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This document is a companion to Chapter 9 of the Analytical Perspectives volume of
this budget, and provides the Information Technology (IT) portfolios discussed in
the Budget. For additional guidance about the formulation of the Information
Technology and E-gov Exhibit 53s for the FY2006 budget, please go to:
http://www.whitehouse.gov/omb/circulars/a11/current_year/s53.pdf
For additional guidance about the Planning, Budgeting, Acquisition of Capital
Assets, Exhibit 300s for the FY2006 budget, please go to:
http://www.whitehouse.gov/omb/circulars/a11/current_year/s300.pdf

The document consists of two Microsoft Excel Spreadsheets:

1)      Summary. This spreadsheet provides an overall summary of IT spending, by
agency or department, for FY2004, FY2005, and FY2006. Each agency name is
hyperlinked the section of the report providing details for the agency.

2)      IT Investment Details. This spreadsheet provides agency IT investment
details in the categories of 1) projects by mission area, 2) office automation and
infrastructure projects, 3) enterprise architecture and planning projects, 4)
grants management projects, and 5) extramural/grants to states for some agencies.
The breakout of modernization funds versus steady state operations are displayed if
reported by the agencies. The report is in millions of dollars and some
small/other projects do not breakout the modernization from the steady state so
they will appear to be errors in addition. There are comment fields for each
heading describing the elements of the report.
If you have questions about this report please contact OMB Communications at 202-
395-7254.
               Report on Information Technology (IT) Spending for the Federal
                     Government For Fiscal Years 2004, 2005, and 2006
                                          (dollars shown in millions)
                                                 February 2005
                                                                             FY2004           FY2005
Agency                                                                       Actuals          Enacted
Department of Defense*
Department of the Air Force
Department of the Army
Department of the Navy
Department of Defense Agencies
Department of Defense*                                            Totals           $26,900        $28,700


Civilian Agencies
Department of Agriculture                                                           $1,667         $1,815
Department of Commerce                                                              $1,325         $1,464
Department of Education                                                                $407             $364
Department of Energy                                                                $2,585         $2,628
Department of Health and Human Services                                             $4,598         $5,204
Department of Homeland Security                                                     $4,757         $4,784
Department Housing and Urban Development*                                              $430             $333
Department of Interior                                                                 $810             $859
Department of Justice                                                               $2,118         $2,249
Department of Labor                                                                    $435             $422
Department of State                                                                    $857             $788
US Agency for International Development                                                $127             $131
Department of Transportation                                                        $2,497         $2,498
Department of Treasury                                                              $2,819         $2,250
Department of Veterans Affairs                                                      $1,508         $1,661
Corps of Engineers                                                                     $297             $277
Environmental Protection Agency                                                        $435             $454
General Services Administration                                                        $483             $531
National Aeronautics and Space Administration                                       $2,231         $1,971
National Archives and Records Administration                                           $99              $99
National Science Foundation                                                            $39              $43
Nuclear Regulatory Commission                                                          $76              $83
Office of Personnel Management                                                         $127             $148
Small Business Administration                                                          $33              $36
Smithsonian Institution                                                                $58              $57
Social Security Administration                                                        $868         $1,030
Civilian Agencies                                                 Totals           $31,686        $32,179
Total IT Investments for the Federal Government                                   $58,586        $60,879

* The detail for the Department of Defense and the Department of Housing and Urban Devleopment will be provided in an
update that will be published in April 2005.
Federal
6


              FY2006
              Request




                   $30,100



                    $1,931
                    $1,549
                      $391
                    $2,889
                    $5,358
                    $5,964
                      $322
                      $882
                    $2,704
                      $409
                      $810
                      $119
                    $2,621
                    $2,332
                    $2,146
                      $287
                      $467
                      $574
                    $1,903
                      $104
                        $54
                        $88
                      $127
                        $41
                        $57
                      $958
                   $35,087
                  $65,187

ment will be provided in an
Investment   Unique Project ID             Type Investment Name
Type

                                   Department of the Air Force*



                                     Deparment of the Army*



                                     Department of the Navy*



                                 Department of Defense Agencies*



                                    Department of Agriculture

01           005-03-01-01-01-1000-00-402-12401   Corporate Property Automated
                                                 Information System


01           005-03-01-01-01-1020-00-402-12401   Corporate Financial Mangement
                                                 Systems



01           005-03-01-01-01-1221-24-408-19501   Human Resources Line of Business: e-
                                                 Payroll
01   005-03-01-01-01-1226-24-408-19501   Human Resources Line of Business:
                                         Service Center




01   005-03-01-01-01-2000-00-408-19501   NFC Legacy Payroll/Personnel System




01   005-03-01-01-02-1102-00-402-12402   Financial Management Modernization
                                         Initiative




01   005-03-01-81-01-1020-00-405-14301   Integrated Acquisition System (IAS)

01   005-03-01-81-02-0010-00-305-10802   OCIO eGov Implementation
01   005-03-01-81-02-0020-00-404-14002   OCIO Security Implementation
01   005-03-01-81-02-0040-00-304-10202   OCIO - Other Administrative/Staffing
                                         Costs
01   005-03-01-81-02-4000-00-405-14602   AGCAS



01   005-03-01-81-02-5000-00-404-14002   Information Technology Security
                                         Planning



01   005-03-01-81-02-6000-00-405-14402   Beltsville Service Center




01   005-03-01-81-02-7000-00-404-14202   DA Information Resources Division
01   005-03-01-81-02-8000-00-404-14002   E-Government in Departmental
                                         Administration



01   005-03-01-81-02-9001-00-402-12402   Purchase Card Management System
                                         (PCMS)


01   005-03-01-81-02-9002-00-404-13802   TARGET Center



01   005-03-01-81-02-9003-00-405-14502   Mail and Reproduction Management


01   005-03-01-81-04-0010-24-117-05804   Recreation One-Stop



01   005-03-01-81-04-0020-24-112-03904   GovBenefits.gov




01   005-03-01-81-04-0030-24-106-01604   E-Loans




01   005-03-01-81-04-0060-24-313-16904   E-Rulemaking




01   005-03-01-81-04-0100-24-105-01104   Business Gateway


01   005-03-01-81-04-0120-24-409-20504   Geospatial One-Stop



01   005-03-01-81-04-0130-24-104-01004   Disaster Management



01   005-03-01-81-04-0140-24-104-01004   SAFECOM



01   005-03-01-81-04-0220-24-406-18504   E-Travel




01   005-03-01-81-04-0230-24-410-20904   Integrated Acquisition Environment



01   005-03-01-81-04-0240-24-409-20404   E-Records Management
01   005-03-01-81-04-0250-24-409-20304   E-Authentication




01   005-03-01-81-04-1100-24-407-18804   Financial Management LOB
01   005-03-01-81-04-1200-24-408-24404   HR Management LOB


01   005-03-01-81-04-1217-24-408-23704   E-Training



01   005-03-01-81-04-1300-24-110-21904   GrantsLOB
01   005-03-01-81-04-1316-24-110-21904   Grants.gov




01   005-04-01-51-01-1050-00-305-10901   Commodity Market Information System
                                         (CMIS)




01   005-04-01-81-02-9004-00-201-06802   Biobased Products Preferred
                                         Procurement Information System
                                         (BPPPIS)
01   005-05-01-81-01-0001-00-301-09101   Civil Rights Enterprise System
01   005-13-01-51-02-3000-00-404-13902   USDA data centers



01   005-13-01-51-02-4000-00-105-01102   Research Support and Development
01   005-15-01-51-02-1000-00-109-02602   NASS Research System


01   005-15-01-51-02-2000-00-404-13902   NASS Census and Survey Processing
                                         Systems
01   005-15-01-51-02-3000-00-109-02602   NASS Geospatial Research




01   005-15-01-51-02-6000-00-404-14202   NASS Estimates Processing and
                                         Dissemination

01   005-18-01-01-02-0005-00-402-12902   Annual Resource Management Planning
                                         System

01   005-18-01-01-02-0006-00-402-12502   Budget Allocation System


01   005-18-01-01-02-0021-00-402-12902   Location Obligation Tracking System
                                         LOTS
01   005-18-01-51-02-0003-00-202-06902   Agricultural Research Information
                                         System (ARIS)

01   005-18-01-51-02-0013-00-305-10902   Food Survey Automated Methods and
                                         Reporting
01   005-18-01-51-02-0015-00-109-02602   Germplasm Resources Information
                                         Network (GRIN)

01   005-18-01-51-02-0017-00-108-02302   Integrated Farm System Model


01   005-18-01-51-02-0024-00-109-02602   National Center for Plant Information
                                         (NCPI)

01   005-18-01-51-02-0026-00-305-10902   National Nutrient Databank System
                                         (NDBS)
01   005-18-01-51-02-0028-00-109-02602   Areas/Locations Automation and IT
                                         Services
01   005-20-01-51-01-1010-00-304-10401   Research, Education, and Economics
                                         Information Systems (REEIS)




01   005-20-01-51-02-0004-00-109-02602   Cooperative Research, Education, and
                                         Extension Management System (C-
                                         REEMS)




01   005-20-01-51-02-0005-00-304-10402   Current Research Information System
                                         (CRIS)




01   005-32-01-01-02-3001-00-402-12402   APHIS Financial Systems



01   005-32-01-51-02-2009-00-110-03102   PPQ Asian Longhorned Beetle
                                         Eradication System (ALBES)

01   005-32-01-51-02-5001-00-404-13902   International Services Connectivity



01   005-32-01-61-01-0045-00-110-21801   Wildlife Services MIS 2000




01   005-32-01-61-01-2001-00-114-04301   APHIS Comprehensive Electronic
                                         Permit System (ePermits)
01   005-32-01-61-01-2004-00-114-04301   Phytosanitary Certificate Issuance &
                                         Tracking System (PCIT)




01   005-32-01-61-01-9001-00-111-03401   Automated Information Management
                                         System (AIMS)




01   005-32-01-61-01-9004-00-104-01001   Emergency Management Response
                                         System (EMRS)



01   005-32-01-61-01-9006-00-110-03201   Generic Disease Database

01   005-32-01-61-01-9008-00-111-03401   NVSL/CVB Integrated Item Tracking
                                         System (IITS)
01   005-32-01-61-01-9009-00-111-03401   High Consequence Agent Registration
                                         and Tracking System (HCARTS)




01   005-32-01-61-01-9010-00-110-03201   National Animal ID System (NAIS)

01   005-32-01-61-02-1002-00-301-09302   BRS Biotechnology Interim Database
                                         System




01   005-32-01-61-02-2010-00-110-21802   PPQ Digital Imaging Program




01   005-32-01-61-02-2016-00-114-04302   PPQ Small Operational Tracking
                                         Systems

01   005-32-01-61-02-2017-00-114-04302   PPQ Pest Interception Database
                                         (PestID)


01   005-32-01-61-02-2020-00-114-04302   PPQ Pest Detection
01   005-32-01-61-02-2021-00-114-04302   PPQ 280
01   005-32-01-61-02-2022-00-114-04302   PPQ Agricultural Quarantine Inspection
                                         Monitoring (AQIM)




01   005-32-01-61-02-2023-00-114-04302   PPQ Emergency Action Notification
                                         (EAN)
01   005-32-01-61-02-2024-00-110-03202   PPQ Lotus Notes Maintenance




01   005-32-01-61-02-2025-00-114-04302   PPQ Work Accomplishment data
                                         System (WADS)




01   005-32-01-61-02-2026-00-114-04302   PPQ Sample Collections



01   005-32-01-61-02-3004-00-402-12402   Planning and Oversight



01   005-32-01-61-02-3005-00-301-09102   APHIS Violations, Investigations and
                                         Enforcement System (VIES)

01   005-32-01-61-02-6001-00-303-09702   License and Registration Information
                                         System (LARIS)



01   005-32-01-61-02-9011-00-110-03202   Veterinary Services Process
                                         Streamlining

01   005-32-01-61-02-9012-00-110-03202   National Animal Health Laboratory
                                         Network (NAHLN)




01   005-35-01-01-02-0002-00-402-12402   Performance Management System
01   005-35-01-61-01-1010-00-404-13601   FSIS Automated Corporate Technology
                                         Suite (FACTS)



01   005-35-01-61-01-1040-00-404-14201   FAIM - Field Automation and
                                         Information Management
01   005-35-01-61-01-8007-00-110-03201   Food Safety and Security Tools




01   005-35-01-61-02-1050-00-404-14202   e-Lexnet-Data Repository




01   005-35-01-61-02-1080-00-404-14202   HAT




01   005-45-01-61-01-1020-00-105-01101   AMS Livestock Mandatory Price
                                         Reporting System (LMPRS)


01   005-45-01-61-01-8012-00-105-01101   Web-based Supply Chain Management




01   005-45-01-61-02-1000-00-105-01102   AMS Mission Specific
01   005-45-01-61-02-2000-00-105-01102   Market News




01   005-47-01-51-01-0001-00-402-12401   RMA-01 - Financial Management
                                         Systems



01   005-47-01-51-01-0002-00-402-12401   RMA-02 - Corporate Insurance
                                         Information Systems




01   005-47-01-51-01-0007-00-402-12801   RMA-07 - Strategic Data Analysis (Data
                                         Mining /Data Warehousing)




01   005-47-01-51-02-0010-00-404-14202   RMA-10 - Risk Management Geospatial
                                         Information Interface (RMAGII)
01   005-47-01-51-02-0013-00-304-10302   RMA-13 Emerging Information
                                         Technology Architecture




01   005-47-01-51-02-0014-00-105-01102   RMA - #14 Agricultural Risk Protection
                                         Act of 2000 (ARPA) Implementation




01   005-49-01-01-01-1030-00-402-12401   Core Accounting System (CORE)# 0006

01   005-49-01-01-01-1060-00-402-12701   Program Fund Control System (PFCS) -
                                         #0082
01   005-49-01-01-02-0106-00-402-12902   Consolidated Financial Management
                                         Information Systems




01   005-49-01-01-02-0107-00-407-19202   Consolidated General Sales Manager




01   005-49-01-51-01-0084-00-404-14201   Geographic Information System (GIS) #
                                         0084


01   005-49-01-51-02-0009-00-404-13802   Cotton Management Systems (CMS) #
                                         009




01   005-49-01-51-02-0030-00-105-01402   Direct Counter-Cyclical Program
                                         Enrollment & Payments System # 0030


01   005-49-01-51-02-0100-00-405-14302   Commodity Management Systems #
                                         0100
01   005-49-01-51-02-0101-00-105-01402   Price Support Systems #0101



01   005-49-01-51-02-0102-00-105-01402   Consolidated Natural Disaster Relief
                                         Programs #0102


01   005-49-01-51-02-0103-00-205-08102   Consolidated Farm Loan Program
                                         Information and Delivery System #0103


01   005-49-01-51-02-0104-00-404-13802   Tobacco Systems #0104



01   005-49-01-51-02-0105-00-117-05902   Conservation Systems #0105



01   005-49-01-51-02-0111-00-404-14202   Common Farm Programs Systems
                                         #0111



01   005-49-01-61-01-1010-00-405-14401   Processed Commodity Inventory
                                         Management System (PCIMS) - FSA,
                                         FNS, AMS

01   005-49-01-81-02-0091-00-409-19902   FSA Additional eGov Contributions

01   005-53-01-11-01-0013-00-108-02301   NRCS-Water and Climate Information
                                         System (W&C)
01   005-53-01-11-01-1000-00-311-16001   NRCS - Natural Resource Information,
                                         Inventory & Assessment

01   005-53-01-11-01-2000-00-117-05701   NRCS - Conservation Program Delivery

01   005-55-01-01-01-1050-00-402-12401   New Guaranteed Loan Accounting
                                         System (NGLS)



01   005-55-01-01-01-1070-00-402-12401   Rural Utilities Service Loan Servicing
                                         System (RULSS) Rural Development
01   005-55-01-01-02-1000-00-402-12402   Financial Information System Vision
                                         (FISVIS)
01   005-55-01-71-01-1010-00-402-12901   Multi-Family Integrated System - MFIS
                                         (formerly AMAS)
01   005-55-01-71-01-1020-00-402-12401   Dedicated Loan Origination and
                                         Servicing System (DLOS)
01   005-55-01-71-02-1111-00-402-12402   AMAS Industry Interface
01   005-55-01-71-02-1112-00-301-09302   Executive Information System (EIS)


01   005-55-01-71-02-1115-00-402-12602   National Finance Center (NFC)
01   005-55-01-71-02-1116-00-404-13902   National/Finance Office On-site Support
                                         Services
01   005-55-01-71-02-1117-00-304-10702   Rural Community Facilities Tracking
                                         System (RCFTS)
01   005-55-01-71-02-1118-00-404-14202   Rural Development e-Government
01   005-55-01-71-02-1119-00-404-14202   Specialized Services


01   005-55-01-71-02-1120-00-302-09502   USDA Field Service Center
01   005-55-01-71-02-1155-00-404-14002   RD Security Summary
01   005-55-01-71-02-2006-00-402-12602   HUD CAIVRS
01   005-68-01-01-01-0082-00-407-19201   FAS International Funds Control
                                         Reporting System (IFCRS)




01   005-68-01-51-02-0023-00-114-04302   FAS Market Intelligence - Global
                                         Commodity Analysis (MIGCA)




01   005-68-01-51-02-0024-00-113-21302   FAS Global Crop Production
                                         Intelligence System (GCPIS)




01   005-68-01-51-02-0032-00-304-10102   FAS Market Development, Promotion,
                                         Outreach (MDPO)




01   005-68-01-51-02-0042-00-114-04302   FAS Market Access (MA)




01   005-68-01-51-02-0051-00-114-04302   FAS Marketing Assistance and Market
                                         Infrastructure Development (MAMID)
01   005-68-01-51-02-0061-00-114-04202   FAS Food Aid Information System
                                         (FAIS)




01   005-68-01-51-02-0091-00-114-04302   FAS Global Agricultural Trade
                                         Enterprise-Wide Access sYstem
                                         (GATEWAy)




01   005-84-01-01-01-1060-00-402-12501   FNS Integrated Program Accounting
                                         System (IPAS)

01   005-84-01-01-02-0250-00-402-12602   FNS Regional Office Administered
                                         Programs (ROAP)


01   005-84-01-41-01-0210-00-301-09301   FNS FSP Store Tracking and
                                         Redemption System Redesign (STARS
                                         II)




01   005-84-01-41-01-0225-00-301-09301   FNS Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) --
                                         Anti-Fraud Locator using EBT
                                         Transactions (ALERT)
01   005-84-01-41-01-0240-00-301-09301   FNS FSP Store Tracking, Authorization
                                         and Redemption System (STARS) -
                                         Legacy System
01   005-84-01-41-01-1010-00-112-03901   FNS Food Programs Reporting System
                                         (FPRS) (FSPIIS/SNPIIS Redesign)


01   005-84-01-41-01-1030-00-301-09301   FNS SNP Grantee Reporting (SNPIIS
                                         Legacy System)

01   005-84-01-41-01-1050-00-301-09301   FNS FSP Grantee Reporting (FSPIIS
                                         Legacy System)

01   005-84-01-41-02-0220-00-301-09302   FNS Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) --
                                         Account Management Agent (AMA)


01   005-84-01-41-02-0245-00-403-22502   FNS Human Resources Information
                                         System (HRIS)


01   005-84-01-41-02-0255-00-301-09102   FNS Electronic Disqualified Recipient
                                         Subsystem (e-DRS)


01   005-84-01-41-02-0310-00-308-14902   FNS Food Stamp Quality Control
                                         System (FSQCS)




01   005-84-01-41-02-0315-00-305-10902   FNS National Data Bank (NDB)



01   005-84-01-41-02-0325-00-314-17202   FNS Treasury Offset Program (TOP)



01   005-84-01-41-02-0340-00-301-09302   FNS FSP-Disqualified Recipient
                                         Subsystem (DRS) -- Legacy System

01   005-84-01-41-02-0350-00-110-03202   FNCS CNPP Internet-Based Tools
                                         (CNPP)




01   005-96-01-01-02-0060-00-402-12402   FS - CFO - ATSA (Automated Timber
                                         Sale Accounting)

01   005-96-01-01-02-0064-00-402-12402   FS - CFO - EFF-Pay (Emergency
                                         FireFighter-Pay)


01   005-96-01-01-02-0066-00-402-12402   FS - CFO - FFIS (Foundation Financial
                                         Information System)

01   005-96-01-01-02-0069-00-402-12402   FS - CFO - National Financial
                                         Applications
01   005-96-01-01-02-0070-00-402-12502   FS - CFO - Project Work Planning
                                         System Reengineering


01   005-96-01-11-01-0023-00-104-00801   FAM - FPA (Fire Program Analysis)
                                         System Preparedness Module



01   005-96-01-11-01-0040-00-104-01001   FAM--ROSS (Resource Ordering and
                                         Status System)




01   005-96-01-11-01-0057-00-117-05701   FM (TIM /FACTS) Timber Information
                                         Manager and Forest Service Activity
                                         Tracking System



01   005-96-01-11-01-0073-00-304-10701   FS PAS (Performance Accountability
                                         System)




01   005-96-01-11-01-1020-00-403-13201   ConnectHR (Previously called IPS21)




01   005-96-01-11-01-1030-00-117-05701   INFRA (Also supports BRM=203-075)




01   005-96-01-11-01-1050-00-117-05701   EMC -- NRIS (Natural Resource
                                         Information System)




01   005-96-01-11-02-0001-00-405-14602   AQM (Y2K#83) - PONTIUS




01   005-96-01-11-02-0003-00-405-14602   AQM - IAS Implementation Support
01   005-96-01-11-02-0008-00-401-12302   FS CR Equal Employment Opportunity
                                         Complaint Tracking System (EEOCTS)




01   005-96-01-11-02-0020-00-104-01002   FAM (Y2K#52) - ICBS: Fire Cache
                                         Inventory System




01   005-96-01-11-02-0024-00-117-05702   FAM - GIS Services




01   005-96-01-11-02-0026-00-117-05702   Fire Aviation IT Services




01   005-96-01-11-02-0027-00-117-05702   FAM - GIS-Common Data



01   005-96-01-11-02-0034-00-104-00702   FAM - WIMS (Weather Information
                                         Management System)




01   005-96-01-11-02-0039-00-104-00802   National Wildland Fire Enterprise
                                         Architecture




01   005-96-01-11-02-0041-00-409-20502   FAM-IBA (Incident Based Automation)




01   005-96-01-11-02-0042-00-410-20802   FAM-ICBS-Reengineer (Interagency
                                         Cache Business System Reengineer)
01   005-96-01-11-02-0043-00-117-05702   FHP - Decision Support Tools


01   005-96-01-11-02-0044-00-117-05702   FHP - Digital Sketchmapping System



01   005-96-01-11-02-0046-00-117-05702   FHP - Pest and Pathogen Models



01   005-96-01-11-02-0047-00-117-05702   FHP - Tools



01   005-96-01-11-02-0058-00-117-05702   FM (NATCRS) National Timber Cruise




01   005-96-01-11-02-0096-00-117-05702   FM (FVS) Forest Vegetation Simulator




01   005-96-01-11-02-0098-00-119-06402   FS SYVP - SETS (Senior Enrollee
                                         Tracking System)

01   005-96-01-11-02-0103-00-117-05702   LANDS - ALP/NILS (Automated Lands
                                         Project/National Integrated Lands
                                         System)


01   005-96-01-11-02-0105-00-115-04702   LEIMARS (Law Enforcement
                                         Investigations Management and
                                         Attainment Reporting System)
01   005-96-01-11-02-0112-00-117-05702   Unit GSTC - Advanced Data
                                         Management System


01   005-96-01-11-02-0138-00-404-14202   FS eGovernment (complement OMB
                                         and USDA eGov projects)




01   005-96-01-11-02-0142-00-104-00702   FAM - FEIS (Fire Effects Information
                                         System)
01   005-96-01-11-02-0144-00-117-05702   FS - GEB - Corporate Geospatial IT
                                         Services




01   005-96-01-11-02-0151-00-104-00902   FS RSAC Burned Area Reflectance
                                         Mapping to Support Fire/BAER- Unique
                                         ID 0151


01   005-96-01-11-02-0162-00-409-20502   NFPORS




01   005-96-01-11-02-0172-00-404-14202   Fire Program Analysis (FPA) - Phase 2




01   005-96-01-11-02-0178-00-104-00702   FAM - NIFMID




01   005-96-01-11-02-0183-00-104-00702   Fire Area Simulator




01   005-96-01-11-02-0184-00-104-00702   FAMWEB
01   005-96-01-11-04-0181-00-104-01004   Resource Ordering and Status System -
                                         Phase 2




02   005-03-02-01-01-0113-00-404-13901   Service Center Moderization Initiative -
                                         Information Technolgy (SCMI-IT)




02   005-03-02-01-01-8003-00-404-14001   USDA SC eAuthentication Combined




02   005-03-02-01-01-8004-00-404-14201   USDA SC eDeployment Combined




02   005-03-02-01-02-0030-00-404-13902   OCIO - TSO, Computer Services

02   005-03-02-01-02-0060-00-404-13902   DA Infrastructure
02   005-03-02-01-02-0061-00-404-13902   DA Office Automation


02   005-03-02-01-02-1030-00-404-13902   USDA Universal Telecommunications
                                         Network




02   005-03-02-01-02-8005-00-402-12402   USDA SC eLearning Combined




02   005-04-02-01-02-0002-00-105-01102   National Agricultural Weather Initiative


02   005-04-02-01-02-0003-00-201-06802   OCE E-Gov Initiative




02   005-04-02-01-02-0004-00-404-14202   OCE Local Area Network & Data
                                         Support
02   005-04-02-01-02-0062-00-303-09702   Desktop Hardware/Software
                                         Modernization
02   005-04-02-01-02-1000-00-303-09702   NAD - IT Support Services - Egov
                                         Initiative
02   005-04-02-01-02-1000-00-402-12502   Office of Budget and Program Analysis
                                         (OBPA)
02   005-04-02-01-02-2000-00-303-09702   NADTRACK
02   005-04-02-81-02-1795-00-116-05102   Document Management System




02   005-06-02-01-02-1000-00-305-10902   Ongoing IT Support

02   005-08-02-01-02-1000-00-404-13902   OIG IRM Office Automation


02   005-10-02-01-02-0001-00-404-13902   Work Tracking Management System

02   005-10-02-01-02-0002-00-404-13902   OGC Other Office Automation
02   005-10-02-01-02-0003-00-404-14002   OGC Security Summary


02   005-13-02-01-02-1000-00-404-13902   Infrastructure Support
02   005-13-02-01-02-7000-00-404-14002   ERS Security Summary
02   005-15-02-01-02-4000-00-402-12402   NASS Administrative and Financial
                                         Management
02   005-15-02-51-02-5000-00-404-13902   NASS Cyber-security

02   005-15-02-51-02-7000-00-404-13902   NASS Information Technology
                                         Infrastructure
02   005-18-02-51-02-0001-00-404-13602   IT Consolidation - Exchange




02   005-18-02-51-02-0002-00-404-14002   ARS Security

02   005-18-02-51-02-0010-00-202-07202   Electronic Library Management System
                                         (Voyager)
02   005-18-02-51-02-0016-00-404-13902   Headquarters Automation and IT
                                         Services
02   005-18-02-51-02-0019-00-404-13602   Internet 2

02   005-18-02-51-02-0022-00-404-14202   NAL Automation and IT Services
02   005-18-02-51-02-0029-00-404-13902   Telecommunications/Voice/Data/Image/
                                         Networks




02   005-18-02-51-02-0031-00-307-11702   Use of National Arboretum Facilities
                                         (GPEA)
02   005-20-02-01-02-0003-00-404-14002   CSREES Security Summary



02   005-20-02-01-02-0006-00-404-13902   ISTM Operations and Policy
                                         (Infrastructure)



02   005-20-02-01-02-0007-00-305-10902   CSREES Web Re-Design Project




02   005-32-02-01-01-1010-00-404-13901   APHIS Information Technology
                                         Infrastructure (AITI)

02   005-32-02-01-02-3003-00-402-12402   Administrative Applications




02   005-35-02-01-02-0800-00-119-06402   Human Resources Automation


02   005-35-02-01-02-1000-00-404-13902   FSIS IT Maintenance
02   005-35-02-41-02-1060-00-404-14102   Electronic Doc Filing and Retention



02   005-45-02-01-02-8000-00-105-01102   Information Technology Infrastructure




02   005-47-02-01-01-0004-00-404-13901   RMA-04 - Infrastructure Modernization,
                                         Support, and Training



02   005-47-02-01-02-0011-00-404-13902   RMA-11 - Ongoing Operating Costs
                                         (NITC Charges & Other Expenses)




02   005-49-02-01-02-0026-00-404-14002   Information Systems Security Program
                                         # 026




02   005-49-02-01-02-0072-00-404-13802   Aerial Photography Field Office ADP
                                         Processing Requirements # 072


02   005-49-02-01-02-0074-00-404-13902   Other: On-going Operating Costs - #074


02   005-49-02-01-02-0108-00-404-13902   Telecommunications #0108




02   005-49-02-01-02-0109-00-404-13902   Consolidated Enterprise Architecture
                                         and Common Infrastructure #0109


02   005-49-02-01-02-0110-00-404-13902   FSA Data and Database Administration
                                         #0110



02   005-49-02-01-02-0112-00-404-13902   Consolidated Administrative Systems
                                         #0112
02   005-49-02-51-02-0094-00-402-12502   Budget and Performance Management
                                         System (BPMS)




02   005-49-02-51-02-0113-00-404-13902   Consolidated Service Center- SCMI
                                         Managed Projects #0113


02   005-53-02-01-02-0001-00-409-20302   NRCS - IT Security Program

02   005-53-02-01-02-0008-00-404-13902   NRCS-National and Regional Office
                                         Information System (N&RIS)

02   005-55-02-01-02-0040-00-401-12002   Centralized Help Desk (CHD)
02   005-55-02-01-02-0041-00-404-14202   Data Warehousing
02   005-55-02-01-02-0047-00-401-11902   Order Tracking and Inventory System
                                         (OTIS)
02   005-55-02-01-02-0048-00-404-13902   Telecommunications
02   005-55-02-81-01-2004-00-404-14101   Enterprise Document Management




02   005-68-02-51-02-0001-00-404-13902   FAS Infrastructure, Office Automation,
                                         and Telecommunications (IOAT)




02   005-68-02-51-02-0011-00-401-12002   FAS Customer Support (CS)
02   005-68-02-51-02-0071-00-404-14202   FAS Information and Knowledge
                                         Infrastructure (IKI)



02   005-68-02-51-02-0081-00-304-10602   FAS Administrative Decision Support
                                         Systems (ADSS)




02   005-84-02-01-02-0104-00-404-13602   FNCS IT Infrastructure




02   005-84-02-01-02-0320-00-404-14202   FNCS Consolidated Small and
                                         Administrative Initiatives

02   005-96-02-01-01-0071-00-404-13901   Forest Service Computer Base




02   005-96-02-01-03-0075-00-404-13903   FS Telecom Base


02   005-96-02-11-01-1000-00-409-20201   USDA Public Safety Land Mobile Radio
                                         System




03   005-03-03-01-01-1010-00-304-10201   USDA Capital Planning & Investment
                                         Control (CPIC)

03   005-03-03-01-02-1010-00-309-15102   Business Continuity Improvement at the
                                         NFC



03   005-03-03-81-01-1020-00-304-10301   USDA Enterprise Architecture
03   005-03-03-81-02-1050-00-104-00802   Living Disaster Recovery Planning
                                         System (LDRPS)




03   005-15-03-51-02-9000-00-404-14202   NASS eGov Data Management


03   005-18-03-51-02-0011-00-304-10302   Enterprise Architecture


03   005-55-03-01-02-8006-00-112-03802   eLoans


03   005-84-03-41-02-0109-00-404-13602   FNS Portion of USDA Enterprise
                                         Architecture




04   005-20-04-01-02-0001-00-109-02602   CSREES Electronic Grants




05   005-84-05-01-02-1011-00-112-03902   FNS Advanced Planning Documents
                                         (APDs) -- IT Investment Grants to
                                         States



05   005-84-05-01-02-1070-00-112-03902   FNS Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) --
                                         IT Investment Grants to States



05   005-84-05-01-02-1080-00-112-03902   FNS WIC State Agency Model (SAM) Initiative




                           Department of Commerce

01   006-01-01-60-02-0405-00-408-23502   OHRM Automated Hiring
01   006-03-01-01-01-0100-00-402-12401   Commerce Business Systems (CBS)
                                         (formerly Commerce Administrative
                                         Management System (CAMS))
01   006-03-01-50-01-0221-24-406-18501   E-Travel Services


01   006-03-01-50-01-1316-24-110-21901   LOB: Grants Management (Interface)
01   006-03-01-50-03-1220-24-408-23703   LOB: Human Resources (Interface)

01   006-03-01-50-04-0010-24-117-05804   Recreation
01   006-03-01-50-04-0060-24-313-16904   E-Rulemaking
01   006-03-01-50-04-0100-24-105-01104   Business Gateway
01   006-03-01-50-04-0120-24-409-20504   Geospatial One Stop
01   006-03-01-50-04-0130-24-104-01004   Disaster Management
01   006-03-01-50-04-0220-24-406-18504   E-Travel
01   006-03-01-50-04-0230-24-410-20904   Integrated Acquisition
01   006-03-01-50-04-0240-24-409-20404   E-Records Management
01   006-03-01-50-04-0250-24-409-20304   E-Authentication
01   006-03-01-50-04-1100-24-407-18804   LOB: Financial Management
                                         (Contribution)
01   006-03-01-50-04-1200-24-408-24404   LOB: Human Resources (Contribution)
01   006-03-01-50-04-1217-24-408-23704   E-Training
01   006-03-01-50-04-1300-24-110-21904   LOB: Grants Management
                                         (Contribution)
01   006-03-01-50-04-1316-24-110-21904   Grants.gov
01   006-03-01-60-01-0502-00-405-14601   Commerce Business Environment




01   006-05-01-60-02-0402-00-401-12102   OS OSY Systems


01   006-05-01-60-02-0410-00-401-11902   OS OAS Small IT Systems




01   006-05-01-60-02-0411-00-405-14302   OS OAM Small IT Systems




01   006-05-01-60-02-0501-00-403-13202   OS HR Web-base Time and Attendance
                                         System, webTA




01   006-05-01-60-02-0523-00-401-12302   OS Consolidated Reporting System




01   006-05-01-60-02-1200-24-403-23102   OS OHRM Systems
01   006-06-01-01-02-6002-00-402-12402   EDA CAMS Grant Accounting and
                                         LBMS



01   006-06-01-60-02-6000-00-404-13602   EDA Economic Development
                                         Communications and Management
                                         System (EDCOMS II)



01   006-07-01-01-02-4015-00-402-12402   Census - Other Financial Management



01   006-07-01-02-01-4001-00-315-18101   Census - American Community Survey




01   006-07-01-02-01-4002-00-315-18101   Census - Improve the Automated Export
                                         System (AES)




01   006-07-01-02-01-4003-00-315-18101   Census - Data Access and
                                         Dissemination System




01   006-07-01-02-01-4004-00-315-18101   Census - Decennial 2010 Systems
                                         Design and Integration, and Decennial
                                         2010 Testing and Evaluation



01   006-07-01-02-01-4005-00-315-18101   Census - Demographic Surveys
                                         Statistical IT Support


01   006-07-01-02-01-4007-00-315-18101   Census - Economic Census and
                                         Surveys



01   006-07-01-02-01-4008-00-315-18101   Census - Field Support Systems




01   006-07-01-02-01-4009-00-315-18101   Census - Geographic Support Systems



01   006-07-01-02-01-4010-00-315-18101   Census - The Longitudinal Employer-
                                         Household Dynamics Program (LEHD)
01   006-07-01-02-01-4011-00-315-18101   Census - MAF/TIGER Enhancements




01   006-07-01-02-02-4036-00-315-18102   Census - Part 1 Small/Other Projects
                                         Roll-up
01   006-08-01-24-01-5252-00-315-18101   BEA Estimation Information Technology
                                         System (BEA-EITS)




01   006-25-01-01-01-6510-00-402-12401   ITA Financial Management System




01   006-25-01-18-02-6516-00-114-04302   ITA Trade Policy Information System
                                         (TPIS)




01   006-25-01-18-02-6550-00-404-13802   ITA Message Processing System



01   006-25-01-18-02-6560-00-404-13802   ITA Small/Other Projects



01   006-25-01-50-01-0090-24-114-04301   ITA International Trade Process
                                         Streamlining (ITPS)



01   006-30-01-25-01-5501-00-308-14701   BIS ECASS2000+




01   006-30-01-25-01-5502-00-114-04101   BIS Treaty Compliance Division (TCD) -
                                         Network and Information Management
                                         System



01   006-30-01-25-02-5515-00-308-14702   BIS Legacy Export Control




01   006-40-01-01-02-0901-00-402-12402   MBDA E-Z Financial System

01   006-48-01-01-01-3801-00-402-12501   NOAA/NFA/ Financial Management IT
                                         Operations
01   006-48-01-01-01-3803-00-402-12901   NOAA/NFA/ NOAA Non-Core CAMS
                                         Financial Management Systems
                                         (TM/PCS)


01   006-48-01-12-01-3101-00-108-02301   NOAA/NWS/Advanced Weather
                                         Interactive Processing System



01   006-48-01-12-01-3102-00-108-02301   NOAA/NWS/Next Generation Weather
                                         Radar (NEXRAD) System Planned
                                         Product Improvement


01   006-48-01-12-01-3104-00-108-02301   NOAA/NWS/Weather and Climate
                                         Supercomputing



01   006-48-01-12-01-3105-00-302-09501   NOAA/NWS/Weather and Climate
                                         Supercomputing Backup

01   006-48-01-12-01-3106-00-302-09501   NOAA/NWS/National Weather Service
                                         Telecommunication Gateway (NWSTG)
                                         System (Legacy, Replacement, and
                                         CIP)


01   006-48-01-12-01-3111-00-104-00701   NOAA/NWS/NOAA Weather Radio
                                         (NWR) All Hazards Weather Network
                                         (NAHWN) aka All Hazards Emergency
                                         Message Collection System
                                         (HazCollect)
01   006-48-01-12-01-3112-00-108-02301   NOAA/NWS/ National Air Quality
                                         Forecast Capability
01   006-48-01-12-01-3113-00-108-02301   NOAA/NWS/NCEP Weather and
                                         Climate Forecast System IT Support

01   006-48-01-12-01-3114-00-108-02301   NOAA/NWS/ Office of Science and
                                         Technology, Other Systems
01   006-48-01-12-01-3115-00-108-02301   NOAA/NWS/ NWS Office of Hydrologic
                                         Development

01   006-48-01-12-01-3116-00-108-02301   NOAA/NWS/ Office of Operational
                                         Systems - Other




01   006-48-01-12-01-3117-00-108-02301   NOAA/NWS/ NWS COOP
                                         Modernization




01   006-48-01-12-01-3118-00-108-02301   NOAA/NWS/NWS Regions & Field




01   006-48-01-12-01-3201-00-108-02301   NOAA/NESDIS/ GOES Ground System
01   006-48-01-12-01-3202-00-108-02301   NOAA/NESDIS/ POES Ground System
                                         for NPOESS Data Exploitation




01   006-48-01-12-01-3204-00-302-09501   NOAA/NESDIS/ Office of Satellite Data
                                         Processing and Distribution (OSDPD)
                                         Systems CIP


01   006-48-01-12-01-3206-00-108-02301   NOAA/NESDIS/ Satellite Operations
                                         Control Center Command and Data
                                         Acquisition (SOCC/CDA)


01   006-48-01-12-01-3212-00-108-02301   NOAA/NESDIS/ NPOESS Ground
                                         System




01   006-48-01-12-01-3213-00-108-02301   NOAA/NESDIS/ Environmental Satellite
                                         Processing Center (ESPC)




01   006-48-01-12-01-3502-00-108-02301   NOAA/OAR/ FSL - High Performance
                                         Computing and Communications


01   006-48-01-12-01-3804-00-108-02301   NOAA/CIO/ NOAA R&D High
                                         Performance Computing System



01   006-48-01-12-02-3110-00-108-02302   NOAA/NWS/Data Assimilation and
                                         Modeling



01   006-48-01-12-03-3103-00-108-02303   NOAA/NWS/Next Generation Weather
                                         Radar (NEXRAD) Operations and
                                         Maintenance -Ex53 DOC Funding


01   006-48-01-12-03-3109-00-108-02303   NOAA/NWS/Automated Surface
                                         Observing System (ASOS)




01   006-48-01-13-01-3205-00-108-02301   NOAA/NESDIS/Comprehensive Large
                                         Array-data Stewardship System
                                         (CLASS)

01   006-48-01-13-01-3209-00-108-02301   NOAA/NESDIS/ NOAA National Data
                                         Centers (NNDC)
01   006-48-01-13-01-3501-00-108-02301   NOAA/OAR/ GFDL High Performance
                                         Computing System



01   006-48-01-13-01-3504-00-108-02301   NOAA/OAR/ NOAA Scientific
                                         Computing Support


01   006-48-01-14-02-3168-00-115-04502   NOAA/NMFS/ Vessel Monitoring
                                         System


01   006-48-01-14-02-3304-00-117-05702   NOAA/NMFS/ Fisheries Information
                                         System


01   006-48-01-15-01-3208-00-104-01001   NOAA/NESDIS/ Search and Rescue
                                         Satellite-Aided Tracking (SARSAT)




01   006-48-01-15-01-3401-00-118-06201   NOAA/NOS/ Nautical Charting System




01   006-48-01-15-01-3402-00-118-06201   NOAA/NOS/ PORTS & NWLON




01   006-48-01-15-01-3403-00-117-05701   NOAA/NOS/ Geodetic Support System



01   006-48-01-15-02-3601-00-404-13902   NOAA/nmao/ NOAA Marine and
                                         Aviation Operations


01   006-48-01-50-01-1326-24-205-08001   DOC/NOAA/Grants Management
                                         Shared Service Center (SSC): A Grants
                                         Online response to OMB LOB


01   006-51-01-01-01-8001-00-402-12401   USPTO Core Financial System (CFS)




01   006-51-01-01-01-8002-00-307-11701   USPTO Revenue Accounting and
                                         Management System (RAM)



01   006-51-01-01-01-8003-00-402-12901   USPTO Enterprise Data Warehouse
                                         (EDW)
01   006-51-01-03-01-8004-00-105-01201   USPTO Patent Automation System




01   006-51-01-04-01-8005-00-105-01201   USPTO Trademark Automation System




01   006-51-01-05-01-8006-00-305-10801   USPTO Information Dissemination
                                         Management System (IDMS)


01   006-51-01-06-02-8007-00-105-01202   USPTO Intellectual Property Leadership
                                         (Policy) Management Support System



01   006-51-01-06-02-8018-00-404-14202   USPTO Office of Legislative and
                                         International Affairs Document System
                                         (OLIADS)


01   006-51-01-07-01-8008-00-302-09501   USPTO Business Continuity Program




01   006-51-01-08-02-8009-00-403-23102   USPTO Human Resource Management
                                         Support System


01   006-51-01-60-02-8010-00-401-11902   USPTO Agency Administrative Support
                                         System


01   006-54-01-01-02-2055-00-402-12402   NTIS Financial Management

01   006-55-01-01-02-7011-00-402-12402   NIST Other Financial Management


01   006-55-01-22-02-7030-00-404-13902   NIST National Quality Program


01   006-55-01-26-01-7045-00-109-02601   NIST High Performance Scientific
                                         Computing Support
01   006-55-01-26-02-7021-00-109-02602   NIST Measurement and Standards
                                         Laboratories




01   006-55-01-27-02-7040-00-404-13902   NIST Advanced Technology Program
01   006-55-01-28-02-7050-00-404-13902   NIST Manufacturing Extension




01   006-60-01-29-01-7312-00-409-20201   NTIA - Radio Spectrum Management



01   006-60-01-30-02-7311-00-404-14202   NTIA-Telecommunications Analysis
                                         Services and Research


02   006-03-02-00-01-0511-00-404-13901   Department of Commerce Consolidated
                                         IT Infrastructure




03   006-03-03-00-01-0521-00-304-10301   Department of Commerce Enterprise IT
                                         Architecture
03   006-05-03-00-02-0525-00-304-10202   OS Capital Planning & Investment



03   006-07-03-00-02-4038-00-315-18102   Census - Part 3 Small/Other Projects
                                         Roll-up
03   006-25-03-00-02-6570-00-304-10402   ITA IT Planning



03   006-30-03-00-02-5506-00-404-14202   BIS OCIO Planning




03   006-48-03-00-02-3703-00-304-10202   NOAA/noaa systems/ NOAA-Wide
                                         Enterprise IT Planning

03   006-51-03-00-02-8012-00-404-13602   USPTO Application Architecture
                                         Support Services




03   006-51-03-00-02-8013-00-404-13702   USPTO OCIO Program Support System



03   006-51-03-00-02-8014-00-404-14102   USPTO Enterprise Records
                                         Management and Data Quality Services



03   006-51-03-00-02-8015-00-404-13802   USPTO Enterprise Application
                                         Integration (EAI) Program


03   006-51-03-00-02-8016-00-404-13602   USPTO Software Developer
                                         Infrastructure (SDI)
04   006-06-04-00-01-6001-00-105-01101   EDA Operations Planning and Control
                                         System (OPCS)



04   006-48-04-00-01-3802-00-117-05701   NOAA/NFA/ NOAA Grants Back-End
                                         System Development


04   006-55-04-00-01-7080-00-109-02601   NIST-wide Grant Management
                                         Information System


04   006-60-04-00-01-7310-00-109-02601   NTIA - Grant Application Monitoring and
                                         Processing Systems



                           Department of Education

01   018-10-01-01-02-2030-00-106-01502   Impact Aid System Maintenance




01   018-20-01-02-02-2010-00-106-01502   Peer Review Module




01   018-20-01-02-02-2070-00-404-13602   OSEP Customer Service & State Profile
                                         Tracking System




01   018-30-01-07-02-2380-00-404-13602   Data Collection and Warehousing



01   018-40-01-04-02-2010-00-106-01602   HEP Field Reader System Maintenance




01   018-40-01-04-02-2030-00-404-13802   Web Based Data Collection for Campus
                                         Crime and EADA Surveys
01   018-40-01-06-02-2390-00-106-01602   Pell Grant Cost Estimation Model




01   018-40-01-06-02-2580-00-404-13602   OPE Information Management System


01   018-40-01-06-02-2590-00-106-01502   IDUES Data Analysis
01   018-40-01-06-02-2600-00-106-01502   IDUES Final Performance Report
                                         Database System
01   018-40-01-06-02-2610-00-305-10902   OPE Web Site Design & Development

01   018-40-01-06-02-2620-00-305-10902   FIPSE Dissemination and Grants
                                         Database




01   018-45-01-01-01-0030-24-106-01601   E-Loans




01   018-45-01-01-01-1060-00-402-12401   Federal Student Aid Financial
                                         Management System (FSA FMS)




01   018-45-01-01-01-1070-00-106-01601   Common Servicing for Borrowers




01   018-45-01-01-02-2090-00-106-01602   e-Campus Based Operations (Campus-
                                         Based Maintenance and Operations)




01   018-45-01-06-01-1010-00-106-01601   Central Processing System (CPS)
01   018-45-01-06-01-1020-00-106-01601   Common Origination and Disbursement
                                         (COD)




01   018-45-01-06-01-1090-00-404-13901   Virtual Data Center (VDC)




01   018-45-01-06-01-1100-00-106-01601   National Student Loan Data System
                                         (NSLDS)




01   018-45-01-06-01-1110-00-106-01601   National Student Loan Data System
                                         (NSLDS) Reengineering




01   018-45-01-06-01-1120-00-404-13601   Integrated Technical Architecture/
                                         Enterprise Application Integration
                                         (ITA/EAI)




01   018-45-01-06-01-1130-00-106-01601   FSA Portals


01   018-45-01-06-01-1130-00-304-10401   Data Strategy




01   018-45-01-06-01-1140-00-301-09301   Integrated Partner Mgt (IPM)



01   018-45-01-06-01-1150-00-106-01601   Front End Business Integration (FEBI)
01   018-45-01-06-02-2060-00-206-08402   Loan Consolidation




01   018-45-01-06-02-2110-00-402-12402   eZ Audit




01   018-45-01-06-02-2120-00-301-09302   Electronic Records Management (ERM)




01   018-45-01-06-02-2190-00-404-14202   FSA Intranet



01   018-45-01-06-02-2210-00-404-13802   Mod Partner Payments



01   018-45-01-06-02-2260-00-106-01602   Postsecondary ED Participants System
                                         (PEPS)




01   018-45-01-06-02-2360-00-106-01502   Improved Accuracy of Applicant Data
01   018-45-01-06-02-2370-00-402-12902   Financial Partners Data Mart (FPDM)




01   018-45-01-06-02-2380-00-404-13802   Registration System (formerly LMS
                                         Operations)


01   018-45-01-06-02-2440-00-404-13802   Credit Management Data Mart




01   018-45-01-06-02-2460-00-404-13902   Development & Production Software

01   018-45-01-06-02-2490-00-402-12902   FFEL

01   018-45-01-06-02-2510-00-106-01602   Innovations (Access America)




01   018-45-01-06-02-2520-00-301-09302   Institutional Assessment Model (IAM)




01   018-45-01-06-02-2540-00-404-13702   Enterprise Performance Testing




01   018-45-01-06-02-2550-00-404-13702   Rational
01   018-45-01-06-02-2560-00-304-10302   Enterprise Change and Release Mgt




01   018-45-01-06-02-2570-00-405-14602   Contract and Financial Management




01   018-45-01-06-02-2580-00-304-10402   Leadership Support




01   018-45-01-06-02-2590-00-404-13602   Integration Leadership Support (ILS)




01   018-45-01-07-01-1070-00-106-01601   Student Aid Internet Gateway (SAIG)




01   018-50-01-05-01-1020-00-106-01501   National Assessment of Educational
                                         Progress (NAEP)



01   018-50-01-05-01-1030-00-106-01501   The Education Resources Information
                                         Center (ERIC)



01   018-50-01-05-02-2080-00-301-09202   National Assessment of Adult Literacy
                                         (NAAL)
01   018-50-01-05-02-2120-00-106-01502   Current Population Survey




01   018-50-01-05-02-2130-00-106-01502   Early Childhood Longitudinal Study
                                         (ECLS)-Birth Cohort




01   018-50-01-05-02-2140-00-106-01502   Early Childhood Longitudinal Study
                                         (ECLS)-Kindergarten Cohort




01   018-50-01-05-02-2150-00-106-01602   The Fast-Response Survey System
                                         (FRSS)




01   018-50-01-05-02-2170-00-106-01502   Schools and Staffing Survey/Teacher
                                         Followup Survey (SASS)


01   018-50-01-05-02-2180-00-106-01502   Private School Universe Survey




01   018-50-01-05-02-2190-00-106-01502   Education Longitudinal Study of 2002




01   018-50-01-05-02-2200-00-106-01502   Census Mapping




01   018-50-01-05-02-2210-00-106-01502   NCES Survey of Libraries
01   018-50-01-05-02-2220-00-106-01502   Common Core of Data (CCD)




01   018-50-01-05-02-2280-00-202-06902   Integrated Postsecondary Education
                                         Data System (IPEDS)

01   018-50-01-05-02-2300-00-106-01602   Beginning Postsecondary Students
                                         (BPS) / Postsec




01   018-50-01-05-02-2310-00-106-01602   Baccalaureate and Beyond (B&B) /
                                         Postsec


01   018-50-01-05-02-2320-00-106-01602   National Study of Faculty and Students
                                         (NSoFaS)




01   018-50-01-05-02-2330-00-106-01502   Decennial Census




01   018-50-01-05-02-2350-00-106-01602   Postsecondary Cooperative Systems,
                                         Analysis & Dissemination




01   018-50-01-05-02-2360-00-106-01502   School Crime Indicators




01   018-50-01-05-02-2360-00-106-01502   What Works Clearinghouse (WWC)




01   018-50-01-05-02-2370-00-202-07002   Integrated Postsecondary Education
                                         Data System (IPEDS) Surveys
01   018-50-01-05-02-2570-00-106-01502   International Activities Program




01   018-80-01-01-01-1020-00-402-12401   Financial Management Support System
                                         (FMSS)




01   018-80-01-01-01-1030-00-106-01501   Grants Administration Payment System
                                         (GAPS)



01   018-80-01-01-01-1040-00-404-13901   Integrated System Support (ISS)




01   018-80-01-01-01-1050-00-401-12201   Travel Management System (TMS)



01   018-80-01-01-01-1070-00-405-14601   Contracts and Purchasing Support
                                         System (CPSS)




01   018-80-01-01-01-1326-00-106-01501   Grants Administration Payment System
                                         (GAPS) Re-Design/GMLoB Common
                                         Solution



01   018-80-01-01-02-2010-00-403-13202   Federal Personnel and Payroll System
                                         (FPPS)




01   018-80-01-01-02-2020-00-304-10102   Budget Formulation Database Project
01   018-80-01-01-02-2040-00-304-10102   Integrated Administrative System




01   018-80-01-01-02-2050-00-301-09102   Audit Accountability and Resolution
                                         Tracking System (AARTS)




01   018-80-01-01-02-2060-00-402-12902   Checkfree Fund Expedite




01   018-80-01-01-02-2070-00-401-11902   Asset Management




01   018-80-01-01-02-2080-00-402-12402   OF/OFA Upgrades for Oracle 11i




01   018-80-01-02-02-2030-00-301-09202   Elementary and Secondary Survey




01   018-80-01-02-02-2040-00-404-13602   Systems Development and Technical
                                         Assistance
01   018-80-01-02-02-2500-00-403-22402   Interactive Job Aid




01   018-80-01-02-02-2520-00-305-10902   Education News Parents Can Use




01   018-80-01-05-01-1010-00-404-14201   Performance-Based Data Management
                                         Initiative (PBDMI)




01   018-80-01-05-02-2010-00-301-09202   Database Services




01   018-80-01-05-02-2110-00-106-01502   The National Household Education
                                         Surveys Program (NHES)




01   018-80-01-06-02-2010-00-305-10902   Literacy Information and
                                         Communication System (LINCS)




01   018-80-01-06-02-2420-00-304-10302   Capability Maturity Model/ Solution Life
                                         Cycle (CMM/SLC)



01   018-80-01-06-04-0120-24-409-20504   Geospatial One-Stop
01   018-80-01-06-04-0220-24-406-18504   E-Travel
01   018-80-01-06-04-0230-24-410-20904   Integrated Acquisition Environment
01   018-80-01-06-04-0250-24-409-20304   E-Authentication
01   018-80-01-06-04-1100-24-407-18704   LOB: Financial Management
01   018-80-01-06-04-1200-24-408-23804   LOB: Human Resource Management
01   018-80-01-06-04-1217-24-408-23704   E-Training
01   018-80-01-06-04-1300-24-106-01504   LOB: Grants Management
01   018-80-01-06-04-1316-24-404-14204   Grants.gov
01   018-80-01-07-01-1010-00-305-10901   ED Web (Internet)




01   018-80-01-07-02-2010-00-404-14202   EDICS




01   018-80-01-07-02-2020-00-404-14202   Electronic Records Management




01   018-80-01-07-02-2040-00-404-13802   Enterprise Intranet (ConnectED)




01   018-80-01-07-02-2060-00-305-10902   FOIA/Privacy Tracking and Reporting
                                         System




01   018-80-01-07-02-2080-00-304-10702   Program Management Support




01   018-80-01-07-02-2120-00-305-10902   GPOS Website
01   018-80-01-07-02-2130-00-301-09102   Case and Activity Management System
                                         (CAMS)




01   018-80-01-07-02-2150-00-404-14202   Electronic Records Management and
                                         Policy COD


01   018-80-01-07-02-2210-00-403-13102   Case Tracking & Reporting System




01   018-80-01-07-02-2220-00-406-18202   Federal Real Property Assistance
                                         Inventory System




01   018-80-01-07-02-2230-00-404-13902   Federal Personnel and Payroll System
                                         (FPPS) Communications




01   018-80-01-07-02-2240-00-401-12002   HelpDesk Expert Automation Tool
                                         System




01   018-80-01-07-02-2250-00-404-13102   Information Management System (IMS)




01   018-80-01-07-02-2260-00-402-12402   Mailroom Management System
01   018-80-01-07-02-2270-00-403-23002   Education Performance Appraisal
                                         System/ General Performance and
                                         Appraisal System (EDPAS/GPAS)




01   018-80-01-07-02-2280-00-305-10902   OM WebMaster




01   018-80-01-07-02-2290-00-401-11902   Parking Permit System




01   018-80-01-07-02-2300-00-401-11902   Postal Bill Reconciliation System




01   018-80-01-07-02-2310-00-404-13802   WITS Administration (FS Access)




01   018-80-01-07-02-2320-00-401-11902   Rent Chargeback & Budget Estimation




01   018-80-01-07-02-2330-00-401-11902   Space Information & Management
                                         System




01   018-80-01-07-02-2360-00-401-11902   Secretary's Conference Room
                                         Upgrades
01   018-80-01-07-02-2370-00-305-10902   Faith-Based Webcasting
01   018-80-01-07-02-2430-00-408-23702   TLN Technical Support




01   018-80-01-07-02-2440-00-408-23302   Acquisition Career Management
                                         Information System




01   018-80-01-07-02-2450-00-303-09702   Outreach Program




01   018-80-01-07-02-2460-00-403-22202   HR Web Recruitment




01   018-80-01-07-02-2480-00-305-10902   ED Digital Library Initiative (EDLI)




01   018-80-01-07-02-2490-00-405-14602   Business Partner Network
01   018-80-01-07-02-2510-00-304-10402   Planning and Performance Management
                                         Database (PPMD)




01   018-80-01-07-02-2530-00-305-10902   Communications

01   018-80-01-07-02-2540-00-403-13302   New clips service


01   018-80-01-07-02-2560-00-404-13702   Tracking and Case Management
                                         System




01   018-80-01-07-02-2570-00-404-13602   Mail Management System




01   018-80-01-07-02-2580-00-106-01602   AskED Customer Referral Tool




01   018-80-01-07-02-2600-00-304-10202   Electronic Capital Planning and
                                         Investment Control
01   018-80-01-07-04-0020-24-112-03904   E-Benefits (GovBenefits.gov)
01   018-80-01-07-04-0060-24-313-16904   E-Rulemaking
01   018-80-01-07-04-0100-24-105-01104   Business Gateway
02   018-80-02-00-01-1010-00-404-13901   Combined Office Automation/
                                         Infrastructure/ Telecommunications
                                         Exhibit 300



02   018-80-02-00-01-1020-00-401-12101   DSX Security System




02   018-80-02-00-02-1020-00-303-09702   StateNet


02   018-80-02-00-02-1030-00-403-22402   Employee Skills Inventory System
                                         (ESIS) Maintenance




02   018-80-02-00-02-1040-00-404-14002   Systems Audit Contract




02   018-80-02-00-02-1060-00-303-09702   Legal Services




02   018-80-02-00-02-1100-00-405-14302   IT Acquisiton and Asset Management
03   018-45-03-00-02-2050-00-404-14002   Security Architecture




03   018-45-03-00-02-2100-00-404-14002   Security and Privacy Support




03   018-80-03-00-01-1010-00-302-09501   Information Assurance (IT Security)




03   018-80-03-00-01-1020-00-304-10401   Enterprise Venture Capital




03   018-80-03-00-01-2480-00-304-10301   Enterprise Architecture (consolidated)




03   018-80-03-00-02-2020-00-304-10202   IT Investment Management


03   018-80-03-00-02-2120-00-404-14002   GISRA/FISMA Support for OM Systems



03   018-80-03-00-02-2130-00-404-14002   FISMA IT Security and C&A
                                         Documentation




                             Department of Energy
01   019-00-01-15-02-1058-00-108-02402   SR DOE Mission Information Protection
                                         Program



01   019-05-01-11-01-1020-00-405-14401   NNSA Nuclear Materials Accountability



01   019-05-01-11-01-1032-00-103-99901   NNSA ADaPT Enterprise Integration

01   019-05-01-11-01-1034-00-103-99901   NNSA Integrated Cyber Security
                                         Initiative



01   019-05-01-11-01-1035-00-404-13901   NNSA SNL ERP
01   019-05-01-11-01-1036-00-404-13901   NNSA KCP ERP
01   019-05-01-11-01-1037-00-103-99901   NNSA Advanced Simulation and
                                         Computing (ASC)



01   019-05-01-11-01-1038-00-404-13901   NNSA LLNL ERP



01   019-05-01-11-01-1039-00-404-13901   NNSA Pantex ERP

01   019-05-01-11-01-1040-00-405-14501   NNSA STA Transportation Command
                                         and Control System


01   019-05-01-11-01-1045-00-404-13901   NNSA Y-12 ERP
01   019-05-01-11-01-1047-00-404-13901   NNSA LANL ERP
01   019-05-01-11-02-2001-00-404-13902   NNSA Naval Reactors ERP
01   019-05-01-11-02-2002-00-404-13902   NNSA NR Scientific Supercomputing
01   019-05-01-11-02-5241-00-404-13802   INEEL ATR Data Acquisition




01   019-05-01-15-01-1052-00-108-02401   BJC Contractor Business and
                                         Administrative (CBA) Systems
01   019-10-01-01-01-1018-00-402-12401   INEEL Financial Systems Operations
                                         and Maintenance




01   019-10-01-14-01-1012-00-403-22501   EH Energy Employees Occupational
                                         Illness Compensation Initiative




01   019-10-01-14-02-3011-00-108-02302   EH Mission Support Systems
01   019-10-01-14-02-3013-00-108-02302   EH Analytical Laboratory Information
                                         System


01   019-10-01-14-02-3015-00-108-02302   EH Corporate Reporting Systems



01   019-10-01-15-01-1014-00-304-10701   EM HQ Integrated Planning,
                                         Accountability, and Budgeting System-
                                         Information System (IPABS-IS)


01   019-10-01-15-01-1050-00-108-02401   National Transportation Program (NTP)




01   019-10-01-15-01-1051-00-404-14201   (FY06) EM HQ Web Based Mission
                                         Support Systems




01   019-10-01-15-01-1057-00-403-99901   SR Contractor Business and
                                         Administrative (CBA) Systems
01   019-10-01-15-01-1058-00-108-02401   SR Mission Support Systems
01   019-10-01-15-01-1061-00-108-02401   RL PHMC - Business Management
                                         System (BMS)




01   019-10-01-15-02-0001-00-404-13802   RL DOE Non-Major Mission Support IT
                                         Investments


01   019-10-01-15-02-0004-00-404-13802   RL OMC Non-Major Mission Support IT
                                         Investments



01   019-10-01-15-02-0007-00-404-13802   RL PHMC Non-Major Mission Support
                                         IT Investments



01   019-10-01-15-02-0011-00-404-13802   RL RCP Non-Major Mission Support IT
                                         Investments



01   019-10-01-15-02-0014-00-404-13802   RL RPP Non-Major Mission Support IT
                                         Investments



01   019-10-01-15-02-3326-00-108-02402   CBFO Electronic Document and
                                         Records Mgmt System
01   019-10-01-15-02-3328-00-108-02402   CBFO Planning and Budgeting

01   019-10-01-15-02-3464-00-108-02402   INEEL Nuclear and Radiological
                                         Sciences



01   019-10-01-15-02-3720-00-108-02402   EM Mission Information Protection
                                         Program (MIPP)
01   019-10-01-15-02-3724-00-108-02402   SR Federal Business and Administrative
                                         (FBA) Systems
01   019-10-01-15-02-3725-00-108-02402   CBFO WIPP Waste Information System
                                         (WWIS)


01   019-10-01-15-02-3727-00-108-02402   BJC Mission Systems




01   019-10-01-15-02-4502-00-108-02402   CBFO Integrated Financial Management
                                         System (Contractor)



01   019-10-01-15-02-5200-00-108-02402   INEEL Integrated Waste Tracking
                                         System


01   019-10-01-15-02-5203-00-108-02402   INEEL Spent Nuclear Fuel Database
                                         System (SFD)




01   019-10-01-15-02-5204-00-108-02302   INEEL Analytical Laboratory Information
                                         Management System




01   019-10-01-15-02-5214-00-404-13802   INEEL Environmental System



01   019-10-01-15-02-5216-00-108-02402   INEEL Nonradiological Waste
                                         Management

01   019-10-01-15-02-5218-00-108-02402   INEEL Integrated Environmental Data
                                         Management System



01   019-10-01-15-02-5233-00-404-13802   INEEL Environmental Restoration
                                         Information System


01   019-10-01-15-02-5235-00-108-02402   INEEL Transuranic Reporting, Inventory
                                         & Processing System
01   019-10-01-15-02-6000-00-108-02402   OH West Valley Nuclear Services
                                         (Mission Area Systems)


01   019-10-01-15-02-6001-00-108-02402   OH Fluor Fernald (Non-Financial
                                         Applications)

01   019-10-01-15-02-6003-00-108-02402   OH West Valley Nuclear Services IT
                                         (Mission Area Systems - Non-Financial)
01   019-10-01-15-02-7000-00-108-02402   RF-KH Technical & Scientific
                                         Operations
01   019-10-01-15-02-7001-00-108-02402   RF-KH Scientific Applications

01   019-10-01-15-02-7002-00-108-02402   RF-KH Technical Applications

01   019-10-01-15-02-7004-00-108-02402   RF-KH Application Management

01   019-10-01-15-02-7900-00-108-02402   RFFO Core Accounting System


01   019-10-01-17-02-1048-00-404-13902   OA Panagon
01   019-10-01-17-02-1049-00-404-13902   OA Web Server

01   019-10-01-17-02-1050-00-404-13902   OA Electronic Funds Accounting
                                         System
01   019-10-01-17-02-1051-00-404-13902   OA CaRI Log Book

01   019-10-01-17-02-1052-00-404-13902   CST Network



01   019-10-01-18-02-5224-00-119-06602   INEEL Radiological Control Information
                                         Management System



01   019-10-01-22-01-1013-00-403-13401   SO E-DOE Integrated Security System+
                                         (eDISS+)




01   019-10-01-22-02-3002-00-401-12102   SO Advanced Security System Display
                                         and Control




01   019-10-01-22-02-3003-00-401-12102   SO Safeguards & Security Information
                                         Management System (SSIMS)



01   019-10-01-22-02-3004-00-304-10502   SO Adversary Timeline Analysis System



01   019-10-01-22-02-3006-00-401-12102   SO Incident Tracking and Analysis
                                         Center (ITAC)
01   019-10-01-22-02-3010-00-306-11202   SO Content Management System




01   019-10-01-22-02-3017-00-401-12102   SO ADEPT Simulations




01   019-10-01-22-02-3019-00-401-12102   SO Augmented Reality




01   019-10-01-22-02-3020-00-401-12102   SO Authorizations Training Tracking
                                         System




01   019-10-01-22-02-3021-00-401-12102   SO Classified Document XML Standard




01   019-10-01-22-02-3023-00-401-12102   SO Computerized Action Tracking
                                         System Mailroom




01   019-10-01-22-02-3025-00-404-14102   SO EO Review




01   019-10-01-22-02-3026-00-404-14202   SO Electronic Classification Guidance
                                         System



01   019-10-01-22-02-3027-00-404-14202   SO Electronic Document Review
                                         System




01   019-10-01-22-02-3028-00-302-09402   SO FBI Clearance Tracking

01   019-10-01-22-02-3029-00-404-14102   SO Fileroom Support System
01   019-10-01-22-02-3030-00-302-09502   SO Fly-Away Statutory Reviews
                                         Reference System




01   019-10-01-22-02-3033-00-306-11202   SO GSI Electronic Publishing System



01   019-10-01-22-02-3036-00-403-13402   SO HQ Security Badging System


01   019-10-01-22-02-3039-00-401-12102   SO Mail Dispatch and Classified
                                         Receipts System for the Information
                                         Management Center
01   019-10-01-22-02-3040-00-404-14202   SO Measurement Control and
                                         Calibration Module
01   019-10-01-22-02-3041-00-404-14102   SO Media Inventory Tracking System
01   019-10-01-22-02-3042-00-401-12102   SO Microfilm Image Review System




01   019-10-01-22-02-3045-00-304-10702   SO New Technology Identification and
                                         Evaluation




01   019-10-01-22-02-3046-00-401-12102   SO Next Generation Security
                                         Simulations Proposal




01   019-10-01-22-02-3048-00-302-09402   SO OPM Clearance Tracking

01   019-10-01-22-02-3049-00-305-10902   SO OpenNet




01   019-10-01-22-02-3050-00-301-09202   SO PL 105



01   019-10-01-22-02-3052-00-404-14202   SO Patent Application Classification
                                         Analysis System


01   019-10-01-22-02-3053-00-302-09402   SO Personnel Security File Tracking
                                         System



01   019-10-01-22-02-3054-00-404-14202   SO Policy Reference Library
01   019-10-01-22-02-3055-00-404-14202   SO Portal




01   019-10-01-22-02-3057-00-301-09202   SO Project Tracking System
                                         Development




01   019-10-01-22-02-3060-00-404-14102   SO Review Historical Reference System



01   019-10-01-22-02-3061-00-401-12102   SO Review Technology Assistance




01   019-10-01-22-02-3062-00-404-14102   SO Reviewers Electronic Library /
                                         Knowledge Preservation Library




01   019-10-01-22-02-3063-00-401-12102   SO Reviewers Electronic Workbench




01   019-10-01-22-02-3067-00-404-14202   SO TS-EDRS




01   019-10-01-22-02-3068-00-401-12102   SO The MILES GPS System



01   019-10-01-22-02-3070-00-304-10202   SO Value Added Model


01   019-10-01-22-02-3071-00-302-09402   SO Vulnerability Assessment



01   019-10-01-22-02-3073-00-401-12102   SO Cyber Forensics Lab




01   019-10-01-22-02-3073-00-401-12102   IM Cyber Forensics Lab
01   019-10-01-22-02-3075-00-403-13402   SO HQ Argus-Based Security Alarm &
                                         Access Control



01   019-10-01-22-02-3076-00-404-14102   SO NW Encyclopedia




01   019-10-01-22-02-3078-00-403-13402   SO E-Assessment of Foreign Owned,
                                         Controlled, or Influenced (FOCI)
                                         Companies



01   019-10-01-22-02-4660-00-401-12202   SO Foreign Travel Management System
                                         (FTMS)




01   019-10-01-22-02-4661-00-403-13402   SO Foreign Access Central Tracking
                                         System (FACTS)




01   019-10-01-31-02-3622-00-404-14202   NETL ECAS & Legacy Management
                                         Support




01   019-10-01-32-01-1011-00-111-03401   TD Energy Infrastructure Training,
                                         Analysis, and Opeartions Center


01   019-10-01-32-02-2000-00-111-03402   TD National SCADA Test Bed




01   019-20-01-12-01-1011-00-304-10501   EE Corporate Management and
                                         Planning System




01   019-20-01-12-02-1012-00-304-10502   EE Support for Departmental Project
                                         Management System

01   019-20-01-12-02-3004-00-107-02002   NREL Computational Science
                                         Simulation & Modeling


01   019-20-01-12-02-3006-00-107-02002   NREL Computational Science
                                         Visualization
01   019-20-01-13-02-1015-00-401-11902   EIA Internet Data Collection



01   019-20-01-14-02-3012-00-108-02302   EH ES&H Web Services


01   019-20-01-15-02-5248-00-404-14202   INEEL Buried Waste Information




01   019-20-01-16-02-3013-00-404-13802   SPRO Mission Area Other


01   019-20-01-16-02-3608-00-404-13802   SPRO Electronic Document
                                         Management (EDM) Maintenance &
                                         Upgrade


01   019-20-01-16-02-3612-00-404-13802   SPRO Mission IS Management &
                                         Administration




01   019-20-01-16-02-3613-00-404-14202   SPRO Modeling & Gartner Group
                                         Support




01   019-20-01-16-02-3614-00-404-13802   FE HQ Mission Specific Support




01   019-20-01-16-02-3615-00-404-13802   NETL IT Mission Specific Small and
                                         Other
01   019-20-01-16-02-3616-00-404-13802   NETL Mission Specific Software
                                         Engineering




01   019-20-01-16-02-3617-00-404-13802   NETL IT Mission Specific ES&H
                                         Application Support




01   019-20-01-16-02-3618-00-404-14202   NETL IT Mission Specific Information
                                         Management
01   019-20-01-16-02-3619-00-404-13802   SPRO Mission Specific Software
                                         Engineering




01   019-20-01-16-02-3620-00-404-13802   SPRO Mission IS Customer Support




01   019-20-01-16-02-3621-00-404-13802   SPRO Oil Reserve Control System
                                         (DCS) Support


01   019-20-01-16-02-3623-00-404-13802   NETL Mission Specific Systems


01   019-20-01-16-02-3624-00-404-13802   SPRO NEHHOR Mission IT
                                         Management Support




01   019-20-01-16-02-4009-00-404-13802   FE NPR Casper




01   019-20-01-16-02-4010-00-404-13802   FE NPR California




01   019-20-01-17-02-3707-00-305-10902   IM CIO Support to CIO Council

01   019-20-01-18-02-3425-00-301-09202   ID Program Assessment & Evaluation

01   019-20-01-18-02-3427-00-304-10202   ID IT Plans & Budgets


01   019-20-01-18-02-3428-00-404-13702   ID IT Proc./Property Management



01   019-20-01-18-02-3429-00-301-09302   ID Administration/Program Assessment




01   019-20-01-18-02-3451-00-404-14202   INEEL Technical Library Web Page &
                                         WebBase




01   019-20-01-18-02-5100-00-404-13902   ID Timecard
01   019-20-01-18-02-5202-00-404-13802   INEEL Chemical Management System




01   019-20-01-18-02-5206-00-404-13802   INEEL ATR Process Distributed Control
                                         System



01   019-20-01-18-02-5208-00-404-13802   INEEL ATR Surveillance and Test
                                         System


01   019-20-01-18-02-5211-00-403-13202   INEEL Human Resource System -
                                         PeopleSoft



01   019-20-01-18-02-5212-00-109-02602   INEEL Human Systems Simulation



01   019-20-01-18-02-5215-00-404-13802   INEEL Lessons Learned




01   019-20-01-18-02-5217-00-404-14202   INEEL Technical Library Document
                                         System




01   019-20-01-18-02-5220-00-404-13802   INEEL Issue Communication and
                                         Resolution Enviroment System (ICARE)




01   019-20-01-18-02-5222-00-405-14302   INEEL PassPort and Purchase Card




01   019-20-01-18-02-5223-00-402-12902   INEEL Project Controls System and
                                         Project Management Toolbox




01   019-20-01-18-02-5225-00-108-02402   INEEL RTR Data Storage




01   019-20-01-18-02-5226-00-404-14202   INEEL Security Information
                                         Management System
01   019-20-01-18-02-5227-00-107-02102   INEEL TMTS, M&TE Tracking,


01   019-20-01-18-02-5228-00-107-02102   INEEL TRA Warm Waste Treatment
                                         Facility Control System



01   019-20-01-18-02-5229-00-401-11902   INEEL Transportation Information
                                         Management System (TIMS)




01   019-20-01-18-02-5231-00-401-12102   INEEL Security Alarm Control System




01   019-20-01-18-02-5236-00-404-13902   INEEL S&E Applications Support




01   019-20-01-18-02-5238-00-404-14202   INEEL Electronic Document
                                         Management System



01   019-20-01-18-02-5239-00-119-06402   INEEL Training Records and
                                         Information Network


01   019-20-01-18-02-5240-00-404-13802   INEEL ATR Digital Radiation Monitoring
                                         System




01   019-20-01-18-02-5242-00-402-12902   INEEL Business Decision Support
                                         Information System (BDSIS)



01   019-20-01-18-02-5243-00-404-14202   INEEL Software Classification & Export



01   019-20-01-18-02-5245-00-404-13802   INEEL Industrial Hygiene Database
                                         Management


01   019-20-01-20-01-1014-00-107-02101   RW DOE Licensing Support Network
                                         (LSN)




01   019-20-01-20-02-1020-00-107-02102   RW Program Support to OCRWM
                                         Projects
01   019-20-01-20-02-1021-00-107-02102   RW IT Support National Transportation
                                         Project


01   019-20-01-20-02-1022-00-107-02102   RW IT Support Nevada Rail Project



01   019-20-01-20-02-1023-00-107-02102   RW IT Support Repository Development
                                         Project



01   019-20-01-21-01-1021-00-109-02601   Energy Sciences Network (ESnet)


01   019-20-01-21-01-1024-00-402-12501   BNL Contractor Administrative
                                         System/Brookhaven National Laboratory




01   019-20-01-21-01-1026-00-109-02601   PNNL EMSL Molecular Science
                                         Computing Facility




01   019-20-01-21-01-1027-00-402-12401   ORNL Enterprise Resource Planning
                                         System - SAP




01   019-20-01-21-01-1030-00-109-02601   ORNL New Center for Computational
                                         Sciences
01   019-20-01-21-01-1031-00-109-02601   ORNL Leadership Computing Facility
01   019-20-01-21-01-1032-00-404-13901   SC Lattice Quantum ChromoDynamics
                                         Computing




01   019-20-01-21-01-2019-00-109-02601   LBL NERSC


01   019-20-01-21-02-1061-00-404-13602   SC HQ Application Support



01   019-20-01-21-02-2774-00-404-13602   PPPL Systems Development

01   019-20-01-21-02-2775-00-404-13802   PPPL Applications Maintenance


01   019-20-01-21-02-3000-00-404-13602   SLAC Payroll System Support
01   019-20-01-21-02-3001-00-404-13902   SLAC Accelerator Controls Computing


01   019-20-01-21-02-3002-00-404-13602   SLAC Accounting System Support




01   019-20-01-21-02-3003-00-404-13602   SLAC Accounts Payable System
                                         Support




01   019-20-01-21-02-3004-00-404-13602   SLAC Accounts Receivable System




01   019-20-01-21-02-3006-00-404-13902   SLAC BaBar Data Distribution System


01   019-20-01-21-02-3007-00-404-13902   SLAC BaBar Desktop Support System


01   019-20-01-21-02-3008-00-404-13902   SLAC BaBar ESD Analysis System



01   019-20-01-21-02-3009-00-404-13902   SLAC BaBar Interactive and Build
                                         Services

01   019-20-01-21-02-3010-00-404-13902   SLAC BABAR Kanga Micro Analysis
                                         System

01   019-20-01-21-02-3011-00-404-13902   SLAC BaBar Objectivity Micro Analysis
                                         System

01   019-20-01-21-02-3012-00-404-13902   SLAC BaBar OPR Production System



01   019-20-01-21-02-3013-00-404-13902   SLAC BaBar Raw/Reco Staging and
                                         Analysis System


01   019-20-01-21-02-3014-00-404-14202   SLAC BaBar Re-Reconstruction
                                         Production System


01   019-20-01-21-02-3015-00-404-14202   SLAC BaBar Simulation Production
                                         System

01   019-20-01-21-02-3016-00-404-13902   SLAC BaBar Specialized Dataset
                                         Analysis System


01   019-20-01-21-02-3017-00-404-13902   SLAC BaBar Test and Development
                                         System
01   019-20-01-21-02-3018-00-404-14202   SLAC Business Information System




01   019-20-01-21-02-3019-00-404-13602   SLAC Business Information System
                                         Web

01   019-20-01-21-02-3020-00-404-13902   SLAC Computing for Accelerator
                                         Research
01   019-20-01-21-02-3028-00-404-13602   SLAC Human Resources System
                                         Support



01   019-20-01-21-02-3029-00-404-13602   SLAC Inventory System Support




01   019-20-01-21-02-3031-00-404-13902   SLAC Oracle and PeopleSoft System




01   019-20-01-21-02-3032-00-404-13602   SLAC Property Control Systems
                                         Support



01   019-20-01-21-02-3034-00-404-13902   SLAC Technical Division CAD and
                                         Design Computing
01   019-20-01-21-02-3035-00-403-13102   FNAL BSS Human Resources
                                         Management System

01   019-20-01-21-02-3036-00-404-13902   FNAL BSS Other Systems Support


01   019-20-01-21-02-3037-00-402-12402   FNAL BSS Production G/L Financials


01   019-20-01-21-02-3038-00-402-12402   FNAL BSS Production MMS Financials


01   019-20-01-21-02-3039-00-404-13902   FNAL BSS Technical Services


01   019-20-01-21-02-3040-00-404-13902   FNAL CDF RUN2 Analysis CPU

01   019-20-01-21-02-3041-00-404-13902   FNAL CDF RUN2 I/O Systems (DH)

01   019-20-01-21-02-3042-00-404-13902   FNAL CDF RUN2 Networking

01   019-20-01-21-02-3043-00-404-13902   FNAL CDF RUN2 Production Systems
                                         (Farms)

01   019-20-01-21-02-3044-00-404-13902   FNAL Central Systems


01   019-20-01-21-02-3045-00-404-14002   FNAL Cyber Security
01   019-20-01-21-02-3046-00-404-13902   FNAL D0 RUN2 Analysis CPU

01   019-20-01-21-02-3047-00-404-13902   FNAL D0 RUN2 I/O Systems (DH)

01   019-20-01-21-02-3048-00-404-13902   FNAL D0 RUN2 Networking


01   019-20-01-21-02-3049-00-404-13902   FNAL D0 RUN2 Production Systems
                                         (Farms)

01   019-20-01-21-02-3050-00-404-14202   BNL ATLAS Computing and Analysis
                                         Facilities



01   019-20-01-21-02-3051-00-404-13902   FNAL FESS Computing

01   019-20-01-21-02-3052-00-404-14202   FNAL Mass Storage

01   019-20-01-21-02-3053-00-401-12002   FNAL Accelerator Controls Computing


01   019-20-01-21-02-3054-00-404-13902   FNAL Networks - Planning & New
                                         Installations

01   019-20-01-21-02-3055-00-404-13902   FNAL Operations


01   019-20-01-21-02-3057-00-404-13902   FNAL Other Experiments

01   019-20-01-21-02-3058-00-404-13902   FNAL PPD Administrative Computing &
                                         Software
01   019-20-01-21-02-3059-00-109-02602   FNAL SciDAC



01   019-20-01-21-02-3060-00-404-13902   FNAL TD Computing & Information
                                         Systems
01   019-20-01-21-02-3065-00-404-13802   JLAB Accelerator Control System
                                         Support




01   019-20-01-21-02-3066-00-404-13802   JLAB Accelerator Device Control

01   019-20-01-21-02-3067-00-404-13802   JLAB Accelerator System and Beam
                                         Applications

01   019-20-01-21-02-3069-00-404-13902   JLAB Experiment Related Computing



01   019-20-01-21-02-3070-00-404-13902   JLAB Experimental Physics Computing




01   019-20-01-21-02-3072-00-404-13902   JLAB Lattice QCD Computing R&D
01   019-20-01-21-02-3073-00-404-14202   JLAB Management Information Systems




01   019-20-01-21-02-3074-00-404-14002   JLAB Support and Security




01   019-20-01-21-02-3075-00-402-12402   LBL Accounting Systems


01   019-20-01-21-02-3076-00-402-12502   LBL Budget Systems


01   019-20-01-21-02-3077-00-404-13902   LBL EH&S Systems


01   019-20-01-21-02-3080-00-404-13902   LBL Facilities Systems


01   019-20-01-21-02-3081-00-402-12502   LBL Financial Management Systems


01   019-20-01-21-02-3082-00-404-14202   LBL HR Information Management


01   019-20-01-21-02-3085-00-402-12502   LBL Procurement Systems


01   019-20-01-21-02-3088-00-404-13902   LBL Scientific Computing in Support of
                                         ASCR

01   019-20-01-21-02-3089-00-404-13902   LBL Scientific Computing in Support of
                                         BER

01   019-20-01-21-02-3090-00-404-13902   LBL Scientific Computing in Support of
                                         BES

01   019-20-01-21-02-3091-00-404-13902   LBL Scientific Computing in Support of
                                         FES

01   019-20-01-21-02-3092-00-404-13902   LBL Scientific Computing in Support of
                                         HEP

01   019-20-01-21-02-3093-00-404-13902   LBL Scientific Computing in Support of
                                         NP
01   019-20-01-21-02-3096-00-404-13902   LBL Travel Systems


01   019-20-01-21-02-3102-00-404-13902   ORNL BER High Performance
                                         Computing

01   019-20-01-21-02-3104-00-402-12902   ORNL Business Support & Feeder



01   019-20-01-21-02-3111-00-404-14202   ORNL ESH&Q Systems
01   019-20-01-21-02-3112-00-401-11902   ORNL Facilities & Operations

01   019-20-01-21-02-3115-00-402-12402   ORNL HR Support & Feeder


01   019-20-01-21-02-3120-00-402-12402   ORNL Time & Attendance



01   019-20-01-21-02-3123-00-405-14302   PNNL - Business Management System
                                         (BMS)

01   019-20-01-21-02-3127-00-404-13902   PNNL ASCR, Mathematical, Information
                                         and Computational Science Division
                                         Research


01   019-20-01-21-02-3128-00-404-13902   PNNL BER, Climate Change Research
                                         Division




01   019-20-01-21-02-3129-00-404-13902   PNNL BER, Life Sciences Division




01   019-20-01-21-02-3131-00-404-13702   ORNL Device Network Improvements


01   019-20-01-21-02-3133-00-404-13902   PNNL EMSL Infrastructure Operations




01   019-20-01-21-02-3135-00-404-14202   PNNL EMSL Visualization and Archive
                                         Services



01   019-20-01-21-02-3136-00-402-12902   PNNL Financial Systems Support

01   019-20-01-21-02-3137-00-404-13902   PNNL Fusion, International Programs



01   019-20-01-21-02-3138-00-402-12402   PNNL General Accounting Systems

01   019-20-01-21-02-3139-00-404-14202   PNNL Health and Safety Systems


01   019-20-01-21-02-3140-00-403-13002   PNNL Human Resource Systems

01   019-20-01-21-02-3143-00-402-12902   PNNL Project Management Systems

01   019-20-01-21-02-3144-00-404-13902   PNNL Science and Engineering
                                         Education Center

01   019-20-01-21-02-3146-00-404-13902   PPPL Small Projects/Other -
                                         Programmatic Scientific Computing
01   019-20-01-21-02-3147-00-304-10402   PPPL Strategic Planning


01   019-20-01-21-02-3151-00-404-14202   AMES Strategic Planning




01   019-20-01-21-02-3152-00-404-13802   ANL APS Accelerator Systems



01   019-20-01-21-02-3153-00-404-13802   ANL APS Administrative Systems

01   019-20-01-21-02-3154-00-404-13802   ANL APS Control Systems



01   019-20-01-21-02-3155-00-404-13802   ANL APS Experimental Facilities


01   019-20-01-21-02-3156-00-404-13802   ANL APS Ops




01   019-20-01-21-02-3157-00-402-12502   ANL Accounting Systems



01   019-20-01-21-02-3158-00-404-13802   ANL Administrative Systems


01   019-20-01-21-02-3159-00-404-14202   ANL Biosciences




01   019-20-01-21-02-3160-00-404-14202   ANL Chemical Technology




01   019-20-01-21-02-3161-00-404-14202   ANL Chemistry




01   019-20-01-21-02-3162-00-404-14202   ANL Collaborative and Virtual
                                         Environments Laboratory



01   019-20-01-21-02-3165-00-404-14202   ANL Decision & Information Systems
01   019-20-01-21-02-3166-00-404-14202   ANL Distributed Systems Laboratory




01   019-20-01-21-02-3167-00-404-13902   ANL ECT Systems



01   019-20-01-21-02-3168-00-404-14202   ANL Educational Programs


01   019-20-01-21-02-3169-00-404-14202   ANL Energy Technology


01   019-20-01-21-02-3171-00-404-14202   ANL Environmental Assessment




01   019-20-01-21-02-3172-00-404-14202   ANL Environmental Research




01   019-20-01-21-02-3173-00-401-11902   ANL Facilities Management Systems



01   019-20-01-21-02-3174-00-404-13902   ANL SRI



01   019-20-01-21-02-3175-00-403-13102   ANL HR Systems




01   019-20-01-21-02-3176-00-401-12302   ANL Health and Safety Systems




01   019-20-01-21-02-3177-00-404-14202   ANL High Energy Physics



01   019-20-01-21-02-3178-00-404-13802   ANL Information/Publishing Systems



01   019-20-01-21-02-3179-00-404-13902   ANL Intense Neutron Pulse Program




01   019-20-01-21-02-3180-00-404-14202   ANL Laboratory for Advanced Numerical
                                         Software
01   019-20-01-21-02-3181-00-404-14202   ANL Material Science




01   019-20-01-21-02-3184-00-402-12502   ANL OCF Systems




01   019-20-01-21-02-3185-00-404-14202   ANL Physics




01   019-20-01-21-02-3186-00-405-14302   ANL Procurement Systems


01   019-20-01-21-02-3187-00-404-14202   ANL Engineering Technology



01   019-20-01-21-02-3189-00-404-14202   ANL Scientific Computing Applications




01   019-20-01-21-02-3190-00-404-14202   ANL Energy Systems




01   019-20-01-21-02-3191-00-404-14202   ANL Technology Development




01   019-20-01-21-02-3193-00-404-13902   BNL NSLS Administrative Systems



01   019-20-01-21-02-3194-00-404-13802   BNL Experimental Support



01   019-20-01-21-02-3195-00-404-13802   BNL Accelerator Controls




01   019-20-01-21-02-3196-00-404-14102   BNL Records Management
01   019-20-01-21-02-3197-00-404-13902   BNL Scientific Computing - UNIX
                                         Services Support




01   019-20-01-21-02-3198-00-404-13902   BNL Scientific Computing Centers of
                                         Excellence



01   019-20-01-21-02-3200-00-404-13902   BNL Applications Services




01   019-20-01-21-02-3201-00-404-13902   BNL High Energy & Nuclear Physics
                                         Local Computing Infrastructure




01   019-20-01-21-02-3202-00-404-13702   CH Direction, Implementation &
                                         Administration
01   019-20-01-21-02-3208-00-402-12502   OR Budget Execution Formulation
                                         System



01   019-20-01-21-02-3209-00-404-13802   OR CHRIS Small Mission



01   019-20-01-21-02-3210-00-404-13802   OR DOCS




01   019-20-01-21-02-3213-00-404-13602   OR ISEM




01   019-20-01-21-02-3214-00-304-10202   OR Information Technology Planning
                                         Architecture
01   019-20-01-21-02-3217-00-404-14002   OR Program Assessment & Evaluation




01   019-20-01-21-02-3222-00-403-13002   ORISE Integrated Project Management -
                                         Non-Financial Component (IPM-NonFin)

01   019-20-01-21-02-3223-00-402-12902   ORISE Integrated Project Management -
                                         Financial Component (IPM-Fin)

01   019-20-01-21-02-3224-00-404-14002   ORISE Security
01   019-20-01-21-02-3225-00-304-10402   ORISE Strategic Planning


01   019-20-01-21-02-3226-00-404-13902   OSTI Application Maintenance
01   019-20-01-21-02-3227-00-401-12002   OSTI Help Desk



01   019-20-01-21-02-3229-00-304-10302   OSTI Strategic Planning


01   019-20-01-21-02-3230-00-404-13602   OSTI Systems Development &
                                         Engineering
01   019-20-01-21-02-3232-00-404-14202   LBL Institutional Business Computing
                                         Systems

01   019-20-01-21-02-3233-00-404-14202   LBL Information Systems Portal (BLIS)


01   019-20-01-21-02-3234-00-401-12002   BNL Customer Support


01   019-20-01-21-02-3235-00-404-13902   BNL Brookhaven Computing Facility



01   019-20-01-21-02-3236-00-404-13902   BNL Sitewide Network Services -
                                         Scientific




01   019-20-01-21-02-3237-00-404-14202   BNL BRAHMS Computing and Analysis
                                         Facilities




01   019-20-01-21-02-3238-00-404-14202   BNL PHENIX Computing and Analysis
                                         Facilities




01   019-20-01-21-02-3239-00-404-14202   BNL PHOBOS Computing and Analysis
                                         Facilities




01   019-20-01-21-02-3240-00-404-14102   PNNL - Other Systems


01   019-20-01-21-02-3241-00-404-14202   BNL STAR Computing and Analysis
                                         Facilities




01   019-20-01-21-02-3242-00-404-14202   BNL National Nuclear Data Center
01   019-20-01-21-02-3243-00-404-13802   BNL RHIC Facility Operations,
                                         Embedded Systems



01   019-20-01-21-02-3244-00-404-14202   ANL Strategic Planning




01   019-20-01-21-02-3245-00-404-14202   ANL Research Computing




01   019-20-01-21-02-3246-00-403-13402   PNNL - Safeguards & Security

01   019-20-01-21-02-3247-00-404-13902   PNNL IBM Development System



01   019-20-01-21-02-3248-00-401-11902   PNNL - Facilities & Operations

01   019-20-01-21-02-3249-00-404-13802   BNL RHIC Operations, Communications

01   019-20-01-21-02-3250-00-404-13802   BNL RHIC Operations, Accelerator
                                         Supervisory Control System


01   019-20-01-21-02-3251-00-404-13902   BNL High Energy & Nuclear Physics
                                         Grid Infrastructure




01   019-20-01-21-02-3252-00-404-14202   BNL Chemistry Computer Technology
                                         Support




01   019-20-01-21-02-3253-00-404-14202   BNL Chemistry Web Application
                                         Services




01   019-20-01-21-02-3254-00-404-13902   PNNL Materials Science & Engineering
                                         Division



01   019-20-01-21-02-3255-00-404-13902   CCPP (Climate Change Prediction
                                         Program)


01   019-20-01-21-02-3260-00-404-14202   AMES Direct Mission Computing
                                         Support
01   019-20-01-21-02-3303-00-404-13602   SLAC Purchasing System Support




01   019-20-01-21-02-3306-00-404-13902   JLAB New Wing Computing and
                                         Networking


01   019-20-01-21-02-3307-00-404-14202   BNL ARM Climate Research Facility
                                         External Data Ct



01   019-20-01-21-02-3309-00-404-14002   BNL Classified Cyber Security



01   019-20-01-21-02-3310-00-404-14202   BNL Computer Based Training
                                         Applications




01   019-20-01-21-02-3311-00-401-11902   BNL Energy Management Control
                                         System




01   019-20-01-21-02-3312-00-108-02302   BNL Environmental Information
                                         Management System




01   019-20-01-21-02-3313-00-404-13902   BNL Grid Integrated HENP Storage




01   019-20-01-21-02-3314-00-404-13902   BNL Systems for PCB and Monolithic IC
                                         Designs




01   019-20-01-21-02-3315-00-306-11202   BNL Standards Based Management
                                         System



01   019-20-01-21-02-3316-00-404-14002   BNL Unclassified Cyber Security
                                         Insfrastructure



01   019-20-01-21-02-3317-00-404-14002   BNL Unclassified Cyber Security
                                         Support
01   019-20-01-21-02-3318-00-402-12502   BNL Web-based Integrated Work for
                                         Others System



01   019-20-01-21-02-3319-00-305-10902   BNL Web Content Management
                                         Services




01   019-20-01-21-02-3321-00-404-13902   FNAL USCMS S&C - Data Services


01   019-20-01-21-02-3322-00-404-13902   FNAL USCMS S&C - Analysis Services


01   019-20-01-21-02-3323-00-404-13902   FNAL USCMS S&C - Grid Services


01   019-20-01-21-02-3324-00-404-13902   FNAL USCMS S&C - Simulation
                                         Services

01   019-20-01-21-02-3325-00-404-13902   FNAL USCMS S&C - Universities


01   019-20-01-21-02-3326-00-403-13202   FNAL Employee Time and Effort




01   019-20-01-21-02-3327-00-401-11902   ORNL Facilities & Maintenance Work
                                         Scheduling SW
01   019-20-01-21-02-3328-00-404-13902   ORNL Overhead Services Private
                                         Networks
01   019-20-01-21-02-3329-00-404-13902   ORNL Oracle Site License & Application
                                         Operations

01   019-20-01-21-02-3330-00-404-13902   SLAC GLAST Experiment Computing
01   019-20-01-21-02-3331-00-404-13902   SLAC KIPAC Computing

01   019-20-01-21-02-3332-00-404-13902   SLAC Computing for SSRL Accelerator
                                         Operations


01   019-20-01-21-02-5201-00-404-14202   INEEL TIRADE




01   019-20-01-21-02-5209-00-404-14202   INEEL Boron Neutron Capture Therapy
                                         Research (BNCT)



01   019-20-01-32-02-1010-00-404-14202   TD Websites/Intranet
01   019-20-01-32-02-1011-00-404-14202   TD Mission Specific System
01   019-20-01-32-02-1012-00-404-14202   TD IT Program Management
01   019-20-01-32-02-1013-00-404-14202   TD IT Capital Planning
01   019-50-01-01-01-1014-00-402-12501   WAPA Business Information Decision
                                         Support System (BIDSS) Upgrade/
                                         Maintenance



01   019-50-01-01-02-1015-00-307-11802   WAPA Sierra Nevada Power Billing
                                         System



01   019-50-01-01-02-4000-00-402-12402   SEPA Financial Management System

01   019-50-01-01-02-4001-00-402-12402   SWPA Oracle Financials


01   019-50-01-23-02-3002-00-402-12402   SWPA SCADA/EMS



01   019-50-01-23-02-3005-00-107-01902   WAPA Desert Southwest Region
                                         Energy Operations Systems




01   019-50-01-23-02-3006-00-107-01902   WAPA Rocky Mountain Region Energy
                                         Operations System




01   019-50-01-23-02-3007-00-107-01902   WAPA Sierra Nevada Region Energy
                                         Operations System




01   019-50-01-23-02-3008-00-107-01902   WAPA Upper Great Plains Region
                                         Energy Operations Systems




01   019-50-01-23-02-3012-00-107-02102   WAPA Sierra Nevada Region
                                         Settlements Package
01   019-50-01-23-02-3013-00-107-02102   WAPA Sierra Nevada Region Load
                                         Forecasting
01   019-50-01-23-02-3014-00-107-02102   WAPA Sierra Nevada Region
                                         Generation Forecasting
01   019-50-01-23-02-3017-00-107-02102   WAPA MAXIMO System



01   019-50-01-23-02-3018-00-107-02102   WAPA Sierra Nevada Region Maint
                                         Mgmt Workstation


01   019-50-01-23-02-3019-00-107-02102   WAPA Corporate Services Office Other
                                         Applications
01   019-50-01-23-02-3020-00-107-02202   WAPA Desert Southwest Region
                                         Supervisory & Data Acquisition System
                                         (SCADA)



01   019-50-01-23-02-3021-00-107-02202   WAPA Rocky Mountain Region
                                         Supervisory Control and Data
                                         Acquisition (SCADA) System
01   019-50-01-23-02-3022-00-107-02202   WAPA Sierra Nevada Region
                                         Supervisory Control and Data
                                         Acquisition (SCADA) System



01   019-50-01-23-02-3023-00-107-02202   WAPA Upper Great Plains Supervisory
                                         Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA)
                                         System


01   019-50-01-23-02-3030-00-000-00002   WAPA Corporate Services Office
                                         Mission User Support
01   019-50-01-23-02-3031-00-404-13902   WAPA Corporate Services Office
                                         Mission Energy Operations Framework
01   019-50-01-23-02-3032-00-107-02202   WAPA Corporate Services Office
                                         Mission Local Interconnectivity
                                         Framework
01   019-50-01-23-02-3033-00-107-02202   WAPA Corporate Services Office
                                         Mission Interconnectivity Framework
01   019-50-01-23-02-3035-00-107-02202   WAPA Desert Southwest Region
                                         Mission User Support
01   019-50-01-23-02-3036-00-107-02202   WAPA Desert Southwest Region
                                         Mission Local Interconnectivity
                                         Framework
01   019-50-01-23-02-3037-00-107-02202   WAPA Desert Southwest Region
                                         Mission Energy Operations Framework
01   019-50-01-23-02-3038-00-107-02202   WAPA Desert Southwest Region
                                         Mission Interconnectivity Framework
01   019-50-01-23-02-3040-00-107-02202   WAPA Rocky Mountain Region Mission
                                         User Support
01   019-50-01-23-02-3041-00-107-02202   WAPA Rocky Mountain Region Mission
                                         Local Interconnectivity Framework

01   019-50-01-23-02-3042-00-404-13902   WAPA Rocky Mountain Mission Energy
                                         Operations Framework
01   019-50-01-23-02-3043-00-107-02202   WAPA Rocky Mountain Region Mission
                                         Interconnectivity Framework
01   019-50-01-23-02-3045-00-107-02202   WAPA Sierra Nevada Region Mission
                                         User Support
01   019-50-01-23-02-3046-00-107-02202   WAPA Sierra Nevada Region Mission
                                         Local Interconnectivity Framework
01   019-50-01-23-02-3047-00-107-02202   WAPA Sierra Nevada Region Mission
                                         Energy Operations Framework
01   019-50-01-23-02-3048-00-107-02202   WAPA Sierra Nevada Region Mission
                                         Interconnectivity Framework




01   019-50-01-23-02-3050-00-107-02202   WAPA Upper Great Plains Region
                                         Mission User Support
01   019-50-01-23-02-3051-00-107-02202   WAPA Upper Great Plains Region
                                         Mission Local Interconnectivity
                                         Framework
01   019-50-01-23-02-3052-00-107-02202   WAPA Upper Great Plains Region
                                         Mission Energy Operations Framework
01   019-50-01-23-02-3053-00-107-02202   WAPA Upper Great Plains Region
                                         Mission Interconnectivity Framework
01   019-50-01-23-02-4002-00-307-11802   WAPA Rocky Mountain Region Power
                                         Billing System



01   019-50-01-23-02-4003-00-307-11802   WAPA Upper Great Plains Power Billing
                                         System



01   019-50-01-23-02-4686-00-107-02102   WAPA Desert Southwest Other Mission
                                         Energy Systems



01   019-50-01-23-02-4687-00-107-02102   WAPA Rocky Mountain Region Other
                                         Mission Energy Systems



01   019-50-01-23-02-4688-00-107-02102   WAPA Sierra Nevada Region Other
                                         Mission Energy Systems
01   019-50-01-23-02-4689-00-107-02102   WAPA Upper Great Plains Other
                                         Mission Energy Systems



01   019-50-01-23-02-4690-00-307-11802   WAPA Desert Southwest Region Power
                                         Billing System



01   019-60-01-01-01-1010-00-402-12401   ME I-MANAGE Standard Acct Reporting
                                         System (STARS)




01   019-60-01-01-01-1027-00-404-14201   ME I-MANAGE Data Warehouse (IDW)


01   019-60-01-01-01-1100-24-407-18701   Financial Management Line of Business
                                         Inter-agency Project
01   019-60-01-01-02-1011-00-404-13802   LM Finance & Accounting System
                                         (Jamis)
01   019-60-01-01-02-1013-00-402-12402   LM JAMIS Finance & Accounting
                                         System
01   019-60-01-01-02-3000-00-403-13202   ME Payroll Systems Operations

01   019-60-01-01-02-3006-00-402-12902   ME Census Bureau - Consolidated
                                         Federal Funds Report (CFFR)

01   019-60-01-13-02-1010-00-402-12402   EIA Mission Program Server Operations
01   019-60-01-13-02-1011-00-404-13902   EIA Mission Software
                                         Development/Lifecycle Management
01   019-60-01-17-01-1010-00-403-23101   ME I-MANAGE Enterprise Human
                                         Resources (CHRIS)


01   019-60-01-17-01-1020-00-304-10301   IM IT Capital Planning and Investment
                                         Control Initiative


01   019-60-01-17-01-1024-00-404-14001   IM Policy, Planning and Risk
                                         Management Program

01   019-60-01-17-01-1025-00-405-14301   ME E-Procurement


01   019-60-01-17-01-1027-00-404-14001   IM-Cyber Security-Cooperative
                                         Protection Program




01   019-60-01-17-01-1031-00-404-14001   IM-Cyber Security-Computer Incident
                                         Advisory Capability



01   019-60-01-17-01-1032-00-404-14001   IM Cyber Security Outreach Program
01   019-60-01-17-01-1034-00-304-10701   ME E-Content Management System
                                         (eCMS)

01   019-60-01-17-02-3000-00-306-11202   ME DOE Directives On-Line Portal




01   019-60-01-17-02-3001-00-401-11902   ME Facilities Information Management
                                         System (FIMS)




01   019-60-01-17-02-3002-00-403-13102   ME-50 Projects




01   019-60-01-17-02-3003-00-405-14402   ME Library*Solution (TLC)

01   019-60-01-17-02-3004-00-405-14402   ME Sunflower




01   019-60-01-17-02-3007-00-408-23402   ME-60 Projects
01   019-60-01-17-02-3008-00-401-11902   ME Condition Assessment
                                         Survey/Condition Assessment
                                         Information System (CAS/CAIS)


01   019-60-01-17-02-3009-00-307-11802   ME Energy Asset Disposal System
                                         (EADS)



01   019-60-01-17-02-3011-00-405-14602   ME-40 Projects



01   019-60-01-17-02-3014-00-301-09302   ME Project Assessment and Reporting
                                         System (PARS)

01   019-60-01-17-02-3015-00-301-09302   ME Joule

01   019-60-01-17-02-3017-00-402-12902   ME Collaborative Systems


01   019-60-01-17-02-3018-00-402-12402   ME Mission Specific Systems


01   019-60-01-17-02-3019-00-404-14102   ME Document On-Line Coordination
                                         System (DOCS)

01   019-60-01-17-02-3020-00-405-14602   ME Central Contractor Registration




01   019-60-01-17-02-3021-00-405-14602   ME-40 Working Capital Fund Projects

01   019-60-01-17-02-3022-00-404-14002   IM-Cyber Security-Departmental Anti-
                                         Virus Strategy



01   019-60-01-17-02-3025-00-405-14302   ME DOE/C-Web

01   019-60-01-17-02-3026-00-405-14602   ME Industry Interactive Procurement
                                         System (IIPS)

01   019-60-01-17-02-3027-00-405-14302   ME-60 Application Support


01   019-60-01-17-02-3901-00-116-05402   LMTS



01   019-60-01-17-02-3903-00-000-00002   PCMaster



01   019-60-01-17-02-4000-00-404-14002   IM-Cyber Security-Training
01   019-60-01-17-02-4007-00-304-10502   IM Financial / Personnel Support



01   019-60-01-17-02-4008-00-404-14102   IM Records Management Support



01   019-60-01-17-03-0017-00-408-19603   ME E-Training




01   019-60-01-17-03-0022-24-406-18503   ME E-Travel
01   019-60-01-30-02-3000-00-404-14202   ED - ITISS - BED1
01   019-60-01-31-02-1014-00-404-14202   LM Record Management System
                                         (Hummingbird)


01   019-60-01-31-02-1017-00-404-14202   LM LTS&M Transition Activities for
                                         Closure Sites


01   019-60-01-31-02-3407-00-404-14202   LM LTS&M SEEPro, GEMS, &
                                         Environmental Systems Spt



