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DOL 2001 Inventory of Commercial Activities

Under the Federal Activities Inventory Reform Act of 1998 (FAIR Act), federal agencies must develop an annual inventory of all commercial activities performed by federal employees, e.g., those activities that are not inherently governmental. The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) reviews each agency's commercial activities inventory and consults with the agency on inventory content. After OMB has completed its review and consultation, the agency must make its inventory available to the public.

OMB has reviewed and accepted DOL's FAIR Act Inventory for FY 2001. The inventory is presented below for the public's review, in a format specified by OMB. To make your review of the inventory easier, we have also included a list of the codes used in the DOL 2001 inventory, including organization codes, state and location codes, and activity/function codes.

If you have any questions or need additional information, please do not hesitate to contact Kathy Alejandro at (202) 693-4026.

Organization Unit Code(a)

State(s) Code (c)

Location(s) Code (c)

FTE

(d)

Activity Function Code(e)

Reason Code (f)

Year ofInventory(g)

Employee Responsible(h)

L14

12

L

3

A300

C6

2000

Gordon Boyce

L21

24

Q

40

B000

B

1999

Gordon Boyce

L9, L14

1, 3, 4, 12

A, C, D, L

5

B100

C6

2001

Gordon Boyce

L3, L6, L9

12

L

5

B200

C3

1999

Gordon Boyce

L9, L12, L14

12

L

2

B300

C3

2001

Gordon Boyce

L6, L7

12

L

5

B302

A

2000

Gordon Boyce

L6, L7

24

Q

47

B303

C3

2000

Gordon Boyce

L6, L7

24

Q

16

B303

B

2000

Gordon Boyce

L8, L9, L12

12

L

2

B400

B

2001

Gordon Boyce

L6, L9, L16

12

L

3

B500

B

2001

Gordon Boyce

L9, L20

12

L

3

B501

C3

2000

Gordon Boyce

L2, L9, L12, L20

24

Q

19

B700

C3

1999

Gordon Boyce

L2, L9, L12, L20

12

L

7

B700

B

1999

Gordon Boyce

L9, L20

24

Q

9

C000

C3

1999

Gordon Boyce

L9, L20

12

L

2

C000

B

1999

Gordon Boyce

L9

3

C

3

C100

C6

1999

Gordon Boyce

L5

5

E

1

C200

C6

2001

Gordon Boyce

L9, L20

24

Q

6

C300

C3

1999

Gordon Boyce

L9, L20

24

Q

19

C307

C3

1999

Gordon Boyce

L9, L20

12

L

5

C307

B

1999

Gordon Boyce

L3, L4, L5, L9

12

L

2

C310

C3

1999

Gordon Boyce

L4, L9, L 17, L20

12

L

10

C314

C6

2001

Gordon Boyce

L21

24

Q

9

C400(a)

C3

1999

Gordon Boyce

L21

24

Q

6

C400(a)

B

1999

Gordon Boyce

L9, L20

12

L

2

C400(b)

C3

1999

Gordon Boyce

L9, L20

24

Q

28

C403

A

1999

Gordon Boyce

L5, L12, L15

24

Q

33

C500

C3

2000

Gordon Boyce

L5, L 12, L15

24

Q

8

C500

B

2000

Gordon Boyce

L5, L6, L8, L14, L15

3, 4

C, D

6

D000(a)

C3

2000

Gordon Boyce

L5, L6, L8, L14, L15

3, 4

C, D

3

D000(a)

B

2000

Gordon Boyce

L5, L9, L14, L19

24

Q

9

D000(b)

C3

2000

Gordon Boyce

L5, L9, L14, L19

6, 12

F, L

2

D000(b)

B

2000

Gordon Boyce

L21

24

Q

189

D101(a)

C3

2001

Gordon Boyce

L21

24

Q

45

D101(a)

B

2001

Gordon Boyce

L3

24

Q

60

D101(b)

C3

2001

Gordon Boyce

L3

24

Q

15

D10l (b)

B

2001

Gordon Boyce

L3

12

L

16

D101(c)

C3

2001

Gordon Boyce

L3

7, 12

G, L

11

D101(d)

C3

2001

Gordon Boyce

L3

12, 21

L, N

8

D101(e)

