FAIR Act Report - Environmental Protection Agency

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Field Office Commercial Exempt Commercial Competitive Commercial In-House Core Total Jobs
AB - The Secretary of Energy Advisory Board 0 0 5 5
Albuquerque - Albuquerque Field Office 268 8 742 1018
BPA - Bonneville Power Administration 0 211.7 2055.6 2267.3
Chi - Chicago Field Office 79 0 219.75 298.75
CI - Congressional & Intergovernmental Affairs 0 0 39 39
CR - Chief Financial Officer 0 52 142 194
DP - Defense Programs 83 27 148 258
ED - Economic Impact and Diversity 6 8 21 35
EE - Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy 0 82 373 455
EH - Environment, Safety and Health 128 0 186 314
EI - Energy Information Administration 0 0 295 295
EM - Environmental Management 26.6 0 388.1 414.7
FE - Fossil Energy 71 0 147 218
FETC - Federal Energy Technology Center 0 10 314 324
FI - Field Integration 0 0 40 40
GC - General Counsel 0 46 19 65
Golden - Golden Field Office 0 0 32 32
HG - Hearings and Appeals 0 0 36.5 36.5
IA - International Affairs 0 0 58 58
ID - Idaho Field Office 1 0 279 280
IG - Inspector General 0 7 245 252
MA - Management & Administration 2 16 499 517
MD - Fissile Materials Disposition 0 0 24 24
NE - Nuclear Energy, Science and Technology 0 4 84 88
NE-60 - NE Office of Naval Reactors 0 0 13 13
NN - Nonproliferation and National Security 217 0 62 279
NPR-CA - Naval Petroleum Reserves, CA 0 0 5 5
NPR-CO/WY - Naval Petroleum Reserves, CO, WY 0 0 5 5
NPTO - National Petroleum Technology Office 0 1 22 23
NV - Nevada Field Office 53 0 218 271
Oak - Oakland Field Office 14 9 182 205
Ohio - Ohio Field Office 11 1 138 150
OR - Oak Ridge Field Office 34 55 438 527
PA - Public Affairs 0 0 31 31
PC - Contract Reform & Privitization 0 0 7 7
PNR - Pittsburgh Naval Reactors 0 0 45 45
PO - Policy 0 0 40 40
RF - Rocky Flats Field Office 15 0 173 188
RL - Richland Field Office 0 0 519 519
RW - Civilian Radioactive Waste Management 0 0 149 149
S - Office of the Secretary 0 0 34 34
SC - Science 5 31.67 186.4 223.07
SEPA - Southeastern Power Administration 11 1 24 36
SNR - Schnectady Naval Reactors 0 0 41 41
SPRO - Strategic Petroleum Reserves Project Office 1 0 83 84
SR - Savannah River Field Office 0 12 230 242
SWAPA - Southwestern Area Power Administration 61 0 53 114
WAPA - Western Area Power Administration 473.5 36.3 473 982.8
WT - Worker and Community Transition 0 0 23 23
TOTAL FTEs 1560.1 618.67 9586.351 11765.12

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