01   019-60-01-99-04-0020-24-107-02104   GovBenefits.gov
01   019-60-01-99-04-0060-24-313-16804   E-Rulemaking
01   019-60-01-99-04-0100-24-107-02104   Business Gateway
01   019-60-01-99-04-0140-24-104-00804   SafeCom
01   019-60-01-99-04-0220-24-406-18504   E-Travel
01   019-60-01-99-04-0230-24-410-20904   Integrated Acquisition Environment
01   019-60-01-99-04-0240-24-409-20404   E-Records Management
01   019-60-01-99-04-1200-24-408-24404   Human Resource Management Line of
                                         Business Inter-Agency
01   019-60-01-99-04-1217-24-408-23704   E-Training
01   019-60-01-99-04-1300-24-107-02104   Grants Management Line of Business
                                         Inter-Agency
01   019-60-01-99-04-1316-24-107-02104   Grants.gov
01   019-60-01-99-04-1500-24-107-02104   Case Management Line of Business
                                         Inter-Agency
01   019-99-01-99-04-0030-24-107-01904   E-Loans
01   019-99-01-99-04-0120-24-409-20504   Geospatial One-Stop
01   019-99-01-99-04-0250-24-409-20304   E-Authentication
02   019-05-02-00-02-2003-00-404-13902   NNSA SNL Technical Library and
                                         Recorded Information Management
02   019-05-02-00-02-2004-00-404-13902   NNSA ESNET Support and Use
02   019-05-02-00-02-2005-00-404-13902   NNSA SNL Direct Funded Small
                                         Ivestments
02   019-05-02-00-02-2006-00-404-13902   NNSA SNL Non NNSA Direct Funded
                                         Small Ivestments
02   019-05-02-00-02-2007-00-404-13902   NNSA KCP Digital Works
02   019-05-02-00-02-2008-00-404-13902   NNSA KCP Portals
02   019-05-02-00-02-2009-00-404-13902   NNSA Classified Computing and
                                         Classified Networks
02   019-05-02-00-02-2009-00-404-13902   NNSA Direct Funded Cyber Security
02   019-10-02-00-02-0002-00-404-13902   RL DOE IT Infrastructure and Office
                                         Automation
02   019-10-02-00-02-0005-00-404-13902   RL OMC IT Infrastructure and Office
                                         Automation

02   019-10-02-00-02-0009-00-404-13902   RL PHMC-provided IT Infrastructure
                                         and Office Auto

02   019-10-02-00-02-0012-00-404-13902   RL RCP IT Infrastructure and Office
                                         Automation

02   019-10-02-00-02-0015-00-404-13902   RL RPP IT Infrastructure and Office
                                         Automation

02   019-10-02-00-02-3351-00-402-12402   OH BWXT IT Costs


02   019-10-02-00-02-3352-00-402-12402   OH Federal IT

02   019-10-02-00-02-3353-00-402-12402   OH Federal IT costs


02   019-10-02-00-02-3354-00-402-12402   OH Federal IT Costs


02   019-10-02-00-02-3355-00-402-12402   OH Fluor Fernald (IT Security)

02   019-10-02-00-02-3557-00-404-13902   SR WSI Office Automation




02   019-10-02-00-02-4503-00-401-11902   CBFO CREL (WIPP Recertification
                                         Appl)



02   019-10-02-00-02-6002-00-108-02402   OH Fluor Fernald (Applications -
                                         Remediation Cost Control)

02   019-10-02-00-02-7003-00-108-02402   RF-KH Application Operations

02   019-20-02-00-02-4001-00-404-13902   SPRO M&O Client Server




02   019-20-02-00-02-4002-00-404-13902   SPRO M&O Field Communications




02   019-20-02-00-02-4003-00-404-13902   SPRO M&O Network Hardware and
                                         Maintenance
02   019-20-02-00-02-4004-00-404-13902   SPRO M&O Windows Office
                                         Automation Support




02   019-20-02-00-02-4005-00-404-13902   SPRO M&O IT Cyber Security




02   019-20-02-00-02-4006-00-404-13902   SPRO M&O LAN/WAN Upgrades




02   019-20-02-00-02-5252-00-404-13902   INEEL Advanced Computing And
                                         Collaboration




02   019-60-02-00-01-5000-00-404-13901   Consolidated Infrastructure, Office
                                         Automation, and Telecommunications
                                         Program


02   019-60-02-00-02-1012-00-404-13902   LM HQ EXCITE & Contractor Support



02   019-60-02-00-02-1019-00-401-11902   LM Property Management System
                                         (Sunflower)
02   019-60-02-00-02-3401-00-401-12002   LM Help Desk at GJ
02   019-60-02-00-02-3406-00-404-13802   LM Software Engineering


02   019-60-02-00-02-3409-00-404-14002   LM Cyber Security
03   019-10-03-00-02-0003-00-404-13702   RL DOE Enterprise Architecture &
                                         Planning
03   019-10-03-00-02-0006-00-404-13702   RL OMC Enterprise Architecture &
                                         Planning
03   019-10-03-00-02-0010-00-404-13702   RL PHMC Enterprise Architecture &
                                         Planning
03   019-10-03-00-02-0013-00-404-13702   RL RCP Enterprise Architecture &
                                         Planning
03   019-10-03-00-02-0016-00-404-13702   RL RPP Enterprise Architecture &
                                         Planning
03   019-10-03-00-02-3300-00-108-02402   BJC Program Management

03   019-10-03-00-02-3327-00-402-12402   CBFO IT Asset Management




03   019-10-03-00-02-3329-00-108-02402   CBFO WIPPnet Assessment and
                                         Evaluation
03   019-10-03-00-02-3378-00-108-02402   RF-KH Financial Management

03   019-10-03-00-02-3379-00-108-02402   RF-KH Human Resources Management

03   019-10-03-00-02-3550-00-301-09302   SR IT Management




03   019-10-03-00-02-7020-00-108-02402   RFFO Federal Support for IT Planning


03   019-20-03-00-02-3009-00-404-14202   NETL IT Program Assessment &
                                         Evaluation
03   019-20-03-00-02-3110-00-404-13902   NREL IT Management and Planning -
                                         formerly NREL Architecture Planning



03   019-20-03-00-02-3605-00-404-14202   FE HQ Planning & Budgeting

03   019-20-03-00-02-3606-00-404-14202   NETL IT Direction, Policy Development,
                                         Implementation & Administration


03   019-20-03-00-02-3607-00-404-14202   NETL IT Planning & Budgeting


03   019-20-03-00-02-3608-00-404-14202   NETL IT Procurement Management




03   019-20-03-00-02-4008-00-404-14202   SPRO(HQ) IT Direction, Implementation
                                         & Administra



03   019-20-03-00-02-5249-00-404-14202   INEEL IT Strategic Planning and CIO
                                         Activities



03   019-20-03-00-02-5254-00-404-14202   INEEL IT Implementation and
                                         Administration
03   019-50-03-00-02-3055-00-304-10402   WAPA Regional IT Planning




03   019-50-03-00-02-3505-00-107-02202   WAPA Sierra Nevada Enterprise
                                         Application Integration



03   019-60-03-00-01-1030-00-304-10301   IM Enterprise Architecture
03   019-60-03-00-02-1015-00-404-14202   LM Records & LTS&M EA Planning
                                         Services

03   019-60-03-00-02-1016-00-404-13902   LM Strategic Planning for EA
04   019-20-04-00-01-1012-00-109-02601   E-Gov Corporate R&D Portfolio Mgmt.
                                         Environment



04   019-20-04-00-01-1030-00-107-02001   EE State Grant Administration



                 Department of Health and Human Services

01   009-00-01-01-01-0001-00-402-12401   HHS Unified Financial Management
                                         System




01   009-00-01-99-01-1316-24-110-21901   PMA e-Gov Grants.Gov - HHS
                                         contribution
01   009-00-01-99-04-0020-24-112-03904   PMA e-Gov Gov Benefits - HHS
                                         contribution
01   009-00-01-99-04-0060-24-313-16904   PMA e-Gov E-Rulemaking - HHS
                                         Contribution
01   009-00-01-99-04-0100-24-105-01104   PMA e-Gov Business Gateway - HHS
                                         Contribution
01   009-00-01-99-04-0120-24-409-20504   PMA e-Gov Geospatial One-Stop
01   009-00-01-99-04-0130-24-104-01004   PMA e-Gov Disaster Management -
                                         HHS Contribution
01   009-00-01-99-04-0140-24-104-01004   PMA e-Gov SAFECOM - HHS
                                         contribution
01   009-00-01-99-04-0230-24-410-20904   PMA e-Gov Integrated Acquisition -
                                         HHS contribution
01   009-00-01-99-04-0240-24-409-20404   PMA e-Gov E-Records Management -
                                         HHS Contribution
01   009-00-01-99-04-0250-24-409-20304   PMA e-Gov E-Authentication - HHS
                                         contribution
01   009-00-01-99-04-1100-24-407-19204   PMA LoB Financial Management - HHS
                                         contribution




01   009-00-01-99-04-1200-24-408-24404   PMA LoB Human Resource
                                         Management - HHS contribution
01   009-00-01-99-04-1300-24-110-21904   PMA LoB Grants Management - HHS
                                         contribution
01   009-00-01-99-04-1400-24-110-21904   PMA LoB Federal Health Architecture -
                                         HHS contribution
01   009-10-01-01-01-4140-00-402-12501   FDA Financial Enterprise Solutions
                                         (FES)




01   009-10-01-01-02-1010-00-402-12402   FDA Central Accounting System




01   009-10-01-02-01-0206-00-110-03201   FDA Mission Accomplishment and
                                         Regulatory Compliance Services
                                         (MARCS) System
01   009-10-01-02-02-0201-00-110-03202   FDA AE, Blood, Enforcement (ABLE)
                                         Systems




01   009-10-01-02-02-0201-00-110-03202   FDA eRadHealth




01   009-10-01-02-02-0202-00-110-03202   FDA CDRH Central Support Systems




01   009-10-01-02-02-0202-00-404-14202   FDA CFSAN Support and Enabling




01   009-10-01-02-02-0207-00-110-03202   FDA E-Doc Query
01   009-10-01-02-02-0210-00-110-03202   FDA COMIS Legacy System




01   009-10-01-02-02-0211-00-110-03202   FDA small CDER contracted projects




01   009-10-01-02-02-0212-00-404-13902   FDA CDER Crosscutting personnel




01   009-10-01-02-02-0302-00-110-03202   FDA Automated Drug Info Management
                                         System (ADIMS)




01   009-10-01-02-02-0303-00-110-03202   FDA Structured Product Labeling
                                         Project
01   009-10-01-02-02-0304-00-110-03002   FDA Demographic Information and Data
                                         Repository (DIDR)




01   009-10-01-02-02-0304-00-110-03202   FDA CDER Pre-Market




01   009-10-01-02-02-0305-00-104-01002   FDA Emergency Operations Network
                                         Project




01   009-10-01-02-02-0307-00-402-12802   FDA Asset Management System
                                         (Property)
01   009-10-01-02-02-1010-00-110-03202   FDA National Xenotransplantation
                                         Registry and Database




01   009-10-01-02-02-1010-00-110-03202   FDA CBER Electronic Document Room




01   009-10-01-02-02-1011-00-110-03202   FDA CDER Post-Market




01   009-10-01-02-02-1020-00-110-03002   FDA MedSun
01   009-10-01-02-02-1020-00-110-03202   FDA Operational & Admin. Sys. Import
                                         Support (OASIS)




01   009-10-01-02-02-1020-00-110-03202   FDA Food Safety Premarket Review




01   009-10-01-02-02-1020-00-110-03202   FDA Biologics Regulatory Management
                                         System




01   009-10-01-02-02-1020-00-110-03202   FDA Regulatory Management Systems




01   009-10-01-02-02-1030-00-110-03202   FDA Image2000 Document
                                         Management
01   009-10-01-02-02-1030-00-110-03202   FDA Biologics IND Management
                                         System




01   009-10-01-02-02-1040-00-111-03302   FDA ORA Reporting Analysis and
                                         Decision Support System




01   009-10-01-02-02-1040-00-401-11902   FDA Facility Management System




01   009-10-01-02-02-1050-00-110-03202   FDA CDRH Premarket Systems
01   009-10-01-02-02-1060-00-110-03202   FDA RMS Document Accountability and
                                         Tracking System




01   009-10-01-02-02-1060-00-110-03202   FDA Turbo EIR




01   009-10-01-02-02-1070-00-110-03202   FDA RMS Lot Release System




01   009-10-01-02-02-1070-00-111-03402   FDA Electronic Laboratory Exchange
                                         Network (eLEXNET)
01   009-10-01-02-02-1080-00-110-03202   FDA Human Cell and Tissue
                                         Establishment Registration




01   009-10-01-02-02-1100-00-110-03202   FDA Gene Therapy Tracking




01   009-10-01-02-02-1330-00-110-03202   FDA Research Management




01   009-10-01-02-02-1331-00-110-03202   FDA Research Support
01   009-10-01-02-02-4010-00-110-03202   FDA CDER Compliance




01   009-10-01-02-02-4020-00-110-03202   FDA Food Safety Postmarket
                                         Surveillance and Compliance




01   009-10-01-02-02-4030-00-110-03202   FDA Drug Safety




01   009-10-01-02-02-4040-00-110-03202   FDA Field Accomplishments and
                                         Compliance Tracking Sys
01   009-10-01-02-02-4050-00-110-03202   FDA Food Additives Regulatory
                                         Management (FARM)




01   009-10-01-02-02-4060-00-110-03202   FDA Mammography Program Reporting
                                         Information System




01   009-10-01-02-02-4080-00-110-03202   FDA CDRH Postmarket Systems




01   009-10-01-02-02-4090-00-110-03202   FDA Recall Enterprise System (RES)
01   009-10-01-02-02-4100-00-110-03002   FDA CFSAN Adverse Event Reporting
                                         System (CAERS)




01   009-10-01-02-02-4110-00-114-04302   FDA Unified Registration and Listing
                                         System




01   009-10-01-02-02-4120-00-110-03202   FDA BSE Inspection Results System




01   009-10-01-02-02-4130-00-110-03202   FDA Registration & Device Listing
                                         System (RDLS)
01   009-10-01-02-02-4150-00-110-03202   FDA ORA Enterprise Portal




01   009-10-01-03-02-0201-00-110-03202   FDA small NCTR contracted projects
01   009-10-01-03-02-1331-00-110-03202   FDA Multi-Generation Support System




01   009-10-01-05-02-0201-00-301-09202   FDA On-line Program Analysis System
                                         (OPAS)




01   009-10-01-05-02-0203-00-304-10602   FDA Field Work Force Planning System
                                         (MODEL)
01   009-10-01-05-02-0204-00-404-14202   FDA Electronic Document Management




01   009-10-01-09-02-0201-00-110-03202   FDA Small CVM Unique Projects




01   009-10-01-09-02-0202-00-110-03202   FDA Biologics Operational kNowledge
                                         Databases (BOND)




01   009-10-01-09-02-0202-00-301-09302   FDA small OC contracted projects




01   009-10-01-09-02-0306-00-405-14302   FDA Purchase Request Information
                                         System (PRISM)
01   009-10-01-09-02-0308-00-401-12102   FDA MDI Security System




01   009-10-01-09-02-1010-00-404-14202   FDA Agency Information Management
                                         System (AIMS)




01   009-10-01-09-02-1020-00-110-03202   FDA Drug Experience Reporting System




01   009-10-01-09-02-1020-00-403-22902   FDA Administrative Systems
                                         Automation Project
01   009-10-01-09-02-2000-00-401-40402   FDA SCIENCE FIRST




01   009-10-01-09-02-2010-00-402-12602   FDA Travel Manager




01   009-10-01-09-02-4070-00-110-03202   FDA Submission Tracking and
                                         Reporting System




01   009-15-01-06-01-1010-00-110-21701   HRSA The National Practitioner Data
                                         Bank (NPDB) /Healthcare Integrity and
                                         Protection Data Bank (HIPDB)
01   009-15-01-06-02-1030-00-110-21702   HRSA National Organ Procurement and
                                         Transplantation Network (OPTN)




01   009-15-01-06-02-1040-00-206-08402   HRSA HEAL The Health Education
                                         Assistance Loan



01   009-15-01-06-02-1050-00-404-13802   HRSA PRIMECARE


01   009-15-01-06-02-1300-00-404-14202   HRSA Scientific Registry of
                                         Transplantation Recipients



01   009-15-01-09-02-1020-00-304-10702   HRSA IT Human Resource
                                         Management (salaries only)


01   009-15-01-09-02-1060-00-404-14202   HRSA Enterprise Program Information
                                         Mgm't System (E-PIMS)




01   009-15-01-09-02-1400-00-404-14202   HRSA e-HAB


01   009-15-01-09-02-1500-00-404-13802   HRSA IT Program Planning and
                                         Business Support




01   009-17-01-06-01-1010-00-110-03101   IHS Resource and Patient Management
                                         System (RPMS) - Maintenance &
                                         Enhancements
01   009-17-01-06-02-1020-00-110-03102   IHS - National Patient Information
                                         Reporting System (NPIRS) - -
                                         Maintenance and Enhancements




01   009-20-01-01-01-0292-00-405-14301   CDC Integrated Contracts Expert (ICE)




01   009-20-01-01-02-0024-00-402-12402   CDC Biological Reference Reagent
                                         Inventory & Ordering System



01   009-20-01-01-02-0042-00-401-12202   CDC Travel System


01   009-20-01-01-02-0057-00-401-11902   CDC ATSDR Cost Recovery System




01   009-20-01-01-02-0091-00-405-14402   CDC Glassware Ordering System




01   009-20-01-01-02-0117-00-304-10402   CDC Integrated Resources Information
                                         System (IRIS)

01   009-20-01-01-02-0230-00-405-14402   CDC GRANITE Animal Records System

01   009-20-01-01-02-0278-00-110-03102   CDC Vaccine Ordering and Distribution
                                         System (VODS)




01   009-20-01-01-02-0281-00-403-13202   CDC Visiting Fellows Payroll System
                                         (ACCPAC)


01   009-20-01-01-02-0860-00-402-12402   CDC Reimbursable Agreement
                                         Financial System (RAFS)
01   009-20-01-01-02-0865-00-404-14202   CDC Biologics Information and Ordering
                                         System (BIOS)

01   009-20-01-01-02-0866-00-402-12502   CDC Electronic Financial Codebook
                                         System (eCode)


01   009-20-01-01-02-0895-00-402-12402   CDC TB Lead




01   009-20-01-01-02-1000-00-402-12502   CDC NCHSTP Admin Systems




01   009-20-01-01-02-1020-00-402-12402   CDC TOPS (Fin. Mgmt. System)


01   009-20-01-01-02-1055-00-402-12902   CDC NCCDPHP Admin Systems



01   009-20-01-01-02-1170-00-405-14402   CDC Labware

01   009-20-01-01-02-1262-00-405-14302   CDC Managing Account Credit Card
                                         System (MACCS)




01   009-20-01-02-01-0335-00-110-21901   CDC PHIN: Epidemic Information
                                         Exchange (Epi-X)



01   009-20-01-02-01-0362-00-110-21801   CDC PHIN: National Electronic Disease
                                         Surveillance Sys(NEDSS)




01   009-20-01-02-01-0615-00-110-03101   CDC PHIN: National Environmental
                                         Public Health Tracking Network
                                         (NEPHTN)
01   009-20-01-02-01-0908-00-110-21801   CDC Public Health Information Network
                                         (PHIN)




01   009-20-01-02-02-0082-00-110-21902   CDC ATSDR Federal Facilities
                                         Information Management System




01   009-20-01-02-02-0157-00-110-21802   CDC ATSDR National Exposure
                                         Registry




01   009-20-01-02-02-0172-00-110-21902   CDC National Molecular Subtyping
                                         Network for Foodborne Disease
                                         Surveillance (PulseNet)
01   009-20-01-02-02-0276-00-110-21802   CDC Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting
                                         System (VAERS)




01   009-20-01-02-02-0878-00-110-21902   CDC Infectious Diseases Molecular
                                         Epidemiology Database System
                                         (IDMEDS)
01   009-20-01-02-02-0881-00-110-03102   CDC PHIN: Laboratory Response
                                         Network (LRN)




01   009-20-01-02-02-0899-00-110-21802   CDC eHARS
01   009-20-01-02-02-0964-00-110-03102   CDC Consolidated Consumer Response
                                         Services




01   009-20-01-02-02-1000-00-110-21802   CDC ATSDR HazDat




01   009-20-01-02-02-1010-00-110-21802   CDC WONDER (formerly CDC Data
                                         Web (WONDER))
01   009-20-01-02-02-1025-00-110-21802   CDC DSTP: NEDSS STD Program
                                         Module




01   009-20-01-02-02-1081-00-110-21802   CDC PHIN: Specimen Tracking and
                                         Results System (STARRS)




01   009-20-01-02-02-1120-00-110-21902   CDC PHIN: Enterprise Communication
                                         Technology Platform (ECTP)




01   009-20-01-02-02-1185-00-110-21802   CDC eManifest

01   009-20-01-02-02-1188-00-110-21902   CDC Infectious Diseases STAR LIMS



01   009-20-01-02-02-1255-00-110-03102   CDC Director's Emergency Operations
                                         Center Support
01   009-20-01-02-02-1260-00-110-03102   CDC HIV Prevention Program
                                         Evaluation and Monitoring System
                                         (PEMS)




01   009-20-01-02-02-8021-00-110-21802   CDC PH Monitoring for Occupatonal
                                         Safety and Health



01   009-20-01-02-02-8121-00-110-21802   CDC PH Monitoring for Office of the
                                         Director



01   009-20-01-02-02-8221-00-110-21802   CDC PH Monitoring for ATSDR




01   009-20-01-02-02-9021-00-110-21802   CDC PH Monitoring for Birth Defects,
                                         Development Disabilities, Disabilities
                                         and Health


01   009-20-01-02-02-9022-00-110-21902   CDC PH Research for Chronic Disease
                                         Prevention & Health Promotion
01   009-20-01-02-02-9023-00-110-21802   CDC PH Comm for Chronic Disease
                                         Prev & Health Promotion


01   009-20-01-02-02-9024-00-110-21902   CDC PH Services for Chronic Disease
                                         Prevention & Health Promotion

01   009-20-01-02-02-9121-00-110-21802   CDC PH Monitoring for Chronic Disease
                                         Prevention and Health Promotion



01   009-20-01-02-02-9122-00-110-21902   CDC PH Research for HIV/AIDS, STD &
                                         TB Prevention
01   009-20-01-02-02-9123-00-110-21802   CDC PH Comm for Epi Services &
                                         Response


01   009-20-01-02-02-9124-00-110-21902   CDC PH Services for HIV/AIDS, STD &
                                         TB Prevention
01   009-20-01-02-02-9221-00-110-21802   CDC PH Monitoring for Environmental
                                         Health
01   009-20-01-02-02-9321-00-110-21802   CDC PH Monitoring for Epi Services &
                                         Response



01   009-20-01-02-02-9323-00-110-21802   CDC PH Comm for HIV/AIDS, STD &
                                         TB Prevention


01   009-20-01-02-02-9324-00-110-21902   CDC PH Services for Infectious Disease
                                         Control
01   009-20-01-02-02-9424-00-110-21902   CDC PH Services for Occupational
                                         Safety & Health
01   009-20-01-02-02-9432-00-110-21802   CDC PH Comm for Immunization


01   009-20-01-02-02-9521-00-110-21802   CDC PH Monitoring for HIV/AIDS, STD
                                         & TB Prevention



01   009-20-01-02-02-9522-00-110-21902   CDC PH Research for Public Health
                                         Improvement



01   009-20-01-02-02-9523-00-110-21802   CDC PH Comm for Infectious Diseases
                                         Control

01   009-20-01-02-02-9621-00-110-21802   CDC PH Monitoring for Immunizations




01   009-20-01-02-02-9623-00-110-21802   CDC PH Comm for Injury Prevention &
                                         Control

01   009-20-01-02-02-9624-00-110-21902   CDC PH Services for Office of the Director

01   009-20-01-02-02-9721-00-110-21802   CDC PH Monitoring for Infectious
                                         Disease Control



01   009-20-01-02-02-9723-00-110-21802   CDC PH Comm for Occupational Safety
                                         & Health


01   009-20-01-02-02-9821-00-110-21802   CDC PH Monitoring for Injury
                                         Prevention & Control



01   009-20-01-02-02-9921-00-110-21802   CDC PH Monitoring for Public Health
                                         Improvement



01   009-20-01-02-02-9923-00-110-21802   CDC PH Comm for Office of the
                                         Director
01   009-20-01-03-01-0298-00-110-03101   CDC PHIN: Health Alert Network
                                         Preparedness Program (HAN)




01   009-20-01-03-01-1163-00-104-00701   CDC PHIN: BioSense




01   009-20-01-03-02-0547-00-110-21802   CDC Select Agent Transfer and Entity
                                         Registration Information System
                                         (SATERIS)




01   009-20-01-03-02-0623-00-110-03102   CDC PHIN: National HealthCare Safety
                                         Network System



01   009-20-01-03-02-1088-00-110-21802   CDC PHIN: Outbreak Management
                                         System (OMS)




01   009-20-01-03-02-1101-00-110-21802   CDC PHIN: Countermeasure and
                                         Response Administration System




01   009-20-01-03-02-9524-00-110-21902   CDC PH Services for Public Health
                                         Improvement
01   009-20-01-03-02-9823-00-110-21902   CDC PH Comm for Public Health
                                         Improvement

01   009-20-01-04-02-9322-00-110-03102   CDC PH Research for Immunization
01   009-20-01-05-02-0158-00-110-21802   CDC National Health and Nutrition
                                         Examination Survey (NHANES)




01   009-20-01-05-02-0161-00-110-21802   CDC National Health Interview Survey
                                         (NHIS)




01   009-20-01-05-02-0191-00-110-21802   CDC National Vital Statistics System
                                         (NVSS)




01   009-20-01-05-02-1030-00-110-21902   CDC Automated Specimen Tracking
                                         and Retrieval Operation (ASTRO)



01   009-20-01-05-02-1134-00-110-03102   CDC PHIN: Technical and Direct
                                         Assistance to State/Local Health
                                         Departments for IT




01   009-20-01-05-02-9421-00-110-21802   CDC PH Monitoring for Health Statistics




01   009-20-01-05-02-9422-00-110-21902   CDC PH Research for Infectious
                                         Disease Control
01   009-20-01-05-02-9522-00-110-21902   CDC PH Research for Occupational
                                         Safety & Health
01   009-20-01-05-02-9722-00-110-21902   CDC PH Research for Office of the
                                         Director
01   009-20-01-06-02-0090-00-110-21802   CDC ATSDR Geographic Information
                                         System




01   009-20-01-06-02-2045-00-110-21802   CDC Public Health Laboratory
                                         Information System (PHLIS)




01   009-20-01-06-02-9224-00-110-03102   CDC PH Services for Immunization

01   009-20-01-09-02-0401-00-403-23102   CDC Workforce Information Zone


01   009-20-01-09-02-0522-00-403-23202   CDC NCCDPHP Personnel Reporting
                                         System

01   009-20-01-09-02-0540-00-403-22002   CDC NCHSTP Position Description
                                         Library


01   009-20-01-09-02-0544-00-403-23202   CDC NCHSTP Staff Tracking


01   009-20-01-09-02-0610-00-110-03202   CDC Web Redesign




01   009-20-01-09-02-0984-00-404-14202   CDC Integrated Analytical Services




01   009-20-01-09-02-1015-00-403-22202   CDC Portion of the HHS EHRP
01   009-25-01-01-01-3101-00-402-12401   NIH CIT Central Accounting System
                                         (CAS)




01   009-25-01-01-01-4601-24-402-12501   NIH OD NIH Business System (NBS)




01   009-25-01-01-02-3099-00-404-14202   NIH CC Activity Based Costing System




01   009-25-01-01-02-3104-00-402-12902   NIH CIT Administrative Database
                                         System (ADB)




01   009-25-01-01-02-3198-00-402-12502   NIH Visual Status of Funds (VSOF)
                                         System



01   009-25-01-01-02-4602-00-402-12602   NIH OD Viewstar



01   009-25-01-01-02-8409-00-402-12902   NIH NIDDK Financial Management
                                         System (SIMON) Scientific Information
                                         Management On-Line Network
01   009-25-01-01-02-8997-00-404-14202   NIH NINR Science Tracking and
                                         Reporting System (STARS)




01   009-25-01-01-02-9097-00-402-12902   NIH NIDCD Scientific Tracking and
                                         Reporting System (STARS) NIDCD
01   009-25-01-02-02-8801-00-110-21902   NIH NIAMS ORACLE Reporting and
                                         SEA Coding System




01   009-25-01-02-02-9801-00-110-21902   NIH NIBIB Scientific Coding Database




01   009-25-01-05-02-0703-00-110-21902   NIH NLM TOXICOLOGY DATA
                                         NETWORK




01   009-25-01-05-02-0705-00-110-21902   NIH NLM MEDLARS Information
                                         Systems Support




01   009-25-01-05-02-0720-00-110-21902   NIH NLM Health Information Systems




01   009-25-01-05-02-0721-00-110-21902   NIH NLM Image Processing




01   009-25-01-05-02-0723-00-109-02602   NIH NLM Multimedia Visualization




01   009-25-01-05-02-0724-00-109-02602   NIH NLM Infrastructure Research
01   009-25-01-05-02-0725-00-110-21902   NIH NLM Clinical Trials




01   009-25-01-05-02-0726-00-110-21902   NIH NLM United Medical Language
                                         System




01   009-25-01-05-02-0727-00-110-21902   NIH NLM Informatics IT Infrastructure



01   009-25-01-05-02-0728-00-110-21902   NIH NLM Entrez Molecular Biology
                                         Website




01   009-25-01-05-02-0729-00-110-21902   NIH NLM PUBMED




01   009-25-01-05-02-0729-00-110-21902   NIH NLM PUBMED Central
01   009-25-01-05-02-0731-00-110-21902   NIH NLM BLAST




01   009-25-01-05-02-0732-00-110-21902   NIH NLM Biology Research




01   009-25-01-05-02-0733-00-110-21902   NIH NLM Genome Assembly and
                                         Annotation




01   009-25-01-05-02-0734-00-110-21902   NIH NLM Protein Structure Analysis




01   009-25-01-05-02-0735-00-110-21902   NIH NLM PUBCHEM




01   009-25-01-05-02-0736-00-110-21902   NIH NLM Molecular Biology IT Support
01   009-25-01-05-02-1901-00-110-21902   NIH FIC Fogarty International Reporting
                                         and Scientific Tracking (FIRST)




01   009-25-01-05-02-1902-00-110-21902   NIH FIC IT Program Management

01   009-25-01-05-02-3007-00-110-03102   NIH CC MIS/LIS (costs outside of
                                         Clinical Research Information System)
                                         Medical Information System)




01   009-25-01-05-02-3008-00-404-14202   NIH CC ANSOS Automated Nurse Staff
                                         Office Schedule




01   009-25-01-05-02-3024-00-110-03102   NIH CC PACS/RIS/Film Library




01   009-25-01-05-02-3099-00-110-03102   NIH CC Patient and Research Services




01   009-25-01-05-02-3103-00-110-21902   NIH CIT support for ICs

01   009-25-01-05-02-3203-00-404-13702   NIH CSR Technical Services Branch
                                         Personnel Costs



01   009-25-01-05-02-3224-00-304-10702   NIH CSR Decision Support



01   009-25-01-05-02-3225-00-404-13702   NIH CSR Administrative System
                                         Support



01   009-25-01-05-02-3226-00-404-13702   NIH CSR Meeting Management



01   009-25-01-05-02-3227-00-404-13702   NIH CSR Mobile Computing
01   009-25-01-05-02-3228-00-404-13702   NIH CSR Assisted Review Support


01   009-25-01-05-02-3301-00-301-11702   NIH ORS Provide Animal Care and
                                         Veterinary Services




01   009-25-01-05-02-3304-00-307-11702   NIH ORS Provide Library Services




01   009-25-01-05-02-3305-00-307-11702   NIH ORS Provide Scientific Equipment
                                         and Instrumentation Services




01   009-25-01-05-02-3314-00-307-11702   NIH ORS Maintain Safe Working
                                         Environment




01   009-25-01-05-02-3315-00-307-11702   NIH ORS Provide Comprehensive Print
                                         & Digital Media Services



01   009-25-01-05-02-3317-00-401-11902   NIH ORFDO Purchase, lease, and
                                         dispose of real estate (S/O)



01   009-25-01-05-02-3323-00-301-09302   NIH ORS Manage and administer
                                         worksite enrichment programs (S/O)




01   009-25-01-05-02-3328-00-301-11702   NIH ORS Manage travel, transportation
                                         and parking programs and services
                                         (S/O)


01   009-25-01-05-02-3331-00-401-11902   NIH ORFDO Perform master and
                                         facilities planning (S/O)



01   009-25-01-05-02-3334-00-307-11702   NIH ORS Provide NIH events
                                         management services
01   009-25-01-05-02-3339-00-401-11902   NIH ORFDO Perform utilities support
                                         services




01   009-25-01-05-02-3341-00-307-11702   NIH ORS Support foreign staff
                                         exchange program (S/O)


01   009-25-01-05-02-3342-00-401-11902   NIH ORFDO Administer Property
                                         Management Service Provider’s
                                         performance -- (S/O)




01   009-25-01-05-02-3343-00-401-11902   NIH ORFDO Improve environmental
                                         quality -- (S/O)



01   009-25-01-05-02-3344-00-401-11902   NIH ORFDO Manage design and
                                         construction



01   009-25-01-05-02-3345-00-401-11902   NIH ORFDO Manage policy/assess for
                                         delivery/ops of owned/leased facilities --
                                         (S/O)




01   009-25-01-05-02-3346-00-401-11902   NIH ORFDO Manage waste stream --
                                         (S/O)



01   009-25-01-05-02-3347-00-401-11902   NIH ORFDO Plan and implement long
                                         term facility stewardship -- (S/O)

01   009-25-01-05-02-3348-00-401-11902   NIH ORFDO Plan campus repairs,
                                         extensions, and improvements -- (S/O)



01   009-25-01-05-02-3349-00-401-11902   NIH ORFDO Provide construction
                                         acquisition services -- (S/O)




01   009-25-01-05-02-3350-00-104-00802   NIH ORS Conduct fire prevention
                                         services -- (S/O)
01   009-25-01-05-02-3351-00-307-11702   NIH ORS Manage property
                                         management finances -- (S/O)




01   009-25-01-05-02-3352-00-301-09302   NIH ORS Plan emergency
                                         preparedness strategies -- (S/O)




01   009-25-01-05-02-3353-00-301-09302   NIH ORS Provide fire/rescue/hazardous
                                         incident readiness/response svcs --
                                         (S/O)




01   009-25-01-05-02-3354-00-301-09302   NIH ORS Provide physical security for
                                         the NIH -- (S/O)




01   009-25-01-05-02-3354-00-301-09302   NIH ORS Provide police services --
                                         (S/O)



01   009-25-01-05-02-3356-00-307-11702   NIH ORS Provide security guard
                                         services -- (S/O)



01   009-25-01-05-02-3357-00-301-09302   NIH ORS Provide support svcs to
                                         security/fire/police and emergency
                                         mgmt -- (S/O)



01   009-25-01-05-02-4303-00-110-21902   NIH NIA Intramural Research Program
                                         (IRP) Contract Support


01   009-25-01-05-02-4305-00-110-21902   NIH NIA Intramural Research Program
                                         (IRP) System Support Services
01   009-25-01-05-02-4399-00-110-21902   NIH NIA Intramural Research Program
                                         (IRP) Other Program Support




01   009-25-01-05-02-4605-00-403-13202   NIH OD Integrated Time and
                                         Attendance System (ITAS)




01   009-25-01-05-02-4615-00-110-21902   NIH OD NIH Intramural Database
                                         (NIDB)




01   009-25-01-05-02-4630-00-110-21902   NIH OD Genetic Modification Clinical
                                         Research Information System
                                         (GeMCRIS)




01   009-25-01-05-02-4802-00-110-21902   NIH NCRR SCIENCE INFORMATION
                                         SYSTEM




01   009-25-01-05-02-4803-00-110-21902   NIH NCRR IT Support for NCRR
                                         Scientific Mission
01   009-25-01-05-02-4902-00-110-21902   NIH NCI Cancer Therapy Evaluation
                                         Program (CTEP)




01   009-25-01-05-02-4915-00-110-21902   NIH NCI Resource Management




01   009-25-01-05-02-4917-00-110-21902   NIH NCI Clinical Trials - Bioinformatics




01   009-25-01-05-02-4919-00-110-21902   NIH NCI Mouse Models




01   009-25-01-05-02-4920-00-110-21902   NIH NCI Enterprise Vocabulary System




01   009-25-01-05-02-4921-00-110-21902   NIH NCI Standards Based
                                         Reporting/Common Data Elements




01   009-25-01-05-02-4926-00-110-21902   NIH NCI DCEG Information System




01   009-25-01-05-02-4999-00-402-12902   NIH NCI Fiscal Link Analysis Research
                                         Emphasis (FLARE)
01   009-25-01-05-02-5111-00-109-02602   NIH NIGMS Extramural Support
                                         Systems




01   009-25-01-05-02-6202-00-110-21902   NIH NIEHS National Toxicology
                                         Program (includes TDMS and smaller
                                         NTP systems)




01   009-25-01-05-02-6203-00-110-21902   NIH NIEHS INTRAMURAL Laboratory
                                         Research Support




01   009-25-01-05-02-6204-00-110-21902   NIH NIEHS TOXICOGENOMICS
                                         Initiative Database Development




01   009-25-01-05-02-6299-00-110-21902   NIH NIEHS Small Program Support
                                         Systems




01   009-25-01-05-02-7203-00-110-21902   NIH NHLBI Intramural Research
                                         Application Development

01   009-25-01-05-02-7204-00-110-21902   NIH NHLBI Extramural Program
                                         Development
01   009-25-01-05-02-7212-00-404-14202   NIH NHLBI Diseases & Conditions
                                         Index - Infrastructure



01   009-25-01-05-02-7213-00-110-21902   NIH NHLBI Clinical Data System




01   009-25-01-05-02-7299-00-404-20102   NIH NHLBI Information Technology
                                         Services


01   009-25-01-05-02-7302-00-403-23202   NIH NIDCR Human Resources
                                         Database maintenance

01   009-25-01-05-02-7304-00-110-21902   NIH NIDCR Science Coding Activities



01   009-25-01-05-02-8406-00-312-16502   NIH NIDDK Nutrition tracking database
                                         HNRIM


01   009-25-01-05-02-8502-00-401-11902   NIH NIAID Animal Care Protocol &
                                         Facility Management System
                                         (ACPFMS)



01   009-25-01-05-02-8503-00-404-14202   NIH NIAID VRC Lab Information
                                         Management System




01   009-25-01-05-02-8606-00-305-10902   NIH NINDS Non-Public Information
                                         Dissemination Services
01   009-25-01-05-02-8610-00-404-13602   NIH NINDS Management Information
                                         Systems Development


01   009-25-01-05-02-8703-00-404-13802   NIH NEI Hardware and Software
                                         Support




01   009-25-01-05-02-8710-00-110-21902   NIH NEI Eye Bank
01   009-25-01-05-02-8816-00-404-13602   NIH NIAMS Hardware/Software
                                         Acquisitions for New Technologies




01   009-25-01-05-02-8817-00-404-13902   NIH NIAMS Life Cycle Management of
                                         Mission related computer equipment




01   009-25-01-05-02-8818-00-404-13802   NIH NIAMS Mission Communications




01   009-25-01-05-02-8819-00-404-14202   NIH NIAMS IT Personnel Cost
                                         Supporting Mission Activities




01   009-25-01-05-02-8820-00-109-02602   NIH NIAMS IT Personnel Supporting
                                         Scientific Analysis




01   009-25-01-05-02-8820-00-305-10902   NIH NIAMS Thin Client Application
                                         Development Staff




01   009-25-01-05-02-8899-00-404-13902   NIH NIAMS Miscellaneous Hardware &
                                         Software Acquisitions

01   009-25-01-05-02-9099-00-404-13802   NIH NIDCD Unix Support



01   009-25-01-05-02-9103-00-404-14202   NIH NHGRI Scientific/Education
                                         Resources To Provide The Exchange of
                                         Genomic Information
01   009-25-01-05-02-9199-00-404-13802   NIH NHGRI IT Support for Scientific
                                         Mission




01   009-25-01-05-02-9210-00-110-21902   NIH NIMH Headquarters Technical
                                         Support


01   009-25-01-05-02-9219-00-109-02602   NIH NIMH Software Support & Services




01   009-25-01-05-02-9301-00-110-21902   NIH NIDA Extramural Project System
                                         (NEPS)




01   009-25-01-05-02-9317-00-110-21902   NIH NIDA HQ Technical Support and
                                         Services for NIDA



01   009-25-01-05-02-9318-00-110-21902   NIH NIDA Intramural Research Program
                                         (IRP)

01   009-25-01-05-02-9401-00-402-12902   NIH NIAAA SMART Data System


01   009-25-01-06-01-3006-00-110-21901   NIH CC Clinical Research Information
                                         System (CRIS)




01   009-25-01-06-02-0023-00-410-20902   NIH OD Integrated Acquisition
                                         Environment (e-Gov)
01   009-25-01-06-02-4619-00-110-21902   NIH OD Office of Loan Repayment and
                                         Scholarship (OLRS) Website




01   009-25-01-06-02-8412-00-110-21902   NIH NIDDK Research Data Storage and
                                         Analysis

01   009-25-01-06-02-8803-00-110-21902   NIH NIAMS Clinical Studies Database




01   009-25-01-06-02-9899-00-305-10902   NIH NIBIB Thin client public information
                                         disemination system




01   009-25-01-08-02-4405-00-110-21902   NIH NICHD Information Repositories




01   009-25-01-09-01-3105-00-404-14201   NIH CIT Business Intelligence System
                                         (NBIS)




01   009-25-01-09-02-3099-00-403-13102   NIH CC Human Resource Support (CC)

01   009-25-01-09-02-3196-00-403-13102   NIH Visual Employee Database (VEDS)




01   009-25-01-09-02-4399-00-402-12502   NIH NIA Contract & IRP Financial
                                         Support Services
01   009-25-01-09-02-4604-00-403-13202   NIH OD Enterprise Human Resources
                                         and Payroll System (EHRP)




01   009-25-01-09-02-4606-00-403-23202   NIH OD Human Resources Data Base



01   009-25-01-09-02-4608-00-403-22502   NIH OD Employee Express/My Pay



01   009-25-01-09-02-4610-00-403-22402   NIH OD NIH Integrated Training

01   009-25-01-09-02-4612-00-403-13502   NIH OD CareerHere & Corporate
                                         Recruitment Information Management
                                         System


01   009-25-01-09-02-4614-00-305-10902   NIH OD Center for Cooperative
                                         Resolution Information Repository



01   009-25-01-09-02-4616-00-305-10902   NIH OD Office of Intramural Research
                                         (OIR) Information Repositories



01   009-25-01-09-02-4620-00-110-21902   NIH OD OD/OB Disease Database


01   009-25-01-09-02-4621-00-110-21902   NIH OD Technology Transfer System




01   009-25-01-09-02-4624-00-110-21902   NIH OD ODP/ORD System




01   009-25-01-09-02-4625-00-110-21902   NIH OD OAR systems




01   009-25-01-09-02-4632-00-305-10902   NIH OD Office of Science Policy (OSP)
                                         Information Repository
01   009-25-01-09-02-4647-00-404-14202   NIH OD Executive Secretariat System
                                         for Enterprise Records and
                                         Correspondence Handling (SERCH)




01   009-25-01-09-02-4655-00-305-10902   NIH OD Office of Administration (OA)
                                         Information Repository




01   009-25-01-09-02-4658-00-401-11902   NIH OD Center for Cooperative
                                         Resolution (CCR) Windows Based
                                         Program
01   009-25-01-09-02-4660-00-405-14602   NIH OD Office of Logistics and
                                         Acquisition Operations NITAAC Task
                                         Order Module


01   009-25-01-09-02-4663-00-305-10902   NIH OD OCL Information Repository



01   009-25-01-09-02-4664-00-401-14102   NIH OD ORWH Correspondence
                                         Tracking System (combined with 4683)



01   009-25-01-09-02-4665-00-305-10902   NIH OD Office of Research on
                                         Women's Health (ORWH) Information
                                         Repository



01   009-25-01-09-02-4667-00-305-10902   NIH OD ODP/ORD Information
                                         Repository


01   009-25-01-09-02-4673-00-401-12302   NIH OD Office of Management
                                         Assessment Delegations of Authority
                                         DataBase
01   009-25-01-09-02-4676-00-401-12302   NIH OD Office of Management
                                         AssessmentTeamMate Software

01   009-25-01-09-02-4681-00-305-10902   NIH OD OSE Information Repository


01   009-25-01-09-02-4682-00-305-10902   NIH OD OCPL Information Repository

01   009-25-01-09-02-4684-00-305-11002   NIH OD OTT Information Repository

01   009-25-01-09-02-4685-00-403-23102   NIH OD OHR Information Repositories
01   009-25-01-09-02-4687-00-403-22402   NIH OD OEO:Training



01   009-25-01-09-02-4688-00-403-22402   NIH OD Office of Education (OE) /NIH
                                         Academy Tracking System

01   009-25-01-09-02-4692-00-403-22602   NIH OD Office of Equal Opportunity
                                         (OEO) Discrimination Complaint
                                         Tracking System and Student Tracking
                                         Systems
01   009-25-01-09-02-4694-00-301-09202   NIH OD Program Performance
                                         Monitoring System (PPMS)
01   009-25-01-09-02-4695-00-403-22202   NIH OD Employee Orientation and
                                         Information Program (EOIP)

01   009-25-01-09-02-4696-00-403-22402   NIH OD Ethics Training
01   009-25-01-09-02-4697-00-404-14202   NIH OD OER DEAS WMS

01   009-25-01-09-02-4698-00-403-23202   NIH OD OHR WiTS

01   009-25-01-09-02-4699-00-404-14202   NIH OD OM OMA Integrated DB

01   009-25-01-09-02-5142-00-404-14202   NIH NIGMS Administrative Support
                                         Systems




01   009-25-01-09-02-6201-00-402-12902   NIH NIEHS Budget management
                                         support systems




01   009-25-01-09-02-8410-00-404-14202   NIH NIDDK Grants File Folder Tracking
                                         System


01   009-25-01-09-02-8501-00-402-12902   NIH NIAID e-Contract Management
                                         System (e-CMS)




01   009-25-01-09-02-8504-00-301-09202   NIH NIAID Council Action & Approval
                                         Program (CAAP)




01   009-25-01-09-02-8505-00-301-09302   NIH NIAID Council Program
01   009-25-01-09-02-8506-00-301-09302   NIH NIAID Inter Institute Programs




01   009-25-01-09-02-8508-00-301-09202   NIH NIAID Program Management Tool
                                         (PMT)


01   009-25-01-09-02-8510-00-304-10202   NIH NIAID RFA/PA Commitment
                                         Application


01   009-25-01-09-02-8513-00-405-14302   NIH NIAID AMBIS, AMBIS Lite




01   009-25-01-09-02-8526-00-404-13902   NIH NIAID CMMI Project



01   009-25-01-09-02-8601-00-402-12502   NIH NINDS Contractor Support for
                                         Financial Systems


01   009-25-01-09-02-8699-00-401-12302   NIH NINDS Branch Operation Expenses

01   009-30-01-01-02-1012-00-404-14202   SAMHSA - IRMS (formerly IFMS)



01   009-30-01-01-02-1016-00-404-14202   SAMHSA - Award Nomination




01   009-30-01-03-02-1003-00-110-21802   SAMHSA National Survey on Drug Use
                                         and Health (NSDUH)


01   009-30-01-03-02-1010-00-305-10902   SAMHSA - OAS Nat Archive for
                                         ADAMH Data -


01   009-30-01-03-02-1011-00-305-10902   SAMHSA - OAS Nat An Cntr for
                                         NSDUH & Other Data-



01   009-30-01-03-02-2023-00-110-03102   SAMHSA - CMHS - Integrated Medicaid
                                         and St Agency MH SA Data -


01   009-30-01-04-02-1004-00-110-21702   SAMHSA OAS Drug and Alcohol
                                         Services Information System (DASIS)
01   009-30-01-04-02-1005-00-110-03202   SAMHSA OAS Drug Abuse Warning
                                         Network (DAWN)



01   009-30-01-04-02-1006-00-110-03102   SAMHSA Prevention Platform




01   009-30-01-04-02-1024-00-305-10902   SAMHSA - CSAP Natl Cntr for the Adv
                                         of Prevention -



01   009-30-01-04-02-1029-00-308-09302   SAMHSA Block Grant Application
                                         System (BGAS)




01   009-30-01-04-02-2044-00-301-09202   SAMHSA Services Accountability
                                         lmprovement System (SAIS)




01   009-30-01-04-02-2060-00-110-03102   SAMHSA CSAT Emergent Issues in
                                         Addiction Treatment With Opioids: Drug
                                         Associated Mortality, Drug Interactions,
                                         Co-morbidities, Co-occurring Disorders,
                                         and Other Problems - A. Trachtenberg

01   009-30-01-05-02-1014-00-301-09202   SAMHSA - CSAP Data Coordinating
                                         Center (DCC) -



01   009-30-01-05-02-2003-00-301-09202   SAMHSA - CSAT Eval Buprenorphine
                                         Waiver -




01   009-30-01-05-02-2015-00-301-09202   SAMHSA - CSAP Community Initiated
                                         Prevention Intervention Special Topics
                                         Ecstasy/Methamphetamine -


01   009-30-01-05-02-2057-00-305-10802   SAMHSA CSAP Workplace Prevention
                                         and Early Intervention Transitioning
                                         Youth into the Workplace -


01   009-30-01-07-02-1008-00-301-09202   SAMHSA - CMHS IDIQ (including NRP)
                                         -
01   009-30-01-07-02-1015-00-305-10902   SAMHSA - CSAP SA Violence Initiative-




01   009-30-01-07-02-1017-00-110-02802   SAMHSA State Prevention Systems
                                         Management Information System (SPS-
                                         MIS) /Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Qu


01   009-30-01-07-02-1051-00-101-00302   SAMHSA Technical Assistance and
                                         Logistical Support to Maintain the
                                         Treament Improvement Exchange,
                                         Facilitate Meetings, and Develop
                                         Reports and Documents (TIE)




01   009-30-01-07-02-1058-00-110-02802   SAMHSA's CMHS/CSAP
                                         NMHIC/NCADI Websites

01   009-30-01-07-02-1073-00-305-10802   SAMHSA - CMHS Center for KA on
                                         Homelessness -




01   009-30-01-07-02-1074-00-305-10802   SAMHSA - CMHS School Viol Prev
                                         Communications -



01   009-30-01-07-02-2001-00-308-14802   SAMHSA - CSAT Cntr Nat Eval Fam
                                         Treatm -



01   009-30-01-07-02-2002-00-305-10902   SAMHSA - CSAT Cntr Child Welfare
                                         and SA -


01   009-30-01-07-02-2013-00-110-03102   SAMHSA - CMHS - Child, Adolescent
                                         and Family Branch IT Projects -



01   009-30-01-07-02-2020-00-405-14502   SAMHSA - CSAT - Tech Support
                                         Practice Improvement Collaborative
                                         Program (PIC)-



01   009-30-01-07-02-2032-00-305-10902   SAMHSA - CMHS Elimination to
                                         Barriers to
                                         Treatment/Antitdiscrimination/Stigma
                                         Inititative -
01   009-30-01-07-02-2033-00-305-10802   SAMHSA - CMHS - Safe
                                         Schools/Healthy Students Knowledge
                                         application & Transfer Project -


01   009-30-01-07-02-2042-00-305-10802   SAMHSA - CSAP National Organization
                                         Component Partners for Prevention -


01   009-30-01-07-02-2043-00-305-10902   SAMHSA - CSAP Fetal Alcohol
                                         Syndrome/ARBO Center Excellence -



01   009-30-01-07-02-2051-00-305-10802   SAMHSA - CSAT Tech Support on
                                         Women, Children and TANF-



01   009-30-01-08-02-1020-00-301-09302   SAMHSA - CSAP Tech Assistance to
                                         the States -



01   009-30-01-08-02-2007-00-301-09202   SAMHSA - CSAT Methadone
                                         Accreditation Evaluation -


01   009-30-01-08-02-2022-00-110-03102   SAMHSA - CSAT Dev Spending Est MH
                                         and SAT -



01   009-30-01-08-02-2040-00-301-09202   SAMHSA - CSAP Prog Eval Cntr Minor
                                         SA HIV Prev -



01   009-30-01-08-02-2045-00-110-03102   SAMHSA - CSAT Recovery Month
                                         Support-Contract-




01   009-30-01-08-02-2048-00-405-14502   SAMHSA - CSAT Opioid Treatment
                                         Accreditation and Certification Program
                                         Technical Assistance-

01   009-30-01-08-02-2055-00-305-10802   SAMHSA CSAP Centers for the
                                         Application of Prevention Technologies
                                         (CAPTs) -


01   009-30-01-08-02-2062-00-404-14202   SAMHSA CSAP Technology Transfer
                                         Support Task Order -



01   009-30-01-09-02-1011-00-404-14202   SAMHSA - ICE (formerly ACIS)
01   009-30-01-09-02-1015-00-404-14202   SAMHSA TNS (formerly AIMS/TNS)



01   009-30-01-09-02-1018-00-305-11002   SAMHSA - CSAP Dissemination of Eff
                                         Model Progr -



01   009-30-01-09-02-1023-00-404-13602   SAMHSA Non-Financial Administrative
                                         Systems -


01   009-30-01-09-02-1032-00-301-09302   SAMHSA - CSAT State AOD Syst Tech
                                         Review -

01   009-30-01-09-02-1034-00-305-10802   SAMHSA - CSAT State Health Reform
                                         TA -and TA to Governors to Carry Out
                                         State Policy Agendas




01   009-30-01-09-02-1086-00-301-09202   SAMHSA - CSAP SIG Cross-Site Eval
                                         Phase III -

01   009-30-01-09-02-1099-00-110-03102   SAMHSA Web Infrastructure for
                                         Treatment Services (WITS)




01   009-30-01-09-02-2004-00-405-14502   SAMHSA - CSAT Logis and Admin
                                         Support Serv -


01   009-30-01-09-02-2021-00-110-03102   SAMHSA - CSAT Financing, Cost,
                                         Access to SAT -



01   009-30-01-09-02-2031-00-405-14502   SAMHSA - CMHS Logistics Contract for
                                         T/A -



01   009-30-01-09-02-2046-00-301-09302   SAMHSA - CSAT Technical Assistance
                                         Services for Cooccuring and Homeless
                                         Activities Branch (CHAB) and its
                                         Grantees-
01   009-30-01-09-02-2047-00-301-09302   SAMHSA - CSAP National Laboratory
                                         Certification Program-



01   009-30-01-09-02-2049-00-301-09302   SAMHSA - CSAT TA Services for
                                         Systems Improvement Branch, Division
                                         of Services Improvement Activities and
                                         Its Grantees -

01   009-30-01-09-02-2050-00-305-10802   SAMHSA CSAT Tech. Assistance
                                         Services Supporting DHUD/DHHS/DVA-
                                         Grantees Participating in the Federal
                                         Collaborative Initative to Help End
                                         Chronic Homelessness-M. Rael

01   009-30-01-09-02-2059-00-305-10802   SAMHSA CSAT Co-occuring Cross-
                                         Training and Technical Assistance
                                         Center -


01   009-30-01-09-02-2061-00-405-14502   SAMHSA OA Technical Assistance,
                                         Administrative, and Logistical Support
                                         Services for Conducting Peer Review
                                         Meetings - R. Lucero
01   009-33-01-02-02-0005-00-110-21902   AHRQ Patient Safety Research
                                         Coordinating Center



01   009-33-01-03-01-0003-00-110-03001   AHRQ National Patient Safety Network




01   009-33-01-03-01-0011-00-110-21801   AHRQ Medical Expenditure Panel
                                         Survey (MEPS)




01   009-33-01-03-02-0014-00-110-03202   AHRQ HIV Data Center
01   009-33-01-03-02-0025-00-110-21802   AHRQ Enterprise Analytics




01   009-33-01-03-02-0027-00-110-21702   AHRQ 21st Century Health Care
                                         System in Rural America
01   009-33-01-03-02-0028-00-110-21802   AHRQ Data Standards Initiative


01   009-33-01-03-02-0030-00-110-03202   AHRQ Informatics in Patient Safety




01   009-33-01-04-02-0017-00-304-10702   AHRQ Applications Development,
                                         Operations and Maintenance (Includes
                                         508)


01   009-33-01-05-02-0008-00-110-03102   AHRQ Web-based Morbidity and
                                         Mortality Conferences


01   009-33-01-05-02-0009-00-110-03102   AHRQ National Guideline
                                         Clearinghouse



01   009-33-01-05-02-0010-00-110-03102   AHRQ National Quality Measures
                                         Clearinghouse

01   009-33-01-05-02-0013-00-110-03202   AHRQ Consumer Assessment of Health
                                         Plans

01   009-33-01-05-02-0027-00-311-15902   AHRQ Enterprise Architecture
01   009-33-01-06-02-0012-00-110-21802   AHRQ Healthcare Cost Utilization
                                         Project (HCUP)


01   009-33-01-06-02-0029-00-110-21702   AHRQ eHealth




01   009-33-01-09-02-0019-00-404-14202   AHRQ eGovernment Implementation
                                         (GPEA)
01   009-38-01-01-01-1020-00-402-12401   CMS Healthcare Integrated General
                                         Ledger Accounting System (HIGLAS)




01   009-38-01-01-02-1010-00-402-12402   CMS Administrative/Financial Systems
                                         (NM)


01   009-38-01-04-01-1040-00-110-03101   CMS MMA Medicare Prescription Drug
                                         Card and Transitional Assistance
                                         Program




01   009-38-01-04-01-1050-00-402-12401   CMS MMA Contracting Reform




01   009-38-01-04-01-1100-00-110-03101   CMS Medicare Fee-for-Service Claims
                                         Processing Systems--Operations
01   009-38-01-04-01-1110-00-110-03101   CMS Application Modernization
                                         (Medicare FFS Modernization)




01   009-38-01-04-01-1150-00-110-03101   CMS MMA Drug Benefit - Claims Data




01   009-38-01-04-01-1160-00-110-03101   CMS MMA Drug Benefit - Eligibility




01   009-38-01-04-01-1170-00-110-03101   CMS MMA Drug Benefit - Enrollment /
                                         Payment / Premium Withhold




01   009-38-01-04-01-1180-00-110-03101   CMS MMA Drug Benefit - Medicare
                                         Appeals System (MAS)
01   009-38-01-04-01-1200-00-110-03101   CMS MMA Drug Benefit - MMA Title I &
                                         Title II Coordination of Benefits




01   009-38-01-04-02-1010-00-110-03102   CMS Research Support Services (NM)




01   009-38-01-04-02-1020-00-110-03102   CMS Managed Care Systems Redesign




01   009-38-01-04-02-1030-00-404-13802   CMS Medicare Managed Care Ongoing
                                         Operations (NM)



01   009-38-01-04-02-1060-00-404-13802   CMS Medicaid Data Systems (NM)



01   009-38-01-04-02-1070-00-110-03102   CMS MMA Drug Benefit (NM)




01   009-38-01-04-02-1080-00-110-03102   CMS MMA Drug Card (NM)
01   009-38-01-04-02-1090-00-110-03102   CMS MMA Miscellaneous FFS
                                         Improvements (NM)




01   009-38-01-04-02-1120-00-404-13902   CMS MMA Overhead - All MMA
                                         Provisions (NM)




01   009-38-01-04-02-1130-00-404-14202   CMS MMA Regulatory Reform (NM)




01   009-38-01-04-02-1140-00-110-03102   CMS Other Ongoing Operations and
                                         Support for Claims Processing (NM)


01   009-38-01-06-01-1010-00-110-03201   CMS Quality Improvement and
                                         Evaluation System (QIES)




01   009-38-01-06-02-1020-00-305-10902   CMS Web Hosting/Public Website
                                         Maintenance (NM)


01   009-38-01-06-02-1030-00-110-03102   CMS Standard Data Processing System
                                         (SDPS) (NM)




01   009-38-01-09-01-1020-00-110-03101   CMS Virtual Call Center Strategy (VCS)
01   009-38-01-09-01-1060-00-110-03101   CMS Health Insurance Portability and
                                         Accountability Act (HIPAA)




01   009-38-01-09-01-1120-00-110-03101   CMS Data Modernization




01   009-38-01-09-02-1010-00-301-09302   CMS Medicare Integrity Program (MIP)
                                         Systems (NM)




01   009-38-01-09-02-1140-00-404-14202   CMS Data Management: Ongoing
                                         Operations (NM)



01   009-70-01-07-01-1000-00-101-00301   ACF Expanded Federal Parent Locator
                                         Service (OCSE)
01   009-70-01-07-02-1003-00-101-00302   ACF Final TANF Data Reporting System




01   009-70-01-07-02-1006-00-101-00302   ACF State Systems AIS




01   009-70-01-07-02-1007-00-305-10902   ACF PROMIS




01   009-70-01-07-02-9999-00-101-00302   ACF Program Management Support
                                         Applications

01   009-70-01-08-02-1001-00-101-00302   ACF AFCARS




01   009-70-01-08-02-1002-00-101-00302   ACF Child Care Information System




01   009-75-01-07-02-1002-00-101-00302   AoA National Aging Program
                                         Information System (NAPIS)

01   009-75-01-07-02-1005-00-101-00302   AoA Information Retrieval and Web
                                         Presence


01   009-90-01-09-02-0001-00-404-14202   OS OCR Program Information
                                         Management System




01   009-90-01-09-02-0002-00-405-14302   OS Departmental Contract Information
                                         System DCIS




01   009-90-01-09-02-0003-00-301-09302   OS Tracking Accountability in
                                         Government Grants System TAGGS
01   009-90-01-09-02-1010-00-110-03102   OS Healthfinder Website


01   009-90-01-09-02-1010-00-404-13802   OS OGC Enterprise Management
                                         System
01   009-90-01-09-02-1010-00-404-14202   OS Information Collection Review &
                                         Analysis System


01   009-90-01-09-02-1040-00-306-11202   OS OGC Online Legal Research
                                         Services/User Software
01   009-90-01-09-02-2000-00-403-13302   OS HHS Distributed Learning Network




01   009-90-01-09-02-3703-00-404-14202   OS ASPE Application Systems




01   009-90-01-09-02-7255-00-404-14202   OS Strategic Work Information and
                                         Folder Transfer (SWIFT)


01   009-91-01-01-01-1010-00-402-12401   PSC Core Accounting System (CORE)




01   009-91-01-01-01-1011-00-402-12701   PSC Debt Management and Collection
                                         System (DMCS)




01   009-91-01-01-01-1013-00-402-12401   PSC Accounting for Pay System (AFPS)




01   009-91-01-01-01-1020-00-407-18901   PSC Payment Management System
                                         (PMS)
01   009-91-01-01-02-1012-00-402-12602   PSC Travel Management System (TMS)



01   009-91-01-01-02-1014-00-402-12402   PSC Revenue, Invoicing, and Cost
                                         Estimation System (PRICES)


01   009-91-01-09-01-1050-00-403-13101   PSC Enterprise HR Investment System
                                         (EHRIS)




01   009-91-01-09-02-1010-00-119-06602   PSC POIS/Service Tracking
                                         Management (STM) Modernization


01   009-91-01-09-02-1010-00-401-11902   PSC PropShop - Web Ordering System


01   009-91-01-09-02-1016-00-403-13202   PSC Integrated Time and Attendance
                                         System (ITAS)




01   009-91-01-09-02-1020-00-110-03102   PSC Employee Assistance Program
                                         (EAPIS)




01   009-91-01-09-02-1020-00-403-13202   PSC Commissioned Officers Personnel
                                         and Payroll Systems (COPPS)




01   009-91-01-09-02-1020-00-405-14402   PSC Warehouse Inventory
                                         Management System
01   009-91-01-09-02-1030-00-110-03102   PSC OTHER Client Services'
                                         Applications

01   009-91-01-09-02-1030-00-401-11902   PSC Asset Management System (AMS)
01   009-91-01-09-02-1040-00-404-14202   PSC Medical Evaluation/Requirement
                                         Information Tracking System (MERITS)



01   009-91-01-09-02-1040-00-405-14302   PSC Acquisiton Purchase Request
                                         Information System (PRISM)



01   009-91-01-09-02-1050-00-405-14402   PSC Elite Series



01   009-91-01-09-02-1060-00-401-12102   PSC Parklawn Security System


01   009-91-01-09-02-1060-00-403-13202   PSC Civilian Payroll System (CPS)




01   009-91-01-09-02-1070-00-403-22402   PSC Learning Management System
                                         (LMS)




01   009-91-01-99-04-0220-24-406-18504   PMA PSC e-Travel




01   009-92-01-09-02-0001-00-301-09302   OIG Mission Systems
01   009-92-01-09-02-0002-00-301-09302   OIG Investigative & Audit Workstations




01   009-92-01-09-02-0003-00-115-04602   OIG Data Analysis Processing



01   009-92-01-09-02-0004-00-115-04602   OIG Investigative Support / Forensics




01   009-92-01-09-02-0099-00-404-14102   OIG Management Applications



02   009-00-02-00-01-0001-00-404-13901   HHS IT Service Center (ITSC)




02   009-00-02-00-01-0002-00-404-14001   HHS Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)
                                         Project




02   009-00-02-00-01-0003-00-110-21701   HHS Web Management (formerly HHS
                                         Web Portal)




02   009-00-02-00-01-0006-00-404-13901   HHS- Net
02   009-00-02-00-01-0009-00-404-13901   HHS Enterprise E-mail System




02   009-00-02-00-01-0010-00-404-14001   HHS Secure One HHS




02   009-00-02-00-02-0011-00-405-14302   HHS Acquisition-Asset Integration and
                                         Modernization (AIM)
02   009-10-02-00-01-0301-00-404-13901   FDA Consolidated Infrastructure




02   009-10-02-00-02-0201-00-404-14002   FDA IT Security Program




02   009-15-02-00-02-1010-00-404-14002   HRSA's Information Systems Security
                                         Program




02   009-15-02-00-02-1020-00-404-13902   HRSA IT Consolidated Infrastructure
                                         Services


02   009-15-02-00-02-1030-00-404-13902   HRSA ITSC Regional Office
                                         Consolidation


02   009-15-02-00-02-1040-00-404-14202   HRSA Multimedia and
                                         Telecommunication Services

02   009-15-02-00-02-1060-00-404-13902   HRSA General Support System
02   009-17-02-00-01-1010-00-110-03101   IHS Telecommunications Infrastructure




02   009-20-02-00-01-1152-00-404-13901   CDC Information Technology
                                         Infrastructure




02   009-20-02-00-02-0355-00-404-14202   CDC NCEH ProTrack




02   009-20-02-00-02-0569-00-404-14002   CDC Enterprise Security


02   009-20-02-00-02-0597-00-403-23102   CDC MASO Administrative
                                         Management System
02   009-20-02-00-02-1104-00-404-13902   CDC NCHSTP/GAP Country Specific
                                         Infrastructure




02   009-20-02-00-02-1151-00-401-11902   CDC Integrated Facilities Management
                                         System (IFMS)




02   009-20-02-00-02-1153-00-404-14202   CDC Infectious Diseases Office
                                         Automation


02   009-20-02-00-02-9009-00-404-14202   CDC ATSDR Administrative Support


02   009-20-02-00-02-9109-00-404-14202   CDC NCCDPHP Administratiive
                                         Support

02   009-20-02-00-02-9209-00-404-14202   CDC NCHS Management Information
                                         System



02   009-20-02-00-02-9309-00-404-14202   CDC NIP Administrative Support


02   009-20-02-00-02-9409-00-404-14202   CDC OD Administrative Support


02   009-20-02-00-02-9509-00-404-14202   CDC NCHSTP Administrative Support

02   009-25-02-00-01-3109-00-109-02601   NIH IT Infrastructure
02   009-25-02-00-02-8603-00-404-14202   NIH NINDS Information Systems for
                                         Council Support

02   009-30-02-00-02-1010-00-404-14002   SAMHSA - Critical Infrastructure
                                         Protection (CIP)


02   009-30-02-00-02-1026-00-404-13902   SAMHSA LAN and Office Automation




02   009-33-02-00-02-0015-00-404-14002   AHRQ Disaster Planning, Security and
                                         FISMA Support

02   009-33-02-00-02-0016-00-404-13902   AHRQ Infrastructure Support


02   009-33-02-00-02-0018-00-402-12402   AHRQ Building Move




02   009-33-02-00-02-0021-00-402-12402   AHRQ IT Operations




02   009-38-02-00-01-1150-00-404-13901   CMS IT Infrastructure - Ongoing




02   009-38-02-00-01-1160-00-404-14001   CMS E-gov Infrastructure Modernization




02   009-38-02-00-01-1170-00-404-14001   CMS Implementation of MMA Section
                                         912 Information Security Requirements
                                         for Medicare Administrative Contractors
                                         and Fiscal Intermediaries and Carriers




02   009-38-02-00-01-1180-00-404-13901   CMS MMA Drug Benefit - Infrastructure
02   009-70-02-00-02-1001-00-404-14002   ACF Security/PDD 63




02   009-70-02-00-02-1005-00-305-10802   ACF Correspondence Control




02   009-70-02-00-02-9999-00-404-13902   ACF Web Presence




02   009-75-02-00-02-1003-00-404-13902   AoA Custom Desktop and
                                         Communications Infrastructure




02   009-90-02-00-02-1055-00-404-13902   OS OGC User Hardware
02   009-90-02-00-02-3701-00-404-13902   OS ASPE Network Support/Help Desk


02   009-90-02-00-02-3702-00-405-14302   OS ASPE Equipment Procurement
02   009-90-02-00-02-8002-00-404-13902   OS OCR Other equipment

02   009-90-02-00-02-8003-00-404-13902   OS OCR small IT projects



02   009-90-02-00-02-8004-00-404-13902   OS OCR Telecommunications Charges



02   009-91-02-00-02-1020-00-404-14002   PSC Security Program (C&A, Training)

02   009-91-02-00-02-1040-00-404-13902   PSC FOH Infrastructure and Office
                                         Automation (1040)


02   009-92-02-00-02-0001-00-404-13902   OIG Equipment Maintenance & Support




02   009-92-02-00-02-0002-00-404-13902   OIG LAN / WAN Services




02   009-92-02-00-02-0004-00-403-13302   OIG Small / Other Projects for
                                         Infrastructure


02   009-92-02-00-02-1010-00-404-13902   OIG Equipment Procurement
03   009-00-03-00-01-0001-00-304-10301   HHS Enterprise Architecture Initiative
03   009-00-03-00-01-0003-00-304-10201   HHS Capital Planning and Investment
                                         Control




03   009-00-03-00-02-0004-00-304-10202   HHS FY 2005 Exhibit 300 Improvement
03   009-00-03-00-02-0005-00-304-10202   HHS EVM Program Management Office

03   009-10-03-00-02-0202-00-304-10702   FDA Project Management


03   009-10-03-00-02-0203-00-304-10202   FDA OCIO Project Management Project




03   009-10-03-00-02-1011-00-304-10402   FDA IT Capital Planning

03   009-15-03-00-02-1010-00-304-10202   HRSA Capital Planning and Investment
                                         Review
03   009-20-03-00-02-0505-00-404-14202   CDC NCEH GIS Architecture
                                         Development




03   009-20-03-00-02-0920-00-404-14202   CDC Standards Catalog


03   009-20-03-00-02-1001-00-404-14202   CDC Capital Planning Investment
                                         Control



03   009-20-03-00-02-1002-00-404-14202   CDC Infectious Diseases EA


03   009-25-03-00-02-0711-00-404-14202   NIH NLM Infrastructure Planning
03   009-25-03-00-02-3108-00-304-10402   NIH CIT Office of the Deputy CIO




03   009-25-03-00-02-4399-00-304-10402   NIH NIA Chief Information Officer (CIO)
                                         Support
03   009-25-03-00-02-5141-00-404-14202   NIH NIGMS CIO, Management, Overhead and Strategic Planning


03   009-25-03-00-02-6210-00-404-14002   NIH NIEHS Chief Information Officer
                                         and Information Systems Security




03   009-25-03-00-02-7299-00-404-13602   NIH NHLBI IT Systems Analysis




03   009-25-03-00-02-7310-00-304-10302   NIH NIDCR Planning and Management

03   009-25-03-00-02-8609-00-304-10402   NIH NINDS Information Technology
                                         Plan
03   009-25-03-00-02-8811-00-304-10302   NIH NIAMS Planning and Analysis




03   009-25-03-00-02-8899-00-304-10302   NIH NIAMS Miscellaneous IT
                                         Documentation and Planning Tools




03   009-25-03-00-02-9108-00-304-10402   NIH NHGRI Technology Planning




03   009-25-03-00-02-9399-00-304-10402   NIH NIDA Strategic Planning

03   009-30-03-00-02-1001-00-404-13702   SAMHSA - DIRM Staff Resources


03   009-33-03-00-02-0022-00-404-14202   AHRQ IT Planning and Management
                                         Support
03   009-38-03-00-02-1010-00-304-10202   CMS Investment Planning/Management
                                         Support (NM)




03   009-70-03-00-02-9999-00-304-10202   ACF Capital Planning and Policy



03   009-75-03-00-02-9999-00-404-14202   AoA IT Policy Support




03   009-90-03-00-02-0001-00-110-21902   Health Information Technology Initiative
                                         (DM,AHRQ,NIH)
03   009-92-03-00-02-2001-00-302-09402   OIG Security Program




03   009-92-03-00-02-2002-00-302-09502   OIG Security / COOP Implementation




04   009-00-04-00-01-1300-00-101-00301   ACF Grants Administration Tracking
                                         Evaluation System (GATES)




04   009-15-04-00-02-1010-00-404-13802   HRSA Grants Management


04   009-15-04-00-02-1020-00-404-13802   HRSA Grants Consolidation with NIH
                                         ERA

04   009-20-04-00-02-0077-00-402-12402   CDC Extramural Program Management
                                         Information System



04   009-20-04-00-02-0092-00-402-12402   CDC PHHS Block Grant Application &
                                         Reporting System



04   009-20-04-00-02-0093-00-402-12402   CDC Grants Management Information
                                         Sys-GMIS
04   009-20-04-00-02-0841-00-402-12402   CDC National Public Health
                                         Performance Standards Program

04   009-20-04-00-02-0896-00-402-12402   CDC Rape Prevention Education Grants
                                         System (RPEGS)


04   009-20-04-00-02-0897-00-402-12402   CDC NCIPC Extramural Tracking
                                         System (NEXT System)

04   009-20-04-00-02-1036-00-402-12402   CDC Program Annual Progress
                                         Assessment

04   009-25-04-00-01-4613-00-110-21901   NIH OD Electronic Research
                                         Administration (eRA)




04   009-25-04-00-02-4302-00-101-00102   NIH NIA ADAMS Development &
                                         Support


04   009-25-04-00-02-4401-00-110-21902   NIH NICHD Child Health Information
                                         Retrieval Program (NICHD)




04   009-25-04-00-02-4404-00-110-21902   NIH NICHD Extramural Tracking
                                         System (now called CERES)




04   009-25-04-00-02-4904-00-110-21902   NIH NCI IMPAC II Extensions
04   009-25-04-00-02-4925-00-402-12902   NIH NCI EFDB Support




04   009-25-04-00-02-4928-00-110-21902   NIH NCI Greensheets


04   009-25-04-00-02-4929-00-110-21902   NIH NCI GRITS Replacement



04   009-25-04-00-02-4930-00-110-21902   NIH NCI Electronic Grants File


04   009-25-04-00-02-7303-00-110-21902   NIH NIDCR Reporting System
                                         Maintenance


04   009-25-04-00-02-8712-00-110-21902   NIH NEI Grants Management




04   009-25-04-00-02-8802-00-301-09302   NIH NIAMS Extramural Program IMPAC
                                         II Reporting System



04   009-25-04-00-02-9203-00-110-21902   NIH NIMH Grants Management System




04   009-25-04-00-02-9601-00-110-21902   NIH NCCAM Scientific Coding System




04   009-25-04-00-02-9899-00-402-12902   NIH NIBIB Database Support Services


04   009-30-04-00-02-1010-00-404-14202   SAMHSA - SGIMS
04   009-33-04-00-02-0020-00-409-20202   AHRQ IMPAC II


04   009-38-04-00-02-1300-00-110-03102   CMS Grants Management and Tracking
                                         System (NM)
04   009-75-04-00-02-1001-00-101-00302   AoA Grants Management




05   009-20-05-00-02-0298-00-110-03102   CDC PHIN: Health Alert Network
                                         (Extramural)


05   009-20-05-00-02-0354-00-110-03102   CDC Immunization Registries
                                         (Extramural)


05   009-20-05-00-02-0362-00-110-21802   CDC PHIN: National Electronic Disease
                                         Surveillance System (NEDSS)
                                         (Extramural)
05   009-20-05-00-02-0615-00-110-21802   CDC PHIN: National Environmental
                                         Public Health Tracking Network
                                         (Extramural)
05   009-20-05-00-02-0909-00-110-03102   CDC PHIN: Technical and Direct
                                         Assistance to State/Local Health
                                         Departments for IT (Extramural)




05   009-20-05-00-02-1163-00-110-21802   CDC PHIN: BioSense Extramural

05   009-20-05-00-02-9021-00-110-21802   CDC Public Health Monitoring
                                         (Extramural)

05   009-20-05-00-02-9022-00-110-21902   CDC Public Health Research
                                         (Extramural)

05   009-20-05-00-02-9024-00-110-21902   CDC Public Health Services
                                         (Extramural)


05   009-33-05-00-02-0006-00-110-21802   AHRQ Small Business Innovative
                                         Research




05   009-33-05-00-02-0007-00-110-21802   AHRQ Clinical Informatics to Improve
                                         Patient Safety




05   009-33-05-00-02-0028-00-110-21802   AHRQ PBRN/Training/Investigator
05   009-33-05-00-02-0031-00-110-21802   AHRQ Informatics Portfolio



05   009-38-05-00-02-1010-00-110-03102   CMS Medicaid Management Information
                                         System (NM)




05   009-70-05-00-02-1001-00-101-00302   ACF IT Grants to States


                      Department of Homeland Security

01   024-00-01-01-01-0611-00-402-12901   DHS - eMerge2 2006




01   024-00-01-01-04-1100-24-407-19204   DHS - Financial Management LoB PMO
                                         Support 2006
01   024-00-01-03-01-0521-00-111-03401   DHS - Technical Operations Support
                                         2006

01   024-00-01-03-01-5607-00-111-03301   TSA - Freight Assessment Program
                                         2006




01   024-00-01-04-01-0511-00-115-04701   DHS - Integrated Wireless Network
                                         (IWN) 2006

01   024-00-01-08-01-0130-24-104-01001   EP&R - Disaster Management E-
                                         Government Initiative 2006
01   024-00-01-08-01-0551-00-404-14201   DHS - Enterprise-Geospatial System (E-
                                         GEOSPATIAL) 2006




01   024-00-01-08-01-1226-24-408-24401   DHS - Human Resources (HR) 2006




01   024-00-01-08-04-0020-24-112-03904   DHS - GovBenefits 2006
01   024-00-01-08-04-0060-24-313-16904   DHS - E-Rulemaking 2006

01   024-00-01-08-04-0100-24-105-01104   DHS - Business Gateway 2006

01   024-00-01-08-04-0120-24-409-20504   DHS - GeoSpatial Information One-Stop
                                         2006
01   024-00-01-08-04-0220-24-406-18504   DHS - E-Travel 2006

01   024-00-01-08-04-0230-24-410-20904   DHS - Integrated Acquisition
                                         Environment 2006
01   024-00-01-08-04-0240-24-409-20404   DHS - eRecords Management 2006

01   024-00-01-08-04-0250-24-409-20304   DHS - eAuthentication 2006

01   024-00-01-08-04-1200-24-408-24404   DHS - Human Resources LoB PMO
                                         Support
01   024-00-01-08-04-1217-24-408-23704   DHS - E-Training 2006

01   024-00-01-08-04-1218-24-408-23504   DHS - Recruitment One-Stop 2006

01   024-00-01-08-04-1219-24-408-24404   DHS - EHRI
01   024-00-01-08-04-1500-24-315-18104   DHS - Case Management LoB PMO
                                         Support 2006
01   024-10-01-08-01-1010-00-404-14201   DHS - Watch List Technical Integration
                                         2006




01   024-10-01-08-01-1055-00-315-18101   DHS - Electronic Records Management
                                         System 2006




01   024-30-01-07-01-3029-00-111-03301   CIS - Verification Information System
                                         (VIS) 2006



01   024-30-01-07-01-3030-00-111-03301   CIS - Integrated Card Production
                                         System (ICPS) 2006



01   024-30-01-07-01-3036-00-111-03301   CIS - CLAIMS 3.0 2006




01   024-30-01-07-01-3038-00-111-03301   CIS - CLAIMS 4.0 2006



01   024-30-01-07-02-3006-00-111-03302   CIS - Complete File Review 2006
01   024-30-01-07-02-3007-00-111-03302   CIS - Customer Management
                                         Information System (CMIS) 2006

01   024-30-01-07-02-3008-00-111-03302   CIS - Data Share/Immigrant Visa 2006




01   024-30-01-07-02-3009-00-111-03302   CIS - Employment Authorization
                                         Document System (EADS) 2006


01   024-30-01-07-02-3012-00-404-13602   CIS - Electronic Reading Room
                                         Preparation (ERRDPP) 2006



01   024-30-01-07-02-3013-00-404-13602   CIS - Integrated Common Interface (ICI)
                                         2006



01   024-30-01-07-02-3016-00-111-03302   CIS - Integrated Voice Response
                                         System (IVRS) 2006



01   024-30-01-07-02-3017-00-202-07202   CIS - INSERTS 2006




01   024-30-01-07-02-3018-00-111-03302   CIS - Marriage Fraud Act Amendment
                                         System 2006




01   024-30-01-07-02-3024-00-111-03302   CIS - Image Storage and Retrieval
                                         System (ISRS) 2006



01   024-30-01-07-02-3025-00-111-03302   CIS - Quality Assurance Case Tracking
                                         2006

01   024-30-01-07-02-3026-00-404-13802   CIS - Microfilm Digitization Application
                                         System (MiDAS) 2006



01   024-30-01-07-02-3033-00-111-03302   CIS - Asylum Prescreening System
                                         2006
01   024-30-01-07-02-3034-00-111-03302   CIS - Change of Address Tracking
                                         (AR11/CoA) 2006




01   024-30-01-07-02-3039-00-404-14002   CIS - Computer and Telecom Security
                                         Program 2006




01   024-30-01-07-02-3040-00-404-13802   CIS - Consolidated CIS Portal 2006




01   024-30-01-07-02-3042-00-111-03302   CIS - ICPS/PS Doc Prod 2006




01   024-30-01-07-02-3043-00-404-13802   CIS - INFO PASS 2006




01   024-30-01-07-02-3045-00-111-03302   CIS - National Scheduler 2006




01   024-30-01-07-02-3050-00-111-03302   CIS - Integration Services 2006




01   024-30-01-07-02-3077-00-404-13802   CIS - SS Requirements Management
                                         2006




01   024-30-01-07-02-3082-00-111-03302   CIS - Fingerprint Tracking System 2006




01   024-30-01-07-02-3083-00-111-03302   CIS - Fraud Detection and National
                                         Security Unit Support 2006

01   024-30-01-08-01-3001-00-404-14201   CIS - Enterprise FIPS 2006
01   024-30-01-08-01-3010-00-103-03301   CIS - Central Index System (CIS) 2006




01   024-30-01-08-01-3027-00-111-03301   CIS - National File Tracking System
                                         (NFTS) 2006

01   024-30-01-08-01-3028-00-111-03301   CIS - Records Management Systems
                                         Project (RMSP) 2006


01   024-30-01-08-02-3014-00-404-13802   CIS - Human Rights Information System
                                         2006
01   024-30-01-08-02-3021-00-404-13802   CIS - Reengineered Naturalization
                                         Application Casework System (RNACS)
                                         2006



01   024-30-01-08-02-3022-00-404-13802   CIS - Refugee, Asylum and Parole
                                         System (RAPS) 2006




01   024-30-01-08-02-3041-00-404-13802   CIS - Digital Dashboard 2006



01   024-30-01-08-02-3046-00-404-14202   CIS - OCIO Business Liaison Office
                                         2006




01   024-30-01-08-02-3047-00-404-13802   CIS - OCIO CTO Office Operations
                                         2006




01   024-30-01-08-02-3048-00-404-13602   CIS - OCIO Enterprise Applications
                                         2006



01   024-30-01-08-02-3049-00-404-14202   CIS - OCIO Exec Operations 2006




01   024-30-01-08-02-3051-00-404-14202   CIS - OCIO Program Management
                                         Office 2006
01   024-30-01-08-02-3053-00-404-13602   CIS - OCIO System Assurance &
                                         Deployment 2006



01   024-30-01-08-02-3054-00-404-13802   CIS - Parole Control Tracking System
                                         2006




01   024-30-01-08-02-3058-00-404-13802   CIS - SS Auto Biometrics Identity
                                         System 2006

01   024-30-01-08-02-3084-00-404-14202   CIS - OCIO IT Operations Management
                                         2006

01   024-30-01-08-02-3085-00-404-14202   CIS - Voice Programs 2006


01   024-30-01-08-02-3087-00-404-14202   CIS - Consolidated Data Services 2006




01   024-30-01-08-02-3088-00-404-14202   CIS - Data Management 2006




01   024-30-01-08-02-3997-00-111-03302   CIS - Receipt and Alien-File
                                         Accountability and Control System
                                         (RAFACS) 2006
01   024-40-01-01-01-4010-00-402-12401   USSS - Enterprise Financial
                                         Management System (TOPS) 2006


01   024-50-01-01-01-1080-00-402-12401   ICE - Federal Financial Management
                                         System (FFMS) 2006


01   024-50-01-01-01-5056-00-402-12801   CBP - SAP 2006



01   024-50-01-01-01-5608-00-304-10601   TSA - Time and Attendance 2006




01   024-50-01-01-02-5134-00-402-12702   CBP - Electronic Collection System
                                         (ECS) 2006




01   024-50-01-01-02-5142-00-402-12402   CBP - Financial/Mixed Systems 2006
01   024-50-01-01-02-5452-00-307-11602   ICE - Debt Collection System (DCOS)
                                         2006

01   024-50-01-01-02-5482-00-401-12202   ICE - Travel Manager (GTM) 2006



01   024-50-01-01-02-5483-00-405-20902   ICE - Asset Management Information
                                         System (AMIS) 2006

01   024-50-01-01-02-5599-00-307-11602   ICE - Bond Management Information
                                         System (BMIS) 2006
01   024-50-01-01-02-5919-00-402-12502   FLETC - Financial Management System
                                         (Momentum)

01   024-50-01-02-01-5010-00-111-03301   BTS - Automated Biometric
                                         Identification System (IDENT) 2006



01   024-50-01-02-01-5363-00-115-04701   ICE - Student and Exchange Visitor
                                         Information System (SEVIS) 2006




01   024-50-01-02-02-5446-00-202-06902   ICE - Bunker Hill 2006

01   024-50-01-02-02-5447-00-202-06902   ICE - INTEL: Secure Video
                                         Conferencing Capability 2006
01   024-50-01-02-02-5448-00-113-21502   ICE - INTEL: Fusion Website 2006


01   024-50-01-02-02-5498-00-115-04502   ICE - Anti-Drug Network (ADNET) 2006




01   024-50-01-03-01-5001-00-103-11101   BTS - United States Visitor and
                                         Immigrant Status Indicator Technology
                                         (US-VISIT) 2006




01   024-50-01-03-01-5020-00-115-04501   BTS - Consolidated Enforcement
                                         Environment 2006


01   024-50-01-03-01-5051-00-111-03301   CBP - Targeting Systems Integration
                                         2006




01   024-50-01-03-01-5052-00-111-03301   CBP - Automated Targeting System
                                         (ATS) Maintenance 2006
01   024-50-01-03-01-5053-00-111-03301   CBP - Automated Commercial
                                         Environment (ACE) 2006



01   024-50-01-03-01-5061-00-111-03301   CBP - International Trade Data Systems
                                         (ITDS) 2006


01   024-50-01-03-01-5090-00-111-03301   CBP - Free and Secure Trade (FAST)
                                         Commercial Driver Program 2006



01   024-50-01-03-01-5091-00-111-03301   CBP - License Plate Reader (LPR) 2006




01   024-50-01-03-01-5108-00-111-03301   CBP - America's Shield Initiative (ASI)
                                         2006




01   024-50-01-03-01-5111-00-111-03301   CBP - Global Enrollment System (GES)
                                         / AIS 2006




01   024-50-01-03-01-5131-00-111-03301   CBP - Automated Targeting
                                         System/Land Border (ATS/L) 2006




01   024-50-01-03-01-5138-00-111-03301   CBP - Advance Passenger Information
                                         System (APIS) 2006

01   024-50-01-03-01-5454-00-111-03301   ICE - FAM Mission Scheduling Program
                                         (MSP) 2006



01   024-50-01-03-01-5455-00-111-03301   ICE - Air to Ground Communications &
                                         Surveillance Detection System 2006
01   024-50-01-03-01-5601-00-401-12101   TSA - Combined Credentialing
                                         Investment (CCI) 2006



01   024-50-01-03-01-5602-00-111-03301   TSA - Electronic Surveillance System
                                         2006



01   024-50-01-03-01-5603-00-403-13501   TSA - HR SerV1: HR Serv - Sect 1 2006


01   024-50-01-03-01-5604-00-403-13101   TSA - HR SERV2: HR Serv - Sect 2
                                         2006




01   024-50-01-03-01-5605-00-111-03301   TSA - Office of National Risk
                                         Assessment (ONRA) Risk Assessment
                                         Platform 2006




01   024-50-01-03-01-5609-00-111-03301   TSA - Performance Management
                                         Information System 2006


01   024-50-01-03-01-5611-00-111-03301   TSA - Commerce Inspection System
                                         Portfolio - Electronic Baggage
                                         Screening Program 2006




01   024-50-01-03-01-5612-00-111-03301   TSA - Passenger Inspection System
                                         Portfolio - Passenger Screening
                                         Program 2006



01   024-50-01-03-02-5054-00-111-03302   CBP - Vessel Management System
                                         (VMS) 2006



01   024-50-01-03-02-5059-00-111-03302   CBP - Border Release Advanced
                                         Screening and Selectivity (BRASS)
                                         2006
01   024-50-01-03-02-5064-00-111-03302   CBP - Enterprise Data Warehouse
                                         (EDW) OMR Datamart 2006



01   024-50-01-03-02-5069-00-111-03302   CBP - Customs Automated Operations
                                         System (CAOS) 2006




01   024-50-01-03-02-5075-00-111-03302   CBP - Mail Entry Writing System 2006



01   024-50-01-03-02-5076-00-202-07202   CBP - Customs Education and Training
                                         Network (CETN) 2006




01   024-50-01-03-02-5078-00-404-13702   CBP - OIT Process Asset Library (PAL)
                                         2006


01   024-50-01-03-02-5085-00-403-13502   CBP - Customs Automated Pre-
                                         Employment System (CAPES) 2006


01   024-50-01-03-02-5088-00-111-03302   CBP - DynaComm Terminal Emulator
                                         Replacement 2006




01   024-50-01-03-02-5107-00-111-03302   CBP - Small/Other 2006

01   024-50-01-03-02-5112-00-118-06002   CBP - Air and Marine Operations - Air
                                         Interdiction Aviation System (CARMAC)
                                         2006




01   024-50-01-03-02-5127-00-111-03302   CBP - Currency of Monetary
                                         Instruments Report (CMIR) 2006
01   024-50-01-03-02-5142-00-401-12002   CBP - Employee Self Service Solution
                                         2006




01   024-50-01-03-02-5144-00-111-03302   CBP - Port Radiation Inspection,
                                         Detection, & Evaluation (PRIDE)
                                         Prototype 2006


01   024-50-01-03-02-5148-00-111-03302   CBP - Interim Pleasure Boat Reporting
                                         System 2006




01   024-50-01-03-02-5149-00-111-03302   CBP - Private Aircraft Enforcement
                                         System (PAES) 2006




01   024-50-01-03-02-5418-00-111-03302   ICE - OI-EI Database &
                                         LAN/Workstation Support 2006




01   024-50-01-03-02-5423-00-111-03302   ICE - Detention and Removal
                                         Operations (DROPS) 2006
01   024-50-01-03-02-5426-00-115-04502   ICE - International - Parole Case
                                         Tracking System 2006
01   024-50-01-03-02-5451-00-402-12902   ICE - Numerically Integrated Profiling
                                         System (NIPS) 2006


01   024-50-01-03-02-5462-00-116-05102   ICE - IHP Viedo Teleconferencing
                                         (VTC) 2006



01   024-50-01-03-02-5485-00-115-04702   ICE - General Counsel Electronic
                                         Management System (GEMS) 2006

01   024-50-01-03-02-5487-00-119-06602   ICE - Worksite Enforcement (LYNX)
                                         2006



01   024-50-01-03-02-5490-00-402-12902   ICE - Money Laundering Coordination
                                         Center and Enhanced Subject Records
                                         Database 2006

01   024-50-01-03-02-5492-00-115-04702   ICE - Enforcement Case Tracking
                                         System (ENFORCE) 2006
01   024-50-01-03-02-5494-00-111-03302   ICE - Deportable Alien Control System
                                         (DACS) 2006


01   024-50-01-03-02-5496-00-113-21402   ICE - Imaged Documents and Exemplar
                                         Library System (IDEAL) 2006


01   024-50-01-03-02-5497-00-115-04702   ICE - Criminal Alien Investigation
                                         System (CAIS) 2006



01   024-50-01-03-02-5623-00-111-03302   TSA - Next Generation Air
                                         Transportation System (NGATS) 2006




01   024-50-01-03-02-5917-00-111-03302   FLETC - Student Administration &
                                         Scheduling System 2006




01   024-50-01-03-02-5920-00-111-03302   FLETC - Automated Tracking,
                                         Operations, & Management System
                                         (ATOMS) 2006



01   024-50-01-04-01-5058-00-111-03301   CBP - Automated Export System (AES)
                                         2006



01   024-50-01-04-01-5084-00-111-03301   CBP - Border Security Deployment
                                         (BSD) 2006



01   024-50-01-04-01-5093-00-111-03301   CBP - Northern Border Tactical
                                         Communications Replacement and
                                         Upgrade - N. Border Initiative (NBI)
                                         2006

01   024-50-01-04-01-5488-00-111-03401   ICE - Federal Protective Service
                                         Integrated Security System (2006)



01   024-50-01-04-02-5065-00-111-03302   CBP - Trade Act of 2002 Systems
                                         Enhancements 2006



01   024-50-01-04-02-5495-00-404-14002   ICE - Security Activities Reporting
                                         System (SARS) 2006
01   024-50-01-07-01-3015-00-111-03301   CIS - Immigration Services
                                         Modernization (ISM) 2006



01   024-50-01-07-01-5606-00-404-14201   TSA - OIT Operating Platform 2006




01   024-50-01-07-02-5616-00-401-14602   TSA - Contract Administration and
                                         Audits 2006

01   024-50-01-08-01-5143-00-408-23501   CBP - Online Automated Testing
                                         System (COATS) 2006



01   024-50-01-08-02-5130-00-408-19802   CBP - Career Finder 2006




01   024-50-01-08-02-5140-00-408-19202   CBP - Personnel Reporting On-line (C-
                                         PRO) 2006



01   024-50-01-08-02-5141-00-404-19902   CBP - Enterprise On-line Project Activity
                                         Reporting 2006


01   024-50-01-08-02-5460-00-403-13102   ICE - Personnel Security System
                                         (PERSECS) 2006


01   024-50-01-08-02-5465-00-403-13502   ICE - Position Tracking System (PTS)
                                         2006



01   024-50-01-08-02-5466-00-403-13502   ICE - Hiring Tracking System (HITS)
                                         2006



01   024-50-01-08-02-5467-00-403-13102   ICE - Electronic System for Personnel
                                         (ESP) 2006
01   024-50-01-08-02-5472-00-403-14202   ICE - EEO Assistant (EEOA) 2006

01   024-50-01-08-02-5473-00-403-13502   ICE - Employment Application Support
                                         System (EASS) 2006
01   024-50-01-08-02-5477-00-403-13502   ICE - On Track for Training 2006



01   024-50-01-08-02-5480-00-403-13302   ICE - Virtual University (VU - formerly
                                         Learning Mgmt System) 2006

01   024-50-01-08-02-5484-00-311-10602   ICE - Performance Analysis System
                                         (PAS) 2006
01   024-50-01-08-02-5486-00-402-12502   ICE - Academy Class Management
                                         System (ACMS) 2006


01   024-50-01-08-02-5618-00-403-06402   TSA - Learning Management System
                                         2006


01   024-50-01-08-02-5619-00-403-13102   TSA - HR Reimbursables of HR
                                         Systems 2006

01   024-50-01-08-02-5620-00-403-13102   TSA - NFC Migration of HR Systems
                                         2006


01   024-60-01-01-01-6103-00-402-12501   USCG - Finance and Procurement
                                         Desktop 2006


01   024-60-01-01-01-6104-00-402-12401   USCG - Coast Guard Oracle Financials
                                         (CGOF) 2006




01   024-60-01-01-01-6111-00-404-13701   USCG - Vessel Logistics System (VLS)
                                         2006




01   024-60-01-03-01-6005-00-111-03401   USCG - Nationwide Automatic
                                         Identification System (NAIS) for MDA
                                         2006



01   024-60-01-03-01-6064-00-301-09101   USCG - Marine Information for Safety
                                         and Law Enforcement (MISLE) 2006




01   024-60-01-03-01-6077-00-401-11901   USCG - Readiness Management
                                         System (RMS) 2006



01   024-60-01-03-02-6017-00-111-03402   USCG - Command Center Readiness &
                                         Infrastructure Recap. 2006

01   024-60-01-03-02-6020-00-104-01002   USCG - Computer Assisted Search
                                         Planning System (CASP I) 2006
01   024-60-01-03-02-6032-00-111-03402   USCG - Electro-Optical Sensors for
                                         Cutters and Boats (MARFLIR) 2006




01   024-60-01-03-02-6033-00-111-03402   USCG - Electro-Optical/Infrared - Hand
                                         Held Thermal Imagers 2006




01   024-60-01-03-02-6034-00-111-03402   USCG - Electro-Optical/Infrared - Night
                                         Vision Goggles 2006




01   024-60-01-03-02-6053-00-118-06202   USCG - Integrated Aids to Navigation
                                         Information System (I-ATONIS) 2006




01   024-60-01-03-02-6059-00-409-20502   USCG - Joint Maritime Information
                                         Element (JMIE)/Maritime Awareness
                                         Global Network (MAGNET) 2006



01   024-60-01-03-02-6069-00-309-15102   USCG - Mobile Command and Control
                                         Center Upgrades 2006




01   024-60-01-03-02-6086-00-103-21202   USCG - Shipboard Command and
                                         Control System-270 (SCCS-270) 2006




01   024-60-01-03-02-6087-00-103-21202   USCG - Shipboard Command and
                                         Control System-378 (SCCS-378) 2006
01   024-60-01-04-02-6004-00-404-14202   USCG - Automatic Identification System
                                         (AIS) for Cutters 2006




01   024-60-01-04-02-6036-00-404-14202   USCG - Electronic Charting System
                                         (ECS) 2006


01   024-60-01-04-02-6066-00-111-03302   USCG - Merchant Mariner Licensing
                                         and Documentation System (MMLD)
                                         2006




01   024-60-01-04-02-6085-00-403-22402   USCG - Ship Control and Navigation
                                         Training System (SCANTS) 2006


01   024-60-01-04-02-6106-00-108-02402   USCG - NPFC Case Information
                                         Management System (NPFC-CIMS)
                                         2006
01   024-60-01-04-02-6107-00-108-02502   USCG - NPFC Certificate of Financial
                                         Responsibility System (NPFC-COFR)
                                         2006



01   024-60-01-04-02-6108-00-108-02402   USCG - NPFC Claims Processing
                                         System (NPFC-CPS) 2006



01   024-60-01-05-01-6006-00-405-14501   USCG - Aviation Logistics Management
                                         Information System (ALMIS) (2006)




01   024-60-01-05-02-6001-00-118-06202   USCG - Automated Mutual-Assistance
                                         Vessel Rescue (Amver II) System 2006



01   024-60-01-05-02-6007-00-405-14502   USCG - Aviation Technical Information
                                         Management System (ATIMS) 2006



01   024-60-01-05-02-6043-00-104-01002   USCG - Global Maritime Distress and
                                         Safety System (GMDSS) Phase V 2006
01   024-60-01-05-02-6083-00-104-01002   USCG - Self Locating Datum Marker
                                         Buoy (SLDMB) 2006



01   024-70-01-01-01-7101-00-402-12801   EP&R - Integrated Financial
                                         Management Information System
                                         (IFMIS) 2006
01   024-70-01-04-01-7121-00-104-00801   EP&R - Risk Assessment Systems -
                                         HAZUS 2006
01   024-70-01-04-01-7123-00-104-00801   EP&R - NFIP Modernization/Business
                                         Process Improvement/Systems
                                         Engineering Management Support/
                                         "Next Gen" 2006
01   024-70-01-04-01-7124-00-104-00801   EP&R - NFIP Information Exchange
                                         2006
01   024-70-01-04-02-7141-00-104-00802   EP&R - Natl Fire Incident Rprt Sys 2006

01   024-70-01-04-02-7142-00-104-00802   EP&R - SimLab Training Network 2006
01   024-70-01-05-01-7001-00-104-01001   EP&R - Consolidated Alert & Warning
                                         System 2006
01   024-70-01-05-01-7133-00-104-01001   EP&R - Mobile Emergency Response
                                         System (MERS) 2006
01   024-70-01-05-01-7592-00-104-00901   EP&R - Mission Communications 2006
01   024-70-01-05-02-7126-00-104-01002   EP&R - Integrated Cadre Management
                                         System 2006
01   024-70-01-06-01-7134-00-104-00901   EP&R - eNEMIS 2006

01   024-70-01-06-02-7002-00-104-00902   EP&R - Data Management 2006

01   024-70-01-06-02-7132-00-104-00902   EP&R - Internet and Intranet 2006

01   024-80-01-05-01-0140-24-104-01001   S&T - SAFECOM 2006




01   024-90-01-02-02-9101-00-113-21502   IAIP - Automated Message Handling
                                         System (AMHS) 2006




01   024-90-01-04-01-9102-00-111-03401   IAIP - Homeland Security Information
                                         Network (HSIN) 2006




01   024-90-01-04-01-9103-00-111-00801   IAIP - Homeland Security Operations
                                         Center (HSOC) 2006
01   024-90-01-04-01-9301-00-113-21501   IAIP - Intelligence and Information
                                         Fusion (12F) 2006




01   024-90-01-04-01-9501-00-111-03401   IAIP - 24X7 Incident Handling &
                                         Response Center 2006
01   024-90-01-04-01-9502-00-111-03401   IAIP - CERT Vulnerability Research and
                                         Incident Identification 2006
01   024-90-01-04-01-9504-00-111-03401   IAIP - Protective Security Analysis
                                         Center (PSAC) 2006




01   024-90-01-04-01-9505-00-111-03401   IAIP - Protected Critical Infrastructure
                                         Information Program 2006




01   024-90-01-04-01-9506-00-409-20301   IAIP - NCSD Mission Operating
                                         Environment 2006
01   024-90-01-04-01-9507-00-111-03401   IAIP - CWIN - Critical infrastructure
                                         Warning Information Network 2006


01   024-90-01-05-01-9020-00-111-03401   IAIP - Government Emergency
                                         Telecommunications Service 2006




02   024-00-02-00-01-0561-00-305-10901   DHS - Enterprise Portal 2006



02   024-00-02-00-01-0591-00-404-13901   DHS - Infrastructure 2006
02   024-00-02-00-01-0601-00-404-14001   DHS - IT Security 2006




02   024-00-02-00-01-0602-00-404-14001   DHS - COMSEC Modernization 2006



02   024-00-02-00-02-0681-00-404-14202   DHS - Information Delivery 2006

02   024-10-02-00-01-1040-00-404-14201   DHS - Metadata Center of Excellence
                                         2006




02   024-10-02-00-02-1100-00-404-14202   DHS - Document Management 2006




02   024-50-02-00-01-5146-00-111-03301   CBP - Wireless TECS 2006




02   024-50-02-00-02-5145-00-111-03302   CBP - CSIRC Data Mining and
                                         Correlation (DMC) 2006




02   024-50-02-00-02-5147-00-302-03302   CBP - Automated Tools 2006




02   024-50-02-00-02-5420-00-111-03302   ICE - Logistics Sunflower Asset
                                         Management System (SAMS) 2006

02   024-50-02-00-02-5421-00-111-03302   ICE - Information Technology Tracking
                                         System (ITTS) 2006




02   024-50-02-00-02-5422-00-101-03302   ICE - Executive Secretariat (EXPRESS)
                                         2006

02   024-50-02-00-02-5445-00-202-06902   ICE - HQS Intel Desktop Modernization
                                         2006
02   024-50-02-00-02-5491-00-113-20302   ICE - Password Issuance and Control
                                         System (PICS) 2006



02   024-50-02-00-02-5621-00-401-00902   TSA - Infrastructure Relationship
                                         Manager 2006



02   024-50-02-00-02-5918-00-404-14202   FLETC - Media Support 2006




02   024-60-02-00-01-6010-00-403-13101   USCG - Direct Access 2006



02   024-60-02-00-02-6008-00-301-09302   USCG - Case Matters Management
                                         Database (CMMT db) 2006




02   024-60-02-00-02-6012-00-401-11902   USCG - Civil Engineering Data System
                                         (CEDS) NT 2006




02   024-60-02-00-02-6013-00-111-03302   USCG - Coast Guard Data Network
                                         Plus (CGDN+) 2006




02   024-60-02-00-02-6016-00-404-13902   USCG - Coast Guard Intelligence
                                         Support System (CGISS) 2006



02   024-60-02-00-02-6018-00-404-13802   USCG - Commercial Satellite
                                         Communications (SATCOM) 2006



02   024-60-02-00-02-6019-00-401-11902   USCG - Communications System 2000
                                         (CS2K) 2006



02   024-60-02-00-02-6021-00-111-03302   USCG - COMTAC Laptop Replacement 2006
02   024-60-02-00-02-6026-00-111-03302   USCG - Defense Messaging System
                                         (DMS) 2006




02   024-60-02-00-02-6028-00-401-11902   USCG - Digital Voice Recorder (DVR)
                                         Replacement Project (STANCIL) 2006



02   024-60-02-00-02-6029-00-409-20502   USCG - DOD Command, Control,
                                         Comms, Computer, & Intelligence (C4)
                                         Interoperability 2006




02   024-60-02-00-02-6030-00-111-03302   USCG - e-Coast Guard Connectivity for
                                         Small Cutters 2006



02   024-60-02-00-02-6037-00-111-03302   USCG - Enterprise Classified Data
                                         Network 2006




02   024-60-02-00-02-6039-00-401-11902   USCG - Facility Engineering Data
                                         System (FEDS) 2006



02   024-60-02-00-02-6040-00-404-13902   USCG - Federal Telephone Service
                                         2000 (FTS2000) & FTS2001 Transition
                                         2006



02   024-60-02-00-02-6045-00-111-03302   USCG - Handheld VHF-FM DES Radio
                                         Replacement Project (MX-300
                                         Replacement) 2006



02   024-60-02-00-02-6049-00-111-03302   USCG - HF System Recapitalization
                                         and Modernization 2006




02   024-60-02-00-02-6051-00-401-11902   USCG - Housing Management
                                         Information System (HMIS) 2006
02   024-60-02-00-02-6055-00-404-14202   USCG - Information Exchange Portal
                                         2006



