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DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Budget Estimates
Operation and Maintenance, Army
Budget Activity 01: Operating Forces
Activity Group 12: Land Forces Readiness
Detail by Subactivity Group 121: Force Readiness Operations Support
Exhibit OP-5, Subactivity Group 121
177
I. Description of Operations Financed:
FORCE READINESS OPERATIONS SUPPORT provides support for key activities essential to Land Forces readiness, to include civilian pay, equipment, necessary
facilities, and the associated costs specifically identified and measurable to Army units and readiness. Force Readiness Operations support is provided through the
following programs:
TRAINING SUPPORT SYSTEMS (TSS) - Provides resources for the sustainment, maintenance, and operations of training programs and capabilities to support active
component live, virtual, constructive, and gaming requirements. TSS includes the following: Training Support Centers, Integrated Training Area Management, Training
Ranges, Battle Simulation Centers, Mission Command Training Complexes, and fielded system and non-system training devices.
NETWORK OPERATIONS - Provides resources for (1) upgrades and sustainment of network enterprise technology, to include hardware and software maintenance and
(2) commercial satellite airtime leases.
OPERATIONAL SUPPORT - Provides resources for non-organic administration, maintenance, and operational support for both Modified Table of Organization and
Equipment and deployable Table of Distribution and Allowance (TDA) units critical to readiness but not funded by the Land Forces Activity Group.
OPERATIONS AND ACTIVITIES - Provides resources for (1) Criminal Investigation Division activities; (2) Army specific geospatial information products and services; (3)
the Asymmetric Warfare Group, which provides operational advisory support and rapid solution development; (4) leader development and training; and (5) capabilities
integration support
INTELLIGENCE READINESS AND OPERATIONS - Provides resources for (1) the operation of TDA intelligence units and activities not identified elsewhere. Intelligence
support enables the Army to leverage national intelligence systems, conduct tactical intelligence collection, satellite communication dissemination, and regularly access
strategic level imagery for training and operational use; and (2) the Army Foundry Intelligence Training program, a critical enabler in training and certifying military
intelligence Soldiers and civilians.
FORWARD PRESENCE - Provides resources for (1) ground-based midcourse defense; (2) rapid equipping force operations; (3) the operational support costs for Joint
Task Force-Bravo; and (4) the Home Station Mission Command Center.
HOMELAND DEFENSE - Provides resources for (1) Ground-Based Midcourse Defense; (2) the Weapons of Mass Destruction Domestic Response Program; (3)
Homeland Integrated Air Defense System requirements; and (4) Civil Support teams.
MODERNIZATION, TEST, AND STUDIES - Provides resources for (1) testing and modernization fielding; and (2) models and simulations.
JOINT AND INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS - Provides resources for (1) administrative and logistical support of politico-military interaction programs; (2) standardization
and interoperability programs, to include Security Cooperation programs supporting Army activities; and (3) Black Sea Area Support team operations.
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Budget Estimates
Operation and Maintenance, Army
Budget Activity 01: Operating Forces
Activity Group 12: Land Forces Readiness
Detail by Subactivity Group 121: Force Readiness Operations Support
Exhibit OP-5, Subactivity Group 121
178
CORE LOGISTICS SUSTAINMENT- Provides resources for (1) the maintenance and replacement of Organizational Clothing and Individual Equipment centrally managed
in Central Issue Facilities; (2) manpower in support of the Central Management Office; (3) the Logistics Civil Augmentation Program; and (4) sustainment support for
Logistics Information Warehouse systems.
INSTITUTIONAL TRAINING - Provides resources for (1) the travel costs for Soldiers attending school; (2) the mission command network supporting echelons at Corps
and below; (3) the operations of Noncommissioned Officer academies; and (4) reserve component aviation school houses.
FAMILY, COMMUNITY, AND SOLDIER PROGRAMS - Provides resources for the Army's Wounded Warrior Program; (2) the Ready Resiliency Program, to include
headquarters and installation suicide prevention training, and the Army Comprehensive Soldier Fitness program; and (3) family readiness support assistants.
SOLDIER MODERNIZATION - Provides resources for the procurement and fielding of specialized clothing, equipment, and protective systems.
GARRISON SUPPORT - Provides resources for (1) installation operational command and control requirements, to include air traffic control, and airfield and heliport
operations support to Army installations; (2) mobilization and deployment support operations.
