Activity includes all costs associated with the process     Review proposed projects by other project driven agencies and entities.            Yes                   Plans evaluation   Environmental Yes
                        Plans             Bureau            set forth in law, regulation and guidance to evaluate land use plans to determine if   Environmental review activities include: development of policy and regulations,                                             reviews
                                          Proposed          land use plans are current and address new information and circumstances, court        permit and license reviews (Section 404 permits, Special Use Permits, Section 10                                            conducted
                                          Actions           decisions, statutory requirements, current management strategies, and policy           of ES Act plans, FERC licenses, CITES permits, MBTA permits, Rights of Way,
                                                            requirements. Include all costs associated with evaluating land use plans,             air quality permits, research permits, grazing permits, oil and gas permits,
                                                            including costs to determine if new decisions are needed, impact assessments are       commercial activities permits, and aircraft over flights), and other environmental
                                                            valid, mitigation measures are being implemented, new information is available         reviews (NEPA reviews, biological assessments, FIFRA reviews, Fisheries
                                                            which would affect plan decisions or analysis, or if program or policy                 chemical register, F&W Coordination Act reviews, incidental take reviews under
                                                            requirements are adequately addressed in land use plans (e.g. comprehensive land       MBTA, Section 7 consultations, intra-agency reviews).
                                                            health standards), updating data, monitoring, and additional inventory if necessary,
                                                            etc.

SEO 1   1V      ER      Process and      Process Rights- Examples/Notes: Disclaimers issued for RS 2477 roads will also be counted as               Costs coded to this program element include: resource data collection (e.g.,        Yes                 ROW               Actions         Yes
                        Manage Right-Of- of-Way Grants cases under ROWs                                                                            NEPA, Section 106 compliance, Section 7 consultations, GIS and other                                     applications      processed
                        Way (ROW)                                                                                                                  supporting efforts, etc.); adjudication, including land status checks, application                       authorized,
                        Decisions                        Work Activity Description: Includes all costs associated with the processing of           evaluation, developing cost recovery determinations, preparing agreements,                               amended,
                                                         rights-of-way (ROW) applications and other actions (renewals, assignments,                docketing; coordination with external groups or customers; determining,                                  renewed, rejected
                                                         amendments, terminations, cancellations, rejections, withdrawals, relinquished,           collecting and depositing rent and cost recovery processing fees; authorization
                                                         etc.) which includes resource data collection (e.g., NEPA, Section 106 compliance,        and monitoring work, including management review; etc. Use NH for all work
                                                         Section 7 consultations, GIS and other supporting efforts, etc.); adjudication,           associated with lands and realty compliance inspections.
                                                         including land status checks; application evaluation; docketing; coordination with
                                                         external groups or customers; determining, collecting and depositing rents and
                                                         recovery of costs; and authorization work including management reviews.

                                                            This work activity does not include work associated with lands and realty
                                                            compliance inspections.




SEO 1   9V      ES      Process Land       Process R&PP     Examples/Notes:                                                                        Includes all work associated with processing R&PP leases. (See PE FR for R&PP yes                        Acres disposed.    Acres Leased   Yes             Consider
                        Disposals          Leases                                                                                                  patents) Costs coded to this program element include: resource data collection;                                                                            revising BLM
                                                            Work Activity Description: Includes all costs associated with Resource data            (e.g., NEPA, mineral reports, environmental site assessment (ESA) reports                                                                                  output to read
                                                            collection; (e.g., NEPA, mineral reports, Section 106 compliance, Section 7            consistent with American Society for testing and Materials (ASTM) standards,                                                                               "leased acres
                                                            consultation, environmental site assessments (ESA) reports consistent with             Landfill Transfer Audits (LTA) if necessary, Section 106 compliance, Section 7                                                                             disposed".
                                                            American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) standards; local community           consultations, GIS and other supporting efforts, etc.); adjudication, including land
                                                            considerations (planning); appraisals and appraisal reviews; collection and receipt    status checks, application evaluation, docketing, etc.; appraisals; determining,
                                                            of payments, etc.); land status checks, preparation and issuance of patent and other   collecting and depositing rent; collecting and depositing purchase price;
                                                            conveyance documents, records notation, land classification preparation and            coordination with external groups or customers; and authorization work,
                                                            publication, and other public notice documentation, protests and appeals, rejection    including management review. Use NH for all work associated with lands and
                                                            of applications, etc.                                                                  realty compliance inspections.

                                                            This work activity does not include work associated with lands and realty
                                                            compliance inspections.
                                                                                                                                                        Final Report for Tasks 1-3 and 5                                                                                                                                   O.2-47




         DOI     BLM      DOI Activity     BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                      Description                                       Outputs
  EOG                                                                                  DOI Activity Description                                                               BLM Activity Description                                                       DOI Output      BLM Output                     Notes   Resolution
         Code    Code       Title             Title                                                                                                                                                                                          Consistent?                                      Consistent?



SEO 1   9M      ET      Process Land       Process         Examples/Notes:                                                                    This program element includes all work associated with processing withdrawal        Yes                      Acres             Acres         Yes
                        Withdrawal         Withdrawal                                                                                         actions, pertaining to authorizing new and renewing or modifying existing                                                      withdrawn
                        Actions            Actions         Work Activity Description: This work activity includes all work associated with    withdrawals. Costs coded to this program element include: resource data
                                                           processing withdrawal actions, including authorizing new withdrawals and           collection (e.g., NEPA, environmental site assessment (ESA) reports consistent
                                                           reviewing, vacating, modifying, revoking, terminating, etc., existing withdrawals. with American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) standards, Section 106
                                                                                                                                              compliance, Section 7 consultation, GIS and other supporting efforts, etc.);
                                                           Costs coded to this work activity include: Resource data collection; (e.g., NEPA, adjudication, including land status checks, application evaluation, docketing, etc.;
                                                           environmental site assessment (ESA) reports consistent with American Society for coordination with Federal agencies either holding or seeking withdrawals;
                                                           Testing and Materials (ASTM) standards, Section 106 compliance, Section 7          obtaining appropriate management/congressional approvals; and, coordination
                                                           consultation, GIS and other supporting efforts, etc.); land status checks,         with external groups or customers; etc.
                                                           application evaluation, docketing, etc.; Coordination with Federal agencies either
                                                           holding or seeking withdrawals; Obtaining appropriate management/congressional This Program Element (ET) also includes all BLM work related to FERC
                                                           approvals; Coordination with external groups or customers; etc. Includes work      hydropower licensing and relicensing to improve protective measures for
                                                           associated with withdrawals enacted by Congress.                                   resource values on the public lands. Work related to processing hydropower right-
                                                                                                                                              of-way authorizations on the public lands is reported under program element ER.
                                                           This work activity also includes all work related to FERC hydropower licensing
                                                           and re-licensing to improve protective measures for resource values on the public
                                                           lands. Work related to processing hydropower right-of-way authorizations on the
                                                           public lands is not included in this work activity.




SEO 1   9V      EU      Process Land       Process Land    Work Activity Description: Includes all costs associated with Resource data            This program element includes all efforts to process BLM, land Sales authorized Yes                      Acres disposed.   Acres disposed Yes
                        Disposals          Sales           collection; (e.g., NEPA, mineral reports, Section 106 compliance, Section 7            by FLPMA or other appropriate authorities (e.g., SNPLMA).
                                                           consultation, environmental site assessments (ESA) reports consistent with             Costs to this program element include: resource data collection (e.g., NEPA,
                                                           American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) standards; local community           mineral reports, Section 106 compliance, Section 7 consultation, environmental
                                                           considerations (planning); appraisals and appraisal reviews; collection and receipt    site assessments (ESA) reports consistent with American Society for Testing and
                                                           of payments, etc.); land status checks, preparation and issuance of patent and other   Materials (ASTM) standards; appraisals (not covered by the Departmental
                                                           conveyance documents, records notation, land classification preparation and            appraisal staff); collection and receipt of payments, etc.); adjudication, including
                                                           publication, and other public notice documentation, protests and appeals, rejection    land status checks, preparation and issuance of patent and other conveyance
                                                           of applications, etc.                                                                  documents, records notation, etc.; and, management approval of disposal actions,
                                                                                                                                                  etc.
                                                           This work activity does not include work associated with lands and realty
                                                           compliance inspections.


SEO 1   9V      FM      Process Land       Process Land    Work Activity Description: Includes all costs associated with Resource data            This program element includes all disposal efforts to process exchanges. Costs       Yes                 Acres disposed    Acres disposed Yes
                        Disposals          Exchanges       collection; (e.g., NEPA, mineral reports, Section 106 compliance, Section 7            coded to the program element include: resource data collection, (e.g., NEPA,                                               in exchange
                                           (disposals)     consultation, environmental site assessments (ESA) reports consistent with             environmental site assessment (ESA) reports consistent with American Society
                                                           American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) standards; local community           for Testing and Materials (ASTM), mineral reports, Section 106 compliance,
                                                           considerations (planning); appraisals and appraisal reviews; collection and receipt    Section 7 consultations, GIS and other supporting efforts, etc.); adjudication,
                                                           of payments, etc.); land status checks, preparation and issuance of patent and other   including land status checks, preparation of acquisition and patent documents,
                                                           conveyance documents, records notation, land classification preparation and            docketing, etc.; appraisals; exchange agreements, public notices, etc.;
                                                           publication, and other public notice documentation, protests and appeals, rejection    determination, collection and receipt of processing costs and equalization
                                                           of applications, etc.                                                                  payments, management of ledger accounts; and, management approval of
                                                                                                                                                  exchange proposals, issuance of patents, acceptance of title, etc.
                                                           This work activity does not include work associated with lands and realty
                                                           compliance inspections.


SEO 1   1V      FP      Process and        Process Right- Examples/Notes: Disclaimers issued for RS 2477 roads will also be counted as            Costs coded to this program element include: resource data collection (e.g.,         Yes                 ROW               Actions       Yes
                        Manage Right-Of-   of-Way Actions cases under ROWs                                                                        NEPA, Section 106 compliance, Section 7 consultations, GIS and other                                     applications      processed
                        Way (ROW)          Other than                                                                                             supporting efforts, etc.); adjudication, including land status checks, application                       authorized,
                        Decisions          Grants         Work Activity Description: Includes all costs associated with the processing of         evaluation, docketing; coordination with external groups or customers;                                   amended,
                                                          rights-of-way (ROW) applications and other actions (renewals, assignments,              determining, collecting, depositing rent; authorization work, including                                  renewed, rejected
                                                          amendments, terminations, cancellations, rejections, withdrawals, relinquished,         management review; etc. Use NH for all work associated with lands and realty
                                                          etc.) which includes resource data collection (e.g., NEPA, Section 106 compliance,      compliance inspections.
                                                          Section 7 consultations, GIS and other supporting efforts, etc.); adjudication,
                                                          including land status checks; application evaluation; docketing; coordination with
                                                          external groups or customers; determining, collecting and depositing rents and
                                                          recovery of costs; and authorization work including management reviews.

                                                           This work activity does not include work associated with lands and realty
                                                           compliance inspections.
                                                                                                                                                         Final Report for Tasks 1-3 and 5                                                                                                                                        O.2-48




         DOI     BLM      DOI Activity     BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                            Description                                       Outputs
  EOG                                                                                    DOI Activity Description                                                              BLM Activity Description                                                            DOI Output      BLM Output                     Notes   Resolution
         Code    Code       Title             Title                                                                                                                                                                                                Consistent?                                      Consistent?



SEO 1   9M      FQ      Process Land       Process           Examples/Notes:                                                                       This program element includes all work associated with processing withdrawal              Yes                 Acres             Acres reviewed Yes
                        Withdrawal         Withdrawal                                                                                              revocation actions, including reviewing, vacating, modifying, revoking,
                        Actions            Revocations       Work Activity Description: This work activity includes all work associated with       terminating, etc., existing withdrawals.
                                           and Other         processing withdrawal actions, including authorizing new withdrawals and
                                           Similar Actions   reviewing, vacating, modifying, revoking, terminating, etc., existing withdrawals.    Costs coded to this program element include: resource data collection (e.g.,
                                                                                                                                                   NEPA, environmental site assessment (ESA) reports consistent with American
                                                             Costs coded to this work activity include: Resource data collection; (e.g., NEPA,     Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) standards, Section 106 compliance,
                                                             environmental site assessment (ESA) reports consistent with American Society for      Section 7 consultation, GIS and other supporting efforts, etc.); adjudication,
                                                             Testing and Materials (ASTM) standards, Section 106 compliance, Section 7             including land status checks, application evaluation, docketing, etc.; coordination
                                                             consultation, GIS and other supporting efforts, etc.); land status checks,            with Federal agencies either holding or seeking withdrawals; obtaining
                                                             application evaluation, docketing, etc.; Coordination with Federal agencies either    appropriate management/congressional approvals; and, coordination with
                                                             holding or seeking withdrawals; Obtaining appropriate management/congressional        external groups or customers; etc.
                                                             approvals; Coordination with external groups or customers; etc. Includes work
                                                             associated with withdrawals enacted by Congress.                                  This Program Element (FQ) also includes all BLM work related to vacating
                                                                                                                                               FERC hydropower withdrawals on public lands. Work related to processing
                                                             This work activity also includes all work related to FERC hydropower licensing    hydropower right-of-way authorizations on the public lands is reported under
                                                             and re-licensing to improve protective measures for resource values on the public program element ER.
                                                             lands. Work related to processing hydropower right-of-way authorizations on the
                                                             public lands is not included in this work activity.




SEO 1   9V      FR      Process Land       Process Land    Work Activity Description: Includes all costs associated with Resource data             This program element includes all efforts to process BLM, Tribal and other         Yes                        Acres disposed.   Acres disposed Yes
                        Disposals          Disposals other collection; (e.g., NEPA, mineral reports, Section 106 compliance, Section 7             Federal agency Land Disposals other than Land Sales. It includes R&PP Patents.
                                           than Sales      consultation, environmental site assessments (ESA) reports consistent with              Costs to this program element include: resource data collection (e.g., NEPA,
                                                           American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) standards; local community            mineral reports, Section 106 compliance, Section 7 consultation, environmental
                                                           considerations (planning); appraisals and appraisal reviews; collection and receipt     site assessments (ESA) reports consistent with American Society for Testing and
                                                           of payments, etc.); land status checks, preparation and issuance of patent and other    Materials (ASTM) standards; appraisals; collection and receipt of payments, etc.);
                                                           conveyance documents, records notation, land classification preparation and             adjudication, including land status checks, preparation and issuance of patent and
                                                           publication, and other public notice documentation, protests and appeals, rejection     other conveyance documents, records notation, etc.; and, management approval
                                                           of applications, etc.                                                                   of disposal actions, etc.

                                                             This work activity does not include work associated with lands and realty
                                                             compliance inspections.


SEO 1   9A      HM      Process Land       Process Alaska Examples/Notes: This activity is for BLM only                                            Alaska Native Allotments includes the following:                                          Yes                 purchase/donatio Parcels        Yes
                        Donations/Purcha   Native                                                                                                                                                                                                                n/parcels        Patented
                        ses and Alaska     Allotment      Work Activity Description: This work activity includes all labor and operational         1. Resource data collection: (e.g., resource reports, field reports to verify location,                       processed
                        Native Allotment   Conveyances    costs to process the purchase and/or donation of land, interests in land, or             use, and occupancy, and Certificates of Inspection and Possession, hazmat
                        Conveyances                       issuance of patents for Native Allotments. Work includes planning/scheduling             reports, etc).
                                                          work, field/office labor, Geographic Information System (GIS) support, data              2. Adjudication, including land status checks, application evaluation, docketing,
                                                          management support, contracts/interagency agreements, and equipment                      etc.
                                                          purchase/lease/rental.                                                                   3. Patent issuance or rejection of application.

                                                             Costs coded to this work activity include: preparation of Land and Water
                                                             Conservation Fund (LWCF) funding requests; resource data collection (e.g..,
                                                             resource reports, field reports to verify location, use and occupancy, Certificates
                                                             of Inspection and Possession, hazmat reports, etc.); survey of property; mapping
                                                             and development of GIS services; LR 2000 notation and maintenance;
                                                             adjudication, including land status checks, application evaluation, and docketing;
                                                             appraisal and appraisal review; development of hazardous materials
                                                             (environmental site assessment (ESA) reports consistent with American Society of
                                                             Testing and Materials (ASTM) standards) and NEPA documentation; negotiations
                                                             for purchase; purchase of title commitments, title insurance, closing costs,
                                                             recording fees, transfer fees, prepaid taxes and other title services or patent
                                                             issuance or rejection of Native Allotment application.
                                                                                                                                                       Final Report for Tasks 1-3 and 5                                                                                                                              O.2-49




         DOI     BLM      DOI Activity     BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                  Description                                     Outputs
  EOG                                                                                 DOI Activity Description                                                             BLM Activity Description                                                      DOI Output      BLM Output                   Notes   Resolution
         Code    Code       Title             Title                                                                                                                                                                                      Consistent?                                    Consistent?



SEO 1   J1      HO      Assess Risk To     Respond to      Work Activity Description: This activity is associated with known or suspected         This program element is associated with emergency response support related to Yes                    Assessments/eval Actions       Yes
                        Public From        Hazmat Risk     hazardous materials sites located on or affecting DOI administered lands or for        hazardous substance releases, clean-up actions associated with hazardous                             uations/inspectio completed
                        Natural And Man    Sites           environmental sites assessments associated with realty actions, and releases of        materials sites, clean-up actions associated with the release of petroleum not                       ns/verifications.
                        Made Hazards                       petroleum that are not associated with currently operating oil fields. Examples of     associated with currently operating oil fields, and restoration actions taken to
                                                           units that can be counted are: verification of whether an illegal dumped drum          restore natural resources damaged by hazardous substance releases. This Program
                                                           suspected to be hazmat is on DOI managed lands and is actually a hazardous             Element does not cover manifesting or disposal of hazardous waste from a BLM
                                                           material, preliminary assessments and site inspections, an engineering                 facility or facility maintenance needed for environmental compliance. Those
                                                           evaluation/cost analysis (EE/CA).                                                      activities are found under Program Element HR. An example of emergency
                                                                                                                                                  response support is providing oversight and assistance to a federal on scene
                                                           All costs (labor and operations including equipment, travel, materials and             coordinator for a spill from an oil tanker that has impacted BLM land (unit can
                                                           contracts) associated with planning, conducting, overseeing and documenting the        be counted once the emergency response action is complete). Examples of clean-
                                                           work described below should be charged to this activity.                               up actions are: removing drums of hazardous waste illegally dumped on BLM,
                                                                                                                                                  removal of cyanide and caustic waste from a claimants property, installing a final
                                                         • Site verifications/evaluations/assessments/inspections of known or suspected           cover on a landfill, cleanup of a mercury retort. An example of a corrective
                                                         hazardous materials sites.                                                               measure is cleaning up a problem oil pit under a 7003 RCRA order.
                                                         • Preliminary analysis/initial assessments/environmental site assessments (ESA)
                                                         completed.
                                                         • Facility assessments/corrective measures studies performed under section 7003
                                                         of the resource conservation and recovery act (RCRA) and assessments/corrective
                                                         measures studies for underground storage tanks under RCRA.
                                                         • Community relations actions associated with the above activities including the
                                                         development of community relations plans.
                                                         • Creating and maintaining case/administrative record files for known or
SEO 1   8V      HP      Remediate         Remediate      Examples/Notes: For OSM: sites.
                                                         suspected hazardous materials Programs that address policy, review, distribution     Remediation of physical safety hazards at AML includes closures of adits and         Yes                 Sites where high Sites         Yes
                        Abandoned Mine AML Physical and monitoring of grants to States/Tribes; Federal high-priority project work;            shafts, backfilling of highwalls, drainage of impoundments, removal of leftover                          priority or       remediated
                        Land and Physical Safety Hazards Federal emergency work or monitoring; grant funding for States/Tribes for            equipment and debris, and revegetation to help offset erosion and improve land                           emergency
                        Safety Hazards                   activities related to high priority and emergency projects.                          stability. Direct remediation actions at sites where a death or injury has occurred,                     mitigation or
                                                                                                                                              at officially-designated recreation areas, at priority watersheds, and where needed                      remediation
                                                           Work Activity Description: This work activity captures the costs for mitigation of to support land use planning and special use designations.                                               actions have been
                                                           natural and man-made situations that pose health, safety and/or environmental                                                                                                               completed.
                                                           risk or hazard to the public. This work activity does not include emergency
                                                           response or support-related to hazardous substances releases or clean-up actions Includes law enforcement duties including patrol, enforcement, and/or
                                                           associated with hazardous materials sites.                                         investigative activities related to this program element. This includes all labor
                                                                                                                                              and operational dollars to deter, detect, investigate or prosecute violations of
                                                           This work activity includes all costs (labor and operations including equipment,   rules, regulations or laws pertaining to this program element. This also includes
                                                           travel, materials and contracts) associated with planning, conducting, overseeing  work performed by law enforcement officers to protect volunteers, employees or
                                                           and documenting the activities and programs described below:                       government property associated with this program.

                                                           • Mitigation/remediation of physical safety hazards at AML sites such as cast-away
                                                           equipment, abandoned structures, solid waste dumps, weakened dams, unexploded
                                                           ordnance, unstable slopes, potential rock slides, mining entrances and caves;
                                                           • Direct mitigation and remediation actions at sites where a death or injury has
                                                           occurred;
                                                           • Performance of mitigation/remediation actions that have been identified in an
                                                           assessment or evaluation and documented in a ROD or memorandum located in a
                                                           site case or administrative file;
                                                           • Notification activities associated with mitigation actions or programs designed to
                                                           mitigate or remediate environmental hazards;
                                                           • Preparing closure reports and updating/maintaining administrative or case
                                                           record files; and
                                                           • Application review and selection, allocation, distribution tracking and evaluation
                                                                                                                                                        Final Report for Tasks 1-3 and 5                                                                                                                                       O.2-50




         DOI     BLM      DOI Activity   BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                          Description                                         Outputs
  EOG                                                                                 DOI Activity Description                                                               BLM Activity Description                                                          DOI Output       BLM Output                      Notes   Resolution
         Code    Code       Title           Title                                                                                                                                                                                              Consistent?                                        Consistent?



SEO 1   6X      HQ      Mitigate Other   Mitigate Other Examples/Notes: This work activity is associated with the mitigation of natural           The following activities are associated with this program element. All costs (labor Yes                    Other Hazards or Sites mitigated   Yes
                        Hazards          Hazards        and man-made situations that pose health, safety and/or environmental risk(s) to          and operations including equipment, travel, materials and contracts) associated                            Risk Sites
                                                        the public. Examples include cast away equipment, abandoned structures, solid             with the planning, conducting, overseeing and documenting of the activities                                Mitigated
                                                        waste dumps, weakened dams, unexploded ordnance, unstable slopes, potential               described below should be charged to this program element.
                                                        rock slides, and caves. This work activity does not include emergency response
                                                        support related to hazardous substance releases nor clean-up actions associated           1. Mitigation actions that have been identified in an assessment or evaluation, and
                                                        with hazardous materials sites.                                                           documented in a ROD or memorandum located in a site case or administrative
                                                                                                                                                  file.
                                                         Work Activity Description: All costs (labor and operations including equipment,          2. Notification activities associated with mitigation actions.
                                                         travel, materials and contracts) associated with the planning, conducting,               3. Preparing closure reports and updating and maintaining administrative or case
                                                         overseeing and documenting of the activities described below should be charged           record files.
                                                         to this work activity.                                                                   4. Training activities associated with the above activities, including participation
                                                                                                                                                  in the development of training and policy/guidance to improve processes
                                                         • Mitigation actions that have been identified in an assessment or evaluation, and       described above.
                                                         documented in a ROD or memorandum located in a site case or administrative               5. Includes law enforcement duties including patrol, enforcement, and/or
                                                         file.                                                                                    investigative activities related to this program element. This includes all labor
                                                                                                                                                  and operational dollars to deter, detect, investigate or prosecute violations of
                                                         • Notification activities associated with mitigation actions.                            rules, regulations or laws pertaining to this program element. This also includes
                                                                                                                                                  work performed by law enforcement officers to protect volunteers, employees or
                                                         • Preparing closure reports and updating and maintaining administrative or case          government property associated with this program.
                                                         record files.

                                                         • Training activities associated with the above activities, including participation in
                                                         the development of training and policy/guidance to improve processes described
                                                         above.

