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OFY 1995 PATROLL ESTIMATE INCLUDES PERSONNEL COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS, INCLUDING TEMPORARY EMDYMENT AS OF 10/21/93; EXCLUDES ALL CONTRACTUAL PERSONNEL. **EXCLUDES VALUE OF LAND ESTIMATED AT $3.2 BILLION.

$7,350,000

Units

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$560,664,000

Replacement Value

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35,500,000 35,000 PHONES

272

286 ACRES

27,814,000 1,297,547 SF

490,000,000 13,777,395 SF 3,446,198,000

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31,421,000

246,192,000 **

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2.0 CONSTRUCTION

2.1

2.2

2.3

2.6

Construction Management

Design
Facilities

Major Modifications

TOTAL.....

3.0 ELECTRONICS 3.1

3.2

3.3

3.4

3.5

Conveyor Systems
Fire and Life Safety
Radio/TV
Security Support

Speech Reinforcement/Clocks

TOTAL..

Total Supervisory Positions % of Staff

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ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITOL, INCLUDING SUPREME COURT ORGANIZATION FUNCTION STRUCTURE, RESOURCES AND ASSETS FY 1994 % of FY 1995 % of All Sources Positions Appropriation FY 1996 Request FY 1995

13

13

3

252

201

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9

107

116

1.0 ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITOL

4.0 ENERGY
4.1
4.2
4.3

Energy Management
Power Plant
Utility Services

TOTAL...

5.0 ENVIRONMENTAL SAFETY
5.1
5.2
5.3

Air Pollution
Asbestos Removal
Nazardous Waste

TOTAL...

6.0 FOOD SERVICES

6.1 House 6.2 Senate

TOTAL

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FY 1995 Payroll

0.5%

2.5%

16.5%

19.435

$444,220

0.1%

0.3%

0.3%

0.7%

333,485

312,746

697,586

681,140 389,473

2,614,430

475,912 5,998,947

...

6,474,859

9/30/93

No Year Available for Outlay

434,138 342,958

777,095

1,280,472 516,376

13,457,987 791,227

16,046,062

3,093,741
2,213,016
65,746

5,372,305

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0.1%

674.474

1.23 6,661,460

377,563

1825 6,661,460 1,052,037

Value of Sales/ Rental/Billings

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108

115

57

85

142

90

609

699

256 673

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2.1% 3.1%

3.25

3.3%

22.3X

25.61

9.4% 24.7%

0.5%

34.3%

0.1%

0.1%

2,933,469 4,807,796

7,741,264

8,820,385

950,000 34,164,817

43,935,202

11,978,371 22,067,263 350,000

34,395,63%

47,958 47,958

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ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITOL, INCLUDING SUPREME COURT
ORGANIZATION FUNCTION STRUCTURE, RESOURCES AND ASSETS
Total
% of
X of
Supervisory Positions
FY 1996
All Sources Positions Appropriation FY 1994
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7,550,000
130,000

784,000

8,464,000

FY 1995
Request

4.5%
0.1%

7,700,000

0.5%

1,831,000

3.1% 9,531,000

% of FY 1995

4.0% 0.0%

1.0%

5.0%

FY 1995
Payroll

⠀⠀⠀⠀

9/30/93

No Year
Available
for Outlay

40,440

40,440

Value of Sales/
Rental/Billings

7,700,000
20,114,000

27,814,000

Unite

150,000 SF 1,030,400 SF

117,147 SF

1,297,547 SF

Replacement
Value

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TOTAL.

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2,730

2.3% 0.2%

0.2%

0.1%
0.1%
0.6%

0.2%

3875

0.1%

0.1%

2.9% 0.4%

0.7%

4.0%

4,660,104 556,754

490, 159

339,938

205,586

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0.2%

541,944 147,730

0.1%

0.1%

108,274

0.5%

797,947 100.0% $167,248,000

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12.0 STAFF FUNCTIONS 12.1

12.2

12.3
12.4

12.5
12.6

12.7

Legal
12.8 Special

Administrative

Architectural
Budget
Engineering
Executive Officer

Information Resources Management

13.0 COMMUNICATIONS

TOTAL

13.1 Telecommunications 13.2 Network Planning

14.1

14.2
16.3

14.0 TRANSPORTATION

15.1

15.2

15.3

Elevators and Escalators
Shuttle Vans/Messenger Services
Subways

TOTAL..................

15.0 MUSEUM, ARCHIVAL, AND EDUCATION

Art and Reference
Records Management
Photography

TOTAL.

GRAND TOTAL.

Total
Supervisory Positions % of
Staff All Sources Positions

ARCHITECT OF THE CAPITOL, INCLUDING SUPREME COURT
ORGANIZATION FUNCTION STRUCTURE, RESOURCES AND ASSETS
FY 1994
% of
Appropriation FY 1994

FY 1995
Request

X of
FY 1995

FY 1995
Payroll

9/30/93

No Year Available for Outlay

*FY 1995 PAYROLL ESTIMATE INCLUDES PERSONNEL COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS, INCLUDING TEMPORARY EMPLOYMENT AS OF 10/21/93; EXCLUDES ALL CONTRACTUAL PERSONNEL. **EXCLUDES VALUE OF LAND ESTIMATED AT $3.2 BILLION.

Value of Sales/
Rental/Billings

Units

Replacement
Value

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Estimate 1995

General Statement

The fiscal year 1995 budget request for the Architect of the Capitol has been prioritized as directed by the House and Senate Committees on Appropriations. The requested items have been identified by four priority levels "NON-DISCRETIONARY", "CRITICAL," "HIGHLY DESIRABLE," AND "DESIRABLE" as follows:

NON-DISCRETIONARY

Costs that include those items for which expenditures are non-discretionary, .g., mandated cost-
of-living adjustments, personnel benefits, rate increases in electrical energy, contractual
increases, etc.

CRITICAL

EXPLANATION OF AOC PRIORITIZATION SCHEDULE FISCAL YEAR 1995 BUDGET REQUEST

Costs essential for the following programs: to assure the ongoing care, maintenance and operation of the Capitol Complex; to assure the structural integrity of the Capitol Complex infrastructure and buildings; to assure that programs with Congressional leadership direction are carried out; and to assure that programs essential for security, fire and life safety, and environmental and hazardous materials protection are provided.

HIGHLY DESIRABLE

Costs for highly desirable enhancements to the programs outlined in the "CRITICAL" priority level, as well as new program initiatives that would improve the delivery of services.

DESIRABLE

Costs for programs that are desirable to implement, but that could be deferred temporarily without interruption to current services.

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Following each appropriation's detailed "Justification" text, "Objectives" statement, "Items Under Which No Changes Occur" table, and Schedules A, B, C, and D, is a "Schedule P" which details all of the increases within the four priority levels. These increases are not necessarily listed in priority order within the designations of "non-discretionary", "critical", highly desirable" and desirable". In other words, no priority has been established among the items that constitute each priority designation. Additionally, the new Schedule D has been developed to indicate those projects that have been deferred from the fiscal year 1995 request. These projects eventually must be funded, but because of higher priority requests, items on Schedule D have not been requested for fiscal year 1995.

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