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DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Budget Estimates
Operation and Maintenance, Army
Budget Activity 04: Administration and Servicewide Activities
Activity Group 43: Servicewide Support
Detail by Subactivity Group 437: Other Construction Support and Real Estate Management
Exhibit OP-5, Subactivity Group 437
704
I. Description of Operations Financed:
OTHER CONSTRUCTION SUPPORT AND REAL ESTATE MANAGEMENT - Resources U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Headquarters Activities and its
subordinate commands. Resources provide for policy formulation, program management, national and regional coordination, and quality assurance of the construction
support and real estate management world-wide. Resources the supervision and direction of USACE activities engaged in developing and publishing guidance. This
includes planning, designing, and constructing facilities, buildings, and other structures that land-based military forces require for base development and tactical
operations. Resources USACE to act as Executive Agent on Computer Assisted Design, Building Information Model, and Geographic Information System standardization
to support Joint Basing Activities.
FIELD FORCE ENGINEERING - Resources Field Force Engineering operations, to include agile, responsive technical engineering and contract construction support
capabilities to Geographic Combatant Commands (GCCs) during contingencies, exercises, and peacetime engagement. Supports GCCs in their theaters of operations by
enabling in-theater engineer assets to leverage Continental U.S. based technical engineering centers through reach-back systems to installations worldwide.
U.S. ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS (USACE) SUPPORT - REAL ESTATE MANAGEMENT - Resources the execution of USACE-managed real estate missions such
as: negotiation and execution of transactions for expansion, modification or disposal of existing installations, and acquisition of new installations. This includes appraisals,
deed transfers, obtaining title evidence, and preparing and executing real estate instruments within delegated authority. Real estate missions also include negotiation of
supplemental agreements, terminations, and expiration actions for Army leases and out grants. Resources real estate establishment, audit, maintenance, and reporting of
real property documentation for all Army leases, licenses, permits, and easement legal instruments where the USACE is the auditable source. Supports legal and
maintenance activities of realty instruments where USACE has the perpetual record holding responsibility on behalf of the U.S. Government.
PENTAGON RESERVATION FACILITY - Resources the operation of Army-assigned space in the Pentagon.
II. Force Structure Summary:
Other Construction Support and Real Estate Management provides support to the following organization:
Headquarters, Department of the Army
Direct Reporting Unit:
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Budget Estimates
Operation and Maintenance, Army
Budget Activity 04: Administration and Servicewide Activities
Activity Group 43: Servicewide Support
Detail by Subactivity Group 437: Other Construction Support and Real Estate Management
Exhibit OP-5, Subactivity Group 437
705
III. Financial Summary ($ in Thousands):
FY 2019
A. Program Elements
FY 2018
Actual
Budget
Request
Amount Percent Appn
Normalized
Current
Enacted
FY 2020
Estimate
OTHER CONSTRUCTION SUPPORT AND REAL
ESTATE MANAGEMENT $402,623
$240,917 $-2,514 -1.04% $238,403 $238,403 $226,248
SUBACTIVITY GROUP TOTAL $402,623 $240,917 $-2,514 -1.04% $238,403 $238,403 $226,248
B. Reconciliation Summary
Change
FY 2019/FY 2019
Change
FY 2019/FY 2020
BASELINE FUNDING $240,917 $238,403
Congressional Adjustments (Distributed) 0
Congressional Adjustments (Undistributed) -2,514
Adjustments to Meet Congressional Intent 0
Congressional Adjustments (General Provisions)
0
SUBTOTAL ESTIMATED AMOUNT 238,403
War-Related and Disaster Supplemental Appropriation 191,786
X-Year Carryover 0
Fact-of-Life Changes (2019 to 2019 Only)
0
SUBTOTAL BASELINE FUNDING 430,189
Anticipated Reprogramming (Requiring 1415 Actions) 0
Less: War-Related and Disaster Supplemental Appropriation -191,786
Less: X-Year Carryover 0
Price Change 1,602
Functional Transfers 0
Program Changes
-13,757
NORMALIZED CURRENT ESTIMATE $238,403 $226,248
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Budget Estimates
Operation and Maintenance, Army
Budget Activity 04: Administration and Servicewide Activities
Activity Group 43: Servicewide Support
Detail by Subactivity Group 437: Other Construction Support and Real Estate Management
Exhibit OP-5, Subactivity Group 437
706
C. Reconciliation of Increases and Decreases:
FY 2019 President's Budget Request .................................................................................................................................................................................................. $240,917
1. Congressional Adjustments .................................................................................................................................................................................................................... $-2,514
a) Distributed Adjustments ............................................................................................................................................................................................................. $0
b) Undistributed Adjustments ................................................................................................................................................................................................. $-2,514
1) Historical Unobligation ............................................................................................................................................................................. $-1,743
2) Overestimation of Civilian FTE targets ....................................................................................................................................................... $-771
c) Adjustments to Meet Congressional Intent ................................................................................................................................................................................ $0
d) General Provisions ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................... $0
FY 2019 Estimated Amount .................................................................................................................................................................................................................. $238,403
2. War-Related and Disaster Supplemental Appropriations .................................................................................................................................................................... $191,786
a) Overseas Contingency Operations Supplemental Appropriation, 2019 ......................................................................................................................... $191,786
1) Overseas Contingency Operations Supplemental ................................................................................................................................ $191,786
b) Military Construction and Emergency Hurricane ....................................................................................................................................................................... $0
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Budget Estimates
Operation and Maintenance, Army
