FAIR Act Report - Federal Maritime Commission

The Federal Maritime Commission has determined that all the jobs listed below are core to the agency and will not be contracted out.
Organization Unit Number
of Jobs
Office of the Commissioners 2
Office of the Secretary 7
Office of Informal Inquiries and Complaints and Informal Dockets 2
Office of the General Counsel 3
Library 1
Office of Administrative Law Judges 1
Office of the Managing Director 2
Office of Information Resources Management 6
Bureau of Administration 3
Office of Personnel 3
Office of Budget & Financial Management 4
Office of Administrative Services 2
Bureau of Economics & Agreement Analysis 2
Office of Agreements & Information Management 6
Office of Economics 8
Bureau of Tariffs, Certification & Licensing 2
Office of Tariffs 10
Office of Service Contracts & PVOs 8
Office of Freight Forwarders 5
Tariff Control Center 2
Bureau of Enforcement 8
Area Representatives (Seattle, Los Angeles, Miami, New York, New Orleans) 5
Total: 92
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