B

2001

Gordon Boyce

L5

12

L

10

D103

B

2001

Gordon Boyce

L5, L9

24

Q

165

D104

C3

2000

Gordon Boyce

L5, L9

24

Q

39

D104

B

2000

Gordon Boyce

L20

24

Q

92

D411

C3

2001

Gordon Boyce

L20

24

Q

22

D411

B

2001

Gordon Boyce

L20

24

Q

128

D503

C3

2000

Gordon Boyce

L20

24

Q

30

D503

B

2000

Gordon Boyce

L6

5, 12

E, L

18

D504

C3

2001

Gordon Boyce

L21

24

Q

75

D704

C3

2000

Gordon Boyce

L21

24

Q

18

D704

B

2000

Gordon Boyce

L5, L9, L14, L19

24

Q

95

D711

C3

2000

Gordon Boyce

L5, L9, L 14, L19



24



Q



22



D711



B



2000

Gordon Boyce

L3, L5, L8, L9, L14

24

Q

120

D712

C3

2000

Gordon Boyce

L3, L5, L8, L9, L14

24

Q

28

D712

B

2000

Gordon Boyce

L8

24

Q

184

D930

C3

2000

Gordon Boyce

L8

24

Q

43

D930

B

2000

Gordon Boyce

L9, L20

4, 12

D, L

2

F000

C3

1999

Gordon Boyce

L3, L6, L8, L9

12

L

8

F200

B

1999

Gordon Boyce

L3, L8, L9

12

L

4

F400

C3

2000

Gordon Boyce

L9, L14

12

L

3

G102(a)

C6

2000

Gordon Boyce

L3, L8, L14

12

L

3

G102(b)

C6

2000

Gordon Boyce

L3, L8, L14, L17

12

L

3

G104

C3

2000

Gordon Boyce

L5, L6, L9

12

L

2

H118

C3

1999

Gordon Boyce

L3, L5, L8, L14

12

L

21

H201

C3

1999

Gordon Boyce

L3, L6

12

L

8

H202

C6

1999

Gordon Boyce

L5, L14

3, 4, 12

C, D, L

9

H401

C6

2001

Gordon Boyce

L8, L14

24

Q

17

H402

B

2000

Gordon Boyce

L8, L14,

24

Q

74

H402

C3

2000

Gordon Boyce

L8

3

C

1

H999

C6

1999

Gordon Boyce

L20

24

Q

49

I100

C3

2000

Gordon Boyce

L20

24

Q

12

I100

B

2000

Gordon Boyce

L12

24

Q

19

I520

C3

2001

Gordon Boyce

L12

12

L

4

I520

B

2001

Gordon Boyce

L6, L9, L 14, L16

12

L

9

L101

A

2000

Gordon Boyce

L3

12

L

1

S000

C6

1999

Gordon Boyce

L9

12

L

4

S210

C6

2001

Gordon Boyce

L20

12

L

7

S701

C3

1999

Gordon Boyce

L20

12

L

2

S701

B

1999

Gordon Boyce

L9

12

L

1

S724

C6

2001

Gordon Boyce

L3, L8, L9

3, 8, 12

C, H, L

8

S731(a)

C6

2001

Gordon Boyce

L3, L8, L9, L14

12

L

4

S731(b)

C3

1999

Gordon Boyce

L8, L14

3

C

4

S735(a)

C3

2000

Gordon Boyce

L8, L14

3, 5

C, E

7

S735(b)

C6

2001

Gordon Boyce

L8

3

C

2

S741

C6

2001

Gordon Boyce

L14

5

E

1

S742

C6

2001

Gordon Boyce

L3, L9

12

L

10

S753

C6

2001

Gordon Boyce

L5

12

L

1

S999

C6

1999

Gordon Boyce

L8, L9, L10, L14

2, 3, 5

B, C, E

4

T000(a)

C6

1999

Gordon Boyce

L9, L20

2, 12

B, L

8

T000(b)

C3

1999

Gordon Boyce

L9, L20

12

L

2

T000(b)

B

1999

Gordon Boyce

L8

8

H

10

T000(c)

C6

1999

Gordon Boyce

L6

3, 12

C, L

4

T600(a)

C6

2001

Gordon Boyce

L9

6

F

1

T600(b)

C6

2001

Gordon Boyce

L21

24

Q

16

T700(a)

A

2000

Gordon Boyce

L21

24

Q

15

T700(b)

