FAIR Act Report - Health Care Financing Administration

* Core jobs are jobs that the agency is not planning on contracting out. Competitive jobs are jobs that could be contracted out.

Category Activity Core* Competitive* Total Jobs Location State
Personnel Management
Classification 8 8 Baltimore MD
Employee Development 54 54 Baltimore MD
Staffing 58 58 Baltimore MD
Employee Relations 15 15 Baltimore MD
Labor Relations 6 6 Baltimore MD
Finance and Accounting
Voucher Examining 6 6 Baltimore MD
Accounting Technicians 6 6 Baltimore MD
Travel Processing 8 8 Baltimore MD
Account Receivable 5 5 Baltimore MD
General Accounting 15 15 Baltimore MD
Financial Report Generation 13 13 Baltimore MD
Payroll Processing 3 3 Baltimore MD
Budget 39 39 Baltimore MD
Cash and Debt Management 14 14 Baltimore MD
Regulatory Management
Regulatory Activities 131 131 Boston MA
Regulatory Activities 127 127 New York NY
Regulatory Activities 132 132 Philadelphia PA
Regulatory Activities 150 150 Atlanta GA
Regulatory Activities 144 144 Dallas TX
Regulatory Activities 201 201 Chicago IL
Regulatory Activities 118 118 Kansas City MO
Regulatory Activities 111 111 Seattle WA
Regulatory Activities 90 90 Denver CO
Regulatory Activities 149 149 San Francisco CA
Regulatory Activities 9 9 Washington DC
Regulatory Activities 1181 95 1276 Baltimore MD
Installation Services
Building Services 40 40 Baltimore MD
Other Non-Manufacturing Operations
Printing and Reproduction 16 16 Baltimore MD
Visual Information 9 9 Baltimore MD
Telecommunications 24 24 Baltimore MD
Actuarial Services 61 61 Baltimore MD
Automatic Data Processing
Management Support 26 26 Baltimore MD
Data Center Operations 44 44 Baltimore MD
Data Processing Services 169 169 Baltimore MD
Systems Design, Dev,. and Prog. 143 143 Baltimore MD
Other Selected Functions
Legal Services 9 9 Baltimore MD
Totals: 3123 306 3429
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