                                                         • Law enforcement duties including patrol, enforcement, and/or investigative
                                                         activities related to this work activity. This includes all labor and operational
                                                         dollars to deter, detect, investigate or prosecute violations of rules, regulations or
SEO 1   8Q      HT      Prepare for      Ensure Fire     Work Activity Description: All element. This also includes work performed fires. All work associated with preparing for wildland fire.
                                                         laws pertaining to this program work associated with preparing for wildland by                                                                                                  Yes                 Fire Management Number of fire Yes
                        Wildland Fires   Preparedness    Preparedness includes:                                                                                                                                                                              Units           management
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             units at normal
                                                         • All labor and operational costs of planned and predictable wildland fire               Includes all labor and operational costs of planned and predictable wildland fire                                          unit strength
                                                         management elements (except fuels reduction treatments, suppression, and                 management elements [excluding fuel treatments (JM), suppression (HU) and
                                                         rehabilitation)                                                                          rehabilitation (JL)] in an average annual season as defined in approved State and
                                                         • First eight (8) hours of regular time up to 40 hours per week of all employees         Field Office fire management plans. Includes the costs of hiring and training
                                                         coding their regular time to this activity that are assigned to wildland fire duties     personnel, detection activities, construction and maintenance of support facilities,
                                                         • Recruiting, hiring and training personnel                                              purchase of and contracting for equipment, supplies, support, planning and
                                                         • Purchase of and contracting for equipment, supplies, support, planning and             coordination, policy development and oversight, research, and interagency
                                                         coordination                                                                             coordination and direction. Includes the costs of the first eight hours of regular
                                                         • Policy development and oversight                                                       time up to 40 hours per week of all employees coding their regular time to this
                                                         • Interagency coordination and direction                                                 activity that are assigned to wildland fire duties.
                                                         • Funding of research projects by Universities and other scientific organizations,
                                                         including administrative and support costs
                                                         • Detection devices                                                                      This program element is to be used for the costs associated with escalated
                                                         • Severity (escalated preparedness costs) required due to abnormally high or             preparedness (severity) that are required due to abnormally high or extreme fire
                                                         extreme fire danger, or fire seasons that start earlier than planned in the fire         danger, or fire seasons that start earlier than planned in the fire management plan
                                                         management plan or last longer than planned in the fire management plan.                 or last longer than planned in the fire management plan.
                                                         • Costs associated with escalated preparedness (severity) that is required due to
                                                         abnormally high or extreme fire danger, or fire seasons that start earlier than
                                                         planned in the fire management plan or last longer than planned in the fire              Work on Fire Management Activity Plans should be coded to program element
                                                         management plan.                                                                         DD.
                                                                                                                                                      Final Report for Tasks 1-3 and 5                                                                                                                                    O.2-51




         DOI     BLM      DOI Activity     BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                     Description                                       Outputs
  EOG                                                                                DOI Activity Description                                                              BLM Activity Description                                                         DOI Output      BLM Output                     Notes   Resolution
         Code    Code       Title             Title                                                                                                                                                                                         Consistent?                                      Consistent?



SEO 1   8T      HU      Suppress Wildland Suppress        Work Activity Description: Responding to unwanted and unplanned wild fires in         Responding to unwanted and unplanned wild fires with the intention of                 Yes                 Acres burned by   Acres burned   Yes
                        Fires             Wildland Fire   the wildland urban interface (WUI) with the intention of controlling them to avoid    controlling them to avoid loss of life and property, natural resources, and social                        wildland fire
                                                          loss of life and property, natural resources, and social and economic values.         and economic values. Suppression responses are consistent with the direction
                                                          Suppression responses are consistent with the direction outlined in approved fire     outlined in approved fire management plans.
                                                          management plans.

                                                          Labor and other costs associated with the suppression of unplanned and unwanted       Labor and other costs associated with the suppression of unplanned and
                                                          wildland fires include:                                                               unwanted wildland fires include:
                                                          • Salaries and benefits of firefighting and support personnel (excluding the base 8
                                                          hours of regular time each day up to 40 hours per week for fire personnel and
                                                          including base 8 for non-fire personnel who are working on a fire suppression         • salaries and benefits of firefighting and support personnel (excluding the base 8
                                                          operation)                                                                            hours of regular time each day up to 40 hours per week for fire personnel and
                                                          • Aircraft operations, logistical and subsistence support costs for all employees     including base 8 for non-fire personnel who are working on a fire suppression
                                                          assigned to the fire,                                                                 operation)
                                                          • Supplies and equipment (including replacement of lost or destroyed capitalized      • aircraft operations, logistical and subsistence support costs for all employees
                                                          and expendable equipment covered by a board of survey action),                        assigned to the fire,
                                                          • Contracts for goods and services, rental of equipment and facilities, associated    • supplies and equipment (including replacement of lost or destroyed capitalized
                                                          logistical support, and measures taken to correct damages resulting from actions      and expendable equipment covered by a board of survey action),
                                                          taken to suppress the wildfire.                                                       • contracts for goods and services, rental of equipment and facilities, associated
                                                          • Costs associated with investigation and review activities related to specific       logistical support, and measures taken to correct damages resulting from actions
                                                          wildland fires                                                                        taken to suppress the wildfire.
                                                          • Costs of returning suppression equipment to a serviceable condition.                • costs associated with investigation and review activities related to specific
                                                                                                                                                wildland fires
                                                                                                                                                • costs of returning suppression equipment to a serviceable condition.
                                                                                                                                                • costs associated with escalated preparedness (severity) that is required due to
                                                                                                                                                abnormally high or extreme fire danger, or fire seasons that start earlier than
                                                                                                                                                planned in the fire management plan or last longer than planned in the fire
                                                                                                                                                management plan.

SEO 1   9V      HX      Process Land      Patent Alaska   Work Activity Description: Includes all costs associated with Resource data          Alaska State Conveyances includes: Adjudication, including land status checks,         Yes                 Acres disposed.   Acres patented Yes
                        Disposals         State           collection; (e.g., NEPA, mineral reports, Section 106 compliance, Section 7          application evaluation, docketing and patent issuance or application rejection.
                                          Conveyances     consultation, environmental site assessments (ESA) reports consistent with
                                                          American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) standards; local community
                                                          considerations (planning); appraisals and appraisal reviews; collection and receipt
                                                          of payments, etc.); land status checks, preparation and issuance of patent and other
                                                          conveyance documents, records notation, land classification preparation and
                                                          publication, and other public notice documentation, protests and appeals, rejection
                                                          of applications, etc.

                                                          This work activity does not include work associated with lands and realty
                                                          compliance inspections.


SEO 1   9V      HY      Process Land      Patent Alaska   Examples/Notes:                                                                      AK Native Corporation Conveyances includes: adjudication, including land status Yes                        Acres disposed.   Acres patented Yes
                        Disposals         Native Corp                                                                                          checks, application evaluation, mineral reports docketing, conveyance (patent)
                                          Conveyances     Work Activity Description: Includes all costs associated with Resource data          document issuance or application rejection.
                                                          collection; (e.g., NEPA, mineral reports, Section 106 compliance, Section 7
                                                          consultation, environmental site assessments (ESA) reports consistent with
                                                          American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) standards; local community
                                                          considerations (planning); appraisals and appraisal reviews; collection and receipt
                                                          of payments, etc.); land status checks, preparation and issuance of patent and other
                                                          conveyance documents, records notation, land classification preparation and
                                                          publication, and other public notice documentation, protests and appeals, rejection
                                                          of applications, etc.

                                                          This work activity does not include work associated with lands and realty
                                                          compliance inspections.
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         DOI     BLM      DOI Activity     BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                          Description                                      Outputs
  EOG                                                                                 DOI Activity Description                                                                 BLM Activity Description                                                          DOI Output    BLM Output                      Notes   Resolution
         Code    Code       Title             Title                                                                                                                                                                                              Consistent?                                     Consistent?



SEO 1   8S      JT      Reduce Hazardous Reduce Fuels     Examples/Notes:                                                                          Treatments to reduce the buildup of hazardous fuels in the wildland urban               Yes                 Acres treated   Acres treated   Yes
                        Fuels - Mechanical Mechanically                                                                                            interface to provide for firefighter and public safety and support land/resource
                        (WUI)              WUI            Work Activity Description: Treatments to reduce the buildup of hazardous fuels           management plan goals and objectives using mechanical or manual methods.
                                                          in the wildland urban interface to provide for firefighter and public safety and         Where multiple treatments are necessary to meet fuel treatment objectives, such
                                                          support land/resource management plan goals and objectives using manual or               as mechanical treatment followed by prescribed fire, each treatment is counted
                                                          mechanical methods. Mechanical treatments include hand or mechanical thinning,           individually and charged to the specific work activity.
                                                          pruning, crushing, chopping, lop and scatter, piling, brush cutting, chipping, etc. to
                                                          reduce wildland fuels hazards. Where multiple treatments are necessary to meet
                                                          fuel treatment objectives, such as mechanical treatment followed by prescribed           Costs for this activity include:
                                                          fire, each treatment is counted individually and charged to the specific work
                                                          activity.
                                                                                                                                                   • salaries, benefits, travel and supplies for personnel directly involved in planning
                                                          Costs for this activity include:                                                         fuels management treatments within the WUI, including staff time for
                                                          • Salaries, benefits, travel and supplies for personnel directly involved in planning    collaboration (outreach, community workshops, meetings, public meetings, etc.)
                                                          fuels management treatments within the WUI including: staff time for                     with other entities and the public, consultation with tribes, risk assessments,
                                                          collaboration (outreach, community workshops, meetings, public meetings, etc.)           NEPA and ESA analyses, mitigation planning, condition class assessments,
                                                          with other entities and the public, consultation with tribes, risk assessments,          identification of treatment needs, coordination and cross-walking with other
                                                          NEPA and ESA analyses, mitigation planning, condition class assessments,                 existing implementation plans, compliance with state (e.g., smoke), burn plans,
                                                          identification of treatment needs, coordination and cross-walking with other             other federal, and local laws, third party contracting, etc;
                                                          existing implementation plans, compliance with state, other federal, and local laws,     • salaries, benefits, travel and supplies for personnel directly involved in
                                                          third party contracting, etc.                                                            preparing and implementing fuels management treatments within the WUI,
                                                          • Salaries, benefits, travel and supplies for personnel directly involved in preparing   including on-the-ground manipulation of vegetation and soil, contracts,
                                                          and implementing fuels management treatments within the WUI including: on-the-           equipment, equipment rental, initial treatment effects monitoring, plot
                                                          ground manipulation of vegetation and soil, contracts, equipment, equipment              establishment, aircraft flight time, and initial construction of fuel breaks designed
                                                          rental, initial treatment effects monitoring, plot establishment, and aircraft flight    to protect the WUI;
                                                          time                                                                                     • training in prescribed fire fuels treatment methods and techniques;
                                                          • Training in fuels treatment methods and techniques                                     • costs associated with developing fuels treatment methods and techniques;
                                                          • Costs associated with developing fuels treatment methods and techniques                • costs associated with document preparation, such as printing, collating, and
                                                          • Costs associated with document preparation such as printing, collating, and            distribution;
SEO 1   8U      JU      Reduce Hazardous Reduce           distribution,
                                                          Examples/Notes:                                                                          Treatments to reduce the preparing staff to complete in the wildland and data
                                                                                                                                                   • training associated with buildup of hazardous fuels plans, research urban           Yes                   Acres Treated   Acres treated   Yes
                        Fuels - Other    Hazardous                                                                                                 interface to provide for firefighter and public safety and support land/resource
                        Methods (WUI)    Fuels Other      Work Activity Description: Other fuels reduction treatments (WUI) are specific           management plan goals and objectives using chemical or biological methods.
                                         WUI              fuels treatments undertaken using chemical or biological agents with the defined         Where multiple treatments are necessary to meet fuel treatment objectives, such
                                                          objective of mitigating the risk to a community for wildland fire on federal lands.      as mechanical treatment followed by prescribed fire, each treatment is counted
                                                          Each project is undertaken within the guidance outlined in a project specific plan       individually and charged to the specific work activity.
                                                          compliant with all applicable Federal, Tribal, State, and local law. Where multiple
                                                          treatments are necessary to meet fuel treatment objectives, each treatment is
                                                          counted individually and charged to the specific work activity.                          Costs for this activity include:

                                                          Costs for this activity include:
                                                          • Salaries, benefits, travel and supplies for personnel directly involved in planning    • salaries, benefits, travel and supplies for personnel directly involved in planning
                                                          fuels management treatments within the WUI including: staff time for                     fuels management treatments within the WUI, including staff time for
                                                          collaboration (outreach, community workshops, meetings, public meetings, etc.)           collaboration (outreach, community workshops, meetings, public meetings, etc.)
                                                          with other entities and the public, consultation with tribes, risk assessments,          with other entities and the public, consultation with tribes, risk assessments,
                                                          NEPA and ESA analyses, mitigation planning, condition class assessments,                 NEPA and ESA analyses, mitigation planning, condition class assessments,
                                                          identification of treatment needs, coordination and cross-walking with other             identification of treatment needs, coordination and cross-walking with other
                                                          existing implementation plans, chemical prescriptions, compliance with state, other      existing implementation plans, compliance with state (e.g., smoke), burn plans,
                                                          federal, and local laws, third party contracting, etc.                                   other federal, and local laws, third party contracting, etc.;
                                                          • Salaries, benefits, travel and supplies for personnel directly involved in preparing   • salaries, benefits, travel and supplies for personnel directly involved in
                                                          and implementing fuels management treatments within the WUI including: on-the-           preparing and implementing fuels management treatments within the WUI,
                                                          ground manipulation of vegetation and soil, contracts, equipment, equipment              including on-the-ground manipulation of vegetation and soil, contracts,
                                                          rental, initial treatment effects monitoring, plot establishment, and aircraft flight    equipment, equipment rental, initial treatment effects monitoring, plot
                                                          time                                                                                     establishment, aircraft flight time, and initial construction of fuel breaks designed
                                                          • Training in fuels treatment methods and techniques                                     to protect the WUI;
                                                          • Costs associated with developing fuels treatment methods and techniques                • training in prescribed fire fuels treatment methods and techniques;
                                                          • Costs associated with document preparation such as printing, collating, and            • costs associated with developing fuels treatment methods and techniques;
                                                          distribution,                                                                            • costs associated with document preparation such as printing, collating, and
                                                          • Training associated with preparing staff to complete plans, research and data          distribution; and,
                                                          searches and GIS associated activities                                                   • training associated with preparing staff to complete plans, research and data
                                                                                                                                                   searches and GIS associated activities.
                                                          This activity does not include costs for cultural and historical surveys, T&E
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         DOI     BLM      DOI Activity      BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                          Description                                       Outputs
  EOG                                                                                    DOI Activity Description                                                                  BLM Activity Description                                                       DOI Output      BLM Output                          Notes         Resolution
         Code    Code       Title              Title                                                                                                                                                                                              Consistent?                                      Consistent?



SEO 1   8R      JW      Reduce Hazardous Implement           Examples/Notes:                                                                           Treatments to reduce the buildup of hazardous fuels in the wildland urban         Yes                    Acres Treated    Acres treated   Yes
                        Fuels - Prescribed Fuels                                                                                                       interface to provide for firefighter and public safety and support land/resource
                        Fire (WUI)         Treatments by     Work Activity Description: Treatments to reduce the buildup of hazardous fuels            management plan goals and objectives using prescribed fire. Where multiple
                                           Fire within       in the wildland urban interface to provide for firefighter and public safety and          treatments are necessary to meet fuel treatment objectives, such as mechanical
                                           WUI               support land/resource management plan goals and objectives using prescribed               treatment followed by prescribed fire, each treatment is counted individually and
                                                             fire. Where multiple treatments are necessary to meet fuel treatment objectives,          charged to the specific work activity.
                                                             such as mechanical treatment followed by prescribed fire, each treatment is
                                                             counted individually and charged to the specific work activity.
                                                                                                                                                       Costs for this activity include:
                                                        Costs for this activity include:
                                                        • Salaries, benefits, travel and supplies for personnel directly involved in planning
                                                        fuels management treatments within the WUI including: staff time for                           • salaries, benefits, travel and supplies for personnel directly involved in planning
                                                        collaboration (outreach, community workshops, meetings, public meetings, etc.)                 fuels management treatments within the WUI, including staff time for
                                                        with other entities and the public, consultation with tribes, risk assessments,                collaboration (outreach, community workshops, meetings, public meetings, etc.)
                                                        NEPA and ESA analyses, mitigation planning, condition class assessments,                       with other entities and the public, consultation with tribes, risk assessments,
                                                        identification of treatment needs, coordination and cross-walking with other                   NEPA and ESA analyses, mitigation planning, condition class assessments,
                                                        existing implementation plans, compliance with state (e.g. smoke), burn plans,                 identification of treatment needs, coordination and cross-walking with other
                                                        other federal, and local laws, third party contracting, etc.                                   existing implementation plans, compliance with state (e.g., smoke), burn plans,
                                                        • Salaries, benefits, travel and supplies for personnel directly involved in preparing         other federal, and local laws, third party contracting, etc.;
                                                        and implementing fuels management treatments within the WUI including: on-the-                 • salaries, benefits, travel and supplies for personnel directly involved in
                                                        ground manipulation of vegetation and soil, contracts, equipment, equipment                    preparing and implementing fuels management treatments within the WUI,
                                                        rental, initial treatment effects monitoring, plot establishment, aircraft flight time,        including on-the-ground manipulation of vegetation and soil, contracts,
                                                        and initial construction of fuel breaks designed to protect the WUI                            equipment, equipment rental, initial treatment effects monitoring, plot
                                                        • Training in prescribed fire fuels treatment methods and techniques                           establishment, aircraft flight time, and initial construction of fuel breaks designed
                                                        • Costs associated with developing fuels treatment methods and techniques                      to protect the WUI;
                                                        • Costs associated with document preparation such as printing, collating, and                  • training in prescribed fire fuels treatment methods and techniques;
SEO 1   9A      KA      Process Land     Process Alaska distribution
                                                        Examples/Notes: This activity is for BLM only                                                  • costs associated with developing fuels treatment methods and techniques;            No                 purchase/donatio Parcels         Yes             Provide activity
                        Donations/Purcha Native                                                                                                                                                                                                                 n/parcels        approved and                    definition.
                        ses and Alaska   Allotment      Work Activity Description: This work activity includes all labor and operational                                                                                                                        processed        parcels
                        Native Allotment Selections     costs to process the purchase and/or donation of land, interests in land, or                                                                                                                                             processed but
                        Conveyances                     issuance of patents for Native Allotments. Work includes planning/scheduling                                                                                                                                             not approved
                                                        work, field/office labor, Geographic Information System (GIS) support, data
                                                        management support, contracts/interagency agreements, and equipment
                                                        purchase/lease/rental.

                                                             Costs coded to this work activity include: preparation of Land and Water
                                                             Conservation Fund (LWCF) funding requests; resource data collection (e.g..,
                                                             resource reports, field reports to verify location, use and occupancy, Certificates
                                                             of Inspection and Possession, hazmat reports, etc.); survey of property; mapping
                                                             and development of GIS services; LR 2000 notation and maintenance;
                                                             adjudication, including land status checks, application evaluation, and docketing;
                                                             appraisal and appraisal review; development of hazardous materials
                                                             (environmental site assessment (ESA) reports consistent with American Society of
                                                             Testing and Materials (ASTM) standards) and NEPA documentation; negotiations
                                                             for purchase; purchase of title commitments, title insurance, closing costs,
                                                             recording fees, transfer fees, prepaid taxes and other title services or patent
SEO 1   J3      MG      Assess Hazmat       Monitor and      Examples/Notes: This Native Allotment application.
                                                             issuance or rejection of work activity is associated with monitoring and                  The following activities are associated with this program element. All costs (labor Yes                  Sites Assessed   Sites where     Yes
                        Sites               Maintain         maintenance activities related to hazardous materials sites. Examples of                  and operations including equipment, travel, materials and contracts) associated                                           monitoring
                                            Hazmat &         monitoring activities that can be included are quarterly groundwater sampling and         with the planning, conducting, overseeing and documenting of the activities                                               actions are
                                            NRDAR Sites      analysis after a landfill or repository cover or cap is installed at a site, monitoring   described below shuld be charged to this program element.                                                                 completed
                                                             of water from a water treatment system installed as a remedy for contaminated
                                                             surface or ground water at a site. Examples of long-term maintenance that can be  1. Monitoring of hazardous materials and oil spill sites to ensure human health
                                                                                                                                               and safety, and protection of the environment, or comply with regulatory
                                                             included are reseeding on a landfill or repository cover, replacing carbon filters or
                                                             biological media in water treatment systems. Restoration/recovery actions         requirements or orders. This does not include sampling and analysis conducted as
                                                             associated with Natural Resources Damage Assessment and Restoration (NRDAR)       part of a verification/assessment/inspection of a hazardous materials site. Those
                                                             sites are captured under DOI work activities 7F through 7K pertaining to          activities are included in BF.
                                                             restoration treatments.                                                           2. Monitoring to determine the success of completed restoration projects
                                                                                                                                               undertaken to resotre natural resource injuries.
                                                             Work Activity Description: All costs (labor and operations including equipment, 3. Long term maintenance of a hazardous materials site where a response action
                                                             travel, materials and contracts) associated with planning, conducting, overseeing or remediation has been completed.
                                                             and documenting the work described below should be charged to this activity.      4. Long term maintenance at sites where restoration activities have been
                                                                                                                                               completed.
                                                             • Monitoring hazardous materials and oil spill sites to ensure human health and   5. Training activities associated with the above activities, including participation
                                                             safety, and protection of the environment, or to comply with regulatory           in the development of training and policy/guidance to improve processes
                                                             requirements or orders. This does not include sampling and analysis conducted as described above.
                                                             part of a verification/assessment/inspection of a hazardous materials site.

                                                             • Long term maintenance of a hazardous materials site where a response action or
                                                             remediation has been completed.

                                                             • Training, including participating in developing training and policy/guidance to
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         DOI     BLM      DOI Activity       BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                  Description                                        Outputs
  EOG                                                                                    DOI Activity Description                                                           BLM Activity Description                                                       DOI Output      BLM Output                      Notes   Resolution
         Code    Code       Title               Title                                                                                                                                                                                      Consistent?                                       Consistent?



SEO 1   2G      NH      Conduct Realty      Conduct Realty Examples/Notes: This activity applies only to BLM                                  Realty compliance inspections include: performing onsite inspections of various Yes                        completed         Compliance     Yes
                        And Geophysical     Compliance                                                                                        authorized lands actions, documenting results of inspection (e.g. , project is in                          compliance        actions
                        Compliance          Inspections    Work Activity Description: Realty Compliance Inspections include: performing       compliance, project is not in compliance, projects needs authorization modified                            inspections
                        Inspections                        onsite inspections of various authorized land actions; document results of         to accommodate existing development); obtaining management review/approval
                                                           inspection (e.g. project is in compliance, project is not in compliance, projects  of compliance report and recommendations: issuing of notice of noncompliance,
                                                           needs authorization modified to accommodate existing development);                 etc. Includes all work associated with geophysical compliance inspections. All law
                                                           management review/approval of compliance report and recommendations:               enforcement duties including patrol, enforcement, and/or investigative activities
                                                           issuance of notice of non-compliance, etc.                                         related to realty and geophysical compliance should be charged to this program
                                                                                                                                              element. This includes all labor and operational dollars to deter, detect,
                                                         Includes all work associated with geophysical compliance inspections                 investigate or prosecute violations of rules, regulations or laws pertaining to this
                                                                                                                                              program. This also includes work performed by law enforcement officers to
                                                                                                                                              protect volunteers, employees or government property associated with this
                                                                                                                                              program. Includes standardized periodic "stewardship" compliance inspections
                                                                                                                                              of access, conservation, and (historic) scenic easements acquired by purchase,
                                                                                                                                              donation, and/or exchange, or retained through reservation. State Offices will
SEO 1   2J      NJ      Process           Process        Examples/Notes:                                                                      determine frequency of "stewardship" inspections based on specific "risk"
                                                                                                                                              Work includes all actions taken to identify, investigate, process or resolve           Yes                 Cases Processed   Cases processed Yes
                        Trespass/Unauthor Trespass /                                                                                          unauthorized or unlawful land and realty uses, including resource data collection
                        ized Occupancy    Unauthorized Work Activity Description: Work Includes all actions taken to identify, investigate, (e.g., NEPA, ESA reports, Section 106 compliance, Section 7 consultations, GIS
                        Cases             Occupancy      process or resolve unauthorized or unlawful land and realty uses including:          and other supporting efforts, etc); administrative hearings; judicial proceedings;
                                          Cases          Resource data collection (e.g., NEPA, ESA Reports, section 106 compliance,           survey work to determine property lines, etc. Include work even if case is not
                                                         section 7 consultations, GIS and other supporting efforts, etc.); survey work to     resolved during the reporting period. Use for all reclamation activities such as
                                                         determine property lines, etc. Include work even if case is not resolved during the wildlife or cultural work necessary for closing an unauthorized or illegal
                                                         reporting period. Use for all reclamation activities such as wildlife or cultural    operation where a claimant, operator or other responsible party can be identified.
                                                         work necessary for closing an unauthorized or illegal operation where a claimant, Include all work associated with cost recovery and determining Potential
                                                         operator or other responsible party can be identified. Include all work associated Responsible Parties (PRP) except when a CERCLA violation is confirmed or
                                                         with cost recovery and determining Potential Responsible Parties (PRP) except        expected. In these instances, use NQ (Cost Recovery or Civil Enforcement
                                                         when a CERCLA violation is confirmed or expected. This work activity does not HMM or AML Cases) or NP (PRPs Evaluated for Cost Recovery). All cases
                                                         include efforts on abandoned mine lands.                                             where cost recovery is anticipated must use a special project code. All Minerals
                                                                                                                                              Surface Management Inspections should be coded to NI. All Lands and Realty
                                                         All work associated with processing lands and mineral trespass and occupancy         Compliance Inspections should be coded to NH. All grazing allotment
                                                         cases and/or unlawful use. Land issues could include unauthorized residences,        inspections should be coded to NA. This program element does not include
                                                         signs, power lines, left over buildings and/or construction materials or other       efforts on abandoned mine lands. All work associated with processing Lands and
                                                         unauthorized uses of DOI lands.                                                      Mineral trespass and occupancy cases and/or unlawful use. Lands issues could
                                                                                                                                              include unauthorized residences, signs, power-lines, left over buildings and/or
                                                         Includes all work associated with identifying, investigating, and processing timber construction materials or other unauthorized uses of public lands. Includes all
                                                         or special forest products trespass including field reconnaissance, resource         work associated with identifying, investigating, and processing timber or special
                                                         valuation, and restoration activities. Also includes actions designed to reduce the forest products trespass including field reconnaissance, resource valuation, and
                                                         potential for timber or special forest products trespass, such as working with       restoration activities. Also includes actions designed to reduce the potential for
                                                         adjacent landowners to identify property lines and DOI property resources.           timber or special forest products trespass, such as working with adjacent
                                                                                                                                              landowners to identify property lines and BLM forest resources. All work
                                                         All work associated with processing fire trespass cases, such as investigation,      associated with processing fire trespass cases, such as investigation, judicial
                                                         obtaining background data, etc.                                                      proceedings, obtaining background data, etc. Includes all work associated with
                                                                                                                                              processing and resolving unauthorized grazing use. Include all field and office
SEO 1   3G      NP      Process Hazmat    Evaluate PRP's Includes all work associated with processing and resolving unauthorized grazing
                                                         Examples/Notes:                                                                      activities involving a specific case resolution, including livestock counts, recounts,
                                                                                                                                              The following activities are associated with this program element. All costs (labor Yes                    Cost              Actions        Yes
                        Cost              for Cost                                                                                            and operatins including equipment, travel, materials, and contracts) associated                            avoidance/cost    completed
                        Avoidance/recover Avoidance /    Work Activity Description: All costs (labor and operations including equipment, with the planning, conducting, overseeing, and documenting of the activities                                    recovery cases
                        y Cases           Recovery       travel, and contracts) associated with the planning, conducting, overseeing, and     described below should be charged to this program element.                                                 processed.
                                                         documenting the activities described below should be charged to this activity.
                                                                                                                                              1. Identificatin of Potentially Responsible Party (PRP) Through a PRP Search
                                                         • Referring cost avoidance/cost recovery cases to the solicitor for cost recovery or (evaluation and baseline search) consistent with the Comprehensive
                                                         enforcement.                                                                         Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA), and BLM
                                                         • Preparing Scopes of Work (SOW) to be attached to agreements or orders under Handbook 1703-1, and to meet our designated responsiblities as Natural Resouce
                                                         the Comprehensive Environmental Restoration, Compensation Liability Act              Damage and Restoration (NRDAR) Trustees. This includes time spent doing in-
                                                         (CERCLA).                                                                            house research of record searches (e.g. property or tax assessments, title records
                                                         • Coordinating and participating with the Solicitor during CERCLA or Oil             and other documents and information to identify owner, operator, generator or
                                                         Pollution Act (OPA) cost avoidance/cost recovery cases. Costs include all            transporter status of PRPs).
                                                         activities associated with discovery, including negotiations, meetings and travel,   2. Prepare 104(e) Information Request Letters and General Notice letters.
                                                         contractors and contract management.                                                 3. Development of a Cost Recovery Plan consistent with BLM Handbook 1703-
                                                         • Preparing Damage claims and demand letters. Costs include all direct and           1.
                                                         indirect costs associated with these tasks.                                          4. Documenting decisions on PRPs in a Decision Memo.
                                                         • Non-law enforcement personnel coordinating and participating with law              5. Training activities associated with the above activities, including participation
                                                         enforcement on a non-criminal cost recovery/cost avoidance case.                     inthe development of training and policy/guidance to improve processes
                                                         • Training associated with the above activities, including participation in the      described above.
                                                         development of training and policy/guidance to improve processes described           6. All law enforcement duties including patrol, enforcement, and/or investigative
                                                         above.                                                                               activities related to evaluating PRPs for cost avoidance should be charged to this
                                                                                                                                              program element. This includes all labor and operational dollars to deter, detect,
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                DOI     BLM      DOI Activity      BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                        Description                                        Outputs
    EOG                                                                                        DOI Activity Description                                                              BLM Activity Description                                                          DOI Output     BLM Output                       Notes   Resolution
                Code    Code       Title              Title                                                                                                                                                                                            Consistent?                                       Consistent?



