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DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Budget Estimates
Operation and Maintenance, Army
Budget Activity 03: Training and Recruiting
Activity Group 32: Basic Skill and Advanced Training
Detail by Subactivity Group 321: Specialized Skill Training
Exhibit OP-5, Subactivity Group 321
432
I. Description of Operations Financed:
SPECIALIZED SKILL TRAINING - Funds Military Occupational Specialty (MOS) and mid-level promotion qualifying courses for all Soldiers. Costs include student support,
resident instruction, local preparation and reproduction of training aids and training literature, procurement of supplies and equipment, civilian pay and benefits, and
contractual services. Funds travel for staff and faculty trips, and equipment issued for use during the training period. The Army uses these resources to enable advanced
level courses that further develop Soldiers after completion of Basic Combat Training.
ARMY TRAINING CENTER OPERATIONS - Resources the Army's Initial Military Training operating costs for Specialized Training, which includes civilian pay and
benefits, travel for staff and faculty, and equipment issued for use during the training period. This program also funds costs for fuel, oils and repair parts to operate and
maintain equipment sets.
DEFENSE LANGUAGE PROGRAM - Provides cultural awareness, foreign language training, testing, and educational programs. Funding supports a wide range of
linguistic capabilities to include unit level training, pre-deployment training, language survival kits, and immersion opportunities. As the Department of Defense executive
agent, the Army is responsible for supporting Foreign Language Training at the Defense Language Institute Foreign Language Center.
SPECIAL SKILLS TRAINING - Resources functional, specialized and refresher proficiency training through resident or distributed learning. Joint and International
Programs are supported to meet National and Department of Defense directives that promote stability and shape the international security environment.
PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION - Supports the officer education system, which includes warrant officers, captains and majors. Funds the operating costs for the
Noncommissioned Officer Professional Development Academies (NCOA) to include basic and advanced levels of training. Judge Advocate General MOS qualification is
supported to include legal research, legal doctrine development, material and training requirements for the Judge Advocate General's Corps. Resources operating costs
such as instructors and support personnel. Funding also resources the Army Training Information Infrastructure program.
FLYING HOUR PROGRAM - Resources the petroleum, oil, lubricants (POL) and repair parts for rotary and fixed wing aircraft in support of Specialized Skilled Training.
TRAINING SUPPORT TO UNITS - Finances the purchase of supplies, equipment, equipment maintenance, and staff support at training centers. Production of graphic
training aids, Army-wide doctrine and training publications and other Army-wide training support products and services for unit and collective training, institutional training
and self-development to meet Soldier, leader and unit competency needs. Provides support for the Active and Reserve Components to produce and sustain distributed
learning courseware content for requirements in the institutional, operational, and self-development training domain.
WARRANT OFFICER TRAINING - Resources the operating costs of the Warrant Officer Candidate School (WOCS) and Senior Warrant Officer Training. Resources
associated supplies and equipment, and travel for instructors and support personnel.
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Budget Estimates
Operation and Maintenance, Army
Budget Activity 03: Training and Recruiting
Activity Group 32: Basic Skill and Advanced Training
Detail by Subactivity Group 321: Specialized Skill Training
Exhibit OP-5, Subactivity Group 321
433
II. Force Structure Summary:
U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command operates six Warfighting Functions Centers of Excellence (COE) as follows:
Maneuver COE, Fort Benning, Georgia
Aviation CoE, Fort Rucker, Alabama
Fires CoE, Fort Sill, Oklahoma
Maneuver Support CoE, Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri and Redstone Arsenal, Alabama
Sustainment CoE, Fort Lee, Virginia; Fort Jackson, South Carolina; Joint Base Langley-Eustis, Virginia; and Fort Lee, Virginia
Mission Command CoE, Fort Leavenworth, Kansas; Fort Huachuca, Arizona; and Fort Gordon, Georgia
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 Africa
U.S. Army Special Operation Command
U.S. Army South
U.S. Army Europe
U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command/Army Forces Strategic Command
U.S. Army Pacific
U.S. Army Central
Direct Reporting Units:
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
U.S. Army Intelligence and Security Command
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Budget Estimates
Operation and Maintenance, Army
Budget Activity 03: Training and Recruiting
Activity Group 32: Basic Skill and Advanced Training
Detail by Subactivity Group 321: Specialized Skill Training
Exhibit OP-5, Subactivity Group 321
434
III. Financial Summary ($ in Thousands):
FY 2019
A. Program Elements
FY 2018
Actual
Budget
Request
Amount Percent Appn
Normalized
Current
Enacted
FY 2020
Estimate
SPECIALIZED SKILL TRAINING $1,061,652 $1,020,073 $-33,912 -3.32% $986,161 $986,161 $969,813
SUBACTIVITY GROUP TOTAL $1,061,652 $1,020,073 $-33,912 -3.32% $986,161 $986,161 $969,813
B. Reconciliation Summary
Change
FY 2019/FY 2019
Change
FY 2019/FY 2020
BASELINE FUNDING $1,020,073 $986,161
Congressional Adjustments (Distributed) -20,000
Congressional Adjustments (Undistributed) -14,642
Adjustments to Meet Congressional Intent 0
Congressional Adjustments (General Provisions)
730
SUBTOTAL ESTIMATED AMOUNT 986,161
War-Related and Disaster Supplemental Appropriation 0
X-Year Carryover 0
Fact-of-Life Changes (2019 to 2019 Only)
0
SUBTOTAL BASELINE FUNDING 986,161
Anticipated Reprogramming (Requiring 1415 Actions) 0
Less: War-Related and Disaster Supplemental Appropriation 0
Less: X-Year Carryover 0
Price Change 9,103
Functional Transfers -25,870
Program Changes
419
NORMALIZED CURRENT ESTIMATE $986,161 $969,813
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Budget Estimates
Operation and Maintenance, Army
Budget Activity 03: Training and Recruiting
Activity Group 32: Basic Skill and Advanced Training
Detail by Subactivity Group 321: Specialized Skill Training
Exhibit OP-5, Subactivity Group 321
435
C. Reconciliation of Increases and Decreases:
FY 2019 President's Budget Request ............................................................................................................................................................................................... $1,020,073
1. Congressional Adjustments .................................................................................................................................................................................................................. $-33,912
