FAIR Act Report - National Institutes of Health

* 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
Administrative Support 3 3 Bethesda MD
Employee Development 1 1 Bethesda MD
Employee Relations 2 2 Bethesda MD
Personnel Mgmt. Specialist 9 9 Bethesda MD
Finance and Accounting
Administrative Support 1 1 Bethesda MD
General Accounting 1 1 Bethesda MD
Bdgt. Formulation, Anal. & Supp. 4 4 Bethesda MD
Contracting (Operational) 3 3 Bethesda MD
Intermediate, Direct or General Repair and Maintenance of Equipment
Special Equipment 3 9 12 Bethesda MD
Test, Measurement and Diag. Equip. 6 6 Bethesda MD
Maintenance of Other Equip. 1 1 RTP NC
Maintenance of Other Equip. 5 19 24 Bethesda MD
Grants Management
Management 1 1 Bethesda MD
Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation (RDT&E) Support
Management Support 98 98 Bethesda MD
Management Support 1 1 Poolesville MD
ADP Support 6 6 Bethesda MD
Administrative Support 189 3 2 194 Bethesda MD
Biomedical Research 96 96 Bethesda MD
Biomedical Research 11 11 Poolesville MD
Animal Research 5 5 Bethesda
Animal Research 5 5 Poolesville
Installation Services
Laundry and Dry Cleaning 1 1 Bethesda MD
Food Services 60 60 Bethesda MD
Fire Prevention and Protection 18 18 Bethesda MD
Electrical Plants and Sys. Operations and Maint. 3 3 RTP NC
Electrical Plants and Sys. Operations and Maint. 19 29 5 53 Bethesda MD
Heating Plants and Sys. Operations and Maint. 23 23 Bethesda MD
Water Plants and Sys. Operation and Maint. 5 5 RTP NC
Water Plants and Sys. Operation and Maint. 7 14 3 24 Bethesda MD
Other Utilities Operation and Maint. 17 15 32 Bethesda MD
Supply Operations 4 4 RTP NC
Supply Operations 40 40 Bethesda MD
Building Services 5 5 Bethesda MD
Engineering Services 15 15 RTP NC
Engineering Services 60 29 89 Bethesda MD
Transportation Mgmt. Services 3 3 RTP NC
Transportation Mgmt. Services 31 20 8 59 Bethesda MD
Other Installation Services 19 19 RTP NC
Other Installation Services 295 48 38 381 Bethesda MD
Other Non-Manufacturing Operations
Storage and Warehousing 1 1 RTP NC
Storage and Warehousing 21 7 28 Bethesda MD
Cataloging 1 1 Bethesda MD
Printing and Reproduction 2 15 17
Visual Information 21 21 42
Other Non-Manufacturing Oper. 6 6 RTP NC
Other Non-Manufacturing Oper. 27 6 1 34 Bethesda MD
Automatic Data Processing
Maintenance of ADP Equip. 22 22 Bethesda MD
Sys. Design, Dev. and Prog. Svcs. 9 9 RTP NC
Sys. Design, Dev. and Prog. Svcs. 574 574 Bethesda MD
Maintenance, Repair, Alteration, and Minor Construction of Real Property
Maintenance and Repair of Grounds and Surfaced Areas 3 3 Bethesda MD
Totals: 1750 245 60 2055
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