A

2000

Gordon Boyce

L6

12

L

1

T804

C6

2001

Gordon Boyce

L3, L5

12

L

5

T806(a)

C6

1999

Gordon Boyce

L9, L20

12

L

2

T806(b)

C3

1999

Gordon Boyce

L3, L13, L15

12

L

7

T807(a)

C6

1999

Gordon Boyce

L8, L13, L14

3, 5, 12

C, E, L

7

T807(b)

C6

1999

Gordon Boyce

L8, L13, L14

12

L

3

T807(c)

C3

1999

Gordon Boyce

L8, L14

3

C

5

T813(a)

C3

1999

Gordon Boyce

L14

5

E

5

T813(b)

C6

1999

Gordon Boyce

L21

24

Q

72

T820(a)

C3

1999

Gordon Boyce

L21

24

Q

17

T820(a)

B

1999

Gordon Boyce

L21

24

Q

83

T820(b)

C3

1999

Gordon Boyce

L21

24

Q

20

T820(b)

B

1999

Gordon Boyce

L3, L5, L6, L13

5, 12

E, L

4



T820(c)

C6

1999

Gordon Boyce

L21

24

Q

17

T820(d)

C3

1999

Gordon Boyce

L21

24

Q

4

T820(d)

B

1999

Gordon Boyce

L9, L20

24

Q

4

T820(e)

B

1999

Gordon Boyce

L3, L6, L9, L19

12

L

5

T821(a)

C3

1999

Gordon Boyce

L6

12

L

4

T821(b)

C3

1999

Gordon Boyce

L2

12

L

1

T821(c)

C6

2001

Gordon Boyce

L21

24

Q

117

T821(d)

C3

1999

Gordon Boyce

L21

24

Q

30

T821(d)

B

1999

Gordon Boyce

L8, L14

3

C

2

T821(e)

C3

1999

Gordon Boyce

L8, L14

3

C

5

T821(f)

C6

1999

Gordon Boyce

L8, L14

3, 4

C, D

5

T821(g)

A

1999

Gordon Boyce

L3, L5, L15

12

L

4

T822

C6

2001

Gordon Boyce

L6

12

L

4

T823

C6

2001

Gordon Boyce

L9

6

F

1

T830

C6

2001

Gordon Boyce

L8, L14

3

C

5

T833

C3

2000

Gordon Boyce

L8, L14

3

C

2

T834(a)

A

2000

Gordon Boyce

L8, L14

8

H

7

T834(b)

C3

2000

Gordon Boyce

L8, L14

8

H

2

T834(b)

B

2000

Gordon Boyce

L8, L14

3, 5, 8

C, E, H

7

T835

C6

2001

Gordon Boyce

L8, L14

3

C

6

T836

C3

2000

Gordon Boyce

L8, L14

3, 12

C, L

3

T837

C6

2001

Gordon Boyce

L14

20, 21, 22, 23

M, N, O, P

13

T838

C3

2000

Gordon Boyce

L14

12

L

3

T838

B

2000

Gordon Boyce

L8

3, 4, 8

C, D, H

14

T839

C3

2000

Gordon Boyce

L8

3, 4, 8

C, D, H

3

T839

B

2000

Gordon Boyce

L8

3

C

3

T841

C6

2001

Gordon Boyce

L8, L14

3, 12

C, L

3

T855

C6

2001

Gordon Boyce

L3, L8, L14

3, 12

C, L

2

T999(a)

C3

1999

Gordon Boyce

L3, L14

12

L

3

T999(b)

C6

1999

Gordon Boyce

L6

24

Q

20

U302(a)

C3

2000

Gordon Boyce

L6

24

Q

5

U302(a)

B

2000

Gordon Boyce

L8, L14

5, 11

E, K

3

U302(b)

C6

2001

Gordon Boyce

L14

5

E

1

U302(c)

C6

2001

Gordon Boyce

L3, L14

3, 4, 7, 12

C, D, G, L

6

U303

C6

2000

Gordon Boyce

L14

5

E

1

U304

C6

2001

Gordon Boyce

L5

24

Q

5

U305

C3

2000

Gordon Boyce

L20

24

Q

10

U600

A

1999

Gordon Boyce

L9, L20

12

L

8

W000

A

1999

Gordon Boyce

L5, L9

12

L

3

W210(a)

C6

2001

Gordon Boyce

L9

12

L

1

W210(b)