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (IT) SERVICES MANAGEMENT - Provides resources for (1) IT support programs that provide the specialized communications needs and
infrastructure; (2) visual information mission support; (3) and Critical Facility Infrastructure (HVAC, electrical distribution, backup power) sustaining network and
communications systems and hardware at the Army's 130 Network Enterprise Centers.
SECURITY - Provides resources for (1) Command security activities supporting the following: Information Security, Personnel Security, Industrial Security,
Communications Security policy, Security Education, Training and Awareness, Special Access Program, Sensitive Compartmented Information Security, Foreign
Disclosure, and Technology Protection; (2) Law Enforcement activities; and (3) Antiterrorism services.
SECOND DESTINATION TRANSPORTATION - Provides resources for the use of the common user land transportation fleet and the distribution of mail from delivery point
throughout the Combatant Command's (U.S. Army Europe and U.S. Army Pacific) area of responsibility.
LOGISTICS OPERATIONS - Provides resources for (1) Ammunition Supply Points and related operations on installations to include retail ammunition supply services
(receipt, storage, issue and turn-in, and accountability) to Department of Defense authorized customers; and (2) fuel and water equipment.
INVESTMENT ENABLERS - Provides resources for the operational support to sustain tactical network communications capabilities.
SUSTAINMENT SYSTEMS TECHNICAL SUPPORT (SSTS) - Provides manpower and resources to support the operational costs SSTS command, control,
communication electronics, and computers.
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Budget Estimates
Operation and Maintenance, Army
Budget Activity 01: Operating Forces
Activity Group 12: Land Forces Readiness
Detail by Subactivity Group 121: Force Readiness Operations Support
Exhibit OP-5, Subactivity Group 121
179
II. Force Structure Summary:
Force Readiness Operations Support funds collective unit training and readiness support for the following organizations:
Headquarters, Department of the Army
Army Commands:
U.S. Army Forces Command
U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command
U.S. Army Materiel Command
Army Service Component Commands:
U.S. Army Europe
U.S. Army Central
U.S. Army Africa
U.S. Army Pacific
U.S. Army North
U.S. Army South
U.S. Army Special Operations Command
U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command/Army Forces Strategic Command
U.S. Army Cyber Command
Direct Reporting Units:
U.S. Army Medical Command
U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command
U.S. Army Criminal Investigation Command
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
U.S. Military District of Washington
U.S. Army Test and Evaluation Command
U.S. Military Academy
U.S. Army Acquisition Support Center
U.S. Army Installation Management Command
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Budget Estimates
Operation and Maintenance, Army
Budget Activity 01: Operating Forces
Activity Group 12: Land Forces Readiness
Detail by Subactivity Group 121: Force Readiness Operations Support
Exhibit OP-5, Subactivity Group 121
180
III. Financial Summary ($ in Thousands):
FY 2019
A. Program Elements
FY 2018
Actual
Budget
Request
Amount Percent Appn
Normalized
Current
Enacted
FY 2020
Estimate
FORCE READINESS OPERATIONS SUPPORT $6,763,336 $4,285,211 $-361,197 -8.43% $3,924,014 $3,924,014 $408,031
SUBACTIVITY GROUP TOTAL $6,763,336 $4,285,211 $-361,197 -8.43% $3,924,014 $3,924,014 $408,031
B. Reconciliation Summary
Change
FY 2019/FY 2019
Change
FY 2019/FY 2020
BASELINE FUNDING $4,285,211 $3,924,014
Congressional Adjustments (Distributed) -258,660
Congressional Adjustments (Undistributed) -57,679
Adjustments to Meet Congressional Intent 0
Congressional Adjustments (General Provisions)
-44,858
SUBTOTAL ESTIMATED AMOUNT 3,924,014
War-Related and Disaster Supplemental Appropriation 4,130,286
X-Year Carryover 0
Fact-of-Life Changes (2019 to 2019 Only)
0
SUBTOTAL BASELINE FUNDING 8,054,300
Anticipated Reprogramming (Requiring 1415 Actions) 0
Less: War-Related and Disaster Supplemental Appropriation -4,130,286
Less: X-Year Carryover 0
Price Change 38,981
Functional Transfers -279,963
Program Changes
-3,275,001
NORMALIZED CURRENT ESTIMATE $3,924,014 $408,031
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Budget Estimates
Operation and Maintenance, Army
Budget Activity 01: Operating Forces
Activity Group 12: Land Forces Readiness
Detail by Subactivity Group 121: Force Readiness Operations Support
Exhibit OP-5, Subactivity Group 121
181
C. Reconciliation of Increases and Decreases:
FY 2019 President's Budget Request ............................................................................................................................................................................................... $4,285,211
1. Congressional Adjustments ................................................................................................................................................................................................................ $-361,197
a) Distributed Adjustments ................................................................................................................................................................................................. $-258,660
1) Excess growth ........................................................................................................................................................................................ $-11,300
2) Excess travel ............................................................................................................................................................................................ $-1,860
3) Program increase - advanced combat helmets ...................................................................................................................................... $10,000
4) Program increase - aerial weapons scoring system ................................................................................................................................. $3,000