SEO 1          3G      NQ      Process Hazmat      Process Hazmat Examples/Notes:                                                                         The following activities are associated with this program element. All costs (labor Yes                    Cost             Cases referred   Yes
                               Cost                Cost Avoidance                                                                                         and operations including equipment, travel, materials, and contracts) associated                           avoidance/cost
                               Avoidance/recover   / Recovery     Work Activity Description: All costs (labor and operations including equipment,         with the planning, conducting, overseeing, and documenting of the activities                               recovery cases
                               y Cases             Cases          travel, and contracts) associated with the planning, conducting, overseeing, and        described below should be charged to this program element.                                                 processed.
                                                                  documenting the activities described below should be charged to this activity.
                                                                                                                                                          1. Referring cost avoidance/cost recovery cases to the solicitor for cost recovery
                                                                   • Referring cost avoidance/cost recovery cases to the solicitor for cost recovery or   or enforcement.
                                                                   enforcement.                                                                           2. Preparing Scopes of Work (SOW) to be attached to Agreements or Orders
                                                                   • Preparing Scopes of Work (SOW) to be attached to agreements or orders under          under the Comprehensive Environmental Restoration, Compensation, Liability
                                                                   the Comprehensive Environmental Restoration, Compensation Liability Act                Act (CERCLA).
                                                                   (CERCLA).                                                                              3. Coordinating and participating with the Solicitor during CERCLA or Oil
                                                                   • Coordinating and participating with the Solicitor during CERCLA or Oil               Pollution Act (OPA)
                                                                   Pollution Act (OPA) cost avoidance/cost recovery cases. Costs include all              4. cost avoidance/cost recovery cases. Costs include all activities associated with
                                                                   activities associated with discovery, including negotiations, meetings and travel,     discovery, including negotiations with PRPs, meetings and travel, contractors and
                                                                   contractors and contract management.                                                   contract management (see 4 below).
                                                                   • Preparing Damage claims and demand letters. Costs include all direct and             5. Preparing damage claims and demand letters. Costs include all direct and
                                                                   indirect costs associated with these tasks.                                            indirect costs associated with these tasks.
                                                                   • Non-law enforcement personnel coordinating and participating with law                6. Non-law enforcement personnel coordinating and participating with law
                                                                   enforcement on a non-criminal cost recovery/cost avoidance case.                       enforcement on a non-criminal cost recovery/cost avoidance case.
                                                                   • Training associated with the above activities, including participation in the        7. Training activities associated with the above activities, including participation
                                                                   development of training and policy/guidance to improve processes described             in the development of training and policy/guidance to improve processes
                                                                   above.                                                                                 described above.
Sustain the    81      XB      Acquire IT          Provide IT      Examples/Notes:                                                                                                                                                               Yes                 NA                                Yes
Organization                   Investments         Hardware /                                                                                             IT Hardware/Software Installation, Upgrade and Training is used by when
                                                   Software        Work Activity Description: Acquire IT Investments (DOI Work Activity 81) is            implementing, installing, training, or upgrading hardware/software. Related costs
                                                   Installation,   used to report on an IT investment’s full acquisition. Related costs include the       include costs associated with: developing implementation procedures; drafting
                                                   Upgrade, and    procurement and implementation of an IT investment or useful segment/module.           and reviewing user documentation; scheduling training; purchasing/acquiring
                                                   Training        Reporting for this activity occurs after initial planning activities are complete,     needed equipment and materials; developing and testing training procedures;
                                                                   bureau and DOI Capital Planning and Investment Control (CPIC) processes select         producing and distributing copies of all documentation; procuring system
                                                                   and approve the proposed technical approach, project (investment) plans and            hardware and software; installing hardware and software needed to implement
                                                                   establishes the baseline cost, schedule and performance goals for this phase of an     system; training new system users; data conversion into new systems; analyzing
                                                                   IT investment and before systems are accepted for operation and maintenance.           applications; performing automation studies and assessments when upgrading
                                                                                                                                                          software/hardware, when performing system or database administration; and/or
                                                                   Reporting under this activity correlates to the acquisition component of the IT        when conducting architecture analysis.
                                                                   investment Development/ Modernization/Enhancement reporting for individual
                                                                   investments, systems, or projects planned in the Exhibit 300 and parts 1, 2 or 4 of
                                                                   the Exhibit 53 and the Control and Evaluation Phases of the Capital Planning and This program element includes the supervision and management of these
                                                                   Investment Control Process.                                                         functions, administrative training and meetings for employees performing these
                                                                                                                                                       functions, and general administrative support staff typically doing local office
                                                                   Use Acquire IT Investments (DOI Work Activity 81) for:                              support for employees performing these functions.
                                                                   • Integrated Project Team (IPT) costs directly related to acquisition, development,
                                                                   and installation of this investment
                                                                   • Finalizing the Cost Benefit analysis (CBA/BCA) initially reported under Plan IT
                                                                   Investments (DOI Work Activity 80)
                                                                   • Detailed technical user requirements analysis and logical and physical design
                                                                   activities
                                                                   • Development of a software application and incremental reviews
                                                                   • User acceptance, functionality, and interoperability testing
                                                                   • Developing implementation procedures
                                                                   • Creating and distributing system and user documentation
                                                                   • Purchasing and installing needed hardware, software, supplies and services
                                                                   including upgrades and enhancements
                                                                   • Developing and testing training procedures
                                                                   • Installing hardware and software needed to implement system
                                                                   • Planning, coordinating, scheduling, and conducting initial training of users,
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                DOI     BLM      DOI Activity   BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                     Description                                 Outputs
    EOG                                                                                      DOI Activity Description                                                             BLM Activity Description                                                      DOI Output   BLM Output                   Notes   Resolution
                Code    Code       Title           Title                                                                                                                                                                                         Consistent?                                Consistent?



Sustain the    82      XC      Operate and      Implement and Examples/Notes:                                                                           This program element will normally be used to capture the labor and operations     Yes                 NA                         Yes
Organization                   Maintain IT      Maintain                                                                                                costs of IT specialists who are located in centers and state offices, the
                               Investments      Communication Work Activity Description: Operate and Maintain IT Investments (DOI Work                  Washington office, and, to a lesser extent, field offices. This specialized work
                                                Networks      Activity 82) is to be used when an IT investment is operational (steady state) after      benefits a wide range of programs in a way that the work cannot be readily
                                                              formal acceptance. This means the IT investment or useful segment/module of               assigned to a direct cost program element.
                                                              an IT investment has been delivered, deployed, and is performing the mission.
                                                              Tasks required to manage an investment in operations and maintenance are
                                                              reported under this activity, including performance monitoring and reporting        The work captured by this program element is the overall development and
                                                              performed by an operational analysis. This activity includes retirement/disposal    management of the BLM's LAN/ WAN/ telephones/ paging/radios/ microwave
                                                                                                                                                  /frequency management/satellite/video systems, inter-intranet support and
                                                              costs of the investment, which is the final phase in the life cycle of the investment.
                                                                                                                                                  services, and components thereof. Work described by this program element
                                                                 Reporting under this activity correlates to the operations and maintenance       benefits the entire organization in an indirect way, meaning that the costs of this
                                                                 component of the IT investment reporting for individual investments, systems, or work cannot be assigned to an output-producing, direct cost program element,
                                                                 projects planned in Exhibit 300 and parts 1, 2 or 4 of Exhibit 53 and the Steady such as EU, Process Land Disposal Cases. Support work of a similar nature
                                                                 State Phase of the Capital Planning and Investment Control Process.              which directly benefits any output-producing program element should be
                                                                                                                                                  assigned to the benefitting program element, or to an appropriate "P" code
                                                                 Operate and Maintain IT Investments (DOI Work Activity 82) includes              program element (which provides program support for a mission goal). XC
                                                                 government and contractor personnel costs, supervision and management of these should not be used unless the benefit to the organization is overarching, or if no
                                                                 functions over the life of the IT investment after full acquisition is complete, appropriate benefitting program element can be identified.
                                                                 including direct and indirect periodic or continuing costs of operation,
                                                                 maintenance, and management.

                                                                 Use Operate and Maintain IT Investments (DOI Work Activity 82) for:
                                                                 • Conducting any functions directly related to operation of the IT investment
                                                                 • Operations Center functions
                                                                 • Administrative and technical support personnel, product and service (both
                                                                 federal and contractor) costs that are in direct support of the IT investment
                                                                 • Planning, coordinating, scheduling, and conducting recurring training of users,
                                                                 administrators, customers, and stakeholders for operation, use and maintenance
                                                                 • Project management functions that ensure the IT investment is still performing
                                                                 according to established cost/financial and performance metrics including
                                                                 gathering, analysis and reporting of those metrics
                                                                 • System support services and maintenance
Sustain the    82      XD      Operate and      Provide IT       Examples/Notes:                                                                        IT Operations and Maintenance is used when providing IT systems operation          Yes                 NA                         Yes
Organization                   Maintain IT      Operations and                                                                                          and maintenance. Related costs include providing application system support
                               Investments      Maintenance    Work Activity Description: Operate and Maintain IT Investments (DOI Work                 services and maintenance; customer support and services (Help Desk, Test Lab,
                                                               Activity 82) is to be used when an IT investment is operational (steady state) after     or similar); develop/coordinate application and systems requirements;
                                                               formal acceptance. This means the IT investment or useful segment/module of              plan/conduct functional applications test and deployment; maintain systems and
                                                               an IT investment has been delivered, deployed, and is performing the mission.            applications; system backups and database backups; evaluate change requests,
                                                               Tasks required to manage an investment in operations and maintenance are                 determining costs and prioritizing system change requests; monitoring systems,
                                                               reported under this activity, including performance monitoring and reporting             tuning for efficiency; and COTR and contract functions.
                                                               performed by an operational analysis. This activity includes retirement/disposal
                                                               costs of the investment, which is the final phase in the life cycle of the investment.
                                                                                                                                                  This program element includes the supervision and management of these
                                                                 Reporting under this activity correlates to the operations and maintenance       functions, administrative training and meetings for employees performing these
                                                                 component of the IT investment reporting for individual investments, systems, or functions, and general administrative support staff typically doing local office
                                                                 projects planned in Exhibit 300 and parts 1, 2 or 4 of Exhibit 53 and the Steady support for employees performing these functions.
                                                                 State Phase of the Capital Planning and Investment Control Process.

                                                                 Operate and Maintain IT Investments (DOI Work Activity 82) includes
                                                                 government and contractor personnel costs, supervision and management of these
                                                                 functions over the life of the IT investment after full acquisition is complete,
                                                                 including direct and indirect periodic or continuing costs of operation,
                                                                 maintenance, and management.

                                                                 Use Operate and Maintain IT Investments (DOI Work Activity 82) for:
                                                                 • Conducting any functions directly related to operation of the IT investment
                                                                 • Operations Center functions
                                                                 • Administrative and technical support personnel, product and service (both
                                                                 federal and contractor) costs that are in direct support of the IT investment
                                                                 • Planning, coordinating, scheduling, and conducting recurring training of users,
                                                                 administrators, customers, and stakeholders for operation, use and maintenance
                                                                 • Project management functions that ensure the IT investment is still performing
                                                                 according to established cost/financial and performance metrics including
                                                                 gathering, analysis and reporting of those metrics
                                                                 • System support services and maintenance
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                DOI     BLM      DOI Activity       BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                 Description                                 Outputs
    EOG                                                                                         DOI Activity Description                                                             BLM Activity Description                                                   DOI Output   BLM Output                   Notes   Resolution
                Code    Code       Title               Title                                                                                                                                                                                     Consistent?                                Consistent?



Sustain the    83      XF      Secure IT            Ensure IT        Examples/Notes:                                                                       IT Security is for support staff when providing Information Technology security Yes                 NA                         Yes
Organization                                        Security                                                                                               to the Bureau or field offices. This PE includes costs associated with managing
                                                                     Work Activity Description: Secure IT (DOI Work Activity 83) is to be used when        all aspects of Information Technology (IT) Security which include:
                                                                     performing work to achieve and maintain compliance with OMB security policies         administrative; personnel; technical; physical and telecommunications. This PE is
                                                                     and NIST guidance, including compliance with the Federal Information Security         also used to perform the IT security for the Bureau and field offices' activities,
                                                                     Management Act, including all IT security program costs and costs for securing        including managing the IT security program, establishing policy, providing
                                                                     individual IT systems, applications, and infrastructure. This work activity should    guidance, oversight, coordinating with outside agencies, reviewing and evaluating
                                                                     be used to capture all IT security costs including planning, acquisition, and         IT security and contingency plans, providing training and assistance, and
                                                                     operation and maintenance of IT investments.                                          evaluating IT security practices and operations. Related cost include
                                                                                                                                                           administering Bureau/field offices' IT security program (s); IT security budget
                                                                     Reporting under this activity includes security costs reported on the OMB exhibits planning; program planning (policy, guidance, and maintenance); develop or
                                                                     53 and 300 for individual investments and the establishment and operation of an review IT security plans for General Support Systems (GSS) Major application
                                                                     IT security program and office.                                                       and systems containing sensitive data; assisting in and approving the development
                                                                                                                                                           of contingency plans for GSS, Major applications and systems containing
                                                                     Use Secure IT (DOI Work Activity 83) for:                                             sensitive data; providing on an ongoing basis, IT security awareness training for
                                                                     • Establishment and operation of an IT security program and functions                 management, technical and user staff; re-certifying GSSs, Major Applications and
                                                                     • Creation and enforcement of IT Security policy and procedures                       systems containing sensitive data every 3 years; providing technical assistance to
                                                                     • Establishment and maintenance of a Certification and Accreditation program          installation management on IT security requirements; coordinating all activities
                                                                     • Plans of Actions and Milestones (POA&M) assessment, monitoring, analysis and designed to protect an IT installation or any other technical system.
                                                                     evaluation, reporting, corrective action planning and execution
                                                                     • IT security training and awareness
                                                                     • Determining organizational impacts of Cyber Security policy, guidance,              This program element includes the supervision and management of these
                                                                     implementation and operation                                                          functions, administrative training and meetings for employees performing these
                                                                     • IT Security activities performed throughout the life cycle of IT investments        functions, and general administrative support staff typically doing local office
                                                                     (planning, acquisition, and operations and maintenance) including identifying and support for employees performing these functions.
                                                                     implementing additional security controls for systems that promote or permit
                                                                     public access, other externally accessible systems, and those that are
                                                                     interconnected with systems over which program officials have little or no control
                                                                     • Ongoing IT security monitoring and testing
                                                                     • Performing IT security life cycle cost analysis and planning
                                                                     • Assessing the benefits, risks, and risk-adjusted life-cycle costs of alternative IT
                                                                     security postures
                                                                     • Establishing realistic cost, schedule, and performance goals, both strategic and
Sustain the    64      XG      Provide Facilities   Provide          Examples/Notes:                                                                       This program element will normally be used to capture the labor and operations Yes                  NA                         Yes
Organization                   and Space            Facilities and                                                                                         costs of functional specialists in this area who are located in centers and state
                               Management           Space            Work Activity Description: Includes rent, utilities, security, and facility & grounds offices, the Washington office, and, to a lesser extent, field offices. This
                               Services             Management       maintenance that cannot be charged to a mission-related goal. Includes real           specialized work benefits a wide range of programs in a way that the work cannot
                                                    Services         property and space management. This does not include the labor charges when           be readily assigned to a direct cost program element.
                                                                     these functions are performed internally.

                                                                     Note: This does not include the cost of employee salaries and benefits or direct     The work captured by this program element is the overall management of
                                                                     costs related to the administration of fixed overhead costs. These should be         Facilities and Space Management and Operations including rent or lease
                                                                     charged to the property management procurement.                                      payments, telephone and utility services, security, facility and grounds
                                                                                                                                                          maintenance, janitorial services, and security for multi-purpose administrative
                                                                                                                                                          buildings. Work described by this program element benefits the entire
                                                                                                                                                          organization in an indirect way, meaning that the costs of this work cannot be
                                                                                                                                                          assigned to an output-producing, direct cost program element, such as EU,
                                                                                                                                                          Process Land Disposal Cases. Support work of a similar nature which directly
                                                                                                                                                          benefits any output-producing program element should be assigned to the
                                                                                                                                                          benefitting program element, or to an appropriate "P" code program element
                                                                                                                                                          (which provides program support for a mission goal). XG should not be used
                                                                                                                                                          unless the benefit to the organization is overarching, or if no appropriate
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                DOI     BLM      DOI Activity    BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                  Description                                 Outputs
    EOG                                                                                        DOI Activity Description                                                          BLM Activity Description                                                     DOI Output   BLM Output                   Notes   Resolution
                Code    Code       Title            Title                                                                                                                                                                                      Consistent?                                Consistent?



Sustain the    65      XH      Manage            Manage            Examples/Notes:                                                                      This program element will normally be used to capture the labor and operations Yes                   NA                         Yes
Organization                   Information and   Records /                                                                                              costs of functional specialists in this area who are located in centers and state
                               Files             Central Files /   Work Activity Description: Manage Information and Files (DOI Work Activity           offices, the Washington office, and, to a lesser extent, field offices. This
                                                 Masilroom /       65) is used to report all work related to both IT information resources as well as   specialized work benefits a wide range of programs in a way that the work cannot
                                                 Library /         Central Files, Mailrooms, and Library/Information Services for developing,           be readily assigned to a direct cost program element. The work captured by this
                                                 Directives        coordinating, and implementing policies, standards, guidelines, reporting, and       program element is the overall management of Bureau records, central files,
                                                 Operations        providing related technical assistance. Reporting for this activity occurs           mailroom work, libraries, GIS, other web based information services and
                                                                   throughout the lifecycle of information, records, data and files.                    directives. Work described by this program element benefits the entire
                                                                                                                                                        organization in an indirect way, meaning that the costs of this work cannot be
                                                                   Use Manage Information and Files (DOI Work Activity 65) for:                         assigned to an output-producing, direct cost program element, such as EU,
                                                                   • Central Files, Mailrooms, Library/Information Services                             Process Land Disposal Cases. Support work of a similar nature which directly
                                                                   • The Federal Records Act and Records Management Initiatives                         benefits any output-producing program element should be assigned to the
                                                                   • The Privacy Act and Privacy Initiatives                                            benefitting program element, or to an appropriate "P" code program element
                                                                   • Privacy Impact Assessments and Records Management Impact Assessments               (which provides program support for a mission goal). XH should not be used
                                                                   • Data analysis for privacy and records management classification and impacts        unless the benefit to the organization is overarching, or if no appropriate
                                                                   • Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request analysis and non-reimbursed              benefitting program element can be identified.
                                                                   fulfillment costs
                                                                   • FOIA and Privacy Act Appeals
                                                                   • Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as Amended
                                                                   • Records Management Policies
                                                                   • Information Quality Guidelines
                                                                   • Web Policies
                                                                   • Establishment and operation of program functions or offices for privacy,
                                                                   Records Management, FOIA, Section 508, and Web
                                                                   • Compliance monitoring and reporting
                                                                   • Awareness and training for privacy, Records Management, FOIA, Section 508,
                                                                   and Web
                                                                   • Operational Data Administration including maintenance, storage, information
                                                                   dissemination, use, control and disposal

                                                                   Manage Information and Files (DOI Work Activity 65) includes the persons, both
                                                                   government FTE and contractor personnel, performing work in this activity, and
                                                                   the supervision and management of these functions, administrative training and
Sustain the    65      BI      Manage            Acquire /         Examples/Notes:                                                                    Geographic Data Acquisition and Maintenance includes: geographic features          Yes                 NA                         Yes
Organization                   Information and   Maintain                                                                                             such as roads, rivers, hydrography, watershed (hydrologic unit) boundaries, place
                               Files             Geographic        Work Activity Description: Manage Information and Files (DOI Work Activity         names, elevation, ownership, general vegetation, ortho photos and remote sensing
                                                 Data              65) is used to report all work related to both IT information resources as well as images.
                                                                   Central Files, Mailrooms, and Library/Information Services for developing,
                                                                   coordinating, and implementing policies, standards, guidelines, reporting, and
                                                                   providing related technical assistance. Reporting for this activity occurs         Work includes: Geographic Data Acquisition and Maintenance such as
                                                                   throughout the lifecycle of information, records, data and files.                  purchasing 7½ or 15 minute topography maps for general office use, initial
                                                                                                                                                      creation or maintenance of geographic data that supports many program
                                                                   Use Manage Information and Files (DOI Work Activity 65) for:                       elements, updating hydrography to meet the Federal Georgraphic Data
                                                                   • Central Files, Mailrooms, Library/Information Services                           Committee (FGDC)standard (National Hydrography Database) and Bureau
                                                                   • The Federal Records Act and Records Management Initiatives                       standards (and associated attributing), and delineating watershed boundaries to
                                                                   • The Privacy Act and Privacy Initiatives                                          meet FGDC and Bureau standards. Also includes management of all GIS spatial
                                                                   • Privacy Impact Assessments and Records Management Impact Assessments             data in ArcLibrarian, ArcSDE or directories.
                                                                   • Data analysis for privacy and records management classification and impacts
                                                                   • Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request analysis and non-reimbursed
                                                                   fulfillment costs                                                                  DOES NOT include costs associated with acquisition or maintenance of data
                                                                   • FOIA and Privacy Act Appeals                                                     related to specific Planning, Inventory, Use Authorization, Implementation or
                                                                   • Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as Amended                        Monitoring efforts, these costs should be coded to the program element that is
                                                                   • Records Management Policies                                                      the driving reason for the GIS support. Examples include:
                                                                   • Information Quality Guidelines
                                                                   • Web Policies
                                                                   • Establishment and operation of program functions or offices for privacy,         • Purchase of aerial photos for the purpose of an Order III Soil Survey. Costs
                                                                   Records Management, FOIA, Section 508, and Web                                     should be coded to BO.
                                                                   • Compliance monitoring and reporting                                              • Acquisition of remote sensing images for classification of wildlife habitats.
                                                                   • Awareness and training for privacy, Records Management, FOIA, Section 508, Costs should be coded to BN
                                                                   and Web
                                                                   • Operational Data Administration including maintenance, storage, information
                                                                   dissemination, use, control and disposal                                           Can include GPS activities for non-cadastral features, if the data relates to many
                                                                                                                                                      programs.
                                                                   Manage Information and Files (DOI Work Activity 65) includes the persons, both
                                                                   government FTE and contractor personnel, performing work in this activity, and
                                                                   the supervision and management of these functions, administrative training and     Note: Spatial data preparation, collection, and maintenance by GCDB processes
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                DOI     BLM      DOI Activity      BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                  Description                                 Outputs
    EOG                                                                                       DOI Activity Description                                                            BLM Activity Description                                                      DOI Output   BLM Output                   Notes   Resolution
                Code    Code       Title              Title                                                                                                                                                                                      Consistent?                                Consistent?