C6

2001

Gordon Boyce

L5

5

E

1

W600

C6

2001

Gordon Boyce

L21

24

Q

11

W601

B

2001

Gordon Boyce

L21

24

Q

212

W826(a)

C3

1999

Gordon Boyce

L21

24

Q

110

W826(a)

B

1999

Gordon Boyce

L3

12

L

1

W826(b)

C6

2001

Gordon Boyce

L21

24

Q

203

W827

C3

1999

Gordon Boyce

L1, L16, L17

24

Q

19

Y000(a)

C3

1999

Gordon Boyce

LI, L16, L17

12

L

4

Y000(a)

B

1999

Gordon Boyce

L5

12

L

5

Y000(b)

B

1999

Gordon Boyce

L1, L17

2, 6, 9

B, F, I

5

Y400(a)

C6

2001

Gordon Boyce

L1, L16

12

L

8

Y400(b)

C3

1999

Gordon Boyce

L15

12

L

10

Y400(c)

C3

1999

Gordon Boyce

L5

3, 6

C, F

3

Y400(d)

C3

1999

Gordon Boyce

L5

1, 5, 12

A, E, L

6

Y400(e)

C6

2001

Gordon Boyce

LI, L2, L12, L16, L17

24

Q

87

Y401

C3

2000

Gordon Boyce

L 1, L2, L12, L16, L17

24

Q

20

Y401

B

2000

Gordon Boyce

L I, L 12, L16, L17

24

Q

51

Y403

B

1999

Gordon Boyce

L8, L9

3, 12

C, L

6

Y520

C6

2001

Gordon Boyce

L7

12

L

2

Y999

C3

1999

Gordon Boyce

L8

3

C

1

Z991

C6

1999

Gordon Boyce

 

 

Total FTE:

3451

 

 

 

 



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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR LISTING OF INDIVIDUAL AGENCIES AND BUREAUS

Agency/Bureau Code

Agency Name

L1

Adjudicatory Agencies

L2

Office of Policy

L3

Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS)

L4

Office of the Chief Financial Officer (OCFO)

L5

Employment Standards Administration (ESA)

L6

Employment and Training Administration (ETA)

L7

Bureau of International Labor Affairs (ILAB)

L8

Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA)

L9

Office of Administration and Management (OASAM)

L10

Office of Congressional and Intergovernmental Affairs (OCIA

L11

Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP)

L12

Office of the Inspector General (OIG)

L13

Office of Public Affairs (OPA))

L14

Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)

L15

Pension and Welfare Benefits Administration (PWBA)

L16

Office of the Secretary of Labor (OSEC)

L17

Office of the Solicitor (SOL)

L18

Veterans' Employment and Training Administration (VETS)

L19

Women's Bureau (WB)

L20

Large Program Agencies (BLS, OSHA, ETA, MSHA, ESA, PWBA)

L21

All DOL Agencies and Bureaus



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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR

STATE(S) AND LOCATION(S) CODE
LEGEND

CODE

STATE(S)

CODE

LOCATION(S)

1

Massachusetts

A

Boston

2

New York

B

New York

3

Pennsylvania

C

Philadelphia

4

Georgia

D

Atlanta

5

Illinois

E

Chicago

6

Texas

F

Dallas

7

Missouri

G

Kansas City

8

Colorado

H

Denver

9

California

I

San Francisco

10

Washington

J

Seattle

11

Virginia

K

Arlington

12

District of Columbia

L

Washington

20

States 1 & 2 (Region One)

M

Locations A & B (Region One)

21

States 5 & 7 (Region Five)

N

Locations E & G (Region Five)

22

States 6 & 8 (Region Six)

O

Locations F & H (Region Six)

23

States 9 & 10 (Region Nine)

P

Locations I & J (Region Nine)

24

All Listed States

Q

All Listed Locations



Enclosure #4



DOL COMMERCIAL ACTIVITIES INVENTORY

REASON CODE LEGEND

Reason Code

Reason Code Definition/Explanation

A

Agency Head Exemption

Indicates that the function/activity is performed by Federal employees and is specifically exempt by the agency from the cost comparison requirements of the Circular A-76 Revised Supplemental Handbook.

B

Cost Comparison

Indicates that the function/activity is performed by Federal employees and is subject to the cost comparison or direct conversion requirements of the Circular A-76 Revised Supplemental Handbook.