02   024-60-02-00-02-6057-00-404-14202   USCG - Iridium Satellite
                                         Communications Telephone 2006



02   024-60-02-00-02-6062-00-404-13902   USCG - Leased Network Services
                                         Through The Defense Information
                                         Telecommunication Certification Office
                                         (DITCO) 2006
02   024-60-02-00-02-6063-00-401-11902   USCG - LORAN-C Operations
                                         Information System 2 (LOIS2) 2006



02   024-60-02-00-02-6071-00-404-14202   USCG - Navigation Systems Information
                                         Dissemination Network (NSIDN) 2006




02   024-60-02-00-02-6073-00-111-03402   USCG - Portable VHF-FM Radios for
                                         Homeland Security 2006

02   024-60-02-00-02-6082-00-111-03402   USCG - Secure Communications 2006


02   024-60-02-00-02-6091-00-404-13802   USCG - Surface Search Radar Software
                                         Support 2006




02   024-60-02-00-02-6092-00-404-13802   USCG - Switched Voice Replacement
                                         Project (SVRP) 2006


02   024-60-02-00-02-6095-00-404-13902   USCG - U.S. Coast Guard Academy
                                         Information System (ACADIS) 2006

03   024-00-03-00-01-0581-00-304-10301   DHS - Enterprise Architecture and
                                         Investment Management Program (EA
                                         &IM Program) 2006



03   024-00-03-00-02-0631-00-304-10702   DHS - Advisory Services 2006




03   024-00-03-00-02-0641-00-404-13602   DHS - Application
                                         Modernization/Common solutions 2006
03   024-00-03-00-02-0651-00-304-10702   DHS - Business Process Office Support
                                         2006


03   024-00-03-00-02-0671-00-404-14202   DHS - Data Visualization and
                                         Integration 2006

03   024-00-03-00-02-1050-00-304-10702   DHS - Business Intelligence/Digital
                                         Scorecards 2006



03   024-10-03-00-01-1045-00-404-14201   DHS - Solutions Engineering Center of
                                         Excellence 2006




03   024-10-03-00-02-0661-00-304-10702   DHS - Program Management 2006


03   024-10-03-00-02-1060-00-305-10902   DHS - Websites & Webservices 2006


03   024-10-03-00-02-1070-00-404-14202   DHS - Advanced Technology &
                                         Research Services 2006
03   024-10-03-00-02-1080-00-404-14202   DHS - Enterprise Solutions 2006
03   024-10-03-00-02-1090-00-404-14202   DHS - Enterprise Application Integration
                                         2006




03   024-10-03-00-02-1140-00-301-09202   DHS - Homeland Security IT &
                                         Evaluation Program 2006


03   024-50-03-00-02-5096-00-311-03302   CBP - ProSight/Enterprise Portfolio
                                         Management (ePfM) 2006




03   024-50-03-00-02-5901-00-404-14202   FLETC - IT Overhead Costs 2006

04   024-00-04-00-04-1316-24-110-21904   DHS - Grants.gov 2006


              Department of Housing and Urban Development*


                             Department of Interior

01   010-00-01-01-01-0002-00-402-12401   Federal Financial System (FFS)
01   010-00-01-01-01-0033-00-402-12901   Consolidated Financial Statement (CFS)
                                         System




01   010-00-01-01-01-1126-24-407-18701   DOI-NBC Financial Management LOB
                                         Response




01   010-00-01-01-01-1127-24-407-18801   Financial and Business Management
                                         System (FBMS)




01   010-00-01-01-04-1100-24-407-18704   Financial Management Line of Business
                                         (Partner)




01   010-00-01-02-01-0019-00-117-05701   LANDFIRE




01   010-00-01-02-04-0140-24-104-01004   SAFECOM [Partner]
01   010-00-01-03-01-0120-24-409-20501   Geospatial One-Stop (GOS)




01   010-00-01-04-01-0010-24-117-05801   Recreation One-Stop




01   010-00-01-05-01-0018-00-115-04601   Incident Management, Analysis, and
                                         Reporting System (IMARS)




01   010-00-01-05-02-0029-00-119-06602   Safety Management Information System
                                         (SMIS)
01   010-00-01-05-02-0460-00-305-10902   Economic Profile System




01   010-00-01-05-04-0032-00-403-13504   Volunteer.gov




01   010-00-01-07-01-0009-00-405-14601   Interior Department Electronic
                                         Acquisition System (IDEAS)




01   010-00-01-07-01-0020-00-409-20501   Electronic FOIA Tracking System
                                         (EFTS)




01   010-00-01-07-01-0031-00-401-11901   Capstone Facility Management System
                                         (FMS)
01   010-00-01-07-01-1212-00-404-14201   Enterprise Geographic Information
                                         Management (EGIM)




01   010-00-01-07-01-1221-24-408-19501   E-Payroll




01   010-00-01-07-01-1226-24-408-19501   NBC Shared Service Center (HRLOB)




01   010-00-01-07-02-0015-00-403-22202   Quick Hire/Quick Classification




01   010-00-01-07-02-0025-00-401-11902   Aviation Management Support System




01   010-00-01-07-02-0027-00-404-14202   GPEA
01   010-00-01-07-02-0028-00-405-14402   Quarters Management Information
                                         System (QMIS)




01   010-00-01-07-02-0034-00-410-20702   Screen Available Exchange Sales
                                         Electronic Handbook System (SAVES
                                         EHB)




01   010-00-01-07-02-0035-00-401-99902   Management Initiatives Tracking
                                         System (MITS)


01   010-00-01-07-04-0060-24-313-16904   E-Rulemaking [Partner]




01   010-00-01-07-04-0100-24-105-01104   Business Gateway [Partner]




01   010-00-01-07-04-0130-24-104-01004   Disaster Management [Partner]




01   010-00-01-07-04-0220-24-406-18504   E-Travel
01   010-00-01-07-04-0230-24-410-20904   Integrated Acquisition Environment
                                         [Partner]




01   010-00-01-07-04-0240-24-409-20404   E-Records Management [Partner]




01   010-00-01-07-04-0250-24-409-20304   E-Authentication
01   010-00-01-07-04-1217-24-408-23704   E-Training [Partner]




01   010-00-01-07-04-1300-24-110-21904   Grants Management Line of Business




01   010-00-01-07-04-1316-24-110-21904   Grants.gov




01   010-04-01-01-01-0421-00-402-12401   Management Info. System
                                         (MIS)/Collections and Billings
                                         (CBS)/Budget Planning System (BLM)




01   010-04-01-02-01-0401-00-117-05701   Legacy Rehost (LR2000)
01   010-04-01-02-01-0404-00-117-05701   National Integrated Land System (NILS)




01   010-04-01-02-01-0420-00-104-00801   Incident Qualification & Certification
                                         System (IQCS)




01   010-04-01-02-02-0406-00-117-05702   Geographic Coordinate Database
                                         (GCDB)




01   010-04-01-02-02-0410-00-104-01002   Law Enforcement Incident Reporting
                                         System (LAWNET)




01   010-04-01-02-02-0415-00-117-05702   Weeds Database




01   010-04-01-02-02-0423-00-117-05702   Rangeland Administration System
                                         (RAS)
01   010-04-01-02-02-0432-00-117-05702   Reference Theme Serving System
                                         (RTSS)




01   010-04-01-02-02-0433-00-117-05702   Rangeland Improvement Project System
                                         (RIPS)




01   010-04-01-02-02-0434-00-117-05702   Rangeland Information System (RIS)




01   010-04-01-02-02-0436-00-117-05702   Native Seed Network




01   010-04-01-02-02-0437-00-117-05702   Forest Vegetation Information System
                                         (FORVIS)




01   010-04-01-02-02-0438-00-403-13502   DOI Fire Integrated Recruitment and
                                         Employment System (FIRES)
01   010-04-01-02-02-0439-00-104-00802   Fire Incident Cost Code




01   010-04-01-02-02-0442-00-117-05702   Alaska Land Information System (ALIS)




01   010-04-01-02-02-0443-00-401-11902   CASHE and Safety Management
                                         System (CSMS)




01   010-04-01-02-02-0447-00-404-14202   Land and Resources Project Office Help
                                         Desk Support




01   010-04-01-02-02-0451-00-302-09402   Wild Fire Management Information
                                         System (WFMI)




01   010-04-01-02-02-0452-00-404-14202   Automated Sorting, Converting, and
                                         Distribution System (ASCADS)




01   010-04-01-02-02-0453-00-302-09402   Wild Cad
01   010-04-01-02-02-0463-00-104-00802   Great Basin Cashe




01   010-04-01-02-04-0023-00-104-00804   FAM-FPA Fire Program Analysis




01   010-04-01-03-01-0417-00-107-02101   Automated Fluid Mineral Support
                                         System (AFMSS)




01   010-04-01-03-01-0427-00-117-05701   Wild Horse and Burro Program System




01   010-04-01-03-02-0440-00-117-05702   Timber Sale Information System (TSIS)




01   010-04-01-03-02-0441-00-117-05702   Survey Plats and Field Notes Module
01   010-04-01-03-02-0444-00-107-02102   National Oil and Gas Lease Sale
                                         System (LSS)




01   010-04-01-03-02-0445-00-107-02102   Remote Data Acquisition for Well Prod.
                                         (RDAWP)




01   010-04-01-03-02-0446-00-108-02402   BLM Site Cleanup Database (HAZMAT)




01   010-04-01-03-02-0461-00-117-05702   Enterprise Geographic Information
                                         Management




01   010-04-01-03-02-0462-00-117-05702   Abandoned Mine Information System
                                         (AMIS)




01   010-04-01-03-02-0465-00-117-05702   Wild Horse and Burro Information
                                         System

01   010-04-01-04-02-0424-00-117-05802   Recreation Management Information
                                         System (RMIS)
01   010-04-01-05-04-0024-00-104-00804   Fire Program Analysis (FPA Phase 2)




01   010-04-01-07-01-0409-00-117-05701   IT Support for Resources and Minerals
                                         Land Use Planning (ePlanning)




01   010-04-01-07-02-0405-00-401-11902   Automated Fleet Management System




01   010-04-01-07-02-0413-00-403-13202   PayCheck




01   010-04-01-07-02-0416-00-404-14202   General Land Office Automated
                                         Records System (GLO)
01   010-04-01-07-02-0418-00-404-14202   Corporate Metadata Repository (CMR)
                                         (formerly Corporate Data Dictionary)




01   010-04-01-07-02-0422-00-402-12802   Motor Vehicle Reconciliation (BLM)
01   010-04-01-07-02-0450-00-403-23702   Distance Learning Tool




01   010-04-01-07-02-0464-00-117-05802   (BLM) Access Data Management
                                         System (ADMS)

01   010-04-01-07-04-1200-24-408-19504   HR Management Line of Business
                                         (Partner)




01   010-06-01-01-01-0602-00-402-12401   Minerals Revenue Management Support
                                         System (MRMSS)




01   010-06-01-03-01-0601-00-107-02101   OCS Connect




01   010-06-01-03-02-0604-00-107-02102   TIMS/IT Program
01   010-08-01-01-01-0815-00-402-12501   Advanced Budget/Accounting Control
                                         and Information System (ABACIS)




01   010-08-01-01-02-0805-00-402-12902   (OSM ) MAPS




01   010-08-01-01-02-0808-00-304-10102   e-Budget




01   010-08-01-02-01-0809-00-308-14901   Applicant Violator System (AVS)




01   010-08-01-02-01-0810-00-402-12701   Fee Billing and Collection System
                                         (FEEBACS)




01   010-08-01-02-01-0813-00-108-02401   Abandoned Mine Land Inventory
                                         System (AMLIS)
01   010-08-01-02-01-0816-00-315-18001   Single Source Coal Reporting System
                                         (SSCR)




01   010-08-01-02-01-0820-00-108-02301   Technical Innovation & Prof. Services
                                         (TIPS)




01   010-08-01-02-02-0823-00-301-09202   FOCIS




01   010-08-01-02-02-0824-00-308-14802   CPAID




01   010-08-01-02-02-0828-00-108-20302   OSM - EGIM



01   010-08-01-03-02-0814-00-304-10602   Work Paper on Windows (WOW)
01   010-08-01-03-02-0819-00-304-10602   Priority Audit Ranking and Inventory
                                         System (PARIS)




01   010-08-01-03-02-0822-00-304-10602   (AIMS) Audit Information Management
                                         System




01   010-08-01-03-02-0825-00-307-99902   PECAN




01   010-08-01-03-02-0826-00-304-10602   I&E




01   010-08-01-05-02-0821-00-108-12302   Mine Map Repository
01   010-08-01-07-02-0807-00-401-11902   (OSM) Property System




01   010-08-01-07-02-0827-00-403-13202   OSM - Quick Time




01   010-08-01-07-02-0829-00-403-23202   OSM - CARDS




01   010-08-01-07-02-0830-00-401-12202   OSM - Travel Manager




01   010-10-01-01-01-1009-00-304-10101   (BOR)Program & Budget System
                                         (PABS)

01   010-10-01-01-01-1010-00-117-05601   (BOR) Corporate Data Warehouse
                                         (CDW)

01   010-10-01-01-02-1021-00-117-05602   (BOR) New Management Information
                                         System (NewMIS)

01   010-10-01-03-01-1003-00-107-02201   (BOR) CVACS Central Valley
                                         Automated Control System

01   010-10-01-03-01-1004-00-107-02201   (BOR) Hoover Supervisory Control and
                                         Data Acquisition System (HSCADA)

01   010-10-01-03-01-1005-00-107-02201   (BOR) Grand Coulee Power Office
                                         Supervisory Control and Data
                                         Acquisition System (GCPO SCADA)
01   010-10-01-03-01-1047-00-117-05701   (BOR)Reclamation Mission Support
                                         System (RMSS)




01   010-10-01-03-02-1025-00-117-05602   (BOR) BORGIS Geograpic Infomation
                                         System

01   010-10-01-03-02-1026-00-117-05602   (BOR) BORWMIS Water Management
                                         Information System
01   010-10-01-03-02-1027-00-117-05602   (BOR) BORWORKS Water Operations
                                         and Record Keeping

01   010-10-01-03-02-1028-00-117-05602   (BOR) CROP Colorado River
                                         Operations Program


01   010-10-01-03-02-1029-00-117-05602   (BOR) RBMS River Bank Monitoring
                                         System

01   010-10-01-03-02-1031-00-117-05602   (BOR)BORCADS Computer Aided
                                         Design System (Previously
                                         BORCAEDS)


01   010-10-01-03-02-1033-00-117-05602   (BOR) BORHMIS Hydrological and
                                         Meterological Information System

01   010-10-01-03-02-1034-00-104-00802   (BOR)BORSSIS Safety and Security
                                         Infomation System




01   010-10-01-03-02-1036-00-107-02202   (BOR)CRSP Colorado River Storage
                                         Project

01   010-10-01-03-02-1038-00-107-02202   (BOR)CVO_DSS Central Valley
                                         Operations Decision Support System
                                         (previously HAR)



01   010-10-01-03-02-1045-00-107-02202   (BOR)NCAO SCADA Northern
                                         California Area Office SCADA

01   010-10-01-03-02-1048-00-117-05602   (BOR) PN SCADA Pacific Northwest
                                         Region Supervisory Control and Data
                                         Acquisition Systems


01   010-10-01-03-02-1049-00-117-05602   (BOR) GP SCADA Great Plains Region Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition Systems



01   010-10-01-03-02-1050-00-117-05602   (BOR) LC SCADA Lower Colorado
                                         Region Supervisory Control and Data
                                         Acquisition Systems

01   010-10-01-03-02-1051-00-117-05602   (BOR) MP SCADA Mid-Pacific Region
                                         Supervisory Control and Data
                                         Acquisition Systems

01   010-10-01-03-02-1052-00-117-05602   (BOR) UC SCADA Upper Colorado
                                         Region Supervisory Control and Data
                                         Acquisition Systems

01   010-10-01-03-02-1053-00-117-05602   (BOR) TSCESS Technical Service
                                         Center Engineering Support Systems
01   010-10-01-03-02-1054-00-117-05602   (BOR) SSLECL Safety, Security and
                                         Law Enforcement Classified System




01   010-10-01-03-02-1055-00-404-13902   (BOR)Reclamation Network (RECNet)




01   010-10-01-07-01-1011-00-404-14201   (BOR)Reclamation Electronic Document
                                         System (REDS)
01   010-10-01-07-02-1020-00-405-14302   (BOR) FEDSTRIP Federal Stores and
                                         Requisitioning Process
01   010-10-01-07-02-1023-00-401-11902   (BOR)MPS Movable Property System

01   010-10-01-07-02-1024-00-403-13202   (BOR) TAAS Time and Attendance
                                         System




01   010-10-01-07-02-1037-00-402-12802   (BOR)Foundation Information for Real
                                         Property Management (FIRM )
01   010-10-01-07-02-1044-00-117-05802   (BOR)Accessibility Data Management
                                         System (ADMS )

01   010-10-01-07-02-1046-00-404-14202   (BOR)Customer Information System
                                         (CIS)
01   010-10-01-07-02-1056-00-117-05602   (BOR)PropC - Proposal and
                                         Performance Contract Management
                                         System




01   010-10-01-07-02-1057-00-404-10202   VOCUS


01   010-12-01-03-02-1208-00-117-05702   USGS Minerals Resources Data
                                         System (MRDS)


01   010-12-01-03-02-1209-00-107-01902   USGS National Coal Resources Data
                                         System (NCRDS)
01   010-12-01-05-01-1201-00-104-00701   Advanced National Seismic System
                                         (ANSS)




01   010-12-01-05-01-1206-00-404-14201   National Biological Info. Infrastructure
                                         (NBII)



01   010-12-01-05-01-1207-00-117-05601   National Water Info Sys. (NWIS)




01   010-12-01-05-01-1210-00-109-02601   National Map Reengineering Project




01   010-12-01-05-01-1211-00-108-02301   Landsat



01   010-12-01-05-01-1212-00-108-02301   Landsat Data Continuity Mission
                                         (LDCM)




01   010-12-01-07-02-1202-00-304-10102   BASIS+ (USGS)




01   010-18-01-01-02-1803-00-402-12502   (FWS) Budget Allocation System (BAS)



01   010-18-01-01-02-1821-00-402-12502   FWS - Finance Data Mart
01   010-18-01-02-02-1804-00-117-05702   (FWS) Environmental Conservation
                                         Online System (ECOS)


01   010-18-01-02-02-1814-00-117-05702   (FWS) Refuges Management Info
                                         System (RMIS), including Real Property
                                         Mgmt. Info System
01   010-18-01-02-02-1815-00-117-05702   (FWS) Service Permits Issuance and
                                         Tracking System (SPITS)
01   010-18-01-02-02-1819-00-117-05702   FWS GIS




01   010-18-01-02-02-1820-00-117-05702   National Wetlands Inventory




01   010-18-01-05-02-1807-00-104-00802   (FWS) Fire Management Info System
                                         (FMIS)



01   010-18-01-07-02-1810-00-305-11002   National Conservation Training Center




01   010-18-01-07-02-1812-00-405-14402   (FWS) Personal Property Management
                                         System (PPMS)
01   010-18-01-07-02-1816-00-305-10902   Executive Profile Tracking System
                                         (EPTS; formerly DTS)
01   010-24-01-02-01-2407-00-106-01701   Historic Preservation Learning Portal
01   010-24-01-04-01-2404-00-117-05801   NPS.gov Internet/Intranet Portal
                                         (formerly ParkNet)




01   010-24-01-07-01-2406-00-403-22401   Learning Management System




01   010-24-01-07-02-2405-00-402-12502   Program Management Information
                                         System/Operations Formulation System
                                         (PMIS/OFS)




01   010-24-01-07-02-2408-00-117-05702   NPS GIS (Hardware, Software,
                                         Maintenance)
01   010-24-01-07-02-2409-00-402-12402   FFS Fixed Asset Subsystem




01   010-76-01-01-02-7625-00-402-12702   National Irrigation Information
                                         Management System (NIIMS)


01   010-76-01-01-02-7629-00-402-12902   Self-Governance Financial Management
                                         Database (SGDB)




01   010-76-01-01-02-7644-00-107-01902   San Carlos Irrigation Project (SCIP)
01   010-76-01-05-01-7602-00-117-05701   Integrated Records Management
                                         System (IRMS)




01   010-76-01-05-01-7607-00-404-13901   Educational Native American Network -
                                         II (ENAN)




01   010-76-01-05-01-7608-00-404-14201   Enterprise Information Management
                                         (EIM)




01   010-76-01-05-01-7609-00-106-01501   School Statistics Initiative (SSI)




01   010-76-01-05-01-7612-00-105-01101   Loan Management & Accounting
                                         System (LOMAS)




01   010-76-01-05-01-7635-00-117-05701   Trust Asset Accounting Management
                                         System (TAAMS)




01   010-76-01-05-02-7603-00-117-05702   Land Records Information System
                                         (LRIS)



01   010-76-01-05-02-7604-00-117-05702   Royalty Distribution & Reporting System
                                         (RDRS)



01   010-76-01-05-02-7605-00-117-05702   Osage Suite (Annuity, Lease, Minerals)




01   010-76-01-05-02-7606-00-101-00302   Social Services Assistance System
                                         (SSAS)

01   010-76-01-05-02-7616-00-117-05702   Real Estate Modules (REM)
01   010-76-01-05-02-7617-00-117-05702   Great Lakes Agency Database System
                                         (GLADS)




01   010-76-01-05-02-7618-00-117-05702   Management Accounting and
                                         Distribution (MAD)



01   010-76-01-05-02-7619-00-117-05702   PCLease


01   010-76-01-05-02-7620-00-117-05702   Keyfile Document Imaging System
                                         (KEYFILE)

01   010-76-01-05-02-7622-00-117-05702   Land Title Mapper (LTM)




01   010-76-01-05-02-7623-00-118-06102   Integrated Transportation Information
                                         and Management System (ITIMS)




01   010-76-01-05-02-7624-00-117-05702   Operations Inventory (OPINV)




01   010-76-01-05-02-7627-00-107-02102   National Indian Oil & Gas Evaluation
                                         Management System (NIOGEMS,
                                         NIEMR, NISES)


01   010-76-01-05-02-7630-00-117-05702   Document Management Program (DMP)




01   010-76-01-05-02-7631-00-104-00802   Native Allotment Data Collection and
                                         Access Project (NADCAP)


01   010-76-01-05-02-7632-00-117-05702   Alaska Title Plant Database (AK-TITLE)




01   010-76-01-05-02-7636-00-104-00702   24/7 Dams Emergency Monitoring
                                         Center
01   010-76-01-05-02-7637-00-107-02202   Colorado River Electrical Utility
                                         Management System (CREUMS)



01   010-76-01-05-02-7638-00-404-14002   Identity Information System (IIS)




01   010-76-01-05-02-7639-00-117-05702   Fee to Trust System


01   010-76-01-05-02-7640-00-117-05702   Land Consolidation Tracking System
                                         (LCTS)
01   010-76-01-05-02-7641-00-106-01502   Lightspan




01   010-76-01-05-02-7642-00-116-05102   Probate Case Management Tracking
                                         System (ProTrac)



01   010-76-01-05-02-7645-00-404-14002   Security Finding Tracking System
                                         (SFTS)


01   010-76-01-05-02-7646-00-117-05702   SPRO Tracking System (TAPS)



01   010-76-01-05-02-7647-00-101-00302   Progeny




01   010-76-01-05-02-7648-00-404-14002   Audit and Incident Response Support
                                         System (AIRSS)



01   010-76-01-05-02-7650-00-404-14202   Trust Tracking and Coordination System
                                         (TRAC)




01   010-76-01-07-01-7613-00-401-11901   Facilities Management Information
                                         System (FMIS)




01   010-76-01-07-02-7621-00-301-09302   Information Management Paperwork
                                         Reduction/Elimination Support System
                                         (IMPRESS)
01   010-76-01-07-02-7634-00-304-10702   Activity Based Costing - Bureau of
                                         Indian Affairs (ABC-BIA)

01   010-76-01-07-02-7643-00-404-14202   Information Management System (IMS)




01   010-84-01-02-01-8401-00-108-02401   Nat Fire Plan Ops & Reporting System
                                         (NFPORS)




01   010-86-01-05-02-8603-00-404-14202   Knowledge Management System




01   010-86-01-07-02-8601-00-116-05502   SOL Automated Research Services


01   010-90-01-05-01-9003-00-117-05701   Trust Fund Accounting System (TFAS)




01   010-90-01-05-01-9004-00-301-09301   OHTA Account Reconciliation Tool
                                         (ART)




01   010-90-01-05-02-9002-00-312-16502   Trust Virtual Data Warehouse and
                                         Portal
01   010-90-01-05-02-9005-00-404-10802   Trust Appraisal Tracking and
                                         Management (TATM)




02   010-00-02-00-01-2000-00-404-13901   OS - DOI Consolidated Infrastructure,
                                         Automation, Telecomm (2006)




03   010-00-03-00-01-3001-00-304-10301   Interior Enterprise Architecture (IEA)




03   010-00-03-00-02-3002-00-304-10202   DOI Capital Planning Program - DM


03   010-00-03-00-02-3005-00-304-10702   Office of the Chief Information Officer -
                                         Policy and Oversight
03   010-12-03-00-01-3004-00-108-02301   Enterprise Web (E-Web)




03   010-76-03-00-02-7633-00-304-10202   Portfolio Management Capital Asset
                                         Tool (PMCAT)



04   010-18-04-00-01-1818-00-117-05701   Federal Aid Info. Mgt. System (FAIMS)




                             Department of Justice

01   011-03-01-01-01-2523-00-402-12501   DOJ Unified Financial Management
                                         System (UFMS)

01   011-03-01-01-02-2094-00-314-17202   Collection Litigation Automated Support
                                         System (CL


01   011-03-01-01-02-3155-00-402-12802   DOJ Rent Management System
                                         (DRMS)
01   011-03-01-02-02-2100-00-406-18402   AEGIS




01   011-03-01-02-02-3167-00-408-19702   TRAQ

01   011-03-01-03-01-1526-24-116-05401   Litigation Case Management Core
                                         Solution (LCMCS)




01   011-03-01-03-01-2714-00-115-04501   Joint Automated Booking System
                                         (JABS)




01   011-03-01-03-01-3153-00-407-19101   Consolidated Asset Tracking
                                         System(CATS)


01   011-03-01-03-02-2026-00-409-20502   NDIC Real-Time Analytical Intelligence
                                         Database (RAID)



01   011-03-01-03-02-2514-00-301-09102   OPR Case Management/Document
                                         Initiative



01   011-03-01-03-02-2703-00-116-05102   EOIR Automated Nationwide System for
                                         Immigration Review (ANSIR)
01   011-03-01-03-02-2807-00-315-17502   Senior Management Office Systems




01   011-03-01-03-02-3131-00-403-13502   Electronic Transmission of OARM
                                         Program Resumes


01   011-03-01-03-02-3175-00-403-22602   icomplaints



01   011-03-01-03-02-3176-00-405-14302   JMD PSS Interim Procurement System
                                         (PIPS)



01   011-03-01-05-01-2704-00-404-14201   EOIR eWorld



01   011-03-01-05-01-2706-00-410-20901   OFDT National Repository for Detention
                                         Space Avail
01   011-03-01-05-02-2048-00-408-19402   JMD/MPS Resource Management
                                         System (RMS)
01   011-03-01-05-02-2067-00-409-20502   Department of Justice Motor Vehicle
                                         Management System


01   011-03-01-05-02-2805-00-401-12002   Intranet Quorum - The Attorney
                                         General's Correspon
01   011-03-01-05-02-3163-00-202-07202   JMD Legislative History Digital Library




01   011-03-01-05-02-3180-00-401-11902   JMD Horizon Information System (HIS)




01   011-03-01-05-02-3181-00-401-11902   JMD Voyager Library Acquisitions
                                         System


01   011-03-01-10-01-1500-24-116-05401   Case Management Line of Business
                                         PMO




01   011-03-01-10-02-0225-00-401-12202   E-Travel Migration Project


01   011-03-01-10-02-2806-00-403-13502   JMD Automated Staffing/Recruitment

01   011-03-01-10-02-3032-00-403-23002   DOJ SES Performance Management
                                         System
01   011-03-01-10-04-0060-24-313-16904   E-Rulemaking
01   011-03-01-10-04-0100-24-301-09304   Business Gateway
01   011-03-01-10-04-0120-24-409-20504   Geospatial One Stop
01   011-03-01-10-04-0140-24-104-01004   E-Project Safecom

01   011-03-01-10-04-0220-24-406-18504   E-Travel

01   011-03-01-10-04-0230-24-410-20904   Integrated Acquisition Enterprise


01   011-03-01-10-04-0240-24-409-20404   E-Records Management
01   011-03-01-10-04-0250-24-409-20304   E-Authentication

01   011-03-01-10-04-1100-24-407-18804   Financial Management Line of Business

01   011-03-01-10-04-1200-24-408-19504   Human Resources Line of Business
01   011-03-01-10-04-1300-24-110-21904   Grants Management Line of Business
01   011-03-01-10-04-2532-24-104-01004   Disaster Management

01   011-03-01-10-04-2541-00-408-19604   JMD Justice Virtual University




01   011-05-01-01-02-2050-00-402-12502   USMS Financial Management IT S and
                                         E
01   011-05-01-03-01-2061-00-115-05001   OCDETF Fusion Center System


01   011-05-01-03-01-2513-00-116-05401   USA legacy case management systems




01   011-05-01-03-01-2801-00-116-05401   USA Victim Notification System



01   011-05-01-03-02-2030-00-116-05402   ATR Litigation Support Systems

01   011-05-01-03-02-2031-00-402-12402   Tax Division Case Management System

01   011-05-01-03-02-2032-00-116-05402   ATR Specific Case Assistance


01   011-05-01-03-02-2035-00-116-05402   ATR Other Management Information
                                         Systems
01   011-05-01-03-02-2043-00-404-14202   CRT- Interactive Case Management




01   011-05-01-03-02-2046-00-404-14202   ENRD Administrative Support Systems



01   011-05-01-03-02-2047-00-116-05302   CRT- Geographic Information System




01   011-05-01-03-02-2051-00-404-14202   ENRD Case Management System
                                         (CMS)



01   011-05-01-03-02-2052-00-116-05402   ENRD Automated Litigation Support
                                         (ALS)



01   011-05-01-03-02-2056-00-402-12402   Tax Division Administrative Systems

01   011-05-01-03-02-2065-00-116-05402   CIV - Automated Litigation Support
                                         (ALS)

01   011-05-01-03-02-2070-00-116-05402   CIV - Case Management (CASES)




01   011-05-01-03-02-2071-00-116-05402   CIV - Automated Records Tracking
                                         System (ARTS)
01   011-05-01-03-02-2076-00-402-12402   CRM Legal Research Tools

01   011-05-01-03-02-2077-00-402-12402   CRM Litigation Support




01   011-05-01-03-02-2092-00-116-05402   CRM Case Management




01   011-05-01-03-02-2507-00-116-05402   ATR Case Management Systems



01   011-05-01-03-02-2510-00-409-20402   EOUST Electronic Case Filing (ECF)




01   011-05-01-03-02-2512-00-404-13702   EOUST Automated Case Management
                                         System (ACMS)

01   011-05-01-03-02-2527-00-115-04502   USNCB Federal Local Information
                                         Sharing

01   011-05-01-03-02-2712-00-402-12702   EOUST Fee Information Collection
                                         System (FICS)
01   011-05-01-03-02-2713-00-404-14202   EOUST Miscellaneous Initiatives




01   011-05-01-03-02-2802-00-401-12302   OIG Investigations Data Management
                                         System/Investig
01   011-05-01-03-02-2803-00-401-12302   OIG Teammate
01   011-05-01-03-02-2804-00-404-14202   OIG Other mission applications

01   011-05-01-03-02-3002-00-404-14202   USNCB Application Programs


01   011-05-01-03-02-3102-00-404-13902   CRT- Automated Litigation Support



01   011-05-01-03-03-3183-00-403-23103   Tax Division Human Resources System
01   011-05-01-04-02-2027-00-115-04702   CRS CRSIS
01   011-05-01-05-02-2017-00-115-04602   USMS Automated Prisoner Scheduling
                                         System (APSS)

01   011-05-01-05-02-2708-00-115-99902   USMS Project 30 System

01   011-05-01-05-02-2710-00-115-04602   USMS Prisoner Tracking System (PTS)

01   011-05-01-05-02-2711-00-115-04402   USMS Warrant Information Network
                                         (WIN)
01   011-05-01-05-02-3048-00-115-04402   USMS Justice Detainee Information
                                         System (JDIS)
01   011-05-01-05-02-3165-00-404-13602   USMS IT Applications S and E
01   011-10-01-02-01-2809-00-115-04501   FBI CART
01   011-10-01-02-01-2810-00-111-03501   FBI - STAS



01   011-10-01-02-01-2812-00-115-04501   FBI MISI (R-DEx)



01   011-10-01-02-01-3024-00-115-04701   FBI Law Enforcement National Data
                                         Exchange (N-DEx)



01   011-10-01-02-01-3177-00-103-21101   FBI Terrorist Screening Center (TSC)

01   011-10-01-02-02-2055-00-404-14202   FBI Automated Case Support
01   011-10-01-02-02-2224-00-111-03302   FBI FTTTF Integration Support and Risk
                                         Assessment

01   011-10-01-02-02-2226-00-111-03302   FBI FTTTF Data Cleansing/Ingest


01   011-10-01-02-02-2506-00-404-14202   FBI Collaborative Capabilities
01   011-10-01-02-02-2811-00-111-03302   FBI Flight Candidate Training Program


01   011-10-01-02-02-3178-00-113-21502   FBI National Virtual Translation Center
                                         (NTVC)

01   011-10-01-03-01-2501-00-115-04501   FBI CODIS




01   011-10-01-03-01-2504-00-113-21401   FBI EDMS



01   011-10-01-03-01-2616-00-115-04601   FBI NICS

01   011-10-01-03-02-2018-00-404-14202   FBI Investigative Information Services


01   011-10-01-03-02-2037-00-115-04402   FBI National Name Check Program



01   011-10-01-03-02-2086-00-404-14202   FBI Telephone Analysis Application
                                         (TAA)
01   011-10-01-03-02-2087-00-115-04502   FBI Intelplus

01   011-10-01-03-02-2261-00-115-04602   FBI Internet Crime Complaint Center
                                         (IC3)

01   011-10-01-03-02-2267-00-111-03402   FBI Counter-Terrorism Reporting
                                         System on Suspicious Surveillance
                                         (CROSS)


01   011-10-01-03-02-3142-00-404-14202   FBI Laboratory Info Management
                                         System (LIMS)
01   011-10-01-04-01-2502-00-115-04501   FBI National Crime Information Center
                                         (NCIC)


01   011-10-01-04-01-2503-00-111-03401   FBI Digital Collection



01   011-10-01-04-01-2615-00-115-04601   FBI IAFIS / Next-Gen IAFIS



01   011-12-01-03-01-2088-00-115-04501   DEA Model 204 Corporate Systems
                                         (M204)



01   011-12-01-03-01-2604-00-115-05001   DEA Chemical Transaction Analysis
                                         System (CTRANS)


01   011-12-01-03-01-2608-00-115-04501   DEA CONCORDE




01   011-12-01-03-01-2609-00-115-05001   DEA E-Commerce-Controlled
                                         Substances Ordering Syst

01   011-12-01-03-01-2610-00-115-04501   DEA Online Investigations Project



01   011-12-01-03-01-2611-00-115-04501   DEA Laboratory Information
                                         Management System (LIMS


01   011-12-01-03-01-2612-00-115-04501   DEA Translation Transcription Support
                                         System

01   011-12-01-03-01-2613-00-115-05001   DEA Modernization Office of Diversion




01   011-12-01-03-01-2614-00-113-21501   DEA Speedway


01   011-12-01-03-01-3162-00-115-04501   DEA EPIC Information Systems (EIS)



01   011-12-01-03-02-2081-00-115-05002   DEA National Forensic Laboratory
                                         Information Syste



01   011-12-01-03-02-2603-00-113-21502   DEA NEDRS
01   011-12-01-03-02-2605-00-115-04502   DEA Digital Evidence Laboratory

01   011-12-01-03-02-2606-00-403-13502   DEA Polygraph Information Tracking
                                         System (PITS)



01   011-12-01-03-02-3017-00-115-04502   DEA NADDIS
                                         Modernization/Investigative Records




01   011-14-01-03-01-2258-00-115-04701   ATF Law Enforcement Information
                                         Sharing




01   011-14-01-03-01-2813-00-115-04501   ATF Firearms Integrated Technology




01   011-14-01-03-01-3115-00-115-04701   ATF NIBIN




01   011-20-01-01-01-2602-00-102-00501   BOP TRUFACS

01   011-20-01-05-01-2601-00-410-20701   FPI Millenium
01   011-20-01-05-01-2705-00-102-00501   BOP SENTRY
01   011-20-01-05-01-2709-00-102-00501   BOP Inmate Telephone System-II
01   011-20-01-05-02-3184-00-403-22202   BOP HRM Automation - Recruitment
01   011-20-01-05-02-3187-00-403-22402   BOP HR Automation - E-Training
01   011-20-01-05-03-3185-00-408-19803   BOP HR Automation - Recruitment LOB
                                         Migration Estimate
01   011-20-01-05-03-3186-00-408-23703   BOP HR Automation - E-Training LOB
                                         Migration Estimate
01   011-20-01-05-03-3188-00-408-19703   BOP HR Automation - E-Clearance LOB
                                         Migration Estimate
01   011-20-01-05-03-3189-00-403-13403   BOP HR Automation - E-Clearance

01   011-21-01-10-04-1316-24-110-21904   Grants.gov


02   011-00-02-00-02-0000-00-403-22402   USA on-line learning subscription

02   011-00-02-00-02-3179-00-405-14602   FBI Request Management System
                                         (RMS)

02   011-03-02-00-01-3168-00-304-10301   Consolidated Enterprise Infrastructure
                                         1_6_05




02   011-03-02-00-02-2101-00-404-14202   JMD Electronic Capital Planning and
                                         Investment Con
02   011-03-02-00-02-2242-00-404-13902   EOIR Miscellaneous Investments




02   011-03-02-00-02-3022-00-404-14002   EOIR IT Security
02   011-03-02-00-02-3033-00-404-13902   Justice.gov Web site




02   011-03-02-00-02-3034-00-404-14002   NDIC I.T. Security Program
02   011-03-02-00-02-3104-00-404-14002   Cyber Security Assessment and
                                         Management (CSAM)


02   011-03-02-00-04-1640-00-409-20504   Integrated Wireless Network (IWN)




02   011-04-02-00-02-2607-00-301-09302   USPC Decision Recording & Monitoring
                                         (DRAM)



02   011-05-02-00-02-2029-00-101-00202   CRS IT Program




02   011-05-02-00-02-2075-00-116-05402   ATR General Purpose Support System



02   011-05-02-00-02-2093-00-404-13902   USNCB OA/ENVOY


02   011-05-02-00-02-2217-00-404-14002   ENRD IT Security




02   011-05-02-00-02-3014-00-404-14002   CRT IT Security



02   011-05-02-00-02-3023-00-404-14002   USA IT Security/PKI
02   011-05-02-00-02-3036-00-404-14002   OIG IGNITE Security
02   011-05-02-00-02-3164-00-404-13902   USMS Infrastructure/OA/HelpDesk S
                                         and E
02   011-10-02-00-01-2064-00-401-12101   FBI SMIS
02   011-10-02-00-01-2904-00-404-14201   FBI Trilogy IMAT




02   011-10-02-00-01-2905-00-404-13901   FBI Trilogy O&M and TRP



02   011-10-02-00-01-2907-00-404-14201   FBI Information Assurance


02   011-10-02-00-02-2045-00-403-13102   FBI Administrative Application Support



02   011-10-02-00-02-2057-00-115-04402   FBI Analytical Tools




02   011-10-02-00-02-2069-00-305-10902   FBI Freedom of Information Privacy Act



02   011-10-02-00-02-2099-00-404-14102   FBI Records Management Application



02   011-10-02-00-02-2233-00-404-13902   FBI Contractor Support for Legacy

02   011-10-02-00-02-2237-00-401-12302   FBI Administrative Support


02   011-10-02-00-02-2241-00-404-14202   FBI Software Development Support




02   011-10-02-00-02-3139-00-401-12302   FBI Correspondence Management
                                         System (CMS)




02   011-12-02-00-01-2090-00-401-12101   DEA Security Workbench (SWB)




02   011-12-02-00-01-2269-00-113-21401   DEA Internet Investigation



02   011-12-02-00-02-2049-00-403-13102   DEA OPR Case Tracking System
                                         (OCTS)


02   011-12-02-00-02-2243-00-404-14102   DEA WEBCIMS
02   011-12-02-00-02-2244-00-403-13102   DEA Avue Digital Services




02   011-12-02-00-02-2245-00-401-11902   DEA Alliance Aviation Management
                                         System (AAMS)

02   011-12-02-00-02-2246-00-305-10902   DEA Electronic Freedom of Information
                                         System (E-FO




02   011-12-02-00-02-2247-00-108-02402   DEA Hazadous Waste Disposal System
                                         (HWDS)



02   011-12-02-00-02-2248-00-115-04502   DEA Lab Evidence Management
                                         System - Oracle (LEMS-O)




02   011-12-02-00-02-2250-00-305-10902   DEA WebSter
02   011-12-02-00-02-2251-00-404-13702   DEA Request for Information
                                         Technology Services System (RITS)



02   011-12-02-00-02-2252-00-401-12202   DEA Relo Track System




02   011-12-02-00-02-2253-00-403-13102   DEA Health Unit Medical Information
                                         System (HUMIS)



02   011-12-02-00-02-2511-00-116-05302   DEA Office of Administrative Law
                                         Judges Case Manag




02   011-12-02-00-02-2910-00-404-13602   DEA Rational Enterprise Suite

02   011-12-02-00-02-2912-00-402-12502   DEA BUCS
02   011-12-02-00-02-2918-00-404-13902   DEA Oracle Development Suite
02   011-12-02-00-02-3128-00-404-14202   DEA Communications Automated
                                         Profiling System (DEA-CAPS)
02   011-14-02-00-01-1660-00-409-20501   ATF Software Maintenance Program




02   011-14-02-00-02-2060-00-115-04502   ATF National Field Office Case
                                         Information System



02   011-14-02-00-02-2080-00-408-19602   ATF E-Training




02   011-21-02-00-02-3043-00-000-00002   OJP Security/PKI
03   011-03-03-00-01-1706-00-301-09201   Enterprise Architecture

03   011-05-03-00-02-1715-00-401-99902   OIG Enterprise Architecture and
                                         Planning
03   011-05-03-00-02-1719-00-116-05402   ATR IT_IRM Management
03   011-05-03-00-02-1721-00-404-99902   USA IT Program Management



03   011-05-03-00-02-3166-00-404-13702   USMS IT Management S and E


03   011-05-03-00-02-3170-00-404-14002   USMS IT Security S and E and Gen
                                         Secure Support
03   011-10-03-00-01-2063-00-304-10401   FBI Aurora




03   011-10-03-00-02-1710-00-304-10302   FBI Enterprise Architecture



03   011-10-03-00-02-2036-00-404-14202   FBI IT Investment Management




03   011-10-03-00-02-2040-00-404-14202   FBI Testbed/Methods and Standard




03   011-10-03-00-02-2041-00-401-12302   FBI Configuration Management




03   011-10-03-00-02-2042-00-401-12302   FBI CIO Enterprise Support
03   011-10-03-00-02-2083-00-401-12302   FBI Program Management Operations




03   011-10-03-00-02-3138-00-404-13902   FBI Continuity of Operations Policy
                                         (COOP)

03   011-12-03-00-02-1722-00-304-10202   DEA IT Capital Planning and Investment
                                         Control Pro

03   011-12-03-00-02-1724-00-404-13702   DEA IT Quality Management




03   011-12-03-00-02-2053-00-404-14202   DEA Data Warehouse Initiative

03   011-12-03-00-02-2054-00-404-13702   DEA ProcessMax

03   011-14-03-00-02-1705-00-311-15902   ATF Enterprise Architecture (EA)
                                         Configuration Man


03   011-20-03-00-02-2028-00-404-13902   BOP IRM Management
04   011-21-04-00-01-1810-00-404-13701   COPS Management System (CMS)




04   011-21-04-00-04-2534-00-115-04604   OJP - Grants Management System




                              Department of Labor

01   012-00-01-99-04-0120-24-409-20504   OASAM - DOL Share - Geospatial One-
                                         Stop (Federal PPI effort)
01   012-05-01-02-01-2025-00-404-14201   ETA - Enterprise Business Support
                                         System (EBSS) - FY 2001


01   012-05-01-02-02-0000-00-304-99902   ETA - Application Support Services
                                         [Prepared Workforce]
01   012-05-01-03-01-2035-00-112-03701   ETA - UI ADP Support-Equipment and
                                         Software
01   012-05-01-03-01-2045-00-119-06401   ETA - DFLC Automated Systems -
                                         FY2001


01   012-05-01-03-02-0000-00-304-10702   ETA - Application Support Services
                                         [Secure Workforce]
01   012-11-01-03-01-1010-00-112-03601   EBSA - FY2006 EFAST -- Employee
                                         Retirement Income Security Act Filing
                                         Acceptance System
01   012-11-01-03-02-0000-00-404-13802   EBSA - FY2006 Mission Critical Core IT
                                         Activities (Upgrades & Maintenance)
                                         (FY2006)



01   012-11-01-03-02-0000-00-404-13902   EBSA - FY2006 OTIS Application
                                         Support ( FY2006)


01   012-12-01-01-01-2065-00-112-03601   PBGC - Premium Accounting System


01   012-12-01-01-01-2075-00-402-12501   PBGC - Core Financial Systems



01   012-12-01-03-01-2075-00-112-03601   PBGC - Participant Services




01   012-12-01-03-02-0000-00-112-03602   PBGC - Economic Modeling

01   012-12-01-03-02-0000-00-112-03602   PBGC - Legal Management
01   012-12-01-03-02-0300-00-112-03602   PBGC - eFOIA

01   012-15-01-01-01-2015-00-112-03601   ESA - OWCP-Federal Employees'
                                         Compensation System (FECS)



01   012-15-01-01-01-2025-00-112-04001   ESA - OWCP-Black Lung Automated
                                         Support Package




01   012-15-01-01-01-2245-00-307-11601   ESA - WHD - Back Wage Financial
                                         System (BWFS)




01   012-15-01-01-01-2265-00-112-04001   ESA - OWCP Energy IT System (ECMS-
                                         Case Management; EPS-Processing
                                         System)


01   012-15-01-01-02-0000-00-112-04002   ESA - OWCP-Longshore Disbursement
                                         System (LDS)



01   012-15-01-01-02-0000-00-307-11602   ESA - WHD- Backwage Collection and
                                         Disbursement System (BCDS)
01   012-15-01-01-02-2135-00-307-11602   ESA - WHD - Civil Money Penalty
                                         System (CMP)




01   012-15-01-03-01-1020-00-119-06501   ESA - WHD - Wage Determination
                                         System (WDS)




01   012-15-01-03-01-2055-00-119-06501   ESA - OLMS - e.LORS




01   012-15-01-03-02-0000-00-112-03602   ESA - OWCP-Communications
                                         Redesign




01   012-15-01-03-02-0000-00-119-06502   ESA - WHD - Technology for Excellent
                                         Customer Service (TECS)



01   012-15-01-03-02-0000-00-119-06502   ESA - ESA-wide Application Support
                                         Services (Secure Workforce )

01   012-15-01-03-02-0000-00-402-12902   ESA - OWCP-Medical Utilization




01   012-15-01-03-02-0000-00-404-14202   ESA - ESA-wide Consolidated Program
                                         Mission Support


01   012-15-01-03-02-0000-00-404-14202   ESA - ESA-wide Enhanced ADP
                                         Systems Support




01   012-15-01-03-02-0000-00-405-14302   ESA - ESA-wide Microcomputer
                                         Replenishment


01   012-15-01-04-01-2255-00-119-06501   ESA - OFCCP - Redesign of the
                                         OFCCP Mission Critical Application K-
                                         OFIS


01   012-15-01-04-02-0000-00-119-06602   ESA - OFCCP - OFCCP Information
                                         System (OFIS)
01   012-15-01-04-02-0000-00-119-06602   ESA - ESA-wide Application Support
                                         Services (Quality Workforce )

01   012-15-01-04-02-0000-00-402-12402   ESA - OFCCP - Equal Opportunity (EO)
                                         Survey [2000]


01   012-18-01-04-01-2085-00-119-06601   OSHA - Implementation Acceleration/
                                         Enhanced Data Capabilities for IMIS
01   012-18-01-04-01-2115-00-119-06601   OSHA Technical Information Retrieval
                                         System (TIRS): dockets and tech.
                                         literature DMS
01   012-18-01-04-02-0000-00-119-06602   OSHA - Expert Advisors (E-Systems/E-
                                         Tools)



01   012-18-01-04-02-0000-00-301-09302   OSHA - Performance Tracking and
                                         Measurement System (OPTMS)
01   012-18-01-04-02-0000-00-403-22402   OSHA - Technology Enabled Training at
                                         OSHA's Training Institute (OTI)
                                         (Distance Learning)


01   012-18-01-04-02-0000-00-404-13902   OSHA - Help Desk



01   012-19-01-04-01-2085-00-119-06601   MSHA - Migration and Upgrade of
                                         Information Systems [FY1999]




01   012-19-01-04-02-0000-00-119-06402   MSHA - Web-based Training [FY 2005]




01   012-19-01-04-02-0000-00-119-06602   MSHA - Electronic Government
                                         [FY2006]


01   012-19-01-04-02-0000-00-404-13802   MSHA - Application Support Services
                                         (Quality Workplaces)



01   012-20-01-02-01-1025-00-315-18101   BLS - Modernize the Producer Price
                                         Index (PPI) and International Price
                                         Programs (IPP) and Systems



01   012-20-01-02-01-1035-00-315-18101   BLS - CES - Maintenance
01   012-20-01-02-01-1045-00-315-18101   BLS - CPS Maintenance




01   012-20-01-02-01-1055-00-315-18101   BLS - CPI Maintenance




01   012-20-01-02-01-1065-00-315-18101   BLS - IP - Maintenance




01   012-20-01-02-01-1075-00-315-18101   BLS - NCS Maintenance




01   012-20-01-02-01-1085-00-315-18101   BLS - Productivity Maintenance



01   012-20-01-02-02-0000-00-315-18102   BLS - Labor Force Statistics Systems

01   012-20-01-02-02-0000-00-315-18102   BLS - Generalized Systems System

01   012-20-01-02-02-0000-00-315-18102   BLS - Executive Direction Systems

01   012-20-01-02-02-0000-00-315-18102   BLS - Compensation and Working
                                         Conditions Systems

01   012-20-01-02-02-0000-00-315-18102   BLS - Productivity and Technology
                                         Systems
01   012-20-01-02-02-0000-00-315-18102   BLS - Management Information
                                         Systems System

01   012-20-01-02-02-0000-00-315-18102   BLS - Prices and Cost Of Living
                                         Systems
01   012-25-01-01-01-1010-00-402-12401   OCFO - DOLAR$ System Maintenance

01   012-25-01-01-01-1015-00-402-12401   OCFO - DOL New Core Financial
                                         Management System



01   012-25-01-01-01-1065-00-403-13201   OCFO - People Power

01   012-25-01-01-02-2525-00-402-12502   OCFO - e-travel


01   012-25-01-02-01-2405-00-404-14201   OIG - e-OIG Information Systems



01   012-25-01-02-02-0000-00-101-00302   VETS - 100 Reporting
01   012-25-01-02-02-0000-00-116-05402   SOL - Technology Support for Litigation




01   012-25-01-02-02-2615-00-119-06402   VETS - Electronic 1010 Form (USERRA
                                         Veterans Preference Complaint
                                         Submission System)
01   012-25-01-04-01-1095-00-202-07201   ODEP - DisabilityInfo.gov




01   012-25-01-04-01-2535-00-116-05101   DOL e-Judication [e-Gov Crosscut]




01   012-25-01-04-01-2545-00-408-19801   OASAM - e-Recruit




01   012-25-01-04-02-0000-00-116-05102   ALJ - CTS




01   012-25-01-04-02-0000-00-119-06402   VETS - USERRA
01   012-25-01-04-02-2605-00-403-23102   OASAM - Enterprise Human Resources
                                         Management Resources Integration
                                         (EHRI)
01   012-25-01-99-01-0020-24-112-03901   OASAM - GovBenefits




01   012-25-01-99-04-0060-24-313-16904   OASAM - DOL Share - Online
                                         Rulemaking (Federal PPI effort)
01   012-25-01-99-04-0100-24-312-16504   OASAM - DOL Share - Business
                                         Gateway
01   012-25-01-99-04-0220-24-406-18504   OASAM - DOL Share - E-Travel
                                         (Federal PPI effort)
01   012-25-01-99-04-0230-24-410-20904   OASAM - DOL Share - Integrated
                                         Acquisitions Management (Federal PPI
                                         effort)
01   012-25-01-99-04-0240-24-409-20404   OASAM - DOL Share - eRecords
                                         Management (Federal PPI effort)
01   012-25-01-99-04-0250-24-409-20304   OASAM - DOL Share - E-Authentication
                                         (Federal PPI effort)
01   012-25-01-99-04-1100-24-407-18704   LOB: Financial Management
01   012-25-01-99-04-1200-24-408-24404   LOB: Human Resource Management
01   012-25-01-99-04-1217-24-408-23704   OASAM - DOL Share - E-Training
                                         (Federal PPI effort)
01   012-25-01-99-04-1300-24-105-01104   LOB: Grants Management
01   012-25-01-99-04-1316-24-404-14204   OASAM - DOL Share - E-Grants
                                         (Federal PPI effort)
01   012-25-01-99-04-1500-24-315-17604   LOB: Case Management
02   012-00-02-00-02-2245-00-404-13802   ETA - Mission Critical Applications and
                                         General Customer Support
02   012-05-02-00-01-1010-00-402-12401   ETA - JC - SPAMIS



02   012-05-02-00-02-0000-00-404-14202   ETA - General and Customer Support
02   012-12-02-00-01-2155-00-404-13901   PBGC - IT Infrastructure




02   012-12-02-00-02-0000-00-401-12302   PBGC - Lotus Notes

02   012-18-02-00-02-0000-00-202-07002   OSHA - WEB
                                         Software/Maintenance/Development/En
                                         hancements



02   012-18-02-00-02-0000-00-404-13802   OSHA - Training and Documentation

02   012-18-02-00-02-0000-00-404-13802   OSHA - Operations and Maintenance


02   012-18-02-00-02-0000-00-404-13902   OSHA - Software Maintenance


02   012-18-02-00-02-0000-00-404-13902   OSHA - Hardware Maintenance


02   012-19-02-00-02-0000-00-404-14002   MSHA - Security and Privacy [FY2001]



02   012-20-02-00-01-2145-00-315-18101   BLS - LABSTAT Maintenance




02   012-20-02-00-02-0000-00-315-18102   BLS - General and Customer Support
                                         Systems and Services
02   012-25-02-00-01-1085-00-302-09501   OASAM - DOL - Emergency
                                         Management Center - COOP IMS




02   012-25-02-00-01-2005-00-312-16501   Enterprise Communications Initiative



02   012-25-02-00-01-2415-00-305-10801   OPA Call Center Initiative




02   012-25-02-00-01-2425-00-304-10701   OASAM - DOL Directory Service
02   012-25-02-00-01-2465-00-410-20601   OASAM - eProcurement

02   012-25-02-00-01-2485-00-305-10901   OASP - ELAWS (Employment Laws
                                         Assistance for Workers and Small
                                         Businesses)
02   012-25-02-00-01-2505-00-409-20301   OASAM - DOL Public Key Infrastructure
                                         (PKI) Initiative


02   012-25-02-00-01-2515-00-110-03201   OASAM - Enhancing the capabilities for
                                         electronic filing of Traumatic and
                                         Occupational Injury Claims
02   012-25-02-00-01-2555-00-404-14201   OASAM - Unified DOL Technology
                                         Infrastructure (UDTI)

02   012-25-02-00-01-2575-00-311-15701   OASAM - E-Budget System (EBS)




02   012-25-02-00-02-0000-00-301-09202   OIG - Protecting DOL Information
02   012-25-02-00-02-0000-00-303-09802   SOL - Equipment Purchase


02   012-25-02-00-02-0000-00-304-10702   OCFO - Systems Security
02   012-25-02-00-02-0000-00-308-14802   OIG - General Customer Support



02   012-25-02-00-02-0000-00-313-16902   OASAM - DOL E- Docket

02   012-25-02-00-02-0000-00-401-12302   OASAM - Secretary's Information
                                         Management System (SIMS)
02   012-25-02-00-02-0000-00-402-12402   OASAM - E-Property Management and
                                         Inventory Initiative




02   012-25-02-00-02-0000-00-403-22402   OASAM - Comprehensive IT Project
                                         Management Training and Certification
02   012-25-02-00-02-0000-00-404-13902   OASAM - General System and
                                         Customer Support
02   012-25-02-00-02-0000-00-409-20302   OASAM - E-Authentication (Smart
                                         Cards Implementation)
03   012-05-03-00-02-0000-00-404-14202   ETA - Planning and Control
03   012-12-03-00-01-2055-00-112-03601   PBGC - Paperwork Elmination (e-Gov)




03   012-12-03-00-02-0000-00-404-13702   PBGC - Enterprise Architecture and
                                         Systems Development LCM
03   012-19-03-00-02-0000-00-304-10302   MSHA - Enterprise
                                         Architecture/Planning and Control


03   012-20-03-00-02-0000-00-315-18102   BLS - Planning and Control Systems
03   012-25-03-00-01-2595-00-304-10301   OASAM - DOL-Wide Enterprise
                                         Architecture Program (EAP)




03   012-25-03-00-02-0000-00-304-10202   OASAM - CIO Activities



03   012-25-03-00-02-0000-00-304-10202   OASAM - Planning and Control

04   012-05-04-00-01-2495-00-119-06401   ETA - DOL eGrants


                              Department of State

01   014-00-01-01-01-1020-00-402-12501   Global Financial Management System
                                         (GFMS)




01   014-00-01-01-01-1146-00-403-13201   Consolidated American Payroll System
                                         (CAPPS) and Interagency ePayroll
                                         Migration
01   014-00-01-01-01-1148-00-402-12501   Central Financial Planning System



01   014-00-01-01-01-1228-00-401-12201   Travel Manager Program



01   014-00-01-01-01-1399-00-402-12501   Central Resource Management System
01   014-00-01-01-01-1510-00-407-18801   Joint Financial Management System




01   014-00-01-01-01-1531-00-403-13201   Worldwide Agency-wide Locally
                                         Engaged Staff Payroll (WALES Payroll)



01   014-00-01-01-02-1180-00-407-18702   ICASS Rebuild




01   014-00-01-01-02-1192-00-402-12502   International Affairs Database (IAD)



01   014-00-01-01-02-1277-00-403-13002   Retirement Systems




01   014-00-01-01-02-1603-00-402-12502   Domestic COTS
01   014-00-01-01-02-1605-00-402-12502   Financial Systems Support
01   014-00-01-02-01-1177-00-403-13101   IPMS




01   014-00-01-02-01-1464-00-408-19501   A/OPR E-Allowances




01   014-00-01-02-02-1140-00-401-18602   IMPACT Section 508 Initiative



01   014-00-01-03-01-1154-00-111-03301   Consular Lookout and Support System




01   014-00-01-03-01-1155-00-111-03301   Consular Support & Visa Applications



01   014-00-01-03-01-1206-00-111-03301   Passport Modernization System



01   014-00-01-03-02-1143-00-114-04102   American Citizen Services




01   014-00-01-04-01-1090-00-404-13901   E-Mail Operations




01   014-00-01-04-01-1185-00-114-04101   State Messaging and Archiving
                                         Retrieval Toolset (SMART)




01   014-00-01-04-01-1390-00-114-04101   Telegram System


01   014-00-01-04-02-1220-00-114-04102   Secretary's Worldwide Remote Email
                                         Network (WREN)


01   014-00-01-05-01-1130-00-405-14501   A/LM ILMS



01   014-00-01-05-01-1163-00-408-99901   Electronic Medical Record (EMR)
01   014-00-01-05-01-1199-00-114-04101   Content Management System




01   014-00-01-05-01-1244-00-404-13901   Retooling E-Government Across
                                         Changing Horizons (REACH) Business
                                         Case

01   014-00-01-05-01-1350-00-401-11901   IRMS Operations and Maintenance

01   014-00-01-05-01-1398-00-114-04301   Defense Trade Application System




01   014-00-01-05-02-0014-00-404-13802   A/EX Operations IT Support

01   014-00-01-05-02-0370-00-114-04102   Treaty Information Management System
                                         (TIMS)
01   014-00-01-05-02-1166-00-404-14202   Enterprise Information Portal (EIP)



01   014-00-01-05-02-1174-00-404-14102   A/RPS Diplomatic Information
                                         Infrastructure Systems

01   014-00-01-05-02-1193-00-404-13902   Intranet Services (e*Phone)



01   014-00-01-05-02-1223-00-114-04102   STARS - Secretariat Tracking and
                                         Retrieval System


01   014-00-01-05-02-1224-00-305-10902   State Department Web Site


01   014-00-01-05-02-1226-00-403-13302   STMS



01   014-00-01-05-02-1233-00-114-04102   Web-Based F-77 Reporting System




01   014-00-01-05-02-1236-00-405-14302   A/OPE Procurement Executive IT
                                         Support

01   014-00-01-05-02-1262-00-113-99902   INRISS



01   014-00-01-05-02-1355-00-114-04102   Integrated Document Management and
                                         Analysis System (IDMAS)

01   014-00-01-05-02-1367-00-305-10902   Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs
                                         Support
01   014-00-01-05-02-1373-00-114-04102   TOMIS



01   014-00-01-05-02-1378-00-404-14202   Promoting Interagency Connectivity
                                         (SIPRNET/OSIS)




01   014-00-01-05-02-1412-00-113-21502   INR Research Systems




01   014-00-01-05-02-1413-00-401-12002   A/EX Corporate IT Services

01   014-00-01-05-02-1421-00-401-12002   Operations Support Branch (OS)



01   014-00-01-05-02-1456-00-302-09502   Continuity of Operations




01   014-00-01-05-02-1462-00-405-14502   Logistics Re-engineering Application



01   014-00-01-05-02-1466-00-405-14502   A/LM Logisitics Management IT Support

01   014-00-01-05-02-1492-00-114-04102   Exchanges Data System (EDS)


01   014-00-01-05-02-1601-00-114-04102   Legal Documents System

01   014-00-01-05-02-1602-00-114-04202   Humanitarian Information Unit



01   014-00-01-05-02-2031-00-403-13302   FSI Corporate Applications

01   014-00-01-05-02-2039-00-403-13302   FSI Information Technology Training




01   014-00-01-05-02-2040-00-403-13302   Online Learning Infrastructure Support
01   014-00-01-06-01-1222-00-404-14001   Certification and Accreditation


01   014-00-01-06-02-1606-00-302-09502   State Secure Infrastructure
                                         Management System (SSIMS)



01   014-00-01-07-02-1272-00-404-13802   DS Mission Support Applications
01   014-00-01-07-02-1326-00-403-13402   DS Security Management and
                                         Background Investigations




01   014-00-01-07-02-1328-00-115-04502   DS Investigations and Engineering
                                         Infrastructure

01   014-00-01-07-02-1377-00-115-04502   DS Eagle


01   014-11-01-05-02-1528-00-404-14202   L Records Management


01   014-99-01-99-04-0020-24-112-03904   Gov-Benefits
01   014-99-01-99-04-0060-24-313-16904   E-Rulemaking
01   014-99-01-99-04-0100-24-409-20304   Business Gateway
01   014-99-01-99-04-0120-24-409-20504   Geospatial One-Stop
01   014-99-01-99-04-0220-24-406-18504   E-Travel
01   014-99-01-99-04-0230-24-410-20904   Integrated Acq
01   014-99-01-99-04-0240-24-409-20404   E-Records Management
01   014-99-01-99-04-0250-24-409-20304   E-Authentication
01   014-99-01-99-04-1030-00-405-14604   Joint Acquisition And Assistance
                                         Management System
01   014-99-01-99-04-1100-24-407-18704   FM LoB
01   014-99-01-99-04-1200-24-408-24404   HR LOB
01   014-99-01-99-04-1300-24-110-21904   Grants LoB
01   014-99-01-99-04-1316-24-110-21904   Grants.gov
02   014-00-02-00-01-1100-00-404-13901   Global Network


02   014-00-02-00-01-1211-00-404-13901   Voice Technology

02   014-00-02-00-01-1221-00-404-13901   Secure Voice Program




02   014-00-02-00-01-1227-00-404-13901   Post Telephones

02   014-00-02-00-01-1470-00-404-13901   PDNet


02   014-00-02-00-01-1800-00-404-13901   Global IT Modernization



02   014-00-02-00-02-1391-00-404-14202   Video Collaboration

02   014-00-02-00-02-1526-00-404-13602   Public Diplomacy Development Network




02   014-00-02-00-02-1532-00-404-13902   Contingency Inmarsat Refresh



02   014-00-02-00-02-6235-00-409-20202   Diplomatic Telecommunication Service
03   014-00-03-00-01-1518-00-311-15901   Joint State/USAID Enterprise
                                         Architecture
03   014-00-03-00-02-1300-00-404-14002   Information Assurance Program



03   014-00-03-00-02-1380-00-304-10202   IT Capital Planning Support

03   014-00-03-00-02-1381-00-304-10302   IT Enterprise Architecture
04   014-00-04-00-02-1294-00-114-04102   Grants Reporting System




                    Agency for International Development

01   184-15-01-01-01-1000-00-402-12401   Financial System Integration - Phoenix




01   184-15-01-01-01-1001-00-402-12401   Financial & Mixed Financial Systems
                                         Maintenance




01   184-15-01-01-01-1030-00-405-14601   Procurement System Improvement
                                         Project




01   184-15-01-01-01-1510-00-407-18801   Joint Financial Management System




01   184-15-01-01-04-0230-24-410-20904   E-Gov Initiative - Integrated Acquisition
                                         Environment
01   184-15-01-01-04-1032-00-410-20904   Joint Acquisition and Assistance
                                         Management System (JAAMS)


01   184-15-01-02-01-1040-00-403-22201   Automated Personnel - E-Recruitment



01   184-15-01-02-01-1050-00-403-22401   E-Gov Initiative - E-Learning

01   184-15-01-02-04-1100-24-407-18704   FMLOB
01   184-15-01-02-04-1200-24-408-24404   HRLOB
01   184-15-01-02-04-1217-24-408-23704   E-Gov Initiative - E-Training

01   184-15-01-02-04-1218-24-408-23504   Automated Personnel - One-Stop
                                         Recruitment
01   184-15-01-02-04-1221-24-408-19504   E-Gov Initiative - E-Payroll
01   184-15-01-02-04-1300-24-110-21904   GrantsLOB
01   184-15-01-03-02-1060-00-202-07202   Global Tracking Network - GTN


01   184-15-01-04-01-1061-00-402-13301   Executive Information System




01   184-15-01-04-02-1065-00-404-14202   Knowledge for Development



01   184-15-01-04-02-1070-00-404-13802   Small/Other Administrative Systems




01   184-15-01-04-04-0120-24-409-20504   E-Geospatial One Stop



01   184-15-01-04-04-0220-24-406-18504   E-Gov Initiative - E-Travel

02   184-15-02-01-01-2000-00-404-13901   Steady State IT Infrastructure




02   184-15-02-01-02-2020-00-404-13902   Small/Other Infrastructure



02   184-15-02-01-02-2021-00-409-20202   USAID/DOS IT Infrastructure
                                         Collaboration




02   184-15-02-01-02-2023-00-403-13402   E-Clearance




02   184-15-02-01-02-2024-00-404-13902   IT Technology Modernization




02   184-15-02-01-04-0250-24-409-20304   E-Authentication

03   184-15-03-01-01-3000-00-311-15901   Business Systems Modernization
                                         Through Enterprise Architecture

03   184-15-03-01-02-3010-00-404-13702   Small/Other Enterprise Architecture
03   184-15-03-01-02-3011-00-404-13702   Joint Enterprise Architecture



04   184-15-04-00-04-1316-24-110-21904   E-Grants


                         Department of Transportation

01   021-00-01-00-04-1100-24-407-18704   FMLOB
01   021-00-01-00-04-1221-24-408-19504   E-Payroll
01   021-00-01-00-04-1300-24-110-21904   GrantsLOB
01   021-00-01-00-04-1316-24-110-21904   Grants.gov
01   021-04-01-01-01-1126-00-407-18701   DOTXX072: DOT Financial System
                                         Consolidation



01   021-04-01-14-01-1020-00-118-06101   DOTXX044: DOT Interfaces to
                                         International Trade Data System (ITDS)
                                         (DHS OMB # 024-50-01-12-01-11-0000)

01   021-04-01-14-01-1270-00-408-24401   OSTXX017: Consolidated Pers. Manag.
                                         Inf. System (CPMIS)



01   021-04-01-14-02-3010-00-116-05502   OSTXX037: DOCKET



01   021-04-01-14-02-3250-00-304-10502   DOTXX068: DOT Procurement
                                         Consolidation
01   021-04-01-14-02-3260-00-403-22402   DOTXX073a: DOT Training
                                         Consolidation (Non-major)


01   021-04-01-14-02-3270-00-313-17002   DOTXX100: Rulemaking Management

01   021-04-01-14-04-0010-24-117-05804   DOTXX060 Recreation One-Stop
                                         (Partner DOI - OMB # 010-00-01-33-01-
                                         1020-00)
01   021-04-01-14-04-0060-24-313-16904   DOTXX047: E-Gov: On Line
                                         Rulemaking and Management (Partner
                                         EPA OMB # 020-99-01-99-04-00-0624-
                                         313169)
01   021-04-01-14-04-0100-24-105-01104   DOTXX063: E-Gov - Business Gateway (Part of E-gov initiative (015-XX-01-XX-04-0010-24



01   021-04-01-14-04-0220-24-406-18504   DOTXX059 e-Travel (Partner GSA OMB
                                         # 023-00-01-0601-00-2224)

01   021-04-01-14-04-0230-24-410-20904   DOTXX058: Integrated Acquisition
                                         Environment (Partner GSA OMB # 023-
                                         99-01-99-01-00-2324-410209)
01   021-04-01-14-04-0240-24-409-20404   DOTXX064: E-Records Management -
                                         Part of E-gov initiative (NARA 015-xx-01-
                                         xx-04-0024-24-315-181)
01   021-04-01-14-04-0250-24-409-20304   DOTXX061: e- Authentication (Partner
                                         GSA OMB # 023-99-01-99-01-0025-24-
                                         409-203)

01   021-04-01-14-04-1217-24-408-23704   DOTXX055: e-Training (Partner OPM
                                         OMB # 027-99-01-99-01-00-1724-
                                         404196)
01   021-04-01-17-01-1100-00-404-14101   DOTXX052: Enterprise Document
                                         Management (EDM)




01   021-04-01-17-02-3450-00-118-06102   OSTXX010: WEB CASE
                                         MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (WebCMS)


01   021-04-01-17-02-3460-00-105-01102   OSTXX011: DISADVANTAGED
                                         BUSINESS ENTERPRISE (DBE)

01   021-04-01-17-02-3470-00-101-00302   OSTXX012: EXTERNAL CASE
                                         TRACKING SYSTEM (XTRAK)
01   021-04-01-17-02-3480-00-404-14202   OSTXX014: OST IT Applications
                                         Support - OSTOO014 has been
                                         incorporated into this initiative


01   021-04-01-17-02-3490-00-403-13102   OSTXX038: Human Resources
                                         Information System

01   021-04-01-17-02-3730-00-313-17002   OSTXX062: Information Collection
                                         Tracking System



01   021-04-01-17-03-3990-00-403-23103   DOTXX056a: Enterprise HR Integration -
                                         Migration Cost

01   021-04-01-17-04-1200-24-408-24404   DOTXX056: HR LOB(Partrner OPM
                                         OMB # 027-99-01-00-1924-XXXXXX)


01   021-12-01-01-01-1080-00-402-12401   FAAXX228: COST ACCOUNTING
                                         SYSTEM

01   021-12-01-11-01-1010-00-118-06001   FAAXX002: Display System
                                         Replacement (DSR)



01   021-12-01-11-01-1020-00-118-06001   FAAXX032: Terminal Automation
                                         Replacement System (STARS)



01   021-12-01-11-01-1030-00-118-06001   FAAXX038: Operational and
                                         Supportability Implementation System
                                         (OASIS)
01   021-12-01-11-01-1040-00-118-06001   FAAXX251: Enroute Automation
                                         Program: Host & Oceanic Computer
                                         System Replacement (HOCSR)


01   021-12-01-11-01-1120-00-118-06001   FAAXX601: En Route Communications
                                         Gateway (ECG)




01   021-12-01-11-01-1130-00-118-06001   FAAXX600: Oceanic Automation
                                         System: Advanced Technologies and
                                         Oceanic Procedures (ATOP)

01   021-12-01-11-01-1150-00-118-06001   FAAXX504: En Route Automation
                                         Modernization (ERAM)




01   021-12-01-11-01-1160-00-118-06001   FAAXX607: Terminal Automation Mod.
                                         & Rep. (TAMR)



01   021-12-01-11-01-1170-00-118-06001   FAAXX605: Collaborative Decision
                                         Making (CDM)




01   021-12-01-11-01-1180-00-118-06001   FAAXX608: Traffic Flow Mgmt
                                         Modernization (TFMM)




01   021-12-01-11-01-1190-00-118-06001   FAAXX603: Traffic Mgmt Advisor-Single
                                         Cntr (TMA)



01   021-12-01-11-01-1200-00-118-06001   FAAXX604: User Request Eval Tool
                                         (URET)



01   021-12-01-11-02-3020-00-118-06002   FAAXX474: Terminal Automation:
                                         Interim Tower Displays


01   021-12-01-11-02-3030-00-118-06002   FAAXX025: HOST COMPUTER
                                         SOFTWARE SUPPORT (ATS/A0S)




01   021-12-01-11-02-3050-00-118-06002   FAAXX472: Terminal Automation:
                                         Terminal Sustainment
01   021-12-01-11-02-3070-00-401-12102   FAAXX485: Facility Security Reporting
                                         System (FSRS)

01   021-12-01-11-02-3100-00-118-06002   FAAXX232: National Aerospace System
                                         Aeronautical Information Management
                                         Enterprise System: OPERATIONAL
                                         DATA MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
                                         (ODMS) [ARA/ASU]

01   021-12-01-11-02-3120-00-118-06002   FAAXX084: INSTRUMENT APPROACH
                                         PROCEDURE AUTOMATION (IAPA)
                                         (ATO, AVN) (BUDGET: 2D12 CIP: A-
                                         14)
01   021-12-01-11-02-3130-00-118-06002   FAAXX249: Digital Bright Radar
                                         Indicator Tower Equipment (DBRITE)



01   021-12-01-11-02-3150-00-118-06002   FAAXX428: Host Interface
                                         Device/Natioinal Airspace Sys. Local
                                         Area Network (HIDNASLAN)



01   021-12-01-11-02-3200-00-118-06002   FAAXX505: Enroute Automation:
                                         Enroute Enhancements ARA/AUA



01   021-12-01-11-02-3210-00-118-06002   FAAXX506: Enroute Automation:
                                         Enroute System Modifications ARA/AUA


01   021-12-01-11-02-3220-00-118-06002   FAAXX510: Air Traffic Services
                                         Business Model(ATSBM) (ATS,ATX)


01   021-12-01-11-02-3230-00-401-11902   FAAXX512: Facility, Service and
                                         Equipment Profile (FSEP) (ATS,AOP)



01   021-12-01-11-02-3240-00-118-06002   FAAXX514: National Airspace
                                         Performance Reporting System
                                         (NAPRS) (ATS,AOP)

01   021-12-01-11-02-3250-00-304-10702   FAAXX515: National Airspace System
                                         Performance Analysis System
                                         (NASPAS) (ATS,AOP)
01   021-12-01-11-02-3260-00-118-06002   FAAXX513: Maintenance Monitoring
                                         System (MMS) (ATS,AOP)


01   021-12-01-11-02-3270-00-118-06002   FAAXX245: VOICE RECORDER
                                         REPLACEMENT PROGRAM (VRRP)




01   021-12-01-11-02-3280-00-404-14002   FAAXX516: National Offload Program
                                         (NOP) ATS/ATX
01   021-12-01-11-02-3290-00-118-06002   FAAXX517: Operational Data Store
                                         (ODS) (ATS,AOP)


01   021-12-01-11-02-3300-00-118-06002   FAAXX519: AIR TRAFFIC SERVICES
                                         (ATS) NATIONAL DATA CENTER.
                                         (NDS)


01   021-12-01-11-02-3310-00-118-06002   FAAXX530: Automated Distribution
                                         System (ADS) ATS/AVN


01   021-12-01-11-02-3330-00-118-06002   FAAXX287: AIR/GROUND
                                         COMMUNICATIONS RFI ELIMINATION
                                         (RFI) (ARA/AND) (CIP-06)



01   021-12-01-11-02-3350-00-401-11902   FAAXX537: DEVCONDOR Database
                                         System (DEVCONDOR) ATS/AVN

01   021-12-01-12-01-1030-00-118-06001   FAAXX445: FAA Telecommunications
                                         Infrastructure (FTI)



01   021-12-01-12-02-3010-00-118-06002   FAAXX150: Aeronautical Data Link
                                         Applications: Controller-Pilot Data Link
                                         Communications (CPDLC)

01   021-12-01-12-02-3130-00-118-06002   FAAXX201: Terminal Automation:
                                         TOWER DATA LINK SERVICES
                                         (TDLS) - Aeronautical Data Link -
                                         Replacement




01   021-12-01-12-02-3150-00-404-13902   FAAXX330: Administrative
                                         Telecommunications - Local
                                         Telecommunication Services


01   021-12-01-12-02-3160-00-404-13902   FAAXX407: Aeronautical Center Leased
                                         Telecomm (voice/data) (ARC/AMC)

01   021-12-01-12-02-3170-00-118-06002   FAAXX486: Consolidated Switch
                                         Telecommunication Service (CSTS)
                                         (Inactive)


01   021-12-01-12-02-3180-00-118-06002   FAAXX064: VOICE
                                         TELECOMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM
                                         (VTS) (ATS/AOP)
01   021-12-01-12-02-3190-00-118-06002   FAAXX070: TELECOMMUNICATIONS
                                         INFORMATION MANAGEMENT
                                         SYSTEM (TIMS)
01   021-12-01-12-02-3200-00-404-13902   FAAXX081: AGENCY DATA
                                         TELECOMMUNICATIONS NETWORK
                                         (ADTN2000)
01   021-12-01-12-02-3210-00-118-06002   FAAXX151: DATA MULTIPLEXING
                                         NETWORK (DMN) (ARA/AND) (CIP-11)


01   021-12-01-12-02-3240-00-118-06002   FAAXX097: SPECTRUM
                                         ENGINEERING AUTOMATION
                                         PROGRAM (ATS/ASR)




01   021-12-01-12-02-3250-00-118-06002   FAAXX162: RADIO CONTROL
                                         EQUIPMENT (RCE) (ARA/AND) (CIP-
                                         04)



01   021-12-01-12-02-3280-00-118-06002   FAAXX255: Alaskan NAS Interfacility
                                         Communications System (ANICS)
                                         Satelite Network

01   021-12-01-12-02-3300-00-118-06002   FAAXX258: FAA Telecommunications
                                         Satelite (FAATSAT)


01   021-12-01-12-02-3310-00-118-06002   FAAXX259: GULF OF MEXICO
                                         COMMUNICATIONS
                                         /Navigations/Surveillance (CNS)


01   021-12-01-12-02-3320-00-118-06002   FAAXX286: COMMUNICATIONS
                                         FACILITIES ENHANCEMENT/LIMITED
                                         RADIO REPLACEMENT (CIP-06)


01   021-12-01-12-02-3340-00-118-06002   FAAXX331: Aeronautical Information
                                         System (AIS) (Leased A & B Service
                                         (LABS))

01   021-12-01-12-02-3350-00-118-06002   FAAXX333: Aeronautical Radio,
                                         Incorporated (ARINC)



01   021-12-01-12-02-3360-00-118-06002   FAAXX337: ASOS Interagency (NWS)



01   021-12-01-12-02-3370-00-404-13902   FAAXX339: COMPUNETIX Operations
                                         Facility Communications Capability
                                         (INACTIVE)
01   021-12-01-12-02-3390-00-404-13902   FAAXX343: Federal
                                         Telecommunications System (FTS2000,
                                         2001)


01   021-12-01-12-02-3400-00-118-06002   FAAXX344: International
                                         Telecommunications
01   021-12-01-12-02-3410-00-118-06002   FAAXX346: Low-Density Radio
                                         Communications Link (LDRCL)
01   021-12-01-12-02-3420-00-118-06002   FAAXX347: Leased Interfacility NAS
                                         Communications System (LINCS) -
                                         Operational Comm - (per OMB - this is
                                         a lease; therefore, it is small/others)
01   021-12-01-12-02-3440-00-118-06002   FAAXX349: National Airspace Data
                                         Interchange Network (NADIN)


01   021-12-01-12-02-3450-00-118-06002   FAAXX350: NIIS




01   021-12-01-12-02-3460-00-118-06002   FAAXX352: Oceanic Data Link (ODL)

01   021-12-01-12-02-3470-00-118-06002   FAAXX353: Radio Communications Link
                                         (RCL)
01   021-12-01-12-02-3490-00-118-06002   FAAXX447: Band Width Manager
                                         (BWM)



01   021-12-01-14-01-1050-00-118-06001   FAAXX612: System Approach for Safety
                                         Oversight (SASO)(AVR), Incorporates:
                                         FAAXX029; FAAXX161; FAAXX166;
                                         FAAXX270; FAAXX277; FAAXX278;
                                         FAAXX280; FAAXX416; FAAXX418;
                                         FAAXX420; and FAAXX444

01   021-12-01-14-01-1060-00-118-06001   FAAXX159: Voice Switching and
                                         Control System (VSCS)



01   021-12-01-14-01-1070-00-118-06001   FAAXX610: ASKME, incorporates:
                                         FAAXX196, FAAXX264, FAAXX471,
                                         FAAXX487


01   021-12-01-14-01-1130-00-118-06001   FAAXX309: NAS Infrastructure
                                         Management System (NIMS)


01   021-12-01-14-02-3030-00-118-06002   FAAXX024: AIR TRAFFIC
                                         OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT
                                         SYSTEM (ATOMS)

01   021-12-01-14-02-3040-00-118-06002   FAAXX071: VIDEO
                                         TELECONFERENCE SYSTEM
                                         (ATS/AOP)


01   021-12-01-14-02-3050-00-301-09102   FAAXX029: AIRMEN/AIRCRAFT
                                         REGISTRY MODERNIZATION
                                         PROJECT (AVR/AFS)
01   021-12-01-14-02-3060-00-118-06002   FAAXX042: AVIATION SAFETY
                                         REPORTING PROGRAM (ASRS)



01   021-12-01-14-02-3065-00-405-14502   FAAXX615: Logistics Combined Reg'l
                                         Mgmt Sys (L-CRM
01   021-12-01-14-02-3070-00-404-14102   FAAXX227: CERTIFICATION &
                                         COMPLIANCE MGMT. INFO.
01   021-12-01-14-02-3070-00-404-14202   FAAXX165: COMPUTER BASED
                                         INSTRUCTION (CBI) TRAINING
                                         SYSTEM [ARC/AMC]



01   021-12-01-14-02-3080-00-118-06002   FAAXX179: NATIONAL AIRSPACE
                                         INFORMATION MONITORING
                                         SYSTEM (NAIMS)




01   021-12-01-14-02-3090-00-109-02602   FAAXX481: Software Engineering R&D




01   021-12-01-14-02-3100-00-118-06002   FAAXX322: Computer Aided
                                         Engineering Graphics Replacement
                                         (CAEG)


01   021-12-01-14-02-3110-00-403-22402   FAAXX403: Aviation Training Network
                                         (ATN

01   021-12-01-14-02-3120-00-403-22402   FAAXX402: Training Modernization




01   021-12-01-14-02-3130-00-305-11102   FAAXX469: Freedom of Information Act
                                         National Tracking System (FOIA-NTS)



01   021-12-01-14-02-3155-00-403-22202   FAAXX613: Human Rel's Combined
                                         Reg'l Mgmt (HR-CRMS)
01   021-12-01-14-02-3160-00-402-12502   FAAXX614: Financial Combined Reg'l
                                         Mgmt Sys (F-CRM
01   021-12-01-14-02-3220-00-118-06002   FAAXX086: MAINTENANCE
                                         MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (MMS)
                                         EXECUTIVE NODE (ATS/AOP)




01   021-12-01-14-02-3240-00-118-06002   FAAXX160: SUSTAINING BACKUP
                                         EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS
                                         (BUEC) (ARA/AND) (CIP-09)
01   021-12-01-14-02-3300-00-118-06002   FAAXX268: INTEGRATED FLIGHT
                                         QUALITY ASSURANCE
                                         (IFQA)(AVR/AFS)



01   021-12-01-14-02-3380-00-404-13902   FAAXX291: Security Information
                                         Reference System (SIRS). This
                                         investment has been archived.

01   021-12-01-14-02-3385-00-118-06002   FAAXX088: OBSTRUCTION
                                         EVALUATION ANALYSIS PROGRAM
                                         (ATS/ASR)


01   021-12-01-14-02-3390-00-118-06002   FAAXX323: Airport Cable Loop System



01   021-12-01-14-02-3410-00-118-06002   FAAXX415: Advanced Qualification
                                         Program Document Management
                                         System (AQPDMS)



01   021-12-01-14-02-3420-00-403-22202   FAAXX621: Consolidated AT Applicant
                                         Trking (CATAT)


01   021-12-01-14-02-3470-00-403-22402   FAAXX461: Web-delivered Training



01   021-12-01-14-02-3490-00-404-14202   FAAXX500: FAA Metadata Repository
                                         (MDR)
01   021-12-01-14-02-3655-00-401-11902   FAAXX532: AIRNAV



01   021-12-01-14-02-3665-00-108-02502   FAAXX544: ESIS ATS/AFZ



01   021-12-01-14-02-3695-00-301-09302   FAAXX547: FACTS ATS/AVN



01   021-12-01-14-02-3700-00-306-11402   FAAXX541: IFP ATS/AVN




01   021-12-01-14-02-3740-00-401-11902   FAAXX617: Investigations Trcking Sys
                                         (ITS)

01   021-12-01-14-02-3750-00-404-14202   FAAXX618: Web Based Dangerous
                                         Goods Trcking (WebDG
01   021-12-01-14-02-3760-00-405-14402   FAAXX215: LOGISTICS AND
                                         INVENTORY SYSTEM (LIS)
                                         COMPUTERIZED DISPATCH SYSTEM
                                         (CDS) [ARC/AMC]




01   021-12-01-14-02-3765-00-403-13402   FAAXX619: FAA ID Media Sys (FIMS)




01   021-12-01-14-02-3830-00-404-14202   FAAXX611: Aviation Safety Analysis
                                         System (ASAS)(AVR), incorporates:
                                         FAAXX030; FAAXX052; FAAXX062;
                                         FAAXX063; FAAXX163: FAAXX221;
                                         FAAXX265; FAAXX266; FAAXX276;
                                         FAAXX282 and FAAXX413
01   021-12-01-14-02-3860-00-304-10602   FAAXX511: Cru-X/LDR ATS/ATX


01   021-12-01-14-02-3880-00-304-10202   FAAXX520: REGIS



01   021-12-01-14-02-3890-00-403-13102   FAAXX588 - EEO Tracking


01   021-12-01-14-02-3900-00-304-10202   FAAXX546: LEASE INFORMATION
                                         MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (LIMS)
                                         ATS/AFZ



01   021-12-01-14-02-3920-00-118-06002   FAAXX534: Automated Reproduction
                                         System (ARS) ATS/AVN
01   021-12-01-14-02-3940-00-118-06002   FAAXX531: Production Control System
                                         (PCS) ATS/AVN


01   021-12-01-14-02-3950-00-401-11902   FAAXX542: Inventory Logistics &
                                         Maintenance (ILM) ATS/AVN



01   021-12-01-14-02-3960-00-401-11902   FAAXX533: APTS ATS/AVN




01   021-12-01-15-01-1010-00-118-06001   FAAXX169: Wide Area Augmentation
                                         System (WAAS) [See FAAXX702)
01   021-12-01-15-01-1020-00-118-06001   FAAXX155: NEXT GENERATION VHF
                                         AIR/GROUND COMMUNICATIONS
                                         (NEXCOM) (Segment 1) (ARA/AND)
                                         (CIP-21)


01   021-12-01-15-02-3030-00-118-06002   FAAXX318: Instrument Landing System


01   021-12-01-15-02-3040-00-118-06002   FAAXX319: Approach Lighting System
                                         Improvement Program (ALSIP)




01   021-12-01-15-02-3050-00-118-06002   FAAXX320: Runway Visual Range
                                         (RVR)



01   021-12-01-15-02-3060-00-118-06002   FAAXX321: Distance Measuring
                                         Equipment (DME)



01   021-12-01-15-02-3070-00-118-06002   FAAXX326: Replace VASI With PAPI




01   021-12-01-15-02-3080-00-118-06002   FAAXX327: VHF Omnidirectional Radio
                                         Range with DME: VOR/TACAN Network
                                         Plan


01   021-12-01-15-02-3180-00-118-06002   FAAXX244: ENHANCED TERMINAL
                                         VOICE SWITCH (ETVS) (COMBINED
                                         WITH TERMINAL VOICE SWITCH
                                         REPLACEMENT (TVSR))
01   021-12-01-15-02-3230-00-118-06002   FAAXX154: NAS RECOVERY
                                         COMMUNICATIONS (RCOM)
                                         (ARA/AND) (C-18)



01   021-12-01-17-01-1010-00-401-11901   FAAXX543: Logistics Support Systems
                                         and Facilities: Asset Supply Chain
                                         Management (ASCM): ATO-W



01   021-12-01-17-01-1040-00-403-22201   FAAXX078: SELECTIONS WITHIN
                                         FASTER TIMES (SWIFT) - AHR



01   021-12-01-17-02-3020-00-301-09302   FAAXX072: AGC INFORMATION
                                         RESOURCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
                                         (IRMS)
01   021-12-01-17-02-3040-00-405-14502   FAAXX096: RESOURCE TRACKING
                                         PROGRAM (RTP) (ATS,ANS)(Replaces
                                         the Regional Project Mgt. Sys. (rpms))



01   021-12-01-17-02-3050-00-407-18802   FAAXX116: EMPLOYEE EXPRESS
                                         (EE) - AHR



01   021-12-01-17-02-3080-00-407-18802   FAAXX203: WORKERS'
                                         COMPENSATION INFORMATION
                                         SYSTEM (WCIS) - AHR
01   021-12-01-17-02-3100-00-407-18802   FAAXX206: AUTOMATED
                                         CORRESPONDENCE EXPRESS (ACE)

01   021-12-01-17-02-3110-00-402-12902   FAAXX207: DIRECTIVES
                                         MANAGEMENT INFORMATION
                                         SYSTEM (DMIS)

01   021-12-01-17-02-3120-00-404-13902   FAAXX026: NATIONAL AVIATION
                                         SAFETY DATA ANALYSIS CENTER
                                         (NASDAC)
01   021-12-01-17-02-3140-00-407-18802   FAAXX229: ABA OPERATIONS
                                         SUPPORT SYSTEMS


01   021-12-01-17-02-3150-00-407-18802   FAAXX230: ABA CROSS-SYSTEM
                                         INITIATIVES
01   021-12-01-17-02-3160-00-307-11702   FAAXX297: ABA COLLECTION
                                         SYSTEMS


01   021-12-01-17-02-3180-00-402-12702   FAAXX303: ABA Acquisition and
                                         Payment Systems


01   021-12-01-17-02-3210-00-402-12502   FAAXX360: AWP - Consolidated
                                         Uniform Payroll System (CUPS)
                                         Aggregated under FAAXX614.

01   021-12-01-17-02-3230-00-402-12502   FAAXX362: AWP- Relocation Income
                                         Tax Allowance (RITA)
01   021-12-01-17-02-3250-00-402-12502   FAAXX364: AWP- Workload
                                         Tracking/Airline Ticket Refund
                                         (WT/ATR) - initiative being sunset due
                                         to Delphi (OSTXX001)
01   021-12-01-17-02-3410-00-403-22202   FAAXX622: Greentree Employment
                                         System

01   021-12-01-17-02-3680-00-401-11902   FAAXX539: Digital Aeronautical
                                         Database System (DADS) ATS/AVN



01   021-12-01-17-02-3690-00-401-11902   FAAXX535: Center &
                                         Terminal/TRACON Mapping Automation
                                         Program (CMAP/TMAP) ATS/AVN
01   021-12-01-17-02-3920-00-403-23102   FAAXX623: electronic Official Employee
                                         Record (eOE


01   021-12-01-17-03-3190-00-403-22203   FAAXX358: AWP-Consolidated
                                         Personnel Management Information
                                         System (CPMIS) Aggregated under
                                         FAAXX613.
01   021-12-01-17-03-3220-00-405-14503   FAAXX361: AWP Personal Property
                                         Inventory Management System
                                         (PPIMS). Aggregated under FAAXX615.

01   021-12-01-17-03-3260-00-402-12503   FAAXX367: AWP- LDR Entry System.
                                         Aggregated under FAAXX614.



01   021-12-01-17-03-3300-00-402-12503   FAAXX372: AWP-Government
                                         Transportation Request (GTR).
                                         Aggregated under FAAXX614.



01   021-12-01-20-01-1010-00-118-06001   FAAXX459: ASR-9/Mode-S
                                         Sustainment/SLEP


01   021-12-01-20-01-1020-00-118-06001   FAAXX294: ATC Beacon Interrogator
                                         Replacement (ATCBI-R)



01   021-12-01-20-01-1040-00-118-06001   FAAXX248: Airport Surface Detection
                                         Equipment - Mode X (ASDE-X) Surface
                                         Surveillance


01   021-12-01-20-01-1160-00-118-06001   FAAXX224: Terminal Radar Digitizing,
                                         Replacement, and Establishment
                                         (TRDER) [ASR-11]

01   021-12-01-20-02-3030-00-118-06002   FAAXX295: Precision Runway Monitor
                                         (PRM)



01   021-12-01-20-02-3050-00-118-06002   FAAXX457: Runway Incursion
                                         Reduction Program (RIRP)




01   021-12-01-21-01-1010-00-118-06001   FAAXX016: Integrated Terminal
                                         Weather System (ITWS)



01   021-12-01-21-01-1020-00-118-06001   FAAXX216: Weather and Radar
                                         Processor (WARP)
01   021-12-01-21-01-1030-00-118-06001   FAAXX013: Automated Surface
                                         Observing System / Automated Weather
                                         Observation System (ASOS/AWOS)


01   021-12-01-21-02-3020-00-118-06002   FAAXX239: LOW LEVEL WIND SHEAR
                                         ALERT SYSTEM (LLWAS) -
                                         UPGRADE/Sustain/Disposal


01   021-12-01-21-02-3030-00-118-06002   FAAXX240: TERMINAL DOPPLER
                                         WEATHER RADAR (TDWR) & TDWR
                                         PRODUCT IMPROVEMENTS



01   021-12-01-21-02-3040-00-118-06002   FAAXX241: WEATHER SYSTEMS
                                         PROCESSOR (WSP)



01   021-12-01-21-02-3050-00-118-06002   FAAXX307: Next Generation Weather
                                         Radar (NEXRAD) - Open System
                                         Upgrades

01   021-12-01-21-02-3060-00-118-06002   FAAXX509: Medium Intensity Airport
                                         Weather System (MIAWS) ATS/ATB



01   021-12-01-21-02-3190-00-118-06002   FAAXX502:Corridor Integrated Weather
                                         System (CIWS): Aviation Weather
                                         Services Improvements



01   021-12-01-21-02-3430-00-118-06002   FAAXX348: Meteorological Data
                                         Collection & Reporting System
                                         (MDCRS) (part of ARINC)



01   021-12-01-21-02-3480-00-118-06002   FAAXX355: World Area Forecast
                                         System (WAFS)


01   021-15-01-14-01-1160-00-404-14001   FHWAX034 User Profile and Access
                                         Control System (UPACS)


01   021-15-01-14-01-1230-00-118-06101   FHWAX026: National Bridge Inventory -
                                         part of last year Exh. 53 # 01-2025

01   021-15-01-14-02-3005-00-118-06102   FHWAX071: FHWA Environmental
                                         Stewardship Applications

01   021-15-01-14-02-3015-00-118-06102   FHWAX090 Roadway Hardware
                                         Management System
01   021-15-01-14-02-3025-00-118-06102   FHWAX089 Tunnel Management
                                         System, Phase II
01   021-15-01-14-02-3035-00-118-06102   FHWAX088 Rolling Wheel
                                         Deflectometer
01   021-15-01-14-02-3045-00-118-06102   FHWAX302: FLH Structural Data
                                         Management System



01   021-15-01-14-02-3055-00-105-01302   FHWAX059: Appalacian Development
                                         Highway Cost Estimate System (ADHS)




01   021-15-01-14-02-3075-00-118-06102   FHWAX301: FLH Mapping and
                                         Stereoplotter Systems

01   021-15-01-14-02-3085-00-118-06102   FHWAX072: FHWA Organizational
                                         Excellence Applications

01   021-15-01-14-02-3095-00-118-06102   FHWAX065: Travel Information System
                                         (TIS)



01   021-15-01-14-02-3105-00-305-10902   FHWAX036: FHWA Web Development
                                         and Support Services
01   021-15-01-14-02-3115-00-118-06102   FHWAX300: FLH CAD Software and IT
                                         CAD Support
01   021-15-01-14-02-3135-00-118-06102   FHWAX077 Congestion Mitigation and
                                         Air Quality System (CMAQ)


01   021-15-01-14-02-3145-00-118-06102   FHWAX305: FLH Roadway Inventory
                                         System
01   021-15-01-14-02-3165-00-118-06102   FHWAX073 FHWA Mobility Applications

01   021-15-01-14-02-3175-00-118-06102   FHWAX080 Environmental Document
                                         Tracking System (EDTS)



01   021-15-01-14-02-3180-00-404-14202   FHWAX028: KNOWLEDGE
                                         MANAGEMENT




01   021-15-01-14-02-3185-00-118-06102   FHWAX312 Materials Lab Management



01   021-15-01-14-02-3190-00-118-06102   FHWAX022: HIGHWAY
                                         PERFORMANCE MONITORING
                                         SYSTEM


01   021-15-01-14-02-3195-00-304-10702   FHWAX025: Highway Policy
                                         Development and Planning Support
01   021-15-01-14-02-3200-00-304-10702   FHWAX023: HIGHWAY STATISTICS




01   021-15-01-14-02-3370-00-403-22402   FHWAX035: Learning and Development
                                         System (LADS)

01   021-15-01-14-02-3550-00-108-02302   FHWAX027: PLANNING &
                                         ENVIRONMENT CORE BUSINESS
                                         UNIT SUPPORT


01   021-15-01-14-02-3560-00-118-06102   FHWAX029: SAFETY IT PROGRAM

01   021-15-01-14-02-3610-00-304-10702   FHWAX042 Drivers License Smart
                                         System

01   021-15-01-14-02-3620-00-304-10702   FHWAX043 Motor-Vehicle Smart
                                         System

01   021-15-01-14-02-3640-00-118-06102   FHWAX055 Travel Mode Improvement
                                         Program Outreach




01   021-15-01-14-02-3650-00-118-06102   FHWAX054 Telus




01   021-15-01-14-02-3660-00-118-06102   FHWAX053 TRANSIMS



01   021-15-01-14-02-3670-00-118-06102   FHWAX052 Bridge Management Lab
                                         Support
01   021-15-01-14-02-3680-00-118-06102   FHWAX051 Accelerated Construction
                                         Techniques

01   021-15-01-14-02-3690-00-118-06102   FHWAX046 Highway Economic
                                         Requirements System-State Version
                                         (HERS-ST)
01   021-15-01-14-02-3705-00-118-06102   FHWAX045 Highway Needs and
                                         Investment Analytical Software


01   021-15-01-14-02-3710-00-304-10702   FHWAX044 Motor Fuel and Highway
                                         Trust fund Attribution Smart System


01   021-15-01-17-01-1020-24-408-23501   DOTXX057: Recruitment -
                                         Roads/QuickHire (Partner with OMB#
                                         027-00-01-99-01-0018-24-408-198)

01   021-15-01-17-02-3070-00-304-10702   FHWAX307: Project Management
                                         Systems - Eastern FLH

01   021-15-01-17-02-3090-00-304-10202   FHWAX067: FHWA CPIC Program &
                                         Planning
01   021-15-01-17-02-3740-00-119-06402   FHWAX009: E-Learning Custom
                                         Course Development (Go-Learn)
                                         (Partner OPM Go-Learn OMB#
                                         02799019901001724404196)


01   021-15-01-17-02-3760-00-304-10702   FHWAX306: FLH Engineers Estimate
                                         and Field Management System
                                         (Renamed it was AASHTO* Transport)

01   021-15-01-17-02-3765-00-118-06102   FHWAX057: RD&T Programmming
                                         Support
01   021-15-01-17-02-3770-00-118-06102   FHWAX062: Financial Analysis System -
                                         Highways (FASH) (formerly Highway
                                         Finance Headquarters Analysis Tool)
01   021-15-01-17-02-3775-00-301-09302   FHWAX058 Accounts Data Warehouse




01   021-15-01-17-02-3780-00-304-10702   FHWAX081 Shared Unit Performance
                                         Plans (SUPPS)
01   021-15-01-17-02-3785-00-118-06102   FHWAX313 - Management Information
                                         System (MIS) (CFL)




01   021-15-01-17-02-3790-00-306-11402   FHWAX079 Directives Data Base
                                         (DDS)



01   021-15-01-17-02-3795-00-402-12502   FHWAX076 Administrative Funds
                                         Information System (AFIS)


01   021-15-01-17-02-3800-00-304-10702   FHWAX092 Benefit-Cost Analysis for
                                         Asset Management
01   021-15-01-17-02-3810-00-118-06102   FHWAX060: FHWA Bid Price Trends
                                         Data (FHWA-45's)


01   021-15-01-17-02-3820-00-303-09702   FHWAX083 Legislative Implementation
                                         Plan Tracking System (LIPS)


01   021-15-01-17-02-3825-00-306-11402   FHWAX069: FHWA RuleTrack System
01   021-15-01-17-02-3830-00-304-10102   FHWAX091 Life-Cycle Cost Analysis
                                         (LCCA)

01   021-15-01-17-02-3840-00-304-10702   FHWAX304: FLH Management
                                         Information System



01   021-15-01-17-02-3850-00-304-10702   FHWAX308 - Project Management
                                         Systems - Central FLH


01   021-15-01-17-02-3860-00-305-10802   FHWAX087 Freedom of Information
                                         Request Log System (FOIA)
01   021-15-01-17-02-3870-00-304-10602   FHWAX066: FHWA Organizational
                                         Information System (FOIS)


01   021-15-01-17-02-3880-00-304-10702   FHWAX309 - Project Management
                                         Systems - Western FLH


01   021-15-01-17-02-3890-00-304-10702   FHWAX063: Request Tracking System
                                         (RTS) - Previously called ITRTS



01   021-15-01-17-02-3900-00-118-06102   FHWAX314 - Construction Management

01   021-15-01-17-02-3910-00-118-06102   FHWAX070: FHWA Document
                                         Management System
01   021-15-01-17-02-3930-00-118-06102   FHWAX311 -Database and Application
                                         Support (Eastern FLH)

01   021-15-01-17-02-3940-00-118-06102   FHWAX061: FHWA Materials and
                                         Labor Usage (FHWA-47's)


01   021-15-01-17-02-3950-00-403-23202   FHWAX082 Personnel Reporting
                                         System (PRS)


01   021-15-01-17-02-3970-00-403-23202   FHWAX085 Consolidated Personnel
                                         management Information System
                                         (CPMIS) Reporting System
01   021-15-01-17-02-3980-00-303-09702   FHWAX078 Correspondence Tracking
                                         System (CTS)


01   021-15-01-17-02-3990-00-118-06102   FHWAX084 Management Services
                                         Division (MSD)




01   021-15-01-20-02-3060-00-118-06002   FAAXX458: Airport Surface Movement
                                         Detection (ASDE) Service Life
                                         Extension Program (SLEP)
01   021-17-01-14-01-1280-00-115-04601   FMCSA009: FMCSA Modernization
                                         Project (merged from FMCSA004, 005,
                                         006, 007, and components of 008)



01   021-17-01-14-02-3205-00-118-06102   FMCSA006: Website Development and
                                         Maintenance (Merged from components
                                         of FMCSA001, FMCSA002, and FMC
                                         (ARCHIVED)


01   021-17-01-14-02-3210-00-404-14202   FMCSA005: IT Field Systems Support
                                         (Merged from components of
                                         FMCSA002 and FMCSA003)
01   021-17-01-14-02-3230-00-402-12402   FMCSA002: SAFETYNET Software &
                                         Field Systems Support (merged into
                                         FMCSA005 and 006)



01   021-17-01-14-02-3980-00-402-12402   FMCSA001: MCMIS




01   021-17-01-19-02-3100-00-304-10202   FMCSA007: Process Improvement
                                         Support (Merged from components of
                                         FMCSA002 and FMCSA003)
01   021-17-01-19-02-3150-00-118-06102   FMCSA004: MCMIS (Merged from
                                         FMCSA001 and components of
                                         FMCSA003)


01   021-18-01-14-01-1170-00-118-06101   NHTSA020: Artemis




01   021-18-01-14-01-1260-00-305-10801   NHTSA305: Auto Safety Hotline
                                         [Merged NHTSA023: Apropos &
                                         NHTSA019: Auto Safety Hotline]

01   021-18-01-14-02-3140-00-118-06102   NHTSA022: Electronic Data Collection
                                         System (EDCS) [Merged with
                                         NHTSA004 to create NHTSA304]


01   021-18-01-14-02-3150-00-118-06102   NHTSA021: Teleprocessing &
                                         Timesharing Services for the NDR
                                         program [Merged with NHTSA001 to
                                         create NHTSA301] (INACTIVE)

01   021-18-01-14-02-3810-00-118-06102   NHTSA023: Apropos Contact
                                         Management System [Merged with
                                         NHTSA019 to create NHTSA305]



01   021-18-01-16-02-3010-00-306-11402   NHTSA008: VEHICLE RESEARCH
                                         AND TEST CENTER (VRTC)
                                         COMPUTER SYSTEM [Merged into
                                         DOT Infrastructure]



01   021-18-01-19-01-1010-00-118-06101   NHTSA009: Fatality Analysis Reporting
                                         System (FARS)




01   021-18-01-19-01-1020-00-118-06101   NHTSA027: Compliance Automated
                                         Reporting System II (CARSII)
01   021-18-01-19-01-1030-00-118-06101   NHTSA301:Teleprocessing and
                                         Timesharing Services for the NDR
                                         Program (Merged NHTSA001 &
                                         NHTSA021)

01   021-18-01-19-01-1040-00-118-06101   NHTSA304: EDS (Merged NHTSA004 &
                                         NHTSA022)




01   021-18-01-19-02-3070-00-402-12402   NHTSA026: Motor Vehicle Importation
                                         System (MVII)




01   021-18-01-19-02-3110-00-118-06102   NHTSA006: Compliance Information
                                         Management System (CCMIS) [Merged
                                         with NHTSA016 to create NHTSA303]
01   021-18-01-19-02-3130-00-118-06102   NHTSA307: State Data Program




01   021-27-01-17-02-3060-00-304-10202   FRAXX305: Capital Planning Support




01   021-27-01-17-02-3600-00-301-09302   FRAXX307 - CCM - Controlled
                                         Correspondence Management




01   021-27-01-19-01-1050-00-118-06101   FRAXX310 - Automated Track
                                         Inspection Program Information System
                                         (ATIP/IS)



01   021-27-01-19-01-1060-00-118-06101   FRAXX014: RAILROAD SAFETY
                                         INFORMATION SYSTEM (RSIS)


01   021-27-01-19-01-1070-00-118-06101   FRAXX315: Toll Free Emergency
                                         Notification System (ENS)



01   021-27-01-19-02-3010-00-301-09302   FRAXX012: THE RAIL WAYBILL
                                         SYSTEM
01   021-27-01-19-02-3020-00-118-06102   FRAXX013: FRA RAILROAD
                                         NETWORK GEOGRAPHIC
                                         INFORMATION SYSTEM


01   021-27-01-19-02-3040-00-118-06102   FRAXX311 - Railroad Safety Advisory
                                         Committee (RSAC)
01   021-27-01-19-02-3050-00-118-06102   FRAXX313 - Post-Accident
                                         Toxicological Testing (PATT)


01   021-27-01-19-02-3060-00-118-06102   FRAXX314 - Web-based Grade
                                         Crossing Decision Support System
                                         (GradeDEC.Net)



01   021-27-01-19-02-3140-00-301-09302   FRAXX023: ENFORCEMENT CASE
                                         SYSTEM (ECS)



01   021-36-01-14-01-1040-00-118-06101   FTAXX003: NATIONAL TRANSIT
                                         DATABASE (NTD)




01   021-36-01-14-02-3480-00-305-10902   FTAXX010 Public Web Integration



01   021-36-01-14-02-3780-00-302-09402   FTAXX009: SAFETY DATA BASE




01   021-36-01-14-02-3820-00-101-00202   FTAXX011 New Starts Management
                                         System (Fast Track)



01   021-40-01-15-02-3110-00-118-06202   SLSDC001: AIS/GPS Project




01   021-50-01-14-01-1100-00-108-02501   RSPAX008: HAZARDOUS MATERIALS
                                         INFORMATION SYSTEM (HMIS)

01   021-50-01-14-01-1210-00-118-06101   RSPAX013: Safety Monitoring and
                                         Reporting Tool (SMART)




01   021-50-01-14-02-3970-00-104-01002   RSPAX015: Disaster Management
                                         (Partner DHS OMB # 361-00-01-03-01-
                                         1360-00) (INACTIVE)
01   021-50-01-14-04-1010-00-301-09104   DOTXX099: Intermodal Hazardous
                                         Materials DBMS
01   021-50-01-19-01-1070-00-118-06101   RSPAX018: National Pipeline Mapping
                                         System (NPMS)



01   021-56-01-14-02-3570-00-301-09202   OIGXX001: Transportation Inspector
                                         General Reporting (TIGR)



01   021-61-01-14-02-3405-00-402-12402   STBXX001: UNIFORM RAIL COSTING
                                         SYSTEM AND WAYBILLS (URCS)




01   021-61-01-17-02-3590-00-402-12402   STBXX002: CASE MANAGEMENT
                                         SYSTEM




01   021-64-01-14-01-1090-00-105-01101   BTSXX008: BTS Mid Tier Server/Airline
                                         Report Data Information System




01   021-64-01-14-01-1220-00-305-10901   BTSXX004: Intermodal Transportation
                                         Data Base

01   021-64-01-14-04-0120-24-409-20504   BTSXX010: Geospatial Information One-
                                         Stop (Managing Partner Interior - 010-
                                         00-01-05-01-0012-24-202-164)


01   021-64-01-17-01-1080-00-305-10901   BTSXX005: Internet and Intranet
                                         Operations

01   021-70-01-14-02-3400-00-404-13902   MARAD009: OMB/DOT Enterprise
                                         Solutions (Formally Infrastructure
                                         Investments)

01   021-70-01-17-02-3030-00-404-14202   MARAD006: Mission Solutions
                                         formerly(Maritime Information Sharing
                                         System)

02   021-04-02-00-01-1130-00-404-14201   DOTXX070: DOT IT Consolidation




03   021-04-03-00-01-1010-00-304-10301   DOTXX074: DOT Enterprise
                                         Architecture Consolidation




03   021-04-03-00-02-3500-00-311-15802   OSTXX039: electronic Capital Planning
                                         Investment Control (eCPIC)
04   021-04-04-00-01-1326-24-301-09301   DOTXX071: DOT eGrants Consolidation




04   021-12-04-00-02-3050-00-118-06002   FAAXX260: National Plan of Integrated
                                         Airport Sys This is being merged
                                         w/FAAXX225




                            Department of Treasury

01   015-00-01-13-01-1226-24-408-22201   HR Connect




01   015-00-01-13-02-2001-00-402-12502   Treasury CPIC Tool - Treasury Wide


01   015-04-01-14-01-1001-00-115-04701   Secure Outreach Network, including
                                         Transition of Gateway Customers
01   015-04-01-14-01-1003-00-115-04701   Patriot Act Communications
                                         System(PACS) E-Filing and Alerts




01   015-04-01-14-01-1005-00-115-04701   BSA Direct




01   015-04-01-14-02-1002-00-115-04702   Advanced Technologies to Enhance
                                         Analytical Capabilities

01   015-04-01-14-02-1006-00-115-04702   Egmont
01   015-05-01-01-02-1102-00-402-12402   (FARS) Financial Analysis & Reporting
                                         System applications




01   015-05-01-01-02-4805-00-402-12402   Federal Financial System (FFS)/RMS &
                                         Replacement - DO




01   015-05-01-11-02-4812-00-407-19202   Foreign Credit Reporting System
                                         (FCRS) - DO




01   015-05-01-13-02-1064-00-404-14102   Electronic Records Management -
                                         Treasury-wide




01   015-05-01-13-02-4823-00-404-14102   Automated Records Management - DO


01   015-05-01-13-02-4827-00-404-14202   CIO Administration & CIO Council
                                         Support - Treasury-wide




01   015-05-01-13-02-4906-00-401-12102   TIGTA Wireless Management
                                         Communications



01   015-05-01-13-04-0050-24-315-18004   Free-file
01   015-05-01-13-04-0060-24-313-16904   Treasury E-Rulemaking
01   015-05-01-13-04-0100-24-105-01104   Business Gateway
01   015-05-01-13-04-0120-24-409-20504   Geospatial One-Stop
01   015-05-01-13-04-0220-24-406-18504   Treasury E-Travel

01   015-05-01-13-04-0230-24-410-20904   Treasury Integrated Acquistion

01   015-05-01-13-04-0240-24-409-20404   E-records
01   015-05-01-13-04-0250-24-409-20304   Treasury E-Authentication

01   015-05-01-13-04-1100-24-407-18704   FMLOB
01   015-05-01-13-04-1200-24-408-24404   HRLOB
01   015-05-01-13-04-1217-24-408-23704   E-training
01   015-05-01-13-04-1300-24-110-21904   GrantsLOB
01   015-05-01-13-04-1316-24-110-21904   Grants.gov
01   015-10-01-14-01-1030-00-407-18901   CP&R Replacement Project (Treasury
                                         Check Information System (TCIS)) IT
                                         Plan/Budget Submission FRB Option



01   015-10-01-14-01-1050-00-307-11601   Debt Management Accounting System
                                         (DMAS) Information Technology
                                         Plan/Budget Submission
01   015-10-01-14-01-1060-00-307-11601   Debt Management Servicing Center
                                         (redeveloped as FedDebt) Information
                                         Technology Plan/ Budget Submission




01   015-10-01-14-01-1090-00-407-18701   GOALS II Information Technology
                                         Plan/Budget Submission
01   015-10-01-14-01-1120-00-407-19201   Governmentwide Accounting and
                                         Reporting Modernization (GWA)
                                         Information Technology Plan/Budget
                                         Submission




01   015-10-01-14-01-1140-24-402-12601   PACER On-Line Information
                                         Technology Plan/Budget Submission




01   015-10-01-14-01-1150-00-407-18901   Payment Application Modernization -
                                         This investment has requested
                                         rebaselining approval in FY05 & is
                                         returning to the planning phase of its
                                         lifecycle.