a) Distributed Adjustments ................................................................................................................................................................................................... $-20,000
1) Program decrease not properly accounted ............................................................................................................................................ $-20,000
b) Undistributed Adjustments ............................................................................................................................................................................................... $-14,642
1) Historical Unobligation ........................................................................................................................................................................... $-11,901
2) Overestimation of Civilian FTE targets .................................................................................................................................................... $-2,741
c) Adjustments to Meet Congressional Intent ................................................................................................................................................................................ $0
d) General Provisions ................................................................................................................................................................................................................. $730
1) Sec. 8024. Reduction for FFRDCs ............................................................................................................................................................. $-849
2) Sec. 8118. Increase to mitigate higher than anticipated fuel costs .......................................................................................................... $1,579
FY 2019 Estimated Amount .................................................................................................................................................................................................................. $986,161
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Budget Estimates
Operation and Maintenance, Army
Budget Activity 03: Training and Recruiting
Activity Group 32: Basic Skill and Advanced Training
Detail by Subactivity Group 321: Specialized Skill Training
Exhibit OP-5, Subactivity Group 321
436
2. War-Related and Disaster Supplemental Appropriations ................................................................................................................................................................................ $0
a) Overseas Contingency Operations Supplemental Appropriation, 2019 .................................................................................................................................... $0
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
FY 2019 Estimated and Supplemental Funding ................................................................................................................................................................................. $986,161
4. Anticipated Reprogramming (Requiring 1415 Actions) ................................................................................................................................................................................... $0
a) Increases .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... $0
b) Decreases .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. $0
Revised FY 2019 Estimate .................................................................................................................................................................................................................... $986,161
5. Less: Emergency Supplemental Funding ........................................................................................................................................................................................................ $0
a) Less: War-Related and Disaster Supplemental Appropriation .................................................................................................................................................. $0
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Budget Estimates
Operation and Maintenance, Army
Budget Activity 03: Training and Recruiting
Activity Group 32: Basic Skill and Advanced Training
Detail by Subactivity Group 321: Specialized Skill Training
Exhibit OP-5, Subactivity Group 321
437
b) Less: X-Year Carryover ............................................................................................................................................................................................................. $0
Normalized FY 2019 Current Estimate ................................................................................................................................................................................................. $986,161
6. Price Change ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... $9,103
7. Transfers ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... $-25,870
a) Transfers In ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................... $12,544
1) Professional Education ........................................................................................................................................................................... $12,544
Transfers funding from SAG 324, Training Support to SAG 321, Specialized Skill Training to realign Training Information Infrastructure
resources into the appropriate Subactivity Group. (Baseline: $75,590)
b) Transfers Out ................................................................................................................................................................................................................... $-38,414
1) Cyber Special Skills Training ................................................................................................................................................................. $-37,235
Transfers funding and 58 FTEs from the following SAGs: SAG 321, Specialized Skill Training ($-37,235; -16 FTEs); SAG 324, Training
Support ($-3,783; -29 FTEs); and SAG 435, Other Service Support ($-2,181; -13 FTEs) to SAG 151, Cyber Activities - Cyberspace
Operations ($43,199; 58 FTEs) to establish baseline resources for cyber training under a new Subactivity group. (Baseline: $986,161; -16
FTE)
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Budget Estimates
Operation and Maintenance, Army
Budget Activity 03: Training and Recruiting
Activity Group 32: Basic Skill and Advanced Training
Detail by Subactivity Group 321: Specialized Skill Training
Exhibit OP-5, Subactivity Group 321
438
2) Security .................................................................................................................................................................................................... $-1,179
Transfers funding and 201 FTEs from the following SAGs and appropriations: SAG 115, Land Forces Operations Support ($-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: $986,161; -16 FTE)
8. Program Increases ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ $57,940
