FAIR Act Report - Education Department

The Education Department said none of these jobs are slated for outsourcing because they have either fewer than 10 full time employees per organizational unit or they are considered "core capability staff necessary to fulfill Education Department mission or meet emergency requirements."
Activity Number of Jobs Per Activity Number of Jobs Per Location Location(s)
Y999 - Other Functions 73 39 Washington, DC
(Rehabilitation Svcs. Prog. Specialists) 4 Boston, MA
2 New York, NY
3 Philadelphia, PA
6 Atlanta, GA
3 Chicago, IL
5 Dallas, TX
3 Kansas City, MO
2 Denver, CO
3 San Francisco, CA
3 Seattle, WA
B700 - Personnel Management Specialist 32 22 Washington, DC
1 Philadelphia, PA
3 Atlanta, GA
1 Chicago, IL
1 Dallas, TX
1 Kansas City, MO
1 Denver, CO
1 San Francisco, CA
1 Seattle, WA
Y000D - Administrative Support 322 219 Washington, DC
(Other Selected Functions) 8 Boston, MA
7 New York, NY
5 Philadelphia, PA
24 Atlanta, GA
13 Chicago, IL
8 Dallas, TX
7 Kansas City, MO
7 Denver, CO
15 San Francisco, CA
1 Sacramento, CA
8 Seattle, WA
Y000D - Administrative Support 89 74 Washington, DC
(Other Selected Functions) 2 Boston, MA
3 New York, NY
2 Philadelphia, PA
1 Chicago, IL
1 Cleveland, OH
3 Dallas, TX
2 San Francisco, CA
1 Seattle, WA
W000D - Administrative Support (ADP) 140 88 Washington, DC
1 Boston, MA
2 New York, NY
6 Philadelphia, PA
15 Atlanta, GA
1 Plantation, FL
5 Chicago, IL
2 Cleveland, OH
4 Dallas, TX
3 Kansas City, MO
3 Denver, CO
9 San Francisco, CA
1 Seattle, WA
W826 - Systems Design, Development 152 140 Washington, DC
and Programming Services 1 Boston, MA
4 Philadelphia, PA
3 Atlanta, GA
1 Chicago, IL
1 Dallas, TX
1 Denver, CO
1 San Francisco, CA
N/A - Core Capability Staff Spread 921 775 Washington, DC
ED-wide Performing Many Different Activities 9 Boston, MA
12 New York, NY
8 Philadelphia, PA
60 Atlanta, GA
1 Louisville, KY
1 Montgomery, AL
14 Chicago, IL
8 Dallas, TX
10 Kansas City, MO
6 Denver, CO
10 San Francisco, CA
7 Seattle, WA
Y000D - Administrative Support 10 6 Washington, DC
(Other Selected Functions) 3 Atlanta, GA
1 Denver, CO
D400 - Compliance Surveys 320 19 Washington, DC
20 Boston, MA
17 New York, NY
31 Philadelphia, PA
51 Atlanta, GA
28 Chicago, IL
16 Cleveland, OH
43 Dallas, TX
17 Kansas City, MO
19 Denver, CO
42 San Francisco, CA
17 Seattle, WA
D100 - Regulatory Activities 45 5 Washington, DC
3 New York, NY
7 Atlanta, GA
8 Chicago, IL
2 Cleveland, OH
7 Dallas, TX
6 Kansas City, MO
2 Denver, CO
5 Seattle, WA
C403 - Financial Program Management 107 96 Washington, DC
1 Boston, MA
1 Philadelphia, PA
5 Atlanta, GA
1 Chicago, IL
1 Dallas, TX
1 Kansas City, MO
1 San Francisco, CA
C307 - General Accounting 88 88 Washington, DC
C501 - Internal Auditing 118 35 Washington, DC
5 Boston, MA
3 New York, NY
1 San Juan, PR
6 Philadelphia, PA
2 Pittsburgh, PA
4 Atlanta, GA
3 Nashville, TN
1 Plantation, FL
13 Chicago, IL
4 St. Paul, MN
6 Austin, TX
7 Dallas, TX
10 Kansas City, MO
4 Los Angeles, CA
9 Sacramento, CA
2 San Francisco, CA
3 Seattle, WA
C400 - Budget Formulation, Analysis & 38 37 Washington, DC
Support 1 Atlanta, GA
Y401 - General Attorney's Services 208 100 Washington, DC
7 Boston, MA
9 New York, NY
8 Philadelphia, PA
11 Atlanta, GA
9 Chicago, IL
7 Cleveland, OH
10 Dallas, TX
8 Kansas City, MO
9 Denver, CO
19 San Francisco, CA
11 Seattle, WA
Y999 - Other Functions 8 8 Washington, DC
S701 - Advertising and Public Relations 27 22 Washington, DC
1 Atlanta, GA
1 Chicago, IL
1 Kansas City, MO
1 Denver, CO
1 Seattle, WA
N/A - Core Capability Staff Spread 310 9 Washington, DC
ED-wide Performing Many Different Activities 11 Boston, MA
Position Titles in this Series Include: 24 New York, NY
- Institutional Review Specialists 11 Philadelphia, PA
- Guarantor & Lender Review Specialists 77 Atlanta, GA
- Lender Review Specialists 68 Chicago, IL
- Institutional Improvement Specialists 18 Dallas, TX
- Loan Analysts 17 Kansas City, MO
9 Denver, CO
61 San Francisco, CA
5 Seattle, WA
F200 - Contracting (Operational) 42 42 Washington, DC
C401 - Financial Analysis 30 11 Washington, DC
1 Boston, MA
1 San Juan, PR
1 Philadelphia, PA
8 Atlanta, GA
3 Chicago, IL
1 Dallas, TX
4 Kansas City, MO
D300 - Statistical Analysis 10 10 Washington, DC
D300 - Statistical Analysis 56 55 Washington, DC
1 Atlanta, GA
U600 - Civilian Education and Training 8 8 Washington, DC
U999 - Other Training Functions 16 3 Washington, DC
1 Boston, MA
1 New York, NY
1 Philadelphia, PA
2 Atlanta, GA
1 Chicago, IL
1 Dallas, TX
1 Kansas City, MO
2 Denver, CO
1 San Francisco, CA
2 Seattle, WA
L100 - Application Services; L000A - 326 298 Washington, DC
Management (Grants Mngmt) 1 New York, NY
21 Atlanta, GA
2 Chicago, IL
1 Dallas, TX
1 Kansas City, MO
1 San Francisco, CA
1 Seattle, WA
R100 - Theoretical Research 48 47 Washington, DC
1 Atlanta, GA
D400 - Compliance Surveys 14 2 Boston, MA
4 New York, NY
1 Philadelphia, PA
1 Chicago, IL
1 Cleveland, OH
2 Kansas City, MO
1 Denver, CO
2 Seattle, WA
Y410 - Criminal Investigation 66 9 Washington, DC
4 Boston, MA
4 New York, NY
1 San Juan, PR
1 Philadelphia, PA
3 Pittsburgh, PA
7 Atlanta, GA
5 Plantation, FL
8 Chicago, IL
7 Dallas, TX
4 Kansas City, MO
5 Los Angeles, CA
3 Long Beach, CA
1 Phoenix, AZ
2 Sacramento, CA
2 Seattle, WA
Total: 3624
For Additional Information Contact:
Gary_Weaver@ed.gov
ED Contracts and Purchasing Operations
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