01   015-10-01-14-01-1180-00-315-17501   Secure Payment System (SPS)
                                         Information Technology Plan/Budget
                                         Submission
01   015-10-01-14-01-1190-00-307-11601   Treasury Offset Program Information
                                         Technology Plan/Budget Submission




01   015-10-01-14-01-1210-00-314-17401   Pay.gov


01   015-10-01-14-02-1200-00-402-12402   Treasury Receivable, Accounting, and
                                         Collection System (TRACS) Information
                                         Technology Plan/Budget Submission




01   015-13-01-14-02-2001-00-307-11602   TTB’s e-Government solution




01   015-20-01-01-02-0002-00-402-12402   BEP Financial Systems Maintenance
01   015-25-01-01-01-1004-00-402-12801   Mint COINS ERP System




01   015-25-01-11-01-1000-00-305-10901   Mint Internet, Intranet, and Extranet
01   015-25-01-11-01-1002-00-307-11801   Mint e-Business Solutions Project (e-
                                         SP)



01   015-35-01-01-01-1126-24-407-18701   Oracle Federal Financials System




01   015-35-01-01-02-1009-00-402-12402   Administrative Support Systems


01   015-35-01-14-01-1001-00-407-18701   Invest One




01   015-35-01-14-01-1002-00-402-12801   TreasuryDirect




01   015-35-01-14-01-1004-00-402-12401   Public Debt Accounting and Reporting
                                         System (PARS)


01   015-35-01-14-01-1005-00-402-12401   Savings Bond Replacement System
                                         (SaBRe)


01   015-35-01-14-01-1006-00-407-18701   Special Purpose Securities System
                                         (SPSS)

01   015-35-01-14-02-1011-00-402-12402   Transaction Support Systems
01   015-35-01-14-02-1013-00-402-12902   Program and Management Support
                                         Systems




01   015-45-01-01-01-2257-00-401-12201   Travel Reimbursement and Accounting
                                         System (TRAS) - BAC 99




01   015-45-01-01-01-2261-00-402-12401   Interim Revenue Accounting Control
                                         System (IRACs) - BAC 99



01   015-45-01-01-01-2425-00-307-11601   Financial Management Information
                                         Systems (FMIS)




01   015-45-01-01-01-4678-00-407-19201   Custodial Accounting Project (CAP)



01   015-45-01-01-01-4688-00-407-12401   Integrated Financial System/CORE
                                         Financial System (IFS)




01   015-45-01-01-02-2213-00-402-12502   Automated Financial System (AFS)-
                                         BAC 99



01   015-45-01-01-02-2321-00-401-11902   Facilities (FIRM, FRPS, QSMS)-SR6M6




01   015-45-01-01-02-2428-00-405-14602   Integrated Procurement System (IPS) -
                                         SPD06
01   015-45-01-11-01-2216-00-315-18001   Integrated Submission and Remittance
                                         Processing System (ISRP)



01   015-45-01-11-01-2218-00-315-18001   Integrated Data Retrieval System
                                         (IDRS) - BAC 99




01   015-45-01-11-01-2225-00-315-18001   Integrated Customer Communications
                                         Environment (ICCE)




01   015-45-01-11-01-4691-00-315-18001   e-services




01   015-45-01-11-01-4706-00-305-10801   Customer Account Management (CAM) -
                                         Individual and Self-Assistance Model
01   015-45-01-11-02-2214-00-315-18002   Centralized Inventory Distribution
                                         System (CIDS) - BAC 99



01   015-45-01-11-02-2240-00-315-18002   Statistics of Income (SOI)-SMF36



01   015-45-01-11-02-2375-00-315-18002   Corporate Files On-Line (CFOL) RTFOL




01   015-45-01-11-02-2376-00-315-18002   Corporate Files On-Line (CFOL) DDB




01   015-45-01-11-02-2377-00-315-18002   Corporate Files On-Line (CFOL)
                                         NAP/OLE
01   015-45-01-11-02-2378-00-315-18002   Corporate Files On-Line (CFOL)
                                         NSF/KIF




01   015-45-01-11-02-2379-00-315-18002   Corporate Files On-Line (CFOL)
                                         SCAP/SCOP




01   015-45-01-11-02-2380-00-315-18002   Corporate Files On-Line (CFOL)
                                         BMFOL/EMFOL




01   015-45-01-12-01-2219-00-404-13601   Integrated Collection System (ICS)-
                                         BAC 99


01   015-45-01-12-01-2221-00-115-04501   Electronic Fraud Detection System
                                         (EFDS) Exhibit 300



01   015-45-01-12-01-2265-00-315-18001   Counsel Automated Systems
                                         Environment (CASE)




01   015-45-01-12-02-2126-00-315-18002   Issue Management Systems (IMS)


01   015-45-01-12-02-2170-00-315-18002   Excise Files Information Retrieval
                                         System (ExFIRS)


01   015-45-01-12-02-2195-00-315-18002   LMSB Issue Based Management
                                         Information System




01   015-45-01-12-02-2227-00-315-18002   RGS Enhancements



01   015-45-01-12-02-2232-00-307-11602   Integrated Insolvency Systems


01   015-45-01-12-02-2292-00-315-18002   Automated Substitute for Return (ASFR)-
                                         SR3B6


01   015-45-01-12-02-2331-00-315-18002   Interest and Penalty Program
01   015-45-01-13-02-2134-00-301-09102   Taxpayer Advocate Service
                                         Management Information and Control
                                         Systems (TAMIS)



01   015-45-01-13-02-2153-00-315-18002   ISY Support for Business Programs
01   015-45-01-13-02-2158-00-315-18002   Criminal Investigation Management
                                         Information System (CIMIS)



01   015-45-01-13-02-2165-00-315-18002   Desktop Integration (Common Desktop)




01   015-45-01-13-02-2166-00-315-18002   Remittance Transaction Research
                                         System (RTR)




01   015-45-01-13-02-2178-00-304-10402   Business Performance Management
                                         System


01   015-45-01-13-02-2194-00-315-18002   End-to-End Publishing




01   015-45-01-13-02-2200-00-401-12302   MITS Management - PAC 9Z



01   015-45-01-13-02-2201-00-404-13702   Business Systems Modernization - PAC
                                         9J



01   015-45-01-13-02-2203-00-404-13702   ITS Management PAC 9M - BAC 99




01   015-45-01-13-02-2204-00-401-12302   MITS Executive Oversight - PAC 9Q




01   015-45-01-13-02-2212-00-404-20002   Architecture, Engineering and
                                         Infrastructure - PAC 9Y
01   015-45-01-13-02-2249-00-403-13202   Totally Automated Personnel System
                                         (TAPS) - BAC 99


01   015-45-01-13-02-2258-00-403-22402   Automated Corporate Education System
                                         (ACES)-SPH06


01   015-45-01-13-02-2270-00-404-13602   Data Warehouse - SWC66,SWU06




01   015-45-01-13-02-2278-00-301-09302   Audit Trail Lead Analysis System
                                         (ATLAS) - BAC 99


01   015-45-01-13-02-2293-00-404-13902   Agency Wide Shared Services Intranet
                                         Website (AWSS)-SR6E6




01   015-45-01-13-02-2301-00-403-22002   Career Opportunities Listing (COL)-
                                         SR7J6

01   015-45-01-13-02-2303-00-403-22902   Collection Time Reporting System
                                         (CTRS)-SR3F6



01   015-45-01-13-02-2305-00-404-14202   Data Management-SRA36




01   015-45-01-13-02-2307-00-315-18002   EP/EO Technical Time Reporting
                                         (DEPT)-SR7K6



01   015-45-01-13-02-2310-00-404-13602   Document Control (DM/Web)-SR6J6




01   015-45-01-13-02-2332-00-403-13202   Incentive Pay (IP)-SR5X6



01   015-45-01-13-02-2343-00-315-18002   National Work Planning & Control
                                         System (NWP&C)-SR1D6
01   015-45-01-13-02-2344-00-404-13802   Online 5081 - SR6P6




01   015-45-01-13-02-2345-00-304-10602   OP500 Series Programs for Returns
                                         Processing-SR1Z6



01   015-45-01-13-02-2346-00-304-10602   OP500 Integrated Planning and
                                         Information System (OPIS)- SR1F6


01   015-45-01-13-02-2349-00-315-18002   Quality Information and Education
                                         Reports System (QIER)-SR1G6



01   015-45-01-13-02-2351-00-301-09202   Workload Information Tracking System
                                         (QWIT)-SR1J6




01   015-45-01-13-02-2355-00-402-12402   Security Audit and Analysis System -
                                         SRD16
01   015-45-01-13-02-2366-00-403-23002   Total Evaluation Performance System
                                         (TEPS)-SR5T6

01   015-45-01-13-02-2368-00-404-13602   Usability LAB/Support (ULAB/Support)-
                                         SR6X6



01   015-45-01-13-02-2369-00-404-13902   Workload Management (ARSS, AWMS,
                                         Common Desktop, NCC WITS, WATR)-
                                         SR2H6



01   015-45-01-13-02-2387-00-404-13602   Business Systems Development
                                         Program Support -
                                         ZRMAA,SD9D6,SD9H6,SD9J6

01   015-45-01-13-02-2389-00-304-10702   Executive Control Management System
                                         (ECMS)-SMF26

01   015-45-01-13-02-2396-00-404-13702   Program Mgmt & Release Readiness
                                         (RTRS, Transition, TXM)-SR8C6



01   015-45-01-13-02-2409-00-301-09302   Elec. Disclosure of Information to
                                         Federal State, and Local Agencies-
                                         STL16/SCC26

01   015-45-01-13-02-2412-00-403-22202   Competitive Auto Recruit System
                                         (CARS) - SPB56
01   015-45-01-13-02-2413-00-404-13602   CADD Support for National Standard
                                         Application (NSA) - Functional - NSA
                                         Pre Filing (P) - SRG16


01   015-45-01-13-02-2414-00-404-13602   CADD Support for National Standard
                                         Application (NSA) - Functional - NSA
                                         Filing (F) - SRG16


01   015-45-01-13-02-2415-00-404-13602   CADD Support for National Standard
                                         Application (NSA) - Functional - NSA
                                         Post Filing (Compliance) (PF) - SRG16



01   015-45-01-13-02-2416-00-404-13602   CADD Support for National Standard
                                         Application (NSA) - Functional - NSA
                                         Customer Communications (CC) -
                                         SRG16

01   015-45-01-13-02-2417-00-404-13602   CADD Support for National Standard
                                         Application (NSA) - Functional - NSA
                                         Internal Management (IM) - SRG16


01   015-45-01-13-02-2421-00-403-13202   Single Entry Time Reporting


01   015-45-01-13-02-2424-00-401-12302   ESTracker (SR8Q6)


01   015-45-01-14-01-2220-00-315-18001   Enterprise Data Warehouse Individual
                                         Filers Model and Business Filers Model
                                         (EDW IFM/BFM) (formerly Compliance
                                         Research Information System)
01   015-45-01-14-01-2222-00-315-18001   TeleFile - BAC 99




01   015-45-01-14-01-2223-00-315-18001   Service Center Recognition/Images
                                         Processing System (SCRIPS)
01   015-45-01-14-01-2239-00-116-05501   Appeals Automated Environment - BAC
                                         99




01   015-45-01-14-01-2252-00-404-18001   Electronic Management System (EMS)




01   015-45-01-14-01-2271-00-315-18001   Tax Return Database (TRDB) - BAC 99
01   015-45-01-14-01-2287-00-315-18001   Collection Contract Support (CCS)




01   015-45-01-14-01-2400-00-315-18001   Information Returns Processing (IRP)

01   015-45-01-14-01-2401-00-315-18001   Individual Master File (IMF)




01   015-45-01-14-01-2402-00-315-18001   Business Master File (BMF)
01   015-45-01-14-01-4676-00-311-10701   Customer Account Data Engine (CADE)




01   015-45-01-14-01-4692-00-315-18001   Modernized e-File (MeF)
01   015-45-01-14-01-4695-00-315-18001   Filing and Payment Compliance (F&PC)




01   015-45-01-14-02-0000-00-315-18002   Electronic Funds Transfer - SR3H6


01   015-45-01-14-02-2001-00-305-10802   Enterprise Relationship Management
                                         (C&L, W&I, SBSE)
01   015-45-01-14-02-2118-00-315-18002   Queuing Management Systems




01   015-45-01-14-02-2164-00-315-18002   Tax Exempt Determination System
                                         (TEDS) Release 2 (Formerly
                                         Determination System Redesign -
                                         Release 2)
01   015-45-01-14-02-2175-00-315-18002   Centralized Examination Classification
                                         System (CECS)



01   015-45-01-14-02-2189-00-315-18002   Correspondence Imaging




01   015-45-01-14-02-2226-00-315-18002   TE/GE Reporting and Electronic Examination System (TREES)(formerly TE/GE Workcenter




01   015-45-01-14-02-2228-00-315-18002   Collection Strategy
01   015-45-01-14-02-2231-00-315-18002   Contact Recording (SBSE's Call
                                         Recording merged with WI's TRR
                                         Monitoring)


01   015-45-01-14-02-2234-00-315-18002   Automated Trust Fund Recovery
                                         (ATFR)


01   015-45-01-14-02-2242-00-315-18002   Automated Collection System




01   015-45-01-14-02-2247-00-315-18002   Enforcement Revenue Information
                                         System (ERIS) - BAC 99


01   015-45-01-14-02-2251-00-315-18002   Electronic Federal Tax Payment System
                                         (EFTPS) - BAC 99




01   015-45-01-14-02-2253-00-315-18002   Lockbox Processing - CMS - BAC 99




01   015-45-01-14-02-2254-00-315-18002   Inventory Delivery System (IDS) - BAC
                                         99


01   015-45-01-14-02-2266-00-315-18002   Examination Returns Control Systems
                                         for ERC - BAC 99-SRN26




01   015-45-01-14-02-2267-00-315-18002   Automated Underreporter Program -
                                         BAC 99




01   015-45-01-14-02-2275-00-315-18002   Remittance Processing System (RPS) -
                                         BAC 99-SWN06


01   015-45-01-14-02-2276-00-315-18002   Combined Annual Wage Reporting
                                         (CAWR) - BAC 99




01   015-45-01-14-02-2280-00-315-18002   Chapter Three Withholding System
                                         (CTW) - BAC 99
01   015-45-01-14-02-2288-00-315-18002   Audit Information Management System
                                         (AIMS)-SR3A6



01   015-45-01-14-02-2289-00-315-18002   Automated Insolvency System (AIS)-
                                         SR6B6



01   015-45-01-14-02-2290-00-315-18002   Automated Offer in Compromise (AOIC)-
                                         SSS16



01   015-45-01-14-02-2291-00-315-18002   Archive and Retrieval Facility (ARF)-
                                         SR5V6

01   015-45-01-14-02-2294-00-315-18002   Batch/Block Tracking System (BBTS)-
                                         SR5D6




01   015-45-01-14-02-2295-00-407-19002   Bulk Data Electronic File Transfer
                                         (BEFT)-SR6F6



01   015-45-01-14-02-2296-00-315-18002   Electronic Administrative Reporting
                                         System, Electronic Problem Resolution
                                         (EARS/EPRS)-SWL06

01   015-45-01-14-02-2298-00-315-18002   Currency and Banking Retrieval System
                                         (CBRS)-SR3D6


01   015-45-01-14-02-2299-00-315-18002   Corporate Files On-Line (CFOL) -
                                         General - SRP06


01   015-45-01-14-02-2300-00-315-18002   Collection (Customer) Internal Revenue
                                         Code (CIRC)-SR7H6



01   015-45-01-14-02-2302-00-315-18002   Compliance Questionable W-4 Program
                                         (CQW4)-SRS06




01   015-45-01-14-02-2308-00-315-18002   Discriminate Index Function (DIF)-
                                         SR7L6
01   015-45-01-14-02-2311-00-315-18002   Electronic Account Relolution (EAR)-
                                         SR6K6



01   015-45-01-14-02-2314-00-315-18002   Employee Plans Master File (EPMF)-
                                         SR5H6
01   015-45-01-14-02-2315-00-315-18002   Enrolled Practitioners Systems (EPS)-
                                         SR8M6




01   015-45-01-14-02-2316-00-315-18002   Error Resolution System (ERS)-SR5J6



01   015-45-01-14-02-2317-00-315-18002   Employee Tax Compliance (ETC)-
                                         SPB76

01   015-45-01-14-02-2322-00-315-18002   Federal/State Extract (Fed/State
                                         Extract)-STL16
01   015-45-01-14-02-2323-00-315-18002   Foreign Information System (FIS)-
                                         SR5K6


01   015-45-01-14-02-2325-00-315-18002   Federal Payment Levy Program (FPLP)-
                                         SR8N6



01   015-45-01-14-02-2326-00-315-18002   Federal Tax Deposit (FTD)-SR5L6



01   015-45-01-14-02-2327-00-315-18002   Generalized Mainline Framework (GMF)-
                                         SR5M6



01   015-45-01-14-02-2328-00-315-18002   Generalized Unpostable Framework
                                         (GUF)-SR5N6


01   015-45-01-14-02-2334-00-315-18002   LAND - Appeals Docket & Non-Docket
                                         Reporting System

01   015-45-01-14-02-2337-00-315-18002   Mail Labels and Media Support - SR4J6




01   015-45-01-14-02-2339-00-315-18002   Notices - BMF/IMF Notices


01   015-45-01-14-02-2341-00-315-18002   Notice Review Processing System
                                         (NRPS) Unisys-SR3T6




01   015-45-01-14-02-2350-00-304-10702   Report Management Information
                                         System (QRMI)-SR1H6
01   015-45-01-14-02-2354-00-315-18002   Report Generation Software Sustaining
                                         (CEAS, EOAD, RGS)-SRN06




01   015-45-01-14-02-2357-00-315-18002   Service Center Control File (SCCF)-
                                         SR5S6


01   015-45-01-14-02-2358-00-315-18002   Section 527 Internet Filing and Display
                                         of Political Action Committee Financial
                                         Reporting-SRK06

01   015-45-01-14-02-2359-00-315-18002   Servicewide Electronic Research
                                         Project (SERP)-SWR36



01   015-45-01-14-02-2365-00-315-18002   Taxpayer Compliance Measurement
                                         Program Historical Information Retrieval
                                         System (THIS)-SR1R6
01   015-45-01-14-02-2367-00-315-18002   Tax Litigation Counsel Automated
                                         Tracking System (TLCATS)-SR1S6,
                                         SR1T4



01   015-45-01-14-02-2370-00-315-18002   Exam/Appeals Extract Combine (XCNY)-
                                         SR1W6
01   015-45-01-14-02-2374-00-315-18002   Corporate Files On-Line (CFOL)
                                         ATIN/ITIN/PTIN - SRP06



01   015-45-01-14-02-2381-00-315-18002   Notices - Notice Modernization




01   015-45-01-14-02-2382-00-315-18002   Notices - NRPS




01   015-45-01-14-02-2383-00-315-18002   Notices - OLNR


01   015-45-01-14-02-2384-00-315-18002   Notices - NPP


01   015-45-01-14-02-2385-00-315-18002   Notice Redesign
01   015-45-01-14-02-2386-00-315-18002   Notice Conversion




01   015-45-01-14-02-2388-00-315-18002   Collection Activity Reports (Statutory
                                         Reports) (CAR)-SR3C6, SR7F6


01   015-45-01-14-02-2390-00-315-18002   Reimbursables - Z3MAG




01   015-45-01-14-02-2394-00-315-18002   Customer Service (ICP)-SWV06




01   015-45-01-14-02-2398-00-315-18002   Business Filers Module/Electronic Filing
                                         - SWL06




01   015-45-01-14-02-2399-00-315-18002   Distribution Channel Management
                                         (DCM)-SR5F6



01   015-45-01-14-02-2404-00-315-18002   LMSB Data Mart (DM)-SR4L6



01   015-45-01-14-02-2406-00-301-09302   Taxpayer Public Information Directory
                                         (QPID)



01   015-45-01-14-02-2408-00-315-18002   W&I Auto Transcripts Program - SW976




01   015-45-01-14-02-2411-00-301-09202   Taxpayer Advocate - SXB16



01   015-45-01-14-02-2423-00-315-18002   CP2000 (SR7C6)

01   015-45-01-14-02-2426-00-315-18002   Streamlined Installment Agreements
                                         through e-Services
01   015-45-01-14-02-2429-00-315-18002   LMSB Decision Support and Analytics
01   015-45-01-14-02-2431-00-315-18002   941 OCR/ICR/2-D Projects




01   015-45-01-14-02-2433-00-315-18002   Inventory Control and IMS Integration




01   015-45-01-14-02-2434-00-315-18002   Internet EIN Phase II




01   015-45-01-14-02-2435-00-315-18002   Correspondence Imaging (CIS/SBSE)
01   015-45-01-14-02-2436-00-315-18002   Centralized Contact Center Forecasting
                                         and Scheduling




01   015-45-01-14-02-2437-00-315-18002   RICS Compliance Decision Analytics
01   015-45-01-14-02-2438-00-315-18002   Accelerated Case Building




01   015-57-01-01-01-3002-00-402-12401   OCC-03-$MART




01   015-57-01-13-01-3001-00-105-01301   OCC-03-Supervisory Information
                                         System




01   015-57-01-13-01-3003-00-105-01301   OCC-04-LIS




01   015-57-01-13-01-3004-00-404-14101   Enterprise Wide Information
                                         Management (EWIM)




01   015-58-01-01-02-2001-00-402-12402   Financial Management Systems Aug
                                         2004



01   015-58-01-11-02-2003-00-105-01302   Non-Financial Systems Aug 2004
02   015-00-02-00-01-1070-00-409-13901   Department of the Treasury Integrated
                                         IT Infrastructure




02   015-04-02-00-02-1009-00-115-04702   FinCEN IT Infrastructure




02   015-25-02-00-02-1009-00-304-10402   Mint All Other OCIO




02   015-45-02-00-02-2372-00-315-18002   Tier B Infrastructure Stability Reserve




02   015-45-02-00-02-4700-00-404-13602   Infrastructure Shared Services




02   015-45-02-00-02-4701-00-404-13602   Development Integration and Test
                                         Environment (DITE)


02   015-45-02-00-02-4707-00-404-13602   Management Reserve
02   015-57-02-00-02-3003-00-105-01302   Next Gen CAG Reports/Reporting &
                                         Application Migration




02   015-57-02-00-02-3014-00-202-07002   Core Knowledge Datamart-03

02   015-57-02-00-02-3015-00-202-07002   Operational Data Store-03




02   015-57-02-00-02-3022-00-105-01302   Examination Survey Program
02   015-57-02-00-02-3027-00-105-01302   Agency Data Repository




02   015-57-02-00-02-3028-00-403-06902   Alice Datamart and Operational
                                         Reporting
02   015-57-02-00-02-3029-00-105-01302   Appeals Tracking




02   015-57-02-00-02-3030-00-403-22502   Benefit Program Applications




02   015-57-02-00-02-3031-00-403-22502   Compensation Program Applications



02   015-57-02-00-02-3032-00-401-11902   Conference Office Scheduling and
                                         Booking System




02   015-57-02-00-02-3033-00-202-07202   Enforcement Action Metasearch
02   015-57-02-00-02-3034-00-408-13202   e-Time




02   015-57-02-00-02-3035-00-402-12202   e-Travel




02   015-57-02-00-02-3037-00-105-01302   Examiner Library Download




02   015-57-02-00-02-3038-00-202-07002   Large Bank Data Mart
02   015-57-02-00-02-3039-00-403-23102   Manager Data Mart Enhancement




02   015-57-02-00-02-3042-00-116-05302   PTS 2005




02   015-57-02-00-02-3043-00-105-01302   Quantity of Money Laundering




02   015-57-02-00-02-3044-00-403-22502   Retiree Database




02   015-57-02-00-02-3045-00-105-01302   Risk Based Capital
02   015-57-02-00-02-3046-00-301-09102   Suggestion Program




02   015-57-02-00-02-3047-00-105-01302   Suspicious Activity Reports (SARS)




02   015-57-02-00-02-3048-00-105-01302   Voice Print App-Remedy Consumer
                                         Complaint System Interface
02   015-57-02-00-02-3049-00-403-22502   Workforce Effectiveness DM




02   015-58-02-00-02-2008-00-404-13902   Infrastructure and Office Automation
                                         Aug 2004


03   015-00-03-00-01-4866-00-311-15901   Treasury-wide Enterprise Architecture




03   015-05-03-00-02-4851-00-404-14002   Information Assurance (IA) - Treasury-
                                         wide

03   015-05-03-00-02-4865-00-404-14202   IT Business Planning - Treasury-wide


03   015-58-03-00-02-2008-00-304-10402   Enterprise Architecture and Planning
                                         Aug 2004




                        Department of Veterans Affairs

01   029-00-01-01-01-1010-00-401-12201   VA-Wide e-Travel Solution-2006
01   029-00-01-01-01-1020-00-110-03101   Decision Support System (DSS) Legacy-
                                         2006


01   029-00-01-01-01-1021-00-110-03101   Allocation Resource Center (ARC)-2006




01   029-00-01-01-01-1040-00-110-03101   Health Admin Center (HAC) IT
                                         Operations-2006


01   029-00-01-01-01-1050-00-402-12401   Core Financial & Logistics System
                                         (CoreFLS)-2006




01   029-00-01-01-01-1070-00-110-03101   Patient Financial Services System
                                         (PFSS)


01   029-00-01-01-01-1071-00-110-03101   Fee Basis Replacement-2006




01   029-00-01-01-01-1140-00-402-12401   Financial Management System (FMS)-
                                         2006



01   029-00-01-01-01-1143-00-110-03101   Decision Support System Modernization-
                                         2006




01   029-00-01-01-02-0000-00-404-14202   Z-Part 1 Area 1: Small/Other-2006
01   029-00-01-11-01-1180-00-110-03101   VistA Legacy-2006
01   029-00-01-11-01-1181-00-110-03101   VistA Imaging-2006



01   029-00-01-11-01-1182-00-110-03101   Scheduling Replacement Project




01   029-00-01-11-01-1183-00-110-03101   Health Data Repository-2006



01   029-00-01-11-01-1184-00-110-03101   Pharmacy Re-Engineering and IT
                                         Support-2006


01   029-00-01-11-01-1185-00-403-22401   VA-Learning Management System-2006



01   029-00-01-11-01-1190-00-110-03101   Enrollment (Includes Income
                                         Verification)-2006




01   029-00-01-11-01-1220-00-110-03101   Federal Health Information Exchange
                                         (FHIE)-2006


01   029-00-01-11-01-1222-00-110-03101   VistA Laboratory IS System Re-
                                         engineering-2006



01   029-00-01-11-01-1223-00-110-03101   HealtheVet VistA-2006




01   029-00-01-11-02-0000-00-110-03102   Z-Part 1 Area 2: Small/Other-2006
01   029-00-01-12-01-1241-00-110-03101   Medical and Prosthetic Research-2006


01   029-00-01-12-02-0000-00-110-03102   Z-Part 1 Area 3: Small/Other-2006
01   029-00-01-13-01-1260-00-101-00301   C&P Maintenance and Operations (non-
                                         BDN)-2006
01   029-00-01-13-01-1263-00-404-14201   BIRLS/VADS-2006




01   029-00-01-13-01-1360-00-101-00301   BDN Maintenance and Operations-2006




01   029-00-01-13-01-1380-00-101-00301   C&P Benefits Replacement System-
                                         2006



01   029-00-01-13-02-0000-00-205-08102   Z-Part 1 Area 4: Small/Other-2006
01   029-00-01-14-01-1270-00-106-01501   Education Maintenance and Ops (non-
                                         BDN)-2006


01   029-00-01-14-01-1271-00-106-01501   The Education Expert System (TEES) -
                                         2006




01   029-00-01-14-02-0000-00-205-08102   Z-Part 1 Area 5: Small/Other-2006
01   029-00-01-15-01-1280-00-112-04001   Insurance System Maintenance and
                                         Operations-2006




01   029-00-01-15-02-0000-00-205-08102   Z-Part 1 Area 6: Small/Other-2006
01   029-00-01-16-01-1290-00-101-00101   Loan Guaranty Maintenance and
                                         Operations-2006



01   029-00-01-16-01-1291-00-101-00101   Loan Administration Redesign-2006



01   029-00-01-16-02-0000-00-205-08102   Z-Part 1 Area 7: Small/Other-2006
01   029-00-01-17-01-1300-00-101-00301   VR&E Maintenance and Operations
                                         (non-BDN)-2006




01   029-00-01-17-02-0000-00-205-08102   Z-Part 1 Area 8: Small/Other-2006
01   029-00-01-18-01-1310-00-101-00301   Burial Operations Support System
                                         (BOSS)-2006

01   029-00-01-18-01-1320-00-101-00301   Automated Monument Application
                                         System (AMAS)-2006



01   029-00-01-18-02-0000-00-404-14202   Z-Part 1 Area 9: Small/Other-2006
01   029-00-01-19-01-1330-00-408-19501   Payroll/HR Systems-2006
01   029-00-01-19-02-0000-00-404-14202   Z-Part 1 Area 10: Small/Other-2006
01   029-00-01-99-04-0020-24-112-03904   Gov-Benefits (E-Gov)-2006
01   029-00-01-99-04-0030-24-106-01604   E-Loans (E-Gov)-2006
01   029-00-01-99-04-0060-24-313-16904   E-Rulemaking-2006
01   029-00-01-99-04-0100-24-105-01104   Business Gateway-2006
01   029-00-01-99-04-0120-24-409-20504   Geospatial One-Stop-2006
01   029-00-01-99-04-0220-24-406-18504   E-Travel (E-Gov)-2006
01   029-00-01-99-04-0230-24-410-20904   E-Gov (Integrated Acquisition
                                         Environment)-2006
01   029-00-01-99-04-0240-24-409-20404   E-Records Management-2006
01   029-00-01-99-04-0250-24-409-20304   E-Authentication (E-Gov)-2006
01   029-00-01-99-04-1100-24-407-18704   Financial Management LOB-2006
01   029-00-01-99-04-1200-24-408-24404   E-Gov (Human Resources
                                         Management)-2006
01   029-00-01-99-04-1217-24-408-23704   E-Training (E-Gov)-2006
01   029-00-01-99-04-1300-24-110-21904   Grants Management LOB-2006
01   029-00-01-99-04-1316-24-110-21904   E-Grants (E-Gov)-2006
01   029-00-01-99-04-1400-24-110-21904   Federal Health Architecture LOB-2006
02   029-00-02-00-01-1022-00-404-13901   VA Data Communications Systems and
                                         Services-2006




02   029-00-02-00-01-1023-00-404-13901   VA Voice Telephony Systems and
                                         Services-2006




02   029-00-02-00-01-1024-00-404-13901   VA Video Teleconferencing Systems &
                                         Services-2006




02   029-00-02-00-01-1025-00-404-13901   Telecommunications Modernization
                                         Project-2006


02   029-00-02-00-01-1026-00-305-10801   One VA Contact Center-2006



02   029-00-02-00-01-1027-00-404-14201   One VA Eligibility and Registration-2006
02   029-00-02-00-01-1028-00-404-13901   VA Computing Infrastructure-2006




02   029-00-02-00-01-1032-00-404-14001   Enterprise Privacy Program (EPP)-2006




02   029-00-02-00-01-1040-00-404-13901   VA Radio Frequency Transition Project
                                         Mgmt O-2006


02   029-00-02-00-01-1044-00-404-13901   Enterprise Telephony Agenda-2006




02   029-00-02-00-01-1045-00-404-14001   Enterprise Cyber Security Program -
                                         2006




02   029-00-02-00-02-0000-00-404-14202   Z-Part 2: Small/Other-2006
02   029-00-02-00-02-1010-00-110-03102   Microsoft License-2006
03   029-00-03-00-01-1010-00-119-06401   IT Staffing (VHA)-2006




03   029-00-03-00-01-1011-00-304-10301   VA Enterprise Architecture-2006




03   029-00-03-00-01-1012-00-304-10201   Capital Asset Management System-
                                         2006




03   029-00-03-00-01-1013-00-304-10401   IT Staffing (VACO)-2006




03   029-00-03-00-01-1014-00-404-14201   Program Integrity/Data Management-
                                         2006




03   029-00-03-00-01-1015-00-404-14201   VBA Corporate Data Base
                                         Administration-2006
03   029-00-03-00-01-1016-00-404-14001   Continuity of Operations Plan-2006




03   029-00-03-00-01-1018-00-404-13701   One VA Information Technology
                                         Enterprise Program Management Office-
                                         2006




03   029-00-03-00-02-0000-00-404-14202   Z-Part 3: Small/Other-2006

                              Corps of Engineers

01   202-00-01-01-01-1010-00-402-12501   FY06 - COE Enterprise Management
                                         Information Systems (CEEMIS), COE
                                         Financial Management Systems
                                         (CEFMS).
01   202-00-01-02-01-1010-00-405-14401   FY 05 - Automated Personal Property
                                         Management System (APPMS);
                                         Facilities and Equipment Management
                                         System (FEM)


01   202-00-01-02-01-1011-00-405-14401   FY06 - Automated Personal Property
                                         Management System (APPMS)
01   202-00-01-02-01-1012-00-405-14401   FY06 - Facilities & Equipment
                                         Maintenance Systems (FEMS)



01   202-00-01-02-01-1020-00-103-21101   FY06 - Emergency Response Program
                                         ENGLink Interactive (ENGLINK);
                                         Deployable Tactical Operations System
                                         (DTOS)
01   202-00-01-02-01-1030-00-301-03301   FY05 - Operations & Maintenancce
                                         Business Info Link PLUS
                                         (OMBIL);PROMIS Phase II (P2);
                                         Resident Management System (RMS)




01   202-00-01-02-01-1031-00-308-14301   FY06 - Operations & Maintenance
                                         Business Info Link PLUS (OMBIL)




01   202-00-01-02-01-1032-00-408-24101   FY06 - Resident Management System
                                         (RMS)
01   202-00-01-02-01-1033-00-301-09301   FY06 - PROMIS Phase II (P2)




01   202-00-01-02-01-1040-00-301-03201   FY06 - Arch-Engr Contract/Constr
                                         Contract Appraisal System
                                         (ACASS/CCASS)

01   202-00-01-02-01-1040-00-410-20901   FY05 Architecture-Engr Contract
                                         Construction Appraisal System
                                         (ACASS/CCASS) Electronic Bid Sets
                                         (ECS)
01   202-00-01-02-01-1050-00-109-02601   FY05 - Automated Engineer Tools,
                                         (AET) ; Computer Aided Cost
                                         Engineering Systems (CACES) ;
                                         Computer Aided Design & Drafting
                                         Library of Design (CADD) ; Common
                                         Delivery Framework (CDF); Corps
                                         Water Management System (CWMS)
01   202-00-01-02-01-1051-00-117-05601   FY06 - Corps Water Management
                                         System (CWMS)
01   202-00-01-02-01-1052-00-109-02601   FY06 - Common Delivery Framework
                                         (CDF)




01   202-00-01-02-01-1053-00-109-02601   FY06 - Modeling Tools


01   202-00-01-02-01-1054-00-109-02601   FY06 - Enterprise Geospatial
                                         Information Systems



01   202-00-01-02-02-0120-24-409-20502   Geospatial Data Standards
                                         Development in support of Geospatial
                                         One-Stop ID #202-99-01-99-01-0001-24
                                         (Combined w/Geospatial One-Stop)
01   202-00-01-02-02-1010-00-117-05802   Natural Resources Management
                                         Gateway
01   202-00-01-02-02-1011-00-117-05702   SignPro
01   202-00-01-02-02-1040-00-116-05202   Corps of Engineers Automated Legal
                                         System (CEALS)
01   202-00-01-02-02-1050-00-404-14202   Inland Electronic Navigation Chart
                                         (IENC) Program. Program is in
                                         partnership w/NOAA, Coast Guard &
                                         River Boat Pilot Association
01   202-00-01-02-02-1070-00-109-02602   CorpsMap
01   202-00-01-02-02-1090-00-117-05702   Volunteer.Gov/Gov
01   202-00-01-02-02-1091-00-404-14002   e-Signature Standard Migration
                                         (Military RDT&E Funds )
01   202-00-01-02-04-0010-24-117-05804   Recreation.Gov & Recreation One-Stop
                                         Web Page Support ID# 202-99-01-99-
                                         01-0001-24)
01   202-00-01-02-04-0011-24-117-05804   National Recreation Reservation
                                         System (NRRS) (combined
                                         w/Recreation One-Stop)
01   202-00-01-02-04-0120-24-409-20504   Geospatial One-Stop included in
                                         Geospatial Data Accessibility-Corps
                                         National Spatial Data Infrastructure
                                         (NSDI) Clearinghouse Node
01   202-00-01-03-01-1060-00-301-03901   FY06 - Real Estate Corporation
                                         Information System (RECIS) ;Real
                                         Estate Management Information System
                                         (REMIS)




02   202-00-02-00-01-1015-00-404-13901   FY06 - Consolidated IT
                                         Infrastructure/Office
                                         Automation/Telecommunications
                                         (I/OA/T)
02   202-00-02-00-01-1020-00-404-13801   Small /Other Projects for Infrastructure
03   202-00-03-00-01-1016-00-304-10301   FY06 - Corps Enterprise Architecture
                                         (CeA)


03   202-00-03-00-01-1017-00-304-10301   FY06 - Knowledge Management
                                         Environment (KME)

03   202-00-03-00-02-1010-00-404-14202   Small /Other for Architecture and
                                         Planning

                      Environmental Protection Agency

01   020-00-01-01-01-1060-00-402-12401   Legacy Financial Systems (LFS)




01   020-00-01-01-02-1065-00-402-12902   Integrated Resource Mgmt System
                                         (IRMS)




01   020-00-01-01-03-0220-24-406-18503   E-Gov: E-Travel Migration Cost
01   020-00-01-01-03-1126-24-407-18703   E-Gov: FM LoB Migration Cost
01   020-00-01-01-04-1100-24-402-12404   Financial Replacement System (FinRS)




01   020-00-01-01-04-1100-24-407-18704   E-Gov: FM LoB Partner Contribution
01   020-00-01-11-01-1030-00-108-02501   CAMD Business Systems (CAMDBS)

01   020-00-01-11-02-0000-00-108-02502   Small/Other : Clean Air

01   020-00-01-11-02-1020-00-108-02302   Air Quality Subsystem (AQS)
01   020-00-01-11-02-1040-00-108-02502   Certification Fuel Economy Information
                                         System (CFEIS)


01   020-00-01-11-02-1050-00-108-02502   National Emission Inventory Database
                                         (NEI)
01   020-00-01-11-02-1060-00-108-02302   Environmental Radiation Ambient
                                         Monitoring System (ERAMS)
01   020-00-01-11-02-1061-00-108-02502   Integrated Strategic Tracking and
                                         Recruiting (iSTAR)


01   020-00-01-11-02-1062-00-108-02302   MOVES

01   020-00-01-11-02-1063-00-108-02502   NVFEL Lab Data Mgmt System



01   020-00-01-11-02-1064-00-305-10902   OTAQ Website

01   020-00-01-11-02-1066-00-108-02502   Reformulated Gasoline and Anti-
                                         Dumping DB


01   020-00-01-11-02-1067-00-108-02502   AIRQuest Data Warehouse




01   020-00-01-11-02-1068-00-108-02502   UNIX Computer System




01   020-00-01-11-02-1069-00-108-02302   National Performance Audit Program


01   020-00-01-11-02-1071-00-108-02502   Total Risk Integrated Methodology




01   020-00-01-11-02-1072-00-108-02302   AIRNOW




01   020-00-01-11-02-1073-00-305-10902   OAR Internet Support



01   020-00-01-11-02-1074-00-108-02502   RACT/BACT/LAER Clearinghouse -
                                         RBLC
01   020-00-01-11-02-1075-00-108-02302   Modeling Support for Air Pollution
                                         Research

01   020-00-01-12-01-1030-00-108-02501   Safe Drinking Water Information System




01   020-00-01-12-01-1040-00-108-02301   Storage and Retrieval Information
                                         System (STORET)




01   020-00-01-12-02-0000-00-108-02502   Small/Other : Clean and Safe Water


01   020-00-01-12-02-1010-00-108-02302   National Hydrography Dataset (NHD)



01   020-00-01-12-02-1050-00-108-02502   Clean Watersheds Needs Survey




01   020-00-01-12-02-1060-00-108-02502   Water Quality Standards Database




01   020-00-01-12-02-2001-00-108-02302   WebRIT




01   020-00-01-12-02-2002-00-108-02302   BEACHES

01   020-00-01-12-02-2003-00-108-02502   DRINK (Drinking Water Research Info
                                         Network)
01   020-00-01-12-02-2004-00-108-02302   LT2ESWTR Data Collection System
                                         (Long Term 2 Enhanced Surface Water
                                         Treatment Rule Data Collection System)
01   020-00-01-12-02-2005-00-108-20502   National Total Maximum Daily Load
                                         Tracking System (NTTS)



01   020-00-01-12-02-2006-00-108-02502   Tribal Info Mgmt System


01   020-00-01-12-02-2007-00-108-02302   BASINS


01   020-00-01-12-02-2008-00-108-02302   Water GeoServices

01   020-00-01-12-02-2009-00-108-02302   State Water Quality Assessment
                                         Database




01   020-00-01-12-02-2010-00-108-02502   Program tracking, Advisories, Water
                                         quality standards, and Nutrients
                                         (PRAWN)
01   020-00-01-12-02-2011-00-108-02302   Safe Drinking Water Accession and
                                         Review System (SDWARS)



01   020-00-01-12-02-2012-00-108-02502   Wetlands Information Layer (WIL)


01   020-00-01-12-02-2013-00-108-02302   Lakes Analysis & Mapping System
                                         (LAMS)




01   020-00-01-13-01-1010-00-108-02401   Comprehensive Environmental
                                         Response (CERCLIS)




01   020-00-01-13-01-1020-00-108-02401   Superfund Document Management
                                         System (SDMS)
01   020-00-01-13-01-1060-00-108-02501   Resource Conservation and Recovery
                                         Act Information (RCRAInfo)
01   020-00-01-13-02-0000-00-108-02402   Small/Other : Preserve and Restore the
                                         Land

01   020-00-01-13-02-1030-00-104-00802   System for Risk Management Plans
                                         (SRMP)
01   020-00-01-13-02-3001-00-108-02402   Clu-In
01   020-00-01-13-02-3002-00-305-10902   OSRTI Internet/Intranet


01   020-00-01-13-02-3003-00-301-09302   Superfund eFacts



01   020-00-01-13-02-3005-00-108-02402   Institutional Control Tracking System



01   020-00-01-13-02-3006-00-301-09302   Superfund NPL Assessment Program
                                         (SNAP)


01   020-00-01-13-02-3007-00-108-02302   IT Pb Model

01   020-00-01-13-02-3010-00-301-09302   Response Action Contract Management
                                         Information System (RACMIS)




01   020-00-01-13-02-3011-00-305-10902   Superfund Public Information System
                                         (SPIS)




01   020-00-01-14-01-1020-00-108-02501   Office of Pesticide Programs
                                         Information Network (OPPIN)
01   020-00-01-14-01-1030-00-108-02501   High Production Volume Challenge
                                         Program / Voluntary Children's
                                         Chemical Evaluation Program
                                         Information System (HPVIS)
01   020-00-01-14-01-1080-00-108-02501   Toxic Release Inventory System (TRIS)

01   020-00-01-14-02-0000-00-108-02302   Small/Other : Healthy Communities and
                                         Ecosystems

01   020-00-01-14-02-1010-00-108-02502   Confidential Business Information
                                         Tracking System (CBITS)



01   020-00-01-14-02-1070-00-108-02502   Toxic Release Inventory Made Easy
                                         (TRI-ME)
01   020-00-01-14-02-1090-00-108-02502   Toxic Release Inventory Explorer (TRI
                                         Explorer)



01   020-00-01-14-02-4001-00-305-10902   Pesticide Program Website
01   020-00-01-14-02-4002-00-108-02502   Pre-Manufacturing Notification Notes
01   020-00-01-14-02-4003-00-108-02502   Federal Lead-Based Paint Program
                                         Database
01   020-00-01-14-02-4004-00-108-02502   Integrated Risk Information System

01   020-00-01-14-02-4005-00-108-02302   Environmental Monitoring and
                                         Assessment Program (EMAP)
01   020-00-01-14-02-4006-00-108-02302   EMAP - Surface Waters


01   020-00-01-14-02-4007-00-108-02502   Ecotoxicology (ECOTOX)




01   020-00-01-14-02-4008-00-108-02302   Human Exposure Database System


01   020-00-01-14-02-4009-00-108-02302   Modeling Support for Health and
                                         Ecological Research

01   020-00-01-14-02-4010-00-104-00802   CAMEO and Tier II




01   020-00-01-14-02-4011-00-108-02402   Brownfields Information System


01   020-00-01-14-02-4012-00-108-02402   Brownfields Management System

01   020-00-01-14-02-4013-00-104-00802   Emergency Response Notification
                                         System (ERNS)




01   020-00-01-14-02-4014-00-104-00802   WebEOC
01   020-00-01-15-01-1010-00-108-02501   Integrated Compliance Information
                                         System (ICIS)
01   020-00-01-15-01-1020-00-108-02501   OECA Legacy Systems Support
                                         (LEGS)
01   020-00-01-15-02-0000-00-108-02502   Small/Other: Compliance and
                                         Environmental Stewardship
01   020-00-01-15-02-1030-00-108-02502   Waste International Tracking System
                                         (WITS)




01   020-00-01-15-02-5001-00-108-02502   Modeling Support for Compliance and
                                         Stewardship Research

01   020-00-01-16-01-0060-24-313-16901   E-Rulemaking


01   020-00-01-16-01-0240-24-409-20401   E-Gov: E-Records Implementing the E-
                                         Records guidance
01   020-00-01-16-01-1226-24-408-24401   Human Resources Management
                                         System (HR-Pro)




01   020-00-01-16-01-6002-00-404-14201   Enterprise Information Integration and
                                         Portal Development (E2IPD)




01   020-00-01-16-01-6003-00-305-10901   Envirofacts Information Warehouse
                                         (EF)
01   020-00-01-16-01-6005-00-404-14201   Central Data Exchange
                                         (CDX)/Electronic Reporting




01   020-00-01-16-01-6006-00-404-14201   System of Registries (SoR)

01   020-00-01-16-01-6008-00-305-10901   Internet Operations and Maintenance
                                         Enhancements (IOME)
01   020-00-01-16-01-6009-00-404-14201   National Geospatial Program
                                         (GEO/GIS)
01   020-00-01-16-01-6013-00-405-14601   Integrated Contracts Management
                                         System (ICMS)



01   020-00-01-16-02-0000-00-404-14202   Small/Other: Multi-Goal IT Investments
01   020-00-01-16-02-0061-24-313-16902   E-Gov: E-Rulemaking Migrating Agency

01   020-00-01-16-02-6001-00-305-10902   FOIAXpress

01   020-00-01-16-02-6004-00-304-10102   ORD Management Information System
                                         (OMIS)


01   020-00-01-16-02-6007-00-305-10902   Environmental Information Management
                                         System (EIMS)

01   020-00-01-16-02-6011-00-301-09202   Inspector General Operations and
                                         Reporting (IGOR)
01   020-00-01-16-02-6012-00-301-09202   OIG Integrated System

01   020-00-01-16-02-6016-00-403-22202   EZ-Hire


01   020-00-01-16-02-6017-00-305-10902   National Environmental Publications and
                                         Info System




01   020-00-01-16-02-6018-00-305-10902   Office of Research and Development
                                         Websites

01   020-00-01-16-02-6019-00-404-14002   Automated Security Self Evaluation and
                                         Remediation Tracking (ASSERT)




01   020-00-01-16-02-6020-00-108-02502   Criminal Case Reporting System




01   020-00-01-16-02-6021-00-404-14102   WebForms


01   020-00-01-16-02-6022-00-305-10802   Environmental Science Portal (ESP)
01   020-00-01-16-02-6023-00-401-11902   Office of Administrative Services
                                         Information System (OASIS)




01   020-00-01-16-03-0061-24-313-16903   E-Gov: E-Rulemaking Migration Cost

01   020-00-01-16-03-1226-24-408-24403   E-Gov: HRM Line of Business Migration
                                         Cost
01   020-00-01-16-04-0060-24-313-16904   E-Gov: E-Rulemaking Partner
                                         Contribution
01   020-00-01-16-04-0100-24-409-20504   E-Gov: Business Gateway Partner
                                         Agency
01   020-00-01-16-04-0120-24-409-20504   E-Gov: Geospatial One-Stop Partner
                                         Agency
01   020-00-01-16-04-0130-24-104-01004   E-Gov: Disaster Management
01   020-00-01-16-04-0230-24-404-14104   Enterprise Content Management
                                         System (ECMS)

01   020-00-01-16-04-0230-24-410-20904   E-Gov: Integrated Acquisition Partner
                                         Agency
01   020-00-01-16-04-0250-24-409-20304   E-Gov: E-Authentication Partner Agnecy

01   020-00-01-16-04-1200-24-408-24404   E-Gov: HRM Line of Business Partner
                                         Contribution
02   020-00-02-00-01-0201-00-404-13901   Technology Infrastucture Modernization
                                         (TIM)
03   020-00-03-00-01-0301-00-304-10301   EPA Enterprise Architecture
                                         Development and Implementation

03   020-00-03-00-02-0302-00-304-10302   Clinger-Cohen Act and FISMA
                                         Implementation


03   020-00-03-00-02-0303-00-304-10302   Multi-Media Enterprise Architecture




04   020-00-04-00-01-1326-24-108-02501   Integrated Grants Management System
                                         (IGMS)




04   020-00-04-00-02-0402-00-402-12402   Section 319 Grant Reporting and
                                         Tracking System
04   020-00-04-00-02-0403-00-402-12902   Grants and Fellowship System 2000



04   020-00-04-00-03-1326-24-108-02503   E-Gov: GM Line of Business Migration
                                         Cost
04   020-00-04-00-04-1300-24-108-02504   Grants Management Line of Business
04   020-00-04-00-04-1316-24-108-02504   Grants.Gov Find and Apply


                       General Services Administration

01   023-00-01-00-01-0080-24-314-11801   Federal Asset Sales

01   023-00-01-01-01-1010-00-402-12401   National Electronic Accounting and
                                         Reporting (NEAR) System




01   023-00-01-01-01-1030-00-407-18701   GSA Financial Management LOB
                                         Center of Excellence (Pegasys)



01   023-00-01-01-04-1020-00-403-13204   Payroll (PAR)

01   023-00-01-02-01-0230-24-410-20901   Integrated Acquisition Environment (e-
                                         Gov)




01   023-00-01-02-02-1020-00-312-16502   Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance
                                         Portal




01   023-00-01-02-02-1100-00-410-20902   Acquisition Reform Network (AcqNet)



01   023-00-01-02-02-1230-00-403-22402   Applied Learning Center (ALC)




01   023-00-01-02-02-1500-00-408-24502   Acquisition Career Management
                                         Information System (ACMIS)




01   023-00-01-02-04-1700-24-403-13304   eTraining - FAI Online (GoLearn)




01   023-00-01-03-01-0220-24-406-18501   eTravel (e-Gov)
01   023-00-01-03-01-1020-00-410-20601   GSA Advantage




01   023-00-01-03-01-1030-00-410-20601   Federal Supply Service 19




01   023-00-01-03-01-1050-00-406-18201   Fleet Management System




01   023-00-01-03-01-1090-00-314-17401   Sales Automation System (SASy)




01   023-00-01-03-02-1010-00-315-17802   Federal Excess Property Disposal
                                         System




01   023-00-01-03-02-1040-00-410-20602   Customer Supply Center System




01   023-00-01-03-02-1080-00-314-17202   Transportation Accounts Receivable
                                         and Payable System




01   023-00-01-03-02-1300-00-410-20602   Multi-Use File For Interagency News
                                         (MUFFIN)



01   023-00-01-03-02-1400-00-410-20602   Requisitioning, Ordering and
                                         Documentation System (ROADS)




01   023-00-01-03-02-1500-00-405-14402   Commercial Warehouse Management
                                         System (WMS)
01   023-00-01-03-02-1600-00-118-06102   Transportation Management Services
                                         Solution (TMSS)




01   023-00-01-04-01-0250-24-409-20301   eAuthentication (e-Gov)



01   023-00-01-04-01-1010-00-406-18201   Network Services Ordering and Billing
                                         System


01   023-00-01-04-01-1060-00-410-20601   ITOMS and Information Technology
                                         Solutions Shop (ITSS)


01   023-00-01-04-01-1070-00-311-16301   Enterprise Customer Relationship Mgmt
                                         System




01   023-00-01-04-01-1080-00-405-14301   GSA Preferred (Third Generation
                                         System (3GS))



01   023-00-01-04-02-0000-00-312-16502   US Blue Pages




01   023-00-01-04-02-1080-00-402-12902   Enterprise Data Mart




01   023-00-01-04-02-1090-00-410-20602   Program Management Support System
                                         (PMSS)



01   023-00-01-04-02-1300-00-409-20502   Gov Domain Naming Registrations




01   023-00-01-04-02-1500-00-405-14602   Task Order System (TOS) / Office of
                                         Integration Management (OMIS)



01   023-00-01-04-02-1700-00-404-14002   GSA-TI NT Network
01   023-00-01-05-01-1010-00-403-23101   Comprehensive Human Resources
                                         Integrated System (CHRIS)




01   023-00-01-05-02-1025-00-408-23502   GSAJOBS




01   023-00-01-06-01-1050-00-314-17401   Federal Real Property Asset
                                         Management



01   023-00-01-06-01-1060-00-315-17701   Regulatory Information Service Center
                                         (ROCIS II)




01   023-00-01-06-02-1200-00-314-17402   Federal Real Property Profile-Internet
                                         Application (FRPP-IA)


01   023-00-01-06-02-1300-00-106-01502   Computers for Learning Website




01   023-00-01-06-02-1400-00-401-11902   Federal Aviation Interactive Reporting
                                         System (FAIRS)



01   023-00-01-06-02-1500-00-409-20002   Component Organization Registry
                                         Environment (CORE.gov)




01   023-00-01-06-02-1600-00-410-20602   Buy Accessible Wizard




01   023-00-01-07-02-1010-00-301-09202   Office of the Inspector General (OIG)
                                         Management Information System



01   023-00-01-08-01-1040-00-307-11701   STAR/Realty Services
01   023-00-01-08-01-1100-00-405-14301   Electronic Acquisition
                                         System/Comprizon (EAS)



01   023-00-01-08-01-1150-00-315-17801   Rent Estimate



01   023-00-01-08-02-1010-00-315-17802   Asset Business Plan




01   023-00-01-08-02-1020-00-315-17802   Property Management Services (PMS)




01   023-00-01-08-02-1050-00-406-18402   Federal Credentialing




01   023-00-01-08-02-1060-00-404-13602   Gateway




01   023-00-01-08-02-1070-00-404-14202   Operational Data Store




01   023-00-01-08-02-1120-00-307-11702   Occupancy Agreement Tool (OA Tool)




01   023-00-01-08-02-1130-00-311-15702   Computer Integrated Facility
                                         Management Program (CIFM)




01   023-00-01-08-02-1140-00-404-13802   Central Office Program Support



01   023-00-01-08-02-1200-00-402-12702   Rent Chargeback Tracking System
                                         (RCTS)

01   023-00-01-08-02-1250-00-304-10402   NetREAL
01   023-00-01-08-02-1260-00-402-12502   Galaxy




01   023-00-01-08-02-1270-00-404-13602   Business Information Solution (BIS)




01   023-00-01-08-02-1280-00-106-01702   Fine Arts Conservation Tools (FACIT)



01   023-00-01-09-01-0040-24-312-16401   USA Services (e-Gov)




01   023-00-01-09-01-1010-00-312-16501   FirstGov Infrastructure (previously CSI)



01   023-00-01-09-02-1050-00-409-20202   FirstGov Shared Technologies




01   023-00-01-11-04-0060-24-313-17004   eRulemaking




01   023-00-01-11-04-0100-24-312-16504   Business Gateway/eForms (BG/EF)




01   023-00-01-11-04-0120-24-409-20504   GeoSpatial One-Stop (GOS)




01   023-00-01-11-04-0240-24-409-20404   eRecords Management



01   023-00-01-11-04-1100-24-407-18704   Financial Management LoB

01   023-00-01-11-04-1200-24-408-19504   Human Resources Management LoB

01   023-00-01-11-04-1217-24-408-23704   eTraining (GoLearn)




01   023-00-01-11-04-1218-24-408-23504   Recruitment One-Stop
01   023-05-01-08-01-1030-00-304-10401   Inventory Reporting Information System
                                         (IRIS)



02   023-00-02-00-01-1010-00-404-13901   GSA Enterprise Infrastructure
                                         Operations



03   023-00-03-00-01-1010-00-304-10301   One GSA Enterprise Architecture
                                         Program




03   023-00-03-00-02-1020-00-301-09302   GSA IT Capital Planning and Policy
                                         Program




03   023-00-03-00-02-1100-00-311-15902   Federal Enterprise Architecture
                                         Management System (FEAMS)




03   023-00-03-00-02-2015-00-404-14202   eCPIC (previously I-TIPS)




03   023-00-03-00-02-2020-00-404-14002   GSA Enterprise IT Security Program




               National Aeronautics and Space Administration

01   026-00-01-01-01-1101-00-402-12501   NASA-Integrated Financial Management




01   026-00-01-01-02-1001-00-402-12902   Summary Entry for all other Financial
                                         Management Investments
01   026-00-01-02-01-1124-00-118-06001   ARC-NASA High End Computing
                                         Columbia




01   026-00-01-02-01-1306-00-109-02601   ARC-Aerospace Technology Support
                                         System




01   026-00-01-02-01-1501-00-108-02301   GSFC-Earth Observing Sys Data Info
                                         Sys




01   026-00-01-02-01-1502-00-109-02601   GSFC-NASA Center for Computational Sciences
01   026-00-01-02-01-2004-00-118-06301   GSFC-Space and Ground Network IT
                                         Support




01   026-00-01-02-02-2001-00-109-02602   Summary Entry for all other Multi-
                                         Program/Project IT Investments
01   026-00-01-03-01-1602-00-109-02701   GSFC-Hubble Space Telescope
                                         Mission Ops IT




01   026-00-01-03-02-3001-00-118-06302   Summary Entry for all other Program
                                         Unique IT Investments
01   026-00-01-06-01-1404-00-109-02701   JSC-Space Station Training Facility




01   026-00-01-06-01-1405-00-118-06301   JSC-Flight Operations
01   026-00-01-06-01-1406-00-118-06301   JSC-Mission Control Center




01   026-00-01-06-01-1407-00-118-06301   JSC-Integrated Planning System




01   026-00-01-06-01-1408-00-118-06301   JSC-Software Development/Integration
                                         Laboratory




01   026-00-01-06-01-1409-00-118-06301   KSC-Launch Control System (LCS)
01   026-00-01-06-01-1417-00-118-06301   JSC-Space Shuttle Program Cockpit
                                         Avionics Upgrade




01   026-00-01-06-01-1418-00-118-06301   JSC-Space Shuttle Program Flight
                                         Software




01   026-00-01-06-01-1419-00-118-06301   JSC-Space Shuttle Program Program
                                         Integration




01   026-00-01-06-01-1420-00-109-02701   JSC-Space Station Production Facility




01   026-00-01-06-01-1422-00-118-06301   KSC-Integrated Logistics
01   026-00-01-06-01-1425-00-118-06301   KSC-Shuttle Processing Support




01   026-00-01-06-01-1427-00-118-06301   KSC-Ground Operations




01   026-00-01-06-01-2019-00-118-06301   KSC-Operational Television System
                                         Modernization




01   026-00-01-99-04-0060-24-313-16904   E-Rulemaking 2006




01   026-00-01-99-04-0100-24-105-01104   Business Gateway 2006




01   026-00-01-99-04-0120-24-409-20504   Geospatial One-Stop
01   026-00-01-99-04-0220-24-406-18504   E-Travel 2006
01   026-00-01-99-04-0230-24-410-20904   Integrated Acquisition Environment
                                         2006




01   026-00-01-99-04-0240-24-409-20404   E-Records Management 2006




01   026-00-01-99-04-0250-24-409-20304   E-Authentication 2006




01   026-00-01-99-04-1100-24-407-18704   Financial Management Line of Business




01   026-00-01-99-04-1200-24-408-19504   Human Resource Management Lines of
                                         Business



01   026-00-01-99-04-1217-24-408-23704   E-Training 2006




01   026-00-01-99-04-1218-24-408-23504   Recruitment One Stop 2006




01   026-00-01-99-04-1221-24-408-19504   E-Payroll 2006




01   026-00-01-99-04-1316-24-110-21904   Grants.gov
02   026-00-02-00-01-0001-00-404-13901   NASA Office Automation, IT
                                         Infrastructure, and Telecommunication




03   026-00-03-00-01-1001-00-311-10301   NASA Enterprise Architecture




03   026-00-03-00-01-1001-00-311-10301   MSFC-Payload Operations and
                                         Integration Center
04   026-00-04-00-02-1001-00-106-01602   Summary of all other Grants
                                         Management




               National Archives and Records Administration

01   393-00-01-01-01-0012-00-402-12401   OFAS




01   393-00-01-01-01-0013-00-407-19001   Records Center Program Billing System
                                         (RCPBS)




01   393-00-01-01-02-0014-00-402-12402   PEGASYS



01   393-00-01-02-02-0015-00-403-13102   CHRIS



01   393-00-01-03-01-0001-00-315-18101   Electronic Records Archives Program




01   393-00-01-03-02-0002-00-315-18102   Extend Life of Current Electronic
                                         Records Systems
01   393-00-01-03-02-0003-00-409-20402   Presidential Electronic Records
                                         Systems



01   393-00-01-03-02-0006-00-315-18102   Archival Research Catalog (ARC)




01   393-00-01-03-02-0011-00-315-18102   Scheduling and Appraisal System



01   393-00-01-04-01-0004-00-404-14101   Case Management and Reporting
                                         System (CMRS)




01   393-00-01-04-01-0005-00-106-01701   Expanding NARA Online Services
                                         (ENOS)




01   393-00-01-04-01-0007-00-313-17101   Federal Register Electronic Documents
                                         System


01   393-00-01-04-02-0016-00-409-20402   ADRRS/URTS




01   393-00-01-04-02-0017-00-305-10902   Web Site Design and Content

01   393-00-01-04-02-0019-00-315-18102   Master Location Register (MLR)




01   393-00-01-04-02-0021-00-315-18102   1930 Census


01   393-00-01-04-02-0030-00-106-01802   Visitor Services System (VSS)
01   393-00-01-04-02-0031-00-405-14402   Records Center Program Operations
                                         System (RCPOS)




01   393-00-01-99-04-0006-24-313-16904   E-Rulemaking




01   393-99-01-99-01-0024-24-315-18101   E-Records (Electronic Records
                                         Management (ERM) Initiative)




01   393-99-01-99-04-0023-24-410-20904   Integrated Acquisitions

01   393-99-01-99-04-0120-24-409-20504   Geospatial One-Stop
01   393-99-01-99-04-0220-24-406-18504   E-Travel




01   393-99-01-99-04-1316-24-110-21904   Grants.gov
02   393-00-02-00-01-0008-00-404-13901   Information Technology Infrastructure




02   393-00-02-00-02-0010-00-404-14102   Records Management Application
03   393-00-03-00-01-0032-00-304-10301   Enterprise Architecture (EA)




03   393-00-03-00-02-0024-00-304-10202   IT Policy and Capital Planning



03   393-00-03-00-02-0025-00-304-10302   Data Administration




03   393-00-03-00-02-0026-00-404-13602   Project Management Support




03   393-00-03-00-02-0027-00-304-10402   Performance Measurement and
                                         Reporting System



04   393-00-04-00-02-0029-00-106-01702   NHPRC




                         National Science Foundation

01   422-00-01-01-01-0001-00-402-12401   Major IT: NSF Financial Systems (FAS)
01   422-00-01-02-01-0026-00-403-23101   Major IT: Human Capital System
01   422-00-01-03-02-0003-00-404-14202   Non-major IT: Administrative
                                         Applications
01   422-00-01-03-02-0029-00-404-13602   Non-major IT: Support and Web
                                         Utilities
01   422-00-01-04-04-1100-24-407-18804   LOB: Financial Management
01   422-00-01-04-04-1200-24-408-24404   LOB: Human Resource Management
01   422-00-01-04-04-1300-24-110-21904   LOB: Grants Management
01   422-99-01-04-04-0060-24-313-16904   Non-Major IT: eRuleMaking
01   422-99-01-04-04-0100-24-303-07604   Non-Major IT: Business Gateway
01   422-99-01-04-04-0120-24-409-20504   Non-Major IT: Geospatial One-Stop
01   422-99-01-04-04-0220-24-406-18504   Non-Major IT: eTravel (footnote 3)
01   422-99-01-04-04-0230-24-410-20904   Non-Major IT: Integrated Acquisition
01   422-99-01-04-04-0250-24-409-20304   Non-Major IT: eAuthentication
                                         (footnote 3)
01   422-99-01-04-04-1316-24-110-21904   Non-Major IT: Grants.gov Phase I
                                         (footnote 2)
02   422-00-02-03-01-0032-00-404-13901   Major IT: IT Infrastructure and Office
                                         Automation
02   422-00-02-03-02-0016-00-404-14002   Non-Major IT: IT Security Initiatives &
                                         Disaster Recovery
03   422-00-03-03-01-0033-00-304-10301   Major IT: Enterprise Architecture
                                         Planning
03   422-00-03-03-02-0034-00-304-10402   Non -Major: Office of the CIO
                                         Requirements

04   422-00-04-03-01-0008-00-404-13601   Major IT: PRAMIS



04   422-00-04-03-01-0028-00-404-13801   Major IT: FastLane

04   422-00-04-03-02-0010-00-404-13802   Non-Major IT: Other Grants IT
                                         Applications

                       Nuclear Regulatory Commission

01   429-00-01-00-04-0120-24-409-20504   Geospatial One-Stop
01   429-00-01-00-04-0230-24-410-20904   IAE
01   429-00-01-00-04-1100-24-407-18704   FMLOB
01   429-00-01-01-01-1020-00-304-10101   Budget Formulation Application




01   429-00-01-01-01-2015-00-403-13201   Human Resource Management System
                                         (HRMS)
01   429-00-01-01-01-2025-00-307-11701   Fees Systems




01   429-00-01-01-01-2030-00-402-12901   Cost Accounting System




01   429-00-01-01-02-1030-00-304-10102   Financial Management Programmatic
                                         Support




01   429-00-01-01-02-1035-00-304-10102   Financial Management Web Support
01   429-00-01-01-02-1226-24-408-13202   DOI/NBC E-payroll Cross Service and
                                         FPPS




01   429-00-01-01-04-0220-24-406-18504   e-Travel Conversion




01   429-00-01-01-04-2020-00-402-12404   Federal Financial System
01   429-00-01-02-01-1010-00-404-14101   Agencywide Documents Access and
                                         Management System (ADAMS)




01   429-00-01-02-02-1227-24-408-22402   e-Training/Learning Management
                                         System




01   429-00-01-02-02-1228-24-408-22202   Recruitment One Stop/NRCareers
01   429-00-01-02-02-2018-00-404-13802   Business Services and Compliance
                                         Support




01   429-00-01-02-02-2050-00-404-14202   Data Information Support Systems




01   429-00-01-02-02-2055-00-401-11902   Administrative Systems Support




01   429-00-01-02-02-2060-00-403-22102   Workforce Support Systems
01   429-00-01-02-02-2062-00-404-14202   Work Tracking System




01   429-00-01-02-02-2063-00-116-05102   HLW Hearing Application Support




01   429-00-01-02-02-2065-00-404-13902   M&S Programmatic IT Support




01   429-00-01-02-02-2070-00-305-10902   M&S Web Support




01   429-00-01-03-01-2000-00-301-09301   Reactor Program System




01   429-00-01-03-01-2005-00-111-03501   Incident Response System
01   429-00-01-03-02-3005-00-301-09102   Enforcement Tracking Systems




01   429-00-01-03-02-3010-00-404-13602   High Performance Computing




01   429-00-01-03-02-3020-00-104-01002   Agency Emergency Planning &
                                         Response Systems




01   429-00-01-03-02-3021-00-404-14102   Secure LAN/Electronic Safe




01   429-00-01-03-02-3025-00-409-20302   Protected Web Server
01   429-00-01-03-02-3030-00-301-09302   Office of Investigations Management
                                         Information System (OIMIS)




01   429-00-01-03-02-3035-00-403-22402   Technical Training Center Simulators




01   429-00-01-03-02-3040-00-404-13802   Nuclear Reactor Regulation Operations
                                         Support




01   429-00-01-03-02-3045-00-404-13902   Reactor Programmatic IT Support




01   429-00-01-03-02-3050-00-305-10902   Reactor Web Support




01   429-00-01-04-01-1000-00-301-09301   License Tracking System (LTS)
01   429-00-01-04-01-1005-00-108-02501   General License Tracking System
                                         (GLTS)




01   429-00-01-04-01-1010-00-111-03501   National Source Tracking System
                                         (NSTS)




01   429-00-01-04-01-4000-00-116-05101   Licensing Support Network (LSN)




01   429-00-01-04-01-4005-00-116-05101   Digital Data Management System
                                         (DDMS)
01   429-00-01-04-02-1010-00-108-02502   Scientific Code Analysis




01   429-00-01-04-02-4010-00-111-03502   Interim Control of Sources Database




01   429-00-01-04-02-4020-00-404-13902   Nuclear Materials & Waste Safety
                                         Programmatic IT Resources




01   429-00-01-04-02-4025-00-305-10902   Nuclear Materials & Waste Safety Web
                                         Resources




02   429-00-02-06-01-1012-00-404-13901   Infrastructure Services & Support
02   429-00-02-06-02-6010-00-404-14002   Security




03   429-00-03-07-02-7000-00-304-10302   Enterprise Architecture




03   429-00-03-07-02-7005-00-404-13902   Technical Assessment



03   429-00-03-07-02-7010-00-304-10202   CPIC Support



                       Office of Personnel Management

01   027-00-01-01-01-1010-00-402-12401   Agency financial system


01   027-00-01-02-01-1010-00-403-13001   Retirement Systems Modernization
01   027-00-01-02-02-1020-00-403-13002   Retirement Systems current
01   027-00-01-02-02-1030-00-403-13002   Federal Annuity Claims Expert System
01   027-00-01-02-02-1040-00-408-19702   Personel Investigations Processing
                                         System
01   027-00-01-02-02-1050-00-408-19302   Benefits Selection
01   027-00-01-02-02-1060-00-408-19802   USA Staffing
01   027-00-01-02-02-1070-00-408-19802   USA Jobs (Recruitment One Stop in 04
                                         & 05)
01   027-00-01-02-02-1080-00-408-19802   HR Automation
01   027-00-01-02-02-1090-00-408-19602   Executive Management & Training
01   027-00-01-03-02-1010-00-315-17902   Workforce Information Support (e.g.,
                                         CPDF)
01   027-00-01-03-02-1020-00-315-17902   Strategic Policy Support Systems
01   027-00-01-05-02-1010-00-301-09202   OPM Admin Systems

01   027-00-01-05-02-1020-00-401-99902   OIG systems
01   027-00-01-99-01-1200-24-408-24401   Human Resources Line of Business
01   027-00-01-99-01-1217-24-408-23701   e-Training
01   027-00-01-99-01-1218-24-408-23501   Recruitment One-Stop (see USA Jobs
                                         in 06)
01   027-00-01-99-01-1219-24-408-24401   Enterprise HR Integration
01   027-00-01-99-01-1220-24-408-19701   e-Clearance
01   027-00-01-99-01-1221-24-408-19501   e-Payroll
01   027-00-01-99-04-0060-24-313-17104   e-Rulemaking
01   027-00-01-99-04-0100-24-105-01104   Business Gateway
01   027-00-01-99-04-0120-24-409-20504   Geospatial One-Stop
01   027-00-01-99-04-0220-24-406-18504   e-Travel
01   027-00-01-99-04-0230-24-410-20904   Integrated Acquisition
01   027-00-01-99-04-0250-24-409-20304   e-Authentication
01   027-00-01-99-04-1100-24-407-18704   Financial Management Line of Business

02   027-00-02-00-01-1010-00-404-13901   IT infrastructure

03   027-00-03-00-02-1010-00-404-13902   Enterprise Architecture & Planning

                        Small Business Administration

01   028-00-01-01-01-1001-00-402-12401   CFO: Oracle Administrative
                                         Accounting/JAAMS 1.0



01   028-00-01-01-04-0030-24-106-01604   E-GOV: e-Loans



01   028-00-01-02-01-2001-00-301-09301   OCA: Loan / Lender Monitoring System




01   028-00-01-02-01-2002-00-402-12801   SBG: Surety Bond Guarantee (SBG)
                                         Web Application




01   028-00-01-03-01-3003-00-105-01101   GCBD: HUBZone System


01   028-00-01-03-01-3004-00-301-09301   GCBD: 8(a) Business Development
                                         System




01   028-00-01-03-04-0230-24-410-20904   E-GOV: e-Integrated Acquisitions
01   028-00-01-04-01-4001-00-301-09201   OED: Entre Development MIS-2
01   028-00-01-04-01-4002-00-105-01101   OED: Small Bus Training Network




01   028-00-01-04-04-0250-24-409-20304   E-GOV: e-Authentication
01   028-00-01-05-01-5001-00-104-00901   ODA: Disaster Credit Management
                                         Modernization (DCMM)


01   028-00-01-06-01-0100-24-105-01101   E-GOV: Business Compliance One-
                                         Stop / Business Gateway



01   028-00-01-06-02-6021-00-204-07802   General Counsel Software
01   028-00-01-06-04-0220-24-406-18504   E-GOV: e-Travel
01   028-00-01-99-04-0040-24-312-10804   E-GOV: USA Services
01   028-00-01-99-04-0060-24-313-16904   E-GOV: Online Rulemaking
01   028-00-01-99-04-0080-24-307-11804   E-GOV: Federal Asset Sales
01   028-00-01-99-04-0090-24-114-04304   E-GOV: Intl Trade Streamlining
01   028-00-01-99-04-0120-24-409-20504   E-GOV: Geospatial One-stop
01   028-00-01-99-04-0130-24-104-01004   E-GOV: Disaster Management
01   028-00-01-99-04-0240-24-315-18104   E-GOV: e-Records Management
01   028-00-01-99-04-1100-24-407-18704   E-GOV: Financial Management
01   028-00-01-99-04-1217-24-408-23704   E-GOV: e-Training
01   028-00-01-99-04-1316-24-110-21904   E-GOV: Grants.gov
02   028-00-02-00-01-7001-00-404-13901   OCIO: OA /T/ I Meta 300

02   028-00-02-00-01-7002-00-404-14001   OCIO: IT Security Program




03   028-00-03-00-01-8001-00-304-10301   OCIO: Enterprise Architecture

04   028-00-04-00-01-9001-00-105-01101   OMA: e-GRANTS




                            Smithsonian Institution

01   452-00-01-01-01-1001-00-402-12401   Enterprise Resource Planning System
                                         (ERP)
01   452-00-01-01-01-1002-00-401-11901   Facilities Management System (FMS)
01   452-00-01-01-02-1003-00-402-12402   Adminisrative Support Systems
01   452-00-01-02-01-1001-00-106-01701   Art Collections IS (ArtCIS)
01   452-00-01-02-01-1002-00-106-01701   NMAI CIS
01   452-00-01-02-01-1003-00-106-01701   NMAH CIS
01   452-00-01-02-01-1004-00-106-01701   SIRIS
01   452-00-01-02-01-1005-00-106-01701   NASM CIS
01   452-00-01-02-01-1007-00-106-01701   NMNH RCIS
01   452-00-01-02-01-1008-00-106-01701   NPM CIS
01   452-00-01-02-01-1010-00-106-01801   SETIS
01   452-00-01-02-02-1006-00-106-01702   Collections Information Systems Pool
01   452-00-01-02-02-1009-00-106-01702   ZIMS
01   452-00-01-03-01-1001-00-109-02601   SAO Scientific Computing
01   452-00-01-03-02-1002-00-109-02602   Natural Science Geographic Information
                                         System
01   452-00-01-04-02-1201-24-408-19602   E-Training
01   452-00-01-04-04-0010-24-117-05804   Recreation One-Stop
01   452-00-01-04-04-0120-24-409-20504   Geospatial One-Stop
01   452-00-01-04-04-0231-24-410-20904   Integrated Acquisition Environment
02   452-00-02-02-01-1001-00-404-13901   Information Technology Infrastructure
02   452-00-02-02-02-1002-00-404-13602   IRM Pool
03   452-00-03-03-02-1001-00-404-14202   IT Architecture & Planning

                        Social Security Administration

01   016-00-01-01-01-2015-00-402-12401   Financial Accounting System (FACTS)




01   016-00-01-01-01-2035-00-402-12401   SSA Unified Measurement
                                         System/Managerial Cost Accountability
                                         System (SUMS/MCAS)




01   016-00-01-01-02-2129-00-402-12402   Non-Major Financial Mgmt. Projects
01   016-00-01-02-01-2025-00-404-13601   Electronic Wage Reporting (EWR)
                                         System
01   016-00-01-02-01-2045-00-404-13801   Title II Redesign (T2R)




01   016-00-01-02-01-2060-00-404-13601   Accelerated Electronic Disability System
                                         (AeDib)




01   016-00-01-02-01-2065-00-404-13601   Digital Audio for ALJ Hearings




01   016-00-01-02-01-2085-00-404-13801   Paperless PSC




01   016-00-01-02-01-2125-00-404-13601   DDS Automation




01   016-00-01-02-01-2126-00-112-03601   Disability Process Improvements
01   016-00-01-02-01-2127-00-110-03101   Medicare Modernization Act Project




01   016-00-01-02-02-2130-00-304-10702   Non-Major Service Projects


01   016-00-01-02-04-0100-24-105-01104   Business Gateway



01   016-00-01-02-04-0120-24-409-20504   Geospatial One-Stop


01   016-00-01-02-04-1100-24-407-19204   Financial Management LoB
01   016-00-01-02-04-1200-24-408-23504   Human Resources LoB
01   016-00-01-02-04-1316-24-110-21904   Grants.Gov




01   016-00-01-03-01-0150-24-409-19901   eVital (Electronic Death
                                         Registration(EDR))




01   016-00-01-03-01-2020-00-402-12901   Access to Financial Institution
                                         Information
01   016-00-01-03-02-2136-00-301-09302   Non-Major Stewardship Projects



01   016-00-01-03-04-0230-24-410-20904   Integrated Acquisition Environment



01   016-00-01-04-01-2026-00-403-22401   Interactive Video Teletraining (IVT)




01   016-00-01-04-01-4020-00-304-10601   Employees with Disabilities (EWD)




01   016-00-01-04-02-2131-00-403-22402   Non-Major Staff Projects



01   016-00-01-04-02-2132-00-304-10102   Non-Major IT Mission Projects



01   016-00-01-04-04-0250-24-409-20304   E-Authentication



01   016-00-01-06-04-0220-24-406-18504   E-travel




01   016-00-01-09-04-0020-24-101-00304   GovBenefits.gov



01   016-00-01-99-04-0060-24-313-16904   E-Rulemaking
01   016-00-01-99-04-0240-24-409-20404   E-Records Management


02   016-00-02-00-01-2128-00-404-13901   IT Operations Assurance




02   016-00-02-00-01-2210-00-404-13901   Infrastructure




03   016-00-03-00-01-2135-00-404-13601   Enterprise Architecture
03   016-00-03-00-02-2133-00-404-13602   Non-Major IT Architecture Projects




04   016-00-04-01-02-2134-00-404-13602   Non-Major Grants Mgmt Projects


     * The detail for the Department of Defense and the Department of Housing and Urban Devleopment will be provide
     update that will be published in April 2005.
Description                                                 Total Investments            Development/Modernization/Enh        Steady State
                                                                                         ancement
                                                        FY2004     FY2005     FY2006     FY2004   FY2005     FY2006    FY2004




Provides an integrated asset managemnet                     $3.7       $6.0       $6.0        $1.2      $3.0      $2.3     $2.5
soultion that will enable USDA to effectively
manage it real and personal property assests
department-wide.
USDA Corporate finanical information sytems                $64.6      $62.0      $61.7        $0.0      $0.0      $0.0    $64.6
serves as the intitiative for the OCFO to achieve
compliance with the CFO Act of 1990 and
provides the functionality to implement the US
standard General Ledger.
The scope of this business case is completion of            $2.1       $2.3       $0.0        $2.1      $2.3      $0.0     $0.0
the migration phase of the e-Payroll initiative.
Specifically, this project encompasses moving five
departments/agencies from their current payroll
providers to the NFC Legacy Payroll/Personnel
System (PPS) as part of the payroll
migration/realignment. Eventually, all NFC
customers will be migrated to a replacement (or
end state) payroll system. Therefore, this initiative
is closely tied to USDA?s Legacy PPS, UPI 005-
45-01-01-01-0000-00-402-124 and the Human
Resources Line of Business (HR-LoB): Service
Center initiative. Implementation of a replacement
system will be addressed in the HR-LoB: Service
Center business case.
This business case addresses the implementation         $0.5    $7.7   $10.8    $0.5    $7.7   $10.8    $0.0
of a Human Resources Line of Business (HR-LoB)
Shared Service Center by the United States
Department of Agriculture's (USDA) National
Finance Center (NFC) that offers standardized
human resources (HR) management and back
office processing activities on a Federal
Government-wide level. NFC seeks to be selected
as an HR-LoB Service Center. When requested
by the Office of Personnel Management (OPM),
NFC will submit a proposal seeking to provide
integrated core HR, payroll, and other personnel
processing services to Federal customers.
Specifically, the Shared Service Center will in the
near term incorporate both a newly-transitioned
Internet Combined Administrative Management
System (I*CAMS) and the legacy Payroll
Personnel System (PPS) to provide both HR and
payroll services. In the long term, the Shared
Service Center is envisioned to house a unified,
modern, COTS-based system that provides both
HR and payroll services. (This new integrated
system will represent the PPS replacement or
?end state? payroll system originally envisioned
This investment represents infrastructure,             $16.4   $16.8   $16.5    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $16.5
application support, and operations for legacy
payroll/personnel applications operated by the
NFC in New Orleans. Former UII- 005-45-01-01-
01-2000-00-402-124
The FMMI investment is to improve financial             $0.0    $0.2    $6.1    $0.0    $0.2    $6.1    $0.0
management performance by providing USDA
agencies with a modern, efficient core financial
management system that complies with Federal
accounting and systems standards and provides
maximum support to the USDA mission.
IAS is a department-wide initiative to provide         $35.9   $27.1   $30.6   $20.5   $11.6   $14.5   $15.4
implement e-government in acquisition.
OCIO eGov Implementation                                $2.9    $3.0    $2.9    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $2.9
OCIO Security Implementation                            $4.5    $8.5    $4.6    $0.1    $1.3    $0.0    $4.4
Staff costs for OCIO                                    $3.1    $2.4    $2.4    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $3.1

AGCAS is a system which facilitates the                 $0.4    $1.3    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.4
development of acquisition contracts through the
combining of standard contract clauses. This
system will be retired when IAS is fully functional.
DA Information Technology Security Planning             $0.1    $0.1    $0.1    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.1
includes not only developing security plans, but
implementation and monitoring. Certification and
Accreditation for non-major systems are also
included.
The Beltsville Service Center consists of three         $0.6    $0.2    $0.2    $0.4    $0.1    $0.1    $0.2
centers: Central Excess Property, Central Supply
Stores, and Consolidated Forms Distribution. The
warehouse management system provides
inventory control, billing, and shipping support for
the BSC.
The DA Information Resources Division provides          $2.3    $2.4    $2.4    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $2.3
strategic and tactical information management
support for the staff offices of Departmental
Administration.
E-Government in DA is to ensure a secure and           $0.0   $0.2   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
redundant architecture for DA e-governmental
functions, and to support e-government
deployment in DA. DA also supports Presidential
and USDA initiatives.
PCMS is a department-wide initiative to support        $2.2   $1.5   $0.0   $2.2   $1.5   $0.0   $0.0
the billing and reconciliation of purchase cards in
USDA. This system will be retired following the full
implementation of IAS.
The TARGET Program ensures that assistive              $1.0   $1.0   $1.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.0
technology is available to USDA employees
through a demonstration center, evaluations, and
management of the CAP program.
This initiative represents the technology to support   $0.6   $0.6   $0.6   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.6
mail operations and centralized reproduction
services for USDA headquarters.
Provides to the public an authoritative and reliable   $0.1   $0.2   $0.4   $0.1   $0.2   $0.4   $0.0
information about publicly-owned outdoor
recreation areas, historic and cultural sites,
museums, and visitor centers. Funding by FS.
Provide a single, easy to use elegibility inquiry      $1.0   $0.3   $0.3   $1.0   $0.3   $0.3   $0.0
form that citizens will complete to determine the
benefits they are eligible to receive. Funding by
FAS, FSA, RMA, FNS, NRCS, CSREES, RBS,
RHS, RUS.
eLoans is a Presidential eGovernment initiative to     $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.0
provide an Internet-based One-Stop Shopping
experience for the American public to learn about,
apply for and receive information about all
Government loans.
Citizens can easily access and participate in a        $0.8   $0.9   $1.1   $0.8   $0.9   $1.2   $0.0
high quality, efficient and open rulemaking
process. Funding by FSA, FAS, RMA, FNS, FSIS,
AMS, APHIS, GIPSA, FS, NRCS, RBS, RUS.

Web-based business conducted for the benefit of        $0.0   $1.3   $1.8   $0.0   $1.3   $1.8   $0.0
the public and to reduce administrative costs for
the government.
To provide fast, low cost, reliable access to          $0.1   $0.3   $0.3   $0.1   $0.3   $0.3   $0.0
Geospatial Data needed for Federal, State, and
local government operations. Funding by FSA,
RMA, FS, NRCS, RBS, RHS, RUS.
An easy to use, unified point of access to Disaster    $1.5   $1.2   $0.7   $1.5   $1.2   $0.7   $0.0
Management knowledge and services. Funded by
FSA, RMA, FNS, FSIS, APHIS, FS, NRCS,
CSREES, RUS.
Established to address critical public safety          $1.5   $1.6   $1.6   $1.5   $1.6   $1.6   $0.0
wireless communications shortcomings across all
levels of government. Funding by FSIS, APHIS,
FS.
A unified, simplified service that delivers a cost-    $0.6   $1.1   $0.0   $0.6   $1.1   $0.0   $0.0
effective travel experience, supports management,
and results in customer satisfaction. Funding by
all USDA Agencies/Staff Offices.

A secure business environment that facilitates and     $0.8   $0.6   $0.5   $0.8   $0.6   $0.5   $0.0
supports cost-effective acquisition of goods and
services in support of mission performance.
Funding by all USDA Agencies/Staff Offices.
Computerized electronic functions for the              $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
management of government records to eliminate
paper.
One of the Presidential Initiatives that uses         $0.7   $0.4   $0.5   $0.7   $0.4   $0.5   $0.0
enabling technology that intends to define policies
and solutions that will enable only applications to
execute secure business transactions online.

A Presidential Initiative.                            $0.0   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0
HR Management LOB is an initiative to integrate       $0.0   $0.2   $0.2   $0.0   $0.2   $0.2   $0.0
and expand current HR projects across the
agencies of USDA.
Provide cost-effective economies of scale for the     $1.3   $2.9   $2.9   $1.3   $2.9   $2.9   $0.0
delivery of e-Training services to Federal, state,
and local government organizations. Funding by
all USDA Agencies/Staff Offices.
                                                             $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
Produce a simple, unified, "storefront" for all       $0.6   $0.8   $0.8   $0.6   $0.8   $0.8   $0.0
customers of Federal Grants to electronically find
opportunities, apply and manage grants. Funding
by FAS, FNS, APHIS, FS, NRCS, ARS, CSREES,
ERS, NASS, RBS, RHS, RUS, DA, OCFO.

CMIS enhances USDA's ability to meet its              $2.0   $1.6   $1.6   $2.0   $1.6   $1.6   $0.0
responsibilities to provide food and fiber
decisionmakers with consistent, objective, and
reliable commodity market information. CMIS
provides users with a one-source repository of
commodity market information.
Provides essential information to Federal             $0.3   $0.1   $0.2   $0.3   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0
agencies seeking to procure biobased products in
compliance with FSRIA, Section 9002.
Enterprise System supporting Civil Rights             $1.5   $1.0   $2.8   $1.4   $0.7   $2.3   $0.1
These are the USDA data centers utilized by ERS       $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
to conduct its mission. Administrative systems
usage is based at NFC while research activity is
conducted at NITC.
Support IT staff for doing research.                  $3.9   $4.0   $4.0   $1.7   $1.9   $1.8   $2.1
Research is essential for reviewing and               $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.3
developing new methods for more effectively and
efficently providing services to the public.
Data Collection and Processing System                 $4.7   $4.9   $5.2   $0.5   $0.6   $0.7   $4.2

NASS uses geospatial satellite and aerial data to     $1.2   $1.3   $1.6   $0.3   $0.3   $0.4   $1.0
support NASS survey and Census of Agriculture
programs. NASS also uses these data for the
popular Cropland Data Layer and to help monitor
crop conditions during the growing season.
System for tabulating and setting estimates for       $2.7   $2.9   $2.8   $0.4   $0.5   $0.4   $2.4
publications. Dissemination includes
methodologies for data delivery to public.
ARMPS is a PC-based application for fundholders       $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
to annually plan and allocate resources.

Provides authorized funding levels to each Area       $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
by location and CRIS project, and manages
appropriations.
A stand-alone, PC-based software system used          $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
ARS-wide as the funds control system.
This is a multi-year project to reengineer key        $1.0   $1.0   $1.5   $0.2   $0.2   $0.7   $0.8
agency legacy systems into a integrated
information management system.
Expand efforts to share dietary data collection and   $0.2   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
processing technology
Provides automated retrieval capabilities for the       $1.3    $1.3    $1.3   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1    $1.3
collecton and dissemination of germplasm
information.
Integrates new and existing component research          $0.2    $0.2    $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.2
to sutury whole-farm effects of farm production
systems.
Provide the scientific and common names of              $1.0    $1.0    $1.0   $1.0   $1.0   $1.0    $0.0
plants as well as their economic uses,
descriptions, etc.
Serves an an authoritative food composition             $0.4    $0.4    $0.4   $0.2   $0.2   $0.2    $0.2
database to addres food and health concerns
IT services and support provided to the ARS            $14.7   $14.7   $14.7   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $14.7
research locations and area offices.
Through the use of the world wide web and the           $2.4    $2.4    $2.8   $0.7   $1.5   $1.7    $1.8
integration/linking of some forty separate,
disparate databases, REEIS will provide advanced
tools to provide quick and easy access to a
centralized knowledge base of information. In
August 2004, CSREES re-evaluated the the Lines
of Business for it's investments and made
changes where appropriate.
An integrated system incorporating all phases of        $0.8    $0.8    $0.6   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.8
the grants life-cycle, from budget outlay, proposal
review and management, to award and post-
award management, to funds management and
disbursal, and ultimately to reporting on the
budget. In August 2004, CSREES re-evaluated
the the Lines of Business for it's investments and
made changes where appropriate.
The CRIS system provides information and                $1.1    $1.0    $1.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $1.1
access to all currently funded research projects
supported by USDA. In August 2004, CSREES re-
evaluated the the Lines of Business for it's
investments and made changes where
appropriate.
Foundation Financial Information System (FFIS),         $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.0
User Fee System(UFS), Reimbursable Overtime
System (ROT) (which are all operational). New
systems are being developed this year.
A comprehensive automated data collection and           $2.6    $0.8    $0.4   $2.6   $0.2   $0.3    $0.0
management system for the Asian Longhorned
Beetle program.
International Service(IS) world wide Connectivity,      $2.0    $1.8    $0.1   $1.9   $1.7   $0.0    $0.1
with DTS-PO connectivity to about 7 sites and Dial-
in or broadband access for approximately 70
locations/individuals.
WS provides wildlife damage management to               $1.8    $1.4    $1.4   $1.8   $1.4   $0.5    $0.0
protect Human Health and Safety, Agriculture
products, Property, and Natual Resources. This is
a mission-critical system for Wildlife Services, and
is not part of a multi-agency initiative. MIS 2000
tracks field work of WS personnel. It includes
information about where and when work was
performed, why the work was performed, the
equipment and chemicals used, the type of work
and the work results. This system is for internal
use by USDA APHIS WS, and it is not open to the
public.
A comprehensive automated permit system                 $4.8    $3.3    $2.2   $4.8   $3.3   $2.2    $0.0
encompassing APHIS regulatory import permit
processes (includes PPQ, VS, and BRS).
The PCIT system establishes a new process to          $0.9   $3.6   $2.5   $0.9   $3.6   $2.5   $0.0
collect and track phytosanitary certificates.
Counterfit and fraudulent certificates were
produced because, up until now, there were no
standardized electronic processes for producing
or tracking certificates.
Investment is a IT Application and System             $2.6   $3.6   $3.6   $1.9   $1.7   $1.6   $0.7
Modernization Project for the APHIS-VS-
NVSL/CVB Programs. Project will replace existing
USDA-APHIS-VS-NVSL/CVB Mission Critical
Legacy Systems with a new IT System which
meets the current needs and provides for future
needs of NVSL and CVB and their
customers/stakeholders. All processes and
systems impacted support GPEA plan.
<BR><BR> Reviewed by USDA E-board on
August 6, 2004 <BR><BR> Note: Unique Project
(Investment) Identifier was modified from FY2004
submission to reflect primary line of business in
last 6 digits for compliance with FEA (Old UPI 005-
32-01-61-02-9001-00-402-124) <BR><BR>
Investment was re-scoped during FY2004 to also
include the support and maintenance and C&A for
USDA-APHIS-VS-NVSL/CVB Mission Critical
Legacy Systems which will be replaced by this
investment (modifications to project milestones
and costs reflect this change). <BR><BR> The
following legacy systems (currently in steady
state) will be replaced by this investment:
<BR><BR> -NVSL CALS Laboratory Information
Aggregation of software applications to assist        $3.1   $4.6   $4.6   $2.4   $3.2   $3.0   $0.7
APHIS in the management of emergencies.
Collection of applications includes software for
epidemiology, administrative functions and spatial
analysis.
Animal disease surveillance system for entry of       $2.6   $4.8   $5.6   $1.4   $3.6   $4.1   $1.2
diseases with federal oversight.
The Biological Agents and Chemical Inventory          $0.3   $0.6   $0.6   $0.3   $0.6   $0.5   $0.0
Management Process is core to the operations of
the USDA/APHIS/VS NVSL and CVB
Laboratories. The USDA select agent
management procedures call for stringent
information records management for inventories
and movement of high consequence pathogens
(HCP) and chemicals. The Integrated Item
Tracking System (IITS) will allow all laboratories
to manage biological agent, reagent and chemical
inventories in a consistent fashion within a secure
environment, which meets the information
requirements of the process, and meets the
information records management requirements
essential for compliance with USDA Biosecurity
Policies & Procedures, the laboratories’
quality assurance (QA) program, and the ISO
laboratories’ certification efforts. <BR><BR>
Project Unique Identifier for FY2005 was: 005-32-
01-61-02-9008-00-402-124. This was changed
this year to reflect primary line of business.
The Agricultural Bioterrorism Act of 2002 requires      $4.2    $0.0    $1.5   $4.2    $0.0   $1.4   $0.0
APHIS to register, track and regulate all entities
and individuals with access to specified select
biological agents and toxins. APHIS has created a
new Select Agent Program to meet the mandates
of the Act. The High Consequence Agent
Registration and Tracking System (HCARTS) is
the primary information technology tool supporting
APHIS' Select Agent Program. The system will be
the central database for all APHIS select agent
information, as well as serve as the program's
document workflow management tool. A 2-phase
approach for development is being employed.
Phase I is to deploy an internal stand-alone "Fast
Track" application (HCARTS-FT) to manage
registrations. Phase I work is complete and the
system is scheduled for C&A in September 2004.
Phase II calls for the development of a
"Comprehensive Solution" (HCARTS-CS) which
will incorporate functionality for all five major
select agent forms, as well as implement
scanning, document management, workflow
management, additional reporting and web-based
data collection. HCARTS-CS is currently in the
National animal identification program for the          $1.5   $11.0   $13.0   $1.5   $11.0   $9.2   $0.0
purpose of protecting animal health.
The BRS database systems consist of a simple            $0.4    $0.5    $0.0   $0.4    $0.5   $0.0   $0.0
database to track biotechnology permits
developed in Paradox (Version 4.0), a prototyped
Microsoft Access database for Inspection and
Compliance data, and a preliminary integrated
Oracle database design. The Paradox system
collects and reports on permitting information only,
and is a DOS based application. The Microsoft
Access Inspection and Compliance data system
began collection of initial data beginning this Oct
2003. The data will contain CBI and must be
physically handled and manually entered. The
preliminary integrated Oracle database is a
working design in progress to facilitate this project
and facilitate integration with E-permits.
The PPQ Digital Imaging Program provides a              $0.7    $0.5    $0.5   $0.0    $0.0   $0.0   $0.7
scientific platform to support the National
Identification section, Safeguarding Initiative,
Homeland Security, and Agriculture Quality
Inspections (AQI) program activities.
A group of small web-enabled operational                $0.1    $0.2    $0.1   $0.0    $0.2   $0.0   $0.1
systems established for internal and external
information management and dissemination.
Allows PPQ to track the interception and                $0.3    $0.3    $0.3   $0.0    $0.0   $0.0   $0.3
identification of Pests intercepted at Ports of Entry
and domestically (replaces and expands on the
legacy PIN309 system).
System for detecting pests.                             $3.3    $0.0    $0.0   $3.3    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
PQ280 is used to track the disposition of plants        $0.2    $0.2    $0.2   $0.0    $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
and plant products into the United States.It is used
to track import problems with specific plant
products and monitor trends that may exist with
respect to specific plant imports.
The AQIM system tracks disease outbreak,                 $0.3    $0.2    $0.2    $0.3    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0
incidence and prevalence information. Information
includes approach rate of travelers with prohibited
material, number and rate of pest interceptions in
relation to the number of travelers.

PPQ Emergency Action Notification                        $0.2    $0.4    $0.2    $0.2    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0

The 33 Lotus Notes Databases fulfill a variety of        $0.5    $0.5    $0.6    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.5
needs for the dozens of programs serviced,
including SITC \, ACO,EAN,PRA (Pest Risk
Assessment) The Lotus Notes applications
provide programs with a repository of accurate,
complete and timely data.
Current WADS counts/reports are monthly                  $0.2    $0.2    $0.2    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.2
summary numbers for each work activity/output.
DHS will be responsible for performing the
Agricultural Inspections for imports. APHIS will be
responsible for recommending staffing levels to
DHS.
The sample collections project is a research             $0.8    $0.8    $0.8    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.8
project to test the feasibility of basing the PPQ
sample collection processes on barcoding and
handheld computer technology.
This investment represents the cost of APHIS IT          $1.0    $0.0    $1.0    $0.0    $0.0    $1.0    $1.0
personnel not counted elsewhere in the APHIS
Portfolio, namely, APHIS CIO staff and Planning
and Forecasting staff.
This project is intended to review and analyze the       $0.0    $1.9    $1.7    $0.0    $1.9    $1.7    $0.0
multiple systems within APHIS that include
information on violations and investigations.
The LARIS electronic upgrade project will upgrade        $0.2    $0.1    $0.1    $0.1    $0.0    $0.0    $0.1
LARIS which currently resides on an Agency
hardware platform running AIX that provides
access for up to 200 concurrent remote users.