a) Annualization of New FY 2019 Program .................................................................................................................................................................................... $0
b) One-Time FY 2020 Costs .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... $0
c) Program Growth in FY 2020 ............................................................................................................................................................................................. $57,940
1) Army Training Center Operations ........................................................................................................................................................... $46,269
Increases funding and 76 FTEs for Specialized Skills Training and overall student load increase. Funding includes increases for supplies and
equipment purchases in support of training. (Baseline: $477,429; 76 FTE)
2) Compensable Days ................................................................................................................................................................................... $1,307
Increases civilian pay to account for one additional compensable day in FY 2020. (Baseline: $455,216)
3) Defense Language Program ..................................................................................................................................................................... $6,922
Increases funding and 2 FTE for the Defense Language Institute. Increase allows for qualified linguists to train and administer language
proficiency tests. (Baseline: $249,505; 2 FTE)
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Budget Estimates
Operation and Maintenance, Army
Budget Activity 03: Training and Recruiting
Activity Group 32: Basic Skill and Advanced Training
Detail by Subactivity Group 321: Specialized Skill Training
Exhibit OP-5, Subactivity Group 321
439
4) Professional Education ................................................................................................................................................................................ $240
Increases funding and 3 FTEs to support training development for Initial Military Training. (Baseline: $75,590; 3 FTE)
5) Special Skills Training ............................................................................................................................................................................... $1,667
Increases funding and 16 FTEs for additional functional training seats for Special Skills Training Courses. Training includes enhancing critical
skills via the Additional Skill Identifier and Skill Qualification Identifier training. (Baseline: $163,330; 16 FTE)
6) Training Support to Units .......................................................................................................................................................................... $1,535
Increases funding for Explosive Ordinance Disposal training support. Funding assists in improving training, education, and capability
development synchronization. (Baseline: $6,050)
9. Program Decreases .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................. $-57,521
a) One-Time FY 2019 Costs .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... $0
b) Annualization of FY 2019 Program Decreases .......................................................................................................................................................................... $0
c) Program Decreases in FY 2020 ....................................................................................................................................................................................... $-57,521
1) Civilian Average Annual Compensation .................................................................................................................................................. $-1,539
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:
$455,216)
2) Civilian Workforce Reduction ...................................................................................................................................................................... $-118
Reduces FTEs, civilian pay, and associated operating costs to shape the workforce commensurate with Army priorities. (Baseline: $452,976;
-1 FTE)
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Budget Estimates
Operation and Maintenance, Army
Budget Activity 03: Training and Recruiting
Activity Group 32: Basic Skill and Advanced Training
Detail by Subactivity Group 321: Specialized Skill Training
Exhibit OP-5, Subactivity Group 321
440
3) Flying Hours Program .............................................................................................................................................................................. $-1,226
Decreases funding for Flying Hours Program based on execution and projected usage level. (Baseline: $10,084)
4) Warrant Officer Training .............................................................................................................................................................................. $-186
Decreases funding for Warrant Officer Staff Course Training. Reductions include contract support, supplies and materials, and travel costs.
(Baseline: $5,162)
5) Reform – Better Alignment of Resources ............................................................................................................................................. $-17,033
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: $986,161)
6) Reform – Business Process Improvements .......................................................................................................................................... $-31,072
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: $986,161)
7) Reform – Policy Reform .......................................................................................................................................................................... $-6,347
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: $986,161; -74 FTE)
FY 2020 Budget Request....................................................................................................................................................................................................................... $969,813
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Budget Estimates
Operation and Maintenance, Army
Budget Activity 03: Training and Recruiting
Activity Group 32: Basic Skill and Advanced Training
Detail by Subactivity Group 321: Specialized Skill Training
Exhibit OP-5, Subactivity Group 321
441
IV. Performance Criteria and Evaluation Summary:
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Budget Estimates
Operation and Maintenance, Army
Budget Activity 03: Training and Recruiting
Activity Group 32: Basic Skill and Advanced Training
Detail by Subactivity Group 321: Specialized Skill Training
Exhibit OP-5, Subactivity Group 321
442
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Budget Estimates
Operation and Maintenance, Army
Budget Activity 03: Training and Recruiting
Activity Group 32: Basic Skill and Advanced Training
Detail by Subactivity Group 321: Specialized Skill Training
Exhibit OP-5, Subactivity Group 321
443