Sustain the    65      HV      Manage             Provide         Examples/Notes:                                                                       Geographic Products and Services includes mapping science product support,         Yes                 NA                         Yes
Organization                   Information and    Geographic                                                                                            coordination with users to develop product specifications, collection and
                               Files              Products /      Work Activity Description: Manage Information and Files (DOI Work Activity            compilation of data, producing geo-spatial products, reproduction services,
                                                  Services        65) is used to report all work related to both IT information resources as well as    supporting plotter operations and plot outputs, product review and acceptance,
                                                                  Central Files, Mailrooms, and Library/Information Services for developing,            product distribution and storage. Work also includes production of hard copies
                                                                  coordinating, and implementing policies, standards, guidelines, reporting, and        and digital maps, custom applications such as user interfaces and templates. Costs
                                                                  providing related technical assistance. Reporting for this activity occurs            associated with incorporating GIS requirements into the development of other
                                                                  throughout the lifecycle of information, records, data and files.                     systems are included. Base map as a back drop for multiple programs may be
                                                                                                                                                        included.
                                                                  Use Manage Information and Files (DOI Work Activity 65) for:
                                                                  • Central Files, Mailrooms, Library/Information Services
                                                                  • The Federal Records Act and Records Management Initiatives                          Geographic products and services include: GIS spatial product support, meetings
                                                                  • The Privacy Act and Privacy Initiatives                                             with users to discuss requirements, spatial analysis, design, outputs, supporting
                                                                  • Privacy Impact Assessments and Records Management Impact Assessments                plotter operations and plot outputs and document analysis. Also includes
                                                                  • Data analysis for privacy and records management classification and impacts         providing Spatial Database Administration, maintenance integrity of all data
                                                                  • Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request analysis and non-reimbursed               layers, design, document and management of data layers in: Arc Librarian, Arc
                                                                  fulfillment costs                                                                     Work spaces or SDE, and managing spatial attributes in Informix, Info, MS
                                                                  • FOIA and Privacy Act Appeals                                                        Access, and/or dbfs.
                                                                  • Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as Amended
                                                                  • Records Management Policies
                                                                  • Information Quality Guidelines                                                      The work also includes development of spatial productivity tools and
                                                                  • Web Policies                                                                        applications, users/managers meetings, requirements definitions writing AMLs,
                                                                  • Establishment and operation of program functions or offices for privacy,            ArcView projects, Avenue scripts or other tools; Testing, documentation and
                                                                  Records Management, FOIA, Section 508, and Web                                        training, maintenance of tools/applications. Work such as development and
                                                                  • Compliance monitoring and reporting                                                 maintenance of geo-spatial Standards & Guides; FGDC, data collection,
                                                                  • Awareness and training for privacy, Records Management, FOIA, Section 508,          attribution, administration and access issues is appropriate. Also includes
                                                                  and Web                                                                               management of Arc coverages previously transferred from GCDB.
                                                                  • Operational Data Administration including maintenance, storage, information
                                                                  dissemination, use, control and disposal
                                                                                                                                                      Costs associated with spatial products and services by GCDB processes should
                                                                  Manage Information and Files (DOI Work Activity 65) includes the persons, both be coded to program elements BL or BM. Digital base maps for planning should
                                                                  government FTE and contractor personnel, performing work in this activity, and be coded to the "D" program elements.
                                                                  the supervision and management of these functions, administrative training and
Sustain the    62      XJ      Perform Financial Maintain         Examples/Notes:                                                                     This program element will normally be used to capture the non-IT labor and          Yes                  NA                         Yes
Organization                   Management        Agency                                                                                               operations costs of system accountants and accountants at the National Business
                               Operations        Financial        Work Activity Description: Tasks include financial activities that support the      Center and Washington Office. This specialized work benefits a wide range of
                                                 Systems and      organization as a whole such as paying bills, collecting receivables, compiling and programs in a way that the work cannot be readily assigned to a direct cost
                                                 Reporting        analyzing financial data, preparing internal (bureau) reports, maintaining general  program element.
                                                 Requirements     ledger, and planning, developing, implementing and maintaining accounting and
                                                                  mixed financial systems.
                                                                                                                                                      The work captured by this program element is the overall non-IT development,
                                                                  Note: Excludes activities that are performed by program offices or that can be      and use of the BLM's integrated appropriation/cost accounting system, and
                                                                  directly related to programs, e.g. an administrative officer certifying a vendor    general ledger and receipt accounting. Work described by this program element
                                                                  invoice for a program.                                                              benefits the entire organization in an indirect way, meaning that the costs of this
                                                                                                                                                      work cannot be assigned to an output-producing, direct cost program element,
                                                                                                                                                      such as EU, Process Land Disposal Cases. Support work of a similar nature
                                                                                                                                                      which directly benefits any output-producing program element should be
                                                                                                                                                      assigned to the benefiting program element, or to an appropriate "P" code
                                                                                                                                                      program element (which provides program support for a mission goal). XJ should
                                                                                                                                                      not be used unless the benefit to the organization is overarching, or if no
                                                                                                                                                      appropriate benefiting program element can be identified.

Sustain the    62      XI      Perform Financial Process          Examples/Notes:                                                                       This program element will normally be used to capture the labor and operations Yes                     NA                         Yes
Organization                   Management        Payments,                                                                                              costs of Accountants and accounting technicians who are located at the national
                               Operations        Billings, and    Work Activity Description: Tasks include financial activities that support the        Business Center. This specialized work benefits a wide range of programs in a
                                                 Collections      organization as a whole such as paying bills, collecting receivables, compiling and   way that the work cannot be readily assigned to a direct cost program element.
                                                                  analyzing financial data, preparing internal (bureau) reports, maintaining general    The work captured by this program element is the overall management of non-
                                                                  ledger, and planning, developing, implementing and maintaining accounting and         procurement related remote data entry (processing internal and external
                                                                  mixed financial systems.                                                              payments, billings, and collections: Work described by this program element
                                                                                                                                                        benefits the entire organization in an indirect way, meaning that the costs of this
                                                                  Note: Excludes activities that are performed by program offices or that can be        work cannot be assigned to an output-producing, direct cost program element,
                                                                  directly related to programs, e.g. an administrative officer certifying a vendor      such as EU, Process Land Disposal Cases. Support work of a similar nature
                                                                  invoice for a program.                                                                which directly benefits any output-producing program element should be
                                                                                                                                                        assigned to the benefitting program element, or to an appropriate "P" code
                                                                                                                                                        program element (which provides program support for a mission goal). XI should
                                                                                                                                                        not be used unless the benefit to the organization is overarching, or if no
                                                                                                                                                        appropriate benefitting program element can be identified.
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                DOI     BLM      DOI Activity   BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                    Description                                 Outputs
    EOG                                                                                       DOI Activity Description                                                              BLM Activity Description                                                   DOI Output   BLM Output                   Notes   Resolution
                Code    Code       Title           Title                                                                                                                                                                                        Consistent?                                Consistent?



Sustain the    63      XK      Provide          Manage             Examples/Notes:                                                                    This program element will normally be used to capture the labor and operations Yes                      NA                         Yes
Organization                   Procurement      Procurement,                                                                                          costs of acquisition specialists/contracting officers who are located in centers and
                               Services         Acquisition, and   Work Activity Description: Includes labor, operations and administration of        state offices, the Washington office, and, to a lesser extent, field offices. This
                                                Agreement          acquisition and procurement functions, administration of acquisition systems (such specialized work benefits a wide range of programs in a way that the work cannot
                                                Activities         as IDEAs) and purchase card programs that support the organization as a whole. be readily assigned to a direct cost program element.

                                                                   Note: Excludes charges that can be readily identified to a specific program.
                                                                                                                                                         The work captured by this program element is the overall management of the
                                                                                                                                                         BLM's acquisition program. Work described by this program element benefits the
                                                                                                                                                         entire organization in an indirect way, meaning that the costs of this work cannot
                                                                                                                                                         be assigned to an output-producing, direct cost program element, such as EU,
                                                                                                                                                         Process Land Disposal Cases. Support work of a similar nature which directly
                                                                                                                                                         benefits any output-producing program element should be assigned to the
                                                                                                                                                         benefitting program element, or to an appropriate "P" code program element
                                                                                                                                                         (which provides program support for a mission goal). XK should not be used
                                                                                                                                                         unless the benefit to the organization is overarching, or if no appropriate
                                                                                                                                                         benefitting program element can be identified.

Sustain the    61      XL      Support Human    Provide            Examples/Notes:                                                                       This program element will normally be used to capture the labor and operations Yes                   NA                         Yes
Organization                   Resources        Personnel                                                                                                costs of BLM human resource specialists who are located in centers and state
                                                Services           Work Activity Description: Tasks include developing and implementing policies         offices, the Washington office, and, to a lesser extent, field offices. This
                                                                   and procedures and providing guidance. It includes some overarching operations        specialized work benefits a wide range of programs in a way that the work cannot
                                                                   such as job fairs, and providing personnel services to bureau and department          be readily assigned to a direct cost program element.
                                                                   employees and supervisors. This activity does not include human resource
                                                                   processing activities for specific programs, such as, developing job descriptions,
                                                                   developing employee documents (e.g., SF-50s, retirement paperwork, health             The work captured by this program element is the overall management of the
                                                                   benefit forms, retention registers, etc. for employees in the field) that should be   BLM's human resources. Work described by this program element benefits the
                                                                   charged to specific programs. This activity also does not include costs associated    entire organization in an indirect way, meaning that the costs of this work cannot
                                                                   with labor and employee relations, equal opportunity, civil rights and workforce      be assigned to an output-producing, direct cost program element, such as EU,
                                                                   diversity, which are covered under DOI Work Activity 76 – Administer Employee         Process Land Disposal Cases. Support work of a similar nature that directly
                                                                   and Labor Relations; DOI Work Activity 77 – Administer External Civil Rights;         benefits any output-producing program element should be assigned to the
                                                                   and DOI Work Activity 78 – Administer Internal Civil Rights.                          benefitting program element, or to an appropriate "P" code program element
                                                                                                                                                         (which provides program support for a mission goal). XL should not be used
                                                                                                                                                         unless the benefit to the organization is overarching, or if no appropriate
                                                                                                                                                         benefitting program element can be identified.


Sustain the    61      XM      Support Human    Provide            Examples/Notes:                                                                       This program element will normally be used to capture the labor and operations Yes                   NA                         Yes
Organization                   Resources        Employee                                                                                                 costs of training specialists and other employees who develop training and who
                                                Development        Work Activity Description: Tasks include developing and implementing policies         are located in the Phoenix Training Center, other centers and state offices, and
                                                and Training       and procedures and providing guidance. It includes some overarching operations        the Washington office, and, to a lesser extent, field offices. This specialized work
                                                                   such as job fairs, and providing personnel services to bureau and department          benefits a wide range of programs in a way that the work cannot be readily
                                                                   employees and supervisors. This activity does not include human resource              assigned to a direct cost program element. The work captured by this program
                                                                   processing activities for specific programs, such as, developing job descriptions,    element is the overall development and management of employee training. Work
                                                                   developing employee documents (e.g., SF-50s, retirement paperwork, health             described by this program element benefits the entire organization in an indirect
                                                                   benefit forms, retention registers, etc. for employees in the field) that should be   way, meaning that the costs of this work cannot be assigned to an output-
                                                                   charged to specific programs. This activity also does not include costs associated    producing, direct cost program element, such as EU, Process Land Disposal
                                                                   with labor and employee relations, equal opportunity, civil rights and workforce      Cases. Support work of a similar nature which directly benefits any output-
                                                                   diversity, which are covered under DOI Work Activity 76 – Administer Employee         producing program element should be assigned to the benefitting program
                                                                   and Labor Relations; DOI Work Activity 77 – Administer External Civil Rights;         element, or to an appropriate "P" code program element (which provides
                                                                   and DOI Work Activity 78 – Administer Internal Civil Rights.                          program support for a mission goal). XM should not be used unless the benefit to
                                                                                                                                                         the organization is overarching, or if no appropriate benefitting program element
                                                                                                                                                         can be identified.
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                DOI     BLM      DOI Activity     BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                   Description                                 Outputs
    EOG                                                                                       DOI Activity Description                                                           BLM Activity Description                                                       DOI Output   BLM Output                   Notes   Resolution
                Code    Code       Title             Title                                                                                                                                                                                       Consistent?                                Consistent?



Sustain the    78      XN      Administer         Administer       Examples/Notes: Note: Use DOI Work Activity 76 - Administer Employee and            Administer Internal Civil Rights (XN) captures all costs to implement 29 C.F.R.     Yes                 NA                         Yes
Organization                   Internal Civil     Internal Civil   Labor Relations, not DOI Work Activity 78 - Administer Internal Civil Rights, for   1614 and EEOC management Directive 715. Costs are not limited to the work
                               Rights             Rights           complaints of discrimination based on sexual orientation. These are internal        of EEO employees, but also include the work of any Office of Bureau
                                                                   departmental processes, not Title VII matters. DOI Work Activity 78 -               employees engaged in responding to and resolving civil rights and equal
                                                                   Administer Internal Civil Rights relates to Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of    opportunity complaints. Also includes the cost of settlement agreements.
                                                                   1964.

                                                                   Work Activity Description: Administer Internal Civil Rights (DOI Work Activity Administer Internal Civil Rights (XN) includes the following work activities:
                                                                   78) captures all costs to implement 29 C.F.R. 1614 and EEOC management
                                                                   Directive 715. Costs are not limited to the work of EEO employees, but also
                                                                   include the work of any Office of Bureau employees engaged in responding to         At the pre-complaint stage:
                                                                   and resolving civil rights and equal opportunity complaints. Also includes the cost
                                                                   of settlement agreements.
                                                                                                                                                       • Providing pre-complaint counseling to all EEO pre-complaints; attempting
                                                                   Administer Internal Civil Rights (DOI Work Activity 78) includes the following      resolution of the issues, conducting a limited inquiry, and creating a Report of
                                                                   work activities:                                                                    Counseling.
                                                                                                                                                       • Organizing and assisting with Alternate Dispute Resolution (ADR) activities
                                                                   At the pre-complaint stage:                                                         during the pre-complaint stage, and track and monitor all data related to the pre-
                                                                   • Providing pre-complaint counseling to all EEO pre-complainants; attempting        complaint stage.
                                                                   resolution of the issues, conducting a limited inquiry, and creating a Report of    • Providing direction and guidance to all customers regarding the pre-complaint
                                                                   Counseling.                                                                         stage, including managers, supervisors, employees, and representatives.
                                                                   • Organizing and assisting with Alternate Dispute Resolution (ADR) activities
                                                                   during the pre-complaint stage, and track and monitor all data related to the pre-
                                                                   complaint stage;                                                                    At the complaint stage:
                                                                   • Providing direction and guidance to all customers regarding the pre-complaint
                                                                   stage, including managers, supervisors, employees, and representatives.
                                                                                                                                                       • Accepting/rejecting formal complaints for investigation;
                                                                   At the complaint stage:                                                             • Arranging for and overseeing an investigation by a contract investigator;
                                                                   • Accepting/rejecting formal complaints for investigation;                          • Reviewing the Report of Investigation;
                                                                   • Arranging for and overseeing an investigation by a contract investigator;         • Assisting Human Resources and Solicitor with document requests related to the
                                                                   • Reviewing the Report of Investigation;                                            hearing;
                                                                   • Assisting Human Resources and Solicitor with document requests related to the • Attending hearings and responding to and reviewing depositions;
                                                                   hearing;                                                                            • Tracking all formal complaints;
Sustain the    67      XP      Perform Planning   Conduct          Examples/Notes:                                                                     This program element will normally be used to capture the labor and operations Yes                      NA                         Yes
Organization                                      Management                                                                                           costs of Management and Program Analysts, and their administrative support
                                                  Analysis and     Work Activity Description: These activities include strategic planning,             staff, who are located in centers and state offices, the Washington office, and, to
                                                  Studies          performance planning measurement and reporting, workforce planning,                 a lesser extent, field offices. This specialized work benefits a wide range of
                                                                   organizational development, evaluations, and management analysis for the            programs in a way that the work cannot be readily assigned to a direct cost
                                                                   organization as a whole. Includes supervision, management, and general              program element.
                                                                   administrative support of these functions.

                                                                   Note: Excluded from this are planning activities that can be charged to specific    The work captured by this program element is the overall conduct of
                                                                   program related goals.                                                              organizational development studies, process improvement, strategic planning,
                                                                                                                                                       performance measurement, audits and evaluations, and management analysis
                                                                                                                                                       work, Work described by this program element benefits the entire organization in
                                                                                                                                                       an indirect way, meaning that the costs of this work cannot be assigned to an
                                                                                                                                                       output-producing, direct cost program element, such as EU, Process Land
                                                                                                                                                       Disposal Cases. Support work of a similar nature which directly benefits any
                                                                                                                                                       output-producing program element should be assigned to the benefitting program
                                                                                                                                                       element, or to an appropriate "P" code program element (which provides
                                                                                                                                                       program support for a mission goal). XP should not be used unless the benefit to
                                                                                                                                                       the organization is overarching, or if no appropriate benefitting program element
                                                                                                                                                       can be identified.
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                DOI     BLM      DOI Activity     BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                  Description                                 Outputs
    EOG                                                                                      DOI Activity Description                                                             BLM Activity Description                                                     DOI Output   BLM Output                   Notes   Resolution
                Code    Code       Title             Title                                                                                                                                                                                      Consistent?                                Consistent?



Sustain the    77      XQ      Administer        Administer       Examples/Notes: This work relates to Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964;        Includes all costs of monitoring, evaluating and adjudicating civil rights     Yes                    NA                         Yes
Organization                   External Civil    External Civil   Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972; the Age Discrimination Act of           compliance and enforcement functions covering equal opportunity and federally
                               Rights            Rights           1975; Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act; sections 504 and 508 of the    funded/assisted education and training programs with State and local
                                                                  Rehabilitation Act; Executive Orders 13160 and 13166; 43 CFR 27 –                     governments. Costs are not limited to the work of EEO employees, but also
                                                                  Nondiscrimination in Activities Conducted under Permits, Rights-of-way, Public        include the work of any Office of Bureau employees engaged in responding to
                                                                  land orders, and Federal Authorizations Granted or Issued under Title II of Public    and resolving civil rights and equal opportunity complaints. Also includes the
                                                                  Law 93-153 (Trans-Alaskan Oil Pipeline); and 43 CFR 34 – Requirements for             cost of settlement agreements.
                                                                  Equal Opportunity During Construction and Operation of the Alaska Natural Gas
                                                                  Transportation System.
                                                                                                                                                        Administer External Civil Rights (XQ) includes the folowing work activities:
                                                                  Work Activity Description: Includes all costs of monitoring, evaluating and
                                                                  adjudicating civil rights compliance and enforcement functions covering equal
                                                                  opportunity and federally funded/assisted education and training programs with        • Conduct compliance reviews of recipients of Federal financial assistance and
                                                                  State and local governments. Costs are not limited to the work of EEO                 federally conducted programs, activities and services;
                                                                  employees, but also include the work of any Office of Bureau employees engaged        • Investigate complaints of alleged discrimination filed by actual and potential
                                                                  in responding to and resolving civil rights and equal opportunity complaints. Also    recipients of Federal assistance;
                                                                  includes the cost of settlement agreements.                                           • Conduct fact-finding inquiries on complaints filed by the public against DOI-
                                                                                                                                                        conducted programs and activities;
                                                                  Administer External Civil Rights (DOI Work Activity 77) includes the following        • Facilitate informal resolution of conflicts whenever possible;
                                                                  work activities:                                                                      • Oversee/monitor federally funded/assisted education and training programs,
                                                                                                                                                        and State/local government programs receiving federal assistance to administer
                                                                  • Conduct compliance reviews of recipients of Federal financial assistance and        civil rights compliance and enforcement;
                                                                  federally conducted programs, activities and services;                                • Conduct pattern and practice race discrimination analyses of recipient
                                                                  • Investigate complaints of alleged discrimination filed by actual and potential      workforce where appropriate;
                                                                  recipients of Federal assistance;                                                     • Ensure that both DOI and recipient programs and activities are provided
                                                                  • Conduct fact-finding inquiries on complaints filed by the public against DOI-       equally to persons with limited English proficiency;
                                                                  conducted programs and activities;                                                    • Establish and facilitate liasons and partnerships with minority and other
                                                                  • Facilitate informal resolution of conflicts whenever possible;                      multicultural groups with both DOI and recipients to help carry out civil rights
                                                                  • Oversee/monitor federally funded/assisted education and training programs,          mandates;
                                                                  and State/local government programs receiving federal assistance to administer        • Ensure that recipient practices and policies do not adversely impact minority or
                                                                  civil rights compliance and enforcement;                                              low income communities;
                                                                  • Conduct pattern and practice race discrimination analyses of recipient workforce    • Provide training and technical assistance to DOI staff, recipient officials, public
                                                                  where appropriate;                                                                    beneficiaries and other stakeholders in accomplishing civil rights mandates and to
Sustain the    80      XR      Plan IT Invstments Provide         Examples/Notes:                                                                       This specialized work benefits a wide range of programs in a way that the work Yes                    NA                         Yes
Organization                                      Support for                                                                                           cannot be readily assigned to a direct cost IT program element. The work
                                                  Information     Work Activity Description: Plan IT Investments (DOI Work Activity 80) is to be        captured by this program element is the overall management of information
                                                  Technology      used when planning for new IT investments, the planning and modernization or          technology in the BLM. Work described by this program element it IT related,
                                                                  major enhancement of existing IT investments, and all work related to IT              benefits the entire organization in an indirect way, and can not be charged to
                                                                  prototypes.                                                                           another IT PE (XA-XF). Support for IT includes labor and incidental operational
                                                                                                                                                        costs that are direct actions not covered by another specific program element, or
                                                                  Reporting under this activity correlates to the planning component of IT              is program leadership, planning and direction, coordination, or general
                                                                  investment Development/ Modernization/Enhancement reporting for individual            administrative support. This program element can be used by all employees at all
                                                                  investments, systems, or projects planned in the Exhibit 300 and parts 1, 2 or 4 of   levels of the BLM organization (i.e., WO, State, Field Office, CIOs, other IT
                                                                  the Exhibit 53 and the Pre-Select and Select Phases of the Capital Planning and       specialists, natural resource specialists, etc.). Please note that non-IT program
                                                                  Investment Control (CPIC) Process. CPIC and Project Management program                staff members should use this program element when working on non-project
                                                                  costs should be reported under DOI Work Activity 84 - Perform Capital Planning        specific or over-arching IT related work as described above.
                                                                  and Project Management.

                                                                  Use Plan IT Investments (DOI Work Activity 80) for:
                                                                  • Analyzing requirements based upon, but not including the costs of, business
                                                                  process re-engineering. Assessing and planning for requirements unique to this IT
                                                                  investment, including necessary policy and procedures, information/data, security,
                                                                  architecture, and infrastructure
                                                                  • Determining project feasibility
                                                                  • Project management and planning directly related to an IT development,
                                                                  modernization, and major enhancement
                                                                  • Evaluating hardware and software options and methods
                                                                  • Performing life cycle costs analysis and planning
                                                                  • Performing a cost benefit analysis by assessing the benefits, risks, and risk-
                                                                  adjusted life-cycle costs of alternative solutions
                                                                  • Determining organizational impacts of the IT investment and alternatives
                                                                  • Coordinating with customers, stakeholders, and users on the IT investment
                                                                  • Establishing realistic cost, schedule, and performance goals before either
                                                                  proceeding to full acquisition of an IT investment or useful segment or
                                                                  terminating the investment or a legacy system
                                                                  • Development and submission of all capital planning and investment control
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                DOI     BLM      DOI Activity       BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                   Description                                 Outputs
    EOG                                                                                         DOI Activity Description                                                           BLM Activity Description                                                       DOI Output   BLM Output                   Notes   Resolution
                Code    Code       Title               Title                                                                                                                                                                                       Consistent?                                Consistent?