5) Program increase - cyber electromagnetic activities unfunded requirement ............................................................................................ $8,500
6) Program increase - Integrated Head Protection System ........................................................................................................................ $33,000
7) Transfer to Title IX ............................................................................................................................................................................... $-300,000
b) Undistributed Adjustments ............................................................................................................................................................................................... $-57,679
1) Historical Unobligation ........................................................................................................................................................................... $-41,326
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Budget Estimates
Operation and Maintenance, Army
Budget Activity 01: Operating Forces
Activity Group 12: Land Forces Readiness
Detail by Subactivity Group 121: Force Readiness Operations Support
Exhibit OP-5, Subactivity Group 121
182
2) Overestimation of Civilian FTE targets .................................................................................................................................................. $-16,353
c) Adjustments to Meet Congressional Intent ................................................................................................................................................................................ $0
d) General Provisions ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... $-44,858
1) Sec. 8118. Increase to mitigate higher than anticipated fuel costs .......................................................................................................... $5,142
2) Sec. 8132. Reduction for excess cash balances in Defense Working Capital Funds ........................................................................... $-50,000
FY 2019 Estimated Amount ............................................................................................................................................................................................................... $3,924,014
2. War-Related and Disaster Supplemental Appropriations ................................................................................................................................................................. $4,130,286
a) Overseas Contingency Operations Supplemental Appropriation, 2019 ...................................................................................................................... $4,130,286
1) Overseas Contingency Operations Supplemental ............................................................................................................................. $4,130,286
b) Military Construction and Emergency Hurricane ....................................................................................................................................................................... $0
c) X-Year Carryover ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................... $0
3. Fact-of-Life Changes ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... $0
a) Functional Transfers .................................................................................................................................................................................................................. $0
b) Emergent Requirements ............................................................................................................................................................................................................ $0
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Budget Estimates
Operation and Maintenance, Army
Budget Activity 01: Operating Forces
Activity Group 12: Land Forces Readiness
Detail by Subactivity Group 121: Force Readiness Operations Support
Exhibit OP-5, Subactivity Group 121
183
FY 2019 Estimated and Supplemental Funding .............................................................................................................................................................................. $8,054,300
4. Anticipated Reprogramming (Requiring 1415 Actions) ................................................................................................................................................................................... $0
a) Increases .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... $0
b) Decreases .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. $0
Revised FY 2019 Estimate ................................................................................................................................................................................................................. $8,054,300
5. Less: Emergency Supplemental Funding ........................................................................................................................................................................................ $-4,130,286
a) Less: War-Related and Disaster Supplemental Appropriation ................................................................................................................................... $-4,130,286
b) Less: X-Year Carryover ............................................................................................................................................................................................................. $0
Normalized FY 2019 Current Estimate .............................................................................................................................................................................................. $3,924,014
6. Price Change ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... $38,981
7. Transfers ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. $-279,963
a) Transfers In ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................... $55,055
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Budget Estimates