VS’ source for import/export data and                  $0.0    $5.3    $5.3    $0.0    $2.7    $2.8    $0.0
information that supports risk assessments and
regionalization.
The NAHLN IT solution fulfills a critical need in the    $2.2    $2.5    $2.7    $2.2    $1.7    $1.8    $0.0
Nation’s agricultural surveillance and
response system by serving as an extensive
repository of near real-time, detailed animal health
laboratory test data collected from state veterinary
diagnostic laboratory information management
systems nationwide. The NAHLN IT solution
allows federal and state resources to share
laboratory test more efficiently, reducing the risk
of animal disease outbreaks and facilitating rapid
response in the event that such cases occur. It
supports the Animal Health Monitoring System
and Emergemcy Management Systems.
System to track personnel costs                          $0.0    $0.0    $0.2    $0.0    $0.0    $0.2    $0.0
The FACTS investment is an initiative to replace        $14.3   $14.2   $14.3   $14.3   $14.2   $14.3    $0.0
existing stovepipe application systems with a suite
of component systems that will collaboratively
share data housed in a single corporate database.

The Field Automation and Information                    $10.7    $4.2    $6.2    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $10.7
Management (FAIM) project acquires hardware
and software for FSIS field personnel with
associated maintenance, support and training.
This investment is an e-governement Smart                $0.0    $0.2    $1.4   $0.0    $0.2    $1.4   $0.0
Choice from USDA's Strategic Plan FY 2002-
2006. The Food Safety and Security Tools is
made up of 6 separate componets which are, 1 -
Enhancing Foodsafety.gov, 2 - creating an
emergency response center, 3 - equiping field
staff with wireless handheld devices, 4 -
Integrating USDA import inspection systems, 5 -
expanding the National Food Safety laboratory
system to all states and 6 - creating an animal
disease tracking system (AnimalNet)
eLEXNET (electronic laboratory exchange                  $0.0    $4.0    $4.0   $0.0    $4.0    $4.0   $0.0
network) is a national, web-based, electronic data
reporting system that allows analytical laboratories
to rapidly report and exchange standardized data.

The Humane Handling Activities Tracking (HAT) is         $0.0    $1.5    $1.5   $0.0    $1.5    $1.5   $0.0
a component of eADRS. The Humane Activities
Tracking (HAT) program will provide FSIS with
more accurate and complete data on the time
spent by FSIS personnel performing nine specific
humane handling related tasks to ensure humane
handling and slaughter requirements are met.
The system was mandated by the Livestock                 $1.2    $1.4    $1.8   $0.5    $0.7    $1.1   $0.7
Mandatory Reporting Act of 1999 (The Act). The
Act improves the price and supply reporting
services of the Department of Agriculture.
Approximately $2.5 billion worth of commodities          $0.2   $10.1   $10.1   $0.2   $10.1   $10.1   $0.0
are purchased per year by USDA to provide
support for Federal food assistance programs.
This system will be used by USDA and the
suppliers of purchased commodities to bid, award,
and pay for commodities.
Mission specific initiatives.                            $3.1    $3.1    $3.5   $0.4    $0.4    $0.8   $2.7
The Market News Information System provides              $1.7    $1.6    $1.6   $0.1    $0.1    $0.1   $1.6
information to producers, processors, distributors,
and financial markets on the current prices,
supply, and distribution of over 400 agricultural
commodities, both domestic and imported.
Provide a fully integrated budget, accounting, and       $1.9    $1.4    $2.0   $0.0    $0.2    $0.7   $1.9
financial reporting system addressing all phases
of RMA financial responsibilities to ensure proper
accounting, control, reporting, receipt, and
disbursement of RMA crop insurance funds.
Integrated data systems supporting RMA                   $6.7    $5.4    $7.5   $1.9    $0.4    $2.6   $4.9
functions & business processes to provide
accurate actuarial risk management &
underwriting projections & experience data to
customers. Supports USDA goal of sharing
producer data among farm service agencies.
Project to create warehouse of crop insurance            $0.2    $0.2    $3.8   $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $0.2
data; use data, relevant statistical data mining
tools for research to decrease program
vulnerability; detect fraud, waste and abuse.
Studies include loss patterns, rare big losers and
indemnity manipulation.
Project will provide: digital actuarial maps with four   $0.2    $0.0    $0.0   $0.1    $0.0    $0.0   $0.1
critical themes and some common themes of
USDAs GIS data; RMA effective decision support
system linking spatial data to policy data for
improved actions to reduce waste fraud and
abuse.
RMA will identify, pilot and implement emerging         $0.0    $0.0    $5.8    $0.0    $0.0    $5.8   $0.0
technologies and best IT practices that best
support the business and delivery mission of
RMA, applying e-commerce technology to
integrate RMA and its insurance delivery partners.

In response to ARPA, RMA establishes                    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $0.0
partnerships with public/private entities to develop
risk management tools for agricultural producers.
Tools may result in development of a variety of
software and/or web-based applications made
available publicly.
Core Accounting System (CORE)                           $1.4    $0.7    $0.7    $0.2    $0.0    $0.0   $1.2

Combined FSA and RD                                     $3.7    $4.3    $4.5    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $3.7

This investment is the consolidation of FSA             $6.1    $2.6    $2.8    $4.0    $1.0    $1.0   $2.1
Financial Management Investments #0003
Automated Records Management of Producer
Claims (imaging), #0004 Financial Management
Information Systems (FMIS), #0005 Subsidiary
Accounting Systems, #0019 Centralized
Disbursement System, #0039 Producer Program
Reporting System and #0067 Financial,
Accounting, Information Reporting System
(FAIRS). These investments were consolidated in
FY03 to allow for the integration of various
financial management systems into a common
investment.
This investment is the consolidation of FSA             $2.4    $2.5    $2.6    $1.1    $0.5    $0.5   $1.3
Financial Management Investments #0007 New
General Sales Manager Guarantee System (GSM)
and #0089 APLUS. The CGSM supports the CCC
Export Credit Guarantee Programs and tracks the
agreement between the U.S. exporter, the U.S.
financial institution, the foreign bank, and the
foreign importer to sell, export, buy, finance, and
pay for U.S. commodities exported to countries
participating in CCC's Export Credit Guarantee
programs. The GSM System was reengineered in
FY04 to incorporate eGov functionality.
Multi Agency and intergovermental effort supports      $16.7   $22.1   $39.1   $16.2   $21.7   $38.8   $0.5
Farm Program missions by enhancing information
sharing and promotes partnership goals of
President's Management Agenda.
Congress mandates CCC/FSA to manage cotton              $2.9    $2.8    $2.8    $1.0    $0.6    $0.6   $1.9
programs set forth in the Federal Agriculture
Improvement and Reform Act of 1996 FSA also
administers the U.S. Warehouse Act providing for
issuance of electronic warehouse receipts for
cotton.
Provides automated enrollment processing and            $0.5    $1.1    $1.1    $0.3    $0.1    $0.1   $0.2
subsequent timely and accurate payments to
producers as mandated to comply with federal
legislation.
Consolidates IT efforts and resources to support        $2.1    $3.1    $3.2    $0.9    $1.3    $1.4   $1.1
FSA Commodity Management Systems.
Consolidates these FSA investments:
#0017,#0018, #0020 and #0021.
This investment is the consolidation of FSA Farm       $6.1    $5.8    $5.8    $2.7    $4.2    $4.2    $3.4
Program Investments #0027 Cooperative
Marketing Association Procesing, #0045 Peanut
System, and #0048 Automated Price Support.
This investment is the consolidation of FSA Farm       $0.9    $3.1    $2.8    $0.7    $1.7    $1.5    $0.2
Program Investments #0028 Natural Disaster
Relief Programs and #0034 Noninsured Crop
Disaster Assistance Program.
This investment is the consolidation of FSA Farm       $8.9   $10.4   $10.7    $7.1    $7.0    $4.2    $1.9
Loan Program Investments #0011, #0012, #0016,
#0041, #0042, #0043, #0073, #0081, and #0083.

This investment is the consolidation of FSA Farm       $1.1    $1.7    $1.7    $0.7    $1.2    $1.2    $0.5
Program Investments #0037 Tobacco Loan
Association Automation System and #0046
Tobacco Mainframe and Field Office System.
This investment is the consolidation of FSA Farm       $0.8    $0.9    $0.9    $0.8    $0.9    $0.9    $0.0
Program Investments #0049 Conservation
Reporting and Evaluation System and #0050
Conservation Reserve Program.
This investment is the consolidation of FSA Farm       $2.3    $3.5    $3.6    $1.0    $2.0    $2.1    $1.3
Program Investments #0031 Acreage Reporting
and Compliance Systems and #0032 Farm
Programs Management Systems and #0033
Customer Name/Address and Subsidiary System.
This is the COMBINED FSA, AMS and FNS                 $12.9   $12.2   $12.7    $4.3    $3.7    $2.8    $8.6
investment called "Processed Commodity
Inventory Management System (PCIMS) - "FSA,
FNS, AMS."
This investment supports FSA's contributions to        $0.0    $0.3    $0.3    $0.0    $0.3    $0.3    $0.0
the eGov effort.
Water & Climate data collection, reporting, &          $2.5    $2.7    $2.3    $0.6    $0.6    $0.6    $1.9
projections for Western US, includes SNOTEL
Collections of Natural Resource Data supporting       $19.3   $18.8   $19.1   $12.5   $10.9   $10.8    $6.8
GIS and Inventories of US Natural Resources.
Former UII - 005-45-01-11-01-1000-00-311-160
IT applications to support NRCS conservation on       $43.4   $41.2   $42.2    $3.7    $2.1    $1.5   $39.8
the land
The Guaranteed Loan System (GLS) is a mission          $4.7   $12.5   $12.9    $3.0    $9.4    $7.8    $1.7
critical project for both Rural Development and the
Farm Service Agnecy (FSA). It will replace two
legacy systems and several manual tracking
methods used to date.
RULSS Integrated program and financial                 $4.1    $6.1    $9.3    $4.1    $4.3    $7.6    $0.0
management system for loan servicing.
Integrated financial management system.                $2.6    $2.6    $2.6    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $2.6

MFIS will integrate the calculation and collection     $2.3    $2.3    $2.3    $1.0    $0.8    $0.8    $1.3
of MFH Loan payment.
Dedicated Loan Origination System mortgage             $8.6    $8.2   $10.8    $3.5    $2.9    $3.7    $5.0
origination and servicing system.
AMAS Industry Interface                                $0.7    $0.7    $0.8    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.7
Summary information on "bottom line" indicators        $0.2    $0.2    $0.2    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.2
i.e. deliquency, obligations, applications,
inventory.
Financial services and payroll provided to USDA        $2.8    $2.8    $2.8    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $2.8
National office on-site IT support.                    $2.2    $2.2    $2.3    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $2.2

Supports the Management Information Systems            $0.1    $0.1    $0.1    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.1
for community and business programs.
Electronic government                                  $3.3    $4.3    $4.2    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $3.3
Provide RUS managers with ad hoc reporting, on-         $0.8   $0.8   $1.6   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.8
line query, borrower directories, transaction
histories, etc..
USDA Field Service Center                               $8.5   $3.6   $3.6   $8.5   $3.6   $3.6   $0.0
IT security                                             $2.3   $4.3   $4.4   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $2.3
Agreement                                               $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
Supports FAS' Strategic plan to implement               $1.7   $0.7   $0.2   $1.2   $0.6   $0.0   $0.5
President's Management Agenda; supplements
USDA/OCFO's FFIS to meet FAS' requirements to
meet goals of budgetary and programmatic control
of funds and improved timeliness and accuracy of
financial reporting.
Supports Presidents E-gov agenda by                     $1.4   $1.3   $1.9   $1.0   $0.9   $1.3   $0.4
electronically providing official USDA World
Agricultural Production-Supply-Distribution data
through an integrated web portal. Provides
electronic foreign agricultural situation information
reports from overseas posts to FAS analysts and
the public. Expands economic and trade
opportunities for U.S. agricultural producers by
providing ready access to data.
The primary mission of the Production Estimates         $1.2   $1.0   $1.1   $0.9   $0.7   $0.6   $0.3
Crop Assessment Division is to target, collect,
analyze, and disseminate timely, objective,and
cost-effective global crop condition and
agricultural production information. The UPI
changed from 2005 by replacing 999 with a valid
code.
Market Development, Promotion, Outreach is              $0.6   $0.4   $0.5   $0.2   $0.1   $0.1   $0.5
made up of two major components. The Unified
Export Strategy system consolidates the budget
requests and allocations for five different FAS
programs that are designed to build new foreign
markets, and improve the competitive position of
U.S. Agriculture, into a single management
information system. The system allows sharing of
information between industry partners and USDA
and a common interface to manage the programs.
The system supports financial management
components of the President’s Management
Agenda and integrates the Agency’s internal
review and evaluation process across all program
areas. The system provides timely and reliable
reports to both industry partners and FAS. The
Importer-Exporter Contact Management
This investment supports the strategic role of FAS      $0.4   $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.1   $0.0   $0.2
in improving foreign market access for U.S.
products and in operating programs designed to
build new markets and improve the competitive
position of U.S. agriculture in the global
marketplace. This investment fulfills World Trade
Organization and the U.S.-Canada Free trade
Agreement obligations.
Supports export subsidy programs and export             $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
credit guarantee (transaction insurance)
programs. Supports GPEA objectives by providing
for electronic submission of required data from
exporters.
Will handle program administration for USDA/FAS        $0.7   $0.4   $0.4    $0.7   $0.3   $0.2   $0.0
food aid programs. Project will include interfaces
to related systems used by USAID and FSA in
order to develop comprehensive cross-program
reporting capability.

GATEWAy will enhance access to the broad               $0.0   $0.2   $0.2    $0.0   $0.2   $0.2   $0.0
range of statistical, market and policy information
to support business and policy decisions relating
to foreign agricultural markets and global
agricultural trade. GATEWAy will integrate country
and foreign market information from FAS, other
USDA agencies, state governments, and private
sector partners for dissemination via USDA.gov
and Departmental intranet and extranet websites.
These websites will improve communication and
collaboration among USDA employees and with
key stakeholders on issues relating to
international agriculture and global agricultural
trade. GATEWAy will also support the creation of
an executive dashboard to coordinate international
activitiesfinancialthe Department.
Primary across managment system for                    $3.0   $3.8   $3.5    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $3.0
managing FNS program funds. Old, incorrect UII -
005-41-01-01-01-1060-00-402-125
Supports funding to 1200 private and religious         $0.1   $0.2   $0.1    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
organizations participating in FNS Special
Nutrition Programs where State funding is
prohibited.
The STARS redesign (STARS II) replaced the            $12.7   $7.0   $6.4   $12.4   $5.2   $0.0   $0.3
mainframe legacy system during the first quarter
of fiscal year 2005. FNS management determined
that it was appropriate to analyze the previous
STARS system architecture to determine how to
best meet program management needs in the post
2000 era. STARS represents all the ways FNS
manages retail store applications, monitors
participation and performs and coordinates
compliance activity, research and investigation,
and program and legislative analysis. The STARS
II effort has been planned in five phases, each
representing an independent task order. The first
four phases have been completed and included
requirements analysis, detailed design,
construction of the system, and implementation.
Detects potential patterns of retailer abuse in the    $2.0   $2.2   $2.0    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $2.0
redemption of electronic food stamp transactions.

STARS and its subsystems support three                 $2.8   $0.6   $0.0    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $2.8
business functions: 1) store authorizations and re-
authorizations, 2) record and monitor the Food
Stamp Program food coupon redemption activities
(including accounting support for the FSP
redemption account), and 3) record proven
violations of regulations against stores and
monitor the administrative actions (including
maintenance of case histories) associated with
enforcing the related penalties. STARS contains a
set of standard reports and inquiries, modifiable
by parameters such as date, organization, or level
of detail. FNS expects to have a reengineered
replacement system for STARS in place during
Fiscal Year 2005.
Will support administration and management of          $1.6   $2.0   $2.4   $1.5   $1.9   $1.3   $0.1
FNS' Food Stamp and Special Nutrition Programs.
Will replace the separate FSPIIS and SNPIIS
legacy systems.
Supports administration and management of the          $1.0   $0.7   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.0
Special Nutrition Programs. Collects and reports
on State program participation.
Supports the administration and management of          $1.3   $0.8   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.3
the Food Stamp Program. Collects and reports on
State participation in the program.
Resides at the Federal Reserve Bank in                 $2.5   $2.7   $2.8   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $2.5
Richmond. Provides linkage between FNS and the
U.S. Treasury ASAP System for payment of EBT
transactions.
The Human Resources Information System                 $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
(HRIS) will place HR information online enabling
employees to manage HR-related issues online
and assist in HR planning and administration.
This initiative will replace the legacy DRS which is   $1.1   $1.7   $1.9   $0.8   $1.3   $1.5   $0.3
a centralized database used to enforce interstate
Intentional Program Violation (IPV)
disqualifications in the Food Stamp Program.
The Food Stamp Quality Control System (FSQCS)          $0.5   $0.9   $0.6   $0.0   $0.4   $0.0   $0.5
is a State microcomputer and Federal mainframe-
based system that supports the quality control
(QC) requirements for the FNS Food Stamp
Program. Contractual support provides hardware
maintenance, software, and programming support
as required to maintain the operational status of
the system. FNS implemented the single-Agency
system in Fiscal Year 1998.
NDB integrates the most commonly used FNS              $1.5   $1.7   $1.5   $1.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.5
program and financial data (obtained from IPAS,
FSPIIS, and SNPIIS) into one official database for
analysis and controlled public release.
TOP supports recovery of delinquent debt from          $0.6   $0.7   $0.7   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.6
Food Stamp recipients by offsetting the Federal
payment scheduled to be issued through Internal
Revenue refunds.
DRS performs the collection and management of          $0.5   $0.5   $0.4   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.5
interstate data about disqualified food stamp
recipients in the Food Stamp Program.
This initiative will enhance, maintain, and update     $0.7   $1.4   $0.9   $0.7   $1.2   $0.7   $0.0
existing interactive tools and promote their use to
assist Americans in choosing a diet to promote
health. Primary users would be the general public.
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032
Providesin timely and accurate bills for collection    $1.3   $0.0   $0.9   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.3
and statements of account for purchasers of
national forest timber
Dept. of Interior system used to pay salaries of       $0.4   $0.0   $0.4   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.4
emergency firefighters and other temporary
employees who are hired to work emergency
incidents
USDA's single integrated financial management          $2.0   $0.0   $2.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $2.0
system provides the foundation for all fiscal
accounting
Forest Service supplemental financial applications     $0.6   $0.0   $0.7   $0.6   $0.0   $0.7   $0.0
to COTS major systems including: Assistant
Disbursing Officer Payment System (ADO), Forest
Service Travel, and Working Capital Fund (WCF).
Agency-wide information system providing work-          $0.4    $0.0    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.4
planning consistency across all units along with
the ability to compile activity based cost estimates

The FPA project is used for wildfire preparedness       $4.5    $0.9    $0.3   $4.5   $0.6   $0.0    $0.0
analysis, planning and budgeting. The system will
consolidate the budget requests and fire
preparedness efforts of the five federal wildland
fire management agencies.
ROSS is an interagency software application             $5.6    $6.7    $6.0   $3.3   $2.9   $0.3    $2.4
which will link approximately 400 interagency
wildland incident dispatch offices to share
resource and incident status information, provide
a means to order resources, and provide for order
confirmation.
A timber program BPR investment, reporting is a         $9.6   $13.5   $12.8   $4.5   $5.8   $4.5    $5.0
benefit. Handeling the Special Forest Product
Permits, timber sale and stewardship contract
offering and administration, trust fund
management and treatment activities. Legacy
system retiring in 2005.
Performance Accountabilty System will provide FS        $2.0    $2.6    $1.0   $2.1   $2.6   $1.0    $0.0
an effective, efficient means to manage
performance accountability process, & provide a
consistent, integrated approach for all employes to
plan, implement, track, and report their activities.

ConnectHR provides transition between current           $4.1    $9.7    $6.0   $0.4   $5.7   $1.1    $3.7
legacy systems and the evolving e-Gov of the
future. It supports ongoing legacy processes while
introducing improvements in Employee Self-
Service and providing seamless migration to
Enterprise HR Integration.
Infra provides an inventory of constructed features     $8.0    $9.4    $9.4   $4.1   $0.0   $0.0    $3.9
& conditions while delivering related business
functions in fiscal, acquisition mgmt, and permits.
Infra interfaces with the USDA Corporate Property
Automated Information System for all owned,
leased and assigned property.

Corporate data storage and analytical tools for        $11.7   $10.3   $12.5   $1.6   $0.5   $0.0   $10.1
natural resource planning and assessment.
Reduces costs of integrating data and of
application processes for internal/external users
by standardization of data and tools. Supports
Geospatial One Stop.
The Purchase Order Normal Tracking Inventory            $0.5    $0.0    $0.4   $0.1   $0.0   $0.1    $0.4
Utilization System is an interim Agency tool that
provides minimal automated processing of
requisitions and purchase orders until the USDA -
Integrated Acquisition System (IAS) is
implemented Agencywide.
FS contribution to support the pilot and production     $0.4    $0.0    $0.1   $0.4   $0.0   $0.1    $0.0
implemenation of the USDA Integrated Acquisition
System (IAS). IAS is a procurement processing
system for contracts and purchase orders. It will
be used to plan and track Forest Service costs.
The purpose of the EEO Complaint Tracking             $0.5   $0.3   $0.3   $0.5   $0.3   $0.2   $0.0
System (EEOCTS) is to provide a functional
database for the 4 Employment Complaint
Program (ECP) Service Centers and the WO Civil
Rights Office for Informal and Formal EEO
complaints.
ICBS monitors and manages cache inventories for       $0.1   $0.0   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
all items stocked in the National Fire Equipment
System (NFES and the ability to share essential
information between the caches and coordination
centers, facilitating movement of equipment and
supplies
Gis Services - Acquisition of data and support        $0.0   $0.1   $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
associated with National Fire and aviation
Management operations and providing national
assistance to Georgraphic Regional geospatial
efforts associated with estbalising common
interagency standards and data.
Fire Aviation IT Services is a combination of all     $0.2   $0.5   $0.7   $0.0   $0.2   $0.3   $0.1
non-major IT services necessary for managing
fixed and rotary wing aircraft used in performance
of the Agency mission. Aircraft are required for a
wide variety of missions, including operational
personnel transport, research, forest
rehabilitation, law enforcement support, aerial
photography, infrared detection, and fire
prevention and suppression. The Forest Service
owns and operates 44 aircraft and contracts over
800 aircraft annually ranging from both fixed wing
and helicopter. The investments in Fire Aviation IT
Services indirectly support the goals and
objectives outlined in the Forest Service Strategic
Plan for 2004-2008. Many of these IT services
track data required for mandatory reports and/or
safety
Establishes funding for the development and/or        $0.8   $0.0   $0.8   $0.8   $0.0   $0.8   $0.0
conversion of gorest geospatioal data that
describes fire-history, aviation hazards, aviation
hazards, and fire-management area (FMAZ).
The Weather Information Management System             $1.5   $1.3   $0.9   $1.0   $0.9   $0.6   $0.5
(WIMS) is a National mission-critical system used
by the interagency wildland fire community to
collect, analyze, access, and distribute fire-
weather observations and forecasts in near real
time
NWFEA is a suite of related programs designed to      $0.0   $1.3   $0.6   $0.0   $1.3   $0.4   $0.0
analyze wildland fire preparedness. NWFEA helps
ensure compliance with Federal fire policy, fire
fighter safety, and promotes efficiency and
effectiveness when planning and spending
allocated funds.
This interagency project,sponsored by the Nat'l       $0.0   $2.0   $0.6   $0.0   $2.0   $0.1   $0.0
Wildfire Coord. Group, has 2 phases.Phase 1
establishes maintenance and support for the
current system(I-Suite).Phase 2 will begin the
planning and requirements work for a new incident
automation project.
The primary purpose of this project is to meet the    $1.4   $4.9   $2.0   $1.4   $4.9   $1.6   $0.0
requirements of the NWCG ROSS Project Charter
that states ROSS and ICBS shall exchange
information.
Develop decision support aids for land managers      $0.3   $0.0    $0.0   $0.3   $0.0    $0.0   $0.0
and Forest Health specialists. Funding for this
initiative ends in FY04.
Develop and implement a computer digital             $0.4   $0.3    $0.3   $0.3   $0.2    $0.2   $0.1
sketching system suiteable for aircraft use to
accurately map tree mortality from insect and
disease events.
Develop computer models of forest insect and         $0.4   $0.4    $0.4   $0.3   $0.3    $0.3   $0.1
pathogen organisms to analyze and predict their
occurance and spread and resulting impacts on
forest environments.
Develop computer-based tools, such as                $0.4   $0.3    $0.2   $0.3   $0.2    $0.1   $0.1
databases, spreadsheets, web pages, etc. that
assist in the Forest Health Protection mission of
maintaining healthy forests.
The National Timber Cruise Application processes     $0.4   $0.0    $0.4   $0.0   $0.0    $0.0   $0.3
sample tree measurements into estimated sale
volumes and values and produces volume reports
that are required in preparing timber sales within
the Forest Service.
FVS is a suite of computer software designed to      $0.6   $0.6    $0.6   $0.0   $0.0    $0.0   $0.6
simulate development of forest vegetation under
alternative management scenarios. FVS provides
forest growth and yield information for strategic,
tactical, and project level forest planning and
analyses.
Senior Enrollee Tracking System used to provide      $0.0   $0.0    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.0   $0.0
required Department of Labor statistics
concerning FS Senior Enrollees
ALP/NILS is an interagency project to create         $1.9   $1.6    $1.9   $0.9   $0.7    $1.0   $0.9
efficient and effective automated tools for Lands
business functions, and to provide internal and
external users with standardized and current land
survey, status, and realty information.
Leimars purpose is to track enforcement and          $0.4   $0.0    $0.4   $0.4   $0.0    $0.0   $0.0
investigations activity on National Forest Lands.
The system has GIS capability.
This project involves the migration of Primary and   $0.5   $0.4    $0.5   $0.2   $0.1    $0.1   $0.3
Secondary Base Series map production
processes from a legacy production system to the
Forest Service corporate platform.
Provides for FS eGov Program Office, completes       $5.2   $7.8   $10.9   $5.2   $7.8   $10.9   $0.0
GPEA requirement, and moves forward with LOB
analyses, proof-of-concepts, and eventual scale-
ups of projects that integrate with and complement
federal and USDA eGov initiatives. Call John King
703-605-4546
FEIS is a computerized encyclopedia of               $0.3   $0.3    $0.3   $0.0   $0.0    $0.0   $0.3
information describing the fire ecology of more
than 1,000 plant and animal species for the North
American continent. FEIS provides information to
help plan a prescribed fire or write a fire
management plan
Corporate Geospatial IT Services provides the           $1.2   $0.7   $0.9   $0.9   $0.4   $0.4   $0.3
Forest Service with the ability to develop and
maintain enterprise data and application
standards, integrated information management,
and data dissemination tools. The investments in
geospatial services directly support the goals and
objectives outlined in the Forest Service Strategic
Plan for 2004-2008. Corporate Geospatial IT
Services support OMB and GAO data calls and
audits, the E-Government Act, the National Spatial
Data Infrastructure, the Federal Geographic Data
Committee, and multiple e-GOV initiatives such as
Geospatial One-Stop.
Burned Area Reflectance Mapping provides                $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.3
remotely sensed satellite imagery, burned area
reflectance classifications, and other geospatial
data to support fire suppression and post-fire
emergency response projects.
• NFPORS is an intergovernmental                      $0.8   $0.8   $0.8   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.8
accomplishment tracking and reporting system.
System costs of are shared between the Forest
Service and the Department of the Interior. •
NFPORS supports the budget and performance
integration initiative of the President’s
Management Agenda by providing managers with
the information they need to effectively assess
and manage their programs by providing a
common, interdepartmental, electronic information
system. Development of the system will include
tools for field offices to plan, execute, and monitor
hazardous fuels reduction and burned area
FPA Phase 2 projects. on the success of FPA
rehabilitation will build                               $0.0   $6.0   $8.0   $0.0   $4.0   $7.5   $0.0
Preparedness Module (FPA-PM) to develop
planning and budgeting tools for Fuel
Management in the context of the entire fire
program.
Continued activities designed to maintain and           $0.0   $0.0   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
administer historic fire-weather, fire-occurrence,
and aviation-use data contained in the National
Interagency Fire Management Integrated
Database (NIFMID). Former UII - 005-45-01-11-02-
0178-00-104-007
Maintenance & Support associated with normal            $0.0   $0.0   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1   $0.0
application operations. Application maintained to
satisfaction of identified Business Steward (Pat
Hirami) Interagency system used by Wildland fire
technical specialists to geographically predict fire-
perimiter and intensity using current and
predicated weather information.
Maintenance and Support associated with Data            $0.0   $0.0   $2.6   $0.0   $0.0   $2.0   $0.0
Warehouse for F&AM data hosted at the USDA
National Information Technology Center (NITC).
Allows improved access to data contained in
NIFMID (National Interagency Fire Management
Integrated Database), which contains historic fire
Occurrence, weather, and aviation-use data. Data
Warehouse software and utilities for data loading,
transformation, and reporting.
ROSS Phase 2 provides funding for development             $0.0     $1.9     $8.3    $0.0    $1.9    $8.3    $0.0
of a Resource Draw Down Level Module (a draw
down level is a pre-defined resource quantity
threshold that is used to compare with a current
resource quantity). This Module will allow
authorized users to: activate the use of draw down
levels; select the number of draw down levels to
be used for a specific resource provider, a
dispatch area, or a geographic area; and define
draw down categories for any category within the
catalog. ROSS Phase 2 provides funding for the
development of a Standalone/Hot Sync capability
that will allow ROSS to continue to operate should
there be a loss of telecommunications access and
will allow ROSS to operate independent of
telecommunications at remote sites with limited
telecommunications access. When
telecommunications access is available, this
Module will allow the Standalone application to
sync up with the server (both export from the
Standalone application and import from the central
version). This Module will also provide the ability
to export data to external media (e.g., compact
The Service Center Modernization Initiative -           $102.8   $103.5   $103.1   $57.8   $58.5   $58.1   $45.0
Information Technology (SCMI-IT) is the IT
infrastructure portion of the overall Service Center
Modernization Initiative at USDA. SCMI-IT is
vitally important to USDA's future ability to deliver
agricultural and economic development services
to farmers, ranchers and rural Americans. The
core element of the SCMI-IT is the establishment
of a Common Computing Environment (CCE). The
CCE is an infrastructure project necessary to
achieve business process reengineering benefits,
which include conducting business with citizens
and businesses over the Internet. The initial
investments in the CCE began in 1998. Spending
in the out years is for the refreshment of
infrastructure and data acquisition. The CCE will
provide USDA Service Center agencies with a
consistent, common and compatible technical
infrastructure. This will allow the USDA Service
Centers to create a team approach to program
delivery in which the agencies share common
resources, maximizing customer service and
administrative efficiency. The overall SCMI and
eAuthentication is a Department-wide enabling             $5.0     $8.8     $7.6    $5.0    $1.8    $1.0    $0.0
technology that intends to define policies and
solutions that will enable users of USDA online
applications to execute secure business
transactions online.
eDeployment gives USDA and its respective                $17.5    $12.6    $17.0   $14.5    $9.1   $13.5    $3.0
agencies the ability to create net-centric
applications that enhance information and service
delivery according to the goals defined in the
eGovernment strategy.
USDA telecommunications management program.               $0.9     $1.8     $1.9    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.9

DA Infrastructure consists of desktop and network         $0.4     $0.4     $0.6    $0.0    $0.0    $0.1    $0.4
hardware in support of the staff offices of
Departmental Administration.
DA Office Automation consists of the software            $0.1   $0.2   $0.2    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
licenses in support of office automation in the staff
offices of Departmental Administration.
The USDA OCIO is implementing an enhanced               $10.4   $0.0   $0.0   $10.4   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
telecommunications infrastructure called the
Universal Telecommunications Network (UTN).
The UTN project is funded via the USDA Working
Capital Fund and supports two PMA initiatives:
eGov and Competitive Sourcing.
An eLearning system provides online                      $2.3   $1.3   $1.2    $2.0   $1.2   $1.2   $0.3
administration of curriculum by trainers,
individualized training capabilities, online
registration, uniform content, collaborative tools,
integrated back-end systems, and is supported by
many online delivery platforms.
Provides for the collection of meteorological data,      $0.1   $0.1   $0.1    $0.0   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1
especially in domestic agricultural areas for use
by Federal agencies and the private sector.
E-gov costs to make information available to the         $0.0   $0.1   $0.0    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
public (excludes CMIS costs). Includes
maintaining and updating USDA OCE website and
costs associated with Cornell University Economic
and Statistics system. Also includes
reimbursement to OCIO for E-gov enabler
technology.
Provide day-to-day support for OCE's business            $0.3   $0.3   $0.3    $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.2
activities.
Desktop Hardware/Software Modernization                  $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0

IT Support for the National Appeals Division             $0.8   $0.8   $0.8    $0.8   $0.8   $0.8   $0.0

Office Support for OBPA                                  $0.5   $0.5   $0.5    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.5

Update and maintain NADTrack system.                     $0.3   $0.0   $0.0    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.3
The document management system is an                     $0.0   $0.0   $0.4    $0.0   $0.0   $0.4   $0.0
enterprise system - with associated software,
hardware, and peripherals - that will centralize all
documents and files pertaining to a NAD case
record. After implementation, the system will
achieve the following: 1) standardize the
electronic documentation of a case file; 2) allow
hearing officers in the field to access templates,
models, and critical case data - while
simultaneously allowing hearing officers to post
new information and documents to the case file; 3)
centralize audio files of hearing proceedings; and
4) permit USDA managers at all levels to access
case file documents and obtain information about
case proceedings while in progress.
Costs associates with maintaining OC IT                  $1.1   $0.0   $0.0    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.1
Infrastructure
OIG IRM Office Automation: Software, Hardware            $7.3   $5.7   $6.1    $2.3   $0.2   $0.2   $5.0
and IT services in support of the OIG office
environment.
OGC Internal Work Tracking System that tracks            $0.2   $0.3   $0.3    $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1
work items within OGC offices.
OGC Office Automation Budget Submission                  $1.4   $1.8   $2.8    $0.2   $0.2   $0.7   $1.2
Security for OGC IT resources and                        $0.0   $0.0   $0.1    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
implementation of security requirements within the
agency
ERS Infrastructure Support                               $3.2   $2.9   $3.1    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $3.2
Security for ERS                                         $0.2   $0.3   $0.3    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
Agency Financial Administrative Function not            $1.0    $1.3    $1.3   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1    $1.0
covered by Department
Cyber security protects NASS resources and              $2.4    $2.1    $2.1   $0.2   $0.5   $0.4    $2.2
infrastructure
Basic infrastructure required to provide service        $9.4    $9.2    $9.6   $1.0   $0.6   $0.7    $8.4
and support for Agency.
This project will replace a diverse set of existing     $0.1    $0.1    $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1    $0.0
email systems located and managed throughout
the Agency's 128 research locations and 8 area
offices with a single email system and
infrastructure consistent with USDA's enterprise
architecture.
This is a summary of the costs for the ARS IT           $1.3    $1.3    $4.9   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1    $1.1
cyber-security program
Replace NAL's obsolete library automated                $0.1    $0.1    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.1
management system
IT support for ARS headquarters operations             $11.1   $11.1   $11.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $11.1

Establish Internet2 service to facilitate research-     $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.0
oriented, high-speed data sharing and access.
IT services and support provided to the NAL             $2.3    $2.3    $2.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $2.3
Operation and modernization of Agency                   $7.1    $7.1    $7.1   $0.2   $0.2   $0.2    $6.9
telecommunications facilities and systems,
including local/wide area networks, telephones,
teleconferencing/two-way video, Internet facilities,
radio systems, and satellite communications
services
Establish an electronic application and payment         $0.1    $0.1    $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1    $0.0
process for using USNA facilities.
IT Security Plan and Investment. In August 2004,        $0.3    $0.4    $0.4   $0.2   $0.1   $0.1    $0.2
CSREES re-evaluated the the Lines of Business
for it's investments and made changes where
appropriate.
General Infrastructure, Operations and                  $4.8    $4.5    $4.5   $0.3   $0.0   $0.0    $4.5
Maintenance, and IT Policy Investment for
CSREES. In August 2004, CSREES re-evaluated
the the Lines of Business for it's investments and
made changes where appropriate.
CSREES has undertaken a multi-year effort to            $0.2    $0.3    $0.4   $0.0   $0.2   $0.2    $0.2
modernize its website to provide timely, complete,
and quality information using the most effective
technology available. In August 2004, CSREES re-
evaluated the the Lines of Business for it's
investments and made changes where
appropriate.
The objective of AITI is to provide an integrated      $37.4   $39.8   $39.8   $6.2   $7.0   $7.0   $31.3
hardware and software platform to support the
mission of APHIS.
It includes the acquisition and implementation of       $1.6    $0.0    $2.5   $1.0   $0.0   $1.2    $0.6
Department and Agency-wide administrative
appliacations, e.g. FFIS, STAR, and other Human
Resources, Procurement, Budgeting, and Records
Management systems.
Automation of recruitment, applicant evaluation         $0.2    $0.3    $0.6   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.2
and certification process. Contractual services
with QuickHire, Inc.
FSIS's IT costs/budget needed to maintain              $11.0   $12.3   $11.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $11.0
automated systems. This investment includes
government personnel costs (IT Specialist job
series) throughout the entire Agency (Bureau).
Creation and maintenance of an International            $0.0    $0.0    $0.4    $0.0   $0.0    $0.4    $0.0
Equivalence Staff (IES) electronic library of all
information for each country certified to export to
the United States.
A sound infrastructure that interfaces with AMS         $9.8    $9.7   $11.7    $0.1   $0.1    $2.1    $9.7
customers is critical for business service delivery.
The AMS infrastructure is comprised of a state-of-
the-art architecture, efficiently networking over
200 field offices and thousands of customers.
Tools, applications and communication methods           $7.0    $7.6   $11.1    $1.3   $0.4    $3.7    $5.6
used by RMA staff in Washington, DC,
headquarters, and field offices to support delivery
of risk management and crop insurance
information to RMA customers.
Investment houses expenses that typically are           $1.3    $1.1    $1.0    $0.0   $0.0    $0.0    $1.3
captured by Green Book. These include but are
not limited to National Finance Center charges,
National Information Technology Center charges
and so on. RMA collaborates with these entities to
handle financial charges accrued in transmission
of debt collection and other account activity - NFC;
NITC-KC collaborates with RMA to handle
transmission of Treasury transactions and
transmissions to NFC. These charges are handled
through the Green Book process as support to
RMA.
The purpose of this investment is to comply with        $3.4    $2.0    $2.1    $0.9   $0.7    $0.7    $2.5
established and mandated Federal laws and
USDA regulations such as the Computer Security
Act of 1987, OMB Circular A-130, Appendix III,
USDA Regulations DR-3140-1 through 3140-8,
and IRM Notice 265.
This investment includes the maintenance of             $2.8    $1.6    $1.6    $1.5   $1.1    $1.1    $1.3
existing ADP processes and the implementation of
new technologies to meet the growing demands of
FSA customers
This investment covers on-going Greenbook              $29.3   $34.7   $34.7    $0.0   $0.0    $0.0   $29.3
operational costs for NITC and NFC, as well as
FTS2001 telecommunications costs.
Consolidation of 4 FSA IT Infrastructure               $12.6    $2.6    $2.6    $2.0   $0.2    $0.2   $10.7
investments that cover field office
telecommunications, voice, data and software
support and on-going telecommunications costs
such as telephone equipment, pagers, voice mail,
cell phones and dedicated lines.
This investment is the consolidation of FSA IT         $37.9   $33.4   $35.9   $13.2   $9.6   $11.6   $24.7
Infrastructure Investments #0010,#0052,
#0053,#0054,#0055,#0058,#0059,#0063,#0064,
#0069,#0075 and #0087.
This investment is the consolidation of FSA IT          $5.3    $1.3    $1.5    $3.4   $0.7    $0.9    $2.0
Infrastructure Investments #0022 Data
Administration, #0023 Database Administration
and IT Support, and #0024 Technical Services
and Administration.
This investment is the consolidation of FSA             $4.9    $8.2    $9.6    $1.6   $4.2    $5.5    $3.3
Investments #0008, #0047, and Admiminstrative
costs from #0075 Miscellaneous Equipment,
Maintenance and Support.
Budget & Performance Management System                  $0.0    $2.5    $3.7   $0.0   $2.5   $3.7   $0.0
(BPMS) is a systems management tool that will
facilitate the transformation of USDA to a
performance-based, result-focused organization.
The goal of BPMS is to continuously improve
agency performance management for better
decision-making and accountability through the
integration of performance measures into
UDSA’s budget process. BPMS is focused on
accuracy, data validity, audit ability, user
friendliness, and reducing current labor - intensive
This management efforts.
data investment covers FSA's share of                   $4.7    $2.3    $2.3   $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $4.4
contributions to the Service Center Management
Initiative (SCMI) Projects and the LAN/WAN/Voice
Project.
NRCS Funding of NRCS specific security                  $0.9    $1.0    $1.1   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.6
measures, inc Risk analysis & Clearances, etc.
Hardware, software, & contractor technical              $1.7    $1.0    $1.2   $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $1.4
support of same for NHQ, State and Regional
Offices
Centralized Help Desk                                   $2.2    $2.2    $2.4   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $2.2
Data Warehousing                                        $1.3    $2.4    $2.6   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.3
Tracking system for equipment inventory and             $0.1    $0.1    $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
maintenance.
Telecommunications                                      $6.4    $6.0    $6.4   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $6.4
Enterprise Document Management is the                   $1.2    $3.0    $1.6   $1.2   $2.7   $1.4   $0.0
combination of document content and process to
optimize performance, eliminate redundancy, and
improve decision making at every level.
Implementing Document Management will create
a real-time enterprise at USDA. Document
Management will streamline business processes
and store the associated business critical
information. Leveraging USDA’s eDeployment
enterprise architecture and utilizing a collection of
shared tools, USDA will create a standardized
electronic filing system, workflows, and reports
that facilitate the secure, efficient management of
core administrative business processes including
their documents and associated data. USDA
executives and administrative specialists will have
the capability to determine the current status of
any document within a business process to
ensure timely resolution and will be provided with
a consistent look and feel for managing
documents. Document Management will provide a
standardized format for document metadata to
facilitate a seamless integration with Electronic
This investment provides Network Operations,            $8.5   $11.7   $11.9   $3.3   $4.4   $4.2   $5.2
Disaster Recovery, computer hardware, software,
eAuthentication, and telecommunications services
to FAS staff in Washington and in nearly 100
overseas offices. FAS relies on a global
information infrastructure to carry out its mission.

This investment provides Information Technology         $4.0    $4.6    $4.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $3.6
user assistance to all Agency IT system users. It
includes training, one-on-one assistance, and
other related help desk activities.
This investment performs activities to support FAS          $0.5     $0.5     $1.0    $0.4    $0.4    $0.6     $0.1
websites (internal and external), knowledge
management, enterprise architecture, and
eDeployment. UPI changed in 2006 submission
because of revisions to EA BRM.
Consolidates SMART, IPATTS, OASIS, IOPS,                    $0.5     $0.3     $0.4    $0.2    $0.1    $0.0     $0.3
INCA, STAR, GPRA, Skills Checklist & PAIDS.
Supports decisions on procurement, performance,
staff development, time & attendance,
publications, passports & visas, overseas post
information & telegraphic messages.

FNS hardware and systems software                          $12.7     $9.9     $9.2    $1.2    $0.5    $0.1    $11.5
infrastructure, WEB infrastructure, information
technology security and related physical security
infrastructures, related staff activities, and
infrastructure support contracts. Miscellaneous IT
supplies, services, and support services.
Miscellaneous equipment and software purchases
as Agency funding permits.
Aggregated cost for miscellaneous IT expenses               $5.6     $6.2     $6.3    $0.0    $0.1    $0.0     $5.6
that are not part of other agency-specific
investments.
Will provide and maintain FS IT Infrastructure, i.e.,     $140.4   $124.8   $121.8   $39.3   $31.0    $0.0   $101.1
PCs, servers, & corporate s.w.). Initiative is vital to
ensure FS can continue to carry out its natural
resource mission in an e-Government
environment.
Telecommunications services and hardware                   $56.1    $56.5    $43.1   $11.2   $11.3    $8.6    $44.9
supporting the Forest Service network, including
data and voice, LAN and WAN.
This Project is a comprehensive (USDA)                     $34.0    $46.3    $50.0   $15.9   $27.3   $32.2    $18.2
department-wide upgrade of radio technology from
analog land mobile radio to standards-based
digital radio technology. Digital technology
supports interoperable communications with other
federal public safety and natural resource
management departments.
This investment includes support for USDA's                 $2.0     $2.2     $2.2    $0.3    $0.3    $0.3     $1.8
Capital Planning and Investment Control (CPIC)
process.
The investment represents infrastructure and                $4.3     $2.1    $20.1    $4.3    $2.1   $20.1     $0.0
support services for the establishment of a
primary computing center outside of the hurricane
footprint, with NFC serving as the backup COOP
site.
This is the combined, Enterprise Architecture               $1.8     $1.4     $1.4    $1.0    $0.6    $0.6     $0.8
investment used to support all EA efforts within
the Department.
To improve Information Survivability performance          $0.6     $1.2     $1.0    $0.6    $1.2     $1.0     $0.0
through an enterprise-wide tool that supports best
practices for IT disaster recovery/business
resumption planning, IT Contingency Planning,
Continuity of Operations, and facilities in the event
of a disaster USDA-wide. LDPRS addreses a
crticial deficiency in the centralization of disaster
recovery and continuity of operations across
USDA. LDRPS works together with Incident
Manager and Business Impact Analysis which is
the complete suite of this tool in addressing the
preparedness of business continuity for the
department. LDPRS is essential to the information
survivability program that addresses executable
disaster recovery plans for major applications and
general support systems.
eGov is umbrella over future development and              $1.2     $1.6     $1.6    $0.2    $0.3     $0.8     $1.0
technology for collection and dissemination of
information from the public.
Provide the Agency with a baseline of current IT          $0.0     $0.0     $0.0    $0.0    $0.0     $0.0     $0.0
invironment, identify areas of improvement, and
transition plan.
eLoans will enable the public to find, manage, and        $2.6     $0.4     $0.4    $2.6    $0.4     $0.4     $0.0
apply for federal loans in an easy, unified method.
Funding by FSA, RBS, RHS, RUS.
The FNS EA defines the Agency's business, the             $0.1     $0.9     $0.7    $0.0    $0.9     $0.0     $0.1
information necessary to operate the business,
the technologies necessary to support the
business operations, and the transitional
processes necessary for implementing new
technologies in response to changing business
needs.
The CSREES Electronic Grants investment is to             $1.9     $1.9     $2.2    $1.0    $1.3     $1.2     $0.9
develop agency capability to exchange proposal
and grant data electronically with the CSREES
grantee community through the Presidential
Initiative Grants.gov. In August 2004, CSREES re-
evaluated the the Lines of Business for it's
investments and made changes where
appropriate.
APDs are the approval and funding process by            $305.7   $423.8   $437.9   $72.9   $98.9   $103.6   $232.9
which state agencies apply and receive federal
grants for the implementation of ADP support to
provide state-level support for the administration
of FNS' Food Stamp and Special Nutrition
programs.
Provides the means for states to apply for and          $153.1   $162.5   $168.8   $13.3   $16.0    $16.0   $139.8
receive matching FFP funds for state information
system planning, design, development, security
and operations for automated systems to supptort
FNS programs at the state level.
This initiative supports the development of model         $2.7     $2.9    $15.7    $2.7    $2.9    $15.7     $0.0
information systems to support WIC program
administration at the state level, and the transfer
and implementation of a selected model system
for individual states.



Replace custom built COOL system with a COTS              $0.0     $0.0     $0.0    $0.0    $0.0     $0.0     $0.0
alternative that will support improvement in the
quality of candidates referred to management, at a
lower cost than COOL.
The CBS is the integrated financial management        $34.3   $35.2   $35.8   $0.8   $0.0   $0.0   $33.5
system that has been implemented throughout the
Department of Commerce (DOC).
Task order to acquire e-travel services from a         $0.0    $0.0    $2.2   $0.0   $0.0   $2.2    $0.0
GSA Schedule vendor, to be determined by
competition.
Grants systems interfaces                              $0.1    $0.2    $0.1   $0.1   $0.2   $0.1    $0.0
Interface to E-Gov solutions under the Human           $0.0    $0.1    $0.1   $0.0   $0.1   $0.1    $0.0
Resources LOB
Contribution to Managing Partner                       $0.0    $0.0    $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.0
Contribution to Managing Partner                       $0.0    $0.4    $0.8   $0.0   $0.4   $0.8    $0.0
Contribution to Managing Partner                       $0.0    $1.3    $1.1   $0.0   $1.3   $1.1    $0.0
Contribution to Managing Partner                       $0.2    $0.3    $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.2
Contribution to Managing Partner                       $0.0    $0.7    $0.7   $0.0   $0.0   $0.7    $0.0
Contribution to Managing Partner                       $0.0    $0.2    $0.2   $0.0   $0.2   $0.2    $0.0
Contribution to Managing Partner                       $0.2    $0.3    $0.6   $0.3   $0.0   $0.6    $0.0
Contribution to Managing Partner                       $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.0
Contribution to Managing Partner                       $0.2    $0.4    $0.5   $0.2   $0.4   $0.5    $0.0
Contribution to Managing Partner                       $0.0    $0.1    $0.1   $0.0   $0.1   $0.1    $0.0

Contribution to Managing Partner                       $0.0    $0.1    $0.1   $0.0   $0.1   $0.1    $0.0
Contribution to Managing Partner                       $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.0
Contribution to Managing Partner                       $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.0

Contribution to Managing Partner                       $0.2    $0.5    $0.5   $0.2   $0.5   $0.5    $0.0
The Commerce Business Environment (CBE) will           $4.7    $8.3    $1.9   $0.0   $3.5   $0.0    $4.7
be the enterprise-wide tool that the Department's
acquisition professionals will use to provide the
highest level of customer service for acquiring
products and services. CBE will replace CSTARS.

This includes expenses for operations and              $1.4    $0.9    $1.0   $1.0   $0.6   $0.4    $0.4
management of security systems to support
clearance of personnel, documents and facilities.
This includes expenses for small systems costs         $0.8    $0.8    $0.6   $0.3   $0.4   $0.2    $0.4
that include operations and management of
various general support systems to process
budgets, procurements, facilities and building
management, real property management, and
personal property management.
This includes costs for small procurement              $0.5    $0.4    $0.0   $0.5   $0.3   $0.0    $0.0
systems, contract support and FedBizOpps
subscriptions. This also reflects integration costs
with the e-Government initiative, Inegrated
Acquisition Environment.
The purpose of this project is to capture time and     $0.6    $0.6    $0.6   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1    $0.5
attendance (T&A) data via the world wide web and
transmit the data to the Department's
personnel/payroll system, the National Finance
Center (NFC) for subsequent salary processing
and payment.
The CRS is a computer-based information system         $0.1    $0.4    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.1
which will gather data from multiple information
systems to provide senior executives access to
critical management information relevant to
improving their Organization's performance
activities.
This includes expenses for infrastructure costs        $8.3    $6.7    $6.6   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0    $8.2
that include operation of personnel management
and reporting systems, small web server systems
for tracking and performance management, and
personnel and payroll services provided by NFC.
EDA uses a modified version of the Department's          $0.3    $0.3    $0.3    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.3
Core Financial System, CAMS, for its grants
accounting. In addition, the Loan Billing and
Management System (LBMS) is used to manage
EDA's loan portfolio.
EDCOMS II promotes electronic government by              $1.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.9    $0.0    $0.0    $0.1
providing the technology necessary to create a
responsive and interactive virtual environment that
simplifies access to bureau services. EDCOMS II
focuses on inernal automation of standard
processes.
This funding supports all Census CAMS feeder            $22.4   $21.9   $21.4    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $22.4
systems to allow single entry of financial and
administrative data in accordance with
departmental guidelines.
The American Community Survey will lead to a            $17.6   $32.3   $30.9   $16.9   $31.6    $0.0    $0.7
simpler decennial census, provide more timely
and relevant data between censuses, and lead to
more widespread efficiencies throughout the
federal statistical system.
This initiative expedites monthly statistics on          $0.0    $0.0    $6.6    $0.0    $0.0    $6.6    $0.0
international trade, remedies shortcomings in
export statistics, and helps to control the export of
weapons or other hazardous items that could be a
threat to our national security or public welfare.

This initiative ensures that Census data                 $6.2   $11.9   $19.4    $2.4    $6.6    $0.0    $3.8
dissemination efforts evolve from a producer-
centric to a user-centric environment, provides
single-portal access to the largest and most
popular sets of data, and simplifies both access to
and extraction of data.
This is an integrated set of tasks oriented towards     $25.0   $69.5   $93.9   $25.0   $69.5   $93.9    $0.0
developing an IT architecture that enables the
Bureau to conduct a reengineered short-form only
Census in 2010 that mitigates risk, produces more
accurate and complete data, and contains costs.

This initiative accounts for and provides a tool for    $16.5   $15.0   $16.1    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $16.5
the management of the costs associated with the
Demographic Surveys Division (DSD) IT
infrastructure maintenance.
The Economic Census, Government Census, and             $53.6   $34.0   $51.4    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $53.6
Surveys Project is a steady state project. It
provides statistical programs that count and profile
U.S. businesses and government organizations.

This funding supports developing, testing, and          $57.6   $14.0   $14.4   $31.2    $1.8    $0.0   $26.5
maintaining automated systems for data
collection, tracking, and training for the critical
current survey programs and for maintaining IT
infrastructure for Field Headquarters and twelve
Regional Offices.
This funding supports the integrated and                $25.0   $25.0   $25.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $25.0
automated computer based Geographic Support
System crucial to all censuses and household
surveys.
This pilot program identifies who gains from job         $0.0    $0.0    $8.3    $0.0    $0.0    $4.2    $0.0
creation, where those jobs are located - both in
terms of geography and industry - and what the
earnings associated with those job gains are.
The MAF/TIGER Enhancements Program assures            $82.4   $81.2   $79.8   $76.6   $51.2   $49.6    $5.8
badly needed modernization of the MAF/TIGER
geographic system in time to meet the needs of
the 2010 Census and its associated testing
activities.
This is a consolidated roll-up of all of the Census   $51.3   $53.9   $57.7    $1.4    $0.2    $0.0   $49.9
Bureau's Part 1 small/other projects.
The BEA Estimation IT System is a portfolio of         $7.9    $9.1    $9.3    $0.0    $0.8    $0.8    $7.9
integrated economic estimation subsystems. This
system encompasses the Bureau's core economic
processing system and is the primary tool used in
the production of the BEA's economic accounts.

The Financial Management System will replace           $1.1    $1.7    $1.3    $0.0    $0.5    $0.0    $1.1
the existing Federal Financial System (FFS). FFS
supports: 1)ITA's financial accounting processes
and activities and 2)ITA's strategic goal to ensure
effective management of resources and finances.

The Trade Policy Information System (TPIS) is          $0.6    $0.6    $0.7    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.6
designed and operated for the U.S. Government's
international trade community. TPIS includes
detailed current and historical trade data and is
used for trade policy development and
implementation.
The Message Processing System distributes              $1.0    $1.0    $1.1    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $1.0
cable traffic from the Department of State to
Commerce recipients, and enables Commerce
units to send cable traffic overseas.
Systems supporting various aspects of ITA              $2.5    $2.5    $2.6    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $2.5
program and administrative work. These include
correspondence management, case processing,
analysis and dissemination of trade data, etc.
ITPS reduces the barriers that small and medium-       $0.7    $0.7    $0.7    $0.7    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0
sized exporters encounter in seeking help to
export their products. ITPS simplifies and unifies
export information, processes, and activities
across 19 trade agencies.
The Export Control Automated Support System            $1.2    $2.8    $4.1    $0.7    $2.5    $3.2    $0.5
2000+is being developed to replace an outdated
legacy system. The system capabilities will be
improved to support the export license process
and export administration analysis.
The Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC)                  $2.2    $1.8    $1.4    $1.8    $1.4    $0.9    $0.5
needs web-enabling to streamline activities,
reduce costs and improve maintenance needs.
Improvements to the program support the CWC
treaty, comply with GPEA and contribute to
National Security.
The Legacy Export Control investment consists of       $1.4    $1.5    $1.6    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $1.4
ongoing maintenance and operation of the legacy
ECASS system in the form of contractor support
services and data center timesharing services
costs.
Budget commitment tracking system. Consists of         $0.1    $0.1    $0.1    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.1
a data base and user interface.
This system provides the central computing             $5.4    $5.4    $6.9    $0.2    $0.2    $1.4    $5.2
services for NOAA financial and administrative
activities.
In addition to DOC CAMS, NOAA uses its non-            $1.0    $0.9    $0.9    $0.0    $0.1    $0.0    $1.0
core CAMS financial system modules, e.g.
Permanent Change Station and Travel Manager to
manage financial data in accordance with
departmental guidelines.
AWIPS is an interactive computer system that          $49.2   $49.5   $52.2   $14.0   $12.7   $14.1   $35.2
integrates all meteorological and hydrological data
and all satellite and radar data and enables the
forecaster to prepare and issue more accurate
and timely forecasts and warnings.
The NPI Program is replacing the IT components        $11.4   $11.8    $9.8   $11.4   $11.9    $9.9    $0.0
of the Radar Product Generation (RPG), Radar
Data Acquisition (RDA), and Principal User
Position (PUP) components of NEXRAD with
open systems designs (Oxxx).
NCEP supercomputing resources produce                 $19.1   $19.3   $19.3    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $19.1
environmental forecasts and warnings.
Supercomputing resources are needed to improve
the ability to assimilate more data and integrated
improved models.
This is the backup system for NCEP to produce          $7.2    $7.2    $7.2    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $7.2
environmental forecasts and warnings whenever
the primary system is not functioning.
The NWS Telecommunications Gateway                    $13.2   $13.0   $11.1    $5.5    $5.0    $0.8    $7.7
disseminates (message-switching services)
weather observations and guidances to a national
and international community of customers. The
Gateway services this customer base in a near-
real-time operational environment.
This project is to automate the collection and         $5.5    $0.0    $0.0    $5.5    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0
dissemination of non-weather civil-emergency
messages over NOAA Weather Radio (NWR) and
to quickly and securely authenticate messages
received by emergency managers.
This proposal is to implement NOAA Air Quality         $3.0    $4.7    $6.8    $2.9    $3.4    $4.6    $0.1
forecasting operationally.
IT resources are for weather and climate              $12.4   $12.8   $14.8    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $12.4
forecasting and operational model development
capabilities for forecasts and warnings.
IT resources are being used for the distribution of    $2.3    $2.3    $0.7    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $2.3
upper air data.
Nationwide water resource forecasting capability,      $2.3    $2.6    $6.9    $1.4    $1.6    $5.0    $1.0
enhanced short-term predictions of river levels
and longer-term probabilistic forecasts.
IT investments are for telecom for NOAA Weather        $4.7    $4.8    $4.8    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $4.7
Wire system, International Satellite
Communication System, and some NOAA
Weather Radio lines for issuing forecasts and
warnings. In addition to IT support services for
weather data received from data buoys.
COOP Modernization will allow NWS to provide           $4.2    $0.9    $4.4    $3.9    $0.7    $2.9    $0.3
single points of access for near real time surface
weather data. Observations will be transmitted to
a central collection point via various
communication methods including the Internet, in
near real time.
IT resources for weather and water information        $20.8   $21.9   $21.9    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $20.8
and warning services are used by the NWS
Regions & Fields, the single points of access, to
federal, state and local governments and
emergency manager coordinators in every state.
GOES ground system monitors and controls               $2.6    $4.2    $2.6    $2.6    $4.2    $2.6    $0.0
NOAA's geostationary environmental satellites.
An FY06 Initiative, POES ground system monitors          $3.1    $4.0    $7.5    $3.1    $4.0    $7.5    $0.0
and controls NOAA's polar-orbiting operational
environmental satellites. IT hardware/software
upgrades are underway for future satellites. This
is for the IT HARDWARE ONLY, not the non-IT,
e.g. antennas.
The NESDIS CIP project will provide a backup             $2.7    $1.4    $2.0    $2.8    $1.4    $2.0    $0.0
facility to the primary facility, Environmental
Satellite Processing Center (ESPC), that is the
central processing system for environmental
satellite data.
It is used by the Office of Satellite Operations        $11.7   $10.5   $12.6   $11.7    $6.1    $7.7    $0.0
(OSO) the Satellite Operations Control Center
(SOCC) to command and control the POES and
GOES satellites, to track the satellites, and to
acquire their data.
IT support for the Nation's civil and military polar-   $74.7   $75.7   $52.5   $74.7   $75.7   $52.5    $0.0
orbiting operational meteorological satellite
system into a single national entity capable of
satisfying both civil and national security
requirements for space-based remotely sensed
environmental data.
This investment is for the consolidation of two         $25.4   $26.2   $25.5    $4.9    $5.8    $4.0   $20.6
environmental processing systems for Polar
(CEMSCS) and GOES (SATEPS) satellite data,
into one central processing system for
environmental satellite data, Environmental
Satellite Processing Center (ESPC).
High performance computing resources to support          $3.9    $3.9    $0.0    $0.2    $0.2    $0.0    $3.7
describing and predicting the physical, chemical
and biological makeup of the earth and its
environment.
High performance computing resources are used            $0.0    $0.0    $3.5    $0.0    $0.0    $0.2    $0.0
for weather and climate research in the
development and use of sophisticated numerical
models to predict and understand atmospheric
and oceanic phenomena.
IT resources used to develop new methods for             $1.2    $1.2    $2.2    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $1.2
coupling atmosphere, ocean, land surface and
cryosphere models which will enable the next
generation of numerical forecast systems to be
developed.
NEXRAD is NWS prime observation system for               $8.2    $8.1    $8.1    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $8.2
acquiring information about tornados & severe
thunderstorms. IT resources are used in this
doppler weather radar system, a tri-agency
program of DOC, DOT, & DOD.
ASOS, the nation's primary surface weather               $0.4    $0.3    $0.4    $0.1    $0.0    $0.1    $0.3
observing network, supports aviation operations &
weather forecasting. Replacing manual surface
observation techniques, it provides improved
efficiency to acquire & record surface atmospheric
phenomena.
The CLASS project will implement efficient               $3.2    $9.6    $7.6    $3.2    $9.6    $7.6    $0.0
management of high volumes (petaybtes) of data
and automate the means of data ingest, quality
control and access.
The NOAA NESDIS National Data Centers have              $21.4   $35.8   $35.8    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $21.4
the ultimate responsibility for the long term-
management and stewardship of the bulk of
NOAA's data, in addition to environmental data
collected by other Federal agencies, countries and
research programs.
GFDL's High Performance Computing resources          $21.0   $18.9   $20.1   $0.3   $0.5   $0.5   $20.7
are used for climate and weather research in the
development and use of sophisticated numerical
models to predict and understand atmospheric
and oceanic phenomena.
Periodic technical refreshment of IT computing       $15.2   $15.4   $16.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $15.1
resources and associated IT maintenance and
support services used to conduct short, mid and
long term climate and weather research.
The Vessel Monitoring System (VMS) is a satellite     $2.1    $2.2    $2.4   $1.7   $0.0   $0.0    $0.4
based tool for monitoring control and surveillance
of the 3.4 million mile jurisdiction of the NOAA
Office for Law Enforcement.
Harmonization and integration of disparate state      $0.5    $0.5    $0.5   $0.5   $0.4   $0.4    $0.1
and federal information collection systems to
enhance the ecosystems-based management of
marine fisheries.
SARSAT system locates those in distress almost        $3.1    $3.0    $3.2   $0.7   $0.5   $0.2    $2.4
anywhere in the world at anytime. Its Mission
Control Center processess the distress signal and
alerts the appropriate search and rescue
authorities to who is in distress and where they
are located.
The Nautical Charting System (NCS) supports the       $3.2    $3.2    $3.2   $1.0   $1.0   $1.0    $2.2
production of essential navigation products that
currently comprise a suite of 1000 paper and
raster products and ultimately 1000 Electronic
Navigational Charts (ENC).
PORTS and NWLON programs have become                  $2.6    $2.5    $2.8   $1.5   $1.3   $1.6    $1.1
tightly integrated. PORTS brought to NWLON the
ability to collect data in real-time and NWLON
brought to PORTS a well-established network of
stations from which to gather water level data.
The Geodetic Support System processes data for        $1.0    $1.2    $1.1   $0.3   $0.3   $0.2    $0.7
the National Spatial Reference System and geoid
models. Plans are to expand to 1,000 Continously
Operating Reference Stations (CORS).
NOAA ships use IT resources to support data           $2.0    $2.1    $2.3   $0.7   $0.7   $0.7    $1.4
acquisition capabilities, which enable scientists
and environmental managers to make decisions
based on real-time data access and visualization.
DoC/NOAA Proposal to be a Shared Service              $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.0
Center (SSC) to OMB's Grants Management Line
of Business (LOB). This proposal is based on, and
expands upon, NOAA's Grants Online IT solution.

The CFS project operates and maintains                $5.4    $7.3    $6.6   $0.8   $1.6   $0.3    $4.6
application software, hardware, and
communications needed to perform accounting
automation operations and process financial
accounting, acquisition, travel and budget
activities to support USPTO business processes.
RAM is the single source for USPTO fee                $3.4    $8.5    $9.1   $0.1   $3.3   $3.3    $3.4
collection and provides the capability to process
fees submitted to the agency through various
means of transmission including the Internet, by
Mail or in person.
The EDW provides a single repository for financial    $2.1    $2.8    $4.2   $0.0   $0.0   $1.3    $2.1
and non-financial program information. Subject
areas include Patent, HR, Comp Projection, Cost
Accounting, Revenue, Momentum Financials acct.
data, and data from the retired Federal Financial
System.
Patent Automation provides an end-to-end              $49.6   $63.9   $80.1   $13.7   $19.1   $35.5   $36.0
operational pipeline to process patent applications
electronically. It also supports legacy Patent
Application Capture, Processing, and Search
functions. The IT Security % for BY 2006 is
.005%.
The Trademark Automation System replaces a            $11.4   $14.3   $17.6    $6.4    $4.8    $7.7    $5.0
manual paper based processing to an electronic
processing system and maintains all the records
associated with a Trademark application by
integrating existing trademark information
systems.
The USPTO Information Dissemination                   $11.7   $12.3   $13.4    $0.8    $0.1    $0.4   $11.0
Management System is the primary ongoing outlet
for making USPTO's patent and trademark
information available and accessible worldwide.
This investment supports functions related to          $1.7    $3.3    $6.9    $0.6    $1.7    $3.5    $1.2
Agency management, case tracking for General
Counsel, attorney enrollment and discipline
activities, and management of documents related
to legislative and international affairs.
The purpose of OLIADS is to develop an                 $0.1    $0.1    $0.1    $0.1    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0
automated document management system to
provide OLIA with the capabilities of scanning,
indexing, retrieving, and searching the documents.

The OCIO Business Continuity Program will              $0.5   $16.7   $12.6    $0.5   $16.5   $12.4    $0.0
decrease risk by spreading USPTO information
assets across multiple, load-balanced physical
locations to guarantee the availability of patent
and trademark data.
Provides components that support functions such        $0.3    $1.0    $2.2    $0.2    $0.2    $0.9    $0.1
as: timekeeping, EEO case management, general
personnel management, recruitment, and
employee relations/labor relations.
The Agency Administrative Support System               $1.5    $1.5    $2.7    $0.2    $0.0    $0.3    $1.4
provides capabilities for enterprise asset
management, facilities management, and
administrative services request management.
Includes hardware and software support costs for       $0.6    $0.6    $0.6    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.6
AP, GL, AR, and budget control.
Maintenance and updating of numerous IT                $7.4    $7.6    $7.8    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $7.4
systems that provide for the central financial
operations of NIST.
Development, maintenance and updating of the IT        $0.5    $0.6    $0.6    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.5
system that supports the Baldrige National Quality
Program (BNQP).
NIST High Performance Scientific Computing             $8.6    $8.8    $9.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $8.6
Support
Used to develop associated standards in those         $17.2   $17.7   $18.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $17.2
scientific disciplines, to perfect new and better
techniques for measuring adherence to those
technical standards, and to develop new means to
deliver those scientific measurement techniques.

The IT systems supported under this area provide       $2.1    $2.2    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $2.1
the automation that is used to recruit and approve
examiners, to assign those examiners to
technology-specific boards, and to receive,
evaluate, and approve technology proposals.
Development, maintenance and updating of the            $1.5     $1.6     $1.6    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0     $1.5
Information Technology (IT) systems that tie
together the nationwide network of not-for-profit
Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP)
Centers in over 400 locations nationwide.
This project provides the information technology        $0.9     $2.0     $2.0    $0.3    $1.3    $1.3     $0.6
support required for NTIA to manage the Federal
Government's use of the Radio Frequency
spectrum.
Telecommunications Analysis Services (TA                $0.2     $0.2     $0.2    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0     $0.2
Services) gives industry and Government
agencies Web-based access to the latest ITS
research and engineering
DOC CIO's strategy to effectively manage DOC's        $330.8   $377.3   $389.6   $22.9   $26.5   $34.0   $307.9
IT infrastructure. The vision: "mission driven,
managed, visible, appropriate, balanced, aligned,
and integrated with mission and technical
management strategic direction, governance
structures and processes.
Support for DOC Enterprise IT Architecture              $8.0     $6.7     $6.3    $3.9    $3.4    $1.8     $4.1
program
This includes the resources that support the            $2.8     $3.7     $3.7    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0     $2.8
Department's IT management process incuding
control and monitoring of capital investments and
portfolio management.
This is a consolidated roll-up of all of the Census     $5.8     $6.0     $6.7    $5.8    $6.0    $6.7     $0.0
Bureau's Part 3 small/other projects.
Investments in this category support: Formulation       $0.7     $0.5     $0.6    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0     $0.7
and implementation of IT policy and guidance;
strategic and operational IT planning; and IT
capital planning and investment management.
Responsibilities of the BIS Office of the Chief         $0.6     $0.8     $0.8    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0     $0.6
Information Officer include: IT strategic planning,
IT business operations support, legacy system
applications, system engineering, product
assurance, IT project planning/control, and staff
development.
IT resources are used to support NOAA-wide IT           $1.9     $2.0     $2.6    $1.9    $2.0    $2.6     $0.0
Planning activities for strategic, operational and
capital planning and investment management.
This investment provides dedicated architectural        $2.0     $1.6     $1.7    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0     $2.0
design support to specific USPTO systems during
development, maintenance, and enhancements
activities. It also supports research activities
related to the introduction of new technologies and
applications.
Provides capabilities that support project             $26.8    $47.3    $42.9    $0.1    $0.3    $0.3    $26.7
management, quality assurance, management of
the system lifecycle development process, and
acquisition services across USPTO.
This investment provides operational support for        $4.9     $5.7     $5.4    $0.8    $0.0    $0.0     $4.1
the enterprise data model, data quality functions,
and data stewardship. In addition, mandatory
records management services and electronic
records management support is provided.
EAI provides an infrastructure framework for            $4.3     $2.4     $2.4    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0     $4.3
various applications to share information and
services across their heterogeneous
environments.
The SDI provides maintenance and continued              $5.7     $7.6     $8.1    $0.4    $0.0    $0.0     $5.2
support of OCIO-wide development infrastructure
operations.
The Operational Planning and Control System             $0.4   $0.5   $0.5   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.4
(OPCS) is the EDA grant processing and tracking
system. The system documents the grant
application pre-approval, approval and post-
approval monitoring processes for the agency.
The NOAA-wide Grants back-end processing                $2.3   $2.9   $0.3   $2.3   $2.8   $0.3   $0.1
system consists of a web-based application that
will interface with grants.gov for the "Find and
Apply" functions.
GMIS is a web-based application which provides a        $0.5   $0.6   $0.7   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.5
mechanism for grant applications and processing
including submission of the Federal Financial
Assistance Application information.
GMIS is a web-based application which provides a        $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
mechanism for grant applications and processing
including submission of the Federal Financial
Assistance Application information.



The Impact Aid System supports the operation of         $0.2   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
the Impact Aid Program (IAP). Approximately
1,500 local educational agencies (LEAs) apply for
and receive Impact Aid annually. The IAP uses
the IAS to organize and manage LEAs' application
data, review and confirm applicants' eligibility, and
determine formula grant amounts.
This initiative provides automated support for the      $0.2   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
major activities of entering, verifying, processing
and tracking data on potential reviewers, provides
a mechanism for maintaining grant application
data and facilitates the configuration and
management o
Comprised of two initiatives: 1) OSEP's Customer        $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
Service Tracking/Focus Monitoring Database
System tracks customer contacts that OSEP
receives through calls, emails, letters, etc. and 2)
the State Profile Tracking and Analysis Module
that expands the current OSEP Customer Service
Tracking/Focus Monitoring Database System to
include a module that will be the next step in
creating linkages between the OSERS
workgroups and making an analysis and trend-
spotting tool available to the workgroups through
the creation of a State Profile Tracking and
Analysis Module.
This initiative involves the creation of a web-based    $0.3   $0.1   $0.0   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
data collection instrument to collect legislatively
mandated data from states regarding Adult Basic
Education.
The mission of FRS is to maintain information           $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
regarding individuals who read grant proposals
submitted to OPE in support of postsecondary
educational goals. HEP assigns proposals to
particular readers who have expertise in the
disciplines in which grants
IT support for OPE's web-based data collection for      $0.5   $0.5   $0.6   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.5
the Campus Crime Data System and Equity in
Athletics Data System and associated Help
Desks.
The mission of the Pell Grant Cost Estimation            $0.0    $0.1    $0.1    $0.0    $0.0   $0.0    $0.0
Model is to function as a miniature version of the
Pell Grant delivery process. The model performs
a need analysis for individual students, and then
determines whether the student is eligible for the
Pell Grant. If an individual is eligible, the model
estimates the probability that the student will
receive the grant. The model then computes the
grant amount that would be allocated for the
eligible recipient.
This is a task order on OPE's Field Reader               $0.4    $0.5    $0.5    $0.0    $0.0   $0.0    $0.4
System contract to create a centralized DBMS for
OPE.
IDUES Data Analysis for grant competitions               $0.1    $0.1    $0.1    $0.1    $0.1   $0.1    $0.0
Web based Performance reporting database for             $0.2    $0.2    $0.2    $0.2    $0.2   $0.2    $0.0
IDUES
Content and format changes for OPE's Web Site            $0.1    $0.1    $0.1    $0.0    $0.0   $0.0    $0.1
on ED.GOV
This database was developed by the Johns                 $0.0    $0.4    $0.3    $0.0    $0.3   $0.2    $0.0
Hopkins University with support from the Fund for
the Improvement of Postsecondary Education
(FIPSE), U.S. Department of Education. It allows
users to search, query, or browse information and
abstracts on all FIPSE discretionary grants since
1994. Information in the database is continually
updated by FIPSE and its grantees, who may
upload information and abstracts on their grants
through the management portion of the database.
As part of the President’s Management Council’s          $0.4    $0.4    $0.0    $0.4    $0.4   $0.0    $0.0
(PMC) E-Government agenda, eLoans (Online
Access for Loans) is one of the 24 original E-
Government initiatives. ED is the managing
partner, working with VA, USDA, HUD, and SBA,
with support from OMB, to inc
The FSA Financial Management System (FMS)               $10.7    $8.8    $8.6    $0.0    $0.5   $0.3   $10.8
allows the FSA CFO to account for all FSA
program transactions (e.g. FFEL, GA, Pell, Direct
Loan, etc.), perform funds checking, and perform
financial reporting. Includes FMS Operations,
FMS Oracle 11i Upgrade, and FMS Releases.
CSB will reengineer the following separate              $81.8   $33.9   $16.1   $62.4   $14.9   $0.0   $19.4
business systems into a single, integrated system:
Direct Loan Servicing System, Debt Management
and Collection System, Direct Loan Consolidation
System, and Conditional Disability Discharge
Tracking System.
This initiative maintains a system that accepts          $3.2    $3.1    $3.3    $0.0    $0.0   $0.0    $3.2
applications for Campus-Based funds from Title IV
institutions and distributes available funding to the
institutions. This initiative outlines the plan for
continued operations and maintenance of the
eCampus
The mission of the CPS is to provide a centralized      $35.7   $31.3   $27.5    $0.0    $0.0   $0.0   $35.7
system for processing applications for students
seeking federal financial aid from Title IV
programs. The primary function of the CPS is to
process each submitted Free Application for
Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) through a series of
data checks, formula calculation and verification
checks of databases with other Federal agencies.
The COD provides a common platform and record            $20.3   $10.3   $14.0   $16.9    $7.0    $9.4    $3.4
for schools to originate and disburse Title IV
funds, as well as a common process that
addresses both the overlapping and individual
needs of the Pell Grant and Direct Loan programs.

The Virtual Data Center (VDC) provides a single          $25.1   $55.5   $59.6    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $25.1
computing environment for hosting Federal
Student Aid (FSA) Title IV application systems
that support the federal student financial aid
process. The VDC provides technical and
operational services in support of mainframe and
midrange hardware and software. The VDC also
manages the software licenses for applications
residing at the VDC on behalf of FSA.
The National Student Loan Data System (NSLDS)            $12.4    $7.6    $7.9    $0.0    $0.3    $0.3   $12.4
helps schools determine the eligibility of students
for TITLE IV aid; calculating performance
measurement of schools to determine whether
schools continue their participation in TITLE IV
programs; TITLE IV aid recipient's data
management.
The NSLDS Reengineering efforts will address the          $0.0    $0.6    $5.0    $0.0    $0.6    $5.0    $0.0
following areas: reduce FSA operating costs
associated with NSLDS; improve financial
integrity; improve loan level data tracking; improve
the timeliness of loan level data; improve quality
and usability of NSLDS information, benefiting the
Department and other NSLDS users in the
financial aid community; improve usability of
NSLDS data through implementation of new tools;
and efficient use of data resources available within
FSA and from the financial aid community.
ITA provides a technical architecture that permits        $5.0    $6.3    $7.7    $0.0    $1.8    $1.8    $5.0
FSA to manage the development /execution of
FSA apps in support of the business strategy. EAI
architecture addresses the FSA Business
Channels’ need to access common data across
the systems. (Includes Application Testing and
Enterprise Software Licenses)
Continues the development/operation towards a             $1.4    $1.2    $1.4    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $1.4
single web portal with views specific to FSAs
various constituents.
DS will improve program efficiency and customer           $5.4    $2.4    $5.0    $5.4    $2.4    $5.0    $0.0
service through improvements in data quality,
access and sharing. The focus is Common
Student ID, Routing ID, Access Mgmt and
mapping FSA's data architecture to the Dept's
data collection strategies.
IPM is intended to become the system of record            $0.8    $3.0    $0.0    $0.8    $3.0    $0.0    $0.0
for every institutional trading partner, regardless of
the type of its interaction with Federal Student Aid
(FSA).
FEBI will integrate the "front end" student financial     $0.5   $20.0   $48.1    $0.5   $20.0   $47.0    $0.0
aid business processes by combining contract
support for aid awareness, application processing
and eligibility determination, grant and loan
origination and disbursement, and customer
service.
The Direct Loan Consolidation Program permits               $0.1    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
borrowers of federal education loans such as
Direct Loans, Federal Family Education Loans,
Perkins Loans, and Health Education Loans
(HEAL) made through the Department of Health
and Human Services, to consolidate them into a
single Direct loan with four repayment options,
thus reducing the potential for borrower default
because it offers borrowers flexible repayment
arrangements and the ability to repay a single
Under rather than multiple lenders.
lender,authority of Section 487 of the Higher               $1.4    $2.1    $1.7    $0.0    $0.0   $0.2   $1.4
Education Act (HEA) of 1965, the Department of
Education collects, copies, screens, disseminates,
reviews and files financial statements and
compliance audits from 6,500 proprietary, non-
profit and public institutions that participate in Title
IV programs. EZ-Audit is an application that
provides a paperless single point of receipt and
access for these financial statements and
compliance audits.
The primary objective of the ERM initiative is to           $0.3    $0.3    $0.3    $0.0    $0.0   $0.0   $0.3
continue to improve the efficiency of the FSA’s
document management processes within the
Case Management and Oversight area and the
Financial Partners division. This initiative covers
the key operational support activities required for
the Electronic Document Management Solution
and supports the future evolution into an
Electronic Records Management Solution
mandated by ED.
FSA's internal portal that provides employee                $0.3    $0.3    $0.3    $0.0    $0.0   $0.0   $0.3
services, communications, administrative
information and program specific information to
FSA staff.
Covers payments to Contractor for following                $27.0   $18.5   $11.8   $20.3   $14.3   $5.9   $6.7
projects: Central Data System Retirement;
eServicing and Financial Accounting and
Reporting System.
PEPS provides on-line data concerning the                   $1.1    $1.1    $1.1    $0.0    $0.0   $0.0   $1.1
entities which participate in the Title IV programs:
schools, lenders, guarantors, servicers, school
accreditors, and state licensors. It contains
eligibility data concerning those entities, as well as
the results of FSA’s oversight of those entities.
Funding PEPS will allow FSA to continue to
maintain this data for FSA oversight, as well as to
provide it to education partners nationwide.
This initiative is to continue the research and             $0.5    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $0.0   $0.5
analysis that FSA has been doing with the IRS,
and to identify additional ways to use IRS data
and research services to further improve
validation and verification of applicant data. The
initiative uses Federal Pell Grant program and IRS
statistical match data to estimate the amount of
Pell Grant over-awards and under-awards.
Financial Partners (FP) does not have the in-         $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.3
house expertise required to essentially support the
operation and technical maintenance of the FP
Data Mart. This initiative will provide the support
capability to maintain and sustain the FP Data
Mart such that the FP Channel employees, other
FSA employees (as authorized) and the FP
Channel customers (i.e. Guaranty Agencies) can
be provided with integrated, timely, and user-
friendly access to information within the Data
Mart.
The Registration System system is FSA's               $0.2   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
automated training/registration system. (The
Registration System replaces the Learning
Management System)
CMDM has been in operation since March 2002.          $0.5   $0.4   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.5
This initiative is a basic operational/maintenance
contract without any major enhancements. It
provides un-interrupted and ongoing technical
support capability to maintain and sustain the
CMDM such that Borrower Services employees,
other FSA employees (as authorized) can be
provided with on-line integrated, timely, and user-
friendly access to information with the Data Mart.
Funding for software licenses not covered by the      $0.1   $0.2   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
VDC contract.
Maintenance of records for the FFEL student loan      $0.6   $0.4   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.6
portfolio held by guaranty agencies.
Students.gov is an interagency E-Gov initiative       $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
that provides college students and their families
with easy access to a broad range of government
info and services from across the entire federal
government, in one place.
The purpose of the current risk assessment tool,      $0.4   $0.3   $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.4
the web-based Institutional Assessment Model
(IAM) is to organize information on educational
institutions and then rank the institutions
according to their potential risk of loss of
government funds. IAM provides an empirical
foundation, as well as an expansion, of the
available institutional information. IAM allows
more effective use of CM&O efforts.
Enterprise Performance Testing is a set of            $0.8   $0.8   $0.8   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.8
services provided to systems to ensure successful
operation of the system under peak user loads
and the allocation of appropriate run time
resources.
Continue to support FSA’s software development        $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
standard CASE tool, Rational Suite, license
needs. The Rational tool suite is used for FSA
enterprise change management solution (ECM),
as well as to be used in FSA’s release
management and configuration management
strategies. Other FSA projects / systems continue
to use the Rational tool suite in the maintenance
and operations of applications.
Enterprise Change, Configuration, and Release          $0.0   $0.7   $0.7   $0.0   $0.7   $0.7   $0.0
(eCCR) Management comprises the processes,
procedures, and tools necessary to control and
manage FSA business solutions -- software
systems, documentation, and artifacts of
significance to FSA. It includes the means for
administering project delivery, measurement, and
control across the FSA enterprise and is essential
for long-term stability and operational
improvement.
This initiative provides contract and financial        $1.6   $1.0   $0.8   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.6
management support necessary to manage,
monitor, and report on the various objectives listed
below. In addition, these functions will enable
adherence to government contracting rules and
procedures and should support all task order
issued to Accenture. FAR/FTR Compliance, GFE
Management, Subcontract management, Task
Order Management, Deliverable Management,
Invoice and Payment Verification
This request covers the initiative to provide          $1.8   $1.0   $1.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.8
continued leadership and management support.
This support provides functions necessary to
manage and monitor the various Task Orders
awarded to Accenture under the BPA.
FSA has under contract an Integration Leadership       $0.0   $2.0   $2.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
Support Contractor (ILSC) to support FSA in the
continuing integration and improvement of its
systems and business processes. This business
case is to support the funding of the ILSC.

The Student Aid Internet Gateway (SAIG) is a           $3.6   $1.5   $1.5   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $3.6
store and forward mailbox application used by
FSA’s Title IV customers (post-secondary
schools, lenders, guarantee agencies, state
agencies, and other electronic trading partners)
for sending and receiving Title IV Privacy Act data
to the Title IV application systems.
The National Assessment of Educational Progress        $6.7   $7.1   $7.6   $0.3   $0.4   $0.3   $6.4
(NAEP) is a survey of students at the elementary
and secondary levels to determine what they know
and can do in various academic subjects.

The purpose of the new ERIC is to provide a            $7.9   $6.5   $6.7   $7.1   $0.0   $0.3   $0.9
comprehensive, easy-to-use, searchable, Internet-
based bibliographic and full-text database of
education research and information for educators,
researchers, and the general public.
The National Assessment of Adult Literacy              $0.6   $0.7   $0.7   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.6
(NAAL) is a nationally representative and
continuing assessment of English language
literacy skills of American adults. It seeks to:
describe the status of adult literacy in the United
States; report on national trends; and identify
relationships between literacy and selected
characteristics of adults. A nationally
representative sample of adults will be assessed
in 2003, providing the first indication of the
nation's progress in adult literacy since 1992.
Funds will be used for data collection activities
and analysis.
The Current Population Survey (CPS) is a monthly       $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
household survey conducted by the Bureau of the
Census for the Bureau of Labor Statistics to
provide information about employment,
unemployment, and other characteristics of the
civilian noninstitutionalized population.

The ECLS-B is a longitudinal study of a nationally     $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.4
representative sample of 13,800 births in 2001.
OMB requested that NCES serve as the lead for
this omnibus study of the development and growth
of very young children, in partnership with a
number of Federal agencies.
The ECLS-K is a longitudinal study of a nationally     $0.6   $0.8   $0.8   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.6
representative sample of children enrolled in
kindergarten in fall 1998. Approximately 21,000
kindergartners from diverse racial-ethnic and
socioeconomic backgrounds enrolled in public and
private kindergarten programs are being followed
through the 5th grade.
The Fast-Response Survey System (FRSS) and             $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
the Postsecondary Education Quick Information
system (PEQIS) meet the data needs of
Department of Education officials. The system,
known collectively as the Quick-Response
Information System (QRIS), conducts sur
SASS is the nation’s only national and state           $0.2   $0.5   $0.5   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
representative database on the condition of the
nation’s public school districts, public and private
schools, principals, and teachers.
PSS is conducted every two years, gathers              $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
information from some 27,000 private schools
about schools, teachers, and graduates, and is
comparable to the data collected for public
schools in CCD. This data are used by federal,
state, and local officials, professional
associations, and local practitioners for planning,
evaluation, and policymaking.
This study is the fourth in a series of major middle   $0.5   $0.4   $0.4   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.5
/ secondary school longitudinal studies sponsored
by the Department (i.e., one each in the decades
of the 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, and now, in the first
decade of the 21st century). This study will
provide data about critical transitions experienced
by young people as they progress through school
and begin their careers.
The Census Mapping project was initiated in 1988       $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
and is sponsored by NCES and coordinated by
the Census Bureau. The project utilizes school
district geographic boundaries that are obtained
through surveys collected from state liaisons.

CCD is NCES’s primary database on elementary           $0.8   $0.8   $0.8   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.8
and secondary public education in the United
States. It collects annual summary information at
the state level on students, staff, and revenues
and expenditures as well as annual information
from some 15,000 school districts and some
80,000 public schools. This data are used by
federal, state, and local officials, professional
associations, and local practitioners for planning,
evaluation, and policymaking.
CCD is NCES’s primary database on elementary          $0.9   $1.0   $1.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.9
and secondary public education in the United
States. It collects annual summary information at
the state level on students, staff, and revenues
and expenditures as well as annual information
from some 15,000 school districts and some
80,000 public schools. This data are used by
federal, state, and local officials, professional
associations, and local practitioners for planning,
evaluation, and policymaking.
Web-based data collection of Congressionally          $1.5   $1.5   $1.5   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.5
Mandated IPEDS data. Respondents are colleges
and universities of all types.
The Beginning Postsecondary Students (BPS)            $0.1   $0.2   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
longitudinal study followed first time beginning
students from NPSAS. The first cohort began with
NPSAS in 1989-90 and the last cohort began with
NPSAS in 1995-96. The BPS data further describe
the experiences during and transitions through
postsecondary education and into the labor force,
as well as family formation.
The Baccalaureate and Beyond (B&B) longitudinal       $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
study provides information concerning education
and work experiences after completion of the
bachelor's degree.
The National Survey of Faculty and Students           $0.9   $0.4   $0.4   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.9
(NsoFaS) is a combination of the NPSAS and
NSOPF projects. The NPSAS is a
comprehensive study that examines how students
and their families pay for postsecondary
education.
In 1998, NCES initiated a project that will allow     $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.4
users to view aggregated Census data (using
information contained on the 2000 Decennial short
and long forms) for public school districts across
the nation. Tabulations will be made available
through the NCES School District Demographics
web site.
This includes the Postsecondary Education             $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
Descriptive Analysis Reports (PEDAR), the
National Postsecondary Education Cooperative
(NPEC), the State Higher Education Executive
Officers/ NCES communication (SHEEO) network,
and the National Education Data Resource Center
(NEDRC).
School Crime Indicators is an annual report on        $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
crime and safety in our nation's schools. The
report draws on a number of NCES and other
government surveys to provide reliable and
comprehensive information on the progress in
making our schools safer.
What Works Clearinghouse system will assess           $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
and report evidence with respect to what works in
education in multiple topics to inform decision
making, improve educational practices, and
enhance important student outcomes.
Includes IPEDS Completion Survey, IPEDS Fall          $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
Enrollment Survey, and IPEDS Fall Staffing
Survey
The International Activities Program provides           $1.3    $1.2    $1.2   $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $1.3
information, data, and reports about the condition
of education in other countries to the American
public, education decision makers, U.S.
Congress, and the Executive Branch of the
Federal Government.
The Financial Management Support System                 $9.0   $14.7   $17.3   $5.5   $12.3   $14.3    $3.5
(FMSS) is ED's official general ledger. It includes
functionality for budget execution, funds control,
receipt management, administrative payment
management, and internal and external reporting.
Oracle Federal Financials 11i will eliminate
workarounds for missing functionality in the
current version.
The Grant Administration and Payment (GAPS) is          $4.0    $2.2    $5.0   $1.9    $0.0    $2.7    $2.2
a centralized and integrated grant administration
and payment system, eliminating the need for
duplicate data entry and providing easy funds
access to grant and direct loan recipients.
The purpose of the Integration Support Services        $10.3    $4.6    $5.8   $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $10.3
(ISS) is to ensure total integration of all EDCAPS
applications. Contractor support is required for
daily operation of the system and integration of all
EDCAPS applications.
TMS supports the Department’s travel                    $0.8    $0.5    $2.0   $0.3    $0.0    $1.5    $0.5
requirements. Travel management consists of 4
major sub-processes: Process Authorization,
Arrange Travel, Travel, and Process Voucher.
CPSS provides support for the entire                    $2.6    $1.8    $1.9   $2.2    $1.4    $1.4    $0.4
Department’s contracting and purchasing
operations. Each of the Department’s Principal
Offices is dependent on the CPSS for the
ordering/purchasing of goods/services in support
of their respective operations.
The Department of Education is in the early             $0.0    $2.3    $0.0   $0.0    $2.3    $0.0    $0.0
stages of a total redesign of the ED's grants
management system. The system controls
payments for ED's programs, including payments
for grants, direct loans and various other program-
related obligations.
OMB designated DOI/NBC Federal                          $0.3    $1.4    $1.4   $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.3
Personnel/Payroll System (FPPS) as one of the
four HR Payroll e-gov solution. It accomplishes
the goal of using technology to enhance the
economy and efficiency of services. It is
necessary to provide tele-communications through
Education’s EDNET and the DOINET using
TCP/IP protocol. It is critical for the connectivity
of the Federal Personnel Payroll system servicing
ED’s staff for processing payroll and personnel
functions.
The Office of the Deputy Secretary’s Budget             $0.2    $0.2    $0.2   $0.0    $0.1    $0.0    $0.1
Service collects salaries and expenses budget
information from individual offices across the U.S.
Department of Education using a contractor’s
custom software application. The Budget Service
uses the information collected to prepare budget
submissions for the agency to OMB and
Congress. This budget information is obtained
once a year during a six-week period. ODS uses
this on-line Budget Formulation software
application to process budget submissions data in
a more accurate and timely fashion.
The Integrated Administrative System, commonly           $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
referred to as the IAS, is OM’s detail budget and
expenditure tracking system. It is used in tandem
with ED’s EDCAPS system. EDCAPS is very
limited in its ability to provide detailed information
on transact
AARTS is ED's single database system used for            $0.3   $0.2   $0.1   $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
the purpose of tracking the post-audit activity for
all audits, internal and external, of the
Department. It is the Department’s tool for
monitoring and reporting on the audit follow-up
status of GAO audits,
CheckFree is a robust, integrated COTS package           $0.0   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
that the Department of Education is using to
automate the reporting and reconciliation of its
hundreds of thousands of transactions each year.
The CheckFree package is also used to
streamline the preparation of some financial
reports provided to Treasury and to improve the
quality of the Department’s financial data.
As a result of concerns raised regarding ED’s            $0.0   $0.4   $0.6   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
ability to account for and manage its inventory of
assets, including IT investments, a decision was
made to proceed with the development and
implementation of a new ED-wide Asset
Management system, including interfaces from/to
EDCAPS systems.
To upgrade Oracle Financials and Oracle                  $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0
Financial Analysis in concert with the
Department's upgrade of Oracle 11i scheduled for
2004 and 2005. In addition, funds will be needed
to redesign the interagency agreement
process/forms based on new requirements of
OMB.
The initiative addresses the need to continue the        $0.0   $0.2   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
collection of data on civil rights issues while
transitioning to the Performance Based Data
Management Initiative (PBDMI), currently under
development. The OCR Elementary and
Secondary School Survey (E&S Survey) -
conducted since 1968 - is one of the instruments
used by OCR to obtain source data regarding the
nation's public elementary and secondary schools.
Contractual services relating to the design,             $0.0   $0.0   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1   $0.0
development, testing, implementation
maintenance, administration, and documentation
of the Presidential Scholars Program Internet Web-
Based Application Submission System
(PSAonline) and training of ED personnel
The IJA is an electronic grants administrative         $0.4   $0.1   $0.1   $0.4   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0
tutorial that would provide ED staff and as an
extension grantees and prospective applicants a
comprehensive source for understanding the
fundamentals of the grants process. It is a
training and support system that would work in
conjunction with other traditional means of training
on the part of GPOS to improve the knowledge
and performance of ED’s grants management
staff. With the finalization of the updated Grants
Management handbook the IJA is a perfect home
for this important document and would serve as
the primary reference for all ED staff to access.
September 2002 marked the start of the first full      $0.0   $0.4   $0.4   $0.0   $0.2   $0.1   $0.0
school year under the No Child Left Behind Act,
which brought significant changes in the law
covering elementary and secondary schools and
signified the start of a historic, new era in
education. To help parents understand the new
law and all the important changes it brings -
particularly the parent empowerment provisions of
the law - the U.S. Department of Education
launched a new monthly television series entitled
The Performance-Based Can Management
Education News Parents Data Use.                       $7.8   $9.7   $4.1   $7.7   $6.1   $0.2   $0.2
(PBDMI) initiative is both a series of ED process
realignments and an information technology
solution, the goal of which is to develop standards,
guidelines, and policies that will transform current
data collection and information management
processes and increase focus on outcomes and
accountability instead of processes.
For PES to increase the level of its analytic          $0.0   $0.6   $0.0   $0.0   $0.6   $0.0   $0.0
support task order to have the capacity to respond
to requests from senior officers, which require a
substantially greater volume of work than
originally anticipated.
The National Household Education Surveys               $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
Program (NHES) is a data collection system
designed to address a wide range of education
related issues that can best be informed through
population surveys. The funds will allow for design
work to begin on the 2005 collection.
Literacy Information and Communication System          $0.0   $0.8   $0.8   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
(LINCS) is a comprehensive, premier on-line
information and communications network for
literacy and lifelong learning. The LINCS' goal is
to bring adult and family literacy-related resources
and expertise to a single point of access for users
through the world.
Capability Maturity Model/Solution Life Cycle -        $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
continued development and updating of FSA's
Solution Life Cycle methodology which provides a
baseline approach for solution acquisitions across
FSA.
                                                              $0.0   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1   $0.0
ED's contribution to the e-Gov initiative.             $0.0   $0.0   $0.5   $0.0   $0.0   $0.5   $0.0
ED's contribution to the e-Gov initiative.             $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0
ED's contribution to the e-Gov initiative.             $0.4   $0.4   $0.5   $0.4   $0.4   $0.5   $0.0
ED's contribution to the Line of Business              $0.0   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0
ED's contribution to the Line of Business              $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0
ED's contribution to the e-Gov initiative.              $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
ED's contribution to the Line of Business               $0.0   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0
                                                               $0.8   $0.8   $0.0   $0.8   $0.8   $0.0
ED Web supports the main ED website, which is           $4.4   $4.3   $4.4   $4.4   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
the contact with ED for many citizens, and must:
(a) convey ED's brand and key messages; (b)
broaden ED's reach to more citizens and new
demographics; and (c) offer intuitive navigation to
dynamic.
EDICS supports the information collection               $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1
clearance process for ED. The system provides
tracking and document management capabilities.
Enhancements to EDICS will lead to data
standardization among collections and data
element analysis among collections. Includes
EDICS OneED Info Collection Implementation)
The Enterprise Electronic Records Management            $0.8   $0.0   $0.0   $0.7   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
program will provide a repository of official records
that permits easy retrieval of these records for use
by employees and, where appropriate, by the
public. This program will provide a single
repository within which to store and/or point to
official records that are maintained in a variety of
formats and mediums – from paper and microfilm
to images and databases.
This project supports the design, development,          $0.4   $0.6   $0.5   $0.2   $0.5   $0.3   $0.2
outreach efforts, and maintenance of the
Department’s enterprise intranet, connectED.
ConnectED enables business and disseminates
information through its infrastructure of hardware,
software, personnel and policies. Includes
ConnectED IT HW and SW
The FOIA/Privacy Tracking and Reporting System          $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
will replace the current Lotus Notes-based system
that has failed to meet the Department’s
requirements and, will need to be replaced as the
Department plans to discontinue Lotus Notes-
based applications.
The Acquisition and Project Management Support          $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.3
project will fund an expert contractor firm that will
provide OCIO managers with acquisition and
project management support. The IT Research
and Best Practices Service will fund an IT/IM
research service that will provide ED staff with
cutting edge IT research, best practices
benchmarking, industry advisories, market trends,
and product reviews.
The OCFO Internet Grants and Protection of              $0.0   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
Human Subjects in Research pages provide
information to the grant applicants, grantees, the
public and ED staff. The information includes
details on upcoming grant opportunities,
regulations and guidance on grants and protection
of human subjects in research, grant application
forms, grant training materials, orientation guide
for new applicants, links to grant resources, and
other information. The Grant Award Databases
provides a web-based, accessible, searchable
format for the public and ED staff to find out our
grant awards. It provides multiple approaches to
searching the data and has a data download
capability.
The OCR Case and Activity Management System          $0.2   $0.1   $0.2   $0.2   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0
(CAMS) builds on the existing Case Management
(CMS) pilot that will conclude at the end of FY
2004. The CAMS will include the fully operational
Case Management capability used for
maintaining, managing and tracking OCR's
complaint and compliance review activities, and
proactive activities such as significant technical
assistance.
OCR will develop a centralized document storage      $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
and retrieval system to ensure the content
integrity of OCR’s policy documents based on
approved criteria.
CS-CIMS is a relational database custom              $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
developed as a data tracking system that
generates reports and tracts informal complaints
filed with the Informal Dispute Resolution Center
(IDR Center). The system resides on the network
in an oracle database and is designed to interface
with the EEO tracking system maintained by the
EEOG. The system serves reporting
requirements to the Department and EEOC.
The Federal Real Property Assistance Program of      $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
the OM/FS is responsible for assisting eligible
Educational entities in the acquisition of Federal
Real Estate, Assisting Federal Agencies in the
transfer of Federal Real Property into the
program, and Enforcing Compliance of the terms
and conditions of the sale. OM/FS needs to
maintain an inventory of all sold properties under
the program for enforcement and reporting
purposes. A Microsoft Access Database based
system is in place togoal ofthis need.
It accomplishes the meet using technology to         $0.0   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
enhance the economy and efficiency of services.
It is necessary to provide tele-communications
through Education’s EDNET and the DOINET
using TCP/IP protocol. It is critical for the
connectivity of the Fede
This initiative provides contract support for the    $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1
maintenance, enhancement, and management
reports of the Helpdesk Expert Automation Tool
(HEAT) system. This software system is used to
record, track, and resolve customer complaints
regarding facilities re
The main purpose of the IMS initiative is to         $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.3
provide Information Technology Technical Support
Services for HRS and the Office of Management
(OM) as they serve the staff of the Department
and it's stakeholders. The services primarily
support the requiremen
The Mailroom Management System (MMS)                 $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
consists of specialized hardware (postage meters)
and software (Mail Management System & Walz
Intelligent Tracking System) to support mailing
business in ED.
The Education Performance Appraisal System                $0.4   $0.3   $0.4   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.4
(EDPAS) and the General Performance and
Appraisal System (GPAS) for SES are the
performance systems of record for the
Department. The appraisal systems permit
accurate evaluation of job performance on the
basis of objective criteria related to the job in
question for each employee or position under the
system, and promotes a high-performance
organization that is customer focused and obtains
results. Employees and supervisors are able to
create performance agreements on-line and are
able to receive on-line evaluations from their
supervisor. These automated systems replaced a
paper-based system.initiative provides or supports
The OM Webmaster                                          $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
the following functions, including but not limited to:
ED Notebook; content maintenance for
connectED, ED.gov, the OM website and the
Learning Network; usability testing; HR Systems
marketing, Project Manag
This initiative provides contract support for the         $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
maintenance and enhancement of the Parking
Permit System. The purpose is to control and
manage the limited number of parking spaces in
ED buildings so that only qualified car pool
members and others get permission to park.
This initiative provides contract support for the         $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
maintenance and enhancement of the Postal Bill
reconciliation System. The purposes are to
identify and validate each meter and its usage; to
reconcile any differences in postal charges
between the USPS bi
This initiative provides contract support for the         $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1
maintenance and enhancement of the WITS
which is a multi component system consisting of
Rent System, Helpdesk Expert Automation Tool
System (HEAT), Space Management System,
Budget Reconciliation System (B
This initiative provides contract support for the         $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
maintenance and enhancement of RENT system.
The purposes of this initiative are to validate
GSA’s monthly rent bill for all ED occupied
building, to resolve discrepancies in the rent bill
working with GSA,
This initiative provides contract support for the         $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
maintenance and enhancement of the Archibus
system, which is used for tracking space
assignment by principal offices. The purposes of
this initiative are to maintain current floor plans for
all ED occupied
Upgrades and maintenance of the Secretary's               $0.0   $0.0   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
conference facilities.
Dissemination of information to a wide audience to        $0.1   $0.2   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
get the word out regarding ED-related issues by
broadcasting these events via computer.
Procurement as an interagency agreement with            $0.4   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.4
the Department of Transportation’s Virtual
University (TVU). Provide external website
access to e-learning courses from commercial
vendors (NETg and SkillSoft). The cost of
maintaining the library of courses would be too
expensive for ED to maintained; therefore, ED has
an interagency agreement with the Department of
Transportation’s Virtual University (TVU) to
provide the required services and technical
support.is a web-accessible database, developed
ACMIS                                                   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
and managed by GSA, to collect and standardize
information on the Federal acquisition workforce.
The database will combine data from OPM's
Central Personnel DataFile with information
collected by the agencies and input directly into
ACMIS using the employee's name and SSN.
OLCA's on-line services contracts with                  $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
GalleryWatch, Congressional Quarterly to monitor
congressional activities relating to Education-
related legislation. These vehicles are used to
research legislation, reports, etc. to keep senior
staff apprised of legislation and committee status.
The main purpose of the HR Web Recruitment              $0.3   $0.2   $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.3
initiative is to achieve the goal of ED’s Strategic
Plan: Objective 6.2 Improve the strategic
management of the Department’s human capital.
This initiative automates recruitment in order to
create a versatile, u
The Education Digital Library Initiatives (EDLI) will   $0.0   $0.0   $0.6   $0.0   $0.0   $0.3   $0.0
enable educators, parents, students, researchers
and policy-makers to find resources they need to
meet their specific needs from among a wealth of
education resources on hundreds of web sites. It
combines the Gateway to Educational Materials
(GEM) and the Virtual Reference Desk (VRD) into
a single contract, EDLI.
The BPN is the source for trading partner               $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
information. It expands the Central Contractor
Registration (CCR) to include government
business partners and offers all agencies access
to validated supplier data from one central point.
All records in the BPN are identified by the use of
a DUNS number. The BPN will provide
information on all trading partners, including
commercial, government and grantees. GSA
manages the BPN. Currently, the cost for using
the CCR is determined by the number of DUNS
numbers representing each vendor that is brought
into the CCR.
The Planning and Performance Management               $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
(PPM) initiative was established in an effort to
address the 1994 Government Performance and
Results Act and attain improved accountability
across the Department of Education for all agency
goals and objectives. GPRA requires the
Department to report performance information.
The PPM database has been developed to
streamline the process for developing the PPM
strategic plans and reports and enables the
Department’s Principal Offices to input plans and
performance data via EDNet on an ongoing basis.
Telephone and data entry services for the             $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
Information Resource Center.
On-line service contract to permit staff access to    $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
daily media coverage of ED-related issues as they
are broadcast.
This initiative will provide programming support to   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2   $0.0
continue the modification of the NASA Office of
Inspector General Investigations Management
Information System (NORS) for use by the
Department of Education Office of Inspector
General (ED-OIG) Evaluations and Inspections
(E&I) division.
The mail management system is a new project in        $0.0   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0
the initial conception phase. The IRC is currently
exploring various technological solutions and
options. The IRC envisions a solution that would
automatically sort and categorize the mail, track
the mail, distribute the mail to the appropriate
Specialists, and possess the capability to produce
statistical reports.
Ask ED is an online tool available from               $0.2   $0.1   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
ConnectED to provide referral information and
basic answers to customers questions. Currently,
the Guide to Education Programs (GTEP), which
is one of the agency’s most visited web sites, is
being migrated with the Ask ED database for like
field database sharing purposes and streamlining
administration. This migration will be completed
by October and portions of Ask ED database via
GTEP and possibly Ask ED services will be
available on the www.ed.gov. By mid-year of
2005, the Employee Locator service shall also be
incorporated into this system for public and
internal access.
The mission of ECPIC is to assist Federal             $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
agencies manage their IT investments in
accordance with the Clinger-Cohen Act and other
applicable statutory direction and guidance, as
well as government and industry best practices.
ECPIC helps managers and staff involved in IT
planning and investment or IT Investment
Management (ITIM) decision-making assess IT
initiatives in terms of their costs, risks, and
expected returns, and to help them determine and
maintain the appropriate mix of IT investments
with regard to these and other organizational and
technical considerations. ECPIC provides a
means to create OMB Exhibits 300 and 53s and to
send OMB an XML file as an email attachment of
these exhibits.
ED's contribution to the e-Gov initiative.               $1.0    $0.3    $0.3    $1.0   $0.3    $0.3    $0.0
ED's contribution to the e-Gov initiative.               $0.0    $0.2    $0.2    $0.0   $0.2    $0.2    $0.0
ED's contribution to the e-Gov initiative.               $0.0    $0.1    $0.5    $0.0   $0.1    $0.5    $0.0
This combined Office Automation/ Infrastructure/        $76.4   $57.8   $66.9   $49.9   $6.5   $13.2   $26.5
Telecommunications Exhibit 300 includes such
initiatives as: Network Operations, Dedicated
Circuits, Reliable Network, Software Licensing,
Video Teleconferencing, ADP Equipment
Purchases, etc
DSX Security System provides complete access             $1.1    $1.1    $1.3    $0.9   $0.9    $1.1    $0.2
control and alarm monitoring for sites, including:
Point Monitoring, Elevator Control, Photo ID
Badging, Guard Tour, Image Recall, Live CCTV
display, and tracking of access to the Critical
Infrastructure.
State Net is a legislative tracking service that         $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $0.0    $0.0    $0.0
provides real time information on bills and bill
status in the states and at the federal level.
The Employee Skills Inventory System (ESIS) is a         $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $0.0    $0.0    $0.0
web-based employee development tool used to
assist managers and employees with learning and
development. Using the tool, employees can
identify competencies needed to perform job
functions, take self-assessments against the
competencies, create an individual development
plan, and locate learning resources.
The purpose is to procure the services of IT             $0.2    $0.2    $0.3    $0.0   $0.0    $0.0    $0.2
systems security experts to perform reviews of the
Department's information security programs in
connection with the Federal Information Security
Management Act. Contractor support is required
so that the OIG can perform an independent
evaluation of the Department's information
security program, plans, and practices. The
evaluations of the adequacy of security controls
will provide management with an independent
assessment of the impact of any weaknesses on
the information technology environment.
This service contract provides on-line legal             $0.1    $0.1    $0.1    $0.0   $0.0    $0.0    $0.1
research service. It provides quick, and easy
access to a vast collection of statues, case law
material, public records and other legal resources
with current news and business information.
This initiative is to upgrade or replace computers       $1.1    $0.7    $0.0    $0.0   $0.0    $0.0    $1.1
and software. The Office of the Chief Information
Officer (OCIO) has advised principal office to plan,
budget, and execute the replacement of one-
fourth of their personal computer hardware each
year. This policy will maintain the reliability,
flexibility and capability to run on the Department’s
existing operating system and computer
applications, and support new ones.
The purpose of this task is to use the information      $0.5   $1.5   $2.0   $0.5   $1.5   $2.0   $0.0
gathered from the Security Architecture
Framework task, the Data Strategy task, and other
FSA, Departmental, and Federal initiatives to plan,
design, develop, and implement a pilot Access
Management and Identify Management
architecture for FSA systems. This pilot
architecture will be used to test alternative
solutions to determine what commercial
product(s) best supports the business and
security needs for FSA. The focus for this
initiative will be to create this service for non-
student access to our systems.
The purpose of this task is to provide support for      $1.3   $1.7   $1.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.3
the FSA security program to comply with Federal
and Departmental requirements while providing
guidance and assistance to FSA Business Units.
The Security & Privacy (S&P) team provides a
centralized point of contact and response for
security and privacy issues at FSA.
The Department’s enterprise-wide information and        $5.2   $3.9   $4.4   $5.2   $4.0   $4.5   $0.0
critical infrastructure assurance program’s goal is
to ensure the protection of the Department’s
information and other critical infrastructure assets
to the greatest extent possible, by implementing
measures and controls that will ensure the
confidentiality, integrity, and availability of the
Department’s infrastructure assets. (Includes
CRG -Certification Review Group)
In order to transition to the Future State Vision of    $0.3   $2.7   $3.9   $0.3   $2.7   $3.9   $0.0
the Department's Enterprise Architecture, the
Department needs to support through an
Enterprise Venture Capital Fund new initiatives
that can help the Department migrate to this
Future State.
The consolidated Enterprise Architecture consists       $4.3   $3.7   $5.3   $2.8   $2.3   $3.9   $1.5
of EA efforts in FSA and OCIO. The Enterprise
Architecture is an analytical tool for supporting the
President’s Management Agenda (PMA) and No
Child Left Behind. The EA serves to align
business process and technology to more
effectively and efficiently deliver Customer
Service.
This project is comprised of contractor support for     $0.6   $0.8   $0.8   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.6
the development, implementation, and support of
ED’s ITIM process.
This initiative provides contract support for the       $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1
OM's compliance with the Federal Information
Security Management Act (FISMA) for all OM
systems.
This initiative is for information technology (IT)      $0.1   $0.2   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
security services to perform and prepare OIG's
inter-office security reviews and C&A
documentation that adequately complete the
certification and accreditation requirements for
OIG systems. This initiative ensures that current
and future OIG systems are compliant with the
Federal Information Security Management Act,
other Federal laws, and Department and OIG
policy.
This is a sub-investment of the SRS Mission              $0.4     $0.4     $0.5     $0.0     $0.0     $0.0     $0.4
Support Systems investment. Support Service
salaries used to support Cyber Security and funds
used to purchase IT hardware and software for
the Cyber Security Lab.
This initiative would reengineer business                $7.5     $8.2    $20.3     $1.3     $2.0     $9.0     $6.2
processes and integrate stand-alone systems to
ensure cradle-to-grave nuclear materials
accountability.
Develops and deploys emerging information               $13.3    $14.1     $0.0     $0.0     $0.0     $0.0    $13.3
networking technology to production processes.
Secure infrastructure for the stockpile stewardship     $10.4    $10.4    $23.5    $10.4    $10.4    $23.5     $0.0
program. *For the BY2007 Cycle, the ISCI
Program will be rebaselined to reflect a more
granular sub-project structure. This structure will
better facilitate EVMS philosophy*
NNSA SNL ERP                                            $14.5    $14.9    $15.3     $2.1     $0.0     $0.0    $12.4
NNSA KCP ERP Project                                     $6.7     $6.9     $7.1     $0.0     $0.0     $0.0     $6.7
NNSA ASCI Program. NOTE: **For the BY2007              $673.9   $693.5   $660.8   $555.3   $572.1   $545.4   $118.6
Cycle, the ASCI Program will be rebaselined to
reflect a more granular sub-project structure. This
new structure will better facilitate an EVMS
philosophy**
The ERP program is a cross-lab (G2G) business           $17.0    $17.6    $18.2     $0.0     $0.0     $0.0    $17.0
process and technology solution aimed at
increasing efficiency and effectiveness via
integration and reduction of application silos
NNSA BWXT Pantex Enterprise Resource                     $3.5     $3.6     $3.7     $0.0     $0.0     $0.0     $3.5
Planning
The mission of this system is to aid in the tracking     $4.2     $4.5     $4.6     $1.3     $1.4     $1.4     $3.0
and communication of the safe and secure
transportation of nuclear weapons, components
and special nuclear materials.
NNSA Y-12 ERP Project                                    $7.9     $5.9     $5.3     $0.0     $0.0     $0.0     $7.9
NNSA LANL ERP                                           $43.2    $45.5    $43.7    $39.3    $41.3    $41.3     $3.9
NNSA Naval Reactors ERP                                  $3.9     $1.0     $0.0     $3.9     $1.0     $0.0     $0.0
NNSA NR Scientific Supercomputing                        $8.0     $8.0    $12.0     $0.0     $0.0     $0.0     $8.0
RDAS acquires data from instrumentation                  $0.5     $0.5     $0.3     $0.0     $0.0     $0.0     $0.5
required for controlling the Advanced Test Reactor
located at TRA. RDAS sends data to the ATR
reactor control room display system for operator
use, and archives the data for later review.

