FAIR Act Report - HHS - Program Support Center

* Core and exempt 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* Exempt* Total Jobs Location State
Personnel Management
Management Support 32 32 HRS MD
Management Support 7 7 HRS DC
ADP Support 81 81 HRS MD
Administrative Support 11 11 HRS MD
Finance and Accounting
Management Support 7 7 FMS MD
Management Support 2 2 FMS DC
ADP Support 19 19 FMS MD
Financial Report Generation 24 24 FMS MD
Financial Report Generation 8 8 HRS MD
Cost Accounting 2 2 FMS MD
Payroll Processing 47 47 HRS MD
Health Services
Pharmacy Services 64 64 AOS MD
Other Health Svcs. 20 20 HRS MD
Installation Services
Building Services 35 35 AOS MD
Other Non-Manufacturing Operations
Management 7 7 AOS CA
Management 6 6 AOS CO
Management 5 5 AOS GA
Management 7 7 AOS IL
Management 6 6 AOS MA
Management 7 7 AOS MO
Management 6 6 AOS NY
Management 6 6 AOS PA
Management 5 5 AOS TX
Management 6 6 AOS WA
Management Support 4 4 AOS MD
Management Support 1 1 AOS DC
ADP Support 21 21 AOS MD
ADP Support 1 1 AOS DC
Printing & Reproduction 18 18 AOS MD
Printing & Reproduction 14 14 AOS DC
Visual Information 12 12 AOS MD
Administrative Support Svcs. 85 85 AOS MD
Administrative Support Svcs. 10 10 AOS DC
Administrative Support Svcs. 10 10 DC
Other Selected Functions
Management Support 11 11 OD MD
Public Works & Real Property Maintenance Prog. Supp. 5 5 AOS MD
Info. & Telecommunications Prog. Mgmt. 34 34 AOS MD
Info. & Telecommunications Prog. Mgmt. 9 9 AOS DC
Totals: 257 337 61 655
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