Sustain the    80      XA      Plan IT Invstments Plan and          Examples/Notes:                                                                      IT Systems Development is used when planning and developing IT systems.            Yes                  NA                         Yes
Organization                                      Develop IT                                                                                             Related costs include costs associated with conducting needs assessment, project
                                                  Systems           Work Activity Description: Plan IT Investments (DOI Work Activity 80) is to be       planning, management, and budgeting; coordination with users; evaluating user
                                                                    used when planning for new IT investments, the planning and modernization or         requirements to determine changes; determining project feasibility; evaluations of
                                                                    major enhancement of existing IT investments, and all work related to IT             hardware and software options and methods; determining organizational impacts;
                                                                    prototypes.                                                                          performing life cycle costs and planning; purchasing of development platform;
                                                                                                                                                         development of software application and incremental reviews; creating system
                                                                 Reporting under this activity correlates to the planning component of IT                and user documentation.
                                                                 investment Development/ Modernization/Enhancement reporting for individual
                                                                 investments, systems, or projects planned in the Exhibit 300 and parts 1, 2 or 4 of
                                                                 the Exhibit 53 and the Pre-Select and Select Phases of the Capital Planning and     Telecommunications development should be recorded in XC.
                                                                 Investment Control (CPIC) Process. CPIC and Project Management program
                                                                 costs should be reported under DOI Work Activity 84 - Perform Capital Planning
                                                                 and Project Management.                                                             This program element includes the supervision and management of these
                                                                                                                                                     functions, administrative training and meetings for employees performing these
                                                                 Use Plan IT Investments (DOI Work Activity 80) for:                                 functions, and general administrative support staff typically doing local office
                                                                 • Analyzing requirements based upon, but not including the costs of, business       support for employees performing these functions.
                                                                 process re-engineering. Assessing and planning for requirements unique to this IT
                                                                 investment, including necessary policy and procedures, information/data, security,
                                                                 architecture, and infrastructure
                                                                 • Determining project feasibility
                                                                 • Project management and planning directly related to an IT development,
                                                                 modernization, and major enhancement
                                                                 • Evaluating hardware and software options and methods
                                                                 • Performing life cycle costs analysis and planning
                                                                 • Performing a cost benefit analysis by assessing the benefits, risks, and risk-
                                                                 adjusted life-cycle costs of alternative solutions
                                                                 • Determining organizational impacts of the IT investment and alternatives
                                                                 • Coordinating with customers, stakeholders, and users on the IT investment
                                                                 • Establishing realistic cost, schedule, and performance goals before either
                                                                 proceeding to full acquisition of an IT investment or useful segment or
                                                                 terminating the investment or a legacy system
                                                                 • Development and submission of all capital planning and investment control
Sustain the    80      XE      Plan IT Invstments Provide Data   Examples/Notes:                                                                     Provide Data Administration is used by staff providing data administration            Yes                   NA                         Yes
Organization                                      Administration                                                                                     direction and policy concerning collection, creation, maintenance, storage,
                                                                 Work Activity Description: Plan IT Investments (DOI Work Activity 80) is to be information dissemination, use control and disposal of a specific data resource
                                                                 used when planning for new IT investments, the planning and modernization or        (not including the actual cost of collecting or obtaining the data). Included in this
                                                                 major enhancement of existing IT investments, and all work related to IT            element are such items as policy development for electronic commerce,
                                                                 prototypes.                                                                         information exchange, customer service, Web-based integration, as well as work
                                                                                                                                                     on establishing national data standards and identifying data requirements. Work
                                                                 Reporting under this activity correlates to the planning component of IT            associated with the development of the Corporate Data Dictionary, its
                                                                 investment Development/ Modernization/Enhancement reporting for individual requirements and maintenance, requirements and products involving Data
                                                                 investments, systems, or projects planned in the Exhibit 300 and parts 1, 2 or 4 of warehousing, the Management Information System and Metadata documentation
                                                                 the Exhibit 53 and the Pre-Select and Select Phases of the Capital Planning and     are included in this Program Element. This PE does not include costs related to
                                                                 Investment Control (CPIC) Process. CPIC and Project Management program              data collection and updating or maintenance activities; those should be coded to
                                                                 costs should be reported under DOI Work Activity 84 - Perform Capital Planning the benefiting subactivity and program element.
                                                                 and Project Management.

                                                                    Use Plan IT Investments (DOI Work Activity 80) for:                                  This program element includes the supervision and management of these
                                                                    • Analyzing requirements based upon, but not including the costs of, business        functions, administrative training and meetings for employees performing these
                                                                    process re-engineering. Assessing and planning for requirements unique to this IT    functions, and general administrative support staff typically doing local office
                                                                    investment, including necessary policy and procedures, information/data, security,   support for employees performing these functions.
                                                                    architecture, and infrastructure
                                                                    • Determining project feasibility
                                                                    • Project management and planning directly related to an IT development,
                                                                    modernization, and major enhancement
                                                                    • Evaluating hardware and software options and methods
                                                                    • Performing life cycle costs analysis and planning
                                                                    • Performing a cost benefit analysis by assessing the benefits, risks, and risk-
                                                                    adjusted life-cycle costs of alternative solutions
                                                                    • Determining organizational impacts of the IT investment and alternatives
                                                                    • Coordinating with customers, stakeholders, and users on the IT investment
                                                                    • Establishing realistic cost, schedule, and performance goals before either
                                                                    proceeding to full acquisition of an IT investment or useful segment or
                                                                    terminating the investment or a legacy system
                                                                    • Development and submission of all capital planning and investment control
Sustain the    73      XS      Prepare Program     Prepare          Examples/Notes:                                                                      Includes all tasks to prepare reports for entities external to the bureaus, such as Yes                 NA                         Yes
Organization                   Performance and     Financial                                                                                             the Annual Performance and Accountability Report, Submissions to the
                               Financial           Management       Work Activity Description: Includes all tasks to prepare reports for entities        Department, FACTS II and the Statement of Accountability and/or Statement of
                               Management          Reports          external to the bureaus, such as the Annual Performance and Accountability           Transactions (SF-224 or SF-1219/1220).
                               Reports                              Report, Submissions to the Department, FACTS II and the Statement of
                                                                    Accountability and/or Statement of Transactions (SF-224 or SF-1219/1220).
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                DOI     BLM      DOI Activity     BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                   Description                                 Outputs
    EOG                                                                                      DOI Activity Description                                                           BLM Activity Description                                                        DOI Output   BLM Output                   Notes   Resolution
                Code    Code       Title             Title                                                                                                                                                                                       Consistent?                                Consistent?



Sustain the    76      XT      Administer         Administer      Examples/Notes: Note: Use DOI Work Activity 76 - Administer Employee and Provide guidance and assistance to management and employees regarding all                       Yes                 NA                         Yes
Organization                   Employee and       Employee and Labor Relations, not DOI Work Activity 78 - Admnister Internal Civil Rights, for work associated with Employee Relations (ER)/Labor Relations (LR) issues,
                               Labor Relations    Labor Relations complaints of discrimination based on sexual orientation. These are internal     including grievances, disciplinary and performance-based actions, unfair labor
                                                                  departmental processes, not Title VII matters.                                   practices and negotiations, Inspector General and other administrative
                                                                                                                                                   investigations. Work activities also include processing incentive awards;
                                                                  Work Activity Description: Provide guidance and assistance to management and conducting personnel security; determining employee suitability; and managing
                                                                  employees regarding all work associated with Employee Relations (ER)/Labor       the employee assistance program, ethics program and performance management
                                                                  Relations (LR) issues, including grievances, disciplinary and performance-based  system.
                                                                  actions, unfair labor practices and negotiations, Inspector General and other
                                                                  administrative investigations. Work activities also include processing incentive
                                                                  awards; conducting personnel security; determining employee suitability; and
                                                                  managing the employee assistance program, ethics program and performance
                                                                  management system.

Sustain the    60      XW      Perform Budget     Conduct         Examples/Notes:                                                                   This program element will normally be used to capture the labor and operations Yes                         NA                         Yes
Organization                   Duties             Budget                                                                                            costs of Budget Officers, Program/Management Analysts, and administrative
                                                  Formulation /   Work Activity Description: All tasks associated with budget development,          assistants who are located in centers and state offices, the Washington office, and,
                                                  Exeution and    formulation and execution that support the organization as a whole. Tasks include to a lesser extent, field offices. This specialized work benefits a wide range of
                                                  Cost            analysis, preparation, submission, justification and monitoring of budget data.   programs in a way that the work cannot be readily assigned to a direct cost
                                                  Management                                                                                        program element.
                                                  Activities      Note: Excluded from this are budget activities that can be charged to specific
                                                                  program related goals. An example of program related budgeting is the cost of a
                                                                  program leader, administrative assistant, or branch chief developing a recreation The work captured by this program element is budget formulation, execution,
                                                                  budget.                                                                           and cost management. Work described by this program element benefits the
                                                                                                                                                    entire organization in an indirect way, meaning that the costs of this work cannot
                                                                                                                                                    be assigned to an output-producing, direct cost program element, such as EU,
                                                                                                                                                    Process Land Disposal Cases. Support work of a similar nature which directly
                                                                                                                                                    benefits any output-producing program element should be assigned to the
                                                                                                                                                    benefitting program element, or to an appropriate "P" code program element
                                                                                                                                                    (which provides program support for a mission goal). XW should not be used
                                                                                                                                                    unless the benefit to the organization is overarching, or if no appropriate
                                                                                                                                                    benefitting program element can be identified.

Sustain the    68      XX      Provide Central    Provide         Examples/Notes:                                                                    This program element will normally be used to capture the labor and operations        Yes                 NA                         Yes
Organization                   Leadership         Strategic                                                                                          costs of the BLM director, deputy director, and assistant directors in the
                                                  Leadership      Work Activity Description: Includes costs of the executive managers (executive     Washington Office, and state and center directors, associate state and center
                                                                  and senior executives’ immediate offices), when labor and other office costs       directors. This work benefits a wide range of programs in a way that the work
                                                                  cannot be directly charged to a program activity.                                  cannot be readily assigned to a direct cost program element.

                                                                  Includes costs associated with the administration and implementation of the
                                                                  Department’s Activity Based Cost Management Program                                The work captured by this program element is the executive leadership of the
                                                                                                                                                     BLM, and includes setting policy, interacting with stakeholders, and providing
                                                                                                                                                     strategic direction. Work described by this program element benefits the entire
                                                                                                                                                     organization in an indirect way, meaning that the costs of this work cannot be
                                                                                                                                                     assigned to an output-producing, direct cost program element, such as EU,
                                                                                                                                                     Process Land Disposal Cases. Support work of a similar nature which directly
                                                                                                                                                     benefits any output-producing program element should be assigned to the
                                                                                                                                                     benefitting program element, or to an appropriate "P" code program element
                                                                                                                                                     (which provides program support for a mission goal). XX should not be used
                                                                                                                                                     unless the benefit to the organization is overarching, or if no appropriate
                                                                                                                                                     benefitting program element can be identified. XX, in addition, should not be
                                                                                                                                                     used by Deputy State Directors, Field Managers, or other state office/field office
Sustain the    66      XZ      Provide Other      Provide         Examples/Notes:                                                                    managers or supervisors. normally be used to capture the labor and operations Yes
                                                                                                                                                     This program element will                                                                                 NA                         Yes
Organization                   Management         Personal                                                                                           costs of functional specialists in this area who are located in centers and state
                               Support Services   Property,       Work Activity Description: Includes labor and operations costs of safety           offices, the Washington office, and, to a lesser extent, field offices. This
                                                  Vehicle Fleet   awareness programs, health units, Employee Assistance Programs, personal           specialized work benefits a wide range of programs in a way that the work cannot
                                                  Management      property, moving services, vehicle fleet management, etc. that cannot be charged   be readily assigned to a direct cost program element.
                                                  Services and    to a mission-related goal. Does not include real property (facilities and space
                                                  Othr            management) activities.
                                                  Management                                                                                         The work captured by this program element is the overall management of
                                                  Support                                                                                            Property, the Vehicle Fleet and other operational fixed costs not found in other
                                                  Services                                                                                           X PEs (such as, postage; express mail; courier costs; office supplies used to stock
                                                                                                                                                     supply room used by all employees). Work described by this program element
                                                                                                                                                     benefits the entire organization in an indirect way, meaning that the costs of this
                                                                                                                                                     work cannot be assigned to an output-producing, direct cost program element,
                                                                                                                                                     such as EU, Process Land Disposal Cases. Support work of a similar nature
                                                                                                                                                     which directly benefits any output-producing program element should be
                                                                                                                                                     assigned to the benefitting program element, or to an appropriate "P" code
                                                                                                                                                     program element (which provides program support for a mission goal). XZ
                                                                                                                                                     should not be used unless the benefit to the organization is overarching, or if no
                                                                                                                                                     appropriate benefitting program element can be identified.
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                DOI     BLM      DOI Activity     BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                     Description                                          Outputs
    EOG                                                                                        DOI Activity Description                                                             BLM Activity Description                                                       DOI Output        BLM Output                           Notes         Resolution
                Code    Code       Title             Title                                                                                                                                                                                         Consistent?                                         Consistent?



Sustain the    66      XO      Provide Other      Provide Safety   Examples/Notes:                                                                       This program element will normally be used to capture the labor and operations      Yes                 NA                                 Yes
Organization                   Management         Program                                                                                                costs of safety specialists and other employees who provide safety support and
                               Support Services   Services         Work Activity Description: Includes labor and operations costs of safety              who are located in the centers and state offices, and the Washington office, and,
                                                                   awareness programs, health units, Employee Assistance Programs, personal              to a lesser extent, field offices. This specialized work benefits a wide range of
                                                                   property, moving services, vehicle fleet management, etc. that cannot be charged      programs in a way that the work cannot be readily assigned to a direct cost
                                                                   to a mission-related goal. Does not include real property (facilities and space       program element.
                                                                   management) activities.

                                                                                                                                                   The work captured by this program element is the overall management of the
                                                                                                                                                   BLM Safety Program, to include safety program planning, safety evaluations and
                                                                                                                                                   inspections, the oversight function for accident investigation and reporting, safety
                                                                                                                                                   record keeping, safety training and education, safety awareness and promotion,
                                                                                                                                                   risk management, hazard analysis, counter measure development, and safety
                                                                                                                                                   regulatory compliance. Work described by this program element benefits the
                                                                                                                                                   entire organization in an indirect way, meaning that the costs of this work cannot
                                                                                                                                                   be assigned to an output-producing, direct cost program element, such as EU,
                                                                                                                                                   Process Land Disposal Cases. Support work of a similar nature which directly
                                                                                                                                                   benefits any output-producing program element should be assigned to the
                                                                                                                                                   benefitting program element, or to an appropriate "P" code program element
Cross Cut      Q4      BX      Manage Public      Manage Public Work Activity Description: Public Land Records Management includes all costs       Public provides program support includes all goal). XM should not be used
                                                                                                                                                   (which Land Records Managementfor a missioncosts associated with the creation, Yes                            Public land         Records created Yes
                               Land Records       Land Records associated with the creation, except cadastral survey plats and field notes and     except cadastral survey plats and field notes and maintenance of the Public Land                              tenure records      or updated
                                                                maintenance of Public Land Tenure Records. All costs required to provide public Tenure Records. All costs required to provide public access to those records, and                                created or
                                                                access to those records, and the management and docketing of those records, as     the management and docketing of those records, as well as all costs of posting                                updated
                                                                well as all costs of posting these records to a website.                           these records to a web site.
                                                                Includes managing cadastral and patent records, ANCSA 17(b) easement records,
                                                                master title plats, legal land descriptions, archiving, scanning and microfilming.
                                                                Also includes the work associated with the filing of the western states duplicate  Includes managing cadastral and patent records, ANCSA 17(b) easement
                                                                cadastral survey records.                                                          records, master title plats, legal land descriptions, archiving, scanning and
                                                                                                                                                   microfilming. Also includes the work associated with the filing of the Western
                                                                                                                                                   States duplicate cadastral survey records filed at Eastern States.

Cross Cut      9L      FO      Process Land       Process Land     Work Activity Description: Includes all costs associated with resource data           This program element includes all acquistions efforts to process exchanges. Costs Yes                   Acres of land or    Acres acquired Yes
                               Acquisitions       Exchanges -      collection (e.g., NEPA, mineral reports, Section 106 compliance, Section 7            coded to the program element include: resource data collection, (e.g., NEPA,                            interests in land   in exchange
                                                  Acquisitions     consultation, environmental site assessments (ESA) reports, local community           environmental site assessment (ESA) reports consistent with American Society                            acquired
                                                                   considerations (planning), appraisals and appraisal reviews); preparation of Land     for Testing and Materials (ASTM), mineral reports, Section 106 compliance,
                                                                   and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) funding requests; survey of property(ies);         Section 7 consultations, GIS and other supporting efforts, etc.); adjudication,
                                                                   exchange agreements; collection and receipt of payments, etc.; land status checks,    including land status checks, preparation of acquisition and patent documents,
                                                                   preparation and issuance of acquisition and patent and other conveyance               docketing, etc.; appraisals; exchange agreements, public notices, etc.;
                                                                   documents; records notation; land classification preparation and publication; and     determination, collection and receipt of processing costs and equalization
                                                                   other public notice documentation, protests and appeals, determination, collection    payments, management of ledger accounts; and, management approval of
                                                                   and receipt of processing costs and equalization payments, management of ledger       exchange proposals, issuance of patents, acceptance of title, etc.
                                                                   accounts, management approval of exchange proposals, issuance of patents,
                                                                   acceptance of title, et al.

Cross Cut      4K      GV      Construct          Administrative   Examples/Notes: Capital Improvement is the construction of a new facility, or                                                                                             No                  Square footage of Sq. Ft.          Yes              Provide activity
                               buildings          Site Condition   the expansion or extension of an existing facility to accommodate a change of                                                                                                                 area constructed                                    definition.
                                                  Assessment -     function or unmet programmatic needs. Methods of accomplishing Capital
                                                  Bldg.            Improvements are:

                                                                   • New Construction: The erection, installation, or assembly of a new facility.
                                                                   • Alteration (for change of function, without expansion): Work to change the
                                                                   function of an existing facility or any of its components.
                                                                   • Expansion: Increasing the capacity or size of a facility to serve needs different
                                                                   from, or significantly greater than, those originally intended.

                                                                   Note: This activity is used for other structures/non-buildings construction work
                                                                   related to any of the End Outcome Goals or Intermediate Outcome Strategies
                                                                   within DOI’s Strategic Plan.
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             DOI     BLM      DOI Activity     BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                Description                                         Outputs
   EOG                                                                                    DOI Activity Description                                                             BLM Activity Description                                                    DOI Output        BLM Output                          Notes         Resolution
             Code    Code       Title             Title                                                                                                                                                                                    Consistent?                                        Consistent?



Cross Cut   5Z      GX      Maintain Bridges   Bridge         Examples/Notes: Maintenance is the upkeep of constructed facilities and                                                                                               No                   Maintained          Bridges        Yes             Provide activity
                                               Condition      structures and capitalized equipment necessary to realize the originally anticipated                                                                                                       bridges.            Assessed                       definition.
                                               Assessments    useful life of the fixed assets. Methods of accomplishing Maintenance are:

                                                              1. Annual Maintenance is Maintenance performed to repair failures during the
                                                              year in which they occur. Includes preventive and/or cyclic maintenance
                                                              performed in the year in which it is scheduled to occur. Annual Maintenance can
                                                              be performed through:
                                                              • Repair: Work to restore a damaged, broken, or worn-out facility, facility
                                                              component, or item of equipment to normal operating condition.
                                                              • Preventive Maintenance: Scheduled servicing; repairs; inspections; adjustments;
                                                              and replacement of parts that result in fewer breakdowns and fewer premature
                                                              replacements and achieve the expected life of facilities and equipment
                                                              • Cyclic Maintenance: Preventive maintenance activities that recur on a periodic
                                                              and scheduled cycle of greater than 1 year.

                                                              2. Deferred Maintenance is Maintenance that was not performed when it should
                                                              have been or when it was scheduled and which, therefore, was put off or delayed
                                                              for a future period. This also includes work performed to correct facilities
                                                              deficiencies where there is noncompliance to codes (e.g. life safety, ADA, OSHA,
                                                              environmental, etc.) and other regulatory or Executive Order compliance
                                                              requirements. Deferred Maintenance can be preformed through:
                                                              • Repair: Work to restore a damaged, broken, or worn-out facility, facility
                                                              component, or item of equipment to normal operating condition.
                                                              • Rehabilitation (without expansion or change of function): Renovation of an
                                                              existing facility or any of its components in order to restore and/or extend the life
                                                              of the facility.
                                                              • Replacement: Substitution or exchange of one existing facility, facility
                                                              component, or item of equipment for another having the capacity to perform the
                                                              same function.
                                                              • Demolition: Dismantling and removal, or surplus of a deteriorated or otherwise
                                                              unneeded facility or item of equipment, including necessary clean-up work.
Cross Cut   9L      HN      Process Land       Process Land   Work Activity Description: Includes all costs associated with resource data             This program element includes all efforts to process Purchase/Donation of land Yes                 Acres of land or    Number of      Yes
                            Acquisitions       Purchase /     collection (e.g., NEPA, mineral reports, Section 106 compliance, Section 7              or interests in land. Land Purchase/Donation costs include: preparation of Land                    interests in land   purchases or
                                               Donation       consultation, environmental site assessments (ESA) reports, local community             and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) funding requests; survey of property;                           acquired            donations
                                                              considerations (planning), appraisals and appraisal reviews); preparation of Land       mapping and Geographic Information System (GIS) services; LR2000 notation
                                                              and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) funding requests; survey of property(ies);           and maintenance; appraisal and appraisal review; hazardous materials
                                                              exchange agreements; collection and receipt of payments, etc.; land status checks,      (environmental site assessment (ESA) reports consistent with American Society
                                                              preparation and issuance of acquisition and patent and other conveyance                 of Testing and Materials (ASTM) standards) and NEPA documentation;
                                                              documents; records notation; land classification preparation and publication; and       negotiation; purchase of title commitments, title insurance, closing costs,
                                                              other public notice documentation, protests and appeals, determination, collection      recording fees, transfer fees, prepaid taxes and other title services; relocation,
                                                              and receipt of processing costs and equalization payments, management of ledger         purchase consideration, training, travel associated with preparing
                                                              accounts, management approval of exchange proposals, issuance of patents,               purchase/donation proposals and processing purchase/donation actions.
                                                              acceptance of title, et al.
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             DOI     BLM      DOI Activity     BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                    Description                                  Outputs
   EOG                                                                                     DOI Activity Description                                                            BLM Activity Description                                                        DOI Output   BLM Output                   Notes   Resolution
             Code    Code       Title             Title                                                                                                                                                                                        Consistent?                                 Consistent?



Cross Cut   5Z      IG      Maintain Bridges   Bridge Annual   Examples/Notes: Maintenance is the upkeep of constructed facilities and               Bridge maintenance costs (labor, procurement, and equipment) charged to this        Yes                 Maintained     Bridges      Yes
                                               Maintenance     structures and capitalized equipment necessary to realize the originally anticipated program element include: (1) annual maintenance, (2) structural inspections, (3)                         bridges.       maintained
                                                               useful life of the fixed assets. Methods of accomplishing Maintenance are:            survey and design, (4) project planning (including any site reviews, clearances and
                                                                                                                                                     permits not previously completed), (5) Contract preparation and inspection (6)
                                                               1. Annual Maintenance is Maintenance performed to repair failures during the          Condition Assessments. Inspections are preformed to comply with
                                                               year in which they occur. Includes preventive and/or cyclic maintenance               statutory/regulatory requirements, assess the structural integrity/functionality,
                                                               performed in the year in which it is scheduled to occur. Annual Maintenance can and identify deferred maintenance corrective measures. Maintenance is
                                                               be performed through:                                                                 performed to rectify deficiencies, and ensure that structures are maintained to
                                                               • Repair: Work to restore a damaged, broken, or worn-out facility, facility           assigned maintenance levels. Costs for correcting deferred maintenance not
                                                               component, or item of equipment to normal operating condition.                        completed as part of the annual maintenance process should be captured in
                                                               • Preventive Maintenance: Scheduled servicing; repairs; inspections; adjustments; program element IH. Costs for new construction should be captured in program
                                                               and replacement of parts that result in fewer breakdowns and fewer premature          element II.
                                                               replacements and achieve the expected life of facilities and equipment
                                                               • Cyclic Maintenance: Preventive maintenance activities that recur on a periodic
                                                               and scheduled cycle of greater than 1 year.                                           Benefiting activities are responsible for funding any of the program-specific
                                                                                                                                                     reviews, clearances and permits that are required.
                                                               2. Deferred Maintenance is Maintenance that was not performed when it should
                                                               have been or when it was scheduled and which, therefore, was put off or delayed
                                                               for a future period. This also includes work performed to correct facilities
                                                               deficiencies where there is noncompliance to codes (e.g. life safety, ADA, OSHA,
                                                               environmental, etc.) and other regulatory or Executive Order compliance
                                                               requirements. Deferred Maintenance can be preformed through:
                                                               • Repair: Work to restore a damaged, broken, or worn-out facility, facility
                                                               component, or item of equipment to normal operating condition.
                                                               • Rehabilitation (without expansion or change of function): Renovation of an
                                                               existing facility or any of its components in order to restore and/or extend the life
                                                               of the facility.
                                                               • Replacement: Substitution or exchange of one existing facility, facility
                                                               component, or item of equipment for another having the capacity to perform the
                                                               same function.
                                                               • Demolition: Dismantling and removal, or surplus of a deteriorated or otherwise
                                                               unneeded facility or item of equipment, including necessary clean-up work.
Cross Cut   5Z      IH      Maintain Bridges   Bridge          Examples/Notes: Maintenance is the upkeep of constructed facilities and              Bridge deferred maintenance costs (labor, procurement, labor and equipment)         Yes                  Maintained     Bridges      Yes
                                               Deferred        structures and capitalized equipment necessary to realize the originally anticipated charged to this program element include: (1) survey and design, (2) project                              bridges.       maintained
                                               Maintenance     useful life of the fixed assets. Methods of accomplishing Maintenance are:           planning (including any site reviews, clearances and permits not previously
                                                                                                                                                    completed), (3) contract preparation and inspection. Deferred maintenance is
                                                               1. Annual Maintenance is Maintenance performed to repair failures during the         performed to rectify deficiencies, and ensure that structures are maintained to
                                                               year in which they occur. Includes preventive and/or cyclic maintenance              assigned maintenance levels. Costs for performing annual maintenance
                                                               performed in the year in which it is scheduled to occur. Annual Maintenance can (including condition assessments) should be captured in program element IG.
                                                               be performed through:                                                                Costs for construction should be captured in program element II.
                                                               • Repair: Work to restore a damaged, broken, or worn-out facility, facility
                                                               component, or item of equipment to normal operating condition.
                                                               • Preventive Maintenance: Scheduled servicing; repairs; inspections; adjustments; Benefiting activities are responsible for funding any of the program-specific
                                                               and replacement of parts that result in fewer breakdowns and fewer premature         reviews, clearances and permits that are required.
                                                               replacements and achieve the expected life of facilities and equipment
                                                               • Cyclic Maintenance: Preventive maintenance activities that recur on a periodic
                                                               and scheduled cycle of greater than 1 year.