C

Government Performance of Commercial Activities

Indicates that the function/activity is performed by Federal employees, but it has been specifically made exempt from the provisions of the Circular A-76 Revised Supplemental Handbook by Congress, Executive Order or OMB

C3

Core Capability

A minimum core capability of specialized, scientific or technical in-house or contract employees and related commercial workload, may be maintained, without cost comparison, to ensure the Government has the necessary capability to fulfill its mission responsibilities or meet emergency requirements.

C6

Functions With 10 or Fewer FTE

Functions/activities involving 10 or fewer FTE may be converted from contract to in-house or ISSA, without cost comparison, if the contracting officer determines that performance is unsatisfactory or that fair and reasonable prices cannot be otherwise obtained.






U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR COMMERCIAL ACTIVITIES FUNCTIONAL CODELEGEND

CODE

FUNCTION

CODE

FUNCTION

A300

Safety

C314

Financial Management and Program Planning

B000

Personnel Administrative Support

C400

Budget Support

B100

Classification

C403

Financial Program Management

B200

Employee Development

C500

External Auditing

B300

Staffing Reviews

D000

Administrative Support

B302

Manpower Research and Analysis

D101

Regulatory Economists/Statisticians

B303

Manpower Development

D103

Salary/Wages Review

B400

Employee Relations

D104

Labor Wage and Hour Compliance Reviews

B500

Labor Relations and Support

D411

Compliance Assessments

B501

Agency Equal Opportunity Reviews

D503

Compensation Claims Reviews

B700

Personnel Management Specialist

D504

Insurance Analysis

C000

Administrative Support

D704

Program Monitoring and Evaluation

C100

Voucher Examining

D711

External Equal Employment Opportunity Reviews

C200

Cash Receipt

D712

Safety and Occupational Health Management

C300

Accounting Technician

D930

Mine Safety and Health

C307

General Accounting

F000

Administrative Support

C310

Payroll Processing

F200

Contracting

F400

Recurring Purchasing

S735

Engineering Services

G102

Librarian Services

S741

Supply, Warehousing and Distribution Services Management

G104

Technical/Professional/Legal Library Information Services

S742

Inventory Analysis and Management

H118

Nursing Services

S753

Facility Security Management

H201

Medical Services

S999

Other Installation Services

H202

Psychiatric and Psychology Services

T000

Administrative Support

H401

Medical Officers

T600

Real Property Management

H402

Industrial Hygiene Reviews and Analysis

T700

Miscellaneous Program Management

H999

Other Health Services

T804

Architect-Engineering

I100

Inspector General Services

T806

Printing and Reproduction

I520

Criminal, Counter Intelligence, and Administrative Investigative Services

T807

Visual Information

L101

Application Reviews and Evaluations

T813

Engineering and Technical Services

S000

Administrative Support

T820

Administrative Support Services

S210

Building Management

T821

Special Studies and Analysis

S701

Public Affairs/Relations

T822

Operations Research

S724

Other Law Enforcement, Physical Security, and Security Guard Operations

T823

Actuarial Services

S731

Supply Operations

T830

Interior/Facility Design

 

T833

Civil Engineering and Analysis Services

U505

Business/Financial/Budget Training

T834

General Engineering and Analysis Services

U506

Inspection (IG) Training

T835

Chemical Engineering and Analysis Services

U600

Civilian Education and Training

T836

Electrical Engineering and Analysis Services

W000

Administrative Support

T837

Fire Protection Engineering and Inspection

W210

Telephone Systems

T838

Safety Engineering and Analysis Services

W600

Data Center Operations

T839

Mining Engineering and Analysis Services

W601

Information Technology Management

T841

Geological Analysis

W826

Systems Design, Development, and Programming Services

T855

Industrial Engineering

W827

Software Services

T999

Other Non-Manufacturing Operations

Y000

Administrative Support

U302

Training Administration

Y400

Legal Services

U303

Training Technical Support

Y401

General Attorney's Services

U304

Vocational Training

Y403

Paralegal

U305

Vocational Rehabilitation

Y520

Public Works and Real Property Maintenance Program Management

U500

Professional Development Training

Y999

Other Functions

U503

Engineering and Architectural Training

Z991

Maintenance and Repair of Family Housing Buildings and Structures

U504

Legal Training