BJC Contractor Business and Administrative               $8.2     $8.7     $9.0     $0.0     $0.0     $0.0     $8.2
(CBA) Systems
Maintain and operate INEEL financial systems             $1.0     $1.5     $1.0     $0.0     $0.0     $0.0     $1.0
consisting of COTS applications, interfaces with
external source systems (i.e., Supply Chain &
Payroll), & in-house developed bolt-ons. Performs
GL, Asset Management, AR, Costing, Billing, &
reporting to DOE.
FISCAL YEAR 2005 NATIONAL DEFENSE                        $3.2     $1.5     $1.0     $3.2     $0.0     $0.0     $0.0
AUTHORIZATION ACT ABOLISHED PART D OF
THE EEOICPA ADMINISTERED BY THE DOE
AND REPLACES IT WITH A NEW SYSTEM OF
FEDERAL PAYMENTS CALLED PART E TO BE
ADMINISTERED BY THE DEPARTMENT OF
LABOR.
Small relational databases residing on file servers      $0.1     $0.6     $0.6     $0.0     $0.4     $0.4     $0.1
and/or web-based systems that mainly support
workflow for the ES&H missions .
The EMCAP Database (EDS) reports information             $0.3    $0.3    $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.3
relating to audit schedules, finding status,
corrective action plans and other data associated
with auditing commercial laboratories.
Provides the DOE community with information              $1.4    $0.5    $0.5   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $1.4
about worker fatalities, injuries and illnesses;
employee exposures to radiation; operational
conditions, and occurrences at DOE facilities.
The Integrated Planning, Accountability, and             $3.1    $2.9    $2.8   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $3.1
Budgeting System- Information System (IPABS-
IS) is the project-based system that supports the
routine data collection and reporting needs of the
EM Program.
Applications used by DOE's National                      $2.1    $2.0    $2.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $2.1
Transportation Program to support the planning
and execution of its transportation responsibilities
for all non-classified shipments of hazardous
materials, including radioactive, mixed wastes,
and other commodities.
WBMSS provides mission critical tools including          $3.4    $3.7    $3.4   $1.4   $0.0   $0.0    $2.0
commitment tracking; team collaboration,
knowledge management, workflow management,
Electronic records management, and Web
Content Management to support EM strategic
goals.
SR Contractor Business and Administrative (CBA)          $4.1    $4.3    $4.4   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $4.1
Systems
SR Mission Support Systems                              $40.6   $41.5   $38.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $40.6
Business Mgmt System (BMS) supports business             $8.7    $8.7    $8.8   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $8.7
& administrative functions required by two Prime
Contractors (PHMC & RPP). This integrated ERP
system supports finance, HR, pension,
acquisitions, training, benefits, payroll, contracts,
property, etc.
This scope includes the non-major IT investments         $1.5    $2.2    $1.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $1.5
that enable the DOE Richland (RL) and Office of
River Protection (ORP) field offices manage the
Hanford site.
This scope includes the non-major IT investments         $1.0    $1.0    $1.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $1.0
that enable the Occupational Medicine Contractor
(OMC) to provide occupational medicine and
industrial hygiene services for the Hanford Site.

This scope includes the non-major IT investments        $10.3   $10.7   $11.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $10.3
that enable the Project Hanford Management
Contractor (PHMC) to manage environmental
cleanup and infrastructure services at the Hanford
Site.
This scope includes the non-major IT investments         $0.6    $0.6    $0.9   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.6
that enable the River Corridor Project (RCP)
contractor to perform environmental restoration
activities at the Hanford Site.

This scope includes the non-major IT investments         $7.1    $6.3    $6.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $7.1
that enable the River Protection Project (RPP)
contractor to manage ~53 million gallons of
radioactive waste in 177 underground tanks at the
Hanford Site.
An electronic document and records management            $0.0    $0.5    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.0
system is necessary to ensure the capture,
preservation, and indexing of information created
either manually or electronically (e.g., e-mail) in
support of the WIPP Program.
Includes resources involved with the strategic and     $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
tactical planning and budgeting.
Provide high-level scientists and engineers with       $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
state-of-the-art tools to accomplish basic research
in Environmental Management and National
Security-nuclear data acquisition, data integrity
and fault-tolerance data storage needs.
ISARM project phase 3, a component of the EM           $0.9   $0.9   $0.9   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.6
C5 Cyber Security Architecture
SR Federal Business and Administrative (FBA)           $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
Systems
This system compiles waste characterization data       $1.0   $1.0   $1.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.0
for WIPP shipments and generates the associated
records for review prior to transporting waste to
WIPP.
Continued IT support is critical to achieving DOE-     $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
ORO's cleanup mission. The program is overseen
by the BJC IT Organization, which is responsible
for the operation, effectiveness, transition, and IT
within BJC on DOE's behalf.
The IFMS Project is a contractor financial system      $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
for the CBFO M&O contractor. Used in
conjunction w/P3E, this system provides CBFO
oversight personnel with detailed expenditure info
for all CBFO programs.
The IWTS is the official INEEL waste tracking          $1.4   $0.8   $1.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.4
system for containerized waste. Provides cradle to
grave management and tracking for radioactive,
hazardous, and mixed waste.
The Spent Nuclear Fuel Database (SFD) provides         $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.4
basic inventory data (how much is where) for DOE
owned/managed spent nuclear fuel (SNF) and the
chemical and physical characteristics of all DOE
owned/managed SNF throughout the complex.

The Analytical Laboratory Information                  $0.4   $0.4   $0.6   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.4
Management System is the backbone for sample
tracking, data calculation, and data reporting for
the Analytical Laboratories Department. The
system handles 50,000 to 100,000 analytical
determinations per year.
The system and its associated repository is the        $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
INEEL Site-Wide reporting record for radioactive
wastes, transuranic and mixed waste stored or
shipped, low-level waste disposed, etc.
INWMIS serves as the Site-Wide reporting record        $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
for all types of industrial (nonradiological) waste
and effluents.
Integrated Environmental Data Management               $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
integrates site information on sampling and
analyses activities from planning sample collection
to analysis results and sample waste disposal
tracking.
The ERIS provides database management                  $1.2   $1.2   $1.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.2
system, GIS graphics, and related data
management services to the Remediation
Program.
TRIPS is an automated data collection, analysis        $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
and management system that supports container
movement and RCRA compliance.
Mission Area Systems support of financial               $0.6   $0.6   $0.6   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.6
accountability for their remediation project. This is
system support - NOT NEW SYSTEM
DEVELOPMENT.
IT costs associated with environmental                  $0.8   $0.7   $0.7   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.8
remediation of the Fernald site - Non-Financial
Applications.
Remediation of the West Valley site.                    $1.1   $1.1   $1.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.1

Technical and Scientific Operations for the Rocky       $1.3   $1.0   $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.3
Flats prime contractor.
Scientific Applications for the Rocky Flats prime       $0.7   $0.4   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.7
contractor.
Technical Applications for the Rocky Flats prime        $0.8   $0.6   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.8
contractor.
Application Management (DBA, Developers) for            $0.9   $0.7   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.9
Rocky Flats prime contractor.
This represents the cost for Contract Support staff     $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
in the Financial Area for the Rocky Flats Project
Office.
OA document management system.                          $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
OA Public Domain Information dessimination Web          $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
Server.
Funds accountability system.                            $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0

Document Control Center reporting tracking              $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
system.
Hardware and software support for a cyber               $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
security oversight program of continuous
inspections and no-notice reviews of Department
of Energy computer sytems.
The Radiological Control Information Management         $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.3
System is a database for integrating most of the
Radiological Control records and allows on-line
access to radiation workers current dose record.

Initiative will allow for electronic receipt,           $3.3   $3.3   $4.0   $2.0   $2.0   $2.0   $1.3
processing, sharing, and archiving of clearance-
related data, an electronic signature capability,
and would integrate personnel security data and
clearance information with other Departmental
systems.
Develop advanced displays and controls to               $1.2   $1.0   $1.0   $1.2   $1.0   $1.0   $0.0
improve the functionality and robustness of DOE
systems that monitor security equipment. This
project will harden system software against attack
and integrate new intrusion detection and
response equipment.
Database which tracks facility approval, contracts,     $0.9   $1.0   $1.0   $0.2   $0.3   $0.3   $0.8
findings, ratings, and corrective action information
to meet requirements established by DOE Order
470.1, "Safeguards and Security Program".

Develop a software tool that permits users to more      $1.5   $1.5   $1.5   $1.5   $1.5   $1.5   $0.0
accurately and more realistically model DOE
security systems, and analyze them for
vulnerabilities.
Provides for the electronic submission and              $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.4
analysis of security incidents for all DOE and
NNSA elements. This program replaces the
current paper-based incident reporting processes
and allow for more efficient notification of security
incidents.
This will manage the development, revision,              $0.0   $0.3   $0.2   $0.0   $0.3   $0.1   $0.0
collaboration, and production of classification
guidance. Packages will be utilized and integrated
with the authoring & publishing tools as well as
Topic Maps, an XML-based information
management technology.
The ADEPT Conflict Simulator provides a first            $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
person 3-D immersive environment that presents
users with the chance to see real world reactions
to dynamic situations during conflict. This view
can be replayed for training, analysis, and
presentation.
This tool will enable pro-force to train in the actual   $0.4   $0.3   $0.3   $0.4   $0.3   $0.3   $0.0
facilities they are required to protect. Special
goggles will enable the responder to see
everything around him that is real, and introduce
virtual adversaries that move and shoot back.
ATTS tracks the training and certification of those      $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
designated as classifiers, declassifiers, and
Unclassified Controlled Nuclear Information
Reviewing Officials under the Information
Classification and Control Policy Authority
Certification Program.
Planning for a system based on a universal,              $0.0   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0
extensible XML metadata standard of federal
government classified documents. It would assign
a unique identifier to all new documents.
Reviewers can identify if a document has been
reviewed and the outcome.
Web-based stand-alone Mailroom Tracking                  $0.0   $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
System to replace the mailroom segments of the
current system. Provides essential logging,
tracking, receipt generation, and report for the
mailing of classified documents required for the
statutory review process.
System to track historical records review activity       $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
required by EO 12958. Collects information about
reviews and their results, and generates reports.
This system provides key information for
managing the EO review process.
This system contains a collection of field and           $0.0   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0
Headquarters classification guides. These guides
are indexed using dtSearch, which supports full
text searching. This system is classified as SRD
and contains Sigma 15 data.
Provides the document declassification division          $0.3   $0.3   $0.4   $0.3   $0.2   $0.3   $0.0
with tools to track the review and disposition of
document review requests. The system improves
quality by reducing/eliminating clerical errors in
redaction, and provides a permanent record of all
reviews.
Tracks the status of clearances being done by the        $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
FBI.
This will scan file room documents for electronic        $0.0   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0
storage and retrieval. It provides reviewers with a
searchable database of those previously reviewed
and redacted, and will reduce/eliminate the
problem of the same document being redacted
differently.
Portable standalone system containing all                $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
electronic references to be used by document
reviewers in the event of implementation of
COG/COOP; the system will allow continued
operational support of the Senior Management at
remote locations.
This system provides guidance authors with tools         $0.0   $0.2   $0.3   $0.0   $0.2   $0.1   $0.0
to write and publish classification guides in XML
format. The system also tracks the distribution
and holders of the classification guides.
GTN-BADGE and FRSTL are two identical                    $1.5   $1.5   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.5
systems that provide the Germantown and
Forrestal facilities with security badging capability.
SO Mail Dispatch and Classified Receipts System          $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
for the Information Management System

SO Measurement Control and Calibration Module.           $0.0   $0.0   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0

SO Media Inventory Tracking System                       $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
Provides for the electronic scanning of microfilm        $0.0   $0.4   $0.2   $0.0   $0.3   $0.2   $0.0
and application of word search engines and
language algorithms to reduce those requiring
detailed examination; it will reduce costs and the
chance of inadvertent release of nuclear weapon
information.
Analyzing current and new products to determine          $0.0   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0
if meeting goals and objectives; evaluating
infrastructure/processes to remain compatible with
DOE environment; and assessing emerging
DOE/government legal and regulatory changes
impacting IT environment.
There are model resolution gaps between the two          $0.4   $0.4   $0.6   $0.4   $0.4   $0.6   $0.0
models used to analyze security systems. One set
uses simple timeline models to find "worst-case"
scenarios, while the other uses manpower-
intensive combat simulations to look at response
effectiveness.
Tracks the status of security clearance requests         $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
made to OPM.
Provides public Internet access to a database of         $0.0   $0.1   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
bibiliographic records on online declassified
documents made publicly available by DOE. This
system provides a cost-saving alternative to the
FOIA system for location and access to many
DOE documents.
System to track Historical Records Audit Process         $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
(HRAP) at NARA. Collects information about
reviews required under PL 105-261 and their
results, and generates management reports.
System to track patents withheld for classification.     $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
Provides information that reduces the skill
reviewer resources needed to preform required
monthly classified patent reviews.
Tracks internal clearance process and status;            $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
tracks the status of Sensitive Compartmental
Information Clearances non-signature items; and
tracks the status of security evaluation case
folders assigned to analysts for processing.
Automate the current scanning process to more            $0.0   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
efficiently and accurately input image, text, and
metadata for the electronic policy resource. It will
allow Information Classification and Control Policy
staff access from their workstations.
Office of Security internal Portal used to keep a         $0.4   $1.1   $1.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.4
physically dispersed workforce electronically
connected. Providing workflow, collaboration, and
web based access to data. Improve efficiency of
daily operations with increased access to
information.
Develop modules to the Technology and Systems             $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
Development Project Tracking System, Adhoc
Report Database, and User Needs Database,
which monitor safeguards/security deficiencies,
project activities/deliverables, financial
information, technology transfer.
This system would provide in searchable and               $0.0   $0.0   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
reviewer updatable form historical knowledge
needed to make accurate classification decisions
efficiently while protecting national security.
Electronic scanning of documents and the                  $0.0   $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.3   $0.0   $0.0
application of word search engines and language
algorithms to screen documents that require a
detailed, quality checked examination, reducing
the chance of inadvertent release of nuclear
weapon information.
System provides a a full text searchable electronic       $0.0   $0.0   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
library of key knowledge documents created by
senior reviewers. This provides all reviewers with
past decisions, resulting in faster, more complete
determinations for those less experienced.

Consolidates and integrates all reviewer                  $0.0   $0.2   $0.2   $0.0   $0.2   $0.1   $0.0
tools/resources on the classified LAN. This will
facilitate training and reference to tools/resources
used by the reviewer community; it will provide
seamless access to all tools while in the current
document.
A stand-alone version of the EDRS that will               $0.0   $0.0   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1   $0.0
support Top Secret Processing. It provides the
reviewers/SRP with the capability of storing larger
quantities of TS material while maintaining greater
security and aids in processing electronic TS
records.
Enable the tracking of all participants in a force-on-    $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
force exercise in order to permit post-event
assessments of tactics and responses for
individual team members.
Support software design, systems integration,             $0.2   $0.2   $0.0   $0.2   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0
operation and deployment of the DOE Value
Added Model cost/benefit analysis tool.
Develop an integrated system for the assessment           $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.0
of DOE vulnerability analyses through the use of
computer based vulnerability analysis and risk
assessment tools and evaluation systems.
Moved to IM Portfolio. Develop, maintain, and             $1.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.3
conduct Information Systems Security (ISS)
forensics activities. This capability will focus in the
areas of unauthorized disclosures of classified
information and unauthorized penetrations of
information systems.
Formerly, SO Cyber Forensics Lab. Develop,                $0.0   $1.3   $1.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
maintain, and conduct Information Systems
Security forensics activites. Will focus in the ares
of unauthorized disclosures of classified
information and unauthorized penetrations of
information systems.
The system supports physical security at the HQ         $0.0   $0.0   $4.6   $0.0   $0.0   $3.1   $0.0
Forestall, Germantown and L'Enfant Plaza via
intrusion detection and assesment systems,
protective force personnel, access controls,
barriers, communications etc.
Develop a comprehensive encyclopedia of                 $0.1   $0.1   $0.2   $0.1   $0.1   $0.2   $0.0
relevant weapons topical information (Nuclear
Weapons Encyclopedia (NWE)) to preserve and
make accessible DOE nuclear weapons
knowledge critical to classification guidance
creation and document review.
e-FOCI provides bidders and contractors an on-          $1.0   $1.0   $0.8   $1.0   $1.0   $0.0   $0.0
line capability to submit, store, and update
information, per 48 CFR 904, 952, and 970, for
DOE analysis of foreign ownership, control, or
influence issues with potential risk to the national
security.
Manages the approval and daily tracking of foreign      $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.4
travel conducted by DOE federal employees and
contractors. It is a vital tool that provides the
ability to review and evaluate utilization of foreign
travel support against program mission
requirements.
DOE national electronic tracking system that            $1.2   $1.2   $1.2   $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.8
facilitates the appropriate reviews and records
approvals of visits and assignments by foreign
nationals, and provides a historical database of
biographical and visit information for the DOE
complex.
Supports mission specific Legacy Management             $0.2   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
small and other applications like ECAS. Activities
include but are not limited to application version
control and system engineering for mandated
changes in mission information and decision
support requirements.
Formerly known as, EA Energy Infrastructure             $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
Training, Analysis, and Operations Center (019-10-
01-34-01-1011-00-111-034). EA and TD merged
per mandated guidance.
Formerly known as, EA-National SCADA Test Bed           $0.0   $0.5   $0.0   $0.0   $0.5   $0.0   $0.0
(019-10-01-34-02-2000-00-111-034). EA has
merged with TD. IT costs associated with testing,
evaluation, research, development and
deployment related to SCADA security.
Prior to FY 2003, this investment included              $2.3   $2.0   $1.6   $0.7   $0.0   $0.0   $1.6
separate EE Sector Financial Systems: OITIS,
OPTIS, BRUTIS, I-Explorer. From FY 2003 on,
these individual systems will be phased out and
incorporated into an EERE Corporate
Management and Planning System.
Support for a project management system                 $0.3   $0.7   $1.0   $0.3   $0.7   $1.0   $0.0
targeted to potentially migrate to DOE corporate
solution.
Hardware, software and labor for numerical              $0.8   $0.3   $1.2   $0.8   $0.1   $1.0   $0.0
simulation and modeling capabilities for NREL's
scientists as a fundamental tool for the Lab's
scientific research.
Hardware, software and labor for data analysis          $0.1   $0.1   $0.4   $0.1   $0.1   $0.3   $0.0
and visualization for NREL's scientific and
engineering staff to gain insight into the results of
simulations necessary for the scientific discovery
process.
Web-based survey data collection system that            $0.3   $0.3   $0.2   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.1
allows EIA survey respondents to securely enter
their data on web forms and securely transmit that
data to EIA.
Provides web design, development and ES&H               $0.8   $0.6   $0.6   $0.4   $0.1   $0.1   $0.4
Portal single-point access to environment, safety,
and health nformation
Provide single source access to RWMC buried             $0.4   $0.4   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.4
waste information. Provide verification, validation,
and configuration management of RWMC buried
waste information to assure high level of
confidence in accuracy and consistency of data.
Provides support for SPRO small mission specific        $1.4   $1.2   $1.0   $0.5   $0.2   $0.2   $1.0
applications and other mission-related information
management projects.
SPRO Electronic Document Management                     $0.9   $0.7   $0.4   $0.4   $0.0   $0.0   $0.6
provides SPR with a centralized location for
storing all documents and drawings pertinent to
the efficient operation of SPRPMO mission
activities.
This investment provides SPRPMO Mission                 $1.0   $1.1   $1.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.0
Information Systems development,
maintenenance, and configuration management
including new release training, data
administration, and coordination between
functional elements.
This investment includes costs associated with          $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
supporting the SPRPMO Community use of
information resources including computer
modeling enhancements and Gartner Group
reference activities in support of the SPRO
mission processes.
This investment provides FE HQ mission system           $0.1   $0.3   $0.5   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
support including user support for FE Program
managers of the NETL FRED, TORIS, and
PROMIS systems, SPRPMO mission systems,
and other small FE intranet and internet
applications.
Small and other mission specific applications for       $1.2   $1.2   $1.3   $0.2   $0.3   $0.3   $1.0
the support of NETL Program activities
Provides software engineering services to support       $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.3
mission specific applications. Activities include but
are not limited to: testing of new mission software
releases before deployment, application capacity
testing, and integrated change control
management.
Mission Specific Application support for NETL's         $0.8   $0.8   $0.8   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.8
ES&H Management programs including but not
limited to application version control and
application engineering for mandated changes in
mission information management and program
decision support requirements.
Activities and operations in support of NETL's          $1.8   $2.0   $2.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.8
multi-program, mission specific information
management including: website content
management, information archival, dissemination,
and retrieval; records management, library, and
duplication services.
Provides software engineering services to support       $1.2   $1.1   $1.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.2
mission specific applications. Activities include but
are not limited to: testing new software releases
before deployment, application capacity testing,
and integrated change control management.

Provides direct mission application deskside            $0.9   $0.8   $0.8   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.9
support to SPRO users. Activities include but are
not limited to: training on mission applications and
assistance on set-up, use and maintenance of
integrated IS capabilities.
Provides IS application support for control and         $0.7   $0.7   $0.7   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.7
status of SPR valves, instruments, pumps, and
other operational equipment during SPRO Oil
Reserve field test activites.
Multi-organization Program management function          $1.7   $1.7   $1.7   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.7
support; specific applications include but are not
limited to: PROMIS, FRED, and TORIS.
Management of North East Home Heating Oil               $0.5   $0.6   $0.6   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.5
Application Architecture for Heating Oil Reserve
(NEHHOR)Models, databases & client server
systems for Oil Sales Auction System, Situation
Watch System, Contracting Award System, and
other small applications.
FE Navel Petroleum Reserves in Casper,                  $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.3
Wyoming, IT Investment management specific to
the program mission at NPR. Activities include
software/hardware upgrades, license renewal,
training costs, and outside consulting services.
FE Navel Petroleum Reserves in California IT            $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
Investment management specific to the program
mission at NPR. Activities include
software/hardware upgrades, license renewal,
training costs, and outside consulting services.
Provides administrative support to the CIO              $0.2   $0.3   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
Council for monthly meetings.
Self-assessments, performance measures,                 $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
audits,etc.
IT activities that involve IT strategic planning,       $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
tactical planning and budgeting (preparation and
tracking)
IT activities that involve issuing requests for         $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
proposals, acquiring bids, procuring hardware and
software, evaluating new technologies and IT
property control.
IT activities that involve organizing and managing      $0.2   $0.3   $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.3
overall IT functions (contractor oversight, license
tracking, records management, development and
enforcement of IT policies and procedures, etc.).

Link scientists, engineers and staff directly to        $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
vendor sites to access Library's subscriptions for
codes, regulations, journal articles, bibliographic
databases, technical books, specifications and
standards, technical reports, and newsletter
articles.
Timecard system developed and maintained to             $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
meet DOE-ID, DOE-SR and DOE-NETL specific
needs. This system will be terminated during
FY03 based on the DOE-wide use of AATAPS
being implemented.
ICMS provides chemical information to ensure           $0.4   $0.4   $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.4
work is performed in a safe and compliant manner
within an approved technical basis. It supports
such key contract requirements as ISMS and ISO
14001; ES & H, and Quality Assurance; and
Conduct of Operations.
The DCS is responsible for most of the Advanced        $0.2   $1.4   $1.7   $0.1   $1.3   $1.7   $0.1
Test Reactor (ATR) process control. It is a critical
system for continued operation of ATR. If the
process DCS becomes inoperable, ATR will
shutdown until replacements can be obtained.
The Surveillance And Test System tests the             $0.0   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
Advanced Test Reactor (ATR) Plant Protective
System for operability, setpoint accuracy, and
subsystem calibration.
The Human Resource System is the human                 $0.7   $0.7   $0.7   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.7
resource management processing application.
The system integrates payroll, personnel/salary
administration, benefits administration and
accounting.
A laboratory for Human System Simulation has           $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
been implemented that will support the
development and evaluation of control systems
and displays for complex systems.
The INEEL Lessons Learned program gathers              $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
lessons learned from the INEEL and throughout
the DOE Complex, refines and categorizes them,
and then redistributes them by a number of
electronic means.
Technical Library Document System includes             $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
cataloging, circulation, routing, and purchasing.
Provides access to current and historical research
and operations information through catalog of hard
copy and online books, journals, technical reports,
etc.
Issue Communication and Resolution                     $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
Environment System is a state-of-the-art
deficiency and concern management system. It
combines the technologies of electronic work
processes, database management, and electronic
mail.
PassPort commercial-off-the-shelf enterprise           $0.9   $1.1   $0.8   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.9
system provides supply chain and work
management functionality. Purchase Card
integrates company's procurement and accounting
for acquisition of lower-value goods & services.

Project Controls System establishes scope, cost,       $0.8   $0.9   $0.9   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.8
schedule baselines for direct funded work at
INEEL. Project Management Toolbox provides
PMs tools to implement performance
measurement baseline and provide defensible
earned value reporting.
Support of 3100 CM data Validation over 3.5            $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
terabytes of RTR data created and reviewed. This
server is the host for all of this data and provides
access to the validation and certification personnel
to define shippable inventory to WIPP. No longer
funded
The Security Information Management System is          $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
used to control access to INEEL facilities and
property as part of the protection measures for
nuclear material and classified information.
Support work control processes for ATR.                 $0.1    $0.0    $0.1    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.1
Calibration tracking, predicitve maintenance, and
preventive maintenance support.
The TRA Warm Waste Treatment Facility                   $0.0    $0.1    $0.0    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.0
computer system acquires data from
instrumentation located in the INEEL Test Reactor
Area building 605 and provides system status and
control information to facility operators.
Comprehensive fleet management tool which               $0.3    $0.3    $0.3    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.3
maintains repairs and usage including parts,
materials, labor, scheduling, dispatching and fees
associated with motor pool and permanently
assigned vehicles. Bus operations data is also
collected.
The Security Alarm Control System is needed to          $1.0    $1.1    $1.1    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $1.1
protect special nuclear material and classified
information. The system is used to monitor all
security alarms and serves as the Access Control
System for INTEC, TRA, and TAN.
S&E Applications Support provides a software            $1.0    $1.0    $1.0    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $1.0
computing environment whose primary purpose is
to provide scientists, engineers, and supporting
personnel with a core set of resources that will
allow them to meet their customer commitments.
The Electronic Document Management System               $1.0    $1.0    $1.1    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $1.0
provides the mechanism by which INEEL
Document and Records Management Personnel
manage, track and distribute controlled
documents, drawings, and records.
TRAIN provides an electronic record of each             $0.1    $0.1    $0.1    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.1
INEEL employees training activities and projected
training needs. It is accessible sitewide to all
employees via the intranet.
The ATR Digital Monitoring System monitors and          $0.1    $0.1    $0.0    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.1
provides radiation alarm information to ATR
personnel. 26 field Digital Control Modules locally
monitor alarm ambient radiation and
contamination levels from RAM and CAM
detectors.
This system provides an integrated view of              $0.6    $0.6    $0.6    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.6
disparate financial data accessible to the financial
systems end-users. Access is provided through
standard reports and delivered by a web interface.

The Software Classification and Export Control          $0.1    $0.1    $0.1    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.1
Office authorizes all scientific, technical, and
business technology software that is released to
customers beyond the INEEL.
Industrial Hygiene includes: Hazard Assessment          $0.1    $0.1    $0.1    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.1
Sampling System, request and evaluation form,
pre-approval inventory, material safety data
sheets, and workplace erogonomics.
The LSN is a web-based electronic discovery            $39.6   $13.6    $9.6   $39.6   $0.0   $0.0    $0.0
system required to meet the requirements in
10CFR2 Subpart J. The DOE portion of the LSN
was activated in June 2004. The LSN is expected
to be operational through 2010 in support of the
NRC licensing process.
Program Support to OCRWM Projects                      $12.0   $10.0   $10.0    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $12.0
Provide operational support to OCRWM National         $0.0    $0.3    $2.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0
Transportation Project mission applications.
OCRWM has prepared an overarching CAP that
addresses all costs contained herein.
Provide operational support to OCRWM Nevada           $0.0    $1.0    $2.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0
Rail Project mission applications. OCRWM has
prepared an overarching CAP that addresses all
costs contained herein.
Provide operational support to OCRWM                  $9.0    $9.0   $15.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $9.0
Repository Development Project mission
applications. OCRWM has prepared an
overarching CAP that addresses all costs
contained herein.
DOE Energy Sciences Network (ESnet) in               $18.9   $18.3   $18.3   $11.3    $9.5    $9.3    $7.6
Support of Advanced Scientific Computing
Research.
This project replaced our legacy Contractor           $5.1    $5.3    $5.5    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $5.1
Business/Administrative applications for finance
and human resources with a modern ERP COTS
suite from PeopleSoft. The initial implementation
has been completed and this project is now in
maintenance mode.
The Molecular Science Computing Facility             $12.0   $12.1   $12.2    $7.7    $4.6    $8.6    $4.4
(MSCF) is part of the William R. Wiley
Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory
(EMSL), and is dedicated to addressing Grand
Challenge computational problems in
environmental science at the molecular level.
ORNL's SAP (Systems, Applications, and                $4.0    $4.1    $4.2    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $4.0
Products in Data Processing) is the business and
human resource system including payroll, project
management, accounting, accounts Receivable,
accounts Payable, human resources, contracts,
procurement.
ORNL New Center for Computational Sciences           $14.8    $8.3    $0.0    $1.7    $3.6    $0.0   $13.1

ORNL Leadership Computing Facility                   $24.7   $56.3   $25.0   $21.1   $48.1    $0.2    $3.6
SC supports large experimental programs in high       $0.0    $0.0    $2.5    $0.0    $0.0    $2.5    $0.0
energy and nuclear physics. This IT investment is
to provide the computational infrastructure needed
to carry out research in theoretical physics in
support of these experimental programs.

DOE National Energy Research Scientific              $32.9   $37.9   $37.9    $8.8   $16.9   $16.4   $24.1
Computing (NERSC) in Support of Advanced
Scientific High Performance Computing.
Maintain and upgrade mission-specific business        $0.0    $0.8    $2.0    $0.0    $0.8    $0.0    $0.0
application capabilities as required by SC
Headquarters program offices to support activities
detailed in the SC business model.
Development of administrative systems to suooprt      $0.6    $0.1    $0.1    $0.6    $0.1    $0.1    $0.0
operation of PPPL.
Hardware, system software, licenses and               $0.9    $0.9    $0.9    $0.1    $0.1    $0.1    $0.8
maintenance costs for the PPPL's administrative
and business computing and CADD systems.
Supports the systems used by the Payroll Dept.        $0.2    $0.2    $0.2    $0.2    $0.2    $0.2    $0.0
This project provides user reports, consultation
and training, and supports interfaces to Human
Resources, General ledger, Labor Distribution,
State and Federal Tax agencies, and Direct
Deposit.
The operational and development computer             $1.1   $1.1   $1.1   $1.1   $1.1   $1.1   $0.0
systems used to control SLAC high-energy
physics accelerators
Supports the various systems used by the             $0.5   $0.4   $0.5   $0.5   $0.4   $0.5   $0.0
Accounting Department by providing custom
systems, user reports, user consultation and
training, and PeopleSoft customizations, and
troubleshooting application problems.
Supports the Accounts Payable system written in      $0.2   $0.1   $0.1   $0.2   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0
PeopleSoft, SQL, and SQR by providing user
reports, user consultation and training, and
troubleshooting application problems. Supports
interfaces to Purchasing, Receiving, and General
Ledger systems.
Supports the accounts receivable system written      $0.2   $0.1   $0.1   $0.2   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0
in PeopleSoft, SQL, and SQR by providing user
reports, user consultation, training, and
troubleshooting application problems. Support
interfaces to DOE MARS and General Ledger
System.
File servers and disk space dedicated to the         $0.7   $0.7   $0.8   $0.7   $0.7   $0.8   $0.0
import and export of BaBar data, principally to
Europe.
Staff, desktop computing and local networking        $0.6   $0.7   $0.7   $0.6   $0.7   $0.7   $0.0
supporting desktop computing for the BaBar
experiment.
Database servers and processors used by the          $1.0   $0.8   $1.0   $1.0   $0.8   $1.0   $0.0
BaBar experiment to host and to analyze the
dataset known as the Event Summary Data or
Mini.
Processors used to provide interactive service for   $0.4   $0.5   $0.5   $0.4   $0.5   $0.5   $0.0
development, compilation and linking of BaBar
reconstruction and analysis code.
File servers servers and disk space dedicated to     $0.5   $0.0   $0.0   $0.5   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
the import and export of BaBar data principally to
Europe.
Database servers and processors used by the          $1.2   $1.1   $1.2   $1.2   $1.1   $1.2   $0.0
BaBar experiment to host and to analyze the
dataset known as the Objectivity Micro.
Database servers and processors used to perform      $0.5   $0.3   $0.3   $0.5   $0.3   $0.3   $0.0
near-real-time reconstruction of newly acquired
BaBar data and created database files for
analysis.
Database servers and processors used by the          $0.4   $0.4   $0.5   $0.4   $0.4   $0.5   $0.0
BaBar experiment to host and to analyze
temporarily disk-resident copies of raw data and
detailed reconstruction output.
Database servers and processors used to perform      $0.8   $0.9   $0.9   $0.8   $0.9   $0.9   $0.0
annual re-reconstruction of the full BaBar data
sample to take advantage of improved calibrations
and recostruction algortithms.
Processors and database servers used to              $1.6   $1.9   $1.7   $1.6   $1.9   $1.7   $0.0
simulate BaBar events for comparison with real
data.
Database servers and processors used by the          $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.0
BaBar experiment to host and to analyze
specialized datasets used by analysis groups and
individual physicists.
Processors and database servers used to test and     $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.0
improve the scalability of BaBar systems as the
data-rate increases.
Provides managers with access to financial data       $0.3   $0.2   $0.2   $0.3   $0.2   $0.2   $0.0
consolidated from various databases at SLAC.
This system's primary focus is to support SLAC
management financial-related operational
decisions.
Supports web programs that generate Business          $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.2   $0.0
and Administrative reports for SLAC managers
and Systems.
Specialized computer systems and support for          $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.0
accelerator research.
Supports the systems used by the Human                $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.0
Resources Dept. by providing user reports, user
consultation and training, troubleshooting and
supports interfaces to Payroll,DOE,Stanford
University, and Benefits Vendor.
Supports the PeopleSoft Inventory system by           $0.2   $0.1   $0.2   $0.2   $0.1   $0.2   $0.0
providing user reports, user consultation and
training, and PeopleSoft customizations, and
troubleshooting application problems. Supports
interfaces to Purchasing and General Ledger
systems.
Provides database and administrative support to       $0.6   $0.6   $0.6   $0.6   $0.6   $0.6   $0.0
Oracle and Peoplesoft software. Supports
PeopleSoft servers, performs Oracle and
PeopleSoft system upgrades, and system-level
troubleshooting.
Supports the systems used by the Property             $0.2   $0.1   $0.1   $0.2   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0
Control Dept. This project provides user reports,
user consultation and training, troubleshooting,
and supports interfaces to Account systems and
DOE MARS.
Specialized CAD systems used in accelerator           $0.8   $0.9   $0.9   $0.8   $0.9   $0.9   $0.0
component design.
Indirect IT costs for business services for human     $0.6   $0.6   $0.6   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.6
resources management system to support FNAL
mission.
Indirect IT costs for business services for other     $0.6   $0.6   $0.6   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.6
business support systems to support FNAL
mission.
Indirect IT costs for business services for support   $0.8   $0.8   $0.8   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.8
to business financials systems to support FNAL
mission.
Indirect IT costs for business services for support   $0.6   $0.6   $0.6   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.6
to business financials systems to support FNAL
mission.
Indirect IT costs for business services for support   $1.9   $1.9   $1.9   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.9
to business and administrative desktops and
networking to support FNAL mission.
Direct IT costs for Computing to support the FNAL     $1.4   $1.6   $1.5   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.4
CDF Run2 Analysis CPU scientific mission.
Direct IT costs for Computing to support the FNAL     $0.6   $0.6   $0.6   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.6
CDF Run2 I/O Systems scientific mission.
Direct IT costs for Computing to support the FNAL     $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.4
CDF Run 2 Networking mission.
Direct IT costs for Computing to support the FNAL     $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.3
CDF Run2 Production Systems scientific mission.

Direct IT costs for computing to support FNAL         $1.1   $1.2   $1.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.1
central systems to support the FNAL scientific
mission.
Direct IT cost for computing to support the FNAL      $0.6   $0.6   $0.6   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.6
cyber security program to support the FNAL
scientific mission.
Direct IT costs for Computing to support the FNAL        $1.6   $1.4   $1.4   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.6
D0 Run2 Analysis scientific mission.
Direct IT costs for Computing to support the FNAL        $0.6   $0.6   $0.6   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.6
D0 Run2 I/O Systems scientific mission.
Direct IT costs for Computing to support the FNAL        $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.4
D0 Run2 Networking System scientific mission.

Direct IT costs for Computing to support the FNAL        $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
D0 Run2 Production Systems scientific mission.

Supplies resources required to store and serve           $0.8   $1.3   $1.8   $0.3   $0.4   $0.6   $0.5
data, perform production processing and
simulation, and support physics analysis by US
participants in the ATLAS experiment at the Large
Hadron Collider at CERN.
Indirect IT Costs for Facilities Engineering             $0.2   $0.3   $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
Services to support FNAL mission.
Direct IT costs for mass storage to support the          $0.9   $0.9   $0.9   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.9
FNAL scientific mission.
Direct IT costs for the operational and                  $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.4
development computer systems used to control
FERMI Lab High Energy Physics Accelerators.
Direct IT cost for computing to support FNAL             $0.5   $0.6   $0.6   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.5
Networks planning and new installations to
support the FNAL scientific mission.
Direct IT costs for computing operations support         $1.5   $1.5   $1.6   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.5
of scientific computing environments to support
the FNAL scientific mission.
Direct IT costs for computing to support the FNAL        $1.6   $1.6   $1.7   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.6
scientific mission for other experiments.
Direct funded IT costs to support FNAL/Particle          $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
Physics mission.
Direct IT computing costs to support SciDAC              $1.0   $1.0   $1.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.0
(Scientific Discovery through Advanced
Computing) to support the FNAL scientific
mission.
Direct funded IT costs to support FNAL Technical         $0.6   $0.5   $0.5   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.6
Division mission.
Infrastructure for the control system including          $1.1   $1.2   $1.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.2
hardware and software, procurements and labor
for system administration, network, development
and operations console computers, all
maintenance contracts, servers, security and
database.
Hardware and software, labor and procurements            $1.5   $1.5   $1.5   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.5
for control of accelerator devices.
Software, labor and procurements for control             $1.2   $1.2   $1.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.2
system console applictions and beam based
applications.
Data acquisition systems and development,                $1.6   $1.6   $1.7   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.6
experiment support and general computing
purchased by the experimental groups. Also
includes CAD for the experiments.
All the centrally provided facilities for experimental   $1.7   $1.8   $1.7   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.7
data analysis, and includes the mass storage
systems (STK silos and high speed tape, disk
cache systems), compute farm, interactive
analysis services, and all associated software.
The compute clusters, software development, and          $1.1   $1.2   $1.2   $1.1   $1.2   $1.2   $0.0
system support for the Lattice QCD computing
R&D program.
Systems, software, applications, development and      $1.2   $1.2   $1.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.2
support for the Human Resources, Medical
services, and Training organizations. These
systems are based on both Oracle and Ingres
database applications.
Management of the lab-wide cyber security             $1.0   $1.0   $1.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.0
program and implementation, including network
and host based intrusion detection, documentation
and policies, reporting functions, user support for
security issues, user training and awareness.

To develop, maintain, enhance, provide user           $0.5   $0.5   $0.5   $0.5   $0.5   $0.5   $0.0
support and oversee the operation of LBNL's
accounting systems
To develop, maintain, enhance, provide user           $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.0
support and oversee the operation of LBNL's
budget systems.
To develop, maintain, enhance, provide user           $0.5   $0.5   $0.5   $0.5   $0.5   $0.5   $0.0
support and oversee the operation of LBNL's
EH&S systems.
To develop, maintain, enhance, provide user           $0.7   $0.7   $0.7   $0.7   $0.7   $0.7   $0.0
support and oversee the operation of LBNL's
facilities systems.
To develop, maintain, enhance, provide user           $0.5   $0.5   $0.5   $0.5   $0.5   $0.5   $0.0
support and oversee the operation of LBNL's
financial management systems.
To develop, maintain, enhance, provide user           $1.2   $1.2   $1.2   $1.2   $1.2   $1.2   $0.0
support and oversee the operation of LBNL's HR
Information.
To develop, maintain, enhance, troubleshoot and       $0.5   $0.5   $0.5   $0.5   $0.5   $0.5   $0.0
oversee the operation of LBNL's procurement
systems.
Provide hardware, software, and user support to       $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.0
users funded by the Office of Advanced Scientific
Computer Research.
Provide hardware, software, and user support to       $1.6   $1.6   $1.6   $1.6   $1.6   $1.6   $0.0
users funded by the Office of Biological and
Environmental Research.
Provide hardware, software, and user support to       $1.0   $1.0   $1.0   $1.0   $1.0   $1.0   $0.0
users funded by the Office of Basic Energy
Sciences.
Provide hardware, software, and user support to       $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0
users funded by the Office of Fusion Energy
Sciences.
Provide hardware, software, and user support to       $1.9   $1.9   $1.9   $1.9   $1.9   $1.9   $0.0
users funded by the Office of High Energy
Physics.
Provide hardware, software, and user support to       $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.0
users funded by the Office of Nuclear Physics.
To develop, maintain, enhance, provide user           $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.0
support and oversee the operation of LBNL's
travel systems.
Provide high performance computing resources to       $1.3   $1.3   $1.3   $0.7   $0.7   $0.7   $0.7
users funded by the Office of Biological and
Environmental Research.
Operation and maintenance for the Program             $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
Management Tracking System (PMTS), the
Corporate Information Center (CIC), and the
Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) systems.
Systems and databases that track and report           $1.5   $1.6   $1.6   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $1.4
environmental, safety, health & quality related
information.
Systems and databases that track and report          $1.0   $1.5   $1.6   $0.2   $0.7   $0.7   $0.8
facility related information.
Operation and maintenance for the compensation       $0.6   $0.3   $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.6
system, job posting system, and educational
assistance system.
Operation and maintenance of the Payroll,            $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.3
Absence, and Labor System (PALS), the
Attendance Control System, and the Absence
Inquiry System.
Operation of Acquisition, Budgeting and Portfolio    $0.9   $0.9   $1.0   $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.5
Management Systems to support operations at
PNNL.
This activity includes the costs of hardware,        $0.6   $0.6   $0.6   $0.6   $0.6   $0.6   $0.0
commercial software, and staff doing systems
administration on commercial hardware and
software in support of R&D in mathematics,
software tools, and systems software.
This activity includes hardware, commercial          $1.0   $0.9   $0.9   $0.4   $0.3   $0.2   $0.6
software, network, and systems administration
costs in support of the Atmospheric Radiation
Measurements Program that acquires data from
around the world and makes it available to the
research community.
This activity includes hardware, commercial          $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.0
software, networks, systems administration and
support costs of research on microbial ecology
and biogeochemistry of subsurface organisms
important to the remediation of contaminated
environments.
Provides ORNL with cycle replacement/improved        $0.5   $0.6   $0.6   $0.5   $0.6   $0.6   $0.0
technology gear for the facility network
infrastructure.
This activity includes hardware costs, commercial    $0.8   $0.9   $0.9   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.8
software and staff doing network and workstation
systems administration on commercial hardware
and software in support of the Environmental
Molecular Sciences Laboratory, a DOE user
facility.
The Group Visualization and User Services            $1.2   $1.2   $1.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.2
provides consulting services for the users of the
MSCF. The Scientific Archive Management (SAM)
software provides the interface for storing,
searching, and retrieving data.
Provides user support for Financial systems at       $0.2   $0.2   $0.3   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1
PNNL.
This activity provides desktop hardware, software,   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
and network resources to support PNNL
participation in the International Fusion program.

Provide General Ledger and other accounting          $0.5   $0.5   $0.5   $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.3
systems to support operations at PNNL.
Provide systems in support of Integrated Safety      $0.8   $0.9   $0.9   $0.3   $0.3   $0.4   $0.5
Manegement, worker safety, hazards analysis and
radiological monitoring a PNNL.
Provide Human Resource and Training Systems          $1.7   $1.8   $1.8   $0.7   $0.7   $0.7   $1.0
and integration with legacy systems at PNNL.
Provides software for cradle to grave tracking of    $0.9   $0.9   $0.9   $0.3   $0.4   $0.4   $0.5
projects from proposal through execution.
Provides on line services to support Office of       $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.0
Science -wide undergraduate research training
programs.
Computer hardware, software and services in          $1.5   $1.5   $1.5   $0.6   $0.6   $0.6   $0.9
direct support of PPPL's scientific programs.
Provides information resources management              $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0
strategic planning and information architecture for
PPPL.
Provides information resources management              $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
strategic planning and information architecture for
Ames Laboratory. IM policy and procedures
covering security requirements, risk assessment
and mitigation are implemented to support the
Laboratory's mission.
The Division provides engineering and physics          $1.6   $1.7   $1.7   $1.6   $1.7   $1.7   $0.0
support for the APS and pursues R&D profitable
to the science of accelerators and future light
source technologies.
This group provides the overall management             $0.5   $0.5   $0.5   $0.5   $0.5   $0.5   $0.0
administrative support for all of APS
Accelerator Control Systems is a support activity      $1.9   $2.0   $2.0   $1.9   $2.0   $2.0   $0.0
for central management of the various mechanical
and electronic control systems for all accelerator
activities for all of APS.
The Division develops novel ways of using              $1.3   $1.4   $1.4   $1.3   $1.4   $1.4   $0.0
synchrotron radiation to explore the frontiers of x-
ray physics and new scientific applications.
The Division serves the APS user community in          $1.5   $1.5   $1.5   $1.5   $1.5   $1.5   $0.0
establishing and maintaining integrated, facility-
wide operations organization which provides a
reliable and successful operation and user
technical support.
A suite of accounting applications primarily           $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.3
represented by the COTS GEAC SmartStream
Financial System GL, AP, and Pruchasing
modules, plus an in-house AR application.
The represents all the smaller systems and             $1.8   $1.7   $1.7   $0.2   $0.1   $0.1   $1.7
applications that did not fit appropriately into any
other operations IT category.
Biosciences Research Division (BIO) IT                 $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.0
expenditures are managed at the Divisional level
for research areas. Multiple B&R code sources
are typical. Excluding external sources, the
significant contributors for this entity other than
landlord KC code are: KP
Chemical Technology Research Division (CMT)IT          $0.9   $0.9   $0.9   $0.9   $0.9   $0.9   $0.0
expenditures are managed at the Divisional level
for research areas. Multiple B&R code sources
are typical. The significant contributors for this
entity other than the landlord KC code are: EE

Chemistry conducts research in a wide variety of       $0.5   $0.5   $0.5   $0.5   $0.5   $0.5   $0.0
theoretical and applied chemistry, including
radiation and photochemistry, photosynthesis,
heavy element and separation science, organic
superconductivity, etc.
Researchers in the Futures Lab explore new             $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.0
collaborative environment technologies that
combine advanced networking, virtual space
technology, and high-end immersive visualization
environments.
The Division develops innovative decision tools,       $0.2   $0.3   $0.3   $0.2   $0.3   $0.3   $0.0
models, and information systems and applies
them to the resolution of energy, environmental,
and other related problems of regional, national,
and global significance.
At the intersection of high-performance computing     $0.5   $0.5   $0.5   $0.5   $0.5   $0.5   $0.0
and networking, distributed systems research
includes study of programming libraries and
languages, application-level management of
advanced networking and security technologies,
and resource scheduling.
ECT systems represents those centralized IT           $1.1   $1.2   $1.0   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $1.1
costs of software development environments,
servers, desktop support, application access
control (authentication and authorization), etc.
DEP serves as the interface between the               $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
Department of Energy, Argonne National
Laboratory (ANL) and the academic community.
Energy Technology Research Division (ET) IT           $0.6   $0.6   $0.6   $0.6   $0.6   $0.6   $0.0
expenditures are managed at the Divisional level
for research areas.
The Division conducts applied research,               $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
assessment, and technology development in the
following areas: risk and waste management;
natural resource systems; restoration,
compliance, and pollution prevention; and
environmental policy analysis and planning.
The mission of the Division is to conduct             $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.0
multidisciplinary and long-term research that
seeks to develop and apply strategies for
estimating environmental effects of energy-related
activities.
Plant and Facilities Management systems manage        $1.1   $1.2   $1.0   $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.9
work orders, schedule maintenance activities,
maintain parts and equipment inventories, track
job progress.
Synchrotron Radiation Instrumentation (SRI) is a      $0.8   $0.8   $0.8   $0.8   $0.8   $0.8   $0.0
support activity for central management of
intrumentation (development and maintenance) for
the APS accelerator.
The human resource systems include salary             $1.8   $1.6   $1.6   $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $1.6
administration, benefits, personnel data, training,
position descriptions and a number of other
modules. It also includes a COTS, Resumix, for
processing job applicant information.
EQO systems include a number of integrated            $0.4   $0.5   $0.4   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.4
environment and safety applications including a
Worker Protection System based on a modified
COTS purchased from Canberra, and apps for
Chemical Management, Material Safety
Datasheets, and Waste Management.
The Division performs cutting-edge research on        $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0
the physics of elementary particles and develops
the instruments and accelerators needed to make
that physics accessible.
Information and publishing systems are concerned      $1.1   $1.1   $1.0   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $1.0
with managing publication libraries, document and
image management systems, and digital graphics
production.
Intense Neutron Pulse Program (PNS) and the           $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.0
Spallation Neutron Source Collaboration (SNC)
The Intense Pulsed Neutron Source (IPNS) at
Argonne National Laboratory is a national facility
for neutron scattering research.
New scalable, parallel numerical methods are          $1.4   $1.5   $1.5   $1.4   $1.5   $1.5   $0.0
essential to meet the needs of computational
scientists.
Materials Science Research Division (MSD) IT           $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.0
expenditures are managed at the Divisional level
for research areas. Multiple B&R code sources
are typical. The significant contributors for this
entity other than the landlord KC code are: NONE

A collection of applications other than accounting,    $0.6   $0.6   $0.6   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.5
budgeting, and procurement managed by the
Office of the Chief Financial Officer, e.g., effort
tracking, web reporting, signature authorizations,
travel, etc.
Physics Research Division (PHY) IT expenditures        $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.0
are managed at the Divisional level for research
areas. Multiple B&R code sources are typical.
Excluding external sources, the significant
contributors for this entity other than landlord KC
code are: KB
A collection of applications for planning,             $0.3   $0.3   $0.2   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.2
proposing, requistioning, contracting, receiving,
and tracking purchases of goods and services.
ET conducts research into fuel technologies as         $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0
well as provides support in mechanical and
structural engineering, engineering project
management, machine shops, etc.
Computational scientists exploit high-performance      $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.0
computers to perform numerical simulations of
complex physical and biological phenomena.
Essential to these simulations is advanced
networking, software, and middleware for next-
generation computers.
ES scientists and engineers tailor research            $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.0
programs for a broad base of industries, including
the oil, natural gas, railroad, automotive, textile,
electric utility, primary and secondary metals,
chemical, and pulp and paper industries.
Technology Development Division and the                $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.0
Decontamination & Decommisioning Program TD
focuses on R&D in nuclear-related technologies,
including nonproliferation, environmental
remediation, fusion power, and new initiatives in a
variety of technologies.
Operational support for database development,          $0.4   $0.4   $0.5   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.4
administrative support systems, network &
desktop support, web administration, and cyber
security activities within NSLS department.
Operational support, maintenance, and                  $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.4
development efforts related to beamline controls
and experimental systems on the NSLS
beamlines.
Operational support, maintenance, and                  $1.0   $1.1   $1.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.0
development efforts related to the controls and
diagnostic systems for the NSLS X-ray & VuV
rings, injection system, booster ring, and other
related systems.
The Records Management System is used by               $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
Laboratory organizations to inventory their
records. It includes records metadata including
information about the location, ownership, volume
and schedule for retention of Laboratory records.
The mission of the sections included in Scientific    $1.2   $1.5   $1.6   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.2
Computing Services is to support computer users
at BNL. This support consists of system
administration for machines involved in science
and engineering research, office automation and
other activities.
Functions provided by the Scientific Centers of       $1.2   $1.1   $1.6   $0.7   $0.6   $0.0   $0.6
Excellence support local departments (Physics,
Chemistry, Biology, RHIC, Atlas, etc) in the areas
of Visualization, Grid Computing, and Code
Infrastructure.
Web Application services section provides support     $0.7   $0.8   $0.8   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.7
for Web development and web infrastructure
including administration of web servers, search
engine, web accessible databases, LDAP
directory services and application development.

This project supplies the local computing             $0.5   $0.7   $0.7   $0.2   $0.2   $0.3   $0.4
infrastructure, including Local Area Network,
Network Information Service, Email, Web, file
backup service, etc. for the ATLAS, BRAHMS,
PHENIX, PHOBOS and STAR computing facilities
located at BNL.
IT planning, standards, and information               $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.1
architecture at CH.
BEFS is a funds control, distribution, and budget     $0.4   $0.5   $0.5   $0.2   $0.3   $0.2   $0.2
formulation system. Congressional accountability
and liability is placed on the Operations Office to
maintain funds, obligations, and expenditures
within appropriate levels.
Support the implementation of new modules and         $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
maintain/update current Corporate Human
Resource Information System (CHRIS) for Oak
Ridge Operations Office.
DOCS is a client server electronic document           $0.4   $0.3   $0.2   $0.2   $0.1   $0.1   $0.3
management and imaging solution that offers a
secure infrastructure to store, locate and manage
corporate information; works across a variety of
platforms, databases, protocols and network
operating systems.
Development and implementation of corporate           $0.5   $0.5   $0.5   $0.5   $0.5   $0.5   $0.0
information management systems, software
engineering, reengineering tasks, and
coordinating the implementation of commercial
applications and deployment of other DOE
applications at ORO.
Includes projects that involve strategic planning,    $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.0
tactical planning, and budgeting.
Projects that involve performing self assessments     $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0
and evaluations of the Unclassified Computer
Security Program, such as establishing a
corrective action plan resulting from an
Independent Oversight and Performance
Assessment audit/inspection.
Non-Financial Resource Planning System for            $0.7   $0.8   $0.8   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.7
ORISE.

Financial Resource Planning System for ORISE          $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
New Name, was ORISE Integrated Project
Management (IPM)
DOE direct-funded operations for cyber security       $0.3   $0.4   $0.4   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.3
assurance.
Provides information resources management                $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.4
strategic planning and information architecture for
ORISE.
Provide site licenses for software used site-wide.       $0.4   $0.4   $0.7   $0.3   $0.3   $0.5   $0.1
User support and training for all centrally provided     $0.3   $0.2   $0.1   $0.2   $0.2   $0.1   $0.1
systems and services including account and
password support. This includes desktop
workstation and printer support.
Provides information resources management                $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
strategic planning and information architecture for
OSTI.
Development of web based systems to provide              $0.2   $0.2   $0.3   $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.1
access to D&D data for OSTI.
To develop, maintain, enhance, provide user              $0.5   $0.5   $0.5   $0.5   $0.5   $0.5   $0.0
support and oversee the operation of LBNL's
business management systems.
To develop, maintain, enhance, provide user              $0.7   $0.7   $0.7   $0.7   $0.7   $0.7   $0.0
support and oversee the operation of LBNL's
information portal.
To provide customer support to the computer              $1.4   $1.5   $1.5   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.4
users at BNL. Includes Help Desk and Deskside
Support.
Responsible for providing the infrastructure needs       $0.9   $0.9   $1.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.9
(facility, clean power, fire supression, etc.) for the
scientific computing (RCF, Atlas, QCDOC, etc).

To provide data network connectivity between the         $0.8   $1.0   $1.0   $0.0   $0.2   $0.2   $0.8
Internet and scientific systems and facilities at
BNL. The Laboratory's local area network reaches
more than 80 buildings at BNL and represents an
integral means of information transfer and
collaboration.
Supplies resources to record, store and serve the        $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.2   $0.1   $0.1   $0.3
data produced by the BRAHMS experiment at the
Relativistic Hadron Collider; resources also
perform production reconstruction, data mining,
and support individual analyses of the data by
BRAHMS physicists.
Supplies the resources to record, store and serve        $1.7   $1.6   $1.6   $0.6   $0.6   $0.5   $1.1
the data produced by the PHENIX experiment at
the Relativistic Hadron Collider and also performs
production reconstruction and data mining, and
support individual analyses of the data by PHENIX
physicists.
Supplies the resources to record, store and serve        $0.9   $0.8   $0.8   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.6
the data produced by the PHOBOS experiment at
the Relativistic Hadron Collider; also performs
production reconstruction and data mining, and
support individual analyses of the data by
PHOBOS physicists.
Includes a number of small systems in records            $0.7   $0.7   $0.8   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.4
management, scientific and technical information,
property control and university programs.
Supplies the resources to record, store and serve        $1.7   $1.6   $1.6   $0.6   $0.6   $0.5   $1.1
the data produced by the STAR experiment at the
Relativistic Hadron Collider; also performs
production reconstruction and data mining, and
support individual analyses of the data by STAR
physicists.
This project provides recommended nuclear                $0.5   $0.2   $0.3   $0.4   $0.1   $0.1   $0.2
physics data for both scientific research and
applied nuclear technologies.
Provides maintenance and development of                 $1.7   $1.6   $1.7   $1.0   $1.0   $1.0   $0.7
embedded device interface hardware and real-
time software that is incorporated in RHIC
accelerator equipment (e.g. power supplies,
instrumentation, radio frequency, etc.)
IT strategic planning is done formally on an annual     $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
basis as well as throughout the year. The costs
associated with formal planning activities show
here. This is led by the Laboratorys CIO with
senior management from programmatic and
operations areas.
For high-performance computers for numerical            $1.8   $1.9   $1.9   $1.8   $1.9   $1.9   $0.0
simulations of complex physical and biological
phenomena; model accelerators and storage
rings; run computational quantum mechanics
codes; and simulate new accelerator designs.
Systems to support badging, visitors, clearances,       $0.7   $0.8   $0.8   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.4
keys, inventory, and physical security systems.
This platform is dedicated to the development and       $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.1
application of computational tools to provide an
understanding of fundamental molecular
processes in condensed phase environments.
Systems to support facilities, planning,                $0.6   $0.7   $0.7   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.4
development, implementation, and maintenance.
Provides support to the facility networks and PC        $0.9   $0.9   $1.0   $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.5
support.
Provides the maintenance, support, and                  $1.5   $1.5   $1.6   $0.8   $0.8   $0.9   $0.7
development of supervisory control hardware and
software for the console-level operation of RHIC
accelerators and beam transport lines.
Develops, adapts, deploys, and operates the             $0.7   $0.9   $1.5   $0.4   $0.5   $0.7   $0.3
middleware tools, services and servers to couple
the ATLAS, BRAHMS, PHENIX, PHOBOS, and
STAR computing facilities at BNL into the
International Grid of High Energy and Nuclear
Physics computing resources.
Provides scientific HW/SW, and security for             $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.4
various Chemistry programs including:Solar
Neutrino Research, Thermal, Photo-and Radiation-
Induced Reactions in Condensed Media, Gas-
Phase Molecular Dynamics, High-Field Magnetic
Resonance Imaging, etc.
Provides webserver maintenance and updates for          $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
various Chemistry programs including:Solar
Neutrino Research, Thermal, Photo-and Radiation-
Induced Reactions in Condensed Media, Gas-
Phase Molecular Dynamics, High-Field Magnetic
Resonance Imaging, etc
This category includes costs for hardware,              $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0
commercial software and networking to support
systems modeling and simulation of under the
materials science and engineering R & D
program.
Computing resources that provide high-                  $0.0   $1.0   $1.0   $0.0   $1.0   $1.0   $0.0
performance computing resources to all CCPP
projects, which support the President's Climate
Change Research Initiative (CCRI)
Direct computing support for scientific activities at   $1.1   $1.5   $0.8   $0.2   $0.6   $0.3   $0.9
Ames laboratory covering life cycle management,
system authentication and access control, risk
management, and strong password management.
Supports the PeopleSoft Procurement System by        $0.3   $0.2   $0.2   $0.3   $0.2   $0.3   $0.0
providing user reports, user consultation and
training, and PeopleSoft customizations, and
troubleshooting application problems. Supports
the interfaces to Receiving and Accounts Payable
systems.
These are the one-time computing and networking      $0.0   $1.0   $0.6   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
costs for expanding the primarily scientific
functions of the Computer Center into the new
addition on the central office building.
This project identifies sources and acquires         $1.5   $1.5   $1.5   $0.7   $0.8   $0.8   $0.8
climate and weather-related data, called "external
data", to augment the data being generated within
the Atmospheric Radiation Measurement
Program.
This program includes Lab-wide protection of         $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
classified and sensitive unclassified information
that is being generated, received, transmitted,
used, stored or reproduced on a computer.
The Training and Qualifications Division offers      $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.1
both traditional training courses taught by
instructors and computer based modules. This
investment description captures the cost of
developing and delivering those courses to BNL
employes.
The Energy Management Control System allows          $0.1   $0.2   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
for monitoring, trending and limiting of energy
consumption in connected buildings.The EMCS
also controls, monitors and alarms the building
environments for comfort levels from multiple
locations.
The Energy Management Control System allows          $0.7   $0.3   $0.3   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.5
for monitoring, trending and limiting of energy
consumption in connected buildings. The EMCS
also controls, monitors and alarms the building
environments for comfort levels from multiple
locations.
This project acquires, adapts, deploys & operates    $0.4   $0.9   $1.5   $0.3   $0.5   $0.8   $0.2
fully Grid integrated storage resources in support
of HENP program. This project is small compared
to previous ones, direct Grid accessible storage
will become a major fraction of deployed storage.
Maintenance and operation of the resources to        $0.2   $0.3   $0.3   $0.0   $0.1   $0.1   $0.2
design complex and intricate custom monolithic
IC's and PC boards for various BNL programs and
technology transfer with industries. These
systems are continually updated to meet the
demands.
The Standards Based Management System                $0.8   $0.8   $0.8   $0.4   $0.4   $0.2   $0.4
provides BNL staff with policies, standards of
performance, and Laboratory-wide procedures
and guidelines (subject areas) that are current,
accurate, and relevant to their work.
This project will supply the resources required to   $0.8   $1.1   $1.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.8
provide, maintain, and support BNL's cyber
security infrastructure (including firewall
management, wireless, intrusion detection, and
antivirus).
This project will supply the resources required to   $1.4   $1.4   $1.4   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.4
provide, maintain, and support BNL's cyber
security policies and procedures (including risk
mgt, FVA, CSIRT, scanning, training, and
encryption).
Used to initiate Work for Others (WFO) contracts      $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0
and proposals and to track progress within the
Laboratory/local DOE Office approval process. Ad
hoc and monthly reports are generated for internal
BNL WFO users and BHO-DOE.
Web content editor will translate complex             $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0
scientific/technical subject matter into web pages
for general audience, develop & maintain the
content of Lab web pages, create static pages &
templates, work to establish & maintain a
publication process.
Direct IT costs for the Data Services of the          $0.4   $0.5   $1.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.4
USCMS (US Compact Muon Solenoid)
collaboration FNAL scientific mission.
Direct IT costs for the Analysis Services of the      $0.4   $0.5   $1.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.4
USCMS (US Compact Muon Solenoid)
collaboration FNAL scientific mission.
Direct IT costs for the Grid Services of the          $0.3   $0.4   $1.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.3
USCMS (US Compact Muon Solenoid)
collaboration FNAL scientific mission.
Direct IT costs for Simulation Services of the        $0.3   $0.4   $1.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.3
USCMS (US Compact Muon Solenoid)
collaboration FNAL scientific mission.
Direct IT costs for universities of thEUSCMS (US      $0.2   $0.2   $0.5   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
Compact Muon Solenoid) collaboration FNAL
scientific mission.
Indirect IT coststo select and implement an           $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
employee time and effort reporting system to
projects and operations in support of FNAL (Fermi
National Accelerator Laboratory) HEP (High
Energy Physics) mission.
Initial purchase of site license and software for     $0.0   $0.5   $0.1   $0.0   $0.5   $0.0   $0.0
work scheduling and planning activities
ORNL Private local network operations and             $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
maintenance funded via overhead.
Computer room support for central plant wide          $0.9   $1.0   $1.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.9
applications and administrative operations of
applications and servers.
Scientific computing for the GLAST project.           $0.1   $0.3   $0.5   $0.1   $0.3   $0.5   $0.0
Scientific computing for the Kavli Institute of       $0.0   $0.5   $0.5   $0.0   $0.5   $0.5   $0.0
Particle Astrophysics and Cosmology.
Servers, workstations and networking for SSRL         $0.9   $0.9   $0.9   $0.9   $0.9   $0.9   $0.0
Accelerator Operations. (Note that cyber security
is managed and reported as a single task for all of
SLAC)
This multi-modality (neutron, photon, electron,       $0.7   $0.7   $0.8   $0.7   $0.7   $0.8   $0.0
internal source) radiotherapy system for research
apps provides unique, first-of-its-kind application
for molecular targeted radiotherapy. Beginning in
FY05 this effort is being designated as minerva.
Extensive scientific computing is integrated,         $0.4   $0.4   $0.0   $0.2   $0.2   $0.0   $0.1
primarily in the area of neutral and charged-
particle transport physics. Large complex codes
and data libraries are used. Baseline Analytical
Chemistry and Dosimetry Support.
TD Websites/Intranet                                  $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
TD Mission Specific System                            $0.0   $0.0   $0.5   $0.0   $0.0   $0.5   $0.0
TD IT Program Management                              $0.0   $0.0   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
TD IT Capital Planning                                $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
BIDSS is Western's integrated financial,             $2.6   $1.3   $1.4   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $2.4
accounting, and business information system, the
upgrade project was to upgrade Oracle 10.7 to
Oracle 11.i. The BIDSS based on Oracle version
11.i is in steady state operations and maintenance
mode in FY06.
System for the creation of customer power bills      $0.7   $0.2   $0.4   $0.7   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0
using contracts and metered data for multiple
power systems, for Post 2004 Marketing Plan.
This system collects revenue from wholesale
power customers.
Computer hardware, software, and system              $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
support to meet SEPA financial system needs.
Oracle Federal Financials is a commercial off-the-   $0.3   $0.2   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.3
shelf suite of modules that provide financial
management support for Southwestern.
Supervisory Control and Data Acquistion/Energy       $0.5   $0.9   $0.7   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.5
Management System (SCADA/EMS) controls
generation and distribution of the electric power
marketed by Southwestern.
Incl Power Scheduling, power transactions with       $0.4   $0.5   $1.1   $0.3   $0.4   $0.0   $0.1
utility companies; E-tagging, electronic energy
transactions; OASIS, electronic posting &
reservation of transmission access & ancillary
services; Metering, data acquisition from multiple
power meters; etc.
Incl Power Scheduling, power transactions with       $1.0   $0.7   $0.5   $0.3   $0.2   $0.1   $0.7
utility companies; E-tagging, electronic energy
transactions; OASIS, electronic posting &
reservation of transmission access & ancillary
services; Metering, data acquisition from multiple
power meters; etc.
Incl Power Scheduling, power transactions with       $0.4   $0.7   $1.3   $0.2   $0.2   $0.3   $0.1
utility companies; E-tagging, electronic energy
transactions; OASIS, electronic posting &
reservation of transmission access & ancillary
services; Metering, data acquisition from multiple
power meters; etc.
Incl Power Scheduling, power transactions with       $0.4   $0.3   $0.3   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.3
utility companies; E-tagging, electronic energy
transactions; OASIS, electronic posting &
reservation of transmission access & ancillary
services; Metering, data acquisition from multiple
power meters; etc.
Combined with SNR Energy Operations Systems          $0.4   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
on FY06 Exhibit 53.
Combined with SNR Energy Operations Systems          $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
on FY06 Exhibit 53.
Combined with SNR Energy Operations Systems          $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
on FY06 Exhibit 53.
MAXIMO is a maintenance management software          $1.4   $1.8   $1.3   $0.7   $1.4   $0.4   $0.7
system used to track and improve maintenance
operations and productivity at WAPA.

The Maintenance Management Workstation is a          $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1
tool for Maintenance staff to schedule and monitor
maintenance activities based on Reliability
Centered Maintenance principals.
These systems include a Drawings Information         $0.7   $1.5   $1.3   $0.0   $0.3   $0.3   $0.7
System used for the inventory and control
distribution a Real Estate Information System
used to collect data on real estate that contains
WAPA transmission lines, substations, etc.
SCADA monitors, controls and alerts personnel         $1.3   $1.6   $1.3   $0.9   $1.1   $0.7   $0.4
operating the power grid. Regional systems are
different due to regional transmission, generation,
and contractual differences and have had
software enhancements required to accommodate
these differences.
Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition system       $1.4   $1.3   $0.5   $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $1.0
that monitors, controls, and alerts personnel
operating the power grid.
SCADA monitors, controls and alerts personnel         $1.9   $1.1   $1.6   $1.2   $0.3   $0.3   $0.7
operating the power grid. Regional systems are
different due to regional transmission, generation,
and contractual differences and have had
software enhancements required to accommodate
these differences.
The SCADA system in the Upper Great Plains            $0.7   $0.4   $0.7   $0.2   $0.1   $0.2   $0.5
Region is a system of micro-computers providing
real-time monitoring, operation, and control of
Western's federal transmission system within the
Region.
Hardware/Software and User Support for mission        $1.5   $1.6   $0.7   $0.0   $0.5   $0.2   $1.5
system users.
Information interchange support framework for         $2.0   $1.6   $1.4   $0.2   $0.6   $0.3   $1.8
mission energy operations systems.
Information interchange framework support for         $0.0   $1.1   $0.8   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
local user interconnectivity.

Inter-regional and Inter-office information           $1.6   $2.6   $1.0   $0.2   $0.8   $0.3   $1.5
interchange framework.
Hardware/Software and User Support for mission        $0.0   $0.2   $0.3   $0.0   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0
system users.
Information interchange framework support for         $0.0   $0.6   $0.4   $0.0   $0.5   $0.2   $0.0
local user interconnectivity.

Information interchange support framework for         $2.0   $0.1   $0.2   $0.4   $0.1   $0.2   $1.6
mission energy operations systems.
Inter-regional and Inter-office information           $0.0   $0.0   $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1   $0.0
interchange framework.
Hardware/Software and User Support for mission        $0.0   $0.8   $0.6   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
system users.
Information interchange framework support for         $0.0   $0.7   $0.5   $0.0   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0
local user interconnectivity.

Information interchange support framework for         $1.8   $0.5   $0.4   $0.5   $0.1   $0.1   $1.4
mission energy operations systems.
Inter-regional and Inter-office information           $0.0   $0.0   $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
interchange framework.
Hardware/Software and User Support for mission        $0.0   $0.4   $0.4   $0.0   $0.2   $0.2   $0.0
system users.
Information interchange framework support for         $0.0   $0.5   $0.5   $0.0   $0.3   $0.3   $0.0
local user interconnectivity.
Information interchange support framework for         $1.0   $0.4   $0.5   $0.7   $0.2   $0.1   $0.4
mission energy operations systems.
Telecommunications circuits, network                  $0.0   $0.0   $0.8   $0.0   $0.0   $0.4   $0.0
components, network monitoring and
management systems, and network support
personnel utilized to support inter-
Regional/Corporate Services Office data
communications.
Hardware/Software and User Support for mission        $0.0   $0.8   $0.8   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1   $0.0
system users.
Information interchange framework support for         $0.0    $0.5     $0.6    $0.0    $0.1     $0.1   $0.0
local user interconnectivity.

Information interchange support framework for         $1.6    $0.4     $0.4    $0.3    $0.1     $0.1   $1.3
mission energy operations systems.
Inter-regional and Inter-office information           $0.0    $0.0     $0.6    $0.0    $0.0     $0.1   $0.0
interchange framework.
System generates customer bills for energy and        $0.1    $0.1     $0.1    $0.1    $0.0     $0.0   $0.0
capacity use, as well as any other services based
upon RMR power contracts. This system collects
revenue from wholesale energy customers.

The Upper Great Plains Region's (UGPR)                $0.2    $0.1     $0.1    $0.0    $0.0     $0.0   $0.2
computer system used to bill customers for power
usage based upon UGPR contracts at WAPA.
This system collects revenue from wholesale
energy customers.
These systems include a Drawings Information          $0.0    $0.7     $0.8    $0.0    $0.2     $0.1   $0.0
System used for the inventory and control
distribution a Real Estate Information System
used to collect data on real estate that contains
WAPA transmission lines, substations, etc.
These systems include a Drawings Information          $0.0    $0.3     $0.2    $0.0    $0.1     $0.0   $0.0
System used for the inventory and control
distribution a Real Estate Information System
used to collect data on real estate that contains
WAPA transmission lines, substations, etc.
Systems include a Drawings Information System         $0.0    $0.3     $0.4    $0.0    $0.0     $0.0   $0.0
and a Real Estate Information System.
These systems include a Drawings Information          $0.0    $0.4     $0.5    $0.0    $0.2     $0.1   $0.0
System used for the inventory and control
distribution a Real Estate Information System
used to collect data on real estate that contains
WAPA transmission lines, substations, etc.
System for creation of customer power bills using     $0.0    $0.1     $0.3    $0.0    $0.1     $0.0   $0.0
contracts and metered data for multiple power
systems, needed for the Post 2004 Marketing
Plan. This system collects revenue from
wholesale energy customers.
An application that will replace the Department's    $18.8   $23.1    $15.1   $13.7   $16.0     $6.9   $5.1
accounting and financial reporting systems,
electronically integrating budget formulation,
budget execution, accounting, financial reporting,
activity based management/costing, and
performance measurement.
A department-wide data warehouse that will            $5.0    $5.9     $3.3    $4.4    $4.3     $1.6   $0.6
integrate financial, budgetary, procurement,
personnel, program and performance information.
                                                      $0.0    $2.0   $312.0    $0.0    $2.0   $312.0   $0.0

Contractor Jamis Finance & Accounting System.         $0.1    $0.0     $0.0    $0.0    $0.0     $0.0   $0.1
Application Management and Development.
Operation and Maintenance Services for                $0.0    $0.0     $0.0    $0.0    $0.0     $0.0   $0.0
contractor financial management system.
Provides for the maintenance and support of the       $1.0    $1.1     $1.1    $0.0    $0.0     $0.0   $1.0
Department's payroll.
A system used by the Office of Procurement to         $0.0    $0.0     $0.0    $0.0    $0.0     $0.0   $0.0
record DOE contributions to the Consolidated
Federal Funds Report.
Mission costs for EIA program system operations.      $1.5    $1.5     $2.0    $0.0    $0.0     $0.0   $1.5
Mission operation costs for EIA survey system         $0.8    $0.7     $0.7    $0.0    $0.0     $0.0   $0.8
maintenance, revision, and upgrades on existing
EIA survey systems.
CHRIS serves as the Department's official record      $4.2   $5.0   $5.1   $1.0   $1.8   $1.8   $3.2
for human resource information and is maintained
by the Office of Management, Budget and
Evaluation.
Reconfigure and re-scope the DOE IT Enterprise        $2.4   $5.1   $3.6   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $2.4
Architecture (EA) and Capital Planning and
Investment Control (CPIC) program to address
deficiencies in current IT management practices.
The Policy and Planning program supports the          $0.0   $6.9   $8.7   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
Department's implementation of all applicable
statutory and regulatory requirements.
A Headquarters procurement-based system               $1.2   $0.0   $4.6   $1.2   $0.0   $4.6   $0.0
associated with planning, awarding, and
administering various unclassified acquisitions.
The Cooperative Protection Program (CPP) is a         $5.0   $2.0   $2.0   $3.9   $0.0   $0.0   $1.1
collaborative project of the Department's Office of
CounterIntelligence and the Office of the CIO to
establish a single program that meets both office
mission requirements related to cyber security
threats.
CIAC's mission is to create a larger DOE              $8.0   $6.2   $7.7   $2.4   $0.0   $0.0   $5.6
Indications, Warning, Analysis and Reporting
Capability. CIAC serves as the DOE central
computer incident reporting and analysis
capability.
IM Cyber Security Outreach Program                    $0.0   $2.9   $5.5   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
An enterprise-wide, integrated document and           $2.3   $2.7   $6.4   $2.3   $2.7   $4.1   $0.0
records management system that covers the full
life-cycle of documents.
An application maintained by the Office of            $0.2   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
Management, Budget and Evaluation (Office of
Management Communications)that allows
Departmental users to browse, search and
retrieve on-line DOE directives, DOE Forms, and
Secretarial Delegations of Authority.
FIMS is the Department's real property database       $0.8   $0.7   $0.5   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.8
and is sponsored by the Office of Management,
Budget and Evaluation, Office of National Nuclear
Security Administration, Office of Nuclear Energy,
Office of Fossil Energy, Office of Environmental
Management, and Office of Science.

Small applications used by the Office of              $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
Management, Budget and Evaluation to calculate
federal retirements, track employee and
labor/management relations, and vacancy
announcements. NOTE: ME Performance Review
Board System (PRBS) Combined
An on-line catalog, checkout and cataloging           $0.0   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
system used at the Headquarters Library.
A webbased accountable property system, used          $0.4   $0.3   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.4
by Asset Management and Support
Group/Accountable Property Reps to change
user(s) of assets, locations, request transfer of
stewardship to another organization, query, print
reports, etc.
Small applications used by the Office of              $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
Management, Budget and Evaluation to track
contractor employees and fees. NOTE: ME
Subcontracting Reporting System (SRS)
Combined. SRS contains FY2004 only, 0 in
outyears.
A system used to gather facility condition           $0.6   $0.6   $0.5   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.6
assessment information and related costs and is
funded by the NNSA, EE, EM, NE, Office of
Engineering and Construction Management and
SC.
Operated by General Services Administration          $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
(GSA) as a subscription service to Executive
Branch agencies. Agencies list excess personal
property, and property is screened for potential
use by other Agencies.
Small inventory applications used by Office of       $0.0   $0.2   $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
Management, Budget and Evaluation to track HQ
copiers, paper distribution, copier meter reading,
and parking permits.
An application used to monitor the status of         $0.3   $0.5   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.3
Departmental projects and maintained by the
Office of Management, Budget and Evaluation.
An application used to track performance             $0.3   $0.3   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.3
management.
Systems developed and maintained by the Office       $1.1   $1.0   $1.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.1
of Management, Budget and Evaluation and
utilized by two or more HQ and Field offices.
Applications developed and maintained by Office      $0.3   $0.3   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.3
of Management, Budget and Evaluation to meet
specific CFO needs.
A document management application maintained         $1.0   $1.0   $1.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.0
by OMBE and used primarily by the Office of
Executive Secretariat.
Provides for the annual subscription and             $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
maintenance to the Department of Defense for
access to the government-wide database that
provides identifying information on all entities
doing business with the Federal government.
Small customer service tracking systems for          $0.0   $0.5   $0.5   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
Office of Administration.
The purpose of the sub-task is to establish,         $0.6   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.6
implement, and maintain across the DOE
enterprise a comprehensive and effective
telecommunicationscyber security/secure-
messaging infrastructure.
DOE's internet-based system for simplified           $0.5   $0.5   $0.5   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.5
acquisitions.
A Departmental procurement-based system              $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.4
associated with planning, awarding, and
administering various unclassified acquisitions.
Various applications within DOE Procurement          $3.9   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $3.9
offices used for quarterly reporting on purchases
and tracking procurements in process.
The Legal Management Tracking System is a web        $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
accessible database that records and reports
litigation costs and status of cases in DOE
facilities nationwide.
PCMaster is a database used by DOE facilities        $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
nationwide to record, track and report actions
associated with the Management of the
Department's patent activities.
DOE's Cyber Security Training, Education, and        $0.8   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.8
Awareness (TEA) program is intended to improve
job performance. Per budget decisions, this
investment has been zeroed out and
reprogrammed to the Outreach program.
Formerly known as "OCIO Financial/Personnel          $0.8     $0.7     $1.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0     $0.8
Support" Business Management Division,
responsible for providing business management
support for personnel in the Office of the CIO
Provides all Records Management support,             $0.3     $0.2     $0.5   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0     $0.3
conference support, CIO records storage, and all
electronic records software, including training
support.
Provides the capability for DOE employees to         $5.2     $2.8     $2.2   $3.9   $2.0   $0.0     $1.2
have access to online learning, knowledge
management, and career management
opportunities, 24x7, from home, the office and
travel locations.
DOE's e-Travel initiative.                           $1.8     $1.5     $1.5   $0.0   $1.0   $0.8     $1.8
Info system maintain                                 $0.0     $0.0     $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0     $0.0
1.3 LM Records Management System.                    $0.1     $0.1     $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0     $0.1
Hummingbird Records Management System.
Operations and Maintenance Services for
Hummingbird
1.2 LM LTS&M. Transition Activities for Closure      $0.4     $0.6     $0.6   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0     $0.4
Sites. Transfer closure site
business/administrative information
systems/databases to LM.
1.2 LM Long Term Surveillance & Maintenance          $0.9     $1.2     $1.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0     $0.9
Mission. SEEPro, GEMS, and Environmental
Systems Support. Operation, maintenance, and
Update Services for Environmental Monitoring and
GIS systems.
Quick Silver Project                                 $0.5     $0.2     $0.2   $0.5   $0.2   $0.2     $0.0
                                                     $0.2     $0.4     $0.8   $0.2   $0.4   $0.8     $0.0
                                                     $0.0     $0.1     $0.2   $0.0   $0.1   $0.2     $0.0
Inter-agency project                                 $1.4     $1.6     $0.0   $1.4   $1.6   $0.0     $0.0
Quick Silver Project                                 $0.0     $0.3     $0.2   $0.0   $0.3   $0.2     $0.0
Quick Silver Project                                 $0.1     $3.1     $2.3   $0.1   $3.1   $2.3     $0.0
                                                     $0.0     $0.0     $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0     $0.0
                                                     $0.0     $0.0     $0.0   $0.0   $0.1   $0.1     $0.0

Quick Silver Project                                 $0.5     $2.2     $0.0   $0.5   $2.3   $0.0     $0.0
                                                     $0.0     $0.0     $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0     $0.0

Quick Silver Project                                 $0.3     $0.5     $0.5   $0.3   $0.5   $0.5     $0.0
                                                     $0.0     $0.5     $0.5   $0.0   $0.5   $0.5     $0.0

                                                     $0.4     $0.0     $0.0   $0.4   $0.0   $0.0     $0.0
                                                     $0.0     $0.0     $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1     $0.0
Quick Silver Project                                 $0.4     $0.4     $0.5   $0.4   $0.4   $0.5     $0.0
                                                     $8.3     $8.5     $8.8   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0     $8.3

                                                     $1.5     $1.6     $1.6   $0.2   $0.2   $0.2     $1.3
                                                     $0.1     $0.1     $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1     $0.0

                                                     $0.5     $0.4     $0.5   $0.5   $0.4   $0.5     $0.0

Peoplesoft Time and Labor                            $1.1     $1.1     $1.2   $1.1   $1.1   $1.2     $0.0
Development and maintenence of web portals           $0.3     $0.3     $0.3   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1     $0.2
                                                   $124.1   $124.4   $127.9   $7.1   $7.4   $7.7   $117.0

                                                    $60.0    $60.0    $60.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $60.0
This scope includes those IT infrastructure and      $1.3     $0.9     $0.9   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0     $1.3
office automation activities not provided by the
PHMC for the DOE.
This scope includes those IT infrastructure and        $0.7    $0.7    $0.7   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.7
office automation activities not provided by the
PHMC for the OMC.
This scope includes those IT infrastructure and       $27.1   $27.9   $29.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $27.1
office automation activities provided by the PHMC
for the Hanford prime contractors.
This scope includes those IT infrastructure and        $1.3    $1.3    $1.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $1.3
office automation activities not provided by the
PHMC for the RCP.
This scope includes those IT infrastructure and        $0.3    $0.3    $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.3
office automation activities not provided by the
PHMC for the RPP.
BWXT IT processor costs associated with                $0.8    $0.5    $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.8
environmental remediation of the Miamisburg
Mound site.
All costs associated with IT to support the Ohio       $0.9    $0.5    $0.5   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.9
Field Office federal workforce.
IT costs to support the federal employees              $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.0
overseeing evnironmental remediation of the 5
Ohio Field Office project sites.
IT costs to support the federal employees              $0.1    $0.1    $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.1
overseeing environmental remediation of the 5
Ohio Field Office project sites.
IT costs associated with environmental                 $0.1    $0.1    $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.1
remediation of the Fernald site - IT Security.
Subinvestment of DOE consolidated infra. invest.       $0.9    $1.2    $1.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.9
IT salaries and hardware (primarily
microcomputers, servers, jukeboxes, disks, etc.)
associated with office automation and local area
network (LAN) administration. Operating systems
and security software.
The WIPP Recertification Project created a             $0.4    $0.1    $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.4
document management system to document all
submittals to the EPA and official
corresprondence to support the WIPP compliance
recertification application (CRA).
IT costs associated with environmental                 $0.8    $0.7    $0.7   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.8
remediation of the Fernald site - Applications -
Remediation Cost Control.
Application Operations (Config Management, QA)         $0.8    $0.6    $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.8
for Rocky Flats prime contractor.
This is SPRO M&O Mission Specific                      $1.4    $1.5    $1.5   $0.4   $0.7   $0.6    $1.0
Infrastructure. The SPRO Client Server
Investment provides the client server information
management service level capability for the SPR
Project Management Office(PMO) community and
Notheast Heating Oil Reserve Program.
This is SPRO M&O Mission Specific                      $1.3    $1.3    $1.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $1.3
Infrastructure. Consists of SPRO M&O Field
communications infrastructure capability for the
SPRPMO community and the Northeast Heating
Oil Reserve Program to conduct their mission
program activities.
This is SPRO M&O Mission specific                      $1.9    $1.7    $1.9   $0.4   $0.3   $0.4    $1.5
Infrastructure. The SPRO M&O Network
Management Investment provides the SPRPMO
Community with all network equipment necessary
to support the service level capability required to
complete mission program activities.
This is SPRO M&O Mission Specific                       $0.4     $0.4     $0.4    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0     $0.4
Infrastructure. This investment provides Windows
/ Office management and support to the SPR
Project Management Office Community in using
the software in support of mission related
information management activities.
This is SPRO M&O Mission Specific                       $0.8     $0.7     $0.8    $0.2    $0.4    $0.4     $0.6
Infrastructure. This investment provides mission
specific SPRPMO and Northeast Heating Oil
Reserve Program cyber security activities related
to unique program managment processes
required for oil reserve programs.
This is SPRO M&O Mission Specific                       $0.0     $0.0     $0.8    $0.0    $0.0    $0.8     $0.0
Infrastructure. Provides upgrades and technology
refresh of five to ten year old SPRO LAN/WAN
technology including extending into use of
wireless technology.
Support efforts to expand tools and technologies        $1.7     $1.7     $1.7    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0     $1.7
required for collaborative scientific research,
engineering, and operations in domains such as
environmental management, next generation
nuclear reactor systems, and national security and
defense.
Telecommunications Networks is the first of six       $935.1   $937.9   $937.7   $75.4   $69.9   $68.1   $859.8
services lines within the consolidated IOA&T
investment to have a CBA completed. The BY06
numbers for the six service are reported in section
I.A. "Investment Description".
2.1 Workstation/User Interface/Help Desk. HQ            $0.2     $0.2     $0.2    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0     $0.2
EXCITE & Contractor Support. Day to day
computer support for LM at HQ. (Help Desk,
desktop applications, computer equipment)
Property Management System. Sunflower Asset             $0.1     $0.0     $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0     $0.1
Management system.
Help Desk operations at OLM Grand Junction              $0.1     $0.1     $0.1    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0     $0.1
Software Engineering. Application Management &          $0.2     $0.3     $0.3    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0     $0.2
Development (DBA, Developers, QA) for LM
contractor systems.
Cyber security for OLM                                  $0.2     $0.2     $0.2    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0     $0.2
Plan and oversee the DOE and Hanford Prime              $0.2     $0.2     $0.2    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0     $0.2
Contractor IT work scope.
Plan and oversee the OMC IT work scope.                 $0.1     $0.1     $0.1    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0     $0.1

Plan and oversee the PHMC IT work scope.                $1.4     $1.5     $1.6    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0     $1.4

Plan and oversee the RCP IT work scope.                 $0.2     $0.2     $0.2    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0     $0.2

Plan and oversee the RPP IT work scope.                 $0.3     $0.3     $0.3    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0     $0.3

Site program management, including architecture         $0.9     $0.0     $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0     $0.9
and planning
Includes resources for projects involved w/issuing      $0.1     $0.1     $0.1    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0     $0.1
specifications and requests for bids, acquiring
competitive bids, procuring hw/sw, analayzing and
evaluating equipment, and receiving and entering
materials into the inventory management system.

Provides risk assessments, strategic planning,          $0.1     $0.0     $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0     $0.1
configuration management planning & execution,
and testing and evaluation associated with annual
certification and accreditation of the WIPPnet as
required in DOE O 205.1.
Financial Systems Management for the Rocky              $0.9    $0.7   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.9
Flats prime contractor.
Human Resources Management for the Rocky                $0.1    $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.1
Flats prime contractor.
Includes 5.25 FTE's that support the DOE                $0.0    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.0
Application Management Task. This task supports
SR missions and business requirements through
the use of COTS and/or customized applications.

This investment represents the cost for Federal         $0.3    $0.2   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.3
Staff who support IT at the Rocky Flats Project
Office
Self assessments, evaluations of the IT Program,        $0.5    $0.5   $0.6   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.5
performance measures, audits, etc.
High-level management of the IS organization,           $0.5    $0.6   $0.6   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.5
including budgeting, planning and architecture
design, performance assessment, development
and tracking of performance metrics, and DOE
reporting.
IT strategic planning, tactical planning, budgeting,    $0.1    $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.1
and EA alignment
General IT Program management, including IT             $1.4    $1.4   $1.5   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $1.4
direction, implementation, administration,
configuration management, development and
enforcement of IT policies and procedures.
IT strategic planning, tactical planning, budgeting,    $0.3    $0.4   $0.4   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.4
EA alignment in support of IT Investment Portfolio
Management.
Supports IT by: issuing specifications,                 $0.2    $0.3   $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.2
procurement solicitation and review process,
hardware and software procurement, analyzing
and evaluating equipment, and inventory tracking
and control.
SPRO IT Program Implementation, configuration           $0.6    $0.6   $0.7   $0.2   $0.2   $0.2    $0.5
management, enforcement of IT policies,
procedures, strategic planning, tactical planning,
budgeting, and contact and project management.

CIO Office responsible for IT leadership, defintion     $1.1    $1.2   $1.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $1.1
and development of comprehensive IT strategy
and enterprise architecture driven from business
needs to manage infrastructure, data/information,
intellecutal capital, and strategic planning.
IT Operations direction, management,                    $1.3    $1.3   $1.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $1.3
implementation, and administration.
Western regional offices' IT planning. Includes         $0.0    $0.0   $1.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.3    $0.0
planning strategic goals and objectives, managing
capital investments, addressing business process
improvements, and managing the technical
architecture of infrastructure components.

The Post-2004 Marketing Plan for WAPA's Sierra          $1.1    $0.3   $0.3   $1.1   $0.1   $0.1    $0.0
Nevada Region requires that employees, partners,
and customers have more visibility to more
information and data via web interface. This was
investment 01950020002468500107021
The DOE Enterprise Architecture (EA) ensures           $16.5   $13.4   $9.7   $1.9   $2.4   $1.6   $14.6
compliance with OMB A-130/Clinger-Cohen Act
by promoting standard architectural practices,
providing a framework for systems modernization,
and establishing an EA vision aligned with DOE
strategic goals.
Legacy Management Records and Long Term                  $0.2    $0.2    $0.2    $0.2    $0.2    $0.2   $0.0
Surveillance & Maintenance EA planning services.

LM Strategic Planning for EA.                            $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $0.0
The ePME initiative is the DOE's corporate               $4.1    $2.2    $2.2    $4.1    $1.6    $1.6   $0.0
technology solution that provides a new R&D
management and administration capability to allow
for effective technical program and project
management.
Investment includes maintenance of Windows-              $1.8    $1.8    $1.8    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $1.8
based client/server system WinSaga (active) and
ultimately transition to Grants.gov.



HHS seeks to establish a unified approach for           $45.8   $54.9   $59.5   $43.6   $44.1   $45.1   $2.3
enhancing financial management performance
across the Department’s 12 component agencies
and the Program Support Center (PSC) by
eliminating duplication, streamlining processes,
and establishing a common IT infrastructure. In
addition, the Department wants to retain a clean
audit opinion and resolve material weaknesses in
two areas: financial systems and processes, and
general and applications controls. The investment
is consistent with the financial management
objectives of the President’s Management Agenda
(PMA) and compliant with the requirements of the
Joint Financial Management Improvement
Program (JFMIP). Furthermore, it aligns with
Secretary Thompson’s vision of “One HHS.” The
Secretary has designated the implementation of
UFMS as a Department-wide priority.
Partner agency contributions                             $1.2    $0.8    $0.8    $1.2    $0.8    $0.0   $0.0

Partner agency contributions.                            $1.0    $0.3    $0.3    $1.0    $0.3    $0.3   $0.0

Partner agency contributions.                            $0.8    $0.9    $0.8    $0.8    $0.9    $0.8   $0.0

Partner agency contributions.                            $0.0    $0.7    $0.8    $0.0    $0.7    $0.8   $0.0

Partner agency contribrutions.                           $0.0    $0.0    $0.1    $0.0    $0.0    $0.1   $0.0
Partner agency contributions.                            $0.7    $0.7    $0.0    $0.7    $0.7    $0.0   $0.0

Partner agency contributions.                            $1.5    $1.6    $0.0    $1.5    $1.6    $0.0   $0.0

Partner agency contributions.                            $1.0    $1.5    $1.1    $1.0    $1.5    $1.1   $0.0

Partner agency contributions.                            $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $0.0

Partner agency contributions.                            $0.4    $0.4    $0.5    $0.4    $0.4    $0.5   $0.0

The HHS Financial Management Line of Business            $0.1    $0.1    $0.1    $0.1    $0.1    $0.1   $0.0
(FM LOB) will establish and operate a government-
wide financial management solution that is
efficient and improves business performance
while ensuring integrity in accountability, financial
controls and mission effectiveness.

