Report

OFFICE OF THE UNDER SECRETARY FOR MANAGEMENT
Office of Management Policy, Rightsizing and Innovation

Financial and activity report submitted to the Office of Management and Budget under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act
April 27, 2009

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FINANCIAL AND ACTIVITY REPORT
Week End Date: April 17, 2009



AGENCY/BUREAU
TAFS
Sub-Account Code (OPTIONAL)
Total Obligations
Total Gross Outlays
(014-05) Department of State: Administration of Foreign Affairs
(19-0112 2009 \ 2010) Diplomatic and Consular Program - Recovery Act

2,054,974
0
(014-05) Department of State: Administration of Foreign Affairs
(19-1119 2009 \ 2010) Capital Investment Fund - Recovery Act

0
0
(014-05) Department of State: Administration of Foreign Affairs
(19-0530 2009 \ 2010) Office of the Inspector General - Recovery Act

0
0
(014-15) Department of State: International Commissions
(19-1079 2009 \ 2010) Construction, IBWC - Recovery Act

5,385,145
0
MAJOR COMPLETED ACTIONS (Short bulleted list of the major actions taken to date.)
MAJOR PLANNED ACTIONS (Short bulleted list of the major planned actions)
International Water and Boundary Commission (IBWC): Committed $1,950,000 for aerial survey (lidar) of Canalization and Rectification segments in the Upper Reach
IBWC: Issue Task Order for Bid-Phase Services/Construction Management for Banker Weir - North Floodway segment in the Lower Reach
IBWC: Awarded Purchase Request for design of Lateral A to Donna Pump/Retamal Dam segment in the Lower Reach in the amount of $352,276
IBWC: Enter synopses in FedBizOpps for seven anticipated construction contracts
IBWC: Made final award of Purchase Request for geo-technical investigations of the Rectification segment in the Lower Reach in the amount of $612,066
Data Center: Meet with DOD officials to discuss situation with BRAC and finally establish if there are possible existing sites.
Data Center: Met with GSA to develop MOA for engaging GSA services for the acquisition of land and design to build ESOC West Facility. A plan was developed which will be expressed in an MOU whereby GSA will delegate ownership to DOS.

Data Center: Initiated fee negotiations with an A&E firm to serve as the Government Representative in future Data Center design and acquisition activities. These services will be acquired via an existing Department IDIQ contract.

Hard Skills Training Center (HSTC): Met with GSA General Counsel and reached agreement on ownership of of HSTC and conveyance of unfettered use of the facility to DOS. DOS are GSA are drafting a MOA.

National Foreign Affairs Training Center: Issued the first award ($54,974.17) of eight options for the follow on build-out computer infrastructure drops as part of the fit-out phase of the School of Language Studies' classrooms.