                                                               2. Deferred Maintenance is Maintenance that was not performed when it should
                                                               have been or when it was scheduled and which, therefore, was put off or delayed
                                                               for a future period. This also includes work performed to correct facilities
                                                               deficiencies where there is noncompliance to codes (e.g. life safety, ADA, OSHA,
                                                               environmental, etc.) and other regulatory or Executive Order compliance
                                                               requirements. Deferred Maintenance can be preformed through:
                                                               • Repair: Work to restore a damaged, broken, or worn-out facility, facility
                                                               component, or item of equipment to normal operating condition.
                                                               • Rehabilitation (without expansion or change of function): Renovation of an
                                                               existing facility or any of its components in order to restore and/or extend the life
                                                               of the facility.
                                                               • Replacement: Substitution or exchange of one existing facility, facility
                                                               component, or item of equipment for another having the capacity to perform the
                                                               same function.
                                                               • Demolition: Dismantling and removal, or surplus of a deteriorated or otherwise
                                                               unneeded facility or item of equipment, including necessary clean-up work.
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             DOI         BLM      DOI Activity       BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                  Description                                       Outputs
   EOG                                                                                          DOI Activity Description                                                             BLM Activity Description                                                      DOI Output       BLM Output                    Notes   Resolution
             Code        Code       Title               Title                                                                                                                                                                                      Consistent?                                      Consistent?



Cross Cut   5F      II          Construct roads,     Bridge         Examples/Notes: Capital Improvement is the construction of a new facility, or         Bridge construction costs (labor, procurement, and equipment) charged to this    Yes                   miles constructed. Miles         Yes
                                bridges, tunnels     Construction   the expansion or extension of an existing facility to accommodate a change of         program element include: (1) survey and design, (2) project planning (including                                           constructed
                                                                    function or unmet programmatic needs. Methods of accomplishing Capital                any site reviews, clearances and permits not previously completed), (3) contract
                                                                    Improvements are:                                                                     preparation and inspection. Costs for annual maintenance (including condition
                                                                    • New Construction: The erection, installation, or assembly of a new facility.        assessments) should be captured in program element IG and costs for correcting
                                                                    • Alteration (for change of function, without expansion): Work to change the          deferred maintenance not completed as part of the annual maintenance process
                                                                    function of an existing facility or any of its components.                            should be captured in program element IG and deferred maintenance in IH.
                                                                    • Expansion: Increasing the capacity or size of a facility to serve needs different
                                                                    from, or significantly greater than, those originally intended.
                                                                                                                                                          Benefiting activities are responsible for funding any of the program-specific
                                                                    This activity excludes construction of tribal roads, bridges or tunnels which are     reviews, clearances and permits that are required.
                                                                    covered under DOI Work Activity V3 – Maintain Tribal Roads.

                                                                    Note: This activity is used for roads maintenance related to any of the End
                                                                    Outcome Goals or Intermediate Outcome Strategies within DOI’s Strategic Plan,
                                                                    except the Intermediate Outcome Strategies under SEO 4: “Advance Quality
                                                                    Communities for Tribes and Alaska Natives.

                                                                    Work Activity Description: This activity entails construction of new or expanded
                                                                    roads, bridges or tunnels that are not included as part of the construction of other
Cross Cut   4S      IJ          Maintain Minor       Dam Annual     Examples/Notes: Maintenance is Management constructed facilities and
                                                                    facilities and the use of a Facilities the upkeep ofSystems (FMS) to ensure that data Dam maintenance costs (labor, procurement, and equipment) charged to this          Yes                 Dams maintained. Dams            Yes
                                Dams & Water         Maintenance    structures and capitalized equipment necessary to realize the originally anticipated program element include: (1) annual maintenance, (2) inspections, (3) survey and                                         maintained
                                Storage Facilities                  useful life of the fixed assets. Methods of accomplishing Maintenance are:            design, (4) project planning (including any site reviews, clearances and permits
                                                                                                                                                          not previously completed), (5) contract preparation and inspection (6) Condition
                                                                    1. Annual Maintenance is Maintenance performed to repair failures during the          Assessments. Inspections are preformed to comply with statutory/regulatory
                                                                    year in which they occur. Includes preventive and/or cyclic maintenance               requirements, assess the structural integrity/functionality, and identify deferred
                                                                    performed in the year in which it is scheduled to occur. Annual Maintenance can maintenance corrective measures. Maintenance is performed to rectify
                                                                    be performed through:                                                                 deficiencies, and ensure that structures are maintained to assigned maintenance
                                                                    • Repair: Work to restore a damaged, broken, or worn-out facility, facility           levels. Costs for correcting deferred maintenance not completed as part of the
                                                                    component, or item of equipment to normal operating condition.                        annual maintenance process should be captured in program element IK. Costs
                                                                    • Preventive Maintenance: Scheduled servicing; repairs; inspections; adjustments; for new construction should be captured in program element IL.
                                                                    and replacement of parts that result in fewer breakdowns and fewer premature
                                                                    replacements and achieve the expected life of facilities and equipment
                                                                    • Cyclic Maintenance: Preventive maintenance activities that recur on a periodic This program element covers only those dams that meet the National Dam Safety
                                                                    and scheduled cycle of greater than 1 year.                                           Programs Act criteria for size and capacity, FEMA 333 (Federal Guidelines for
                                                                                                                                                          Hazard Potential Classification Systems for Dams), and Federal Guidelines on
                                                                    2. Deferred Maintenance is Maintenance that was not performed when it should Dam Safety. All other smaller “resource” type dams are covered under other
                                                                    have been or when it was scheduled and which, therefore, was put off or delayed PEs such as JA, JB, JC, JH or JI.
                                                                    for a future period. This also includes work performed to correct facilities
                                                                    deficiencies where there is noncompliance to codes (e.g. life safety, ADA, OSHA,
                                                                    environmental, etc.) and other regulatory or Executive Order compliance               Benefiting activities are responsible for funding any of the program-specific
                                                                    requirements. Deferred Maintenance can be preformed through:                          reviews, clearances and permits that are required.
                                                                    • Repair: Work to restore a damaged, broken, or worn-out facility, facility
                                                                    component, or item of equipment to normal operating condition.
                                                                    • Rehabilitation (without expansion or change of function): Renovation of an
                                                                    existing facility or any of its components in order to restore and/or extend the life
                                                                    of the facility.
                                                                    • Replacement: Substitution or exchange of one existing facility, facility
                                                                    component, or item of equipment for another having the capacity to perform the
                                                                    same function.
                                                                    • Demolition: Dismantling and removal, or surplus of a deteriorated or otherwise
Cross Cut   5Q      IL          Construct Minor      Dam            Examples/Notes: or item of equipment, including necessary of a new facility, or
                                                                    unneeded facility Capital Improvement is the construction clean-up work.              Dam construction costs (labor, procurement, and equipment) charged to this         Yes                 Dams/Water         Dams          Yes
                                Dams & Water         Construction   the expansion or extension of an existing facility to accommodate a change of         program element include: (1) survey and design, (2) project planning (including                        Storage Facilities constructed
                                Storage Facilities                  function or unmet programmatic needs. Methods of accomplishing Capital                any site reviews, clearances and permits not previously completed), (3) Contract                       constructed.
                                                                    Improvements are:                                                                     preparation and Inspection.
                                                                    • New Construction: The erection, installation, or assembly of a new facility.
                                                                    • Alteration (for change of function, without expansion): Work to change the
                                                                    function of an existing facility or any of its components.                            Costs for annual maintenance (including condition assessments) should be
                                                                    • Expansion: Increasing the capacity or size of a facility to serve needs different captured in program element IJ and costs for correcting deferred maintenance
                                                                    from, or significantly greater than, those originally intended.                       not completed as part of the annual maintenance process should be captured in
                                                                                                                                                          program element IK.
                                                                    Note: This activity is used for dams and water storage facilities construction work
                                                                    related to any of the End Outcome Goals or Intermediate Outcome Strategies
                                                                    within DOI’s Strategic Plan. DOI Work Activity 5Q applies to all bureaus except This program element covers only those dams that meet the National Dam Safety
                                                                    BOR only.                                                                             Programs Act criteria for size and capacity, FEMA 333 (Federal Guidelines for
                                                                                                                                                          Hazard Potential Classification Systems for Dams), and Federal Guidelines on
                                                                    Work Activity Description: This activity entails construction of new or expanded Dam Safety. All other smaller “resource” type dams are covered under other
                                                                    dams and water storage facilities and necessary appurtenances, and the use of a       PEs such as JA, JB, JC, JH or JI.
                                                                    Facilities Maintenance Management Systems (FMMS) to ensure that data
                                                                    (including costs) accurately reflects the level(s) of work performed. This activity
                                                                    includes all types of work and effort to needed to construct dams, water storage      Benefiting activities are responsible for funding any of the program-specific
                                                                    facilities and necessary appurtenances that meet the National Dam Safety              reviews, clearances and permits that are required.
                                                                    Programs Act criteria for size and capacity, FEMA 333 (Federal Guidelines for
                                                                    Hazard Potential Classification Systems for Dams), and Federal Guidelines on
                                                                    Dam Safety. These costs include material, labor, contract services; project
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             DOI     BLM      DOI Activity     BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                          Description                                      Outputs
   EOG                                                                                      DOI Activity Description                                                              BLM Activity Description                                                           DOI Output       BLM Output                        Notes        Resolution
             Code    Code       Title             Title                                                                                                                                                                                              Consistent?                                     Consistent?



Cross Cut   4K      IM      Construct          Administratie    Examples/Notes: Capital Improvement is the construction of a new facility, or         An Administrative Site (i.e., office buildings, warehouse facilities, fire facilities,   Yes                 Square footage of Sq. Ft.       Yes             Consider
                            buildings          Site Annual      the expansion or extension of an existing facility to accommodate a change of         etc.) includes the entire site and the buildings, other BLM owned facilities and                             area constructed                                revising output
                                               Maintenance -    function or unmet programmatic needs. Methods of accomplishing Capital                improvements to enhance site use. Costs charged to this program element must                                                                                 to read "square
                                               Buildings        Improvements are:                                                                     be associated with annual maintenance of these sites. Administrative Site                                                                                    feet of area
                                                                                                                                                      deferred maintenance is contained within program element IN and                                                                                              constructed"
                                                                • New Construction: The erection, installation, or assembly of a new facility.        Administrative Site construction in program element IO.
                                                                • Alteration (for change of function, without expansion): Work to change the
                                                                function of an existing facility or any of its components.
                                                                • Expansion: Increasing the capacity or size of a facility to serve needs different   These costs include labor, procurement, acquisition and equipment for project
                                                                from, or significantly greater than, those originally intended.                       planning (including any required site reviews, clearances and permits not
                                                                                                                                                      previously completed), survey and design, contract preparation and inspection,
                                                                Note: This activity is used for other structures/non-buildings construction work      and maintenance of the physical site, signage, accessibility retrofits and
                                                                related to any of the End Outcome Goals or Intermediate Outcome Strategies            enhancements, energy conservation, inspections, corrective actions in response to
                                                                within DOI’s Strategic Plan.                                                          CASHE audits, conducting condition assessments, contract supervision, and
                                                                                                                                                      related upkeep of property and the Facilities Asset Management System (FAMS).
                                                                                                                                                      Costs for maintenance of signs associated with an Administrative Site may be
                                                                                                                                                      reflected in this PE. Benefiting activities are responsible for funding any of the
                                                                                                                                                      program-specific site reviews, clearances and permits that are required. Includes
                                                                                                                                                      ANCSA 17(b) site easements.


Cross Cut   4K      IN      Construct          Administrative   Examples/Notes: Capital Improvement is the construction of a new facility, or         An Administrative Site (i.e., office buildings, warehouse facilities, for
                                                                                                                                                      Only use IM for BLM owned facilities. Use program element XCfire facilities,             Yes                 Square footage of Sq. Ft.       Yes             Consider
                            buildings          Site Deferred    the expansion or extension of an existing facility to accommodate a change of         etc.) includes the entire site and the buildings, other BLM owned facilities and                             area constructed                                revising output
                                               Maintenance -    function or unmet programmatic needs. Methods of accomplishing Capital                improvements to enhance site use. Costs charged to this program element must                                                                                 to read "square
                                               Buildings        Improvements are:                                                                     be associated with deferred maintenance needs of these sites. Costs for                                                                                      feet of area
                                                                                                                                                      performance of annual maintenance at an administrative site should be charged                                                                                constructed"
                                                                • New Construction: The erection, installation, or assembly of a new facility.        to program element IM and construction efforts to program element IO.
                                                                • Alteration (for change of function, without expansion): Work to change the
                                                                function of an existing facility or any of its components.
                                                                • Expansion: Increasing the capacity or size of a facility to serve needs different   These costs include labor, procurement, acquisition and equipment for project
                                                                from, or significantly greater than, those originally intended.                       planning (including any required site reviews, clearances and permits not
                                                                                                                                                      previously completed), survey and design, contract preparation and inspection of
                                                                Note: This activity is used for other structures/non-buildings construction work      the physical site, signage, accessibility retrofits, corrective actions in response to
                                                                related to any of the End Outcome Goals or Intermediate Outcome Strategies            CASHE audits, contract supervision, and related upkeep of property and the
                                                                within DOI’s Strategic Plan.                                                          Facilities Asset Management System (FAMS). Costs of deferred maintenance of
                                                                                                                                                      signs associated with a Recreation Site may be reflected in this PE. Benefiting
                                                                                                                                                      activities are responsible for funding any of the program-specific site reviews,
                                                                                                                                                      clearances and permits that are required. Includes ANCSA 17(b) site easements.


                                                                                                                                                      Only use IN for BLM owned facilities. Use program element XC for
                                                                                                                                                      maintenance and upgrading the electronic equipment on BLM communication
                                                                                                                                                      towers. This program element (IN) should be used for all BLM owned or
Cross Cut   5C      IO      Maintain buildings Administrative   Examples/Notes: Maintenance is the upkeep of constructed facilities and               An Administrative Site (i.e., office buildings, warehouse managing and operating Yes
                                                                                                                                                      controlled tower deferred maintenance. Labor costs for facilities, fire facilities,                          Square footage of Sq. Ft.       Yes             Consider
                                               Site             structures and capitalized equipment necessary to realize the originally anticipated etc.) includes the entire site and the buildings, other BLM owned facilities and                              area receiving                                  revising output
                                               Construction -   useful life of the fixed assets. Methods of accomplishing Maintenance are:            improvements to enhance site use. Costs charged to this program element must                                 maintenance                                     to read "square
                                               Buildings                                                                                              be associated with new construction for these sites. Costs for performance of                                                                                feet of area
                                                                1. Annual Maintenance is Maintenance performed to repair failures during the          annual maintenance at an administrative site should be charged to program                                                                                    receiving
                                                                year in which they occur. Includes preventive and/or cyclic maintenance               element IM and deferred maintenance to program element IN.                                                                                                   maintenance"
                                                                performed in the year in which it is scheduled to occur. Annual Maintenance can
                                                                be performed through:
                                                                • Repair: Work to restore a damaged, broken, or worn-out facility, facility           These costs include labor, procurement, acquisition and equipment for project
                                                                component, or item of equipment to normal operating condition.                        planning (including any required site reviews, clearances and permits not
                                                                • Preventive Maintenance: Scheduled servicing; repairs; inspections; adjustments; previously completed), survey and design, contract preparation and inspection of
                                                                and replacement of parts that result in fewer breakdowns and fewer premature          the physical site, signage, accessibility retrofits and enhancements, energy
                                                                replacements and achieve the expected life of facilities and equipment                conservation, corrective actions in response to CASHE audits, contract
                                                                • Cyclic Maintenance: Preventive maintenance activities that recur on a periodic supervision, and related upkeep of property and the Facilities Asset Management
                                                                and scheduled cycle of greater than 1 year.                                           System (FAMS). Benefiting activities are responsible for funding any of the
                                                                                                                                                      program-specific site reviews, clearances and permits that are required. Includes
                                                                2. Deferred Maintenance is Maintenance that was not performed when it should ANCSA 17(b) site easements.
                                                                have been or when it was scheduled and which, therefore, was put off or delayed
                                                                for a future period. This also includes work performed to correct facilities
                                                                deficiencies where there is noncompliance to codes (e.g. life safety, ADA, OSHA, Only use IO for BLM owned facilities. Use program element XC for
                                                                environmental, etc.) and other regulatory or Executive Order compliance               maintenance and upgrading the electronic equipment on BLM communication
                                                                requirements. Deferred Maintenance can be preformed through:                          towers. This program element (IO) should be used for all BLM owned or
                                                                • Repair: Work to restore a damaged, broken, or worn-out facility, facility           controlled tower construction. Labor costs for managing and operating an
                                                                component, or item of equipment to normal operating condition.                        administrative site are charged to the benefiting activity.
                                                                • Rehabilitation (without expansion or change of function): Renovation of an
                                                                existing facility or any of its components in order to restore and/or extend the life
                                                                of the facility.
                                                                • Replacement: Substitution or exchange of one existing facility, facility
                                                                component, or item of equipment for another having the capacity to perform the
                                                                same function.
                                                                • Demolition: Dismantling and removal, or surplus of a deteriorated or otherwise
                                                                                                                                                       Final Report for Tasks 1-3 and 5                                                                                                                                          O.2-70




             DOI     BLM      DOI Activity   BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                 Description                                    Outputs
   EOG                                                                                    DOI Activity Description                                                         BLM Activity Description                                                       DOI Output     BLM Output                        Notes          Resolution
             Code    Code       Title           Title                                                                                                                                                                                     Consistent?                                   Consistent?



Cross Cut   4D      IP      Maintain roads   Road Annual      Examples/Notes: Maintenance is the upkeep of constructed facilities and                                                                                               Yes                 Miles of road on Miles        Yes
                                             Maintenance      structures and capitalized equipment necessary to realize the originally anticipated Costs charged to this program element must be associated with annual                                 which            maintained
                                                              useful life of the fixed assets. Methods of accomplishing Maintenance are:           maintenance of roads. These costs include labor, procurement, acquisition and                        maintenance was
                                                                                                                                                   equipment costs for project planning (including reviews, clearances and permits                      actually
                                                              1. Annual Maintenance is Maintenance performed to repair failures during the         not previously completed), survey and design, contract preparation and                               performed
                                                              year in which they occur. Includes preventive and/or cyclic maintenance              inspection, maintenance, conducting condition assessments, maintenance of signs,
                                                              performed in the year in which it is scheduled to occur. Annual Maintenance can accessibility retrofits and enhancements and upkeep of the Facilities Asset
                                                              be performed through:                                                                Management System (FAMS) database. Costs associated with deferred
                                                              • Repair: Work to restore a damaged, broken, or worn-out facility, facility          maintenance for roads should utilize program element IQ and costs for
                                                              component, or item of equipment to normal operating condition.                       construction of roads program element IR.
                                                              • Preventive Maintenance: Scheduled servicing; repairs; inspections; adjustments;
                                                              and replacement of parts that result in fewer breakdowns and fewer premature
                                                              replacements and achieve the expected life of facilities and equipment               Benefiting activities are responsible for funding any of the program-specific
                                                              • Cyclic Maintenance: Preventive maintenance activities that recur on a periodic reviews, clearances and permits that are required.
                                                              and scheduled cycle of greater than 1 year.

                                                           2. Deferred Maintenance is Maintenance that was not performed when it should
                                                           have been or when it was scheduled and which, therefore, was put off or delayed
                                                           for a future period. This also includes work performed to correct facilities
                                                           deficiencies where there is noncompliance to codes (e.g. life safety, ADA, OSHA,
                                                           environmental, etc.) and other regulatory or Executive Order compliance
                                                           requirements. Deferred Maintenance can be preformed through:
                                                           • Repair: Work to restore a damaged, broken, or worn-out facility, facility
                                                           component, or item of equipment to normal operating condition.
                                                           • Rehabilitation (without expansion or change of function): Renovation of an
                                                           existing facility or any of its components in order to restore and/or extend the life
                                                           of the facility.
                                                           • Replacement: Substitution or exchange of one existing facility, facility
                                                           component, or item of equipment for another having the capacity to perform the
                                                           same function.
                                                           • Demolition: Dismantling and removal, or surplus of a deteriorated or otherwise
Cross Cut   4D      IQ      Maintain roads                 Examples/Notes: Maintenance is the upkeep of necessary clean-up and
                                             Road Deferred unneeded facility or item of equipment, includingconstructed facilitieswork.          Costs charged to this program element must be associated with deferred             Yes                 Miles of road on Miles        Yes             Consider
                                             Maintenance   structures and capitalized equipment necessary to realize the originally anticipated maintenance work on roads. These costs include labor, procurement, acquisition                          which                                         revising output
                                                           useful life of the fixed assets. Methods of accomplishing Maintenance are:            and equipment costs for project planning (including reviews, clearances and                            maintenance was                               to read "miles of
                                                                                                                                                 permits not previously completed), survey and design, contract preparation and                         actually                                      road maintained"
                                                           1. Annual Maintenance is Maintenance performed to repair failures during the          inspection, and related activities associated with correcting deferred maintenance                     performed
                                                           year in which they occur. Includes preventive and/or cyclic maintenance               needs for roads. Costs associated with annual maintenance including the
                                                           performed in the year in which it is scheduled to occur. Annual Maintenance can performance of condition assessments for roads should utilize program element
                                                           be performed through:                                                                 IP and costs for construction of roads program element IR.
                                                           • Repair: Work to restore a damaged, broken, or worn-out facility, facility
                                                           component, or item of equipment to normal operating condition.
                                                           • Preventive Maintenance: Scheduled servicing; repairs; inspections; adjustments; Benefiting activities are responsible for funding any of the program-specific
                                                           and replacement of parts that result in fewer breakdowns and fewer premature          reviews, clearances and permits that are required.
                                                           replacements and achieve the expected life of facilities and equipment
                                                           • Cyclic Maintenance: Preventive maintenance activities that recur on a periodic
                                                           and scheduled cycle of greater than 1 year.

                                                              2. Deferred Maintenance is Maintenance that was not performed when it should
                                                              have been or when it was scheduled and which, therefore, was put off or delayed
                                                              for a future period. This also includes work performed to correct facilities
                                                              deficiencies where there is noncompliance to codes (e.g. life safety, ADA, OSHA,
                                                              environmental, etc.) and other regulatory or Executive Order compliance
                                                              requirements. Deferred Maintenance can be preformed through:
                                                              • Repair: Work to restore a damaged, broken, or worn-out facility, facility
                                                              component, or item of equipment to normal operating condition.
                                                              • Rehabilitation (without expansion or change of function): Renovation of an
                                                              existing facility or any of its components in order to restore and/or extend the life
                                                              of the facility.
                                                              • Replacement: Substitution or exchange of one existing facility, facility
                                                              component, or item of equipment for another having the capacity to perform the
                                                              same function.
                                                              • Demolition: Dismantling and removal, or surplus of a deteriorated or otherwise
                                                              unneeded facility or item of equipment, including necessary clean-up work.
                                                                                                                                                        Final Report for Tasks 1-3 and 5                                                                                                              O.2-71




             DOI     BLM      DOI Activity     BLM Activity                                                                                                                                               Description                                          Outputs
   EOG                                                                                      DOI Activity Description                                                      BLM Activity Description                        DOI Output       BLM Output                            Notes         Resolution
             Code    Code       Title             Title                                                                                                                                                   Consistent?                                         Consistent?