Partner agency contributions.                            $0.0    $0.1    $0.1    $0.0    $0.1    $0.1   $0.0
Partner agency contributions.                         $0.0    $0.1    $0.1   $0.0   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0

Partner agency contributions.                         $2.1    $2.2    $2.3   $2.1   $2.2   $2.3   $0.0

The Financial Enterprise Solutions (FES)              $3.5   $13.6   $12.1   $0.2   $2.4   $2.4   $3.3
investment is a Mission Critical computer security
classification business transformation initiative
that integrates FDA financial and business
systems, aligns FDA financial systems with
modern technological capabilities, implements
new financial system requirements and improves
operational efficiencies. FES integrates with and
works in conjunction with the departmental Unified
Financial Management System (UFMS). FES
provides FDA with systems functionality that is not
included in UFMS, i.e. automated travel
processes, automated procurement support,
automated accountable property management,
FDA specific reporting, automation of user fee
billing and collections. Starting in FY05, budgets
for the FES investment have been increased to
include the funding of systems for Activity Based
The Central Accounting System is FDA's primary        $1.3    $1.4    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.3
financial management system. The General
Accounting Office certified it on June 27, 1974. It
conforms to HHS standards for accounting
systems, including use of uniform transaction
codes, account structure, and standardized data
fields. It administratively controls FDA's spending
authority. The system represents a core financial
system with a General Ledger, Accounts Payable
and Accounts Receivable systems. The system
interfaces with the HHS Departmental Central
Payroll System, Payment Management System,
FDA Procurement System, and the Treasury
The Mission GOALS System.
DepartmentsAccomplishment and Regulatory              $1.0    $3.5   $10.2   $1.0   $3.3   $9.8   $0.0
Compliance Services (MARCS) System is a
comprehensive redesign and reengineering of
core mission-critical systems at FDA including the
Field Accomplishments and Compliance Tracking
System (FACTS) and the Operation and
Administration Support System (OASIS). OASIS
primarily supports the review and decision-making
process of products imported into the U.S. FACTS
supports the investigation, tracking of compliance,
and laboratory operations related to domestic
operations under FDA purview. Both are legacy
systems that execute on client-server platforms.
The ABLE investment consists of several small        $1.5   $1.5   $1.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.5
contracted projects supporting adverse events
reporting, blood product regulation, and biologic
product compliance and enforcement efforts.
These include Blood Establishment Registration
(BER), Blood Logging and Tracking (BLT), the
Biologics Compliance Information System (BCIS),
and the Biologics Adverse Events System
(BAES). BAES is comprised of several sub-
systems: the Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting
System (VAERS) Datamart, the CBER Adverse
Events Reporting System (CBAERS), and the Lot
Distribution Database (LDD).
Manufacturers of radiation-emitting products are     $2.0   $1.9   $1.5   $1.6   $1.6   $1.3   $0.4
required by law to submit regular documentation
of their compliance. FDA/CDRH receives some
10,000 such reports per year. The eRadHealth
System will allow manufacturers to submit their
required documentation in electronic format, and
will assist FDA in compliance review and related
document-management activities by enabling staff
to perform electronic analysis to determine
industry compliance. This system will support the
Center's Compliance Program.
This investment contains resources devoted to the    $0.3   $0.5   $0.9   $0.2   $0.3   $0.4   $0.1
development and maintenance of several systems
which support multiple investments; thus it
undergirds virtually all the Center's business
programs. All the Center's mission-specific
investments share the various modules and
databases of these systems. The investment
provides an entry to multiple systems, allowing
users to view, query, and retrieve data from
multiple sources through a single interface. This
investment also includes several administrative
systems that provide support for all the Center's
functions.
CFSAN Supporting and Enabling supports two           $0.7   $0.8   $0.8   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.5
major CFSAN goals: 1) Regulatory development,
strategic planning, business planning, work plan
development, performance analyses and program
planning and evaluation. 2) Provide guidance,
management of correspondence, consultation,
inspections and sample analysis, stakeholder
outreach, research and partnerships, and
scientific support. Agency strategic processes
involved are managing strategic and business
planning, and evaluation, performance analysis,
regulatory development , and work plans, plus
providing guidance; managing correspondence,
stakeholder outreach, partnerships, and
internal/external consultation, and conducting
This application research.
inspections and provides a single, integrated        $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.3
query solution using RetrievalWare that provides
access to many of CDER’s centrally maintained
electronic data and documents. In FY2005, this
application will be integrated into the Automated
Drug Information Management System Exhibit
53/300 and will be represented as an integral part
of that investment.
The CDER corporate database and the variety of          $1.7   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $1.5
applications developed to populate, query, and
report the data housed in the database all make
up the Corporate Management Information
System (COMIS). COMIS is CDER’s central
database used to track the status and progress of
regulatory submissions (e.g., INDs, NDAs)
submitted to the Agency for action, generate
mandatory user fee reports, and enable tracking
of milestones and workload statistics for improved
management and accountability. COMIS is being
replaced as part of the Automated Drug
Information Management System (AERS) in 2005.
This category summarizes several small activities       $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
managed within CDER’s IT organization. These
efforts represent small development efforts to
create tracking systems for a subset of CDER
users or on-going maintenance and support
efforts to keep small applications operational. This
category is being discontinued in FY2005. Small
projects will now be better represented within one
of CDER's non-major categories of Compliance,
Pre-Market or Post-Market depending on what
business process the project supports.
This category represents an accounting for              $0.9   $0.0   $0.0   $0.7   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
personnel costs associated with operating and
maintaining several of CDER’s small application
systems. These costs represent the sum of the
small fraction of personnel time required to
maintain and support each of these applications.
Many of these applications support a small
customer-base in CDER, have minimal to
moderate use, and/or require a low level of effort
to maintain. This category is not continued after
FY2004. The personnel costs for supporting
applications has been distributed appropriately
across the CDER Exhibit 53 categories.
The Automated Drug Information Management               $5.3   $6.8   $5.5   $5.1   $5.3   $3.9   $0.2
System (ADIMS) is being developed as a fully
electronic information management system to
receive, evaluate, and disseminate information
about investigational and marketing submissions
for human drugs and therapeutic biologics. It
replaces the Corporate Oracle Management
Information System (COMIS), Division Files
System (DFS), and CDER Standard Letters (CSL)
system. ADIMS includes electronic document
receipt processes previously associated with the
Electronic Document Room (EDR) and Electronic
Common Technical Document (ECTD). It
includes therapeutic biologics per the OTRR
Integration project. ADIMS includes scientific
tools that aid submission evaluation, such as tools
to review structured clinical data, labeling data,
This major investment supports the requirements         $5.6   $5.5   $5.6   $5.6   $5.0   $5.1   $0.0
of the Electronic Labeling Rule by creating an
environment that will allow the FDA to generate up-
to-date, reliable structured product labeling for all
drug products marketed in the United States.
The Demographic Information and Data                    $0.5   $0.5   $0.5   $0.5   $0.5   $0.5   $0.0
Repository projects (DIDR) are a set of projects
proposed in response to Congress’ mandate to
develop a database focused on women’s health
activities. The Agency-wide data repository will
hold information on product safety and efficacy.
Clinical study data, review documents and
labeling are the first elements targeted for
inclusion. DIDR projects are directed at upgrading
and modernizing the FDA’s information
management infrastructure related to health and
regulatory information, to improve decision-
making and risk management for sub-populations
and improve the delivery of services to consumers
and industry through the adoption of Agency-wide
standards for data.
This investment supports any non-major activities       $0.0   $1.7   $1.8   $0.0   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0
that are related to the pre-market drug approval
process. The investment could include steady-
state applications or projects in any phase of the
lifecycle, depending on the year. Examples in this
category are: TSE/SPOTS or PREATS, which are
small projects under $100K each that support the
pre-market activities within CDER. These projects
will be completed in 2004 and will be steady state
in 2006 and within this category's funding. New
projects of similar size are forecasted for FY2006.
The Emergency Operations Network (EON), with            $3.6   $3.0   $3.8   $3.5   $2.8   $2.9   $0.1
the Incident Management System (IMS) as its
cornerstone, plays a critical role in strengthening
FDA’s capability to identify, prepare for, and
respond to emergency situations involving FDA-
regulated products that would have an adverse
effect on public health. EON provides a web-
based connection for all FDA offices as well as
provides information to external stakeholders,
through which accurate real-time information
about various incidents can be shared and
discussed. Participants are able to provide input
and access real-time data regarding a specific
emergency, agency operating plans and
procedures, contact databases, and analysis
tools.
Property management involves the tracking of            $1.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.2
assets dynamically throughout their life cycle,
from the initial purchase request to their
retirement. Property management assists in the
planning and execution of any activity relating to
personal property such as controlling, tracking,
moving, upgrading, and the changing of users.
PMIS II is designed to work as a subsidiary to
FDA's General Ledger System. The system tracks
the real value of the property tracks the location of
the property and maintains the lifecycle of the
property from receipt through disposition. It serves
as the primary method for agency-wide property
inventory.
Xenotransplantation products (animal cells,           $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
tissues, and organs intended for therapeutic use
in humans) are subject to regulation by the FDA.
A xenotransplantation product must be the subject
of an IND or IDE application or of an approved
PLA, NDA, BLA or PMA (510K) regardless of
whether the finished product is shipped across
state lines. DHHS, in conjunction with the Public
Health Service (PHS) agencies, has determined
that a National Xenotransplantation Database
(NXD) is required to facilitate the regulatory
mission of the FDA in connection with
xenotransplantation products. (EDR) is a
The Electronic Document Room                          $2.6   $2.8   $2.5   $0.5   $0.4   $0.6   $2.2
collection of systems that e-business enables the
regulatory process for industry and CBER. The
EDR stores, retrieves, and distributes electronic
submissions to reviewers. It is integrated with the
CBER regulatory databases to allow for advanced
searches based on data in the CBER databases.
The EDR automates processing of submissions
and automatically sends notifications to
reviewers.The EDR functions as an electronic
library for CBER electronic submissions storing
electronic submissions of IND, BLA, NDA, 510(k),
PMA, regulatory correspondence, and other types
This investmentdefined bythe Post-Market
of submissions supports CBER.                         $0.0   $0.5   $0.5   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
activities in the Center for Drug Evaluation and
Research. The investment can be comprised of
small projects and applications that are important
to the post-market surveillance or tracking and/or
interface with the major investment of Drug
Safety. Examples of applications that comprise
this investment are: MedWatch and Expedited
Reporting (MedEx) and Drug Quality Reporting
System (DQRS). For FY2006, the investment
dollars reflect in-house FTE costs to develop and
maintain small post-market systems and projects.
The Medical Product Surveillance Network is a         $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.1   $0.1   $0.2   $0.1
pilot “sentinel” reporting project designed to
improve surveillance & follow-up of medical device
adverse events at user facilities; it provides an
alternative to 100% mandatory reporting by using
a sample of user facilities to track postmarket
adverse events, saving industry reporting costs.
During the pilot, FDA investigates barriers to user
reporting, analyzes under-reporting, & develops
methods to obtain quality data. A national sentinel
reporting system will improve FDA’s ability to
detect & analyze device-related problems &
provide access to a network of clinical facilities,
offering insight into problem investigation &
resolution.
Operational and Administrative System for Import        $4.6   $5.4   $2.7   $0.0   $2.7   $0.0   $4.6
Support (OASIS) FDA ensures that foreign-origin
products seeking to enter domestic commerce
meet the same standards as U.S. manufacturers
and growers. FDA evaluates products offered for
import, and makes admissibility decisions whether
those products meet the applicable provisions of
the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act. FDA
also uses OASIS to process Prior Notice of food
imports, as required by the Bioterrorism Act of
2002. OASIS automates the system for
processing FDA-regulated imports and reduces
processing time. In FY05, new OASIS
functionality will be incorporated in ORA’s
MARCS, UPIPremarket Review directly supports
Food Safety 009-10-01-02-01-0206-00-110-032.            $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.2   $0.2   $0.1   $0.2
the CFSAN goal to provide consumers quicker
access to new food ingredients, bioengineered
foods, and dietary supplements, while assuring
their safety. Agency strategic processes involved
are processing sponsor registrations and
applications, reviewing and assessing submitted
information, and developing and implementing
responses. Specific CFSAN business processes
are facility registrations, premarket approval of
applications, 30 and 75-Day Notifications, safety
evaluation of food and color additive petitions, and
The legacy certificates was replaced
FD&C colorsystem that to industry. by                   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
RMS/BLA. Although most of the data has been
migrated to RMS/BLA, it is still essential for review
staff and management to have this legacy system
available in read-only mode for the foreseeable
future. The software running the user interface of
the legacy system and the operating system that
runs the software have been upgraded to current
versions. No further development is anticipated at
this time.
RMS/BLA supports CBER’s Managed Review                  $1.5   $1.5   $2.3   $0.6   $0.5   $0.8   $0.8
Process for the review and approval of
applications for biological derived drugs, blood
products, and IVD Test Kits (the BLAs) that are
regulated by CBER under 21 CFR parts 601 and
820, respectively. RMS/BLA also tracks Post
Marketing Commitments related to these
approved products. RMS/BLA interfaces with
several other systems for document tracking and
routing (DATS), reviewer time resource reporting
(RRS), tracking of Investigational New Drug
Applications (BIMS), Blood Establishment
Registration (BER), Lot Release (LRS), Electronic
submissions (EDR), and a system for the
maintenance of valid person names and
associated information.
The Image2000 Document Management System                $0.4   $1.6   $1.6   $0.2   $1.1   $1.1   $0.2
assists in premarket review and related document-
management activities such as archiving and FOI
redaction. To do this, CDRH has utilized an in-
house developed document imaging system
(IMAGE) since 1991. Image2000 will replace this
system and related infrastructure with state-of-the-
art technology. Replacement of this system is vital
to the Center’s Premarket Review mission.
BIMS, in production over 10 years, has Report            $0.3   $0.3   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1   $0.3
Generators for report listings, routing screens and
routing reports for IND management, and is
integrated with CBER’s EDR. EDR has electronic
IND document routing, electronic signatures on
IND internal documents, electronic forms for
reviewers’ data management, and PDFs of IND
documents.
ORA’s Reporting Analysis Decision Support                $1.6   $2.2   $2.2   $0.0   $1.5   $1.5   $1.6
System (ORADSS) is a centralized data
warehouse, implemented to provide integrated
decision support for regulatory compliance. It will
provide a repository for ORA data shared across
multiple systems and users in ORA and FDA
Centers. The warehouse will be separate from
the live production applications, in order to provide
an optimal environment for data integration and for
users to perform analysis or compile reports on
data covering wide ranges of dates and products.
Separation will also ensure that reporting needs
will not impact on the heavy transaction
processing of the existing production systems. In
FY05, functionality of ORA’s OPAS, UPI 009-10-
01-05-01-0201-00-301-092 will be integrated into
ORADSS.
This software is an integrated solution for facilities   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
management, design, planning, leasing and
operations and maintenance. This system will
maintain facilities information on all FDA owned
and leased buildings and GSA owned and leased
buildings. In addition, the Centers/ORA will be
able to access central master file of CAD
drawings for use in planning space layout
changes, and OFACS will be better able to keep
current plans in its system as the Centers/ORA
forward as-built drawings at the completion of
alteration projects.a device, manufacturers must
Prior to marketing                                       $0.8   $0.9   $1.1   $0.7   $0.8   $0.6   $0.1
seek FDA approval of their products. Depending
on the regulatory class of the device, various
types of premarket submissions are submitted to
CDRH for scientific review and decision making;
these submissions include Premarket Notifications
(510(k)s, Premarket Approval Applications
(PMAs), Investigational and Humanitarian Device
Exemptions (IDEs and HDEs). Premarket
application tracking systems are in place to track
these submissions throughout their life cycle, and
to provide metrics on device review performance.
These systems support the Premarket program.
RMS/DATS supports the CBER Document Control           $0.7   $0.7   $0.7   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.7
Center staff with receipt and routing of drug
manufacturer submissions to reviewers and
incoming and outgoing communications. These
include submissions related to INDs, IDEs, BLAs,
NDAs, 510(k)s, PMAs, and labeling submissions.
Functionality includes the logging of shipment
information, data entry of regulatory application
information, support for document routing,
circulation, inventory controls and management,
and the generation of reports and queries.
RMS/DATS interfaces with other CBER systems
for the tracking of Licensing Applications, pre-
market submissions, electronic submissions and
related documents, and a system for the
maintenance of valid person names and
associated information.annually conduct
FDA field investigators                               $0.5   $0.5   $0.5   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.2
approximately 20,000 establishment inspections.
A requirement of the inspectional process is to
report in writing (FDA-483) certain types of
adverse observations to the management of the
inspected firm at the conclusion of the inspection.
Turbo EIR requires the linking of the adverse
observations to a standardized database of
citations. Turbo EIR assists the investigator in
preparing the Establishment Inspection Report
(EIR) by pre-populating firm demographic data
and copying the adverse observations. The
inspection data, FDA-483 and EIR is then
uploaded to a central database and available for
analysis and trending by Center Consumer Safety
Officers and Compliance Officers via the FDA
intranet. In FY05, new functionality will be
incorporated in ORA’s MARCS, UPI 009-10-01-02-
RMS/LRS supports the FDA Lot Release Program          $0.5   $0.5   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.6
for biologic products. CBER is required to oversee
sample lots in support of licensure and for
purposes of product approval and the
redistribution of lots for products regulated by
CBER that require lot release and surveillance
(21CFR601.2.c). The system conforms to the
RMS model and interfaces with the RMS/BLA
system. The nature of Lot Release requires that
LRS be flexible enough to allow the assignment of
a Lot to a Product/ Establishment relationship that
may not be licensed or pending. The system
consists of Data Entry/Update, Report, and
Maintenancethe nation's first Internet-based data
eLEXNET is forms.                                     $1.4   $1.9   $1.8   $1.4   $1.6   $1.5   $0.0
exchange system that allows Federal, State, and
local laboratories to electronically share food
safety sample and test data for various food-borne
pathogens. The laboratories are able to access
eLEXNET, regardless of their current system
environment or level of automation.
HCTRS captures and reports on facilities that          $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
have registered with FDA/CBER in compliance
with various CFR and Federal Register
Notifications for Human Cells, Tissues, and
Cellular and Tissue-Based Products
Establishment Registration. Nine human cell and
transplant establishments are currently piloting a
new web-based registration system (eHCTERS).
The system allows these establishments to
register on-line rather than submit the form in
paper format.
The Gene Therapy Tracking program was initiated        $0.4   $0.4   $0.3   $0.4   $0.4   $0.1   $0.0
by Congressional mandate, which requested
establishment of a gene therapy tracking system
for which individuals engaged in the oversight of
gene transfer trials and investigators will have a
critical tool for recognizing, accurately accessing,
and responding to serious adverse events or other
clinical outcomes and events which may have
important implications for safety and future areas
of research. CBER’s program consists of several
separate projects: Patient Tracking , Clinical Trial
System (CTS), Gene Therapy Access database
(Pre-market adverse events) and Genetic
Modification Clinical Research Information System
(GeMCRIS).
Under the Research Management project NCTR             $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.1
will acquire software to provide high-quality
research management. NCTR will add or enhance
pre-experiment software that provide functions
such as project planning and decision support
systems. NCTR will add or enhance software to
manage animal utilization, employee time
collection, laboratory and environmentally
controlled area usage, animal dietary
requirements, and other experiment required
resource usage.
Under the Research Support investment, NCTR            $0.7   $0.7   $0.8   $0.5   $0.5   $0.6   $0.2
will acquire software to provide a high-quality
research support infrastructure. NCTR will add or
enhance pre-experiment software for such
functions as study definition and animal allocation.
NCTR will also add or enhance software that
promotes efficient and effective experiment
conduct and data gathering such as diet
preparation control, microbiology and chemistry
surveillance, in-life decision support and animal
room and equipment inventory. NCTR will add or
enhance post-experiment support software such
as gross and micro pathology modules, decision
support systems and statistical support systems.
This investment has been renamed from EES to           $1.4   $1.2   $1.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.4
Compliance to better represent the broader
business activities. The Establishment Evaluation
System (EES) is an automated tracking system
used by the Center for Drug Evaluation and
Research (CDER) and the Office of Regulatory
Affairs (ORA) compliance programs to track the
status of establishments associated with
applications for drugs submitted for Food and
Drug Administration (FDA) approval. EES also
provides a mechanism for maintaining
Prescription Drug User Fee Act (PDUFA)
deadlines associated with the drug applications.
Food Safety Postmarket Surveillance and                $0.7   $0.8   $0.7   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.4
Compliance (FSPSC) supports the CFSAN goal to
reduce the health risks associated with food and
cosmetic products by preventing human exposure
to hazards, monitoring product quality, and
correcting problems that are identified. Agency
strategic processes involved are receiving and
analyzing inspection reports, registrations, product
listings, experience reports, events, and product
surveillance/compliance data to assess safety
issues and develop and implement mitigation
strategies.Safety program encompasses the
The Drug                                               $2.9   $2.9   $2.3   $1.8   $0.0   $0.0   $1.1
Adverse Event Reporting System (AERS) along
with all systems that rely on AERS data or
functionality. AERS remains the foundation of this
program and was reported as a major system in
the FY04 Exhibit 53. Related systems include:
electronic submissions (eSub), DataMart,
Electronic MedWatch, and Safety Data Mining. All
of the functionality will be described as Drug
Safety unless specificity of the system is more
appropriate. The Drug Safety investment captures
and manages all post-market drug adverse event
reporting. Functionality includes a central
repository of drug adverse event reports, the
ability to analyze trends for medical errors, drug
interactions, historical analysis for the new drug
review process, and mandatory and voluntary
adverse event reporting for the public, medical
personnel, and the pharmaceutical industry.
FACTS provides automated support for the daily         $2.0   $2.9   $0.7   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $2.1
operations of ORA Field Offices and
Headquarters. FACTS allows for managed
application reviews, federal/state partnerships,
workload management, investigative, compliance,
and analytical operations, quality assurance and
other critical initiatives. FACTS supports an
electronic interface between the FDA and the
states. FACTS provides collaboration, data
sharing and paperwork reduction between Federal
and state agencies. FACTS supports the FDA
strategic goal of efficient Risk Management and
the Secretary’s priorities tied to strengthening
management and responding to Bioterrorism and
other public heath emergencies. In FY07, any
new FACTS functionality will be incorporated in
ORA’s MARCS, UPI 009-10-01-02-01-0206-00-
FARM provides information management tools for            $0.9   $1.0   $0.7   $0.3   $0.3   $0.1   $0.7
food additive petition reviewers to maximize
productivity. FARM expedites the petition review
process and subsequent safety decisions. It also
helps FDA perform associated activities such as
responding and managing Freedom of Information
requests and correspondence. FARM is a
comprehensive image-based electronic document
management and workflow automation system. All
paper and electronic documents are converted to
standard formats and stored in a well-organized
electronic document management system. Each
reviewer will be able to retrieve documents at their
desks using a combination of attribute and full-text
search capabilities supported by a thesaurus
maintaining nomenclature control.
MPRIS supports implementation of the                      $2.9   $3.0   $3.0   $0.6   $0.6   $0.6   $2.3
Mammography Quality Standards Act (MQSA).
MPRIS is envisioned as a centralized repository of
information that (1) will improve the quality of
mammography; (2) improves the quality, reliability,
integrity, and accessibility of facility certification,
inspection, and compliance data (3) improves the
efficiency of the processes for handling facility
information by eliminating the manual processing
and redundant data maintenance (4) permits
accurate tracking and monitoring of a facility’s
accreditation, certification, inspection, and
compliance history; and (5) builds a flexible and
secure system capable of effectively supporting
future changes in data requirements and the
expansion in data communications. postmarket
Once medical devices are marketed,                        $0.6   $0.6   $1.6   $0.5   $0.6   $0.8   $0.1
activities are initiated to assure that devices
continue to be safe and effective. CDRH gathers
and analyzes data reported from manufacturers,
user facilities, distributors, healthcare
professionals, and voluntary reporters regarding
adverse events associated with medical devices.
A major component of the CDRH Postmarket
Systems is the Manufacturer and User Device
Experience (MAUDE) system. MAUDE has been
modified to accommodate MedWatch reporting
and final reporting requirements of the
1991Medical Device Reporting regulation.
Additional postmarket investments include
tracking and trending of device recalls, root
causes, inspections of firms, and follow-up
The implementation of device approval.
studies after premarketRES provides the Distict           $0.6   $0.5   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.6
and Centers with a centralized, Agency-wide
recall database. RES provides the public with
access to timely recall information via the FDA
web site, and includes information that provides
detailed guidance for industry regarding
developing and providing the district with
background recall information. In FY05, new
functionality will be incorporated in ORA’s
MARCS, UPI 009-10-01-02-01-0206-00-110-032.
In FY06 RES will be running in steady state mode,
as part of ORA/OIT's realignment to the MARCS
program.
CAERS is a technologically advanced postmarket        $1.2   $1.5   $1.1   $0.7   $1.0   $0.6   $0.6
surveillance system for tracking and analyzing
adverse event reports involving foods, cosmetics,
infant formula, and dietary supplements. CAERS
replaced a patchwork of adverse event systems
that were maintained by individual Offices within
CFSAN and not interoperable with other Center,
Agency and Federal systems. The Agency uses
CAERS as a monitoring tool to identify potential
public health issues and risks to citizens from
CFSAN regulated products in the marketplace.
Information from consumers, healthcare providers,
and others is managed by CAERS assisting the
FDA in the formulation and dissemination of
postmarketing policies and procedures (e.g.,
Ephedra).Unified Registration and Listing System,
The FDA                                               $8.3   $8.9   $8.7   $0.1   $4.2   $3.9   $8.2
when fully implemented, will be the single system
supporting all FDA regulatory programs in the
registration and listing of facilities and products
regulated by FDA as required by law. FURLS
currently supports the requirements of the
Bioterrorism Act of 2002 (PL 107-188) as it relates
to Food Facility Registration, and provides
infrastructure and account management for Prior
Notice of Food Shipments into the United States.
This investment includes the paper process
mandated by law which allows facilities throughout
the world equal access to register with the FDA
regardless of internet accessibility.
The BSE Inspection Results System is a module         $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0
in ORA’s FACTS which implements a repository of
checklist data for information on the “Report of
Inspection for Compliance with 21 CFR
589.2000”, the BSE Checklist, for firms known to,
or likely to handle prohibited protein for animal
feed. Both legacy checklist data and currently
gathered data from ORA field and State
inspections are maintained, along with
inspectional status and a BSE risk identified used
to identify firms in the BSE inspection program.
RDLS is a database combining Establishment            $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
Registration and Medical Device Listing
information, providing a foundation for CDRH
Premarket and Postmarket Systems. Currently,
manufacturers submit paper documentation,
which is entered and stored in the RDLS
databases. RDLS was once a separate system
and reported as such on the Exhibit 53. Spending
in FY05 is reported under FDA/CDRH "Central
Support Systems". This change occurred because
of the minimal resources being spent on
maintenance of this 15-year old paper-based
system, its crosscutting nature, and the fact that
all development will be consolidated in FY06
under the FDA Unified Registration and Listing
System (FURLS).
The Portal project is a multi-phased effort that will   $0.2   $1.4   $0.0   $0.0   $1.2   $0.0   $0.2
use Oracle Portal Software to create an
environment where uses can, with a single sign-
on access multiple FDA systems. In future
phases, the Portal will become an environment
where field staff responsible for review of imports
will have additional support for this critical health
and safety mission. These include: enhanced
workflow; immediate display of critical import
alerts and other decision support information;
information availability targeted to meet the needs
of compliance decision-makers. In FY05, this
project is included within ORA’s MARCS, UPI 009-
10-01-02-01-0206-00-110-032.
Several small projects that support NCTR.               $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
The Multi-Generation Support System (MGSS) is           $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
a multi-generational data collection system which
will support studies designed to investigate the
role potential toxigens may play in human health.
Functional requirements of the software include
ability to collect data on adult animals, data on
progeny of those animals from birth to adulthood,
and data regarding the relationships of ancestor
and progeny through any number of generations.
The Multi-Generation Support System (MGSS)
enhances NCTR’s ability to conduct fundamental
research as well as to conduct research in the
bioinformatics area (particularly genomics and
proteomics). Money for this investment has been
rolled into the Research Support investment and
will not be listed separately. System (OPAS) is
The On-line Program Analysis                            $0.3   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.3
a software application that extracts critical data
from two data sources in ORA and performs
computations on the data extracted to answer
questions for planning purposes. OPAS provides
statistical information for tracking and monitoring
performance goals. In 2005, OPAS functionality
will be incorporated into ORA’s Reporting Analysis
Decision Support System, UPI 009-10-01-02-01-
1040-00-111-033.
The ORA Field Work Force Planning System                $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
(FWFPS) is used for staffing each region, district
and laboratory so that the positions and FTE
ceilings represent the resource distribution that is
consistent both nationwide and with the
Congressional Budget. It summarizes the year’s
plan targets for inspections, sample collections
and analyses, and other import and domestic
regulatory activities that support FDA’s five budget
programs. It is necessary for each field
organization to keep track of operational activity
targets. Resources are planned in more than 150
program categories for field laboratory and
investigational staff. Each of these programs has
differing standard timeframes and may call for
multiple field operations by differing field position
classes. The ORA Field Work Force Planning
System makes it possible for ORA to accomplish
The Office of Regulatory Affairs (ORA) has two          $0.0   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0
primary business needs for this project. The first is
management of ORA policy and procedure
documents as internally required by ORA's quality
management system. The second is management
of electronic ORA work documents subject to
information disclosure requests as required by the
Electronic Freedom of Information Act (EFOIA).
ORA finds that the volume of procedural and work
documents and the need for their accuracy,
consistent control, and availability is burdensome
if not impossible to achieve without a uniform IT
solution. By providing controlled storage, retrieval,
and archiving of documents, an electronic
document control system (EDCS) would increase
work efficiency and reduce errors and liabilities.
By providing control over development of
documents, an EDCS would improve quality,
timeliness and communications by eliminating the
need to manually move paperwork between
reviewing sites. By uniformly categorizing and
segregating documents, the redacted renditions
required by EFOIA and other information
Small contracted projects contains investments to       $0.6   $0.6   $0.6   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3
develop a Documentum-based document
management system, to research methodologies
to communicate between Documentum and a
transactional database, implementation of
workflows to standardize work processes, and
XML implementation of document maps.
The BOND investment consists of CBER OIM                $0.7   $0.8   $0.5   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.8
crosscutting personnel involved in multiple project
development as well as several small individual
projects supporting CBER management needs.
Systems included in this investment are: CBER
Regulatory Meetings Tracking System (CRMTS),
On-Line Analytical Processing (OLAP), Document
Tracking System (DTS), Counter Terrorism Level
of Effort Reporting (CTLOE), Resource Reporting
system (RRS), Procurement Inventory Tracking
System (PITS), and Division of Planning,
Evaluation and Budget (DPEB) Applications.
These are projects which programs have                  $1.6   $0.0   $0.0   $0.8   $0.0   $0.0   $0.8
developed within their areas to accommodate
workflow and date storage. These small projects
are nominal in cost and require very little
dedicated human resources.
PRISM is intended to be an Agency-wide                  $0.4   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
procurement system that will allow for electronic
preparation and placement of contracts and
purchase orders. The system will streamline and
simplify purchasing processes, speed up
processes due to parallel processing, reduce the
amount of FTE spent creating and tracking
procurement documentation. The integration
between PRISM, PeopleSoft Asset Manager and
the FDA General Ledger will result in increased
data quality.
The FDA MDI Security system is a state of the art     $1.7   $1.7   $2.6   $0.5   $0.5   $1.8   $1.2
controlled access system which is comprised of
card access, intrusion alarms, maps, alarm points
for over 70 FDA facilities nationwide, emergency
call numbers, guard tours and is monitored 24
hours a day by a contract guard force located at
7500 Standish Place, Rockville, MD.
The Agency Information Management System              $0.6   $0.7   $0.6   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.6
(AIMS) initiative is a web-based Oracle database
application that is integrated with Documentum’s e-
content software for the management of
documents, Documentum’s record management
software for management of the FDA NARA
approved Records Retention schedule and
Business Objects report tools for end-user report
creation. AIMS resides in the FDA Intranet
resource domain and is accessible to all FDA
staff, where appropriate, who have access to the
FDA Intranet. AIMS includes an extranet server
that provides use of several AIMS modules to the
Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
(CMS). The extranet server will become part of
the HHS.NET infrastructure when completed to
provide access to all HHS operating divisions to
all AIMS modules. AIMS maintains electronic
comment and registration applications on the
Internet for public commenting and registration to
DERS is a database application for recording,         $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.2
tracking, and disposing submissions received
from the regulated industry and other reporters in
compliance with regulations to provide regular and
special reports on adverse events, marketing
statistics, current labeling, and promotional
materials. DERS implements the post-marketing
surveillance process by maintaining detailed
information on: status of the review of the DER,
personnel assigned to the review, location, and
completion dates. DERS implements an on-line
review interface, generates draft letters, and
archives final letters. manages the Enterprise
(ASAP/EASE) ASAP                                      $2.0   $2.1   $2.0   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $2.0
Administrative Support Environment (EASE),
which provides all FDA employees desktop
access to an integrated Agency-wide system of
automated administrative processes and
reporting. EASE electronically exchanges data
with DHHS personnel and payroll systems and
with many FDA systems. By eliminating manual
processing, allowing administrative personnel and
supervisors to work electronically from their
desktops, sharing data among administrative
processes, and using centralized relational
database technology and telecommunications,
EASE increases the speed and accuracy and
decreases the cost and effort with which
administrative actions are initiated, tracked,
audited, routed, reported, measured, archived,
SCIENCE FIRST is a web-based knowledge                 $0.5    $0.5    $0.5   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3    $0.3
management system that enhances the FDA’s
science base and helps FDA meet its regulatory
obligations under FDAMA by collecting and
organizing data necessary to protect the public
health. The system provides the ability to optimize
knowledge management of scientific resources
among the centers and to facilitate communication
among the scientific community. One of the major
impacts is to bring together geographically
dispersed information sources. SCIENCE FIRST
serves as a central information source for
scientific information that ranges from simple
seminar postings to complex FDA toxicology and
carcinogenicity relational databases.
Travel Manager is an off-the-shelf product for         $1.1    $0.0    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $1.2
planning, authorizing, budgeting, monitoring,
reimbursing, and reporting on employee and non-
employee travel activities. It combines automated
travel regulations, government forms generation
and electronic document processing, into a
powerful, easy-to-use software service. Simple
and paperless, it incorporates the latest
regulations and per diem rates for full government
compliance. Travel data is retained for standard or
customized management reports. It creates a
seamless stream of documents into FDA’s
accounting system, eliminating the most time-
consuming database application for recording,
STARS is asteps in the travel process.                 $0.7    $0.7    $0.7   $0.5   $0.5   $0.5    $0.2
tracking, and disposing submissions received
from the regulated industry in support of new
animal drug applications. STARS implements the
CVM pre-marketing review and approval process
by maintaining detailed information on: status of
the submission, personnel assigned to the review,
location, due dates, and time spent in review.
STARS provides reviewers with a prioritized list of
review assignments based on due date, provides
managers, contains a history of the review
process, and includes the location of electronic
submissions.
The NPDB, which began operations in 1990,             $20.0   $19.7   $19.7   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $20.0
contains adverse licensure action reports on
physicians and dentists (including revocations,
suspensions, reprimands, censures, probations,
and surrenders for quality of care purposes only);
adverse clinical privilege actions against
physicians and dentists; adverse professional
society membership actions against physicians
and dentists; and medical malpractice payments
made for the benefit of any health care
practitioner. The HIPDB collects and discloses to
authorize entities information on health care
related civil judgments and criminal convictions,
adverse licensure and certification actions,
exclusions from health care programs, and other
adjudicated actions taken against health care
providers, suppliers and practitioners.
The National Organ Procurement and                       $1.0    $1.0    $1.0    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $1.0
Transplantation Network (OPTN) system's primary
function is matching donated organs to recipients.
It is the only system in the country that serves this
function for heart, lung, liver, pancreas, intestine,
and kidney transplants.
 The HRSA (HEAL) Program information system              $0.5    $0.5    $0.5    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.5
is comprised of a comprehensive database that is
used to monitor and track HEAL borrowers, loans,
program schools, lenders, litigation, and claims
data.
HRSA PrimeCare will be the primary integrated            $1.6    $1.2    $1.2    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $1.6
data system for the Bureau of Primary Health
Care program activities.
The HRSA Scientific Registry Transplantation             $0.9    $0.9    $0.9    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.9
Recipients has the responsibility of providing
analytic support and research to the Organ
Procurement and Transplantation Network (the
Board and all of its committees).
HRSA IT Human Resources Management                       $2.7    $3.0    $3.0    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $2.7
provides for the Federal staff required to manage
Agency IT resources to meet programmatic
requirements
HRSA E-PIMS is a consolidation of four (4)               $3.6    $4.4    $4.2    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $3.6
internal program management information
systems: Title V Information System,
Comprehensive Performance Management
System, Uniform Data System(UDS), AIDS Drug
Assistance Program (ADAP) and HIV/AIDS
CADR.
 HRSA e-HAB provides the Bureau with program             $1.4    $0.4    $0.0    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $1.4
information and data collected through grants
management activities.
The HRSA IT Program planning and business                $4.6    $4.1    $4.0    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $4.6
operations support HRSA's application specific
business requirements, addresses the
requirements of PEA, E-Gov Act, and Clinger-
Cohen Act, includes Agency website
management, and geospatial datawarehouse
management.
The Resource and Management Patient System              $34.4   $36.2   $38.3   $11.6   $4.7   $4.9   $22.8
(RPMS) is a distributed electronic hospital
information system that is designed to enhance
the ability of Indian Health Service (IHS), Tribal,
and Urban facilities throughout the United States
to provide high quality healthcare by providing
accurate, timely, and comprehensive clinical and
administrative information to local healthcare
providers and program managers and by providing
information at the regional and national levels
required by IHS to administer its programs. The
ultimate purpose is improved health status of
American Indian/Alaska Native patients. RPMS
supports 12 regional areas, including 543 clinics
and 49 hospitals.
NPIRS is designed to provide a broad range of          $5.6   $6.8   $6.8   $0.8   $1.0   $1.0   $4.8
clinical and administrative information to
managers at all levels of the Indian health system
to allow them to better manage individual patients,
local facilities, regional and national programs and
to allow IHS Management to provide legislatively
required reports to the Administration and
Congress. The National Data Warehouse (NDW)
project was initiated to upgrade NPIRS to a new,
state-of-the-art, enterprise-wide data warehouse
environment.
Integrated Contracts Expert (ICE) fully automates      $2.1   $2.1   $2.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $2.1
the procurement process for simplified
acquisitions and contracts. The processes
automated include: procurement request, route
for approvals, requests processing, contract
document creation, administration and
management of contract and purchase orders,
tracking and reporting
 Reference reagent products inventory, ordering,       $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
and accounting system. Supports CDC's national
and international customers (the public health
laboratory infrastructure) by providing reference
reagents.
 The system creates & processes Federal travel         $0.1   $0.1   $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2   $0.1
orders & vouchers for all CDC/ATSDR employees
& guests.
 This is an agency-wide tracking & reporting           $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
system of all costs incurred in performing the
Public Health Assessments at the Superfund &
other Federal hazardous waste sites. The system
provides documentation for EPA court action
against the polluters.
This investment will be retired the end of FY2005.     $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
The system functions as a Labware products
inventory, sales ordering system, & accounting
system. It is important because it supports CDC's
national & international customers by providing
the Labware to the various Labs.
 IRIS is a comprehensive project planning &            $0.8   $0.7   $0.8   $0.6   $0.4   $0.4   $0.2
resource management system designed to
integrate program & administrative data.
 Laboratory accounting system related to animal        $0.1   $0.2   $0.2   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1
records.
The NIP VODS Project was initiated to determine        $3.0   $2.5   $1.4   $2.0   $1.5   $0.6   $1.0
how the NIP business process that culminates in
the delivery of vaccine materiel to providers who
are certified to administer vaccines to eligible
children, teens and adults can be supported more
effectively and to implement the changes that are
necessary.
 The system automates processing payroll & tax         $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
information for Visiting Fellows & EIS Officers who
are paid at the end of each month. In addition tax
information is stored for transmission to the IRS.
 System is a subledger accounting application that     $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
assists in the tracking of reimbursable agreements
and maintaining necessary GL balances related to
revenue, collections, obligations, funding,
undelivered orders, expenditures.
 BIOS provides CDC laboratorians with a                  $0.1    $0.1    $0.1    $0.1    $0.0    $0.0   $0.0
mechanism for reviewing the Biological Products
Catalog and ordering with custom packaging.
 The Financial Management Office (FMO) at CDC            $0.2    $0.0    $0.0    $0.1    $0.0    $0.0   $0.1
is proud to offer eCode as a tool to provide useful
Financial Codebook information more reliably and
more efficiently.
 The TB Lead System is a CDC-wide portfolio of           $0.1    $0.2    $0.2    $0.1    $0.1    $0.1   $0.1
all TB related projects. It is primarily used by
NCHSTP to monitor the funding of TB projects
and respond to congressional inquiries related to
TB spending.
Budget applications used to setspending ceilings,        $1.1    $0.8    $0.7    $0.6    $0.5    $0.5   $0.5
track obligations, make projections and generate
detailed and summary financial reports. Other
smaller administrative support systems have been
added to this project for NCHSTP.
 The TOPS Accounting System complies with the            $2.1    $0.4    $0.4    $2.1    $0.0    $0.0   $0.0
Federal government's Reform 88 initiative for
modernization of financial systems.
 Provides reports and calculates allocated               $0.3    $0.3    $0.3    $0.2    $0.2    $0.2   $0.1
overhead by project across programs using IRIS
data. System to report on approval workflow and
clearances for center contracts
Web-based Replacement for the Glassware                  $0.2    $0.2    $0.2    $0.2    $0.2    $0.2   $0.0
system. Currently in the planning stages.
This system is COTS software package in                  $0.4    $0.3    $0.3    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $0.4
response to Federal Government needs in the
area of Purcahse (Credit) Card management.
MACCS automates the logging, tracking, and
obligation of CDC's IMPAC program credit card
transactions. The MACCS project at CDC is a
partnership between FMO, PGO, and IRMO.
Helps local, state, and federal public health            $1.7    $2.3    $1.9    $0.1    $0.6    $0.1   $1.6
officials report and discuss outbreaks, and other
health events particularly those suggestive of
bioterrorism as they are identified, investigated,
and reported.
The National Electronic Disease Surveillance            $13.5   $13.5   $13.5   $11.8   $11.5   $11.5   $1.7
System (NEDSS) and the electronic
communications systems tie together the current
myriad, separate systems used for public health
surveillance (at the Federal and state levels) into a
comprehensive solution that facilitates the efficient
collection, analysis, and use of data and the
sharing of computer software solutions across
disease-specific program areas. Further, the
system uses the Internet for the dissemination of
important information on the practice of public
health.
The NEPHTN deals specifically with non-                  $2.1    $3.5    $2.8    $2.1    $3.5    $2.8   $0.0
infectious diseases and other health effects that
may be associated with environmental exposures.
Health effects may include: birth defects,
developmental disabilities, asthma and chronic
respiratory disease, cancer, and neurological
diseases
When fully operational, PHIN will provide CDC         $10.0   $10.0   $10.0   $10.0   $10.0   $9.0   $0.0
and the Nation with integrated, essential public
health information systems in support of early
detection, surveillance and monitoring, outbreak
management, countermeasure administration,
secure communication, and knowledge
management and information dissemination to
counter national civilian public health threats.
FFIMS is a tool to aid scientists at ATSDR in          $1.2    $0.9    $0.9    $0.8    $0.1   $0.1   $0.4
collecting, managing, and analyzing data
originating outside the agency. Its primary use is
as an investigative system to aid in public health
assessments at specific sites. It has been most
useful in the collection and analysis of voluminous
environmental sampling data from federal
hazardous waste sites.
The system lists persons (general population) with     $2.0    $2.3    $2.3    $1.6    $1.9   $1.9   $0.4
documented exposure to select hazardous
substances (Superfund related). All adverse
health outcomes are monitored prospectively.
Retrospective identification of adverse health
outcomes (usually verified by medical records) is
also part of individual records.
This investment consists of a national network of      $0.5    $0.4    $0.4    $0.0    $0.0   $0.0   $0.5
public health laboratories that perform DNA
fingerprinting on food-borne bacteria.
VAERS serves as the cornerstone of the vaccine         $0.6    $0.7    $0.7    $0.1    $0.5   $0.4   $0.5
safety monitoring system in the United States. It
functions as a national passive surveillance
system that allows CDC and FDA to monitor
vaccine safety as mandated by the National
Childhood Vaccine Injury Act of 1986.
This investment links molecular fingerprinting and     $0.2    $2.0    $2.0    $0.2    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
epidemiological information related to human
caliciviruses for research and investigations.
This investment is a sub-group of the PHIN             $2.2    $2.8    $2.9    $2.2    $2.8   $2.9   $0.0
infrastructure, and is in support of bioterrorism,
and is an integrted network of public health and
clinical laboratories that provides laboratory
diagnostics and disseminated testing capacity to
support public health preparedness and response
to an act of bioterrorism. This also includes the
security and restricted website for the LRN
laboratorians.
eHARS (Evaluation-HARS)is replacing the current        $1.1    $1.1    $0.6    $1.1    $0.6   $0.0   $0.0
HARS system in ten project areas funded for
HIV/AIDS evaluation with about 27 actual physical
locations. The system will implement eight
evaluation protocols, including evaluation of coded
identifiers, whcih cannot be accomplished through
the current HARS system. eHARS also identifies
significant and emerging HIV transmission.
The purpose of this contract is to provide a            $2.4   $3.2   $3.2   $2.4   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
unified, full range of health information services
across all communication channels or touch
points by employing a customer “contact center”
approach. Operations include the staffing and
management of necessary customer service
representative (CSR) support, utilizing contact
center standard operation procedures,
establishment of contact center facilities, and the
implementation of the information technology
infrastructure required to support systems and
communication needs. Congressional
Provides data/reports for                               $1.2   $1.3   $1.3   $1.2   $0.5   $0.3   $0.1
testimonies, annual reports, answers questions
from the public, management purposes. The
system is important to CDC/ATSDR because it is
the most comprehensive database of work being
performed in ATSDR. It not only provides
management information, but it also provides
scientific information related to the Public Health
Assessments, Toxicological Profiles, & Records of
Activities performed at ATSDR.
CDC WONDER is being retired at the end of               $0.9   $1.0   $1.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.9
FY2004.
The NEDSS STD PAM will be integrated with the           $1.1   $1.1   $1.1   $1.1   $1.1   $1.1   $0.0
NEDSS Base System to incorporate disease
specific (STD) data and processes. When
developed and implemented, the STD PAM will
replace STD*MIS in those locations that
implement the NEDSS Base System.
This investment is a sub system of the PHIN             $3.0   $3.6   $4.0   $3.0   $3.6   $4.0   $0.0
infrastructure. STARRS is the enterprise system
for specimen managment. The system is
designed to track specimens and results for
reporting to the CDC community and public health
partners.
This investment is a sub system of the PHIN             $2.6   $3.0   $3.3   $2.6   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
infrastructure. The ECTP provides CDC programs
to operate in a tightly integrated, scure fashion
with external partners. The facilities establish web-
based conferencing, joint management and
execution of projects, including file sharing,
workflow management, synchronous and
asynchronous discussion, routine notifications and
emergency alerts.
Investment collects electronic manifest data from       $0.1   $1.8   $1.1   $0.1   $1.8   $1.1   $0.0
conveyances to be used for contact tracing.
STAR LIMS is a commercial off the shelf (COTS)          $1.5   $1.9   $1.0   $1.5   $1.9   $0.6   $0.0
laboratory management systems that are used for
management of the National Center for Infectious
Diseases laboratories.
The informatics and infrastructure support for          $2.8   $3.6   $3.9   $2.9   $3.6   $3.9   $0.0
multiple systems within the DEOC including call
tracking, incident management, outbreak
management, and computer IT support.
PEMS is a replacement for the current HIV               $5.1   $6.7   $1.8   $5.1   $5.2   $0.5   $0.0
evaluation systems. This new system replaces
narrative progress reports and non-standardized,
aggregate data reports with a robust system for
program evaluation and monitoring that includes
reporting requirements, standardized data
variables, associated protocols, manuals, and
tools. It will be used to provide the data necessary
to analyze and assess the processes and effects
of HIV prevention programs. This analysis and
assessment will help CDC promulgate the best
practices, to redesign interventions that are
inefficient or ineffective in preventing HIV, and to
identify grantees that need assistance to better
deliver effective prevention programs.
 This investment represents systems providing           $0.5   $0.5   $0.5   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.4
electronic capabilities for gathering, storing,
manipulating and disseminating valuable data for
public health monitoring activities in support of
occupational safety and health.
 This investment represents systems providing           $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
electronic capabilities for gathering, storing,
manipulating and disseminating valuable data for
public health monitoring activities in support of the
Office of the Director.
 This investment represents systems providing           $0.5   $0.5   $0.6   $0.4   $0.2   $0.3   $0.1
electronic capabilities for gathering, storing m
manipulating and disseminating valuable data for
public health monitoring activities in support of
ATSDR.
 This investment provides electronic capabilities       $3.9   $5.5   $4.4   $0.2   $0.4   $0.4   $3.7
for gathering,storing, manipulating and
disseminating valuable data for public health
monitoring activities supporting birth defects,
development disabilities, disabilities and health.
 This investment provides support for research in       $0.8   $0.8   $0.8   $0.6   $0.5   $0.4   $0.2
chronic disease prevention and health promotion.
This IT Investment is in support of CDCs business       $1.0   $0.9   $0.9   $0.7   $0.6   $0.5   $0.3
line/functional domain, Public Health
Communications for Chronic Disease Prevention
and Health Promotion.
This investment provides Public Health services in      $1.4   $1.5   $1.5   $1.3   $1.1   $1.0   $0.2
support of Chronic Disease Prevention and Health
Promotion.
 This investment represents systems providing           $3.0   $3.3   $3.1   $2.0   $2.4   $1.8   $1.0
electronic capabilities for gathering, storing,
manipulating and disseminating valuable data for
public health monitoring activities in support of
chronic disease prevention and health promotion.
 This investment provides research support for          $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
HIV/AIDS, STD and TB Prevention.
 This IT Investment is in support of CDCs               $0.2   $0.1   $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
business line/functional domain, Public Health
Communications in C/I/O Epi Services and
Response.
 This investment provides public health services in     $0.7   $0.4   $0.3   $0.2   $0.1   $0.0   $0.4
support of HIV/AIDS, STD & TB Prevention.
 This investment represents sysems providing            $0.5   $0.7   $0.7   $0.2   $0.1   $0.1   $0.4
electronic capabilities for gathering, storing,
manipulating and disseminating valuable data for
public health monitoring activities in support of
environmental health.
This investment represents systems providing          $1.8   $1.9   $2.0   $0.5   $0.6   $0.6   $1.3
electronic capabilities for gathering, storing,
manipulating and disseminating valuable data for
public health monitoring activities for
epidemiologic services and research.
 This IT Investment is in support of CDCs             $0.8   $0.2   $0.2   $0.7   $0.2   $0.2   $0.1
business line/functional domain, Public Health
Communications for budget line item HIV/AIDS,
STD & TB Prevention.
 This investment provides public health services in   $4.0   $4.1   $4.1   $3.8   $3.8   $3.6   $0.2
support of infectious disease control.
 This investment provides public health services in   $0.4   $0.5   $0.7   $0.4   $0.5   $0.7   $0.0
support of occupational safety and health.
 This IT Investment is in support of CDCs             $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0
business line/functional domain, Public Health
Communications for Immunization.
 This investment represents systems providing         $3.9   $4.2   $3.9   $0.8   $0.9   $0.9   $3.1
electronic capabilities for gathering, storing,
manipulating and disseminating valuable data for
public health monitoring activities in support of
HIV/AIDS, STD & TB Prevention.
 This investment represents systems providing         $0.9   $0.8   $0.8   $0.3   $0.2   $0.2   $0.6
electronic capabilities for gathering, storing,
manipulating and disseminating valuable data for
public health research activities in support of
public health improvement.
 This IT Investment is in support of CDCs             $0.4   $0.5   $0.5   $0.3   $0.4   $0.5   $0.1
business line/functional domain, Public Health
Communications for Infectious Diseases Control.
 This investment represents systems providing         $0.5   $0.3   $0.3   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.4
electronic capabilities for gathering, storing,
manipulating and disseminating valuable data for
public health monitoring activities in support of
immunizations.
 This IT Investment is in support of CDCs             $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
business line/functional domain, Public Health
Communciations.
 This investment provides public health services in   $0.6   $0.6   $0.6   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.6
support of the Office of the Director.
 This investment represents systems providing         $5.0   $4.3   $4.3   $3.0   $1.8   $1.6   $2.0
electronic capabilities for gathering, storing,
manipulating and disseminating valuable data for
public health monitoring activities for infectious
disease control.
 This IT Investment is in support of CDCs             $0.7   $0.7   $0.7   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3
business line/functional domain, Public Health
Communications for Occupational Safety &
Health.
 This investment represents systems providing         $0.8   $0.5   $0.1   $0.6   $0.4   $0.0   $0.1
electronic capabilities for gathering, storing,
manipulating and disseminating valuable data for
public health monitoring activities in support of
injury prevention and control.
 This investment represents systems providing         $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
electronic capabilities for gathering, storing,
manipulating and disseminating valuable data for
public health monitoring activities in support of
public health improvement.
This IT Investment is in support of CDCs business     $2.5   $2.6   $3.2   $1.8   $2.3   $1.2   $0.7
line/functional domain, Public Health
Communications in the Information Resources
Management Office, OD.
The Health Alert Network (HAN) is a nationwide          $0.5    $0.5    $0.5    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $0.5
information and communications platform for the
rapid dissemination of supportive and
informational materials on public health threats
and emergencies. HAN disseminates a broad
range of information such as health alerts,
educational materials, and updates through a
cascading array of communication systems – from
federal to state to local to clinicians. HAN
facilitates the development of this core
communication capacity within partner
organizations. significantly improve the nation's
An initiative to                                       $18.0   $30.5   $30.5   $18.0   $25.1   $25.1   $0.0
capabilities for early detection of a bioterrorism
event in the US through public health surveillance
activities focused on prediagnostic indicators of
disease in population through syndromic
surveillance.
A national database of regulated entities for the       $7.5    $7.4    $6.9    $6.1    $4.4    $4.1   $1.5
Select Agent Program that includes: names and
locations of registered persons; the listed agents
and toxins such persons possess, use or transfer;
and, characterization of such agents and toxins.
The information contained in the national
database is classified “secret” and will be
safeguarded as appropriate. In addition to the
development and maintenance of SATERIS, a
Continuation of Operations Plan will be developed
and maintained. The fully functional system will
include a web-application process for submittal of
information from the regulated entities and an
electronic document management system for
document control and archival. of the PHIN
This investment is a sub system                         $2.2    $2.2    $2.7    $2.2    $0.0    $2.7   $0.0
infrastructure. An internet-based system to collect
data on measures of healthcare quality affecting
patients and healthcare personnel from U.S.
healthcare institutions.
This investment is a sub system of the PHIN             $3.2    $3.3    $3.6    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $3.2
infrastructure. Field-deployable application that
can be used in data collection for emergency
response events, includes patient demographics,
travel, vaccination, contact tracing, and data
extension capabilities. Application is available for
use with or without Internet connectivity.
System previously reported as the CDC PHIN: Pre-        $2.2    $2.8    $3.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $2.2
Event Vacccination System-Smallpox (PVS)
System System used for vaccination
administration support for the Smallpox
Vaccination program. includes patient
demographics, vaccnation history and current
vaccination information, take response, and
integration to active surveillance and reporting and
analysis.
This investment provides public health services in      $0.6    $0.7    $0.4    $0.6    $0.1    $0.4   $0.0
support of public health improvement.
 This IT Investment is in support of CDCs               $1.1    $1.7    $1.6    $0.1    $0.6    $0.6   $1.0
business line/functional domain, Public Health
Communications for Public Health Improvement.
This investment provides public health research         $0.2    $0.2    $0.2    $0.2    $0.0    $0.0   $0.0
support for Immunization.
This investment is responsible for collecting,        $7.5   $6.2   $6.1   $1.3   $0.3   $0.0   $6.2
analyzing, and disseminating data on the health of
americans. This includes extensive questionnaire
data, laboratory assessments, and physical
examination data. All major diseases and risk
factors, trends in
prevalence/awareness/treatment/disease control,
risk behaviors, environmental exposures, and the
relationship between diet/health/nutrition are
assessed due to NHANES.
The National Health Interview Survey (NHIS)           $1.9   $2.3   $1.9   $1.0   $0.7   $0.0   $0.9
collects information on health status, health
conditions, health behaviors and risk factors,
utilization of and access to healthcare, socio-
demographic, and economic data. These variables
and the large, nationally representative sample
allows NHIS data to be used to characterize the
level of the entire population plus many subgroups
such as the elderly, women, racial/ethnic
minorities, persons with low income, and persons
without health insurance. This ability to finely
disaggregate data enables policy makers,
researchers, evaluators, interested citizens,
journalists, and other users to address a wide
range of health and welfare-related issues at the
national level. provides the annual IT systems
This investment                                       $3.9   $6.0   $4.6   $2.8   $4.9   $3.4   $1.0
maintenance, upgrading, and development
required in the National Vital Statistics System
(NVSS) to support the Public Health Monitoring
mission of CDC and to accomplish NCHS's
Congressional mandate for an annual production
of vital statistics. This investment also provides
resources needed to develop Electronic Birth and
Death Registration Systems for deployment in
State registration offices, hospitals, funeral
homes, and clinics. This re-engineering effort will
significantly increase the ability of State vital
statistics systems to supply timely, high quality
data to the NVSS, including up-to-date medical
ASTRO is used to receive, and death.
information relating to birth track, ship, maintain   $0.9   $0.9   $0.9   $0.9   $0.9   $0.9   $0.0
an inventory, & provide ad hoc reporting of the
specimen collection at CDC. The system is used
to assure accurate & timely access to specimens
held by CDC.
This investment is a sub system of the PHIN           $2.4   $2.9   $3.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $2.4
infrastructure. TADA provides support to public
health partners as they develop, implement, and
evaluate bioterrorism coopertive agreements.
TADA helps suppor the standards identified in the
copperative agreement's appendix on BT
functions, which are now broadened to support
the Public Health Informaiton Network (PHIN)
architecture.
 This investment represents systems providing         $1.3   $1.3   $1.4   $1.2   $1.1   $1.2   $0.1
electronic capabilities for gathering, storing,
manipulating and disseminating valuable data for
public health monitoring activities in support of
health statistics.
 This investment supports research for Infectious     $0.6   $0.8   $0.8   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.4
Diseases Control.
 This investment supports research for                  $1.4   $0.7   $0.5   $1.2   $0.6   $0.4   $0.2
Occupational Safety and Health.
 This investment supports research for the Office       $2.1   $2.0   $2.7   $0.6   $0.5   $0.6   $1.6
of the Director.
Geographic information systems (GIS), global            $1.5   $1.8   $2.3   $0.6   $0.8   $1.0   $0.9
positioning systems, remotely sensed imagery,
and digital computer technology are tools that can
enable the Agency for Toxic Substances and
Disease Registry (ATSDR) and the Centers for
Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to advance
their mission of protecting public health by locating
health and environmental events spatially.
PHLIS collects Public Health Laboratory                 $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
Surveillance data from approximately 100 sites in
the US. The system allows sites to setup and run
imports allowing them to collect data from their
LIMS systems. PHLIS provides the capacity for a
hierarchical reporting scheme involving data
transmission to multiple, successively higher
reporting levels and ultimately to a single central
site. PHLIS allows sites to create their own
questions and modules for their own independent
disease surveillance activities. PHLIS is designed
to run both as a stand alone PC application, and a
network application allowing users to run the
system concurrently.
 This investment provides public health services in     $0.8   $0.7   $0.4   $0.7   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1
support of the immunization program.
WIZ is a data warehouse used to produce                 $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0
demographic reports for management and send e-
mail alerts to HR staff for data errors.
Linked with IRIS to provide reports to NCCDPHP          $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1
administrative and management staff. Also
provides email volume reports.
 PDL is a Web-based central repository for              $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
position descriptions. The system allows easy
access to position description templates and
existing PDs
 eStaff is used by NCHSTP personnel specialist to       $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
track detailed personnel and organizational
information.
The Web Redesign project has been tasked to             $3.4   $1.7   $1.9   $2.8   $1.2   $0.7   $0.6
develop, based on grounded evidence and
research, a user-centric framework to facilitate the
intuitive finding and accessing of information. This
first phase of the framework entails transforming
the site form an organization-oriented to an
audience-responsive site a huge challenge with
over 1,000 topics areas, 150,000 pages, and a
distributed publishing model within the
organization.
This investment supports programmatic                   $3.6   $3.9   $3.9   $2.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.6
application development. This includes data
management, database management,
configuration management project management,
system integration, quality assurance, etc.
 CDC's Portion of the HHS EHRP                          $0.3   $0.6   $0.4   $0.0   $0.4   $0.3   $0.3
The CAS directly supports the NIH mission by            $0.7    $0.8    $0.8    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $0.7
maintaining all accounting transactions and
providing a wide range of reports that detail
spending within the Agency. The CAS provides
reports to DHHS, the Treasury Department, the
Office of Management and Budget and the Public
Health Service.
The NBS Project will replace the NIH                   $20.4   $21.9   $35.0   $13.0   $14.2   $23.8   $7.5
administrative and financial core operations
systems and is a component of the department-
wide effort of the Health and Human Services’
Unified Financial Management System (UFMS).
Implementation of the NBS will improve the NIH's
ability to satisfy the three categories of financial
management systems requirements mandated by
the FFMIA. These are (1) federal financial
management systems requirements of OMB and
JFMIP; (2) federal accounting standards; and (3)
the United States Standard General Ledger at the
transaction level. The NIH/NBS, a phased
deployment, deployed the general ledger module
and travel manager system as targeted.
 (CC) Activity Based Costing System (ABC)               $0.1    $0.1    $0.1    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $0.1
supports the analysis of resource utilization by
tracking activity measures against budget. Data is
used for budget planning and resource projections
by the Clinical Center and by the NIH Institutes.

The ADB serves the 27 NIH Institutes and Centers        $4.5    $4.8    $4.9    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $4.5
(IC) and the Offices of the Director (OD). It
provides electronic support for a broad range of
NIH business functions/processes including the
purchase, receipt, and payment of goods/services;
tracking/supplying of inventories; service and
supply fund activities; property management;
fellowship tracking and payment; loan repayment.
NIH heavily relies on this system for much of its
business transactions and management
information; the ADB is critical to the daily
operations of NIH.
VSOF is a multi-user integrated database of             $0.2    $0.2    $0.2    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $0.2
financial transactions from the NIH Central
Accounting System used by multiple NIH institutes
and centers to monitor the financial status of the
programs they support.
 This is the system by which Office of Financial        $0.1    $0.2    $0.3    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $0.1
Management (OFM) pays all of NIH's bills.
Viewstar is a front-end to the NIH Administrative
Data Base (ADB).
 (SIMON) tracks and manages grants funding              $0.1    $0.1    $0.1    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $0.1
utilized to assist staff in the management of grant
portfolios.
The Science Tracking and Reporting System is an         $0.2    $0.3    $0.2    $0.2    $0.2    $0.2   $0.1
IMPAC II extension system that allows for
automated Science Area Coding, rules, canned
and ad hoc reporting of National Institute of
Nursing Research (NINR) grants data. The NINR
STARS Support investment is included in this
investment beginning FY04.
Development , enhancement and maintenance of            $0.4    $0.4    $0.3    $0.2    $0.2    $0.2   $0.2
a system used for scientific coding and reporting
of grant data.
The Scientific Emphasis Area (SEA) system is           $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
used to assign scientific emphasis codes to
contracts, grants and research studies for disease
reporting. This system enables better
management of research programs by enabling
program and coverage analysis.
Contract to develop a system to code grants and        $0.0   $0.4   $0.3   $0.0   $0.4   $0.0   $0.0
portions of grants by the various areas of science
that are performed. This will allow the IC to report
on which disease areas are supported with NIBIB
research grants.
The National Library of Medicine (NLM) has a           $5.2   $4.1   $3.7   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $5.2
suite of toxicology and environmental health
information services. TOXLINE is the NLM's
extensive collection of online bibliographic
information. The Toxicology and Environmental
Health Information System has provded for the
increasing need for toxicological and
environmental health information by taking
advantage of new computer and communications
technologies to provide more rapid and effective
access to a wider audience MEDLINE database
The investment supports the                            $3.2   $3.1   $2.8   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $3.2
and MEDLARS activities. It represents the IT
expenses previously reported in MEDLARS
Database Updating and MEDLARS Information
Retrieval (UPI 009-25-01-05-02-0701-00-202-702
and 009-25-01-05-02-0702-00-202-702.
Consumer Health Informatics research. By               $3.6   $3.1   $2.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $3.6
exploring consumer health needs, information-
seeking behavior, and cognitive strategies,
consumer health informatics uses medical
informatics and information technologies to study
methods to develop, organize, integrate, and
deliver accessible health information to
consumers with all levels of health literacy.
The NLM performs extensive research and                $4.3   $3.3   $3.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $4.3
development in the capture, storage, processing,
retrieval, transmission, and display of biomedical
documents and medical imagery, Areas of active
investigation include image compression, image
enhancement, image recognition and
understanding, image transmission, and user
interface design
Multimedia research and development efforts            $2.8   $2.6   $2.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $2.8
concentrate on the engineering of technical
improvements applied to issues such as image
quality and resolution, color fidelity,
transportability, storage and visual communication

NLM performs extensive research in developing          $4.1   $3.5   $3.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $4.1
and advancing infrastructure capabilities such as
high-speed networks, nomadic computing,
network management and improving the quality of
service, security, and data privacy
NLM's website Clinical Trials.gov provides              $3.2   $3.2   $2.9   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $3.2
comprehensive , up-to-date information about
federally and privatelly supported clinical trials
throughout the US and the world.
Clinicaltrials.gov provides patients, family
members, health care professionals, and
members of the public easy access to information
on clinical trials for a wide range of diseases and
conditions.
NLM Unified Medical Language System research            $3.5   $3.0   $2.7   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $3.5
regularly develops and distributes multipurpose
electronic knowledge sources and associated
lexical programs. Products such as the
Metathesaurus, Semantic Network and Specialist
Lexicon are used to enhance patient data, create
digital libraries, retrieve Web and bibliographic
data, apply natural language processing and
improve decision sup[port. The Methathesaurus
represents multiple biomedical vocabularies
organized as concepts in a common format
providing a rich terminology resource in which
terms and vocabularies are linked by meaning.
The Semantic network allows users to investigate
relationships among semantic types and
relationships and retrieve a list of metathesaurus
concepts assigned to a particular semantic type
NLM performs extensive research in developing           $2.3   $1.3   $1.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $2.3
advanced computer technologies to facilitate the
access, storage, and retrieval of biomedical
information.
Entrez is the text-based search and retrieval           $3.8   $3.0   $2.7   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $3.9
system used for the major databases, including
PubMed, Nucleotide and Protein Sequences,
Protein Structures, Complete Genomes,
Taxonomy, and others. Entrez consists of 20
integrated databases developed for searching
nucleotide and protein sequence databases and
related MEDLINE citations.
NLM’s Medline/Pubmed is the most used                   $3.0   $3.0   $2.7   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $3.0
database of peer reviewed medical information in
the world. PubMed is a Web-based retrieval
system developed at the National Library of
Medicine to provide access to the MEDLINE
database of citations and abstracts for journal
articles in the biomedical sciences. PubMed is a
database of bibliographic information drawn
primarily from the life sciences literature. PubMed
contains links to full-text articles at participating
publishers' Web sites as well as links to other
third party sites such as libraries and sequencing
centers. PubMed provides access and links to the
integrated molecular biology databases
maintained by NCBI.
PubMed Central (PMC), is NLM's Web-based                $1.8   $1.0   $0.9   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.8
digital archive of life sciences journal articles
providing barrier-free access of fulltext articles to
the public. PubMed Central offers a new model
for electronic scientific communication and data
retrieval. The value of PubMed Central, in addition
to its role as an archive, lies in what can be done
when data from diverse sources is stored in a
common format in a single repository
NLM's BLAST (Basic Local Alignment Search            $2.6   $2.6   $2.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $2.6
Tool), provides a method for rapid searching of
nucleotide and protein databases. The BLAST
algorithm detects local as well as global
alignments, regions of similarity embedded in
otherwise unrelated proteins can be detected.
Both types of similarity may provide important
clues to the function of uncharacterized proteins.
Sequence alignments provide a powerful way to
compare novel sequences with previously
characterized genes. Both functional and
evolutionary information can be inferred from well
NLM is charged with alignments
designed queries andproviding access to public       $2.8   $2.0   $1.8   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $2.8
data and analysis tools for studying molecular
biology information. It meets these goals by
creating automated systems for storing and
analyzing information about molecular biology and
genetics and performing research into advanced
methods of computer based information
processing. Facilitating the use of databases and
software by researchers and health care
personnel.
NLM is responsible for collecting, managing, and     $3.1   $3.0   $2.7   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $3.1
analyzing human genomic data generated from
the sequencing and genome mapping initiatives of
the public Human Genome Project. NLM plays a
key role in assembling and annotating the human
genome sequence. NLM scientists are engaged
in annotating, or characterizing, the biologically
import area of the genome. Annotation permits
researchers to analyze the data in a systematic,
comprehensive, and consistent manner
NLM’s investigators are developing and               $2.9   $2.0   $1.8   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $2.9
enhancing software tools that will enable gene
discovery. These tools, also freely accessible to
the public, are being used at NLM to assemble,
annotate, and analyze the human genomic
sequence, as well as the genomic sequences of
other model organisms. These sophisticated tools
allow researchers to store, organize, analyze, and
integrate vast quantities of diverse data, such as
DNA and protein sequences, gene and
chromosome maps, and protein structures.
Information derived from these studies has
allowed researchers to make new connections
between seemingly disparate data and to shape
A repository for chemical structure of these data
more biologically meaningful views and assay data    $1.0   $1.0   $0.9   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.0
to enhance research and develop new therapies.
PubChem will integrate into one open database,
information from existing chemical structures
databases at various NIH institutes as well as
data supplied from industryu and academic
centers.
                                                     $3.7   $1.0   $0.9   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $3.7
The FIRST system is a client server application       $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
that provides FIC specific information. Information
on foreign collaborators is collected and linked to
the NIH IMPACII information. The system also
allows FIC scientific coding of projects with FIC
defined coding rules. The system allows reporting
and analysis of the information to help in analysis
and planning of FIC programs.
IT management of FIC staff and resources to           $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.3
support the mission of FIC.
(MIS) is a mainframe based patient order and          $4.1   $4.5   $3.5   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $4.1
results system used by the Clinical Center since
1976. LIS is the mainframe based Laboratory
Information System. The Knowledge Access
Information System (KAOS) is a mainframe based
system. The KAOS system was replaced and is
integrated into the LIS system. The $3.5M figure
should decrease. This reflects scenario if CRIS
does not replace ADT in MIS.
 (ANSOS) is a nurse staffing and scheduling           $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0
system used to plan employee work/leave
schedules, track credentialing/competency and
other employee data, monitor workload
productivity data and manage timekeeping
information...
PACS/RIS is a picture archive communications          $4.1   $4.5   $3.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $4.1
system. RIS is the Radiology information system.
The systems provide digital imaging capabilities.
The web-enabled PACS system allows
physicians to view radiology images throughout
the hospital.
 The category includes small software programs        $1.7   $1.9   $1.9   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.7
for telemedicine efforts, physician credentialing
and protocol tracking programs, PYXIS (a
medication and medical/surgical supply vending
system used in hospitals) machines for dispensing
medications.
Used for services including Computational             $2.0   $2.1   $2.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $2.1
Bioscience and Scientific Computing Services
 Government personnel cost to identify, document,     $1.4   $1.4   $1.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.4
develop, manage, and plan Information
Management/Information Technology
requirements, software, acquisition contracts, and
customer support.
This system consists of server management,            $0.2   $0.2   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0
software development, and testing costs for
Center for Scientific Review (CSR) operational
and management reporting.
 The development of an information system that        $0.2   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0
provides a knowledge base of current Center for
Scientific Review (CSR) personnel and extramural
reviewers and a tool in which to assist in
succession planning, training and recruitment.
The development of tools that facilitate the          $0.5   $0.1   $0.0   $0.3   $0.1   $0.0   $0.1
transportation needs, notification, agenda, and
working materials of Center for Scientific Review
(CSR) meetings.
 The development of systems that support Center       $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
for Scientific Review (CSR) processes that occur
away from the office.
The design and development of information                $2.3   $0.3   $0.3   $1.7   $0.2   $0.3   $0.6
systems that support the peer review processes of
NIH's Center for Scientific Review (CSR).
 Path svcs, embryo-cryo. svcs., acute & intens           $1.1   $1.6   $1.6   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.1
care animal svc incl crit care and lab svcs to
invest/evaluate disease. Procures rsch animals,
does vet surgery and animal nutrit svc., animal
hlth surveill, animal husb svcs and clin vet and
tech svcs.
 Provides IT resources and specialized computer          $0.6   $0.5   $0.5   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.6
services incl document translation, custom rsch
assistance,copies of pubs, negotiates SLAs,
evaluation of IT, assures availability of print
material via automated collection control system.
 Maintain scientific equipment & instrumentation         $0.4   $0.6   $0.6   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.4
services. Maintain scientific equipment &
workstations. Lease scientific equipment. Design
and fabricate custom instruments. Sell scientific
equipment. Stock and sell repair parts and
fabrication materials.
 Provide technical advice, assistance and                $0.5   $1.1   $1.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.5
guidance in radiation safety, and in lab and
worksite safety. Provide occupational medical
service. Manage NIH environmental compliance
activities with all environmental laws &
regulations.
Arrange for printing. Negotiates contracts with          $0.7   $0.9   $0.9   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.7
commercial vendors for printing services.
Reproduces & distributes written material. Provide
photo production svcs Provide graphic design
svcs.
 Provides local and centralized IT resources and         $0.0   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
specialized computer services to perform the
following array of services. Acquires & authorizes
occupancy & use of Federal real property for NIH
& other Federal/non-Federal entities.
Provides specialized computer services to                $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
develop, negotiate, admin, measure, and oversee
the NIH child care use agreements, programs,
facilities; manage travel management; food
services contracts; provide for interpreting
services.
 Provides specialized computer svcs to perform:          $0.0   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
Coords use of alt trans programs. Issues & tracks
NIH parking permits. Manages shuttle contract &
satellite parking facilities; semi-annual reporting to
County & NCPC.
 Provides computer services: historic                    $0.0   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
preservation, plan & design campus infrast,
environ planning. Formulates 5-year FCIP,
updates master plan of NIH facils, Formulate Bldg
& Space prg.
Provides specialized IT services to: provide             $0.3   $0.5   $0.5   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.3
primary conference services, audio, video & other
special equip for the use & operation by users of
ORS-controlled conference facilities Provide
custom mtg support services. Provide video
production services.
 Provides specialized IT services to: audit &             $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.3
process utility bills. Conduct facilities energy
conserv program. Maintain util distrib system.
Operates and maintains the facility that generates
high-pressure steam for heating rqmnts and
chilled water.
 Provides IT svcs: process J1 visas for foreign           $0.5   $0.7   $0.7   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.5
visiting staff; develops policy and procedures for
fvs; provides orientation for visiting staff to the NIH
and U.S.
Computer support used in performing the contract          $1.6   $2.4   $2.4   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.6
oversight of the MEO, implementing the Quality
Assurance Surveillance Plan, managing the IC
Budget commitment;, reviewing/receiving
invoices, reviewing/approving alteration proposals,
and directing and approving repairs to be done.

Computer support to develop and mange the                 $0.0   $0.2   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
Environmental Management System, ensure
regulatory compliance, administer the NEPA
process, and manage environmental remediation
projects.
Computer support used in directing/monitoring             $0.4   $0.5   $0.5   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.5
performance of the NIH capital project
management program, and managing the
design/construction of designated capital projects.

Computer support used to prepare the facilities           $0.1   $0.2   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
section of the NIH GRPA Plan, provide
policies/standards/guidelines for NIH
owned/leased facilities, develop performance
management methods to
evaluate/enhance/improve ORF delivery, and
provide ORF training to ensure implementation of
ORF policies and procedures.
Computer support used in conjunction with the             $0.0   $0.2   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
removal, processing and disposal of hazardous,
medical and pathological waste, in accordance
with requirements of the Federal and State
Regulatory Agencies.
Computer support used in managing the facility            $0.0   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
condition index survey program and the
accreditation process.
Specialized computer support used in the                  $0.0   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
development and mangement of the repair and
improvement plan and the planned
extension/improvemnt of utility systems on the
NIH Campuses.
Computer support used in directing/monitoring             $0.0   $0.2   $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
performance of A/E and construction acquisition
program, conducting solicit/award services for A/E
and construction contracts, and providing contract
management for A/E and construction contracts.

Computer support in support of Providing                  $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
comprehensive fire prevention services that
include a proactive fire safety public
awareness/public education program, surveys of
facilities, consultation with IC program staff and
serving as the authority having jurisdiction for fire
protection for all on-campus construction and
renovation projects.
Computer support used to Process invoices and           $0.0   $0.3   $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
other payment documents in conjunction with
lease payments, Operate Tenant Build Out Bank,
Prepare and administer IC occupancy agreements
and rental billings and Prepare annual rental rate
package.
IT services in support of maintaining liaison with      $0.0   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
all Federal, State, and local emergency
management agencies; manages the NIH
Occupant Evacuation Program. Developing
emergency plans and contingencies for counter
terrorism activities for NIH, and developing and
maintaining the NIH Enterprise
Recovery/Continuity of Operations Plan. A
Numbers Reference Guide (contact number for
emergency and non-emergency requests and
other relevant service information) is provided to
occupants of leased facilities.
IT services in support of providing emergency           $0.0   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
response services for all fires incidents, including
pre-emergency training and planning. Providing
emergency response services for releases of
chemicals, bio-hazardous agents and radioactive
materials either singly or in any possible
combinations. Providing emergency response
services and pre-hospital care for medical and
rescue incidents.
Specialized IT support to enhance the ability to        $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
1)Protect staff and visitors from physical harm and
loss of property; 2) Enable biomedical research to
continue with minimal interruption; 3) Protect the
intellectual assets of the NIH from being
damaged, destroyed or stolen; and 4) Guard the
physical assets of the NIH against damage or
theft.
Police the campus. Enforces traffic & criminal          $0.1   $0.2   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
laws, coordinates traffic direction & control,
conducts criminal investigations, inspects crime
hazards, responds to emergencies, & ensures
protection of people on NIH campus.
Provide specialized IT Services to asssist the          $0.0   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
Security Guards in Managingvehicular access to
NIH campus; Inspecting vehicles entering parking
garages; and Managing and securing loading
docks.
Provide specialized computer support in support         $0.0   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
of equipping the NIH with the policies, procedures,
systems, facilities, personnel, institutional norms,
and knowledge so it can prudently protect its
people and its intellectual, electronic, and physical
assets from harm.
Develop and maintain state-of-the-art Information       $0.9   $0.9   $0.9   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.6
Technology resources to accelerate the research
progress at the Gerontology Research Center
(Baltimore, MD).
Provides centralized Information Technology (IT)        $1.0   $1.0   $1.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.0
resources and specialized computer services
essential to the effective conduct of the National
Institute on Aging (NIA) Intramural Research
Program (IRP)...
The operation, enhancement, and integration of           $0.8   $0.8   $0.8   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.8
the network infrastructure and central information
processing functions in support of the scientific
research initiatives at the Gerontology Research
Center (Baltimore, MD). Includes disk
fragmentation,...
ITAS is an automated timekeeping system that             $2.5   $1.9   $2.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $2.5
allows Federal employees to report and track
time, working hours, and leave activities. ITAS
implements timekeeping by exception. This means
users are not required to understand the complex
timekeeping rules for using the system. ITAS
greatly reduces the need for dedicated
timekeeping staff. Staff released from
timekeeping duties can be redeployed to perform
work more directly related to providing service to
citizens. ITAS makes it possible for supervisors to
manage the time and attendance of larger groups
of employees with greater efficiency. ITAS also
reduces payroll errors.
The information repository NIDB application              $1.0   $1.0   $1.0   $0.5   $0.5   $0.5   $0.5
compiles and stores data from the NIH Intramural
Research Program, including Annual Reports,
which describe scientific accomplishments over
the past year, publications derived from this
research, and research staff, including
collaborators within the Intramural Program and at
other institutions. It is used in long-term evaluation
of the NIH program in relation to the NIH mission,
and in tracking staff who move to other
institutions. The NIDB permits oversight of the
intramural research program; administration of
research policies; and greater responsiveness to
special inquiries from NIH management and
outside sources, such as Congress. by OBA, in
GeMCRIS is a data system developed                       $1.3   $1.2   $1.1   $0.9   $0.7   $0.6   $0.5
collaboration with FDA, to manage information
about the conduct of gene transfer clinical trials.
A key contribution of GeMCRIS is that it permits
access to safety information in a form that
enhances the types of reviews and analyses
critical for optimizing patient safety, identifying
critical information gaps, and facilitating scientific
collaboration and progress. GeMCRIS is also a
model system that will be adapted for all forms of
clinical research and is part of the NIH Roadmap.
The Science Information System is a database             $1.2   $0.6   $0.6   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $1.2
system used by NCRR staff to review annual
progress report data, code the research activites,
and prepare reports highlighting scientific
accomplishments. This information is invaluable
in supporting GPRA, PART, and other materials
used to inform the Administration, Congress,
interested parties and the general public.
This investment provides for programming and             $0.7   $0.8   $0.8   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.6
other IT support of NCRR program mission
systems that support state-of-the-art research
resources, technologies, and biological models of
human disease.
Contract for informatics and computer support         $8.2   $7.4   $8.0   $5.6   $5.2   $5.6   $2.6
involving many aspects of cancer clinical trials.
Systems include the Clinical Data Update System
(CDUS), the Common Toxicity Criteria (CTC), and
the Adverse Drug Experience Electronic Reporting
System (AdEERS).
This item is an aggregate of projects needed to       $1.2   $1.2   $1.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.2
effectively track and efficiently allocate critical
resources needed for the institute to fulfill its
mission. This includes tracking human resources
and associated costs at a very fine grained level
to insure the institute makes the best use of these
very limited resources. This also includes work
being done to manage the institutes portfolio of
contacts with advocacy groups and other experts
to stimulate effective communication and insure
appropriate input into NCI's decision making
processes. Trials module is leading the National
The Clinical                                          $3.1   $3.1   $1.9   $2.4   $2.4   $1.2   $0.7
Cancer Institute's (NCI) effort to create and
distribute information technology infrastructure to
support the conduct of all aspects of NCI's
supported clinical trials.
 The Mouse Models of Human Cancers                    $1.0   $1.0   $1.0   $0.5   $0.5   $0.5   $0.5
Consortium (MMHCC) is a collaborative program
designed to derive and characterize mouse
models that recapitulate the genesis and
progression of human malignancies.
The National Cancer Institute's Center for            $1.9   $1.7   $1.2   $1.2   $1.0   $0.6   $0.7
Bioinformatics (NCICB) is attempting to meet the
need for a controlled vocabulary through a diverse
collection of Enterprise Vocabulary Services
(EVS).
The NCI cancer Data Standards Repository              $1.6   $1.7   $1.5   $1.0   $1.0   $0.6   $0.7
(caDSR) supports development and deployment
of cancer research Common Data Elements
(CDEs) cancer research. The caDSR, part of the
NCI caCORE infrastructure, supports data
management workflow requirements and
adherence to ISO/IEC 11179 metadata standards.
CDEs utilize standard terminology from caCORE’s
Enterprise Vocabulary Services (EVS), and are
then deployed to multi-site clinical trials, basic
scientific and transnational research data
management systems across NCI and NCI
grantees. The use of standardized CDEs
simplifies application development, sharing of
data, enables reuse of data repositories,
enhances data mining capabilities and saves
costly reconciliation of inconsistent data.
The Division of Cancer Epidemiology and               $0.6   $0.5   $0.1   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.4
Genetics (DCEG) This system allows them to
analyse costs of scientific studies and provide
more efficient and accurate reporting to both NIH
and NCI.
The Fiscal Link Analysis Research Emphasis            $0.4   $0.3   $0.3   $0.2   $0.1   $0.1   $0.2
(FLARE) is a scientific coding and reporting
system used by the National Cancer Institute's
(NCI) Research Analysis and Evaluation Branch
as well as NCI's Financial Management Branch.
Development and maintenance of systems to                 $1.2   $1.5   $1.5   $0.6   $0.7   $0.8   $0.6
support the NIGMS extramural (mission) program.
This is a rollup of a number of small systems.
These smaller systens provide extramural reports,
data collection, and work flow to fill current "gaps"
between mission business process and functions
supported by enterprise systems.
Systems required for conducting the research of           $2.5   $1.6   $2.3   $1.2   $0.3   $1.5   $1.3
the National Toxicology Program (NTP) including
the Toxicology Data Management System (TDMS)
and other smaller systems that perform data
collection in multiple laboratory settings, data
management, data storage, data security, tracking
of study status and production of published
reports. Also, includes data search, query and
visualization tools and making data publicly
available.
IT services, equipment and software needed by             $2.3   $2.5   $2.7   $1.2   $1.3   $1.4   $1.1
intramural scientists to effectively conduct
scientific research. Includes government and
contract staff who work with NIEHS scientists to
acquire,manage, report, present and analyze
research and laboratory data as well as
specialized information technology to process
scientific data. Also, includes development and
implementation of bioinformatic techniques to
promote discovery. Activity is decentralized and
supports scientific research of all intramural labs
Development their research activities.
as required byof knowledge base to support the            $1.8   $1.6   $1.4   $1.8   $0.6   $0.4   $0.0
work of the National Center for Toxicogenomics
(NCT) including collection, processing, search and
display of data from microarray, protoeomics and
toxicological assays conducted through a variety
of intramural and extramural research
partnerships. Goals of the NCT include creating a
public database relating environmental stressors
to biological responses, collecting information
relating environmental exposures to disease, and
developing an improved paradigm for use of
computational mathematics for understanding
responses to environmental stressors. Cost is for
contracted information technology that support
Includes numerous small systems services.                 $2.1   $2.1   $2.1   $0.6   $0.6   $0.6   $1.5
NIEHS program areas and activities specific to the
NC location including systems for: production of
NIEHS health and safety data required by state
and Federal governments; management and
evaluation of programs and research portfolios;
local workflow; tracking scientific activities; project
mangement; library services; information
dissemination; and managing application and
technical standards for local systems.
Provides scientific and patient data collection           $1.2   $1.2   $1.3   $0.2   $0.3   $0.3   $1.0
analysis and presentation through collaboration
with the NHLBI's Intramural staff.
Provides research and development, data                   $1.2   $1.2   $1.3   $0.2   $0.3   $0.3   $1.0
collection, analysis, and presentation for
extramural programs.
The creation of a web based Diseases &                  $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
Conditions index for the Office of Prevention,
Education and Control within the National Heart,
Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI). This project
ended on December 31, 2003.
Development of a Clinical Data System (CDS) that        $1.7   $1.4   $1.5   $0.4   $0.3   $0.3   $1.4
can collect, process, and edit clinical data and can
be accessed in a flexible manner for monitoring,
analysis, and manipulation of the data.

Salaries for all other Information Technology (IT)      $0.9   $1.0   $1.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.9
Specialists not reported in Part 3 and Interagency
agreements -Fedlink & Nuclear Magnetic
Resonance (NMR) Software Development.
This small Microsoft Access database supports           $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
Institute-specific and non-Full Time Equivalent
data which is not found in the enterprise system.
Maintenance of thesaurus, database, and Visual          $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
Basic Application used in the process of indexing
the National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial
Research projects.
 The Human Nutritional Research Information             $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
Management (HNRIM) system supports the
nutrition program staff in reporting nutritional data
across NIH and divisions.
Allows investigators and ACB staff to interact with     $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.1
and use the data stored to handle establishment
and operation of ASPs (Animal Study Protocols).
Provides automated processes for the
development, modification, review and approval of
ASPs.
Tracks results from lab research and testing,           $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0
customized to include a freezer inventory of blood
samples. Lab Information Management System
(LIMS) purchased / leased from Labware. System
is installed and in use, but may require full
"validation" to meet various standards.

Internal Customer Service Information                   $0.3   $1.1   $0.4   $0.1   $0.9   $0.2   $0.3
Management.
Extension system development to facilitate IC           $1.8   $1.8   $1.8   $0.9   $0.5   $0.5   $0.9
specific requirements beyond that business
functionality supported by the NIH enterprise
solutions.
Support of all National Eye Institute (NEI) program     $0.5   $0.4   $0.4   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1   $0.4
and mission, excluding Infrastructure. We have
combined the previous systems 009-25-01-03-02-
8703-00, 8704-00 and 8705-00. Supports mission
of research in the diseases and conditions of the
eye. Includes management of all IT applied to this
research. Includes support for all administration
of this important health research mission.
Support of the National Eye Institute (NEI) Bank        $0.2   $0.2   $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2   $0.2
Project (a bioinformatics/genomic project). This is
a database/information retrieval system of genetic
data allowing researchers to access genetic
libraries. It provides an easy access method of
querying genetic libraries for researchers
anywhere.
With the vast change in information technology,         $0.2   $0.2   $0.1   $0.2   $0.2   $0.1   $0.0
the NIAMS Information Technology (IT) staff must
continually procure products to keep mission
programs abreast of new technology. We must
dedicate a small portion of our budget toward this
effort.
Our Scientific Information Technology Branch staff      $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.0
closely monitors our computer equipment and
ensures the mission staff operates with computers
that will provide the best service, and continues to
consolidate mission related servers and storage
over time to ultimately reduce cost and increase
reliability, availability, and serviceabiltiy.
Critical staff members utilize special                  $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
communications tools (e.g., Blackberry, cell
phones) to support staff and systems outside of
normal work hours. This connectivity is required to
ensure appropriate response to time critical,
unscheduled requirements. This avoids having
staff on site 24/7 resulting in significant personnel
savings.
These inherently governmental staff provide             $0.8   $0.9   $0.9   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.8
specialized IT knowledge and management,
oversite of contracts, etc., in support of mission
activities. This is required in order to ensure
necessary IT support to the varied research and
scientific management activities within NIAMS.
Without this support, our search and scientific
management activities would be deleteriously
impacted.
This investment is a combination of Government          $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
and contract staff that provide specialized
scientific programming and analysis in support of
mission research programs. Required to provide
specialized scientific programming required by the
researchers.
Government personel that interface with mission         $0.2   $0.2   $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
specialists, have an understanding of both mission
and information dissemination requirements, and
develop (or contract for) information pages. This
effort makes use of thin client technology to allow
this information to be accessed across multiple
platforms without the development of specialized
client/server applications for each user platform
type.
Purchase miscellaneous hardware and software.           $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
Additional resources are needed to replace
obsolete and defective systems.
Service and support for the Unix workstations in        $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
the National Institute on Deafness and Other
Communication Disorders' (NIDCD) Division of
Intramural Research.
Information Technology activities in support of the     $0.6   $0.6   $0.6   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.6
National Human Genome Research Institute
(NHGRI) to provide the ability to present/exchange
information about the mission of the Institute,
mission related activities, and its scientific
research.
Information Technology activities in support of the      $1.9    $1.7    $1.9   $0.0   $0.0    $0.0   $1.9
National Human Genome Research Institute's
(NHGRI) mission includes scientific computing
resources, equipment in support of intramural
research projects, and general bioinformatics
resources.
Technical oversight, information security, support       $0.9    $0.8    $0.9   $0.1   $0.1    $0.1   $0.9
and services, contract surveillance, and direct
management control of the National Institute of
Mental Health Information Technology program.
Headquarters (HQ), intramural and extramural             $1.0    $1.2    $1.0   $0.1   $0.2    $0.1   $0.9
applications support and services for a variety of
National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH)
business processes including National Advisory
Mental Health Council information preparation and
presentation, Office of the Director
correspondence tracking, Office of
Communications call tracking, and Office of
Science Policy and Program Planning scientific
coding. Activities include on-going operations
and maintenance, analysis, design, modification
and enhancement.
 NEPS is NIDAs corporate extension to IMPAC II.          $0.5    $0.5    $0.5   $0.1   $0.1    $0.1   $0.4
NEPS is comprised of several major modules
including a Budget, Adhoc, Reporting and a
Shoplist module. The NEPS system is designed
from a number of viewpoints. Various
security/access levels are available.
 HQ Technical Support and Services for NIDAs             $0.3    $0.4    $0.4   $0.1   $0.1    $0.1   $0.3
programmatic and administrative processes
including operations, maintenance, planning,
design, analysis, development, software,
enhancement and modernization.
IRP Support enables IT staff to provide critical         $0.6    $0.6    $0.6   $0.1   $0.1    $0.1   $0.5
specialized technical expertise to support the
laboratories research missions.
 The Scientific Management and Reporting Tool            $0.1    $0.1    $0.1   $0.0   $0.0    $0.0   $0.1
(SMART) provides additional data elements for
programs supported by the Institute.
NIH CC Clinical Research Information System              $9.7   $13.0   $14.3   $7.9   $9.8   $10.3   $1.8
(CRIS) replaces a 28 year old legacy medical
information system. A core system will hospital
functions of medical order entry, clinical
documentation and results retrieval. Multiple
ancillary systems will support clinical data
collection for labs, radiologic images, blood bank
and nutrition. All data will feed into a clinical data
warehouse to support the clinical research
enterprise.
Formerly reported as the NIH Contractor                  $0.1    $0.2    $0.2   $0.0   $0.0    $0.0   $0.1
Performance System (CPS) - this investment is
one of several partner systems of the e-Gov
Initiative (Internal Efficiency & Effectiveness) -
Integrated Acquisition Environment (managed by
GSA - UPI 023-00-01-02-01-0023-24-410-209).
GSA funds 85% of this investment and NIH funds
15% of this investment for FTE Program
Management. The CPS is used by NIH and other
Federal agency contracting officials (COs),
including COs at the Department of Homeland
Security, to facilitate source selection and the
evaluation of contractor past performance.
Development and maintenance of the Office of            $0.4    $0.4    $0.9   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.3
Loan Repayment and Scholarship (OLRS)
Website that provides information on OLRS
program activities. It allows applicants to the loan
repayment porgrams to apply online and it is used
to manage our portfolio of approximately 2,000
participants.
This project utilizes data gathered in our Pheonix      $0.3    $0.3    $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.3
site to conduct research and anlaysis of Diabetes
in the Pima indian population of Arizona.
Part of the NIH manadate to track clinical trials.      $0.1    $0.1    $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
This system provides the added benefit of
allowing researchers to cross utilize data and thus
provides synergistic opportunities to improve
health research.
Thin client public information disemination system      $0.1    $0.2    $0.2   $0.0   $0.2   $0.1   $0.1
for National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and
Bioengineering (NIBIB); interagency agreement
with the Office of the Director Office of Extramural
Research for server hosting; system upgrade and
redesign contract.
Information Respositories for the National Institute    $1.6    $1.9    $1.8   $0.8   $1.0   $0.9   $0.8
of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD)
consists of a variety of maintenance and
development projects in support of the NICHD
misson to ensure that every person is born
healthy and wanted, that women suffer no harmful
effects from reproductive processes, and that all
children have the chance to achieve their full
potential for healthy and productive lives, free
from disease or disability, and to ensure the
health, productivity, independence, and well-being
of all people through optimal rehabilitation.
NBIS is an enhanced data warehouse that is a           $11.7   $12.3   $12.8   $4.0   $4.4   $4.5   $7.7
consolidation of the legacy Data Warehouse (DW)
and technological updates designed to improve
the reporting capabilities of IT business systems,
such as the Administrative Data Base (ADB) and
the Central Accounting System (CAS). The
legacy DW is a collaborative, enterprise-wide
knowledge management system developed and
maintained by CIT that supports 27 Institutes.
The DW contains over 17 business management
areas, which produce the reporting requirements
for many NIH administrative management. As
NIH transitions to the NIH Business System
(NBS), respective business areas currently
residing in the DW will transition to NBIS.
 Systems supporting Human Resources indicate            $0.1    $0.1    $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0
Clinical Center support for NIH-wide systems.
 Visual Employee Database System (VEDS) is a            $0.2    $0.2    $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
multi-user windows application primarily used by
NIH institutes¿ and centers¿ Administrative
Officers, Human Resources Specialists and
Business Management staff
Financial Support Services This project provides        $0.0    $0.3    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
for IT support of the Financial and Administrative
Offices of the Gerontology Research Center
(GRC) in Baltimore, MD. This support enables the
fiscal control, management and review at the
GRC.
Personnel & Payroll Enterprise Human Resources          $2.2   $2.2   $2.8   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $2.2
and Payroll system is the NIH implementation of
the Department of Health and Human Services'
PeopleSoft Human Resources software that
meets the core needs for an integrated human
resource management system.
A database system that provides access to human         $0.4   $0.3   $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.4
resource data on NIH employees, including the
Property Management Information System
(PMIS), Seven Card System & Reports.
 This is an Office of Personnel Management              $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
(OPM) system that enables NIH employees to
make certain changes to their personnel/payroll
information.
NIH Integrated Training System - computerized           $0.0   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
training nomination and approval.
CareerHere (an employment system that lists NIH         $0.4   $0.2   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.4
vacancies, accepts applications, and maintains an
inventory of job applicants) now included as part
of Corporate Recruitment Information
Management System (CRIMS).
CCR website is an information source for the            $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
Center for Cooperative Resolution (CCR)
program, which provides the NIH community with
confidential and informal assistance in resolving
work-related conflicts, disputes and grievances
(OE combined with OACU 4617; OHSR 4618;                 $0.3   $0.4   $0.4   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.3
CME 4659) Support of all aspects (maintenance,
enhancement, reporting, etc) of two information
repositories, 2,300 active server pages and 11
application systems.
 NIH's Office of the Director (OD) Office of Budget     $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
(OB) plans for this database to track NIH Disease
activities.
 TechTracs is a 4D relational database custom           $0.4   $0.4   $0.5   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.4
designed to track all aspects of technology
transfer. It is NIH's Office of the Director's Office
of Technology Transfer's (OTT) primary
management tool for its operations...
 Genetic and Rare Diseases Info Center                  $0.2   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
(combined with 4623) Information Technology
support for systems administration, security, data
storage, management and production control of
the rare disease database...
(combined with 4626, 4627, 4628, & 4629 ) Office        $0.3   $0.3   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.3
of AIDS Research (OAR) Administrative System.
Development costs are for the AIDS Research
Information System (ARIS). All other costs are
maintenance costs for remaining systems--
Alchemy, Domus,...
Information repository support for the OD Office of     $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
Science Policy
SERCH supports the President’s E-Government           $2.6   $0.9   $0.5   $2.5   $0.4   $0.0   $0.1
initiative for electronic records management, the
Secretary’s “One HHS” initiative, and the
requirements of the National Archives and
Records Administration (NARA). NIH/ES staff
members manage documents coming to and
assignments originating from the NIH Director,
and they maintain the NIH Director’s official files
as legally required by NARA. SERCH automates
the business functions of managing electronic and
physical records from creation through archiving
or destruction. This includes document creation,
tracking, imaging, workflow, digital signature,
record classification, destruction, and archiving.
(Combined with 4656 &4657) Information support        $0.5   $0.1   $0.2   $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
for NIH's Office of the Director's, Office of
Administration's, Office of Acquisition
Management and Policy, Office of Management
Assessment, and Office of Logistics and
Acquisition Operations.
Center for Cooperative Resolution (CCR) system.       $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0


Task Order Module (TOM) will be implemented by        $0.5   $0.0   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.5
NIC Commerce, Inc. to automate the
development, management, delivery, evaluation,
tracking, and distribution of both the Task Order
Requirements Package (TORP)...
Design and Maintenance information repository         $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
for NIH Office of Community Liaison (OCL), which
advises the NIH Director on policies, programs,
and issues involving the NIH and its community
 (combined with 4683) Correspondence Tracking         $0.0   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
System for the Office For Research on Women's
Heatlh (ORWH). ORWH serves as a focal point
for women's health research at the NIH. (Now
includes Research Database.)
Maintenance (combined with 4666) information          $0.1   $0.0   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
repository for the Office For Research on
Women's Health (ORWH). ORWH serves as a
focal point for women's health research at the NIH
(Now includes Achieving Excellence in Science
(AXXS) and WishNet maintenance).
(Combined with 4668 and 4669) The Office of           $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
Disease Prevention's Office of Rare Diseases
(ORD) repository gives information on more than
6000 rare diseases.
Supports the Office of Management Assessment's        $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
Delegations of Authority Database, OD.

 Software to generate reports from working papers     $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
within the Office of Management Assessment,
OD.
Development and maintenance of the Office of          $0.7   $0.6   $0.8   $0.2   $0.0   $0.6   $0.5
Science Education information repository (OSE)
(Contract Supported).
Office of Communications and Public Liaison           $0.3   $0.4   $0.5   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1   $0.3
(OCPL) information repository development.
Office of Technology Transfer (OTT) information       $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
repository development and maintenance.
Development and maintenance of Office of              $0.1   $0.2   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
Human Resource (OHR) information repositories.
Develop necessary software and technical support       $0.1   $0.0   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
needed to ensure maintenance of the Office of
Equal Opportunity (OEO) and Diversity
Management's training modules.
Application to support a range of NIH                  $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
Academy/Office of Education (OE)Training
Programs.
 Complaint Tracking & Student Tracking Systems         $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
Refinement of the current system designed to
provide an accurate tracking of individual
discrimination complaints filed against the NIH...
Central repository of performance data for NIH         $0.6   $0.2   $0.1   $0.6   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0
programs represented in the NIH GPRA Plan
 Employee Orientation and Information Program          $0.0   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
(EOIP) on Office of Human Resources
Management (OHRM) portal.
Support for the Ethics Office and ethics training.     $0.0   $0.0   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
Workload management system for Division of             $1.3   $0.0   $0.0   $1.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
Extramural Activities Support (DEAS)
Workfow and metrics collection system for the OD       $0.0   $0.4   $0.1   $0.0   $0.4   $0.1   $0.0
Office of Human Resources (OHR)
System supports all activities (3 divisions) for the   $0.0   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0
OD Office of Management Assessment
Development and maintenance of systems to              $1.2   $1.5   $1.5   $0.6   $0.7   $0.8   $0.6
support improved excellence in administrative
management. This is a rollup of a number of
small systems. These systems provide methods
to track and report administrative resources to
improve performance and efficienciy.
Maintenance of small systems that extract various      $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.3
National Institute of Environmental Health
Sciences (NIEHS) financial and Full Time
Equivalent (FTE) data from agency databases and
generate reports to support NIEHS's tracking,
monitoring, planning and decision-making.

System used by the National Institute of Diabetes      $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
& Digestive & Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) to track
Grant file folders in file room utilizing barcode
labels.
The Electronic Contract Management System (e-          $0.5   $0.5   $0.5   $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.1
CMS) is modular, fully electronic, web-based
system designed to support governmental e-
business initiatives that provides a completely
integrated system converting the process of
advertising,
CAAP is a group of 10 individual modules. Each         $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
module is a mini application within itself. Modules
include, NIAID Funding Plan, RFA/PA Award
System, Bridge Awards System, Select Pay
Awards System, Merit Pay System, Merit
Extensions, FY Grants Tracking System,
GrayZone Comments Select Pay and Bridge,
Request For Administrative Supplement, and
GMB.
Used by Extramural staff to track and administer       $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
grant applications. The information loaded into
the application provides the staff with a portfolio
listing of records based on several parameters,
i.e. Council date(s), PCC code(s), or Division
Code.
Consolidated system tracks applications for grants     $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
and the review process for those applications.
NIAID, NCI, NIGMS, and AIDS researchers use
this secure web site to track grant applications
and review process.
A workflow system integrating the activities and       $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0
applications for NIAID POs to manage and
perform duties that are necessary to process
grants.
The application is used by DAIT and DMID to            $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0
generate a listing and total money obligated in the
out years from RFA/PA’s. This is used in the
Institute meetings for planning purposes.
The Administrative Management Budget                   $0.2   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
Information System (AMBIS) is a desktop
acquisitions management and data base system
that effectively and securely allows purchases and
procedures to be managed. AMBIS Lite is a web-
based version of AMBIS.
 NIAID Is implementing a life-cycle management         $0.1   $0.2   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0
approach to equipment, applications development
and information systems investment. (CMMI
project)
Budget Database System for the NINDS Financial         $0.3   $0.5   $0.5   $0.2   $0.1   $0.1   $0.2
Management Branch, which supports budget
formulation and strategic planning for extramural
grants.
Staff and branch operating expenses such as            $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.3
training, travel, supplies, rentals, and equipment.
IRMS (formerly IFMS) allows for tracking of all        $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.3
SAMHSA commitments and obligations. Future
direction will allow for integration with other
existing SAMHSA systems and PSC CORE data.
ANS is a web-based application that allows             $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
SAMHSA employees to complete award
nomination forms for submission for
review/approval. The system keeps track of
nominations that have been approved or rejected.

The National Survey on Drug Use and Health             $6.2   $7.3   $7.4   $6.0   $7.0   $7.2   $0.2
(NSDUH) is the principal source of statistical
information on the use of legal and illegal drugs by
the civilian, non-institutionalized population.
This OAS archive (SAMHDA) provides ready               $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
access to public use data on substance abuse
and mental health by researchers, policy makers,
and other interested parties.
The OAS National Analytic Center' s (NAC)              $0.3   $0.5   $0.5   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.3
purpose is to increase the utilization of SAMHSA
databases both internally by SAMHSA staff and
externally by university-based and other
researchers and policy makers.
Database integrates data from State agency data        $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
systems on substance abuse, mental health, and
Medicaid. Database is used to analyze utilization
and cost, treatment, and integration of services.
The Drug and Alcohol Services Information              $0.8   $0.8   $0.8   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.8
System (DASIS) is the only source of national
data on substance abuse treatment services and
the characteristics of individuals admitted for
treatment.
The Drug Abuse Warning Network (DAWN)                   $1.7   $1.8   $1.8   $0.3   $0.4   $0.4   $1.4
collects data from medical records of drug abuse
related episodes in emergency departments from
a nationally representative sample of hospital
emergency departments.
CSAP Prevention Technology Platform, or                 $1.7   $1.7   $1.7   $1.6   $1.6   $1.6   $0.1
PrevTech, provides assistance in the
development of effective substance abuse
prevention programs at the community, regional,
and state levels. The system includes step-by-
step guidance to apply the most effective
prevention techniques.
CSAP's contract-supported National Center for           $0.5   $0.5   $0.5   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.5
the Advancement of Prevention (NCAP) provides
knowledge synthesis services, tools, and products
for the substance abuse prevention field.

The Block Grant Application System (BGAS) is a          $0.7   $0.8   $0.8   $0.4   $0.5   $0.5   $0.3
web-based automated tool available to be used by
all of the States to apply for and report progress
on their Substance Abuse Prevention and
Treatment (SAPT) block grants awarded by
Congress.
The Services Accountability lmprovement System          $1.9   $1.9   $2.0   $0.6   $0.6   $0.7   $1.3
(SAIS) is a web-based system that consolidates
all Government Performance Review Act reporting
and related activities for the Center for Substance
Abuse Treatment's entire discretionary grant
program for use in conducting accountability and
performance assessments.
Technical and programmatic support to ensure            $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
appropriate, safe, and effective therapeutic use of
methodone and other opioids.



Centralizes and coordinates data from CSAP              $0.4   $0.6   $0.6   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.4
programs, performs cross-program analysis is
response to GPRA and other Fed mandates,
analyzes CSAP programs in relation to national
trends and problems.
Recent legislation allows regulatory waivers for        $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
physicians to treat opioid addiction in office
settings using buprenorphine, pending its
approval. CSAT will oversee development/implem.
of evaluation to determine if this system should
continue.
Provides a Program Coordinating Center to help          $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
compile data from ecstasy/methamphetamine
grantees. Facilitates dissemination of training
materials. Annual report to Congress on
methamphetamine prevention.
Provides CSAP Div of Workplace Programs                 $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
substantive, tech, and admin support for series of
leadership activities in effort to transf services to
science in workplace programs for subst abuse
prevention for workers 16-24.
Formerly named CMHS Analys TA&Sup CMHS                  $2.1   $2.2   $2.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $2.1
Info & Related Info. Re-named CMHS IDIQ
(including NRP) on 6/5/02. This project is an IDIQ
task order umbrella mechanism that supports all
the major program functions of CMHS.
This initiative replicates 'safe crossing'             $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.3
environmental underage binge drinking at the U.S.
Mexico Border (Brownsville, TX and El Paso, TX),
and develops tutorials, on-line training curricula,
and on-line presentations that are services based.