Budget Activity 04: Administration and Servicewide Activities
Activity Group 43: Servicewide Support
Detail by Subactivity Group 437: Other Construction Support and Real Estate Management
Exhibit OP-5, Subactivity Group 437
707
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 ................................................................................................................................................................................. $430,189
4. Anticipated Reprogramming (Requiring 1415 Actions) ................................................................................................................................................................................... $0
a) Increases .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... $0
b) Decreases .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. $0
Revised FY 2019 Estimate .................................................................................................................................................................................................................... $430,189
5. Less: Emergency Supplemental Funding ........................................................................................................................................................................................... $-191,786
a) Less: War-Related and Disaster Supplemental Appropriation ...................................................................................................................................... $-191,786
b) Less: X-Year Carryover ............................................................................................................................................................................................................. $0
Normalized FY 2019 Current Estimate ................................................................................................................................................................................................. $238,403
6. Price Change ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... $1,602
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Budget Estimates
Operation and Maintenance, Army
Budget Activity 04: Administration and Servicewide Activities
Activity Group 43: Servicewide Support
Detail by Subactivity Group 437: Other Construction Support and Real Estate Management
Exhibit OP-5, Subactivity Group 437
708
7. Transfers .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... $0
a) Transfers In ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ $0
b) Transfers Out ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................. $0
8. Program Increases ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ $18,184
a) Annualization of New FY 2019 Program .................................................................................................................................................................................... $0
b) One-Time FY 2020 Costs .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... $0
c) Program Growth in FY 2020 ............................................................................................................................................................................................. $18,184
1) Compensable Days ...................................................................................................................................................................................... $253
Increases civilian pay to account for one additional compensable day in FY 2020. (Baseline: $94,388)
2) Field Force Engineering ............................................................................................................................................................................ $3,788
Increases funding to support updates in the Army Facilities Component System (AFCS) of installation designs and associated construction
data for forward deployment planning and shorten construction timelines. Between 10-20 percent of designs on-hand are updated annually to
ensure the AFCS is current. Increase in funding also supports the training of Contingency Real Estate Teams (CREST) and Environmental
Support Teams (ENVST) in order to maintain a ready and deployable state. CREST and ENVST teams perform environmental assessments,
water treatment and distribution, management of solid waste, real estate acquisition, and design and master plan facilities and installations to
fully support the needs of the Combatant Commands and the Army. (Baseline: $15,868)
3) Pentagon Reservation Facility ..................................................................................................................................................................... $954
Increases funding for the Army's share of the Pentagon Reservation Maintenance Revolving Fund for the Army's portion of the Pentagon
Force Protection Agency (PFPA) support to the Pentagon reservat
ion. PFPA support building security, anti-terrorism force protection, and
emergency responses. (Baseline: $94,984)
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Budget Estimates
Operation and Maintenance, Army
Budget Activity 04: Administration and Servicewide Activities
Activity Group 43: Servicewide Support
Detail by Subactivity Group 437: Other Construction Support and Real Estate Management
Exhibit OP-5, Subactivity Group 437
709
4) U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Support - Real Estate Management ...................................................................................... $13,189
Increases funding to support Army audit readiness goals within real estate by focusing on the quality assurance and objectivity of data
pertaining to the Army's land tract inventory; support of general operations to include Enterprise Information Technology, Automated
Information Systems, Logistics Support and Financial Services Support for USACE direct-appropriated activities; and incrementally mitigates
systemic weaknesses in real property portfolio management by resourcing solutions to address more than 2500 outdated or expired real
estate outgrants, easements and leases (written agreements setting out the terms and conditions of non-Army use of real property holding
and authorizing the use of that property by others), which results in lost revenue and exposes the Army to unnecessary liability. (Baseline:
$100,024)
9. Program Decreases .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................. $-31,941
a) One-Time FY 2019 Costs .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... $0
b) Annualization of FY 2019 Program Decreases .......................................................................................................................................................................... $0
c) Program Decreases in FY 2020 ....................................................................................................................................................................................... $-31,941
1) Civilian Average Annual Compensation ..................................................................................................................................................... $-210
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:
$94,338)
2) Civilian Workforce Reduction ................................................................................................................................................................... $-6,545
Reduces FTEs, civilian pay, and associated operating costs to shape the workforce commensurate with Army priorities. (Baseline: $94,338;
-42 FTE)
3) Classified Adjustment ......................................
