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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
Week End Date: September 10, 2010
TAFSAward TypeTotal ObligationsTotal Gross OutlaysDirect or Reimb-ursableOrdering TAFS
(19-0112 2009 \ 2010) Diplomatic and Consular Program, Recovery ActContracts and Orders (including modifications)24,188,8427,935,482Direct
(19-0112 2009 \ 2010) Diplomatic and Consular Program, Recovery ActOther509,559282,077Direct
(19-4519 \ X ) Working Capital FundOther309,626220,899Reimbursable(19-0112 2009 \ 2010) Diplomatic and Consular Program, Recovery Act
(19-0112 2009 \ 2010) Diplomatic and Consular Program, Recovery ActOther919,860323,223Reimbursable[15-9-0700] Justice
(19-1119 2009 \ 2010) Capital Investment Fund, Recovery ActContracts and Orders (including modifications)146,463,84187,015,375Direct
(19-1119 2009 \ 2010) Capital Investment Fund, Recovery ActOther78,78167,547Direct
(19-4519 \ X ) Working Capital FundOther4,327,7061,477,167Reimbursable(19-1119 2009 \ 2010) Capital Investment Fund, Recovery Act
(19-1079 2009 \ 2010) Construction, IBWC, Recovery ActContracts and Orders (including modifications)208,044,44960,378,554Direct
(19-1069 \ 2009) Salaries and Expenses, IBWCOther788,511786,887Direct
(19-4519 \ X ) Working Capital FundOther25,00016,173Reimbursable(19-0530 2009 \ 2010) Office of the Inspector General, Recovery Act
INTERAGENCY TRANSFERS TO DATE:
(19-0112 2009 \ 2010) Diplomatic and Consular Program, Recovery ActInteragency64,714,149898,331Direct
(19-1119 2009 \ 2010) Capital Investment Fund, Recovery ActInteragency100,339,00811,755,293Direct
OFFICE OF THE INSPECTOR GENERAL SPENDING:
(19-0530 2009 \ 2010) Office of the Inspector GeneralContracts and Orders1,617,371347,183Direct
(19-0530 2009 \ 2010) Office of the Inspector GeneralOther76,70910,025Direct
Total ObligationsTotal Gross Outlays**Remainder to be obligated
TOTALS:552,403,410171,352,97011,596,590.00
The majority of the remaining funds to be obligated are for projects for the International Boundary and Water Commission (IBWC). The procurement actions are in process and should be awarded within the next two weeks.
MAJOR COMPLETED ACTIONS (Short bulleted list of the major actions taken to date.)MAJOR PLANNED ACTIONS (Short bulleted list of the major planned actions)
Data Center: Completed 100% Design Review meeting with Enterprise Server Operations Center (ESOC) West stakeholders.Data Center: Continuing construction site preperation and excavation at Enterprise Server Operations Center (ESOC) West site.
International Boundary and Water Commission (IBWC): Issued award in the amount of $2,769,269.41 on 9/3/2010 for construction services of the Mission Crossing levee segment of the Lower Reach.Data Center: Continuing to receive and inventory Enterprise Server Operations Center (ESOC) West IT infrastructure hardware.
IBWC: Issued award in the amount of $13,744,567.95 on 9/3/2010 for construction services of the Mesilla II levee segment of the Upper Reach.IBWC: Award contracts for Mesilla II levee segment of the Upper Reach week of September 13.
IBWC: Bid opening for Sunland Park held this week. Award is scheduled week of September 13.
IBWC: Issued award in the amount of $508,953.32 on 9/1/2010 for construction management services of the Mission Levee Crossings (UIC) levee segment of the Lower Reach.
IBWC: Issued award in the amount of $465,381.08 on 8/31/2010 for construction management services of the Presidio I levee segment of the Upper Reach.
IBWC: Issued modification in the amount of $3,800,000.00 on 9/3/2010 for construction services of the Lateral A-Retamal Dam levee segment of the Lower Reach.
IBWC: Issued payment in the amount of $1,658,135.60 on 9/3/2010 for construction services of the Ft. Hancock/Fabens levee segments of the Lower Reach.
IBWC: Issued payment in the amount of $1,435,949.55 on 9/1/2010 for design services of the Canalization levee segment of the Upper Reach.