Operation and Maintenance, Army
Budget Activity 01: Operating Forces
Activity Group 12: Land Forces Readiness
Detail by Subactivity Group 121: Force Readiness Operations Support
Exhibit OP-5, Subactivity Group 121
184
1) Institutional Training ................................................................................................................................................................................ $30,160
Transfers funding from the following SAGs: SAG 111, Maneuver Units ($-14,189); SAG 112 Modular Support Brigades ($-1,342); SAG 113,
Echelons Above Brigade ($-7,323); SAG 114, Theater Level assets ($-3,099); SAG 115, Land Forces Operations Support ($-10); SAG 116,
Aviation Assets ($-4,197) to SAG 121, Force Readiness Operations Support ($30,160) to consolidate funding for Soldiers to attend
institutional training schools into the appropriate Subactivity Group. (Baseline: $68,821)
2) Network Operations ..................................................................................................................................................................................... $944
Transfers funding and 8 FTEs from SAG 131, Base Operations Support to SAG 121, Force Readiness Operations Support to align resources
for the Network Enterprise Center to the appropriate Subactivity Group. (Baseline: $515,483; 8 FTE)
3) Operational Support - Civilian Realignment .............................................................................................................................................. $1,308
Transfers funding and 14 FTEs from SAG 122, Land Forces Systems Readiness to SAG 121, Force Readiness Operations Support to align
civilian manpower functions and resources to the appropriate Subactivity Group. (Baseline: $628,678; 14 FTE)
4) Operational Support - Non-Army Management Headquarters Activity (AMHA) .......................................................................................... $743
Transfers funding and 5 FTEs from SAG 133, Management and Operational Headquarters to SAG 121, Force Readiness Operations Support
to align non-AMHA resources to the appropriate Subactivity Group. (Baseline: $628,678; 5 FTE)
5) Security ................................................................................................................................................................................................... $21,900
Transfers funding and 201 FTEs from the following SAGs and appropriations: SAG 115, Land Forces Operations Support ($-124; -1
FTE); SAG 122, Land Forces Systems Readiness ($-1,010; -8 FTEs); SAG 123, Land Forces Depot Maintenance ($-258; -2 FTEs);
SAG 131 Base Operations Support ($-16,736; -149 FTEs); SAG 133, Management and Operational Headquarters ($-315; -3 FTEs);
SAG 312, Recruit Training ($-168; -2 FTEs); SAG 314, Senior Reserve Officer Training Corps ($-252; -3 FTEs); SAG 321,
Specialized Skill Training ($-1,179; -16 FTEs); SAG 324, Training Support ($-581; -5 FTEs); SAG 331, Recruiting and Advertising ($-
170; -2 FTEs); Operation and Maintenance, Army Reserve, SAG 131, Base Operations Support ($-620; -6 FTEs) and Research,
Development, Test and Evaluation, Army ($-487; -4 FTEs) to SAG 121, Force Readiness Operations Support ($21,900; 201 FTEs) to
align all General Intelligence Security functions to the appropriate Subactivity group and appropriation. (Baseline: $31,927; 201 FTE)
b) Transfers Out ................................................................................................................................................................................................................. $-335,018
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Budget Estimates
Operation and Maintenance, Army
Budget Activity 01: Operating Forces
Activity Group 12: Land Forces Readiness
Detail by Subactivity Group 121: Force Readiness Operations Support
Exhibit OP-5, Subactivity Group 121
185
1) Army Acquisition Executive Support - Program Executive Office Simulation, Training, and Instrumentation (PEO STRI) ....................... $-172
Transfers funding and 1 FTE from SAG 121, Force Readiness Operations Support to SAG 435, Other Service Support to consolidate PEO
STRI resources under the appropriate Subactivity Group. (Baseline: $991,816; -1 FTE)
2) Army Counterintelligence - Information Technology Assets .................................................................................................................... $-8,805
Transfers funding from SAG 121, Force Readiness Operations Support to SAG 411, Security Programs to align Army Intelligence-related
information technology assets under the appropriate Subactivity Group. (Baseline: $192,778)
3) Army Insider Threat Program .................................................................................................................................................................. $-7,910
Transfers funding and 36 FTEs from SAG 121, Force Readiness Operations Support ($-7,910; -9 FTEs) and SAG 431, Administration ($-
4,509; -27 FTEs) to SAG 153, Cyber Activities - Cybersecurity ($12,419; 36 FTEs) to establish baseline resources for cyber operations under
a new Subactivity group. (Baseline: $515,483; -9 FTE)
4) Command/Garrison Services - U.S. Army Installation Management Command-Pacific Directorate of Plans, Training, Mobilization, and
Security (DPTMS) ........................................................................................................................................................................................... $-691
Transfers funding and 8 FTEs from SAG 121, Force Readiness Operations Support to SAG 131, Base Operations Support to consolidate
funding for the Korea DPTMS under the appropriate Subactivity Group. (Baseline: $98,502; -8 FTE)
5) Cybersecurity Activities .......................................................................................................................................................................... $-30,579
Transfers funding and 412 FTEs from the following SAGs: SAG 121, Force Readiness Operations Support ($-30,579; -108 FTEs); SAG 141,
U.S. Africa Command ($-577); SAG 142, U.S. European Command ($-967); SAG 143, U.S. Southern Command ($-3,279); SAG 144, U.S.