...................................................................................................................................... $-21,348
Decreases funding for adjustments to classified programs. Details will be provided under separate cover to properly cleared individuals on a
need-to-know basis. (Baseline: $21,348; -25 FTE)
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Budget Estimates
Operation and Maintenance, Army
Budget Activity 04: Administration and Servicewide Activities
Activity Group 43: Servicewide Support
Detail by Subactivity Group 437: Other Construction Support and Real Estate Management
Exhibit OP-5, Subactivity Group 437
710
4) U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Headquarters Activities ........................................................................................................... $-1,319
Reduces funding for information technology contract support for USACE headquarters. (Baseline: $6,179)
5) Reform – Better Alignment of Resources .................................................................................................................................................. $-658
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: $238,403)
6) Reform – Policy Reform .......................................................................................................................................................................... $-1,861
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: $238,403; -13 FTE)
FY 2020 Budget Request....................................................................................................................................................................................................................... $226,248
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Budget Estimates
Operation and Maintenance, Army
Budget Activity 04: Administration and Servicewide Activities
Activity Group 43: Servicewide Support
Detail by Subactivity Group 437: Other Construction Support and Real Estate Management
Exhibit OP-5, Subactivity Group 437
711
IV. Performance Criteria and Evaluation Summary:
A. FIELD FORCE ENGINEERING (FFE) SUPPORT TO COMBATANT COMMANDERS:
OBJECTIVE – Provide Combatant Commanders with technical engineering and other contingency support for unified land operations.
STANDARD – Support Combatant Commanders in theaters of operations with assets to leverage CONUS-based technical engineering centers thru reach back
systems for infrastructure worldwide.
METRICS FY 2020 – Provide two weeks per year of direct support to six Combatant Command aligned brigades for U.S. Africa Command, U.S. Central
Command, U.S. European Command, U.S. Indo-Pacific Command, U.S. Northern Command, and U.S. Southern Command.
FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020
% Participation 100% 100% 100%
B. COMMAND AND CONTROL (C2):
PROGRAM DESCRIPTION – C2 for building and sustaining critical facilities for the military.
METRIC DESCRIPTION – Manage risk in program execution; construct critical facilities for military on time and within budget.
Performance Goal: 90% or greater of C2 completed on-time.
Metric #1: Beneficial Occupancy Date
FY 2020 PERFORMANCE GOAL – Reduce project cost growth below 4% and beneficial occupancy time growth below 8%.
FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020
MILCON MANAGEMENT
100% 100% 100%
C. PENTAGON RENT AND RENOVATION:
FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020
Non General Services Administration Leased Payment
for space ($000)* 101,655
94,984 96,527
Leased Space (000 sq. ft.) 902,952 891,305 891,305
* Part VII OP-32A Line Items (line 0672 PRMRF Purchases) erroneously understates the FY 2019 program total for Pentagon Reservation Facility. The baseline and
program change total shown in Part III.C.8.c.3. and in Part IV.C. is the correct total.