Cross Cut   5H      GS      Maintain All Other Administrative   Examples/Notes: Maintenance is the upkeep of constructed facilities and                                                              No                 Maintained         Sites Assessed   Yes             Provide activity
                            Structures/Non- Site Condition      structures and capitalized equipment necessary to realize the originally anticipated                                                                    facilities/equipme                                  definition.
                            Buildings          Assessments -    useful life of the fixed assets. Methods of accomplishing Maintenance are:                                                                              nt.
                                               Non-Buildings
                                                                1. Annual Maintenance is Maintenance performed to repair failures during the
                                                                year in which they occur. Includes preventive and/or cyclic maintenance
                                                                performed in the year in which it is scheduled to occur. Annual Maintenance can
                                                                be performed through:
                                                                • Repair: Work to restore a damaged, broken, or worn-out facility, facility
                                                                component, or item of equipment to normal operating condition.
                                                                • Preventive Maintenance: Scheduled servicing; repairs; inspections; adjustments;
                                                                and replacement of parts that result in fewer breakdowns and fewer premature
                                                                replacements and achieve the expected life of facilities and equipment
                                                                • Cyclic Maintenance: Preventive maintenance activities that recur on a periodic
                                                                and scheduled cycle of greater than 1 year.

                                                                2. Deferred Maintenance is Maintenance that was not performed when it should
                                                                have been or when it was scheduled and which, therefore, was put off or delayed
                                                                for a future period. This also includes work performed to correct facilities
                                                                deficiencies where there is noncompliance to codes (e.g. life safety, ADA, OSHA,
                                                                environmental, etc.) and other regulatory or Executive Order compliance
                                                                requirements. Deferred Maintenance can be preformed through:
                                                                • Repair: Work to restore a damaged, broken, or worn-out facility, facility
                                                                component, or item of equipment to normal operating condition.
                                                                • Rehabilitation (without expansion or change of function): Renovation of an
                                                                existing facility or any of its components in order to restore and/or extend the life
                                                                of the facility.
                                                                • Replacement: Substitution or exchange of one existing facility, facility
Cross Cut   5H      IX      Maintain All Other Administrative   component, or item of equipment for another of constructed facilities and
                                                                Examples/Notes: Maintenance is the upkeep having the capacity to perform the                                                         No                 Maintained         Sites            Yes             Provide activity
                            Structures/Non- Site Deferred       structures and capitalized equipment necessary to realize the originally anticipated                                                                    facilities/equipme Maintained                       definition.
                            Buildings          Maintenance -    useful life of the fixed assets. Methods of accomplishing Maintenance are:                                                                              nt.
                                               Non-Buildings
                                                                1. Annual Maintenance is Maintenance performed to repair failures during the
                                                                year in which they occur. Includes preventive and/or cyclic maintenance
                                                                performed in the year in which it is scheduled to occur. Annual Maintenance can
                                                                be performed through:
                                                                • Repair: Work to restore a damaged, broken, or worn-out facility, facility
                                                                component, or item of equipment to normal operating condition.
                                                                • Preventive Maintenance: Scheduled servicing; repairs; inspections; adjustments;
                                                                and replacement of parts that result in fewer breakdowns and fewer premature
                                                                replacements and achieve the expected life of facilities and equipment
                                                                • Cyclic Maintenance: Preventive maintenance activities that recur on a periodic
                                                                and scheduled cycle of greater than 1 year.

                                                                2. Deferred Maintenance is Maintenance that was not performed when it should
                                                                have been or when it was scheduled and which, therefore, was put off or delayed
                                                                for a future period. This also includes work performed to correct facilities
                                                                deficiencies where there is noncompliance to codes (e.g. life safety, ADA, OSHA,
                                                                environmental, etc.) and other regulatory or Executive Order compliance
                                                                requirements. Deferred Maintenance can be preformed through:
                                                                • Repair: Work to restore a damaged, broken, or worn-out facility, facility
                                                                component, or item of equipment to normal operating condition.
                                                                • Rehabilitation (without expansion or change of function): Renovation of an
                                                                existing facility or any of its components in order to restore and/or extend the life
                                                                of the facility.
                                                                • Replacement: Substitution or exchange of one existing facility, facility
                                                                component, or item of equipment for another having the capacity to perform the
                                                                same function.
                                                                • Demolition: Dismantling and removal, or surplus of a deteriorated or otherwise
                                                                unneeded facility or item of equipment, including necessary clean-up work.
                                                                                                                                                       Final Report for Tasks 1-3 and 5                                                                                                          O.2-72




             DOI     BLM      DOI Activity     BLM Activity                                                                                                                                              Description                                      Outputs
   EOG                                                                                     DOI Activity Description                                                      BLM Activity Description                        DOI Output       BLM Output                        Notes         Resolution
             Code    Code       Title             Title                                                                                                                                                  Consistent?                                     Consistent?



Cross Cut   5H      IY      Maintain All Other Administratie   Examples/Notes: Maintenance is the upkeep of constructed facilities and                                                              No                 Maintained         Sites        Yes             Provide activity
                            Structures/Non- Site Annual        structures and capitalized equipment necessary to realize the originally anticipated                                                                    facilities/equipme Maintained                   definition.
                            Buildings          Maintenance -   useful life of the fixed assets. Methods of accomplishing Maintenance are:                                                                              nt.
                                               Non-Buildings
                                                               1. Annual Maintenance is Maintenance performed to repair failures during the
                                                               year in which they occur. Includes preventive and/or cyclic maintenance
                                                               performed in the year in which it is scheduled to occur. Annual Maintenance can
                                                               be performed through:
                                                               • Repair: Work to restore a damaged, broken, or worn-out facility, facility
                                                               component, or item of equipment to normal operating condition.
                                                               • Preventive Maintenance: Scheduled servicing; repairs; inspections; adjustments;
                                                               and replacement of parts that result in fewer breakdowns and fewer premature
                                                               replacements and achieve the expected life of facilities and equipment
                                                               • Cyclic Maintenance: Preventive maintenance activities that recur on a periodic
                                                               and scheduled cycle of greater than 1 year.

                                                               2. Deferred Maintenance is Maintenance that was not performed when it should
                                                               have been or when it was scheduled and which, therefore, was put off or delayed
                                                               for a future period. This also includes work performed to correct facilities
                                                               deficiencies where there is noncompliance to codes (e.g. life safety, ADA, OSHA,
                                                               environmental, etc.) and other regulatory or Executive Order compliance
                                                               requirements. Deferred Maintenance can be preformed through:
                                                               • Repair: Work to restore a damaged, broken, or worn-out facility, facility
                                                               component, or item of equipment to normal operating condition.
                                                               • Rehabilitation (without expansion or change of function): Renovation of an
                                                               existing facility or any of its components in order to restore and/or extend the life
                                                               of the facility.
                                                               • Replacement: Substitution or exchange of one existing facility, facility
                                                               component, or item of equipment for another having the capacity to perform the
                                                               same function.
                                                               • Demolition: Dismantling and removal, or surplus of a deteriorated or otherwise
                                                               unneeded facility or item of equipment, including necessary clean-up work.
                                                                                                                                                              Final Report for Tasks 1-3 and 5                                                                                                                                            O.2-73




             DOI     BLM      DOI Activity     BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                       Description                                      Outputs
   EOG                                                                                       DOI Activity Description                                                              BLM Activity Description                                                       DOI Output       BLM Output                        Notes         Resolution
             Code    Code       Title             Title                                                                                                                                                                                           Consistent?                                     Consistent?



Cross Cut   5G      IZ      Construct All      Administrative   Examples/Notes: Capital Improvement is the construction of a new facility, or                                                                                              No                   Constructed       Sites         Yes             Provide activity
                            Other              Site             the expansion or extension of an existing facility to accommodate a change of                                                                                                                   facilities.       Constructed                   definition.
                            Structures/Non-    Construction -   function or unmet programmatic needs. Methods of accomplishing Capital
                            Buildings          Non-Buildings    Improvements are:

                                                                • New Construction: The erection, installation, or assembly of a new facility.
                                                                • Alteration (for change of function, without expansion): Work to change the
                                                                function of an existing facility or any of its components.
                                                                • Expansion: Increasing the capacity or size of a facility to serve needs different
                                                                from, or significantly greater than, those originally intended.

                                                                Note: This activity is used for other structures/non-buildings construction work
                                                                related to any of the End Outcome Goals or Intermediate Outcome Strategies
                                                                within DOI’s Strategic Plan.

                                                                Work Activity Description: This activity entails construction of new or expanded
                                                                facilities not already covered under another, separate DOI work activity, as well as
                                                                landscaping and necessary appurtenances, and the use of a Facilities Management
                                                                Systems (FMS) to ensure that data (including costs) accurately reflects the level(s)
                                                                of work performed. This activity includes all types of work and effort to needed
                                                                to construct other structures/non-buildings. These costs include material, labor,
                                                                contract services; project planning (including any site reviews, clearances and
                                                                permits not previously completed), surveys, design, minor construction, signage,
Cross Cut   5F      IR      Construct roads,   Road             accessibility retrofits and enhancements, energyconstruction ofinspections, or
                                                                Examples/Notes: Capital Improvement is the conservation, a new facility,                Costs charged to this program element must be associated with new construction Yes                      miles constructed. Miles        Yes             Consider
                            bridges, tunnels   Construction     the expansion or extension of an existing facility to accommodate a change of           of roads. These costs include labor, procurement, acquisition and equipment                                                                             revising output
                                                                function or unmet programmatic needs. Methods of accomplishing Capital                  costs for project planning (including reviews, clearances and permits not                                                                               to read "miles
                                                                Improvements are:                                                                       previously completed), survey and design, contract preparation and inspection,                                                                          constructed"
                                                                • New Construction: The erection, installation, or assembly of a new facility.          and associated construction. Costs associated with annual maintenance (including
                                                                • Alteration (for change of function, without expansion): Work to change the            condition assessments) should utilize program element IP and deferred
                                                                function of an existing facility or any of its components.                              maintenance for roads should utilize program element IQ.
                                                                • Expansion: Increasing the capacity or size of a facility to serve needs different
                                                                from, or significantly greater than, those originally intended.
                                                                                                                                                        Benefiting activities are responsible for funding any of the program-specific
                                                                This activity excludes construction of tribal roads, bridges or tunnels which are       reviews, clearances and permits that are required.
                                                                covered under DOI Work Activity V3 – Maintain Tribal Roads.

                                                                Note: This activity is used for roads maintenance related to any of the End
                                                                Outcome Goals or Intermediate Outcome Strategies within DOI’s Strategic Plan,
                                                                except the Intermediate Outcome Strategies under SEO 4: “Advance Quality
                                                                Communities for Tribes and Alaska Natives.

                                                              Work Activity Description: This activity entails construction of new or expanded
                                                              roads, bridges or tunnels that are not included as part of the construction of other
Cross Cut   T0      NU      Conduct Patrol                    Examples/Notes: Patrol Facilities Management Systems (FMS) to patrol that data
                                               Conduct Patrol facilities and the use of a and Enforcement Activities – Only those ensure activities     The purpose of conducting patrol and enforcement activities is to prevent, deter, Yes                   Incidents         Incidents     Yes
                            Enforcement        Enforcement    which are not attributable to a specific program area are to be coded here                and apprehend those involved in unlawful activity. These activities provide a                           reported          reported
                            Activities         Activities                                                                                               safe environment for visitors, residents, and employees and protect natural
                                                              Work Activity Description: The purpose of conducting patrol and enforcement               resources, critical infrastructure, and other facilities within the Department’s
                                                              activities is to prevent, deter, and apprehend those involved in unlawful activity.       responsibilities. Patrol and enforcement activities include: conducting general
                                                              These activities provide a safe environment for visitors, residents, and employees        patrol; documenting incidents; issuing warnings and citations; preparing reports
                                                              and protect natural resources, critical infrastructure, and other facilities within the   and make arrests; testifying in court; conducting checkpoints, responding to
                                                              Department’s responsibilities. Patrol and enforcement activities include:                 alarms; performing surveillance; performing traffic enforcement/control;
                                                                                                                                                        monitoring hunting, fishing, trapping activities; conducting preliminary
                                                                • Conduct general patrol                                                                investigations (collect evidence, protect crime scenes); conducting interviews;
                                                                • Document incidents                                                                    obtaining/executing warrants; coordinating with other Bureau programs;
                                                                • Issue warnings and citations                                                          conducting crime prevention activities, community oriented policing; conducting
                                                                • Prepare reports and make arrests                                                      and receiving training (international, national, local) related to patrol the function;
                                                                • Testify in court                                                                      providing timely and effective response to the public in accident investigation,
                                                                • Conduct checkpoints, respond to alarms                                                crimes in progress, etc.; and, coordinating with federal, tribal, state, and local
                                                                • Perform surveillance                                                                  jurisdictions.
                                                                • Perform traffic enforcement /control
                                                                • Monitor hunting, fishing, trapping activities
                                                                • Conduct preliminary investigations (collect evidence, protect crime scenes)
                                                                • Conduct interviews
                                                                • Obtain/execute warrants
                                                                • Coordinate with other Bureau programs
                                                                • Conduct crime prevention activities, community oriented policing
                                                                • Conduct and receive training (international, national, local) related to patrol the
                                                                function
                                                                • Provide timely and effective response to the public in accident investigation,
                                                                crimes in progress, etc.
                                                                • Coordinate with federal, tribal, state, and local jurisdictions
                                                                                                                                                           Final Report for Tasks 1-3 and 5                                                                                                                                   O.2-74




             DOI     BLM      DOI Activity      BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                     Description                                      Outputs
   EOG                                                                                     DOI Activity Description                                                             BLM Activity Description                                                         DOI Output    BLM Output                      Notes   Resolution
             Code    Code       Title              Title                                                                                                                                                                                         Consistent?                                     Consistent?



Cross Cut   T1      NV      Conduct Non-       Conduct Non-    Examples/Notes: Only those non-drug investigative activities which are not             The purpose of conducting non-drug enforcement investigative activities is to        Yes                 Cases cleared   Cases cleared   Yes
                            Drug Investigative Drug            attributable to a specific program area are to be coded here                           produce a factual report so appropriate authorities can determine a suitable
                            Activities         Investigation                                                                                          course of action. Investigative activities include: receiving information on
                                               Activities      Work Activity Description: The purpose of conducting non-drug enforcement              suspected violations, gathering, analyzing, and processing evidence; pursuing
                                                               investigative activities is to produce a factual report so appropriate authorities can leads related to unlawful activity; conducting interviews, surveillance, undercover
                                                               determine a suitable course of action. Investigative activities include:               operations; preparing reports and affidavits; preparing and executing arrest and
                                                                                                                                                      search warrants; preparing written investigative reports; Grand jury: interviews,
                                                               • Receive information on suspected violations, gather, analyze, and process            preparing/serving subpoenas, testifying; coordinating with prosecutors prior to
                                                               evidence                                                                               filing charges; purchasing of evidence/payment of informants; conducting
                                                               • Pursue leads related to unlawful activity                                            forensics examination; conducting Internal Affairs investigations; Court activities;
                                                               • Conduct interviews, surveillance, undercover operations                              coordinating with other Bureau programs; coordinating with federal, tribal, state,
                                                               • Prepare reports and affidavits                                                       and local jurisdictions; developing, improving, and demonstrating new
                                                               • Prepare and execute arrest and search warrants                                       technologies to enhance investigative methods; utilizing intelligence to target
                                                               • Prepare written investigative reports                                                investigations; conducting and receiving training related to investigation functions
                                                               • Grand jury: interviews, prepare/serve subpoenas, testify; coordinate with            (international, national and local); and, conducting program compliance reviews.
                                                               prosecutors prior to filing charges
                                                               • Purchase of evidence/payment of informants
                                                               • Forensics examination
                                                               • Internal affairs investigations
                                                               • Court activities
                                                               • Coordinate with other Bureau programs
                                                               • Coordinate with federal, tribal, state, and local jurisdictions
                                                               • Develop, improve, and demonstrate new technologies to enhance investigative
                                                               methods
                                                               • Utilize intelligence to target investigations
                                                               • Conduct and receive training related to investigation functions (international,
                                                               national and local)
                                                               • Conduct program compliance reviews
Cross Cut   T3      NY      Conduct             Conduct        Examples/Notes:                                                                       Emergency response is narrowly defined as those activities that are unplanned         Yes                 Resolution of   Incidents       Yes
                            Emergency           Emergency                                                                                            and non-recurring events that are beyond the normally planned capability and                              incidents       resolved
                            Response Activities Response       Work Activity Description: Emergency Response Activities – Emergency                  resources . Emergency response activities include: Search and rescue/recovery,
                                                Activities     response is narrowly defined as those activities that are unplanned and non-          emergency management services, special event teams, Critical Incident Stress
                                                               recurring events that are beyond the capability and resources normally planned        Management, overhead/incident management teams, hostage negotiations, and
                                                               for. Emergency response activities include:                                           body recovery.

                                                               • Search and rescue/recovery
                                                               • Emergency management services
                                                               • Special event teams
                                                               • Critical Incident Stress Management
                                                               • Overhead/incident
                                                               • Management teams
                                                               • Hostage negotiations

Cross Cut   T4      NZ      Conduct Security   Conduct         Examples/Notes:                                                                       These activities provide an increased level of security and protection to people,     Yes                 Vulnerability   Vulnerability   Yes
                            Activities         Security                                                                                              symbols, resources, and infrastructure under the department’s trust so that they                          assessments     assessments
                                               Activities      Work Activity Description: Security Activities – These activities provide an          are safe from harm or damage. Security activities include: Vulnerability
                                                               increased level of security and protection to people, symbols, resources, and         assessments, threat assessments, VIP protection, Anti- and Counter-terrorism,
                                                               infrastructure and assets under the department’s trust so that they are safe from     weapons of mass destruction (detection, training, and responding to), details to
                                                               harm or damage. Security activities include:                                          other agencies (FAM, Olympics), physical security measures, border security,
                                                                                                                                                     liaison work related to security activities, cross-deputation related to security
                                                               • Vulnerability assessments, threat assessments                                       activities, security detail, FBI Joint terrorism task forces, US Attorney terrorism
                                                               • VIP protection, Anti- and Counter-terrorism                                         task forces, and responding to heighten threat levels.
                                                               • Weapons of mass destruction (detection, training, and responding to)
                                                               • Details to other agencies (FAM, Olympics)
                                                               • Physical security measures
                                                               • Personnel security
                                                               • Border security
                                                               • Liaison work related to security activities
                                                               • Cross-deputation related to security activities
                                                               • Security detail
                                                               • FBI Joint terrorism task forces
                                                               • US Attorney terrorism task forces
                                                               • Responding to heighten threat levels
                                                                                                                                                             Final Report for Tasks 1-3 and 5                                                                                                                                              O.2-75




              DOI     BLM      DOI Activity      BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                      Description                                      Outputs
   EOG                                                                                      DOI Activity Description                                                              BLM Activity Description                                                         DOI Output       BLM Output                        Notes         Resolution
              Code    Code       Title              Title                                                                                                                                                                                          Consistent?                                     Consistent?



Cross Cut    T6      OA      Conduct Drug       Conduct Drug     Examples/Notes:                                                                       Drug enforcement activities include marijuana cultivation, methamphetamine            Yes                 Seizure incidents Seizure       Yes
                             Enforcement        Enforcement                                                                                            production and cross-border smuggling, all causing the destruction of natural                                               incidents
                             Activities         Activities       Work Activity Description: Drug enforcement activities include marijuana              resources and increasing the risk to safety of public employees. Such activities
                                                                 cultivation, methamphetamine production and cross-border smuggling, all causing       should be primarily drug related and/or of such significance that it is the primary
                                                                 the destruction of natural resources and increasing the risk to safety of public      reason for the activity. Other enforcement activities, where drugs are of
                                                                 employees. Such activities should be primarily drug related and/or of such            secondary significance (e.g., traffic stop for moving violations nets a simple
                                                                 significance that it is the primary reason for the activity. Other enforcement        possession charge for marijuana) should be considered a patrol activity Drug
                                                                 activities, where drugs are of secondary significance (e.g. traffic stop for moving   interdiction activities include: detecting and eradicating marijuana on public and
                                                                 violations nets a simple possession charge for marijuana) should be considered a      tribal lands; detecting and investigating methamphetamine labs and dumpsites on
                                                                 patrol activity. Drug interdiction activities include:                                public and tribal lands; conducting investigations into drug trafficking
                                                                                                                                                       organizations; interdicting drugs being smuggled into the US across public and
                                                                 • Detect and eradicate marijuana on public and tribal lands                           tribal lands and conduct investigations; investigating domestic narcotic
                                                                 • Detect and investigate methamphetamine labs and dumpsites on public and             trafficking; coordinating with other federal, state, tribal, and local jurisdictions;
                                                                 tribal lands                                                                          maintaining database records for all drug activities; monitoring environmental
                                                                 • Conduct investigations into drug trafficking organizations                          damage; utilizing existing intelligence capabilities - Coordinate with the Office of
                                                                 • Interdict drugs being smuggled into the US across public and tribal lands and       National Drug Control Policy; coordinating with all applicable High Intensity
                                                                 conduct investigations                                                                Drug Trafficking Areas; and, utilizing active military support, National Guard,
                                                                 • Investigate domestic narcotic trafficking                                           and Civil Air Patrol.
                                                                 • Coordinate with other federal, state, tribal, and local jurisdictions
                                                                 • Maintain database records for all drug activities
                                                                 • Monitor environmental damage - Utilize existing intelligence capabilities
                                                                 • Coordinate with the Office of National Drug Control Policy
                                                                 • Coordinate with all applicable High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas
                                                                 • Utilize active military support, National Guard, and Civil Air Patrol

crosscut     4D      GU      DOI Activity Title Road Condition                                                                                                                                                                              No                                     Miles         Yes             Provide activity
                             Maintain roads     Assessments                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      definition.

Program      43      GW      Manage Public     Dam Condition Examples/Notes:                                                                                                                                                                No                   NA                Dams Assessed Yes             Provide activity
Management                   Resources: Energy Assessments                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       definition.
                                                             Work Activity Description: The work captured by this work activity is the overall
                                                             management and support of projects and programs of its relevant End Outcome
                                                             Goal, and includes labor and operational costs which cannot be assigned to a
                                                             specific, direct cost, work activity, OR it is work involving overall program
                                                             leadership, planning and directing the work of others, coordination, or general
                                                             administrative support. The work of this work activity consists of support of the
                                                             programs within the relevant End Outcome Goal, and is used by supervisors and
                                                             managers when their work cannot be tied to a direct cost-, output producing-work
                                                             activity. Managers, supervisors, and employees who work on projects or programs
                                                             that produce outputs, should code costs to the work activity producing those
                                                             outputs.

                                                                 Work of a non-specific nature, related to the overarching End Outcome Goal,
                                                                 such as typing correspondence and reports; preparing travel authorizations and
                                                                 vouchers; maintaining time and attendance records, etc. may be coded to this work
                                                                 activity. Other examples of work that can be costed to this work activity include
                                                                 non-specific program training; workforce supervision (employee relations and
                                                                 training, maintaining a qualified workforce); workload accomplishment
                                                                 monitoring; performance measurement; evaluations; program development and
                                                                 budget preparation for the End Outcome Goal.
Program      43      IK      Manage Public     Dam Deferred      Examples/Notes:                                                                   Dam deferred maintenance costs (labor, procurement, labor and equipment)        Yes                           NA                Dams          Yes
Management                   Resources: Energy Maintenance                                                                                         charged to this program element include: (1) survey and design, (2) project                                                     maintained
                                                                 Work Activity Description: The work captured by this work activity is the overall planning (including any site reviews, clearances and permits not previously
                                                                 management and support of projects and programs of its relevant End Outcome completed), (3) contract preparation and Inspection. Deferred maintenance is
                                                                 Goal, and includes labor and operational costs which cannot be assigned to a      performed to rectify deficiencies, and ensure that structures are maintained to
                                                                 specific, direct cost, work activity, OR it is work involving overall program     assigned maintenance levels. Costs for performing annual maintenance
                                                                 leadership, planning and directing the work of others, coordination, or general   (including condition assessments) should be captured in program element IJ.
                                                                 administrative support. The work of this work activity consists of support of the Costs for construction should be captured in program element IL.
                                                                 programs within the relevant End Outcome Goal, and is used by supervisors and
                                                                 managers when their work cannot be tied to a direct cost-, output producing-work
                                                                 activity. Managers, supervisors, and employees who work on projects or programs This program element covers only those dams that meet the National Dam Safety
                                                                 that produce outputs, should code costs to the work activity producing those      Programs Act criteria for size and capacity, FEMA 333 (Federal Guidelines for
                                                                 outputs.                                                                          Hazard Potential Classification Systems for Dams), and Federal Guidelines on
                                                                                                                                                   Dam Safety. All other smaller “resource” type dams are covered under other
                                                                 Work of a non-specific nature, related to the overarching End Outcome Goal,       PEs such as JA, JB, JC, JH or JI.
                                                                 such as typing correspondence and reports; preparing travel authorizations and
                                                                 vouchers; maintaining time and attendance records, etc. may be coded to this work
                                                                 activity. Other examples of work that can be costed to this work activity include Benefiting activities are responsible for funding any of the program-specific
                                                                 non-specific program training; workforce supervision (employee relations and      reviews, clearances and permits that are required.
                                                                 training, maintaining a qualified workforce); workload accomplishment
                                                                 monitoring; performance measurement; evaluations; program development and
                                                                 budget preparation for the End Outcome Goal.
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              DOI     BLM      DOI Activity     BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                 Description                                 Outputs
   EOG                                                                                    DOI Activity Description                                                            BLM Activity Description                                                      DOI Output   BLM Output                   Notes   Resolution
              Code    Code       Title             Title                                                                                                                                                                                     Consistent?                                Consistent?



Program      51      PA      Manage             Provide        Examples/Notes:                                                                   The work captured by this program element is the overall management and               Yes                 NA                         Yes
Management                   Commercial         Program                                                                                          support of projects and programs of its relevant Mission Goal (Provide for and
                             Recreation         Support:       Work Activity Description: The work captured by this work activity is the overall receive fair value in recreation), and includes labor and operational costs which
                             Operations         Receive Fair   management and support of projects and programs of its relevant End Outcome       cannot be assigned to a specific, direct cost, program element, OR it is work
                                                Value in       Goal, and includes labor and operational costs which cannot be assigned to a      involving overall program leadership, planning and directing the work of others,
                                                Recreation     specific, direct cost, work activity, OR it is work involving overall program     coordination, or general administrative support. The work of this program
                                                               leadership, planning and directing the work of others, coordination, or general   element consists of support of the programs within the relevant Mission Goal,
                                                               administrative support. The work of this work activity consists of support of the and is used by supervisors (i.e., deputy state directors, branch chiefs, field office
                                                               programs within the relevant End Outcome Goal, and is used by supervisors and     managers) and resource staff (principally program leads) when their work cannot
                                                               managers when their work cannot be tied to a direct cost-, output producing-work  be tied to a direct cost, output producing, or program element. Managers,
                                                               activity. Managers, supervisors, and employees who work on projects or programs   supervisors, and employees who work on projects or programs that produce
                                                               that produce outputs, should code costs to the work activity producing those      outputs should code costs to the program element producing those outputs.
                                                               outputs.                                                                          Work of a non-specific nature, related to the overarching Mission Goal, such as
                                                                                                                                                 typing correspondence and reports, preparing travel authorizations and vouchers,
                                                               Work of a non-specific nature, related to the overarching End Outcome Goal,       maintaining time and attendance records, etc., may be coded to this program
                                                               such as typing correspondence and reports; preparing travel authorizations and    element. Other examples of work that can be coded to this program element
                                                               vouchers; maintaining time and attendance records, etc. may be coded to this work include: non-specific program training; Resource Advisory Council (RAC)
                                                               activity. Other examples of work that can be costed to this work activity include meeting preparation, attendence, and/or conduct; workforce supervision
                                                               non-specific program training; workforce supervision (employee relations and      (employee relations and training, maintaining a qualified workforce); workload
                                                               training, maintaining a qualified workforce); workload accomplishment             accomplishment monitoring; performance measurement; evaluations; cost
                                                               monitoring; performance measurement; evaluations; program development and         management; program development and budget preparation for the Mission
                                                               budget preparation for the End Outcome Goal.                                      Goal. Administrative training and meetings (i.e., retirement training, CPR training,
Program      42      PC      Manage Cultural    Provide        Examples/Notes:                                                                   The work captured by this program element is the overall are attended and
                                                                                                                                                 ethics training, safety training, all employee meetings) that management by           Yes                 NA                         Yes
Management                   Protection &       Program                                                                                          support of projects and programs of its relevant Mission Goal (Preserve Natural
                             Heritage Resources Support:       Work Activity Description: The work captured by this work activity is the overall & Cultural Heritage), and includes labor and operational costs which cannot be
                                                Natural /      management and support of projects and programs of its relevant End Outcome assigned to a specific, direct cost, program element, OR it is work involving
                                                Cultural       Goal, and includes labor and operational costs which cannot be assigned to a      overall program leadership, planning and directing the work of others,
                                                Heritage       specific, direct cost, work activity, OR it is work involving overall program     coordination, or general administrative support. The work of this program
                                                               leadership, planning and directing the work of others, coordination, or general   element consists of support of the programs within the relevant Mission Goal,
                                                               administrative support. The work of this work activity consists of support of the and is used by supervisors (i.e., deputy state directors, branch chiefs, field office
                                                               programs within the relevant End Outcome Goal, and is used by supervisors and managers) and resource staff (principally program leads) when their work cannot
                                                               managers when their work cannot be tied to a direct cost-, output producing-work be tied to a direct cost, output producing, program element. Managers,
                                                               activity. Managers, supervisors, and employees who work on projects or programs supervisors, and employees who work on projects or programs that produce
                                                               that produce outputs, should code costs to the work activity producing those      outputs, should code costs to the program element producing those outputs.
                                                               outputs.

                                                               Work of a non-specific nature, related to the overarching End Outcome Goal,       Work of a non-specific nature, related to the overarching Mission Goal, such as
                                                               such as typing correspondence and reports; preparing travel authorizations and    typing correspondence and reports; preparing travel authorizations and vouchers;
                                                               vouchers; maintaining time and attendance records, etc. may be coded to this work maintaining time and attendance records, etc. may be coded to this program
                                                               activity. Other examples of work that can be costed to this work activity include element Other examples of work that can be costed to this program element
                                                               non-specific program training; workforce supervision (employee relations and      include non-specific program training; Resource Advisory Council (RAC)
                                                               training, maintaining a qualified workforce); workload accomplishment             meeting preparation, attendance, and/or conduct; workforce supervision
                                                               monitoring; performance measurement; evaluations; program development and         (employee relations and training, maintaining a qualified workforce); workload
                                                               budget preparation for the End Outcome Goal.                                      accomplishment monitoring; performance measurement; evaluations; cost
Program      40      PH      Manage Watershed Support Work     Examples/Notes:                                                                   management; program this program element is the overall management and
                                                                                                                                                 The work captured by development and budget preparation for the Mission            Yes                    NA                         Yes
Management                   Health and       for Restoring                                                                                      support of projects and programs of its relevant Mission Goal, and includes labor
                             Landscapes       Health of the    Work Activity Description: The work captured by this work activity is the overall and operational costs which cannot be assigned to a specific, direct cost, program
                                              Public Lands     management and support of projects and programs of its relevant End Outcome element, OR it is work involving overall program leadership, planning and
                                                               Goal, and includes labor and operational costs which cannot be assigned to a      directing the work of others, coordination, or general administrative support. The
                                                               specific, direct cost, work activity, OR it is work involving overall program     work of this program element consists of support of the programs within the
                                                               leadership, planning and directing the work of others, coordination, or general   relevant Mission Goal (Restore At-Risk Resources & Maintain Functioning
                                                               administrative support. The work of this work activity consists of support of the Systems), and is used by supervisors (i.e., deputy state directors, branch chiefs,
                                                               programs within the relevant End Outcome Goal, and is used by supervisors and field office managers) and resource staff (principally program leads) when their
                                                               managers when their work cannot be tied to a direct cost-, output producing-work work cannot be tied to a direct cost, output producing, program element.
                                                               activity. Managers, supervisors, and employees who work on projects or programs Managers, supervisors, and employees who work on projects or programs that
                                                               that produce outputs, should code costs to the work activity producing those      produce outputs, should code costs to the program element producing those
                                                               outputs.                                                                          outputs.

                                                               Work of a non-specific nature, related to the overarching End Outcome Goal,
                                                               such as typing correspondence and reports; preparing travel authorizations and        Work of a non-specific nature, related to the overarching Mission Goal, such as
                                                               vouchers; maintaining time and attendance records, etc. may be coded to this work     typing correspondence and reports; preparing travel authorizations and vouchers;
                                                               activity. Other examples of work that can be costed to this work activity include     maintaining time and attendance records, etc. may be coded to this program
                                                               non-specific program training; workforce supervision (employee relations and          element Other examples of work that can be costed to this program element
                                                               training, maintaining a qualified workforce); workload accomplishment                 include non-specific program training; Resource Advisory Council (RAC)
                                                               monitoring; performance measurement; evaluations; program development and             meeting preparation, attendance, and/or conduct; workforce supervision
                                                               budget preparation for the End Outcome Goal.                                          (employee relations and training, maintaining a qualified workforce); workload
                                                                                                                                                     accomplishment monitoring; performance measurement; evaluations; cost
                                                               Administrative training and meetings (i.e., retirement training, CPR training, ethics management; program development and budget preparation for the Mission
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              DOI     BLM      DOI Activity      BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                    Description                                 Outputs
   EOG                                                                                      DOI Activity Description                                                            BLM Activity Description                                                        DOI Output   BLM Output                   Notes   Resolution
              Code    Code       Title              Title                                                                                                                                                                                        Consistent?                                Consistent?



Program      41      PI      Manage Biological Provide           Examples/Notes:                                                                     The work captured by this program element is the overall management and               Yes                 NA                         Yes
Management                   Communities       Program                                                                                               support of projects and programs of its relevant Mission Goal (Manage Biological
                             Sustainments      Support:          Work Activity Description: The work captured by this work activity is the overall   Communities Sustainments), and includes labor and operational costs which
                                               Sustaining        management and support of projects and programs of its relevant End Outcome         cannot be assigned to a specific, direct cost, program element, OR it is work
                                               Biological        Goal, and includes labor and operational costs which cannot be assigned to a        involving overall program leadership, planning and directing the work of others,
                                               Communities       specific, direct cost, work activity, OR it is work involving overall program       coordination, or general administrative support. The work of this program
                                                                 leadership, planning and directing the work of others, coordination, or general     element consists of support of the programs within the relevant Mission Goal,
                                                                 administrative support. The work of this work activity consists of support of the   and is used by supervisors (i.e., deputy state directors, branch chiefs, field office
                                                                 programs within the relevant End Outcome Goal, and is used by supervisors and       managers) and resource staff (principally program leads) when their work cannot
                                                                 managers when their work cannot be tied to a direct cost-, output producing-work    be tied to a direct cost, output producing, program element. Managers,
                                                                 activity. Managers, supervisors, and employees who work on projects or programs     supervisors, and employees who work on projects or programs that produce
                                                                 that produce outputs, should code costs to the work activity producing those        outputs should code costs to the program element producing those outputs.
                                                                 outputs.                                                                            Work of a non-specific nature, related to the overarching Mission Goal, such as
                                                                                                                                                     typing correspondence and reports; preparing travel authorizations and vouchers;
                                                                 Work of a non-specific nature, related to the overarching End Outcome Goal,         maintaining time and attendance records, etc. may be coded to this program
                                                                 such as typing correspondence and reports; preparing travel authorizations and      element. Other examples of work that can be coded to this program element
                                                                 vouchers; maintaining time and attendance records, etc. may be coded to this work   include non-specific program training; Resource Advisory Council (RAC)
                                                                 activity. Other examples of work that can be costed to this work activity include   meeting preparation, attendance, and/or conduct; workforce supervision
                                                                 non-specific program training; workforce supervision (employee relations and        (employee relations and training, maintaining a qualified workforce); workload
                                                                 training, maintaining a qualified workforce); workload accomplishment               accomplishment monitoring; performance measurement; evaluations; cost
Program      46      PJ      Manage Public       Provide         monitoring; performance measurement; evaluations; program development and
                                                                 Examples/Notes:                                                                     The work captured by development and budget preparation for the Mission
                                                                                                                                                     management; program this program element is the overall management and                Yes                 NA                         Yes
Management                   Resources: Forest   Program                                                                                             support of projects and programs of its relevant Mission Goal (Manage Public
                             Products            Support: Forest Work Activity Description: The work captured by this work activity is the overall   Resources, Forest Products), and includes labor and operational costs that cannot
                                                 Products        management and support of projects and programs of its relevant End Outcome         be assigned to a specific, direct cost, program element, OR it is work involving
                                                                 Goal, and includes labor and operational costs which cannot be assigned to a        overall program leadership, planning and directing the work of others,
                                                                 specific, direct cost, work activity, OR it is work involving overall program       coordination, or general administrative support. The work of this program
                                                                 leadership, planning and directing the work of others, coordination, or general     element consists of support of the programs within the relevant Mission Goal,
                                                                 administrative support. The work of this work activity consists of support of the   and is used by supervisors (i.e., deputy state directors, branch chiefs, field office
                                                                 programs within the relevant End Outcome Goal, and is used by supervisors and       managers) and resource staff (principally program leads) when their work cannot
                                                                 managers when their work cannot be tied to a direct cost-, output producing-work    be tied to a direct cost, output producing, or program element. Managers,
                                                                 activity. Managers, supervisors, and employees who work on projects or programs     supervisors, and employees who work on projects or programs that produce
                                                                 that produce outputs, should code costs to the work activity producing those        outputs should code costs to the program element producing those outputs.
                                                                 outputs.                                                                            Work of a non-specific nature, related to the overarching Mission Goal, such as
                                                                                                                                                     typing correspondence and reports, preparing travel authorizations and vouchers,
                                                                 Work of a non-specific nature, related to the overarching End Outcome Goal,         maintaining time and attendance records, etc., may be coded to this program
                                                                 such as typing correspondence and reports; preparing travel authorizations and      element. Other examples of work that can be coded to this program element
                                                                 vouchers; maintaining time and attendance records, etc. may be coded to this work   include: non-specific program training; Resource Advisory Council (RAC)
                                                                 activity. Other examples of work that can be costed to this work activity include   meeting preparation, attendance, and/or conduct; workforce supervision
                                                                 non-specific program training; workforce supervision (employee relations and        (employee relations and training, maintaining a qualified workforce); workload
                                                                 training, maintaining a qualified workforce); workload accomplishment               accomplishment monitoring; performance measurement; evaluations; cost
                                                                 monitoring; performance measurement; evaluations; program development and           management; and, program development and budget preparation for the Mission
Program      45      PK      Manage Public     Provide           budget preparation for the End Outcome Goal.
                                                                 Examples/Notes:                                                                     Goal. Administrative training and meetings (i.e., retirement training, CPR training, Yes
                                                                                                                                                     The work captured by this program element is the overall management and                                   NA                         Yes
Management                   Resources: Forage Program                                                                                               support of projects and programs of its relevant Mission Goal (Manage Public
                                               Support:          Work Activity Description: The work captured by this work activity is the overall   Resources, Forage), and includes labor and operational costs that cannot be
                                               Forage            management and support of projects and programs of its relevant End Outcome         assigned to a specific, direct cost, program element, OR it is work involving
                                                                 Goal, and includes labor and operational costs which cannot be assigned to a        overall program leadership, planning and directing the work of others,
                                                                 specific, direct cost, work activity, OR it is work involving overall program       coordination, or general administrative support. The work of this program
                                                                 leadership, planning and directing the work of others, coordination, or general     element consists of support of the programs within the relevant Mission Goal,
                                                                 administrative support. The work of this work activity consists of support of the   and is used by supervisors (i.e., deputy state directors, branch chiefs, field office
                                                                 programs within the relevant End Outcome Goal, and is used by supervisors and       managers) and resource staff (principally program leads) when their work cannot
                                                                 managers when their work cannot be tied to a direct cost-, output producing-work    be tied to a direct cost, output producing, or program element. Managers,
                                                                 activity. Managers, supervisors, and employees who work on projects or programs     supervisors, and employees who work on projects or programs that produce
                                                                 that produce outputs, should code costs to the work activity producing those        outputs should code costs to the program element producing those outputs.
                                                                 outputs.                                                                            Work of a non-specific nature, related to the overarching Mission Goal, such as
                                                                                                                                                     typing correspondence and reports, preparing travel authorizations and vouchers,
                                                                 Work of a non-specific nature, related to the overarching End Outcome Goal,         maintaining time and attendance records, etc., may be coded to this program
                                                                 such as typing correspondence and reports; preparing travel authorizations and      element. Other examples of work that can be coded to this program element
                                                                 vouchers; maintaining time and attendance records, etc. may be coded to this work   include: non-specific program training; Resource Advisory Council (RAC)
                                                                 activity. Other examples of work that can be costed to this work activity include   meeting preparation, attendance, and/or conduct; workforce supervision
                                                                 non-specific program training; workforce supervision (employee relations and        (employee relations and training, maintaining a qualified workforce); workload
                                                                 training, maintaining a qualified workforce); workload accomplishment               accomplishment monitoring; performance measurement; evaluations; cost
                                                                 monitoring; performance measurement; evaluations; program development and           management; program development and budget preparation for the Mission
                                                                 budget preparation for the End Outcome Goal.                                        Goal. Administrative training and meetings (i.e., retirement training, CPR training,
                                                                                                                                                     ethics training, safety training, all employee meetings), that are attended by
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              DOI     BLM      DOI Activity      BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                     Description                                 Outputs
   EOG                                                                                       DOI Activity Description                                                            BLM Activity Description                                                        DOI Output   BLM Output                   Notes   Resolution
              Code    Code       Title              Title                                                                                                                                                                                         Consistent?                                Consistent?



Program      50      PM      Manage Recreation Provide            Examples/Notes:                                                                     The work captured by this program element is the overall management and               Yes                 NA                         Yes
Management                                     Program                                                                                                support of projects and programs of its relevant Mission Goal (Manage a Quality
                                               Support:           Work Activity Description: The work captured by this work activity is the overall   Recreational Experience), and includes labor and operational costs that cannot be
                                               Quality            management and support of projects and programs of its relevant End Outcome         assigned to a specific, direct cost, program element, OR it is work involving
                                               Recreation         Goal, and includes labor and operational costs which cannot be assigned to a        overall program leadership, planning and directing the work of others,
                                               Experience         specific, direct cost, work activity, OR it is work involving overall program       coordination, or general administrative support. The work of this program
                                                                  leadership, planning and directing the work of others, coordination, or general     element consists of support of the programs within the relevant Mission Goal,
                                                                  administrative support. The work of this work activity consists of support of the   and is used by supervisors (i.e., deputy state directors, branch chiefs, field office
                                                                  programs within the relevant End Outcome Goal, and is used by supervisors and       managers) and resource staff (principally program leads) when their work cannot
                                                                  managers when their work cannot be tied to a direct cost-, output producing-work    be tied to a direct cost, output producing, or program element. Managers,
                                                                  activity. Managers, supervisors, and employees who work on projects or programs     supervisors, and employees who work on projects or programs that produce
                                                                  that produce outputs, should code costs to the work activity producing those        outputs should code costs to the program element producing those outputs.
                                                                  outputs.                                                                            Work of a non-specific nature, related to the overarching Mission Goal, such as
                                                                                                                                                      typing correspondence and reports, preparing travel authorizations and vouchers,
                                                                  Work of a non-specific nature, related to the overarching End Outcome Goal,         maintaining time and attendance records, etc., may be coded to this program
                                                                  such as typing correspondence and reports; preparing travel authorizations and      element. Other examples of work that can be coded to this program element
                                                                  vouchers; maintaining time and attendance records, etc. may be coded to this work   include: non-specific program training; Resource Advisory Council (RAC)
                                                                  activity. Other examples of work that can be costed to this work activity include   meeting preparation, attendance, and/or conduct; workforce supervision
                                                                  non-specific program training; workforce supervision (employee relations and        (employee relations and training, maintaining a qualified workforce); workload
                                                                  training, maintaining a qualified workforce); workload accomplishment               accomplishment monitoring; performance measurement; evaluations; cost
Program      52      PN      Manage the          Provide          monitoring; performance measurement; evaluations; program development and
                                                                  Examples/Notes:                                                                     management; program this program element is the overall management and
                                                                                                                                                      The work captured by development and budget preparation for the Mission               Yes                 NA                         Yes
Management                   Protection of       Program                                                                                              support of projects and programs of its relevant Mission Goal (Manage the
                             Lives, Resources,   Support:         Work Activity Description: The work captured by this work activity is the overall   Protection of Lives, Resources, and Property), and includes labor and operational
                             and Property        Protection of    management and support of projects and programs of its relevant End Outcome         costs that cannot be assigned to a specific, direct cost, program element, OR it is
                                                 Lives,           Goal, and includes labor and operational costs which cannot be assigned to a        work involving overall program leadership, planning and directing the work of
                                                 Resources, and   specific, direct cost, work activity, OR it is work involving overall program       others, coordination, or general administrative support. The work of this program
                                                 Property         leadership, planning and directing the work of others, coordination, or general     element consists of support of the programs within the relevant Mission Goal,
                                                                  administrative support. The work of this work activity consists of support of the   and is used by supervisors (i.e., deputy state directors, branch chiefs, field office
                                                                  programs within the relevant End Outcome Goal, and is used by supervisors and       managers) and resource staff (principally program leads) when their work cannot
                                                                  managers when their work cannot be tied to a direct cost-, output producing-work    be tied to a direct cost, output producing, or program element. Managers,
                                                                  activity. Managers, supervisors, and employees who work on projects or programs     supervisors, and employees who work on projects or programs that produce
                                                                  that produce outputs, should code costs to the work activity producing those        outputs should code costs to the program element producing those outputs.
                                                                  outputs.                                                                            Work of a non-specific nature, related to the overarching Mission Goal, such as
                                                                                                                                                      typing correspondence and reports, preparing travel authorizations and vouchers,
                                                                  Work of a non-specific nature, related to the overarching End Outcome Goal,         maintaining time and attendance records, etc., may be coded to this program
                                                                  such as typing correspondence and reports; preparing travel authorizations and      element. Other examples of work that can be coded to this program element
                                                                  vouchers; maintaining time and attendance records, etc. may be coded to this work   include: non-specific program training; Resource Advisory Council (RAC)
                                                                  activity. Other examples of work that can be costed to this work activity include   meeting preparation, attendance, and/or conduct; workforce supervision
                                                                  non-specific program training; workforce supervision (employee relations and        (employee relations and training, maintaining a qualified workforce); workload
                                                                  training, maintaining a qualified workforce); workload accomplishment               accomplishment monitoring; performance measurement; evaluations; cost
Program      44      PO      Manage Public       Provide          monitoring; performance measurement; evaluations; program development and
                                                                  Examples/Notes:                                                                     The work captured by development and budget preparation for the Mission
                                                                                                                                                      management; program this program element is the overall management and                Yes                 NA                         Yes
Management                   Resources: Non-     Program                                                                                              support of projects and programs of its relevant Mission Goal (Manage Public
                             Energy              Support: Public Work Activity Description: The work captured by this work activity is the overall    Resources, Non-Energy), and includes labor and operational costs that cannot be
                                                 Resources -     management and support of projects and programs of its relevant End Outcome          assigned to a specific, direct cost, program element, OR it is work involving
                                                 Non-Energy      Goal, and includes labor and operational costs which cannot be assigned to a         overall program leadership, planning and directing the work of others,
                                                                 specific, direct cost, work activity, OR it is work involving overall program        coordination, or general administrative support. The work of this program
                                                                 leadership, planning and directing the work of others, coordination, or general      element consists of support of the programs within the relevant Mission Goal,
                                                                 administrative support. The work of this work activity consists of support of the    and is used by supervisors (i.e., deputy state directors, branch chiefs, field office
                                                                 programs within the relevant End Outcome Goal, and is used by supervisors and        managers) and resource staff (principally program leads) when their work cannot
                                                                 managers when their work cannot be tied to a direct cost-, output producing-work     be tied to a direct cost, output producing, or program elem ent. Managers,
                                                                 activity. Managers, supervisors, and employees who work on projects or programs      supervisors, and employees who work on projects or programs that produce
                                                                 that produce outputs, should code costs to the work activity producing those         outputs should code costs to the program element producing those outputs.
                                                                 outputs.                                                                             Work of a non-specific nature, related to the overarching Mission Goal, such as
                                                                                                                                                      typing correspondence and reports, preparing travel authorizations and vouchers,
                                                                  Work of a non-specific nature, related to the overarching End Outcome Goal,         maintaining time and attendance records, etc., may be coded to this program
                                                                  such as typing correspondence and reports; preparing travel authorizations and      element. Other examples of work that can be coded to this program element
                                                                  vouchers; maintaining time and attendance records, etc. may be coded to this work   include: non-specific program training; Resource Advisory Council (RAC)
                                                                  activity. Other examples of work that can be costed to this work activity include   meeting preparation, attendance, and/or conduct; workforce supervision
                                                                  non-specific program training; workforce supervision (employee relations and        (employee relations and training, maintaining a qualified workforce); workload
                                                                  training, maintaining a qualified workforce); workload accomplishment               accomplishment monitoring; performance measurement; evaluations; cost
                                                                  monitoring; performance measurement; evaluations; program development and           management; and, program development and budget preparation for the Mission
                                                                  budget preparation for the End Outcome Goal.                                        Goal. Administrative training and meetings (i.e., retirement training, CPR training,
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              DOI     BLM      DOI Activity     BLM Activity                                                                                                                                                                                   Description                                 Outputs
   EOG                                                                                      DOI Activity Description                                                           BLM Activity Description                                                       DOI Output   BLM Output                   Notes   Resolution
              Code    Code       Title             Title                                                                                                                                                                                       Consistent?                                Consistent?



Program      43      PP      Manage Public     Provide           Examples/Notes:                                                                   The work captured by this program element is the overall management and               Yes                 NA                         Yes
Management                   Resources: Energy Program                                                                                             support of projects and programs of its relevant Mission Goal (Manage Public
                                               Support: Public   Work Activity Description: The work captured by this work activity is the overall Resources, Energy), and includes labor and operational costs that cannot be
                                               Resources -       management and support of projects and programs of its relevant End Outcome       assigned to a specific, direct cost, program element, OR it is work involving
                                               Energy            Goal,