Forces Korea ($-3,264); SAG 411, Security Programs ($-5,110; -14 FTEs); and SAG 432, Servicewide Communications ($-349,343; -290
FTEs) to SAG 153, Cyber Activities - Cybersecurity ($393,119; 412 FTEs) to establish baseline resources for cybersecurity under a new
Subactivity group. (Baseline: $515,483; -108 FTE)
6) Cybersecurity Activities - Regional Cyber Centers (RCC) Headquarters ................................................................................................... $-137
Transfers funding and 27 FTEs from the following SAGs: SAG 121, Force Readiness Operations Support ($-137; -1 FTE) and SAG 131,
Base Operations Support ($-3,302; -26 FTEs) to SAG 153, Cyber A
ctivities - Cybersecurity ($3,439; 27 FTEs) to realign RCC functions
performed at U. S. Army Cyber Command signal brigades under the appropriate Subactivity Group. (Baseline: $515,483; -1 FTE)
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Budget Estimates
Operation and Maintenance, Army
Budget Activity 01: Operating Forces
Activity Group 12: Land Forces Readiness
Detail by Subactivity Group 121: Force Readiness Operations Support
Exhibit OP-5, Subactivity Group 121
186
7) Cybersecurity Activities - Regional Cyber Centers (RCC) Support ........................................................................................................... $-395
Transfers funding from SAG 121, Force Readiness Operations Support to SAG 153, Cyber Activities - Cybersecurity to realign resources that
fund RCC general operations support under the appropriate Subactivity Group. (Baseline: $515,483)
8) Cybersecurity Activities - Regional Cyber Centers (RCCs) Systems Engineering Support ................................................................. $-31,432
Transfers funding and 229 FTEs from SAG 121, Force Readiness Operations Support to SAG 153, Cyber Activities - Cybersecurity to realign
RCCs systems engineering support operations performed at a major subordinate command to the U.S. Army Cyber Command under the
appropriate Subactivity group. (Baseline: $515,483; -229 FTE)
9) Cybersecurity Initiative ............................................................................................................................................................................. $-8,317
Transfers funding and 38 FTEs from SAG 121, Force Readiness Operations Support to SAG 153, Cyber Activities - Cybersecurity to
establish baseline resources for cyber operations under a new Subactivity group. (Baseline: $68,821; -38 FTE)
10) Cyberspace Operations ..................................................................................................................................................................... $-245,581
Transfers funding and 639 FTEs from the following SAGs: SAG 121, Force Readiness Operations Support ($-245,581; -638 FTEs) and SAG
411, Security Programs ($-139; -1 FTE) to SAG 151, Cyber Activities - Cyberspace Operations ($245,720; 639 FTEs) to establish baseline
resources for cyber operations under a new Subactivity group. (Baseline: $515,483; -638 FTE)
11) Operational Mission Services - Army Airfields .......................................................................................................................................... $-999
Transfers funding and 8 FTEs from SAG 121, Force Readiness Operations Support to SAG 131, Base Operations Support to consolidate
Army Airfields resources under the appropriate Subactivity Group. (Baseline: $628,678; -8 FTE)
8. Program Increases .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................. $735,691
a) Annualization of New FY 2019 Program .................................................................................................................................................................................... $0
b) One-Time FY 2020 Costs .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... $0
c) Program Growth in FY 2020 ................................................................................................................................................................