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Budget Estimates
Operation and Maintenance, Army
Budget Activity 04: Administration and Servicewide Activities
Activity Group 43: Servicewide Support
Detail by Subactivity Group 437: Other Construction Support and Real Estate Management
Exhibit OP-5, Subactivity Group 437
712
V. Personnel Summary:
FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020
Change
FY 2019/2020
Active Military End Strength (E/S) (Total)
10 8 8 0
Officer 8 6 6 0
Enlisted 2 2 2 0
Active Military Average Strength (A/S) (Total)
10 9 8 -1
Officer 7 7 6 -1
Enlisted 3 2 2 0
Civilian FTEs (Total)
888 818 738 -80
DIRECT FUNDED (DOES NOT INCLUDE MILITARY TECHNICIANS)
627 608 528 -80
U.S. Direct Hire 627 597 517 -80
Foreign National Direct Hire 0 0 0 0
Total Direct Hire 627 597 517 -80
Foreign National Indirect Hire 0 11 11 0
REIMBURSABLE FUNDED
261 210 210 0
U.S. Direct Hire 253 210 210 0
Foreign National Direct Hire 8 0 0 0
Total Direct Hire 261 210 210 0
Foreign National Indirect Hire 0 0 0 0
Annual Civilian Salary Cost
158 155 155 0
Contractor FTEs (Total)
337 50 36 -14
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Budget Estimates
Operation and Maintenance, Army
Budget Activity 04: Administration and Servicewide Activities
Activity Group 43: Servicewide Support
Detail by Subactivity Group 437: Other Construction Support and Real Estate Management
Exhibit OP-5, Subactivity Group 437
713
VII. OP-32A Line Items:
FY 2018
Program
FC Rate
Diff
Price
Growth
Percent
Price
Growth
Program
Growth
FY 2019
Program
FC Rate
Diff
Price
Growth
Percent
Price
Growth
Program
Growth
FY 2020
Program
CIVILIAN PERSONNEL COMPENSATION
0101 EXECUTIVE, GENERAL AND SPECIAL SCHEDULES 98,878 0 0.51% 504 -5,917 93,465 0 0.00% 0 -12,370 81,095
0103 WAGE BOARD 198 0 0.51% 2 -45 155 0 0.00% 0 0 155
0104 FOREIGN NATIONAL DIRECT HIRE (FNDH) 1 0 0.51% 0 -1 0 0 0.00% 0 0 0
0199 TOTAL CIVILIAN PERSONNEL COMPENSATION 99,077 0 506 -5,963 93,620 0 0 -12,370 81,250
TRAVEL
0308 TRAVEL OF PERSONS 5,168 0 1.80% 93 -879 4,382 0 2.00% 88 -132 4,338
0399 TOTAL TRAVEL 5,168 0 93 -879 4,382 0 88 -132 4,338
DEFENSE WORKING CAPITAL FUND SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS
0411 ARMY SUPPLY 0 0 0.38% 0 0 0 0 -0.09% 0 0 0
0416 GSA MANAGED SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS 390 0 1.80% 7 128 525 0 2.00% 10 0 535
0423 DLA MATERIEL SUPPLY CHAIN (SUBSISTENCE) 42 0 -1.90% -1 -41 0 0 -0.51% 0 0 0
0499 TOTAL SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS PURCHASES 432 0 6 87 525 0 10 0 535
DEFENSE WORKING CAPITAL FUND EQUIPMENT PURCHASES
0502 ARMY FUND EQUIPMENT 204 0 0.38% 1 -205 0 0 -0.09% 0 0 0
0503 NAVY FUND EQUIPMENT 2 0 0.00% 0 -2 0 0 2.06% 0 0 0
0507 GSA MANAGED EQUIPMENT 951 0 1.80% 18 220 1,189 0 2.00% 24 0 1,213
0599 TOTAL STOCK FUND EQUIPMENT PURCHASES 1,157 0 19 13 1,189 0 24 0 1,213
OTHER FUND PURCHASES
0672 PRMRF PURCHASES 101,655 0 -0.61% -620 -7,580 93,455 0 0.63% 589 2,483 96,527
0679 COST REIMBURSABLE PURCHASES 6,965 0 1.80% 125 -1,883 5,207 0 2.00% 104 0 5,311
0691 DFAS FINANCIAL OPERATIONS (ARMY) 30 0 1.60% 0 -30 0 0 -2.35% 0 0 0
0699 TOTAL INDUSTRIAL FUND PURCHASES 108,650 0 -495 -9,493 98,662 0 693 2,483 101,838
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Budget Estimates
Operation and Maintenance, Army
Budget Activity 04: Administration and Servicewide Activities
Activity Group 43: Servicewide Support
Detail by Subactivity Group 437: Other Construction Support and Real Estate Management
Exhibit OP-5, Subactivity Group 437
714
FY 2018
Program
FC Rate
Diff
Price
Growth
Percent
Price
Growth
Program
Growth