State Prevention Systems Management                    $1.0   $1.0   $1.0   $0.7   $0.7   $0.7   $0.3
Information System (SPS-MIS) is a component of
the Decision Support System for Substance
Abuse Prevention (PreventionDSS). This project
funds the state portion of the investment.
The Treatment Improvement Exchange provides            $0.0   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
the mechanism for substance abuse treatment
information exchange among SAMHSA staff, state
and local substance abuse agencies, grantees,
contractors, and specific targeted audiences. This
project includes the Knowledge Application
Program, Treatment Improvement Protocols
Program, and the Addiction Training Centers. The
TIE Forum website provides access to substance
abuse links to Federal and other substance abuse
related websites.
CMHS/CSAP NMHIC/NCADI Websites provide                 $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.3
information to the public seeking help for mental
health and substance abuse problems.
The Center for Knowledge Application on                $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
Homelessness project operates the National
Resource Center on Homelessness and Mental
Illness. The program provides a national
information database, onsite technical assistance,
workshops and training institutes.
This contract will provide an array of                 $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
communication and social marketing expertise to
help support the communication efforts of the
approximately 100 safe schools/healthy students
grantees through the nation.
SAMHSA/CSAT has several Federal partners in            $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
this evaluation, including HHS/ACF and DOJ.
Multi-year eval to improve how courts handle child
abuse and neglect cases involving substance-
abusing parents.
Building upon an inter-agency agreement with the       $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
Administration for Children, Youth and Families
(ACYF), Office of Child Abuse and Neglect

Umbrella for Child, Adoles and Fam Branch IT           $1.8   $1.6   $1.7   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.8
projects, e.g, National Evaluations of
Comprehensive Community Mental Health
Services for Children and Families, Tech Assist,
Communic Campaign, Logistics, etc.
PIC program is a comprehensive effort to develop       $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
community-based infrastructure dedicated to
quality improvement in the delivery of substance
abuse treatment. This project provides admin,
logist, and tech assistance and support for PIC
program grantees.
Public Education Activity - Eliminating Barriers       $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
Initiative. This is an anti-discrimination and anti-
stigma initiative to promote the President's New
Freedom Initiative.
The Safe Schools/Healthy Students Knowledge           $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
Application and Transfer program provides
training and technical assistance to approximately
100 Safe Schools/Healthy Students grantees
around the country.
Partners for Substance Abuse Prevention - a           $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
virtual meeting place for all organizations and
companies that are involved in substance abuse
prevention or related prevention efforts.
Develop innovative techniques for preventing alc      $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
use, including substance abusing women in
childbearing yrs. Demonstr adaptations of
interventions and serv del improvements for
people w/FAS or alc-related birth defects.
Supports CSAT's ability to advance the application    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
of state-of-the-art knowledge around substance
abuse treatment for women, as well as how to
address the needs of their children and other
family members.
This project advances and supports State              $0.4   $0.4   $0.5   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.4
substance abuse prevention systems. Conducts
SAPT Block Grant and Synar site visits, provides
tech assistance, develops/maintains CSAP data
systems.
The evaluation will address system-wide changes       $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
that may be related to, or catalyzed by, CSAT's
new role and the new emphasis on enhancing, as
opposed to monitoring programs.
This contract provides periodic estimates of          $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
National expenditures for mental health and
substance abuse treatment by provider and payer
type and allows us to continue to monitor and
publish these results.
Develops and implements overall eval of all study     $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
sites funded under Minority SA and HIV Prev
Initiative. Provides tech assist to study sites.
Develops and coordinates implementation of
cross-site evals.
Communications support contract to assist in the      $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
devel of educ and information activities. Materials
developed will educate and motivate target
audiences to understand that treatment offers
ability for recovery from substance abuse
addiction.
Provides logistical and technical support (data       $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
base support) to SAMHSA/CSAT's Division of
Pharmacologic Therapies pursuant to 42 CFR
Part 8.
5 contracts (1 for each of 5 CAPT regions) to         $1.5   $0.6   $0.7   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.5
continue and expand the present CAPT capacity
to deliver tech assistance and training to their
regional clients (States with SIG grants,other
States and U.S. jurisdictions,communities,etc.)
Maintenance of an infrastructure for indepth          $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.3
analyses of Centers for Application of Prevention
Technologies (CAPT) evaluation designs;
activities similar to that of a data coordinating
center ...
ICE (formerly ACIS) enables agency contract           $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
management staff to perform all contract life cycle
activities including pre-award and close-out while
maintaining a hlistory of all SAMHSA awards.
TNS is a web-based application that allows             $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
SAMHSA employees to complete training
nomination forms for submission and
review/approval.
This contract will continue to enable CSAP to          $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
disseminate model drug abuse prevention
programs that have been identified through the
National Registry of Effective Prevention
Programs (Registry).
Umbrella for SAMHSA's non-financial admin              $0.7   $0.9   $0.9   $0.3   $0.4   $0.4   $0.4
systems, e.g., correspondence tracking, media
inquiry tracking, consultant database, and
performance planning.
Helps CSAT administer and oversee the treatment        $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
component of SAPT Block Grant to States.

Technical assistance to States to help them            $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
manage publicly funded treatment.
Combined with Technical Assistance to Governors
- This contract will provide technical assistance to
Governors' Offices fro preparing and carrying out
State agendas in response to the Final Report of
the President's New Freedom Commission on
Mental Health. Through the National Governor
Association Center for Best Practices, assistance
will specifically focus on the development and
analysis of policies that affect interagency
coordination at the State level relevant to
implementation of nationally recognized mental
health best practices. TA will be provided through
The State meetings.
4 regional Incentive Grant (SIG) Cross-site            $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.3
Evaluation conducts cross-site outcome and
process evaluation of the SIG program.
The Web Infrastructure for Treatment Services          $2.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.0
(WITS) is a centrally hosted, administrative data
processing system designed for reuse by state
substance abuse and mental health services
agencies and SAMHSA services grantee
programs. The system supports realtime data
processing, starting with data collection at
substance abuse treatment clinics.
Logistics and Administrative Support services for      $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
organizing, conducting and/or sponsoring CSAT
attendance at workshops, conferences and
meetings.
Develops info about how access to subst abuse          $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
treatment is affected by costs and financing
models. Will contribute to formulation of possible
adjustment to funding streams for cost effective
substance abuse treatment.
This contract provides logistical and administrative   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
support to the Emergency Services and Disaster
Relief Branch and other components of the
Division of Program Development.

Provides T.A. including diagnostic site visits to      $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
grantees to advise CHAB staff on grantee perf
and potential remedial actions; admin, logis, or
analyt sup to clusters of grantees working with
common interventions or populations.
Provides the Division of Workplace Programs             $0.4    $0.4    $0.5   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.4
(DWP) with a contract to satisfy reqrts of National
Lab Cert Program (NLCP) specified in Mandatory
Guidelines for Federal Workplace Drug Testing
Programs and any subsequent revisions.
Provides comprehensive TA to grantees and Div           $0.7    $0.7    $0.8   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.7
of Serv Improvement. Includes site visits of status
of grantee perf, TA consultation to grantees,
provide staff with consultants on topic areas and
clinical expertise, etc.
This contract, to be funded by SAMHSA as part of        $0.0    $0.1    $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.0
the Federal Collaborative Initiative will provide
program support;logis and meeting planning;eval
and dissem activities;and comprehensive TA
services to grantees in Fed Collaborative Init.

Co-occuring cross-training & TA center to provide       $0.2    $0.2    $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.2
activities to States and community-based
SAPT,mental health,related social service
agencies to help meet needs of persons with or at
risk of developing co-occurring disorders.
Provides tech assistance and logistical support in      $0.1    $0.1    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.1
planning, organization, implmentation, and
management of grant peer review program.

 The coordinating center's intent is to extend and      $0.2    $0.2    $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.2
enhance AHRQ's in-house capacity to facilitate
and monitor the Agency's patient safety activities,
which are Presidential, Congressional and
Secretarial priorities.
This system will serve as the common front end          $3.9    $6.0   $10.0   $0.9   $3.0   $7.0    $3.0
for the Adverse Event Reporting System, Vaccine
Adverse Event Reporting System, Biological
Products Deviations, Fatalities the Manufacturer
and User Facility Device Experience Database
and the CDC’s National Healthcare Safety
Network system. The NPSN builds on these
systems and is not intended to replace them. This
investment is made up of three phases. Phase I,
in progress, is developing a common voluntary
event reporting user interface for six systems.
This will provide facilities with a web-accessible
common user interface that allows for
standardization of data elements common to each
system. the major federal data source for high
MEPS is                                                $15.8   $17.6   $17.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $15.9
quality data used for estimates of health care use,
expenditures and sources of payment for medical
care. MEPS is designed to continually provide
comprehensive information about health care use
and costs, and to improve the accuracy of
economic projections. MEPS collects data on the
specific health services that Americans use, how
frequently they use them, the cost of these
services, and how they are paid for, as well as
data on the cost, scope, and breadth of private
health insurance held by and available to the U.S.
population. tool that provides information on
 HIVnet is a                                            $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.0
inpatient and outpatient utilization by persons with
HIV disease...
 Enterprise analytics is the timely and efficient          $1.7    $1.9    $2.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $1.7
database management, computer programming -
including statistical and econometric analysis,
microsimulation, modeling, and complex survey
design estimates and analytical statistics to
AHRQ.
                                                           $0.1    $0.0    $0.0    $0.1    $0.0    $0.0   $0.0

Work in collaboration with ASPE on a group of             $10.0   $10.0   $10.0   $10.0   $10.0   $10.0   $0.0
inter-agency agreements for data standards in
healthcare IT.
A collection of initiatives for doctors office quality,    $9.8    $9.9   $10.9    $9.8    $9.9   $10.9   $0.0
transforming health care quality through IT and
establishing a health iIT resource center. These
activities will be carried out via various contract
mechanisms.
 Applications Development, Operations and                  $3.4    $4.1    $5.0    $3.4    $4.1    $5.0   $0.0
Maintenance (Includes 508) The project provides
overall application development and management
support to the Agency¿s family of information
systems.
The Web-Based Patient Morbidity and Mortality              $0.2    $0.1    $0.1    $0.1    $0.0    $0.0   $0.1
Conferences is an Internet-based journal. It is a
monthly, peer-reviewed medical journal featuring
analysis of actual cases of medical error.
 The NGC is a comprehensive database of                    $0.9    $1.3    $1.3    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $0.9
evidence-based clinical practice guidelines done
in partnership with the American Medical
Association and the American Association of
Health Plans.
 NQMC(TM) is a database and Web site for                   $1.5    $4.0    $2.5    $1.5    $2.0    $1.5   $0.0
information on specific evidence-based health
care quality measures and measure sets.
 This project is a multi-year effort to help               $0.1    $0.1    $0.2    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $0.1
consumers identify the best health care plans and
services for their needs.
                                                           $0.1    $0.1    $0.1    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $0.1
 The Healthcare Cost Utilization Project is a family       $1.3    $1.3    $1.4    $1.2    $1.2    $1.2   $0.1
of databases, software tools and products
developed through a Federal-State-industry
partnership.
An investment of $2 million will be dedicated to a         $2.0    $2.0    $1.0    $2.0    $2.0    $1.0   $0.0
joint AHRQ - Indian Health Services (IHS) eHealth
Project. The program, based on the Veteran
Health Administrations VistA Electronic Health
Record platform, seeks to improve the healthcare
quality, efficiency, health status monitoring, and
financial management at IHS facilities.
Concurrently the program will produce products
available in the public domain and generalizable
knowledge from the implementation process to
share with a broader audience, such as
community health center clinics and other
providers. The investment will serve both small
community and rural constituencies. conduct
 Make it more efficient and easier to                      $0.8    $0.8    $0.0    $0.8    $0.8    $0.0   $0.0
transactions with the government, improve
customer service, Agency efficiency and
consistently increase the Agency¿s customer
confidence, AHRQ has established an
eGovernement program.
HIGLAS will standardize the collection, recording,     $49.9   $99.4   $149.9   $49.9   $78.3   $79.9    $0.0
and reporting of financial information by
contractors applicable to Medicare transitions.
This system will replace the cumbersome ad hoc
spreadsheets and "cuff" systems being used by
Medicare contractors to accumulate and report
financial information to CMS. The system will
have the capability to account for approximately
one billion original claims per annum. HIGLAS will
be implemented in phases and be interfaced or
merged with other CMS legacy systems (e.g.
ReMAS, in this area are for general financial
Projects shared systems, PECOS).                        $0.4    $0.4     $0.4    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.4
management, providing the accounting system of
record, with multiple interfaces to the Department
and other agencies.
These activities support the Medicare-Approved         $15.0    $5.1     $1.8   $11.2    $2.6    $0.0    $3.7
Drug Discount Card Program and the $600
transitional assistance credit such as expansions,
enhancements, and modifications to the Medicare
Beneficiary Database; development of the
Eligibility and Verfication System (EEVS);
computer matching agreement support from the
Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and Social
Security Administration (SSA) to verify drug card
program eligibility; and additional connectivity and
telecommunications functionality, e.g., 100 new
This investment Card Sponsors.
T1 lines to Drug provides IT support of Medicare        $1.4    $2.2    $19.6    $1.4    $2.2   $19.6    $0.0
Contracting Reform, including data center and
Common Working File (CWF) host transitions,
development of "front-end" stabilization for
Medicare contractors and secondary payers as
well as systems enhancements to the Contractor
Management Information System (CMIS) in
support of MMA Section 911.
This investment complements "CMS Application           $87.2   $83.0    $86.3    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $87.2
Modernization - Medicare FFS Modernization"
(UPI 009-38-01-04-01-1110-110-031). The
Medicare fee-for-service claims processing
operating environment supports a CMS mission-
critical business operation by processing more
than one billion claims and making benefit
payments totaling approximately $200 billion
annually for the more than 40 million Medicare
beneficiaries. These systems are also an
essential component for ensuring that accurate
payments are made for only medically necessary
services, provided to eligible Medicare
beneficiaries by qualified providers of care. These
systems are vital to minimizing fraud and abuse in
the Medicare program and to ensuring quality of
care for Medicare beneficiaries.
This investment complements "CMS Medicare             $16.5   $15.2   $15.2   $16.5   $15.2   $15.2   $0.0
Fee-for-Service Claims Processing Systems -
Operations" (UPI 009-38-01-04-01-1100-110-031).
The application modernization module of the
modernization effort is focused on developing,
vetting, and deploying enterprise standards for
systems developed to support CMS’ business
lines. This includes an overall architecture, as
well as common security services that will support
all CMS business applications. The information
services program will also oversee development
of several large systems, including the Medicare
Fee-For-Service systems (to replace the “shared
systems” and Common Working File system that
currently pay Medicare claims).
Supports the collection, editing, and formatting of    $4.6   $16.8   $21.6    $4.6   $16.9   $21.6   $0.0
individual Part D "claim" data for beneficiaries
enrolled in MA-PD / PDP organizations. Also
includes the development of the databases
necessary to calculate beneficiary level drug costs
for subsequent use in the payment reconciliation
processes. And, supports the associated
customer service function between CMS and Part
D organizations.
Reflects system changes necessary for MBD that         $4.2    $9.1    $6.4    $4.2    $9.1    $6.5   $0.0
will enable CMS to manage the new data
elements associated with Part D necessary to
determine eligibility for enrollment; and, to
determine some premium subsidy calculations
e.g., low-income subsidy, etc.
Supports necessary modifications to the Health         $1.5   $31.1   $12.0    $1.5   $31.1   $12.0   $0.0
Plan Management System (HPMS) needed to
support the MA and Part D applications and bid
process; the systems process that manages the
cash flow for Part C and Part D beneficiaries that
have elected to have their premiums deducted
from their Social Security checks; monthly
payments to Part C and Part D sponsors for the
beneficiary capitated payment (i.e., APPS and
McAPPS); development of risk adjusted factors
(e.g., RAS) for Part C and Part D; reconciliations
for risk adjusted payments; and reinsurance
reconciliation for risk sharing between CMS and
the Part the new business
Includes D organizations. rules to support Part D      $3.7    $6.8    $5.0    $3.7    $6.8    $2.5   $0.0
claims appeals, and the extension to the business
rules and supporting infrastructure expansion
necessary to migrate the Medicare Appeals
process (ALJ Level) to HHS (Title IX). And,
support for the electronic data management
including imaging and digital audio capture for
Level II and Level III (ALJ & QIC) appeals
adjudication.
Encompasses 3 functions: CMS will hire a TrOOP            $0.0   $22.6   $34.0    $0.0   $22.6   $34.0    $0.0
facilitation contractor to establish a single point of
contact between payers, primary or secondary, for
purposes of tracking true out-of-pocket (TrOOP)
costs -- subject to agreement by the governance
council; procure an employer subsidy contractor;
and supports systems needed to calculate the
phased down State base year contribution,
including expanded MSIS data quality support
targeted on phased down payment baseline, as
well as added server capacity to support
Consists of from MSIS data.
calculationsfunding for: 1) the Medicare Current         $13.8   $13.6   $14.3    $0.7    $0.7    $0.7   $13.2
Beneficiary Survey (MCBS), the vehicle used by
CMS to collect data supporting healthcare
research and policy regarding payment, eligibility,
coverage, outcomes, and quality of care issues;
and 2) the Research Data Assist Center
(ResDAC), an outreach investment that facilitates
health care research by providing access to CMS
data to researchers outside the agency.
This project supports the enrollment and payment         $13.0    $5.1    $5.7   $13.0    $5.1    $5.7    $0.0
for the Medicare Advantage (MA) beneficiary
population. In 2004, the Medicare Managed Care
System replaces the legacy Group Health Plan
system, providing the platform for enrollment for
MA and potential MA-PDP beneficiaries. Also in
2004, the Risk Adjustment System (RAS) replaces
the legacy, ad hoc operation and supports the
complex risk adjustment calculation for January
2006 based on receipt of drug data. In 2005, the
Medicare Managed Care Aggregate Plan Payment
System will replace the legacy Automated Plan
Payment System to make plan-level payments.
Legacy systems that support Medicare managed             $11.4   $11.5    $8.1    $6.9    $6.9    $4.9    $4.6
care operations, including the delivery of service
and gathering of statistical information in that
setting as well as calculation and processing of
payments to Medicare managed care plans.
These activities support administration of the            $1.9    $1.8    $1.8    $1.0    $0.9    $0.9    $1.0
Medicaid program. They provide the means to
partner with other Federal and State agencies
throughout the country.
This investment will incorporate numerous                 $7.4   $11.4    $6.7    $7.4   $11.4    $6.7    $0.0
systems changes to existing CMS applications
and databases to support the new Medicare
prescription drug benefit, Medicare Advantage
enrollment and eligibility, and payment business
processes.
This investment consists of ancillary activities to       $6.0    $4.4    $0.5    $4.5    $2.2    $0.0    $1.5
support the Medicare prescription drug card and
transitional assistance programs until June 2006,
including activities such as: maintenance of drug
price comparison websites currently residing on
Medicare.gov; providing print-on-demand package
via 1-800-MEDICARE from drug price comparison
information via the web site; and data monitoring.
This investment supports overall improvements to        $15.3   $28.9   $31.4   $15.3   $28.9   $31.4    $0.0
Medicare Fee For Service in support of MMA.
Activities include the redesign of MMA related
portions of CMS and Medicare Public Websites,
systems enhancements to the Medicare Appeals
System, and IT investments in support of quality
measurement and data analysis activities.
This investment supports enterprise-wide                 $2.2   $14.4    $3.4    $2.2   $14.4    $3.4    $0.0
infrastructure support activities that will be
required for the successful implementation of the
MMA Legislation. Activities include infrastructure
enhancements to address capacity issues as well
as increased Medicare FFS Shared Systems
maintenance hours required to implement short-
term systems changes resulting from the MMA
provisions.
IT activities supporting MMA regulatory reform           $0.1    $5.8    $3.6    $0.1    $5.9    $3.6    $0.0
provisions include the development of data
warehouse reporting in support of 1-800-
Medicare. 1-800 MEDICARE will transfer
Medicare Beneficiaries without charge to the
appropriate Medicare Contractor for additional
assistance or information. A data warehouse
operation with data collection, analysis and
reporting capabilities is required to support and
complement this initiative.
This investment provides support for claims             $13.0    $7.9    $7.2    $1.9    $1.2    $1.1   $11.0
processing and other related ongoing operations
to ensure the efficiency and effectiveness of
Medicare operations and systems.
QIES collects provider and beneficiary-specific         $17.7   $23.7   $21.3    $7.1   $13.0    $9.3   $10.6
outcomes of care and performance data across
various delivery sites (nursing homes, HHAs,
rehabilitation hospitals), to improve the quality and
cost effectiveness of services provided by
Medicare and Medicaid, and to supports
consumer information activities.
This activity allows CMS to provide current and          $4.3    $5.3    $5.3    $2.1    $2.6    $2.6    $2.1
historical web based information to both
beneficiaries and providers involved in CMS
programs.
These projects support the collection, analysis,        $32.3   $66.8   $65.4    $6.5   $13.4   $13.1   $25.9
dissemination, and management of data to guide
policy, intervention & evaluation. They also
support the survey and certification process,
ensuring that beneficiary care meets professional
standards of health care.
The Virtual Call Center Strategy (VCS) will provide     $24.8   $12.0   $12.0   $24.8   $12.0   $12.0    $0.0
consistent, accurate, timely, clear and complete
information about Medicare rules and program
changes to its Medicare providers and
beneficiaries. VCS will modernize and improve the
CMS telephone customer service system by
employing current industry best practices in
technology, business processes, customer service
standards and performance measures. CMS
seeks to develop and implement a cost-effective
system that is scalable, operationally efficient, and
technologically sound. VCS will respond to
Medicare inquiries with accurate information in a
timely manner, providing up to date information in
support of the frequent changes to the Medicare
program.
Supports implementation of HIPAA transactions         $22.6   $25.7   $31.6   $22.6   $25.7   $31.6    $0.0
and code sets for Medicare claims processing,
and related EDI transactions including
supplemental maintainer costs for shared system
changes, Carrier and Fiscal Intermediary costs for
testing with submitters, and maintenance of a
database for tracking submitter testing progress.
The National Plan and Provider Enumeration
System (NPPES) will ensure that every health
care provider and plan is assigned a unique
identification number--the NPI for providers, and
the NplanID for plans--for use in HIPAA
transactions. This will result in administrative
simplification and cost savings to health plans,
health care providers, and health care
clearinghouses.
CMS needs to minimize data inconsistency,              $3.2    $6.1    $9.1    $3.2    $6.1    $9.1    $0.0
redundancy, and promote information sharing
across applications. CMS Data Modernization will:
1. Continue to implement policies & standards for
data design & engineering, data
dissemination/exchange, and data security and
privacy. 2. Develop enterprise analytical and
operational data warehouses to reduce the
amount data redundancies. 3. Through the use of
COTS software, develop a query architecture that
will enhance the ability of CMS and its business
partners to access and manipulate CMS data,
support data queries and studies. 4. Develop an
enterprise-wide content management solution to
address the management of unstructured data
MIP activities lifecycle.
throughout its enable CMS to insure that critical     $28.0   $21.0   $25.2   $11.2    $8.4   $10.1   $16.8
program integrity safeguards are in place and
provide a capability to partner with other Federal
agencies such as the Department of Justice
(DOJ) in efforts to identify fraud and abuse in
CMS programs.
This set of activities focuses on managing            $14.7    $6.5   $11.6    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $14.7
beneficiary records and files, software to support
that activity, data release efforts and database
support and maintenance activities for the agency.

The Child Support Enforcement Program is a            $20.6   $25.7   $30.1    $3.1   $10.0   $11.6   $17.5
mandated federal, state, and local partnership that
ensures parents support their children. The FPLS
supports this mission by locating child support
case participants, their employment, and assets,
providing access to interstate case/processing
information, and offsetting federal payments and
denying passport issuance to delinquent obligors.
The FPLS also supports cross-federal agency
efforts to decrease erroneous payments and
overall program costs in public assistance and
benefits programs. The FPLS reduces redundant
investments in federal IT resources and the
burden on private and public data providers by
providing a single source of data for multiple
purposes.
These funds for the Final Temporary Assistance          $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.3
to Needy Families Data Reporting System
enaabale ACF to obtain and validate information
(such as work participation rates) from states,
tribes, and territioies that are participating in the
TANF program.
These funds are necessary to track the approval         $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
and monitor the status of state automation
projects funded by ACF under several Titles of the
Social Security Act, and Title IV Chapter 2 of the
Immigration and Nationality Act.
The Publications, Request Orders, and Mailing           $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
Lists Information System (PROMIS)supports
ACF's publications distribution and management
activities to track inventories, clearances and
requisitions, and status of requests.
These funds provide for the development and             $0.3   $0.3   $0.4   $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.2
operation of a variety of small systems providing
localized administraative manaagement support.
Funding for the Adoption and Foster Care                $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
Analysis and Reporting System (AFCARS) brings
ACF in compliance with Title IV-E Section 479 of
the Social Security Act which requires ACF to
institute and operate a foster care and adoption
data collection system.
This system supports aggregate and case level           $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.3
information from the States, Territories, and
Tribes about families and children receiving direct
services through the Child Care and Development
Fund; used for program management and
reporting.
The system is the repository for performance data       $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.4
submitted by states funded under Titles III, VI and
VII of the OAA.
 Includes the maintenance of several web based          $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.4
vehicles that permit the public to retrieve
information (e.g., Alzheimers, Nutrition, etc.) for
educational purposes about aging programs.
The Office for Civil Rights' Program Information        $0.5   $0.6   $0.6   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.2
Management System (PIMS) is being developed
as an OCR enterprise-wide web-based application
enabling OCR to electronically administer its
processes for receiving complaints from the
public.
 The Departmental Contract Information System           $0.7   $0.8   $0.8   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.7
(DCIS) compiles contract information to produce
geographically based reports to the Office of
Management and Budget and Congress. Fulfills
the Department's reporting requirements under
Public Law 93-400.
 Provides HHS-wide access to Departmental               $0.8   $0.9   $0.9   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.8
grants information.
 Resource for government and nonprofit health           $0.8   $0.8   $0.8   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.8
and human services information on the internet.
Links to Web sites from over 1,800 organizations.
 OGC Matter tracking system and related                 $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
information technology systems
 Enables HHS to electronically prepare, track,          $0.2   $0.6   $0.7   $0.1   $0.5   $0.5   $0.1
report and administer processes for obtaining
OMB approval for over 300 annual information
requests.
 Online legal research services and desktop             $0.7   $0.8   $0.8   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.7
software
 DL\net is an online learning portal for all 60,000    $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
HHS employees. It provides access to over 3000
online courses on a subscription basis, as well as
access to HHS specific and common needs online
learning.
 ASPE uses this line item to fund a contract for       $0.7   $0.5   $0.5   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.7
computer information technology support services
through all phases of the system life cycle for
statistical analysis and information management.

 The Strategic Work Information and Folder             $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.3
Transfer (SWIFT) is the Immediate Office of the
Secretary's System that collects, routes and
manage correspondence for the Secretary.
The CORE Accounting System supports all                $5.9   $6.1   $6.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $5.9
accounting activities in the PSC and several other
HHS entities. Will is scheduled to be retired in
FY2007 with the implementaion of the HHS
Unified Financial Management System (UFMS).
The PSC Division of Financial Operations, Debt         $4.6   $4.8   $4.9   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $4.6
Management Branch (DMB) has been designated
by Treasury as the Department’s Debt Collection
Center. The DMCS is the system DMB uses to
manage and support its debt collection activities
and is critical in meeting the mission and
regulatory requirements of its customer
organizations.
The Accounting for Pay System (AFPS) is                $1.4   $1.4   $1.5   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.4
scheduled to be integrated into the Unified
Financial Management System (UFMS) in FY07.
AFPS provides an interface of payroll accounting
information necessary to account for
disbursements, expenditures, obligations and
accruals for personnel costs. This interface results
in the production of accounting transactions and
expenditure control reports to accomplish
accounting requirements and payroll
reconciliation. The AFPS features include: labor
cost distribution, Common Accounting Number
(CAN) correction, CAN adjustments, automated
SF-224 report preparation, and pay and benefits
history file. The AFPS provides the agencies with
accounting records and detailed work records to
update their systems for the cost of
disbursements, expenditures, obligations and
The Payment Management System (PMS) is a               $6.2   $6.5   $6.8   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $6.2
web based system that electronically transmits
Federal grant funds to grantees. PMS provides
real time account information to grantee and
Federal agencies. The timely delivery of Federal
grant dollars allows the grantees to operate their
Federal programs. The PMS provides
disbursement data to assist Federal awarding
agencies. Grantees and Federal agencies can
access their PMS accounts for financial
information in real-time. The PMS provides
services for 14 cabinet and non-cabinet
departments and 62 bureaus and sub agencies.
Each day, 2,000 grantees access the PMS
requesting $1 billion of their grant funds.
This is the legacy Travel Management System               $1.1    $1.1    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.1
that currently serves PSC and all of the small
OPDIVS and the Office of the Secretary. It will be
replaced in FY2005 by eTravel.
PRICES is a financial system for the management           $2.0    $1.7    $1.2   $0.0   $1.5   $1.0   $2.0
of a fee for service business. It contains four
modules: costing & pricing, forecasting, billing and
a web-based customer viewer.
The Enterprise Human Resources Investment                $13.6   $11.1   $10.4   $9.3   $4.6   $3.3   $4.3
System (EHRIS) provides automated human
resources service to HHS. The EHRIS investment
includes funding for the following systems:
Enterprise Human Resources and Payroll (EHRP)
- the departmentwide Personnel system [NOTE:
Payroll is no longer part of this project; QuickHire -
job application support system;
QuickClassification - automated position
classification; Electronic Official Personnel Folder
(eOPF) - online personnel folders; eInduction -
automated entrance on duty process; and
Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) -
data warehouse and reporting system.allows
Service Tracking Management (STM)                         $1.4    $0.7    $0.8   $0.7   $0.0   $0.0   $0.7
FOHS to manage and account for the delivery of
services FOHS provides to Federal agencies and
Departments.
Proshop is a web interface for product ordering for       $0.1    $0.2    $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
the PSC Personal Property Facility in
Gaithersburg, Md.
Integrated Time and Attendance System (ITAS).             $1.4    $1.4    $1.4   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.4
ITAS is a Government developed system for the
collection and verification of time and attendance
information in support of the payroll process. This
system was selected by some of the Department's
Operating Divisions to be used as a standard time
and attendance system. This system achieved
implementation for the chosen sites in FY 03 - 04.
The Employee Assistance Program Information               $0.6    $0.5    $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.6
System (EAPIS) is a case management and
central reporting system used to support the
delivery of EAP services in approximately 330
EAP service provision sites throughout the
country.
The Commissioned Officers Personnel and                   $3.3    $3.4    $3.3   $0.6   $0.4   $0.0   $2.7
Payroll System (COPPS) is the legacy system that
provides personnel and payroll services for the
Commissioned Corps. Continued operation of
COPPS is required to ensure the processing of
personnel actions and payroll for the
Commissioned Corps. Modification/enhancements
are made within budgetary constraints to improve
system performance, improve functionality, and
expedite processing.
Manages the inventory at the AOS Personal                 $0.2    $0.1    $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
Property Facility in Gaithersburg, Md.
This is a group of smaller applications which             $0.2    $0.2    $0.5   $0.0   $0.0   $0.3   $0.2
support more specialized business processes for
services used by various FOH customer groups.
Asset Management System for PSC, housed in                $0.1    $0.1    $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
the Personal Property Facilty, Gaithersburg, Md,
Medical Evaluation/Requirement Information              $0.2   $0.5   $1.0   $0.0   $0.2   $0.8   $0.2
Tracking System (MERITS) supports the special
requirements for the management of clinical
services used by Law Enforcement agency
clients.
COTS Purchase Request Information System                $0.2   $0.4   $0.4   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
(PRISM) from Compusearch Software Systems,
Inc., of Dulles, VA. PRISM is a comprehensive
acquisition tracking system that automates each
step of the procurement process.
Elite Series System provides inventory                  $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.3
management and order entry tracking for the
prescription drug services at the HHS Service and
Supply Center in Perry Point, Maryland.
The Parklawn Security System is used by the             $0.2   $0.2   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
PSC Safety and Security Office to provide
identification/access badges for PSC customers.
This system will be transitioning to the cross          $4.2   $2.4   $0.5   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $4.2
service provider DFAS in FY05. However, some
functionality will remain as we transition our
retirement records over to the electronic state.
Therefore, some maintenance costs will be
associated with this cleaup in 06.
The Learning Management System (LMS) Project            $1.4   $0.4   $0.4   $1.4   $0.3   $0.3   $0.0
is a joint initiative with the Department of Health
and Human Services (HHS), specifically the
Health Human Services University (HHSU), and
the Office of Personnel Management/Government
On-Line Learning Center (GoLearn) to implement
the GeoMaestro Human Capital Performance
Management (HCPM) platform as its LMS
solution. The LMS will assist HHS in supporting
and managing human capital performance via the
Internet. The GeoMaestro software will provide an
integrated solution for training registration, course
cataloging, curriculum development, and course
content management for all HHS employees. The
investment includes licensed software,
implementation consulting services, IT
architecture and security.
The e-Travel Service (ETS) provides an                  $1.4   $1.9   $2.0   $1.4   $1.9   $2.0   $0.0
integrated, easy to use travel service supporting
everything from planning, authorization and
reservations to claims and voucher reconciliation.
ETS is commercially hosted to minimize
technology costs to the government and
guarantee refreshed functionality. This end-to-end
service will leverage administrative, financial and
information technology best practices to realize
significant cost savings and improved employee
productivity. This investment consolidates travel
processes at the Department level, centrally
managed through a self-service, web-based
environment. ETS will be implemented in three
phases to all Operations Divisions and Staff
Divisions throughout HHS. This project
 Operate, Maintain, Upgrade                             $1.3   $1.3   $1.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.3
aggregates the resources for multiple systems
integral to accomplishing the OIG mission to
include investigative casework (CIMS, HOTLINE,
and ECF) and the audit process (AIMS and
TEAMMATE).
 This project provides the OIG Agents & Auditors       $2.9    $2.8    $2.7   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $2.9
w/professional work systems. Since high
proportion of activities are performed outside
usual office environment, OIG is transitioning to
specialized sys. w/docking stations.
Comparative and statistical data analyses              $1.3    $1.8    $1.6   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $1.3
comprise a growing area of specilaized staff
competency and data processing to support
investigative, audit & evaluation findings.
The seizure, preservation, recovery &                  $1.5    $2.0    $2.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $1.5
presentation of electronic evidence has increasing
importance to successful investigative casework
due to the expanding reliance of departmental
programs and their participants on computer
based processes...
 This project integrates the resources for multiple    $0.5    $0.5    $0.5   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.5
systems integral to supporting the OIG mission to
include the OIG Intranet as well as applications to
manage budget execution.
This investment consolidates IT infrastructures       $22.4   $32.2   $33.7   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $22.4
and related IT services for OS, SAMHSA, HRSA
regional offices, AOA, ACF, OIG, AHRQ, and PSC
into one IT Service Center (ITSC). In
consolidating IT insfrastructure, ITSC ensures
small OPDIVs are able to meet their unique
business objectives while achieving compatibility,
interoperability, and standardization. Beginning in
FY04, this investment expands to include HHS-
wide IT infrastructure support for Web Portal
(hosting and server administration) and UFMS
(backup and disaster recovery). Beginning in
FY06, this investment expands to include
operations and maintenance for HHS-net
(including 2 HHS-wide Network Operations
Centers) and HHS enterprise e-mail.
The HHS PKI, as noted in the HHS Target                $5.5    $8.3    $7.7   $1.3   $1.9   $1.1    $4.2
Enterprise Architecture, provides two enterprise-
wide security services: (1) issuance of digital
certificates to all HHS staff (e.g., FTEs, Public
Health Service, Contractors, etc.) and SSL-
enabled (i.e., encrypted) web applications; and (2)
Agency managed certificate validation and NARA
records management for all HHS applications that
accept certificates for user authentication and/or
digitially signed data submissions. The HHS PKI
follows the shared service provider model in
support of PMA and OMB objectives and enables
HHS to meet eGog and E-Authentication
requirements.
Supports the HHS public Web presence to                $3.5    $4.1    $4.3   $2.0   $0.6   $0.8    $1.5
enhance the delivery of comprehensive health and
human services information to the public via the
Internet. Also supports the HHS enterprise
intranet site to support the disemmination of
internal information to employees to enhance their
ability to collaborate across the enterprise and
reduce the need to duplicate common information
at each Operating Division.
Optimizing the current HHS networks and                $5.3   $12.5   $14.0   $3.3   $7.0   $4.5    $2.0
communications services.
The HHS Enterprise E-mail initiative aims to              $5.9   $10.4    $9.4    $5.9   $0.0   $0.0    $0.0
develop an enterprise-wide E-mail and
calendaring solution to meet the Department’s
needs. This initiative is one of several strategic IT
initiatives associated with the Department’s
enterprise-wide IT consolidation effort and further
supports the Secretary’s One HHS vision. The
Secretary of HHS has identified this initiative as
one of his highest priorities. The five goals
identified for this HHS Enterprise E-mail initiative
are: Goal 1: Reduce costs of providing E-mail
service to over 65,000 HHS employees,
contractors, and other users. Goal 2: Provide
consistent functionality for all HHS E-mail users.
Goal 3: Develop the most efficient E-mail
operation possible for HHS E-mail users. Goal 4:
Provide all HHS E-mail users a consistent E-mail
address scheme. Goal 5: Provide a calendaring
solution giving the ability to schedule people and
Secure One HHS is an enterprise-wide IT Security         $13.0    $9.8    $9.6   $11.5   $8.4   $8.1    $1.5
Program designed to provide the highest levels of
confidentiality, integrity, and availability necessary
to protect the information and resources of HHS.

Procurement system consolidation.                         $2.7    $0.0    $0.0    $2.7   $0.0   $0.0    $0.0

The Consolidated Infrastructure provides                 $91.8   $92.4   $92.2    $0.5   $1.5   $5.7   $91.3
Helpdesk services, network support, server
support, application software licensing to FDA
wide staff. Services include self-help by allowing
users to browse a knowledge base, Tier 1 help
which is telephone help by a call taker, Tier 2 help
which is a subject matter expert dispatched to the
customer's desk, and Tier 3 expertise that is either
vendor support or other top-level experts. The
Call Center is made up of a unified service
ticketing system and user support personnel
Agency planning and customer's locations.
distributed among theexecution for GISRA and              $4.1    $4.8    $4.1    $1.6   $1.6   $0.4    $2.5
CIP. Includes security audits and remediation
ISSO FTE's and any other expenses related to IT
Security. Includes antivirus licensing, disaster
recover, off-site storage.
 HRSA¿s Information Systems Security Program              $1.4    $1.4    $1.4    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $1.4
is a comprehensive, integrated solution that
enables HRSA to minimize and manage risk by
establishing a more secure environment while
allowing the flexibility to meet all security
mandates.
HRSA IT Consolidated Infrastructure Services              $1.8    $2.4    $2.5    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $1.8
provide for consolidated services with NIH that
include email, desktop, training and IT
procurement.
The HRSA ITSC Regional Office Consolidation               $0.8    $0.7    $1.8    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.8
represents HRSA's costs for sevices provided by
the Small OPDIV ITSC which was formed in
FY04.
HRSA Multimedia and Telecommunication                     $1.0    $1.3    $1.6    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $1.0
Services provide for multimedia and telecom
services to support programmatic needs.
The HRSA General Support System maintains                 $5.1    $2.9    $2.3    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $5.1
operational and COOP services for HRSA.
This business case is for the IHS Infrastructure,       $15.2   $12.1    $12.1    $2.3    $1.8    $1.8   $12.9
Office Automation, & Telecommunications
(I/OA/T) program and will specify how these
projects/investments- are integrated and managed
across the entire enterprise. The entire enterprise
includes all organizations within IHS (e.g., The
IHS Infrastructure, Office Automation, &
Telecommunications (I/OA/T) program and will
specify how various projects/investments- are
integrated and managed across the entire
enterprise. The entire enterprise includes all
organizations within IHS (e.g., Headquarters, Area
Offices, and Service Units). The requirement is
not intended to imply that every individual project
included in the I/OA/T program is implemented
centrally by the IHS CIO organization. The
programs intend is to ensure that all of these
projects are integrated into an overall strategy that
is consistent with the IHS’ strategic direction and
allows for consolidation and integration across the
This major IT investment includes all CDC IT            $95.7   $98.9   $100.6   $34.5   $36.0   $36.6   $61.2
infrastructure services and costs. the
infrastructure services included in this initiative
include wide area networking, email services
(Microsoft Exchange), Internet/Intranet web
services, desktop and servers, directory services,
tier one helpdesk, telecommunications,
videoconferencing, remote access, and
infrastructure software. Additionally, CDC has
implemented a major initiative to reduce costs and
gain efficiencies through consolidation of these
services. In accordance with HHS directives, CDC
is committed to consolidating all IT infrastructure
services into a central organizational unit,
Information Technology Services Office (ITSO),
reporting to the agency Chief Information Officer
(CIO).
Redesign of the existing NCEH ProTrack system            $0.0    $0.3     $0.2    $0.0    $0.3    $0.2    $0.0
into a state of the art technology that incorporates
additional features such as printing standard
forms needed for intramural/extramural projects
and cross-clearances, peer review for new
projects, advertisement of weekly activities
happening though the center, and various OMB
requirements as they apply to the Paperwork
Reduction and Clinger/Cohen Act.
Enterprise Security costs are aggregated into one        $4.9    $5.1     $5.3    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $4.9
entry. Entry includes Mid-Tier Data Center
initiative.
 VB application used by MASO Admin staff for             $0.0    $0.0     $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0
tracking all personnel data.
This investment provides the basic office                 $6.6     $6.8     $6.8    $3.3    $3.4   $3.4     $3.3
automation and IT infrastructure (workstation
hardware and software, LANs, and Internet
connectivity) for the 25 CDC Global AIDS
Program offices throughout Africa, Asia and the
Caribbean. The investment supports the
Enhanced e-Government aspect of the President's
Management Agenda for the exchange of
information between the public health service
providers, U.S. government offices, international
partners (such as UNAIDS and the WHO), and
third country governmental and non-governmental
organizations. Facilities Management System
The Integrated                                            $0.7     $2.6     $0.9    $0.7    $2.6   $0.0     $0.0
(IFMS) creates a platform to share information
between desparate systems through an intuitive
user interface. IFMS will provide significant
benefits for the CDC including efficiency,
accuracy, cost reduction, emergency
preparedness, and incident response.
Consolidation of office automation support                $2.4     $4.7     $3.1    $1.7    $3.0   $1.4     $0.7
systems for the National Center for Infectious
Diseases that do not fall under the CDC
Enterprise Infrastructure consolidation.
The system provides automated support of the              $0.1     $0.0     $0.0    $0.1    $0.0   $0.0     $0.0
operations of the Center’s administrative
management.
This system provides automated support of the             $0.1     $0.1     $0.1    $0.1    $0.1   $0.0     $0.0
operations of the Center's administratvie
managment.
The system provides automated support of the              $0.2     $0.2     $0.2    $0.0    $0.0   $0.0     $0.2
operations of the Center's administrative
managment. IT provides decision support
information to NCHS managers & consolidates
many systems into one integrated system.
The system provides automated support of the              $0.1     $0.1     $0.1    $0.0    $0.0   $0.0     $0.1
operations of the Center's administrative
managment.
System provides atuomated support of the                  $3.6     $2.6     $3.3    $1.3    $1.1   $1.2     $2.3
operations of the Center's administrative
management.
Provides automated support of the operations of           $2.0     $2.0     $1.9    $0.7    $0.7   $0.8     $1.4
the Center's administrative management.
The NIH IT Infrastructure program consists of           $210.8   $219.7   $223.2   $23.2   $21.4   $0.0   $187.6
network infrastructure, cyber security, office
automation, help desk support, and
telecommunications for all of NIH. The
Infrastructure provides basic tools for information
technology and communication to Principal
Investigators conducting original research, NIH
Clinical Center Patients, NIH administrative and
scientific personnel including employees and
contractors performing their responsibilities in this
mission, and dissemination of critical health
information to the public. Services include
managing connectivity with the public internet, e-
mail, IT security, help desk, and wireless
communications. In addition, the Infrastructure
supports operations of the Health Resources and
Services Administration (*HRSA), another OPDIV
Information Management support for Council               $0.2    $0.2    $0.2    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.2
Review, including electronic data products to
support NANDS Council.
Ensures the confidentiality, integrity, and              $0.4    $0.4    $0.4    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.4
availability of SAMHSA's IT infrastructure in
compliance with legislation, PDD 63, and DHHS
requirements.
SAMHSA LAN cabling, web maint, web analysis,             $0.7    $0.8    $3.9    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.7
Intranet support, PC/LAN training, network
engineer sup, technical PC sup, helpdesk sup,
PC/LAN proj mgt, COTS, IT supplies, IT h/w,
airtime for cellphones and pagers, copier maint.
 his task ensures adequate security for the              $0.6    $0.7    $0.8    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.6
operations and assets are under AHRQ¿s control.

 This effort provides support to AHRQ's existing         $1.2    $0.9    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $1.3
infrastructure, maintaining network connectivity,
server administration support.
 The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality          $0.3    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.3
is moving into a new facility in fiscal year 2003. To
better prepare the new facility for the Agency's IT
requirements, this effort has been established.

 These operations support the day-to-day                 $0.8    $1.0    $1.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.8
functions of the ITS team, including maintenance
and support agreements. These operations also
include small purchases, small agreements with
Federal Agencies,
These infrastructure activities support the physical    $85.3   $82.0   $80.6    $4.3    $4.1    $4.0   $81.0
hardware, operating software, applications,
telecommunications, enterprise security, and
network components required for the day-to-day
business operations and program administration
of CMS.
The infrastructure modernization strategy is a key       $3.3    $2.9    $0.0    $3.3    $2.9    $0.0    $0.0
element integral to e-government modernization
because it provides the secure platforms and
networks to enable introduction of Internet access,
modern collaboration, workflow management, and
communication technologies. E-government
modernization will depend upon the 3-zone
Internet architecture to enable rapid deployments
of web service applications, enhancing customer
service and reducing call volumes at the various
Medicare the objectives for compliance with
Supports call centers.                                   $2.4    $9.6    $8.0    $2.4    $9.6    $8.0    $0.0
section 912 of the Medicare Prescription Drug,
Improvement and Modernization Act of 2003
(MMA) which requires Medicare Administrative
Contractors (MAC), Fiscal Intermediaries (FI) and
Carriers to establish contractor-wide information
security programs and have them evaluated
annually.
This investment provides the basic enterprise IT        $13.1   $96.6   $73.2   $13.1   $96.6   $73.2    $0.0
framework and capacity to meet the Agency's
most immediate MMA data and workload
processing needs. MMA implementation requires
that CMS implement an enterprise-wide e-
Government technical information systems
architecture as well as data messaging, query and
data management improvements; and also
provide additional data center capacity.
These funds support IT security, particularly          $1.0   $1.0   $0.7   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.0
critical infrastructure protection. This enables ACF
to assist its business partners in enhancing the
general IT security for Federal/State exchange by
protecting their systems that link to ACF.

ACF's Correspondence Control System (CCS)              $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.1
electronically tracks internal, incoming and
outgoing correspondence throughout ACF
program offices. CCS tracks workflow of
correspondence from the public, states,
Congress, and the White House.
This investment in building and supporting the         $1.5   $1.5   $1.5   $0.5   $0.0   $0.0   $1.0
ACF Web presence will provide the services
needed for citizen-centric web development,
extend the use of the web-based document
management platform across the ACF enterprise,
and implement portal technology.
Software licenses, extra copies and upgrades to        $0.5   $0.3   $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.5
existing licensed software, hardware procurement
for support of AoA custom in-house applications,
including associated communications costs,
database maintenance, application support,
training and configuration.
 Desktop Computer hardware and peripherals             $0.2   $0.3   $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
 The contract provides for on-going basic support      $0.7   $0.3   $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.7
for the networked computing environment as well
as for continued system upgrades/improvements.
 Hardware Equipment purchases                          $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
 Miscellaneous desktop hardware, software and          $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
peripherals.
 Includes web design & posting services, web-          $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
based training, mainframe charges, legal
information services, and specialized data
analysis applications.
OCR charges for local and long distance phone          $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.4
service, video conferencing services, and for ISP
(Internet Service Provider) charges (e.g. for staff
on travel).
Security relating to Certification and Accreditation   $1.1   $0.5   $0.6   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.1
(C&A), and Security Training.
This project provides the office automation,           $2.4   $2.4   $2.8   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $2.4
communications and secure network services to
support the remote site delivery capabilities of
FOH.
This project provides the resources for operational    $0.7   $0.6   $0.5   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.7
support to auditors, investigators, evaluators,
attorneys & their professional work systems
through on-site services at 10 major OIG sites, on-
call services at 83 other field locations.
 This project provides data communications             $1.6   $1.2   $1.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.6
support to auditors, investigators & evaluators to
enable them to function as local, regional, or
national work teams accessing, analyzing &
reporting on mission activities.
This infrastructure program provides various           $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
support services, including the training of OIG
staff in the specialized core competencies related
to data analysis and computer forensics.
This project provides the resources to acquire,        $0.8   $0.7   $0.5   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.8
license, upgrade and replace various computer /
communications hardware and software
supporting OIG operations.
HHS Enterprise Architecture Program                   $15.1   $13.1   $15.0   $11.3   $10.4   $12.7   $3.7
This investment implements and maintains a             $4.5    $7.8    $2.0    $4.5    $3.8    $0.3   $0.0
portfolio management application for use at the
Operating Division and Department levels in
support of the HHS Capital Planning and
Investment Control process. The portfolio
management tool application captures program
data for IT investments, scores investments and
ranks them in investment portfolios. The
application also supports extensive portfolio-level
analysis of IT investments to track achievement of
cost, schedule and performance baselines.
FY 2005 Exhibit 300 quality consulting services.       $0.2    $0.0    $0.0    $0.2    $0.0    $0.0   $0.0
Implementation of earned value management.             $0.0    $1.0    $0.0    $0.0    $1.0    $0.0   $0.0

CMM, Policy, SOPs, Guidelines, etc. for Centers        $3.4    $2.8    $2.6    $2.8    $2.3    $2.1   $0.6
and Agencywide, not including the OCIO Project
Management Office.
FDA is pursuing the development and                    $0.9    $1.1    $1.0    $0.9    $1.1    $0.7   $0.0
management of a standard approach to IT project
management (PM) to ensure sound management
and achieve compliance with government CPIC
requirements, The FDA Office of the CIO has
obtained expert training and consulting services to
lead and mentor FDA IT staff. This project
includes an assessment of current FDA IT project
management practices, the development of IT PM
best management practices, training, mentoring
and support of Agency project managers and staff
to ensure that the training is effective and fully
implemented. IT PM best management practices
will also incorporate reporting requirements for
Exhibit 300s.
IT Planning (Portfolio Management, Data Calls,         $3.5    $3.6    $3.5    $2.3    $1.8    $1.4   $1.2
Strategic Planning)
 Provides for the capital planning and IT              $1.5    $1.3    $1.3    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $1.5
investment management support for the Agency.
The purpose of this project is to develop a GIS        $0.3    $0.5    $0.0    $0.3    $0.2    $0.0   $0.0
architecture in NCEH to facilitate effective,
sustainable and cost efficient use of GIS
technology to support environmental health
research and problem solving. This architecture
will be designed to provide a GIS “toolbox” that
can be easily used by capable NCEH staff to
generate interactive maps and perform GIS
analysis functions. The toolbox will be based on
the full range of GIS software which will allow
users to publish the generated interactive maps
on the CDC intranet and/or the Internet. EA
The Standards Catalog provides the CDC                 $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $0.0
standards that have been approved as part of the
CDC EA.
 This investments include the costs associated         $0.8    $0.9    $0.9    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $0.8
with CPIC planning, implementation, and the
contractor costs associated with the CDC
Enterprise Systems Catalog (ESC). CDC's IT
investment inventory.
This investment is a combination of efforts in the     $0.7    $1.6    $1.6    $0.7    $1.6    $0.0   $0.0
NCID Office of Informatics related to consolidation
of IT within the organization.
NIH NLM Infrastructure Architecture                    $0.6    $0.6    $0.6    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $0.6
ODCIO oversees the development of a strong              $5.3   $5.5   $1.6   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $5.3
program for the management of NIH's IT
resources that meets the mission of NIH, the
needs of the user community, and Federal
requirements.
NIA CIO planning including consolidation as well        $0.9   $0.6   $0.6   $0.6   $0.5   $0.5   $0.2
as security implementation and policy coverage.
CIO and IT Management, Systems Architecture,            $0.5   $0.6   $0.6   $0.5   $0.6   $0.6   $0.0
Process Improvement, and Strategic Planning
activities.
Cost of government personnel responsible for IT         $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.3
and security management, planning, review,
budgeting, policy implementation and coordination
with NIH and HHS enterprise activities.
Implementation of NIH and HHS IT policy at
NIEHS located in Durham, North Carolina.

IT System Analysis object classification codes          $0.5   $0.5   $0.5   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.5
25.25 (ADP services and time), 25.AB and 25.AD
which are IT system analysis, programming,
design and engineering including advice on TC
planning and the salaries for IT personnel who are
involved with systems analysis, architectural
design and engineering, and planning of IT
systems.
Information Technology Staff full-time employees        $0.4   $0.4   $0.3   $0.4   $0.4   $0.3   $0.0
involved in IT Planning and Management.
CIO and CIO Advisor activities, Strategic planning,     $0.5   $0.4   $0.6   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.5
IT Financial reporting
This investment represents the design of our            $0.0   $0.2   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
overall system. This system will be improved over
the next few years. Addresses problem of
disparate systems and designs and moves NIAMS
towards a unified architecture and compliance
with the NIH Enterprise Architecture. This will
result in a more effective use of Information
Technology and more economical support of the
systems. Will also enable easier future sharing
with other ICs and OPDIVs.
The NIAMS Scientific and Information Technology         $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
Branch requires various Information Technology
(IT) tools to help us continuously document our IT
systems and infrastructure. In FY05 we will begin
mapping our Extramural Program (EP) IT
processes. These automated tools are needed to
improve the effectiveness of the planning process.
Technology Planning will serve as a bridge              $0.3   $0.5   $0.4   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.3
between established IT standards and science
practice. It articulates, organizes, and integrates
the content and processes of science in a
particular discipline with integration of appropriate
technologies
 IT investments supporting strategic management         $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
of IT operations
The Division of Information Resources                   $0.8   $0.8   $0.8   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.8
Management (DIRM) provides centralized IT
services to all of SAMHSA.
 Provide support and services to assist the Chief       $0.4   $0.4   $1.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.4
Information Officer (CIO) with efforts to improve
Agency-wide information technology
interoperability, measures, reduce IT service
costs,
These activities enable the agency to develop,         $2.4    $0.8    $1.5   $0.6    $0.2    $0.4   $1.8
integrate, and maintain sound capital planning and
investment control (CPIC) processes and
procedures as required by the Clinger Cohen Act,
such as project management, requirements
management, IT investment management, and
performance management.
 These funds support IT investment management          $0.2    $0.2    $0.2   $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $0.2
activities, such as capital planning and reviews,
ACF IT policy, and DHHS/ACF consolidation
activities.
Includes development and maintenance of IRM            $0.4    $0.4    $0.4   $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $0.4
policy, IT COOP and disaster recovery, policy and
technical support for Department-wide initiatives,
project management, enterprise-wide security
planning, and training.
Implementation of Executive Order 13335                $0.0   $52.7   $75.0   $0.0   $52.7   $75.0   $0.0

For FY2004, the OIG will contine to implement its      $0.7    $0.7    $0.7   $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $0.7
internal Information Security Program begun in
FY2000, from within its base budget. Resources
and activities continue to focus on the POA&M
responding to GISRA findings.
 The OIG is participating in the Department's          $0.2    $0.2    $0.2   $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $0.2
Security and COOP programs. This project
provides the reources for that participation as well
as to establish a tested, operational COOP
capability for the OIG.
GATES provides end-to-end automated support            $6.4    $6.9    $6.3   $3.1    $3.5    $2.8   $3.4
for both agency and customer grants management
operations through the entire grants life-cycle,
from announcement through close-out, including a
range of grants performance monitoring and
reporting features. It interfaces with the
Grants.gov portal that enables customers to
identify and apply for HHS social service grants
(find and apply). Currently GATES supports ACF
and AoA grants programs, and the remaining HHS
service grant-making OPDIVs are being migrated
to GATES under the HHS Grants Systems
Consolidation initiative.
HRSA Grants management provides for the                $1.1    $1.1    $0.8   $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $1.1
operations and maintenance of the agency's grant
management system.
The HRSA Grants Consolidation with NIH ERA             $0.2    $2.5    $4.3   $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $0.2
supports the efforts of the HHS consolidated E-
Grants initiative.
 A client/server system to track grants and            $0.3    $0.3    $0.3   $0.2    $0.2    $0.1   $0.0
cooperative agreements for NCCDPHP. The
system tracks award amount, proposed costs for
line items, carryover monies, components, and
target populations.
 Online grant application system to record             $0.2    $0.2    $0.2   $0.1    $0.1    $0.1   $0.1
programmatic informatiobn for the Preventive
Health Block Grant (a formula grant). Name
change to more accurately reflect the system
scope, as it is very limited.
 Provides information on and tracks the                $0.2    $0.3    $0.3   $0.1    $0.1    $0.1   $0.1
processing of project grants and block grants
awarded and administered by CDC; facilitates in
the production of grant award notices; aids in
monitoring grantee compliance with terms and
conditions.
National Public Health Performance Standards           $0.2    $0.2    $0.2    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.2
Program public site for communicating information
about the program, its instruments and services.
 Rape Prevention Education Grants System: Web-         $0.3    $0.3    $0.3    $0.3    $0.3    $0.3    $0.0
based system to collect and disseminate grant
applications for the Rape Prevention Education
Grant.
 Web-based app that tracks Extramural Grants           $0.2    $0.2    $0.3    $0.2    $0.2    $0.3    $0.0
and Cooperative Agreements from pre-award
planning phase through final year of award.
 Web-based collection of grantee report data to        $0.1    $0.1    $0.1    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.1
consolidate data collection efforts and eliminate
repetitive request to grantees.
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) processes     $43.4   $42.3   $42.1   $23.9   $20.1   $20.0   $19.6
more than 50,000 research grant applications
each year. The applications are peer reviewed
and the best qualified applicants chosen to
perform the research specified. The grantees are
awarded funds, the progress of the research
monitored, and results are analyzed to prepare
plans for future grants. The sheer volume of
applications requires an automated system to
support the business processes in administering
15 - 20 billion dollars for research grants each
year. The eRA system provides the technology
capabilities for the NIH grants personnel to
efficiently and effectively perform the grants
administration functions. tracking system that
The ADAMS II is a grant                                $0.7    $0.8    $0.8    $0.1    $0.1    $0.1    $0.6
facilitates the review, management, and award of
research grants employing data from centralized
NIH data systems
The Child Health Information Retrieval Program         $1.1    $1.1    $1.0    $0.8    $0.6    $0.5    $0.3
(CHIRP) supports NICHD’s grant application
coding and reporting requirements using data
extracted from the NIH IMPAC II grants
management system. CHIRP provides the
capability to capture scientific coding, financial
information, investigator information, and project
abstracts. It has a fully integrated reporting tool
that allows the users to dynamically create reports
based on any field and any criteria desired.
The CERES system provides planning, production         $1.8    $1.8    $1.7    $1.2    $0.9    $0.9    $0.6
and tracking support for NICHD Scientific
Initiatives in support of the NICHD misson to
ensure that every person is born healthy and
wanted, that women suffer no harmful effects from
reproductive processes, and that all children have
the chance to achieve their full potential for
healthy and productive lives, free from disease or
disability, and to ensure the health, productivity,
independence, and well-being of all people
through optimal rehabilitation. is a series of
The IMPAC II Extension project                         $2.0    $2.1    $2.1    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $2.0
initiatives proposed by the NCI Institute
Information Systems Advisory Group (IISAG)
needed to support NCI internal business
processes.
The Extramural Financial Data Branch (EFDB) is          $0.5   $0.5   $0.5   $0.5   $0.5   $0.5   $0.0
responsible for fiscal control for NCI-wide grant
programs and for information management of the
systems required to maintain financial data on all
Institute grant expenditures related to the
formulation of all major grant budget submissions.
EFDB is responsible for providing information both
current and historical, trends analysis and policy
recommendations to the Director and the NCI
Executive Committee regarding the funding of
grants. This project provides application
development, query, scripting and report building
support to EFDB and FMB so they might
This system allows the enterprise creation of these
effectively use existing electronic data sources.       $0.7   $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.6
checklists and capture of the data from each
grant.
 The Grants Reseach Information Tracking                $1.7   $0.5   $0.1   $1.7   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
System (GRITS) system used to record grant
funding and coding decisions that fits into the
current Enterprise Architecture .
This project provides access to the grants file         $0.3   $0.4   $0.4   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.3
including the ability to search for particular grants
or documents.
Maintenance of Microsoft Access system used in          $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
grant portfolio analysis to perform specialized
queries and to generate reports against the NIH
enterprise reporting database.
Support for NEI Grants Management includes              $0.5   $0.4   $0.5   $0.1   $0.0   $0.1   $0.5
hardware, software, programming and
management. (Previously reported in 009-25-01-
03-02-8703-00). Supports mission of selecting
and managing grants related to the research on
diseases and conditions of the eye. Allows a
search capability to determine other similar or
related studies funded in any
geographic/demographic area.
This system is used to track grant applications         $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
through receipt, referral, award and program
management. Provides a central facility to
manage all external research activities in the most
effective fashion.
Headquarters and extramural software support for        $0.7   $0.8   $0.6   $0.0   $0.1   $0.0   $0.7
on-going grants system operations and
maintenance. Allows NIMH to award grants in a
timelier manner, to make informed justification and
funding decisions, to maintain a repository of key
decisions, and to foster communication essential
to the extramural program.
 Database development to enter grant information        $0.2   $0.3   $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.3
and develop queries and reports in order to submit
data related to the National Center for
Complementary and Alternative Medicine
(NCCAM) grant funding.
 Database Support Services for grant application        $0.1   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
scanning and processing for National Institute of
Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering.
The SAMHSA Grants Information Management                $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
System is an agency wide system that assists the
Office of the Administrator, and Review, Budget,
Grants Management and Program Offices...
 This investment provides funding for AHRQ's use         $0.2     $0.4     $0.4     $0.0     $0.0     $0.0    $0.2
of NIH's grants management system, IMPAC II.

Supports the issuance and reporting of all CMS           $0.1     $0.0     $0.0     $0.0     $0.0     $0.0    $0.1
grants awards.
 The system is a repository of legacy data of the        $0.2     $0.2     $0.1     $0.0     $0.0     $0.0    $0.2
solicitation, review, award and post-award
monitoring for grants funded under the Older
Americans Act (OAA) prior to AoA's transition to
GATES.
This is the extramural portion (grants to states and     $0.3     $0.3     $0.3     $0.0     $0.3     $0.3    $0.3
local health departments) of the CDC PHIN Health
Alert Network (UPI code of 009-20-01-03-0298-
110-031.)
CDC Immunization Registries provides extramural         $29.0    $30.1    $31.2     $9.2     $9.6     $9.9   $19.8
funding (grants) to state and local health
departments to develop immunization registries.
There is no corresponding intramural investment.
These are the extramural dollars being awarded in       $11.2    $11.2    $11.2    $11.2    $11.2    $11.2    $0.0
support of the major project, 009-20-01-02-01-
0362-00-110-218.
This investment are the extramural dollars that are     $19.3    $18.6    $18.6    $19.3    $18.6    $18.6    $0.0
awarded through the major investment 009-20-01-
21-01-0615-03-110-031.
This investments represents the extramural costs       $143.0   $143.0   $143.0   $143.0   $143.0   $143.0    $0.0
associated with non-major intramural -009-20-01-
05-02-1134-00-110-031. This investment is a sub
system of the PHIN infrastructure. IT funds that
are awarded to state and local health departments
through cooperative agreements for bioterrorism.

This is the extramural part of project UPI code of       $0.0    $25.5    $25.5     $0.0    $25.5    $25.5    $0.0
009-20-01-03-1163-00-110-031.
 This initiative represents extramural funds being      $10.8    $10.3     $9.5     $8.8     $8.4     $8.3    $2.0
awarded in support of the the Public Health
Monitoring initiative.
 This initiative represents extramural funds being       $0.0     $0.0     $0.0     $0.0     $0.0     $0.0    $0.0
awarded in support of the Public Health Research
activities.
This investment represents the extramural funding        $1.5     $0.8     $0.9     $0.8     $0.0     $0.0    $0.8
(grants to states and local health departments) in
support of the Public Health Services investment.

 Small Business Innovative Research The                  $1.2     $0.0     $0.0     $1.2     $0.0     $0.0    $0.0
Agency¿s SBIR program funds a series of
projects designed to determine the scientific,
technical and commercial merit and feasibility of
research and development efforts originating from
small business.
Clinical Informatics to Improve Patient Safety The       $0.0     $0.0     $0.0     $0.0     $0.0     $0.0    $0.0
CLIPS program is an effort to leverage information
technology to reduce medical errors and increase
patient safety. AHRQ realigned its overall budget
in fiscal year 2004, which resulted in an IT
Informatics portfolio. This investment is now
reported as part of this new portfolio.
This supports IT-based training grants, Primary          $0.0     $0.0     $0.0     $0.0     $0.0     $0.0    $0.0
care practice based reserch efforts and
investigator initiated endeavors. AHRQ realigned
its overall budget in fiscal year 2004, which
resulted in an IT Informatics portfolio. This
investment is now reported as part of this new
portfolio.
Patient Safety Healthcare IT program. This              $43.3    $34.6     $39.6    $43.3    $34.6    $39.6     $0.0
portfolio includes the examination of IT value in a
variety of settings , planning grants and
implementation grants.
This investment is not a "system", but rather a       $1,618.6 $1,793.7 $1,827.1   $404.6   $448.4   $456.8 $1,213.9
transfer of funds to the States for the federal
share of State Medicaid systems costs. Through
the Medicaid appropriation, CMS pays a portion of
States' costs for the design, development,
installation, and ongoing operation of Medicaid
Management Information Systems and ancillary
payment and administrative systems to support
the Medicaid program.
This project provides IV-D and IV-E systems            $820.2   $868.1    $939.6     $0.0     $0.0     $0.0   $820.2
grants to states as in the President's Budget.



The mission of this program is to transform the         $23.7    $59.0     $51.8    $23.7    $59.0    $30.9     $0.0
business and financial management policies,
processes and systems of DHS into a single
solution that addresses the financial management,
acquisition and asset management requirements
for the department.
DHS contribution to Financial Management LoB.            $0.1     $0.1      $0.1     $0.1     $0.1     $0.1     $0.0

 Technical Investigations (TI) equipment for             $4.5     $4.1      $4.0     $4.5     $4.1     $4.0     $0.0
surveillance and Integrated Intercept Technology.

The Frieght Assessment Program will provide a            $0.0     $0.0     $10.0     $0.0     $0.0    $10.0     $0.0
significant supporting system to the Indirect Air
Carrier and Know Shipper Databases. The
approach will be designed to systematically
analyze raw data via a inter-agency database.
The model of the system will contain data merged
together from inter-agency databases, GAO & IG
recommendations, industry strategies and
improvements, technological improvements that
have been verified adn validated.
 This Integrated Wireless Network (IWN) initiative     $258.0   $255.0    $289.5   $142.9   $125.8   $146.7   $115.1
includes mobile radio and the application of
emerging technologies.
Joint Disaster Management eGov initiative EP&R          $21.0    $16.4     $12.3     $8.7     $6.8     $5.1    $12.4
/DHS sponsor
The E-GEOSPATIAL will establish a framework,           $260.7   $272.4    $285.5   $208.3   $219.0   $228.4    $52.4
organizational structure, and requisite resources
to geospatially enable the DHS enterprise. The E-
GEOSPATIAL focuses on the establishment of the
Homeland Security Target Geospatial Enterprise
Architecture (GEA-HLS) and will implement the
GEA and the Geospatial Enterprise Information
Technology Architecture (GEITA) as key,
integrated elements of the DHS Enterprise
Architecture (EA).
DHS enterprise-wide HR Information Management            $0.6    $21.0     $21.0     $0.6    $21.0     $4.5     $0.0
system to support the new Personnel Regulations
(i.e. MaxHR). Replaces 100+ legacy HR
systems. Working with OPM's HR Line of
Business to ensure maximum economies of scale
and value to taxpayer.
Part of a multi-agency business case. DOL is the         $0.0     $0.2      $0.2     $0.0     $0.0     $0.2     $0.0
managing partner.
Part of a multi-agency business case. EPA is the          $0.8    $0.9    $0.8   $0.0   $0.0    $0.0    $0.8
managing partner.
Part of a multi-agency busines case. SBA is the           $0.0    $0.7    $0.8   $0.0   $0.0    $0.0    $0.0
managing partner.
Part of a multi-agency business case. DOI is the          $0.1    $0.1    $0.2   $0.0   $0.0    $0.0    $0.1
managing partner.
Part of a multi-agency business case. GSA is the          $0.0    $0.7    $0.8   $0.0   $0.0    $0.0    $0.0
managing partner.
Part of a multi-agency business case. GSA is the          $1.2    $1.4    $1.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.0    $1.2
managing partner.
Part of a multi-agency busienss case. NARA is             $0.0    $0.1    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.0    $0.0
the managing partner.
Part of a multi-agency business case. GSA is the          $0.0    $0.4    $0.5   $0.0   $0.0    $0.0    $0.0
managing partner.
DHS contribution to the Human Resources LoB.              $0.0    $0.2    $0.2   $0.0   $0.2    $0.2    $0.0

Part of a multi-agency business case. OPM is the          $0.0    $2.3    $0.0   $0.0   $0.0    $0.0    $0.0
managing partner.
part of a multi-agency business case. OPM is the          $0.2    $0.2    $0.2   $0.0   $0.0    $0.0    $0.2
managing partner.
DHS contribution to E-Gov initiative                      $0.0    $3.7    $4.1   $0.0   $3.7    $4.1    $0.0
DHS contribution to Case Management LoB                   $0.0    $0.5    $0.5   $0.0   $0.5    $0.5    $0.0

Integrated DHS Terrorist Screening to                    $10.0   $10.0   $10.0   $9.7   $8.6    $8.5    $0.3
consolidate, re-use, and/or retire "stove-pipe"
applications that develop multiple terrorist Watch
Lists being used in multiple OE's. Establishing
operational system interfaces for DHS
organizations that receive data from the Terrorist
Screening Center for use in watch list operations.
The ERMS provides the Department with an                  $0.0    $1.0    $1.5   $0.0   $1.0    $0.7    $0.0
integrated approach to document and records
management systems that will reduce duplicative
stand-alone document management efforts and
increase efficiency by reducing activity in or
duplication of several efforts within the
Department.
VIS supports the Systematic Alien Verification for        $5.8    $2.9    $5.0   $2.7   $1.4    $2.7    $3.1
Entitlements (SAVE) Program by providing
automated status-verification information to
Federal, state, and local benefit-granting and
entitlement agencies.
The Integrated Card Production System provides           $24.4   $24.4   $34.4   $1.9   $1.9   $11.9   $22.6
for all the hardware, software, operational contract
support, and the facilities required to print secure
cards granting immigration privileges or benefits to
applicants.
Designed to support processing of applications            $4.9    $5.1   $13.9   $0.0   $3.1    $3.1    $4.9
and petitions, capture fees and provide funds
control, provide case status and support and
record the results of the adjudication of each
application/petition.
Established to provide: naturalization processing,        $9.4   $10.0   $21.9   $0.0   $3.1    $3.1    $9.4
interface with associated INS databases,
improved accuracy, and more timely and accurate
information to the public.
Provides O&M support for the Complete File                $0.4    $0.5    $0.5   $0.0   $0.0    $0.0    $0.4
Review (CFR) application. This ancillary web
based CLAIMS 4 application supports the
automated review of Naturalization case files to
ensure that the file is ready for applicant interview.
Manages, tracks, and accounts for customer wait        $0.0   $0.1   $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
times and reasons for appearance at USCIS
District and Sub-offices.
DOS Data Share facilitates the sharing of              $0.4   $0.5   $0.5   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.4
immigrant, visa issuance and Port of Entry data
between the DOS, USCIS and USCBP through
the cross population of data between the Consular
Affairs, National Visa Center, CLAIMS, CIS and
IBIS systems.
Automates the entry and edit of applicant              $0.4   $0.6   $0.6   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.4
information, produces data cards for employment
authorization documents, and produces denial
documents supporting the I-765 application.
The ERRDPP is a new application that will              $1.8   $1.6   $1.8   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $1.5
automate the process for disseminating
information as required by E-FOIA and will comply
with the Government Paperwork Elimination Act
(GPEA) and Paperwork Reduction Act (PRA).
The Integrated Common Interface (ICI) Proof-of-        $0.7   $0.9   $1.6   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.7
Concept Prototype project was established to
develop an integrated view of information from
multiple application data sources in response to a
user's single query.
Integrated Voice Response System (IVRS) is a           $0.3   $0.4   $0.5   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.3
Service Center telephone accessible voice
response platform, providing a 24x7 automated
voice response of CLAIMS 3 case status in
English and Spanish to callers.
Knowledge Management application that                  $0.5   $0.5   $0.5   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.5
electronically disseminates the most current
immigration regulations and procedural manuals,
legal reference materials and forms, and
additional resources that are not available through
any subscription service
MFAS supports C3 casework processing for               $0.2   $0.4   $0.4   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
aliens who, under the Marriage Fraud Amendment
Act, had been granted a conditional residency, as
a result of marriage, later enabling a change of
status to that of legal permanent residence.

A centralized data repository of records with          $1.5   $1.8   $1.9   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.5
biographical data (name, date of birth, mother's
first name, father's first name, and country of
birth) and biometric data (digital images of facial
picture, fingerprints, and signature).
Supports HQPMD staff in tracking case reviews          $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
for QA purposes using a Microsoft Access
database application.
USCIS maintains microfilm records on individuals       $1.8   $2.6   $3.3   $0.2   $0.6   $1.2   $1.6
who entered the U.S. between 1906 and 1975.
MiDAS will allow the transfer of approximately
80,000,000 back files on deteriorating microfilm to
a more stable media.
Tracks aliens subject to expedited removal who         $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.3
are referred to an asylum office for credible and/or
reasonable fear determination. Provide updates
on the establishment of identity, establishment or
credible fear claims, and mandatory bars to relief.
CoA is the interface to the NCSC Call center and        $0.3    $0.4    $0.8   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.3
the system that receives and processes telephone
changes of address for naturalization applicants.
It also includes support for the receipting and
processing of AR-11 change of address cards.

Provides security services for CIS computer and         $0.0    $0.0    $2.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
telecommunications; establish security policies,
standards, and procedures; security education
and awareness, risk analyses; security
verifications; supports system C&A efforts; create
system security plans.
Provide resources for all web development and           $0.0    $0.0    $5.4   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
maintenance activities. Includes web content
management, development of web based
transactions with CIS customers and staff, CIS
web site maintenance, and web site hosting.
Automated benefit card packaging and routing            $1.3    $2.0    $2.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.3
system that polls the CLAIMS 3 database for
benefit card print requests, bundles the
biographics and biometrics associated with the
applicant, and after the card is printed, updates
the CLAIMS 3 system.
Allows the public to schedule an appointment to         $0.0    $0.0    $1.8   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
visit a USCIS office. By visiting
www.infopass.usics.gov on the internet customers
can follow simple screen prompts that will allow
them to schedule an appointment with a USCIS
office in their area.
National Scheduler is a USCIS enterprise wide           $0.3    $3.0    $2.8   $0.0   $2.5   $2.3   $0.4
service application to schedule customer services
such as ASC appointments, interviews, oath
ceremonies, and/or local office visits in response
to an automated or manually originated request.

Integrate the application development and               $0.0   $10.0   $10.4   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
maintenance efforts under the supervision of the
OCIO, so that all such efforts for all applications
are coordinated for data integrity and
standardization and release management for
consistency across the USCIS.
Analyzes system functional requirements; design         $0.0    $0.0    $0.4   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
specifications; procurement or maintenance to
minimize risks to the government and supporting
contractors in completing the efforts. Maintains
system requirements traceability matrices and test
documents.
FD258 Mainframe and FD258 Enterprise Edition            $1.4    $2.0    $2.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $1.4
provide centralized repositories pertaining to the
tracking and disposition of all criminal history
background checks of applicants as requested of
the FBI via electronic fingerprint submittals.
Provides IT support to the Immigration Fraud            $0.0    $0.4    $3.5   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
Detection and National Security Unit mission of
USCIS
Leveraging the experience and proven success of         $3.2    $3.1    $4.8   $1.6   $1.4   $1.0   $1.6
the FOIA/PA Information Processing System
(FIPS) will ensure a highly effectual, cost effective
enterprise-wide solution for DHS.
CIS provides USCIS with information about             $2.5    $3.5    $6.5   $0.0   $0.0   $1.9   $2.5
persons of interest to USCIS. CIS also interfaces
with other USCIS databases. CIS currently
maintains approximately 45 million detailed
records on individuals of interest to USCIS.
NFTS is an intranet web-based system intended         $6.5    $8.6    $8.9   $2.3   $2.4   $2.6   $4.2
to increase the ability of USCIS to track and
account for nearly 50 million Receipt and A-Files.
The Records Management Systems Project will           $0.0    $1.9    $2.1   $0.0   $1.9   $2.1   $0.0
implement the Records Management application
component, as described in the INS Enterprise
Architecture.
Track and disseminates human rights information       $0.1    $0.1    $0.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
electronically.
Facilitates processing of N-400, N-600 and N-565      $0.5    $0.5    $0.6   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.5
applications. Automatically conducts security
checks (FBI, Customs); schedules applicant
interviews & oath ceremonies; generates
correspondence and reports; interfaces with and
updates other DHS systems.
Tracks and facilitates processing of I-589 and I-     $0.6    $0.6    $0.6   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.6
881 applications. Conducts internal and external
security checks; schedules applicant interviews;
generates correspondence and charging
documents; interfaces with and updates other
DHS systems.
The Digital Performance Dashboard enables CIS         $0.0    $1.4    $0.5   $0.0   $1.1   $0.0   $0.0
to portray status of operating processes, key
performance metrics, multiple views USCIS data
and drill-down and analytical capabilities.
The Office of Business Liaison provides for a staff   $0.0    $1.9    $1.9   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
to work with business system owners as
advocates to ensure functional requirements are
properly defined and reflected in system change
requests and that system implementations meet
user requirements.
OCTO provides leadership in ensuring the              $0.0    $0.0    $2.8   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
appropriate of technology according to DHS and
USCIS standards and policy, maintain knowledge
regarding IT best practices and innovative
solutions, develop, recommend, enforce, and
evaluate technology policies.
Provides funding for the Enterprise Applications      $0.0    $4.8    $9.6   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
and Business Liaison Leads, which coordinates all
efforts concerned with the development and
operations of all USCIS enterprise software and
records management IT applications.
Provides the funding needed to operate and            $0.0    $1.0    $1.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
support the OCIO, executive projects and
initiatives, conferences, participation in the CIO
Council, and other CIO IT projects to promote
USCIS Director's goals, objectives, and priority
projects
Coordinates and oversees the management of all        $0.0   $20.0   $20.8   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
IT programs, performs planning, budgeting, and
financial control; investment review and resource
allocation decisions, vendor and alliance
management; HR coordination; provides
administrative support.
Provides funding for operating the office for            $0.0   $11.5   $11.5    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0
System Assurance Testing and Deployment.
Provides enterprise-wide strategy for testing and
deployment of enterprise business applications in
direct support of the USCIS mission.
Oracle DB supports casework data entry and               $0.3    $0.3    $0.3    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.3
tracking for Significant Public Benefit Parole
(SPBP) and Humanitarian Parole (HP). Includes
data entry, generation of forms, correspondence
and cables, and creation of management and
statistical reports.
IDENT (2 digits of 10 print image): Primarily an         $0.0    $0.0    $1.4    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0
enforcement system, CIS uses the IDENT to store
2-digit fingerprints
Funding for the management of information                $0.0    $2.0    $2.1    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0
technology operations portfolio within the Office of
the Chief Information Officer.
Provides voice and PDA services for USCIS                $0.0    $2.8    $2.8    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0
Headquarters personnel assigned to the National
Capitol Area
Provides data mining, analysis, and reporting tools      $0.0    $6.7    $3.5    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0
for "lessons learned", management reporting,
fraud detection and prevention, customer
relationship management and innovative new
approaches to achieving the USCIS mission.

Maximize accessibility, reusability, reliability, and    $0.0    $6.7    $4.8    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0
overall quality of USCIS enterprise data resident
in heterogeneous systems. Enables data
sharing and standardization, which contributes
toward overall data quality improvement and
distribution.
RAFACS has been replaced by the National File            $0.2    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.2
Tracking System (NFTS).

 The Enterprise Financial Management System              $3.0    $0.5    $0.5    $2.7    $0.0    $0.5    $0.3
(EFMS) project is an implementation of Oracle
Federal Financials Release 11i for the USSS, a
JFMIP compliant COTS core financial system.
FFMS provides INS with core accounting                  $13.5   $14.3   $15.2    $0.1    $0.1    $0.1   $13.4
capabilities and is a joint Financial Management
improvement Program (JFMIP) certified,
commercial financial management system.
The SAP implementation project is a joint effort to      $5.8    $3.3    $3.3    $5.9    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0
replace numerous legacy financial, budget,
procurement and proprietary systems with the
integrated SAP R/3 software.
 This project will streamline and automate the          $20.5   $35.0   $35.5   $20.5   $35.0   $35.5    $0.0
process currently utilized to support collection and
data input of Timecards and enable scheduling of
baggage screeners and associated personnel at
airports. 04 UPI: 024-00-01-14-01-1110-00

ECS is an automated cash register system,                $0.4    $0.4    $0.4    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.4
interfaced with ACS that automates fee collections
at Ports of Entry. Current implementation is 235
ECS registers at 62 ports. Plans are to expand
ECS to 51 additional ports and handle legacy INS
collections.
Overarching initiative containing small                  $4.9    $4.2    $4.2    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $4.9
financial/mixed systems that CBP will ultimately
retire after full implementation of SAP.
DCOS maintains records of debts owed,                    $0.4     $1.3     $1.3     $0.0     $0.0     $0.0    $0.4
generates dunning notices, applies collections,
and refers delinquent accounts for litigation.
Automate and streamline the business processes           $0.5     $0.3     $0.3     $0.3     $0.2     $0.2    $0.3
and redue the costs related to creating, routing,
authorizing, approving, and sumitting for payment
all travel documentation.
Supports the acquisition, conservation, use              $1.1     $1.2     $1.2     $0.0     $0.0     $0.0    $1.1
reconciliation, and disposal of all personal and
real accountable property.
Centralized database that maintains the records          $0.7     $1.3     $1.4     $0.0     $0.0     $0.0    $0.7
on immigration bonds.
The FLETC's financial management system, will            $0.9     $0.9     $0.9     $0.0     $0.0     $0.0    $0.9
be consolidated with DHS e-Merge -- UPI 024-00-
01-01-01-0611-00-402-129.
 02400010301132000 IDENT is a two-print                 $13.3    $12.4    $12.5     $0.0     $0.0     $0.0   $13.4
biometric identification functionality that collects
fingerprints and photographs and is linked to other
information about individuals stored in the
Enforcement Integrated Database (EID).
 02400010301127000 SEVIS is an Internet-based           $15.5    $45.7    $48.9     $4.3    $30.0     $4.3   $11.2
system that provides tracking and monitoring
functionality, with access to accurate and current
information on non-immigrant students and
exchange visitors, and their dependents.

System for search of DAKS and EID databases              $0.5     $0.3     $0.3     $0.3     $0.0     $0.0    $0.2
for special interest aliens.
Secure video conferencing capability for ICE Intel       $0.3     $0.3     $0.3     $0.0     $0.0     $0.0    $0.3
field and HQS facilities.
Web-site of ICE Intel produced reports and               $0.4     $0.5     $0.5     $0.0     $0.0     $0.0    $0.4
intelligence products for search and access by
ICE law enforcement and intelligence community.
Processes and disseminates classified                    $0.1     $0.2     $0.2     $0.0     $0.0     $0.0    $0.1
information up to Secret level and exchange
information with Federal law enforcement and
intelligence agencies to identify an ddisrupt
international terrorism and organized crime.
The US-VISIT Program is intended to facilitate         $328.1   $340.0   $390.0   $270.6   $254.0   $283.9   $57.5
compliance with the statutes by providing for: (1)
integration or interfacing of data relevant to the
entry, exit, and status of foreign nationals, (2)
enabling access to entry and exit data for
authorized law enforcement and intelligence
agency purposes and (3) identifying action and
reporting on foreign nationals who have
overstayed the legal duration of their admission.
 CEE is a DHS consolidated law enforcement               $0.0     $0.0    $44.2     $0.0     $0.0    $31.6    $0.0
system designed to support the intelligence,
interdiction, law enforcement and investigative
efforts of the Department.
This initiative sets the foundation for building the     $0.0     $0.8     $0.8     $0.0     $0.8     $0.8    $0.0
desired state of Integrated DHS Targeting through
the conduct of a Detailed Study for Integrated
DHS Targeting supported by a Targeting Systems
Center of Excellence and targeting and planning
experts.
The Automated Targeting System (ATS) is a web-           $8.9    $24.2    $22.5     $0.0     $0.0     $0.0    $8.9
based enforcement tool that helps Customs and
Border Protection (CBP) inspectors and import
specialists focus on inbound and outbound cargo
shipments and passengers that most warrant their
attention.
Modernization of CBP business processes and IT        $305.7   $305.5   $305.5   $264.6   $252.6   $228.0   $41.1
systems and infrastructure to provide functionality
needed to support its mission. (Infrastructure
portion of ACE is also included in Consolidated
DHS Infrastructure 300.)
024-15-01-11-01-1100-00 Integrated,                    $11.1    $16.2    $16.2    $11.1    $16.2    $16.2    $0.0
govenernment-wide system for the electronic
collection, use and dissemination of the
international trade transactions data.
FAST is a bilateral initiative with Canada and         $10.3    $10.5    $10.6     $3.9     $0.0     $0.0    $6.4
Mexico designed to ensure the safety of cargo and
expedite border releases for commercial truck
shipments. Only drivers working for C-TPAT
enrolled companies can enroll in FAST.
The License Plate Reader (LPR) system captures          $6.0     $3.1     $3.1     $3.0     $0.0     $0.0    $3.0
an image of a vehicle's license plates, converts
the image to text showing the state/province of
origin and the alphanumeric characters, formats
the data, and sends a primary vehicle query to the
TECS.
On-scene agents are provided with near real-time       $24.2    $88.1    $51.3    $20.2    $64.4    $18.6    $4.0
information on attempted border crossings by
illegal aliens, terrorists, or smugglers. The
installation of surveillance and sensory systems
enables monitoring of targeted expanses of the
border.
GES will consolidate all personnel, software, IT       $12.0    $11.6    $11.6     $0.4     $0.0     $0.0   $11.6
hardware and other capital assets required to
support the DHS business functions for facilitating
low-risk travelers at border crossings. GES will be
a centralized enrollment and reporting system.

This project will analyze and generate rule-based       $0.0     $1.4     $3.0     $0.0     $1.4     $3.0    $0.0
risk scores of private vehicles crossing the
nation's borders. The system will input license
plates numbers of vehicles at the border and
cross-reference TECS crossing, state DMV, and
other data.
Advance passenger information is required in            $8.1     $8.1     $7.9     $0.0     $0.0     $0.0    $8.1
order for CBP, Coast Guard and other federal
agencies to support national security.
Modifications, operation, and maintenance of an        $10.0    $10.0    $10.0     $5.5     $5.0     $3.5    $4.5
automated scheduling system to deploy Federal
Air Marshals; and injection of functional
enhancements to improve MSP efficiency and
effectiveness.
The Air-to-Ground Communication System is              $10.0    $10.0    $18.5     $6.5     $6.5    $11.0    $3.5
designed to close the critical communications gap
and provide the Federal Air Marshals with a
functional and reliable wireless communications
system for use while they are in flight and provide
the critical communications capability in the event
of a security/emergency situation. The Federal
Air Marshal Service is currently engaged in the
research, analysis and technology evaluation to
implement an Air-to-Ground Communication
System and provide the Federal Air Marshals with
the ability to conduct operations while in the
normal mission location – inside of an aircraft
cabin at cruising altitude.
 This FY05 programmatic effort will establish a          $52.6   $137.4   $353.1    $52.6   $137.4   $353.0     $0.0
common, DHS-wide strategy for access control
through real time validation of identity, and
determination of access privileges at secure sites
designated by DHS.
 Connect video security systems at the airports          $10.0    $14.0    $10.1     $9.9    $11.5     $6.5     $0.1
and other transportation modes to monitor for
security, emergency actions, risk mitigation,
employee performance and for other legal and
investigative reasons.
 Section 1 Human Resources services provide for         $137.9   $113.1   $123.2     $0.0     $0.0     $9.6   $137.9
the recruitment, qualification and examination of
all categories of employees.
 Section 2 Human Resources Services provide full-        $44.9    $36.7    $47.1     $0.0     $0.0     $9.3    $44.9
service federal HR operations for all TSA
employees, excluding Executive level staff and the
FAMS, including;Selection of
candidates,Orientation,entry-on-duty, Personnel
actions.
ONRA seeks to extend its current risk assessment         $64.0    $60.0    $94.5    $64.0    $21.1    $17.1     $0.0
(RA) platform, initially established to support
threat-based risk assessment for CAPPS II, to
equip other TSA/DHS orgnizations with a
common, centralized risk assessment platform.
The proposed RA platform provides four key
capabilities: watch list, risk assessment of
currently unidentified persons-of-interest, ID
authentication, and vetting against Department of
Justices/Violent Criminal lists. This investment
will provide significant savings in transaction costs
as well as the benefit of consistent, time-tested
screening (threat assessment) capabilities. The
RA platform will offer economics of scale in data
acquisition, data management of the consolidation
of intelligence and analytic resources.
 The PMIS was conceptualized as the method                $5.0     $5.0     $5.0     $5.0     $5.0     $3.6     $0.0
through which TSA will create and implement this
focus on performance and accomplish its goals of
becoming a performance-based organization.
The Electronic Baggage Screening Program              $1,040.0   $611.3   $993.8   $909.2   $436.3   $711.0   $130.8
(EBSP) seeks to prevent catastrophic loss and air
piracy through screening passenger checked
baggage while ensuring freedom of movement for
people and commerce. EBSP covers all modes of
transportation, including aviation, maritime & land,
trucking, and rail. The current deployed
technology primarily covers aviation security.
The Passenger Screening Program verifies that            $62.1   $109.5   $187.0    $48.1    $79.5   $130.5    $14.0
the individuals who are traveling do not carry any
items that could be used as threats. This program
is designed to leverage screening equipment and
technologies across all modes of transportation.

This project maintains vessel entrance, clearance,       $0.4      $0.2     $0.2     $0.0     $0.0     $0.0     $0.4
fuelings and licences for all seaports and
transmits this information to MARAD. This
information supports components of Trade Act
2002.
BRASS is an automated cargo release system               $0.4      $0.4     $0.4     $0.0     $0.0     $0.0     $0.4
designed to expedite the processing of CBP
identified highly compliant, low-risk, repetitively
shipped products.
The OMR EDW Datamart provides managers and           $0.5   $0.0   $0.0   $0.5   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
users a common source of key summary
operational data needed to develop and maintain
performance measures for their operations at the
local, regional, and/or national levels.
CAOS randomly schedules POE enforcement              $1.2   $0.2   $0.4   $1.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
operations (EO) and inspector lane rotations,
announces operations via LED signs, records EO
activities in a centralized database and produces
statistical and analytical EO reports for POE
management.
This project provides inspectors and mail            $0.2   $0.2   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
specialists an interface with US Postal Service
and the ability to assess duties and fees on mail
imports.
Primedia Workplace Learning will provide             $1.4   $1.1   $1.4   $0.2   $0.3   $0.3   $1.3
Customs broadcast capability to 350 sites with
24/7 education and information programming.
Customs will utilize the Law Enforcement Training
Network (LETN), which provides law enforcement
specific programming and has a lending library of
over 2000 titles.
The OIT Process Asset Library is an organized,       $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
indexed, searchable repository of process assets
that is accessible by anyone who needs process-
related information.
This project modernizes a legacy mainframe pre-      $0.5   $0.1   $0.1   $0.5   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
employment application. The redesigned system
will be flexible, provide data consistency and
visibility.
 Replace the terminal emulator product,              $4.0   $0.1   $0.0   $3.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.6
DynaComm/Elite 3.5.2 with IBM's Host on
Demand (HOD)(32 bit emulator). Dynacomm is no
longer supported by vendor. (The infrastructure
portion of TERP is also included in the
Consolidated DHS Infrastructure 300.)
Includes several small plannning and development     $0.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.3
projects each under $100K.
A multi-faceted equipment/aircraft and material      $0.9   $0.9   $0.9   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.9
tracking system. It tracks status hours, flight
hours, landings, cycles, maintenance man-hours,
work orders and consumption data. It provides an
accurate and simple method of keeping up with
inspections, service bulletins, airworthiness
directives, and time compliance components. The
system also provides long range projections to
assist in scheduling aircraft operations, etc. and
comprehensive inventory control and replacement
cost. Is part of Air Interdiction Aviation System.
The system includes APATS, ILS and GFP
The purpose of this project is to Improve and        $0.4   $0.4   $0.4   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.4
automate the current CMIR data entry process in
order to capture CMIR data as quickly as
possible, develop a solution for scanning, faxing,
and screen-based collection and input of the
CMIR, and allow access to stored data.
This project extends CBP Technical Support                $1.5    $0.5    $0.5   $1.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.4
Center’s (TSC) core business through the use of a
web interface and a Knowledge Management tool,
and replaces the existing Service Management
tool with BMC/Remedy to strategically align with
other DHS Support Centers.

Project is to develop prototype to communicate            $0.9    $0.0    $0.0   $0.9   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
and transmit RPM/RIID-acquired data (compilation
of radiation interdiction data and legacy system
meta data) to a centralized location for near-real-
time remote access.
PBRS collects boating data and facilitates the flow       $0.5    $0.0    $0.0   $0.5   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
of boating traffic, greatly improves the collection of
proper user fees, improves targeting for high-risk
arrivals, and allows inspectors to maintain a travel
history on the movements of boats.

PAES provides a method for reporting the arrival          $0.5    $0.1    $0.1   $0.5   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
of private aircraft; provides the data and
functionality needed to process arrivals and target
security threats; and includes a communications
interface to capture flight arrival information from
the FAA.
OI-EI Database & LAN/Workstation Support:                 $0.0    $4.4    $2.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
Contractor staff within ICE, Office of Investigations
providing data quality analysis, web programming,
Cognos development, and LAN and workstation
end user support on mission specific, time
sensitive responses, and knowledge of OI
databases. Funding is to pay for Contractor
Services on OI mission needs.
Detention and Removal Operations program                  $0.0    $0.8    $0.8   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
support (DROPS)
                                                          $0.2    $0.2    $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.2

Web based analytic system to compare and                  $3.6    $2.2    $2.3   $3.0   $1.1   $1.1   $0.6
analyze source data from existing commercial,
financial, enforcement, and passenger databases.

The IHP Video Teleconferencing (VTC) program              $0.5    $0.5    $0.5   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.5
was established to provide INS video
teleconferencing capabilities at EOIR courtrooms
with remote correctional facilities and Detention
Facilities in support of IRP.
A subsystem of ENFORCE, GEMS is designed to               $0.3    $0.3    $2.1   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.3
provide casework, documentation, and scheduling
support to Counsel offices.
The Worksite Enforcement case information                 $0.4    $1.3    $1.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.4
system (LYNX) supports the INS worksite
enforecement functions. INS managers,
Investigations personnel and district counsel
employees are primary users.
This project will replace the MLCC database with          $0.0    $0.2    $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0
a more capable platform that will also service the
needs of any investigation identifying financial
information.
ENFORCE will support all enforcement processes           $15.1   $12.4   $12.6   $7.6   $4.5   $4.6   $7.5
and make enforcement data available at all levles
of the Service nationwide.
DACS was established to meet information needs            $1.1    $1.2    $1.2   $0.0    $0.0   $0.0   $1.1
of personnel in NS Service Processing Centers
(SPC) and Detention and Removals (D&R)
organizations in district and regional offices.
A document imaging and retrieval system                   $0.1    $0.1    $0.1   $0.0    $0.0   $0.0   $0.1
designed to support Forensic Analysts and
Intelligence Officers in locating, verifying, and
storing documents in the FDL Reference Library.
The CAIS application of the Institutional Removal         $0.9    $1.0    $1.0   $0.0    $0.0   $0.0   $0.9
Program (IRP) was established as an Enforce
component that will provide general casework
processing and management functionality to IRP
offices throughout INS.
DOT will complete the full Exhibit 300 for this           $0.0    $0.0    $4.6   $0.0    $0.0   $4.6   $0.0
initiative. This initiative will provide vital aviation
security communication and information
technology related capabilities in five specific
project areas: Airborne Internet (AI); Air to
Ground Communication System (AGCS); System
wide Information Management (SWIN); Network
Centric Operations; and Unmanned Air Vehicle
Sensors.
This system will provide the support required for         $0.4    $4.3    $4.3   $0.4    $4.4   $4.4   $0.0
the integration of Partnering Organization
Recruitment, Resource Scheduling, Student
Registration, Student Enrollment, Marks
Processing, Exam Scheduling, Automated
Testing, and Transcript Production.
Automates the accreditation process for the Office        $0.1    $0.1    $0.1   $0.1    $0.1   $0.1   $0.0
of Federal Law Enforcement Training
Accreditation which provides Federal law
enforcement agencies an independent means to
demonstrate their ability to comply with
established training standards.
AES assists in the enforcement of export laws,            $4.2    $4.2    $4.3   $0.0    $0.0   $0.0   $4.2
improve data collection for trade statistics, and
facilitate export trade thru the electronic filing of
the Shipper's Export Declaration data by the
Trade community.
The objective of BSDP is to provide 24/7                  $3.7    $3.4    $0.1   $0.0    $0.0   $0.0   $3.7
monitored surveillance systems and to enhance
the security infrastructure of all POEs along the
U.S. Northern border with Canada and Southern
border with Mexico.
This project is to upgrade and enhance existing           $0.7    $1.3    $1.3   $0.0    $0.0   $0.0   $0.7
land mobile radio infrastructure and subscriber
equipment along the Northern Border to greatly
enhanced tactical communications coverage and
capability.
 The new system will continue to be centrally             $6.1   $17.0   $18.1   $4.0   $12.0   $8.3   $2.1
managed and will promote standardization of law
enforcement practices across regions, improve
information quality and timeliness, and enhance
internal communications.
The Trade Act of 2002 requires the collection of          $1.4    $0.1    $0.1   $1.2    $0.0   $0.0   $0.2
electronic cargo information by CBP, either prior
to the arrival of the cargo in the United States or
prior to its departure from the United States by
any mode of commercial transportation.
An application where users can scan and store             $0.5    $0.5    $0.5   $0.0    $0.0   $0.0   $0.5
security-related documents as multi-page Taaged
Image File Format (TIFF) image files on the
network.
Implementation of Services Modernization’s IT          $23.7   $13.9   $52.2   $20.1   $10.6   $44.0    $3.7
initiatives provide USCIS with a flexible technology
strategy and systems foundation necessary to
meet the mission, goals, & objectives of USCIS
and DHS.
 FY04 UPI: 024-00-01-14-01-1140-00 TSA                  $5.0    $5.0    $5.0    $2.8    $3.2    $0.0    $2.3
Operating Platform is a common environment for
hosting applications;integrated data infrastructure;
content; and a collection of “shared services”.

To ensure adequate contract administration,            $10.0    $1.0    $1.1    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0   $10.0
audits and oversight to conform to public law and
terms of the contracts.
COATS is an initiative to acquire IT services to        $9.7    $9.9   $10.2    $0.1    $0.1    $0.2    $9.7
provide a web-based, online environment for
conducting tests for entry-level and promotion
positions. It replaces the existing, paper-and-
pencil-based testing environment.
CareerFinder provides a web-based job                   $0.8    $0.8    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.8
announcement and employment application
process for CBP, CIS, and ICE. The investment
uses a COTS product ("QuickHire"), with a CBP-
branded user interface.
The CBP-Personnel Reporting On-Line (C-PRO)             $0.3    $0.1    $0.1    $0.3    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0
is a human resources report generation and
distribution system designed for executives and
staff of the CBP and the Tri-Bureau HR Shared
Services initiative.
This project will more accurately and efficiently       $0.5    $0.0    $0.0    $0.5    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0
track project status. This project will improve on-
line reporting web site for enterprise-wide data
accessibilty.
PERSECS tracks the status of personnel security         $0.0    $0.1    $0.1    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0
clearance requests and identifies the level of
national security and ADP clearances in effect for
personnel.
A centralized database accessible to enter or           $0.2    $0.3    $0.3    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.2
retrieve data on positions. Position records are
established and maintined by headquarters and
the regional offices. Districts and sectors have
retrieval access.
Tracks INS selectees (new hires) and provides           $0.3    $0.3    $0.3    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.3
headquarters, the administrative centers, and
district offices with a centralized database for
recording and reproting hiring activities against
vacant positions.
Supports electronic processing of requests for          $0.4    $0.7    $0.7    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.4
Personnel Actions.
02415000502300800 Tracks grievances and                 $0.0    $0.1    $0.1    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0
disciplinary cases
02415000502301200 Companion module of                   $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0
SARS. Fingerprint module.
The Training Managment System provides a                $0.1    $0.1    $0.1    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.1
Service-wide training management application
containing a centralized respository of training
history data.
Provides automated support to handle a variety of       $0.0    $1.2    $1.2    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0
aspects of training; e.g., tracking, providing,
coordinating etc.
A mainframe application used to collect, maintin,       $0.6    $0.7    $0.8    $0.0    $0.0    $0.0    $0.6
and report workload and resource usage statistics
(G-23).
A web based application that provides support in      $0.4    $0.5    $0.5    $0.0   $0.0    $0.0    $0.4
class-management areas of planning, organizing,
monitoring, contolling evaluation, budgeting and
reporting for ICE, CIS and CBP
The TSA Learning Mangement System supports            $1.6    $1.5    $1.5    $0.0   $0.0    $0.0    $1.6
the delivery of all TSA learning and development
programs and manages scheduling and records
for all classroom and online training courses.
This project pays the reimbursables to maintain      $16.4   $18.9   $19.0    $0.0   $0.0    $0.0   $16.4
the main HR systems - payroll, personnel, time
and attendance, eSF-52's, and eOPF
This project migrates and consolidate the three       $6.5   $34.5   $11.5    $0.1   $0.4    $0.0    $6.5
main HR obsolete legacy systems (CUPS,
CPMIS, IPPS) to more modern platforms provided
by NFC.
 The Coast Guard Financial and Procurement            $5.0    $3.0    $3.0    $0.0   $0.0    $0.0    $5.0
Desktop automates and integrates several Coast
Guard financial systems into one core web-
enabled program.
 Coast Guard Oracle Financials is the primary         $1.6    $1.6    $1.7    $0.0   $0.0    $0.0    $1.6
accounting system for Coast Guard financial
managers. It includes modules for Accounts
Receivables, Assets, Projects, Inventory,
Accounts Payable, Purchasing, and General
Ledger.
Vessel Logistics System (VLS) combines three          $5.6    $5.6    $6.1    $0.0   $0.0    $0.0    $5.6
projects that were individually reported for FY05.
Their Unique Project Identifiers were NESSS
(SCCR) – 024-60-01-01-01-6090-00-405-145;
FLS - 024-60-01-12-01-6042-00-404-137; CMPlus
– 024-60-01-12-01-6022-00-404-137. VLS is
used to refer to that collection of systems or
applications used to provide vessel logistics
information management capacity to the Coast
Guard.
NAIS will provide the capability to collect,         $24.0    $4.0   $32.6   $24.0   $4.0   $29.1    $0.0
disseminate, and store data from shipboard AIS
equipment. Data will be used by the Coast Guard,
other Government agencies, and military services
to monitor maritime activity and for various
analyses.
 Supports incident response, contingency              $4.3    $4.5    $4.5    $0.0   $0.0    $0.0    $4.3
planning, violation reporting and processing,
vessel casualty investigation and analysis, vessel
documentation, user fee collection, analysis of
mission performance, monitoring of program
effectiveness.
 The Coast Guard’s Readiness Management               $3.0    $3.0    $3.0    $1.4   $0.4    $0.1    $1.6
System enables the Coast Guard to improve the
way it measures, monitors, and manages
readiness based on common enterprise-wide
definitions and standards.
Program provides recapitalization and system          $2.5    $2.5    $2.5    $0.0   $0.0    $0.0    $2.5
support to all Coast Guard Area/District/Section
level command centers.
The CASP system supports Coast Guard Search           $0.4    $0.4    $0.4    $0.0   $0.0    $0.0    $0.4
and Rescue (SAR) operations worldwide. CASP is
accessed by all Coast Guard Rescue
Coordination Centers (RCCs) to identify search
areas and plan the allocation of resources.
This project started with FY99 Drug Supplemental        $5.3   $5.3   $5.3   $4.0   $4.0   $4.0   $1.3
funding to provide MARFLIR for 378s and 270
Cutters. Since then the program has expanded to
include all PBs and 210 Cutters. Currently the
project has procured 77 of the 167 systems
required. At the current funding levels this project
will not reach a completion due to the need for
technology refresh and recap.
This project started with funding from an FY99          $0.8   $0.8   $0.8   $0.8   $0.8   $0.8   $0.0
Drug Supplemental. Subsequently utilized FY03
RP for $761K Recurring to bring current inventory
to 44 handheld thermal imagers. Current plan is
to procure a total of 486 systems. Initial aquisition
should be completed in 8 yrs w/ adoption of a 5 yr
plan to procure 315 systems with increased
funding to approx. $3.15M per year.
Commenced surface night vision program using            $2.5   $2.5   $2.5   $2.4   $2.4   $2.4   $0.1
FY99 Drug Supplemental funding to provide
various types of personal and surface vessel night
vision devices. Currently the program is still in
acquisition with an inventory of approximately
1100 devices with a requirement to provide
apporximately 3000 units to the field. The initial
acquistion phase should be completed by the end
of FY07.
I-ATONIS is used at Aids to Navigation (AtoN)           $0.9   $0.9   $0.9   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.9
units, aids to navigation offices, and CG
Headquarters for program oversight, determining
budget models, reporting marine information,
evaluating trends, producing inventories, creating
various reports, managing assets, building
servicing schedules and tracking AtoN and related
hardware.
JMIE/MAGNET is a web enabled oracle database            $3.6   $5.2   $2.8   $1.5   $3.0   $0.5   $2.1
hosted on DISA's SIPRNet. Provides DHS and
Intell Comunity users with integrated near real-
time information on vessels, people and cargo
coming into and departing US ports and waters.

Original funding was provided in FY03. A portion        $2.0   $2.0   $2.0   $2.0   $2.0   $2.0   $0.0
of the funding in FY 03 and 04 was passed back
to the general budget. Currently wrapping up a
capability study and will use the recommendations
to validate requirements to devleop a conops and
initiate request for proposals to begin fielding.

SCCS-270 provides CG cutters navigation &               $5.2   $3.4   $3.4   $3.7   $0.0   $0.0   $1.5
tactical operations capability with the Command
Display & Control Integrated Navigation System, &
uses Sun RISC processors & Solaris operating
system in Client/Server architecture on latest
DISA Common Operating Environment
SCCS-378 provides CG cutters navigation &               $2.2   $3.8   $3.4   $0.7   $0.4   $0.0   $1.5
tactical operations capability with the Command
Display & Control Integrated Navigation System, &
uses Sun RISC processors & Solaris operating
system in Client/Server architecture on latest
DISA Common Operating Environment
Equip Coast Guard cutters with a Universal              $4.0   $4.0   $4.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $4.0
Automatic Identification System to provide
enhanced information transfer between ships as
well as ship and shore-based systems to
significantly improve navigational safety and
homeland security.
This program began in FY03 to provide intergrated       $0.9   $0.9   $0.9   $0.3   $0.3   $0.3   $0.6
navigation systems for cutters not currently
equipped. Project will be completed once all
cutters are equipped with this capability.
The MMLD system automates the various marine            $0.7   $1.2   $1.3   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.7
licensing and documentation processes including
recordkeeping of merchant mariners of the U.S.
The records include the documentation, license
and employment infomation on each U.S. mariner
and World War II Merchant Mariner Veteran's
Status information (DD-214 program). The
information in MMLD is also used in Coast Guard
investigations of marine casualties, violations, and
negligence; in DOJ litigation; in DOD manning of
the Ready Reserve Fleet in time of national
emergency; and to provide information to mariners
Shipunions. simulator used to train personnel on
and handling                                            $0.3   $0.3   $0.4   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.3
navigation, bridge team coordinaton, restricted
water transits and emergency procedures.

NPFC-CIMS supports NPFC's mission to manage             $0.5   $0.5   $0.4   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.4
the funding and prosecution of pollution cases.

NPFC-COFR supports the NPFC mission to                  $0.3   $0.2   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.3
certify the financial responsibility of vessel owners
and operators. These certificates are used to
manage access to U.S. waters and identify
responsible parties for covering costs associated
with any related pollution incidents.
NPFC-CPS supports NPFC's mission to                     $0.3   $0.3   $0.2   $0.0   $0.0   $0.0   $0.3
adjudicate third party claims for compensation for
damages caused by oil pollution. It also supports
claims from trustees for Natur