........................... $735,691
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Budget Estimates
Operation and Maintenance, Army
Budget Activity 01: Operating Forces
Activity Group 12: Land Forces Readiness
Detail by Subactivity Group 121: Force Readiness Operations Support
Exhibit OP-5, Subactivity Group 121
187
1) Civilian Average Annual Compensation ................................................................................................................................................. $42,929
Each year Army uses detailed execution and cost factor analysis to develop civilian compensation rates. These rates are created and
implemented with the paramount purpose of accurately forecasting cost estimates for the civilian workforce. The SAG average salary change
is the result of these rate changes for FY 2020 combined with fluctuations in composition of civilian types within each SAG. (Baseline:
$1,355,140)
2) Compensable Days ................................................................................................................................................................................... $3,565
Increases civilian pay to account for one additional compensable day in FY 2020. (Baseline: $1,355,140)
3) Garrison Command Support ..................................................................................................................................................................... $1,749
Increase funding for planning and operations at Mobilization Force Generation Installations to facilitate increased deployment capability of
limited-notice major contingency operations. This capability will ensure the synchronization and integration of the installation capabilities and
capacities, supplemented with Reserve Component generating forces (MSF) identified to support Mobilization and Service Contracts that will
expand and installation's capability to process a rapid influx of deploying Reserve Component Soldiers and equipment. (Baseline: $98,502;
13 FTE)
4) Homeland Defense ................................................................................................................................................................................. $20,555
Increase funds and 2 FTEs for commercial off the shelf Personal Protective Equipment (COTS PPE) for U.S. Army North and U.S. Forces
Command requirements for Chemical, Biological, Radiation and Nuclear (CBRN) equipment ($11,095) and upgrades for Civil Support Teams
($7,459). (Baseline: $149,465; 2 FTE)
5) Institutional Training ............................................................................................................................................................................... $13,612
Increase funds and 10 FTEs due to additional processing, per-diem, and travel funds for training requirements to meet Army's prioritized
readiness goals. (Baseline: $68,821; 10 FTE)
6) Joint and International Programs .......................................................................................................................................................... $150,000
Increase funds for the U.S. Army Defender Pacific, the Army's investment in the Indo-Pacific that will project power through the deployment of
an Army Divisional BCTs and supports the 2018 National Defense Strategy objective of expanding the competitive space by building a more
lethal joint force while highlighting the Army's role in gaining the initiative for the joint force by maneuvering to a position of relative advantage.
Increase will fund travel, supplies, and commercial transportation requirements. (Baseline: $94,671)
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Budget Estimates
Operation and Maintenance, Army
Budget Activity 01: Operating Forces
Activity Group 12: Land Forces Readiness
Detail by Subactivity Group 121: Force Readiness Operations Support
Exhibit OP-5, Subactivity Group 121
188
7) Logistics Operations ................................................................................................................................................................................. $4,500
Increase funds and 8 FTEs for resourcing of installation retail ammunition supply services (receipt, storage, issue and turn-in, and
accountability) related to increased training requirements/exercises. (Baseline: $35,588; 8 FTE)
8) Management and Operational Headquarters ......................................................................................................................................... $76,474
Increase funds and 398 FTEs from Defense Health Program (DHA) to Mission Support accounts for Medical Headquarters and functions.
(Baseline: $0; 398 FTE)
9) Network Operations .................................................................................................................................................................................. $4,530
Increase funds for an additional 35 FTEs to support increased network management and configuration requirements. (Baseline: $515,483; 35
FTE)
10) Operational Support ................................................................................................................................................................................ $2,419
Increase funds and 42 FTEs for Operational Support programs to provide administrative and management support to US Army units.
(Baseline: $628,678; 42 FTE)
11) Operations and Activities ...................................................................................................................................................................... $19,717
Increase funds and 8 FTEs to support the development, procurement, oversight, execution, and functional sustainment of Defense Business
Systems that provides Army Senior Leaders with a visual display of total force data and allows for predictive analytics and real-time readiness
decisions ($12,000), Asymmetric Warfare Groups that provide operational advisory support to US forces, rapidly providing relevant
observations and solutions at the tactical and operational point of need regarding emerging asymmetric threats ($7,000), and Forensic
Science Centers within Army Criminal Investigations Services ($717). (Baseline: $203,010; 8 FTE)
12) Restoral of Transfer to Title IX ............................................................................................................................................................ $300,000
Increase funding to restore $300 million realigned to Title IX in P.L. 115-245, Continuing Appropriations Act, 2019. (Baseline: $2,255,220)
13) Second Destination Transportation ........................................................................................................................................................ $1,642
Increase funds for U.S. Army Europe common user land transportation and mail distribution activities due to increased operations throughout
the European theater. (Baseline: $10,423)
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Budget Estimates
Operation and Maintenance, Army
Budget Activity 01: Operating Forces
Activity Group 12: Land Forces Readiness
Detail by Subactivity Group 121: Force Readiness Operations Support
Exhibit OP-5, Subactivity Group 121
189
14) Security ................................................................................................................................................................................................... $7,229
Increase funds in support of insider threat directives to provide Security Education, Training and Awareness for Commanders, Security
Managers, Special Security Officers, and authorized security personnel. Increased funding also supports general operations to include
equipment, and supplies for General Intelligence Security Officers’ functions. (Baseline: $31,927)
15) Soldier Modernization ........................................................................................................................................................................... $27,088
Increase funds for Soldier Protection Equipment based on the Office of the Secretary of Defense Cost Analysis and Program Evaluation
(CAPE) Strategic Portfolio Review (SPR) study that identified capability shortfalls in the Army's close combat formations. Funds will procure
equipment for one additional Brigade Combat Team to increases ballistic protection and reduces weight when compared to older systems.