FY 2019
Program
FC Rate
Diff
Price
Growth
Percent
Price
Growth
Program
Growth
FY 2020
Program
TRANSPORTATION
0771 COMMERCIAL TRANSPORTATION 643 0 1.80% 11 -654 0 0 2.00% 0 0 0
0799 TOTAL TRANSPORTATION 643 0 11 -654 0 0 0 0 0
OTHER PURCHASES
0901 FOREIGN NATIONAL INDIRECT HIRE (FNIH) 0 53 0.51% 0 665 718 0 0.00% 0 0 718
0912 RENTAL PAYMENTS TO GSA (SLUC) 524 0 1.80% 10 -534 0 0 2.00% 0 0 0
0914 PURCHASED COMMUNICATIONS (NON-FUND) 366 0 1.80% 7 -373 0 0 2.00% 0 0 0
0917 POSTAL SERVICES (U.S.P.S) 17 0 1.80% 0 -17 0 0 2.00% 0 0 0
0920 SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS (NON-FUND) 161 0 1.80% 3 2,004 2,168 0 2.00% 43 0 2,211
0921 PRINTING AND REPRODUCTION 1 0 1.80% 0 -1 0 0 2.00% 0 0 0
0922 EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE BY CONTRACT 8,077 0 1.80% 145 -5,174 3,048 0 2.00% 61 -2,112 997
0923 OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF FACILITIES 17,579 0 1.80% 317 -17,896 0 0 2.00% 0 0 0
0925 EQUIPMENT PURCHASES (NON-FUND) 2,481 0 1.80% 44 -544 1,981 0 2.00% 40 0 2,021
0928 SHIP MAINTENANCE BY CONTRACT 3 0 1.80% 0 -3 0 0 2.00% 0 0 0
0932 MANAGEMENT AND PROFESSIONAL SUPPORT SERVICES 16,933 0 1.80% 305 -17,238 0 0 2.00% 0 0 0
0933 STUDIES, ANALYSIS, AND EVALUATIONS 725 0 1.80% 13 -738 0 0 2.00% 0 0 0
0935 TRAINING AND LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT (A&AS) 102 0 2.00% 2 -104 0 0 2.00% 0 0 0
0936 TRAINING AND LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT (OTHER CONTR) 44 0 2.00% 1 -45 0 0 2.00% 0 0 0
0955 MEDICAL CARE 3 0 3.80% 0 -3 0 0 3.90% 0 0 0
0957 LAND AND STRUCTURES 1,501 0 1.80% 27 -1,528 0 0 2.00% 0 0 0
0964 SUBSISTENCE AND SUPPORT OF PERSONS 17 0 1.80% 0 -17 0 0 2.00% 0 0 0
0985 RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CONTRACTS 16 0 0.00% 0 -16 0 0 0.00% 0 0 0
0987 OTHER INTRA-GOVERNMENT PURCHASES 121,240 0 1.80% 2,182 -97,492 25,930 0 2.00% 519 -1,014 25,435
0989 OTHER SERVICES 15,203 0 1.80% 274 -9,297 6,180 0 2.00% 124 -612 5,692
0990 IT CONTRACT SUPPORT SERVICES 2,503 0 1.80% 45 -2,548 0 0 2.00% 0 0 0
0999 TOTAL OTHER PURCHASES 187,496 53 3,375 -150,899 40,025 0 787 -3,738 37,074
9999 GRAND TOTAL 402,623 53 3,515 -167,788 238,403 0 1,602 -13,757 226,248
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Budget Estimates
Operation and Maintenance, Army - Overseas Contingency Operations
Budget Activity BA 04: Administration and Servicewide Activities
Activity Group 43: Servicewide Support
Detail by Subactivity Group OCO 437: Other Construction Support and Real Estate Management
Exhibit OCO OP-5, Subactivity Group OCO 437
285
I. Description of Operations Financed:
OTHER CONSTRUCTION SUPPORT AND REAL ESTATE MANAGEMENT - funds the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers project support in Operation FREEDOM'S
SENTINEL. Project support includes: (1) Transatlantic Division; (2) BUCKEYE Program; (3) Field Force Engineering Program and; (4) Army Geospatial Support Program.
The Transatlantic Division provides the only deployed engineering and construction operation support in Afghanistan and provides direct support to the International
Security Assistance Force, Combined Security Transition Command, and the U.S. Agency for International Development. The Transatlantic Division also provides
oversight of the construction of runways, airfields, military housing, provincial roads, bridges and micro-hydro power stations. Funding for the Transatlantic Division pays
for Life support for employees on non U.S. bases, travel and training for employees deploying and redeploying, equipment unique overseas contingency operations, and
bandwidth requirements.
The BUCKEYE program collects and rapidly produces high-resolution geospatial color imagery and elevation data over a commander's area of interest and supports
change detection; intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance; and high-resolution three-dimensional mapping. Funding for the BUCKEYE program pays for labor,
training, administration costs and overhead for program management and for unmanned aircraft system operations.
The Field Force Engineering Program provides engineering and construction operation support. Funding for the Field Force Engineering Program pays for Forward
Engineering Support Teams - Advanced, Contingency Real Estate Teams, and Environmental Support Teams.
The Army Geospatial Support Program provides Army specific geospatial information, products, analysis, and services including terrain analysis and mapping. Funding for
this program pays for contract support.
II. Force Structure Summary:
Army Service Component Commands:
U.S. Army Central
Direct Reporting Units:
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Budget Estimates
Operation and Maintenance, Army - Overseas Contingency Operations
Budget Activity BA 04: Administration and Servicewide Activities
Activity Group 43: Servicewide Support
Detail by Subactivity Group OCO 437: Other Construction Support and Real Estate Management
Exhibit OCO OP-5, Subactivity Group OCO 437
286
III. Financial Summary ($ in Thousands):
FY 2019
A. Program Elements
FY 2018
Actual
Budget
Request Amount Percent Appn
Normalized
Current
Enacted
FY 2020
Estimate
OTHER CONSTRUCTION SUPPORT AND REAL ESTATE
MANAGEMENT $165,969
$191,786 $0 0.00% $191,786 $191,786 $251,355
SUBACTIVITY GROUP TOTAL $165,969 $191,786 $0 0.00% $191,786 $191,786 $251,355
Summary by Operation
FY 2018
Actual
FY 2019
Enacted
FY 2020
Estimate
Operation FREEDOM'S SENTINEL $165,871 $191,786 $251,355
Operation INHERENT RESOLVE $98 $0 $0
European Deterrence Initiative $0 $0 $0
Base to OCO $0 $0 $0
Operation Totals $165,969 $191,786 $251,355
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Budget Estimates
Operation and Maintenance, Army - Overseas Contingency Operations
Budget Activity BA 04: Administration and Servicewide Activities
Activity Group 43: Servicewide Support
Detail by Subactivity Group OCO 437: Other Construction Support and Real Estate Management
Exhibit OCO OP-5, Subactivity Group OCO 437
287
B. Reconciliation Summary
Change
FY 2019/FY 2019
Change
FY 2019/FY 2020
OCO FUNDING $191,786 $191,786
Congressional Adjustments (Distributed) 0
Congressional Adjustments (Undistributed) 0
Adjustments to Meet Congressional Intent 0
Congressional Adjustments (General Provisions)
0
SUBTOTAL ESTIMATED AMOUNT 191,786
Baseline Budget Funding 238,403
X-Year Carryover 0
Fact-of-Life Changes (2019 to 2019 Only)
0
SUBTOTAL OCO AND BASELINE FUNDING 430,189
Reprogramming 0
Less: Baseline Budget Funding -238,403
Less: X-Year Carryover 0
Price Change 3,807
Functional Transfers 0
Program Changes
55,762
NORMALIZED CURRENT OCO ESTIMATE $191,786 $251,355
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Budget Estimates
Operation and Maintenance, Army - Overseas Contingency Operations
Budget Activity BA 04: Administration and Servicewide Activities
Activity Group 43: Servicewide Support
Detail by Subactivity Group OCO 437: Other Construction Support and Real Estate Management
Exhibit OCO OP-5, Subactivity Group OCO 437
288
C. Reconciliation of Increases and Decreases:
FY 2019 President's OCO Budget Request ......................................................................................................................................................................................... $191,786
1. Congressional Adjustments ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................. $0
a) Distributed Adjustments ............................................................................................................................................................................................................. $0
b) Undistributed Adjustments ......................................................................................................................................................................................................... $0
c) Adjustments to Meet Congressional Intent ................................................................................................................................................................................ $0
d) General Provisions ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................... $0
FY 2019 Estimated OCO Amount ......................................................................................................................................................................................................... $191,786
2. Baseline Appropriations ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................... $238,403
a) Baseline Budget Funding ................................................................................................................................................................................................ $238,403
1) Baseline Funding .................................................................................................................................................................................. $238,403
b) Military Construction and Emergency Hurricane ....................................................................................................................................................................... $0
c) X-Year Carryover ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................... $0
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Budget Estimates
Operation and Maintenance, Army - Overseas Contingency Operations
Budget Activity BA 04: Administration and Servicewide Activities
Activity Group 43: Servicewide Support
Detail by Subactivity Group OCO 437: Other Construction Support and Real Estate Management
Exhibit OCO OP-5, Subactivity Group OCO 437
289
3. Fact-of-Life Changes ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... $0
a) Functional Transfers .................................................................................................................................................................................................................. $0
b) Emergent Requirements ............................................................................................................................................................................................................ $0
FY 2019 OCO and Baseline Funding ................................................................................................................................................................................................... $430,189
4. Reprogramming ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... $0
a) Increases .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... $0
b) Decreases .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. $0
Revised FY 2019 OCO Estimate ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... $430,189
5. Less: Baseline Appropriations ............................................................................................................................................................................................................ $-238,403
a) Less: Baseline Budget Funding ..................................................................................................................................................................................... $-238,403
b) Less: X-Year Carryover ............................................................................................................................................................................................................. $0
Normalized FY 2019 Current OCO Estimate ....................................................................................................................................................................................... $191,786
6. Price Change ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... $3,807
7. Transfers .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... $0
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Budget Estimates
Operation and Maintenance, Army - Overseas Contingency Operations
Budget Activity BA 04: Administration and Servicewide Activities
Activity Group 43: Servicewide Support
Detail by Subactivity Group OCO 437: Other Construction Support and Real Estate Management
Exhibit OCO OP-5, Subactivity Group OCO 437
290
a) Transfers In ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ $0
b) Transfers Out ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................. $0
8. Program Increases ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ $55,762
a) Annualization of New FY 2019 Program .................................................................................................................................................................................... $0
b) One-Time FY 2020 Costs .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... $0
c) Program Growth in FY 2020 ............................................................................................................................................................................................. $55,762
1) Operation FREEDOM'S SENTINEL: Construction and Real Estate Administration .............................................................................. $55,762
Funds increase to support operational costs for collection through the use of platforms and sensors that operate at higher altitudes;
and to provide greater Engineer capabilities in support real property assessment and accountability. (Baseline: $191,786)
9. Program Decreases ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... $0
a) One-Time FY 2019 Costs .......................................................................................................................................................................................................... $0
b) Annualization of FY 2019 Program Decreases .......................................................................................................................................................................... $0
c) Program Decreases in FY 2020 ................................................................................................................................................................................................. $0
FY 2020 OCO Budget Request ............................................................................................................................................................................................................. $251,355
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Budget Estimates
Operation and Maintenance, Army - Overseas Contingency Operations
Budget Activity BA 04: Administration and Servicewide Activities
Activity Group 43: Servicewide Support
Detail by Subactivity Group OCO 437: Other Construction Support and Real Estate Management
Exhibit OCO OP-5, Subactivity Group OCO 437
291
VI. OP-32 Line Items:
FY 2018
Actual
FC Rate
Diff
Price
Growth
Percent
Price
Growth
Program
Growth
FY 2019
Enacted
FC Rate
Diff
Price
Growth
Percent
Price
Growth
Program
Growth
FY 2020
Estimate
CIVILIAN PERSONNEL COMPENSATION
0101 EXECUTIVE, GENERAL AND SPECIAL SCHEDULES 20,120 0 0.51% 103 -20,223 0 0 0.00% 0 0 0
0103 WAGE BOARD 137 0 0.51% 1 -138 0 0 0.00% 0 0 0
0199 TOTAL CIVILIAN PERSONNEL COMPENSATION 20,257 0 104 -20,361 0 0 0 0 0
TRAVEL
0308 TRAVEL OF PERSONS 1,595 0 1.80% 29 -42 1,582 0 2.00% 32 459 2,073
0399 TOTAL TRAVEL 1,595 0 29 -42 1,582 0 32 459 2,073
DEFENSE WORKING CAPITAL FUND SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS
0416 GSA MANAGED SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS 309 0 1.80% 6 -150 165 0 2.00% 3 47 215
0423 DLA MATERIEL SUPPLY CHAIN (SUBSISTENCE) 41 0 -1.90% -1 -11 29 0 -0.51% 0 9 38
0499 TOTAL SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS PURCHASES 350 0 5 -161 194 0 3 56 253
DEFENSE WORKING CAPITAL FUND EQUIPMENT PURCHASES
0502 ARMY FUND EQUIPMENT 204 0 0.38% 1 -205 0 0 -0.09% 0 0 0
0503 NAVY FUND EQUIPMENT 2 0 0.00% 0 -2 0 0 2.06% 0 0 0
0507 GSA MANAGED EQUIPMENT 699 0 1.80% 13 337 1,049 0 2.00% 21 305 1,375
0599 TOTAL STOCK FUND EQUIPMENT PURCHASES 905 0 14 130 1,049 0 21 305 1,375
OTHER FUND PURCHASES
0679 COST REIMBURSABLE PURCHASES 1,395 0 1.80% 25 665 2,085 0 2.00% 42 606 2,733
0699 TOTAL INDUSTRIAL FUND PURCHASES 1,395 0 25 665 2,085 0 42 606 2,733
TRANSPORTATION
0771 COMMERCIAL TRANSPORTATION 408 0 1.80% 7 -281 134 0 2.00% 3 39 176
0799 TOTAL TRANSPORTATION 408 0 7 -281 134 0 3 39 176
OTHER PURCHASES
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
Fiscal Year (FY) 2020 Budget Estimates
Operation and Maintenance, Army - Overseas Contingency Operations
Budget Activity BA 04: Administration and Servicewide Activities
Activity Group 43: Servicewide Support
Detail by Subactivity Group OCO 437: Other Construction Support and Real Estate Management
Exhibit OCO OP-5, Subactivity Group OCO 437
292
FY 2018
Actual
FC Rate
Diff
Price
Growth
Percent
Price
Growth
Program
Growth
FY 2019
Enacted
FC Rate
Diff
Price
Growth
Percent
Price
Growth
Program
Growth
FY 2020
Estimate
0912 RENTAL PAYMENTS TO GSA (SLUC) 429 0 1.80% 8 19 456 0 2.00% 9 133 598
0914 PURCHASED COMMUNICATIONS (NON-FUND) 1 0 1.80% 0 0 1 0 2.00% 0 0 1
0917 POSTAL SERVICES (U.S.P.S) 3 0 1.80% 0 3 6 0 2.00% 0 1 7
0920 SUPPLIES AND MATERIALS (NON-FUND) 35 0 1.80% 1 8 44 0 2.00% 1 13 58
0921 PRINTING AND REPRODUCTION 1 0 1.80% 0 -1 0 0 2.00% 0 0 0
0922 EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCE BY CONTRACT 4 0 1.80% 0 5 9 0 2.00% 0 2 11
0923 OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF FACILITIES 13,547 0 1.80% 244 3,271 17,062 0 2.00% 341 4,957 22,360
0925 EQUIPMENT PURCHASES (NON-FUND) 1,739 0 1.80% 31 -1,240 530 0 2.00% 11 154 695
0932 MANAGEMENT AND PROFESSIONAL SUPPORT SERVICES 6,375 0 1.80% 115 1,967 8,457 0 2.00% 169 2,458 11,084
0934 ENGINEERING AND TECHNICAL SERVICES 0 0 1.80% 0 1,861 1,861 0 2.00% 37 541 2,439
0935 TRAINING AND LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT (A&AS) 3 0 2.00% 0 -3 0 0 2.00% 0 0 0
0936
TRAINING AND LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT (OTHER
CONTR) 3 0 2.00% 0 -1 2 0 2.00% 0 1 3
0955 MEDICAL CARE 3 0 3.80% 0 -3 0 0 3.90% 0 0 0
0957 LAND AND STRUCTURES 250 0 1.80% 5 3,447 3,702 0 2.00% 74 1,076 4,852
0964 SUBSISTENCE AND SUPPORT OF PERSONS 17 0 1.80% 0 250 267 0 2.00% 5 79 351
0985 RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CONTRACTS 0 0 0.00% 0 1,393 1,393 0 0.00% 0 434 1,827
0987 OTHER INTRA-GOVERNMENT PURCHASES 115,857 0 1.80% 2,085 33,540 151,482 0 2.00% 3,030 44,021 198,533
0989 OTHER SERVICES 1,279 0 1.80% 23 -1,092 210 0 2.00% 4 61 275
0990 IT CONTRACT SUPPORT SERVICES 1,513 0 1.80% 27 -280 1,260 0 2.00% 25 366 1,651
0999 TOTAL OTHER PURCHASES 141,059 0 2,539 43,144 186,742 0 3,706 54,297 244,745
GRAND TOTAL 165,969 0 2,723 23,094 191,786 0 3,807 55,762 251,355