(Baseline: $201,881)
16) Training Support Systems ..................................................................................................................................................................... $59,682
Increase funds and 205 FTEs, which includes alignment to key mission functions and additional growth at Training Support Centers; Training
Support Systems Management services ($18,961); Combined Arms Tactical Trainers as acquisition concludes and moves into sustainment
and life cycle contractor support for operation and maintenance of Army training aids, devices, simulators and simulations (TADSS)
($18,150); Training Support Systems Services to support Army's extended initial training from 14 to 22 weeks ($8,564); Development of Army
Training Information System ($6,339); the transition to acquisition of TADSS ($6,909); Increases include the Synthetic Training Environment
($759). (Baseline: $991,816; 205 FTE)
9. Program Decreases ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... $-4,010,692
a) One-Time FY 2019 Costs .............................................................................................................................................................................................. $-154,500
1) Core Logistics Sustainment ................................................................................................................................................................. $-100,000
Reduce funds after a holistic review of existing inventories of Organizational Clothing and Individual Equipment (OCIE) and reevaluation of
quantities required to sustain older generation equipment reduced requirement to support higher priority modernization. (Baseline: $303,321)
2) Fiscal Year 2019 Congressional Add - Core Logistics Support
............................................................................................................. $-10,000
Advanced Combat Helmets. (Baseline: $303,321)
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Budget Estimates
Operation and Maintenance, Army
Budget Activity 01: Operating Forces
Activity Group 12: Land Forces Readiness
Detail by Subactivity Group 121: Force Readiness Operations Support
Exhibit OP-5, Subactivity Group 121
190
3) Fiscal Year 2019 Congressional Add - Network Operations ................................................................................................................... $-8,500
Cyber Electromagnetic Activities program. (Baseline: $515,483)
4) Fiscal Year 2019 Congressional Add - Soldier Modernization ............................................................................................................. $-33,000
Integrated Head Protection System (Baseline: $201,881)
5) Fiscal Year 2019 Congressional Add - Training Support Systems .......................................................................................................... $-3,000
Aerial Weapons Systems (Baseline: $991,816)
b) Annualization of FY 2019 Program Decreases .......................................................................................................................................................................... $0
c) Program Decreases in FY 2020 .................................................................................................................................................................................. $-3,856,192
1) Core Logistics Sustainment ................................................................................................................................................................... $-17,785
Decrease funds due to review of existing inventories of Organizational Clothing and Individual Equipment (OCIE) and a reevaluation of
quantities required to sustain older generation equipment, revealed a reduced requirement to support higher priority modernization. (Baseline:
$303,321)
2) Family, Community, and Soldier Programs .......................................................................................................................................... $-19,709
Reduce funding and 58 FTEs of the Warrior Care and Transition Program requirements to re-balance Warrior Transition Unit Structure at the
enduring operational demand level of 14 units from 25 units. (Baseline: $198,553; -58 FTE)
3) Forward Presence ................................................................................................................................................................................. $-15,252
Reduce funds for Site Operations and Communications due to steady state/actual cost realization. Campus Communications contract costs
shared with Missile Defense Agency for Class IX supplies and consumables was over estimated and reduced costs for electrical power
supply for Shariki community based on cost share with host nation (Japan). (Baseline: $119,243)
4) Information Technology Management Services .................................................................................................................................... $-33,940
Decrease funding and 1 FTE for facility and equipment upgrades at Network Enterprise Centers. (Baseline: $43,264; -1 FTE)
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Budget Estimates
Operation and Maintenance, Army
Budget Activity 01: Operating Forces
Activity Group 12: Land Forces Readiness
Detail by Subactivity Group 121: Force Readiness Operations Support
Exhibit OP-5, Subactivity Group 121
191
5) Intelligence Readiness ........................................................................................................................................................................... $-57,251
Decrease of fund and 1 FTE for contracted intelligence analysis support provided to Army tactical and component commands. (Baseline:
$192,778; -1 FTE)
6) Investment Enablers ................................................................................................................................................................................ $-5,582
Reduce funding and 9 FTEs for surface and ground water hydrology programs, geospatial analysis, imagery analysis, and database
management. (Baseline: $13,739; -9 FTE)
7) Joint and International Programs .......................................................................................................................................................... $-21,528
Decrease funds for training and readiness requirements for the Pacific Pathways large-scale regional exercises that required strategic lift and
operational costs funding. (Baseline: $94,671)
8) Modernization, Test, and Studies ............................................................................................................................................................ $-3,810
Reduce funds to the Army's Modeling and Simulation program to higher priority programs. (Baseline: $17,926)
9) Network Operations ............................................................................................................................................................................... $-46,424
Reduce funding for hardware and software maintenance and Life Cycle Replacement supporting the operation and defense of the Information
Technology enterprise network driven by FY19 automation purchases and realized service contract efficiencies. (Baseline: $515,483)
10) Operational Support ............................................................................................................................................................................ $-29,438
Decrease funding for operational costs associated with Medical Simulation Training Center (MTSC). (Baseline: $628,678)
11) Security .................................................................................................................................................................................................. $-2,459
Reduce funding and 19 FTEs for security activities at U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command as part of the phased effort to
decentralize general intelligence security functions. (Baseline: $31,927; -19 FTE)
12) Sustainment Systems Technical Support ................................................................................................................................................... $ - 4 7
Reduce funding for the life cycle support of Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance
(C4ISR) system. (Baseline: $4,925)
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Budget Estimates
Operation and Maintenance, Army
Budget Activity 01: Operating Forces
Activity Group 12: Land Forces Readiness
Detail by Subactivity Group 121: Force Readiness Operations Support
Exhibit OP-5, Subactivity Group 121
192
13) Reform – Better Alignment of Resources ......................................................................................................................................... $-110,239
Decreases funding as a result of the Army's business reform initiative for Other (Operations). The Army identified lower priority items that
could be reduced or divested with the potential to increase efficiency and effectiveness. (Baseline: $3,924,014)
14) Reform – Business Process Improvements .......................................................................................................................................... $-1,005
Decreases funding as a result of the Army's business reform initiative for Contracted Services and Goods. This reform effort reflects an
initiative to eliminate the lowest priority contracts, adjust requirements, eliminate redundancies and improve contracting visibility to ensure
efficient practices. (Baseline: $3,924,014)
15) Reform – Policy Reform ...................................................................................................................................................................... $-17,439
Decreases funding as a result of Army's business reform initiative for Human Resources. The Army has reshaped the civilian workforce
through realignments, reforms, and reductions to provide a more streamline workforce. The Army realigned its management headquarters to
establish Army Futures Command which focus on modernizing systems towards the National Defense Strategy priorities. The civilian
workforce reductions were focused on low priority programs given the change in strategy and processes, including Management
Headquarters. (Baseline: $3,924,014; -150 FTE)
16) OCO for Base Requirements .......................................................................................................................................................... $-3,474,284
Decrease in funding to SAG 121 (Force Readiness Operations Support). OCO for Base Requirements is OCO funding for base budget
requirements in support of the National Defense Strategy. The Budget requests these funds in OCO to comply with the base budget defense
caps included in the Budget Control Act of 2011. (Baseline: $3,924,014; -15,300 FTE)
FY 2020 Budget Request....................................................................................................................................................................................................................... $408,031
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Budget Estimates
Operation and Maintenance, Army
Budget Activity 01: Operating Forces
Activity Group 12: Land Forces Readiness
Detail by Subactivity Group 121: Force Readiness Operations Support
Exhibit OP-5, Subactivity Group 121
193
IV. Performance Criteria and Evaluation Summary: