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Explanation of Changes

Capital Protects. -$15.550.000 Funds for nine projects in FY-1983 were budgeted for specific program phases, and will be completed with the requested FY-1983 funding. These projects and associated funds are as follows:

Moscow and Riyadh Proarans. -Si5.600.000. In 1983, $3,800,000 was provided to complete the Moscow complex and $51,800.000 was provided to construct
the Riyadh complex main site. The full amount for Moscow will be non-recurred in 1984, but only $11,800,000 wil1 be non-recurred for Riyadh,
Teaving $40,000,000 to construct the staff housing phase of that project.
Proceeds of Sale -$500.000. In 1984, anticipated proceeds of sale are reduced.

Preventive Maintenance Functional Program. 1.000.000. Preventive maintenance programs will be substantially completed at larger posts in FY-1984 with a reduced level of funding, since the preventive maintenance package will be redesigned and simplified for installation at smaller posts in FY-1985.

Acquisition, Operation, and Maintenance of buildings Abroad

DECREASES

Tokyo SDA
Port Moresby SOA
Kuala Lumpur MSG
Quito MSG
Bonn SDA
Warsaw WHE
Gaborone OBC
Accra OBC
Budapest SDA

-$2,000,000
-1,500,000

-500,000

- 150,000
-7,550,000

- 250,000
-500,000

- 100,000
-3,000,000

INCREASES

wage increases:

within-arade salary increases $52.000. This increase will provide American employees periodic within-grade salary increases. The estimate for within-grade increases is calculated on the basis of current experience and takes into consideration savings from turnover and grade to grade promotions.

Price increases:

Overseas price increases $7.207.000. Based upon accelerated submission of posts' report on foreign buildings, firm estimates have been developed for facility operations resource requirements. In an effort to protect the immense investment in the Department's overseas physical plants, current levels of facility support must be maintained. These increases have been identified by posts as price increases which are anticipated for their local economies. These increases are distributed as follows: maintenance and repairs $1,660,000 (7.3%); replacement of furniture and furnishings, $457,000 (5.4%), and building operating expenses, $5,590,000 (8.6%).

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Air fares continue to climb; it is estimated that these will increase approximately 12% in FY-1984.

Leasehold renewal. $583.000, More long-term leases expired and became renewable in FY-1984 than in FY-1983. Additionally, rental payments have increased substantially (22%) and continued cost escalation is anticipated in future fiscal years.

Merhases $1.187.000. A new long-term lease was acquired in Abu Dhabt during FY-1983. Operating procedures require that initial costs for 1ong-term lease acquisitions be charged to the capital program and in subsequent years to operations. Thus $987,000 for the Abu Dhabt Tease is the Initial charge to the operating account. Similarly, several small short-term leases have also been converted to long-term status and total $200,000. Stationary supplies and all other cost Increases. $128.000. Increased requirements for supplies and materials for Wang ADP equipment, $45,000 and administration, $20,000. Anticipated inflationary increases for telephone, printing and reproduction and miscellaneous rentals total $63,000.

Other services. $40.000. Increased requirement for a software maintenance contract for the Wang computer system.

Protect supervision.$52.000. Twelve capital projects will be undertaken in 1984, as opposed to 9 in 1983. It is critical that a project supervisor be assigned to each major project under construction, since contract standards and structural requirements are far less stringent in foreign countries than in the United States. Thus, on-site supervision insures the best possible performance and of quality control by foreign contractors.

Initial furniture and furnishinas. $5.800.000. This substantial increase is due to the large number of facilities coming into the State Department
inventory in 1984 and therefore requiring this support to be fully operational.

Public Access Control (PAC). $2.200.000 These funds are for technical support personnel supervising the design and construction of PAC projects which were funded by the 1982 supplemental and are scheduled to be completed in FY-1984.

Air Fares. $75.000.

other tocreases:

Program changes:

Real Estate Management System (REMS). 1 position (American) and $1.523.000. This position and funds will be used to develop and implement a critically needed program which will support the Financial Management System (FMS). Further, the ADP analyst will support this effort and provide the management of FBO's multiple automated data base. This system will support several real estate management initiatives including:

A complete inventory and evaluation of all FBO properties.
Determine appropriate acquisition and disposal of current holdings.
Define uniform levels of building maintenance and operations.

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Positions
Administration - New position (ADP analyst) 1
Real Estate Management System

Bureau Managed

23,000
1.500.000
1.523,000

23,000
1.500.000
1,523,000

Capital Renewal $2.262.000. Based upon submission of posts' report on foreign buildings, firm estimates have been developed for facility
operations resource requirements. In an effort to protect the immense investment in the Department's overseas physical plant, a multi-year Capital
Renewal program is requested. Increased post operating funds for this program are listed below:

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Eunctional Programs. $3.675.000 The capital program seeks funding increases for functional programs totaling $3,675,000. A $1.5 million increase
is requested for fire/safety retrofits due to recent fire losses and the subsequent concern and awareness regarding similar potential losses. A new
program to renovate post communications centers (PCCs) is requested and will provide a secure environment for these critical nerve centers.
Additionally, funds are also requested to rehabilitate or replace generators at posts where local power sources are unreliable to sustain mission
operations.

3,675,000
Capital Protects. $12.840.000. The FBO capital program provides and maintains fac1lities essential to accomplishing foreign policy objectives and
operational requirements. The FY-1984 budget supports these goals in three categories of effort. Two Marine Security Guard residences projects are
proposed for posts where existing residences are substandard or expensive. Four compounds are proposed to consolidate U.S. Govermnent operations
for security and efficiency. Six office building projects are proposed to rehabilitate, develop or construct work places which are secure, safe,
operationally efficient and cost effective. These projects are as follows:

Acquisition, Operation, and Maintenance of Buildings Abroad

Itemor_Expense

Item or Expense

Minor improvements.
Maintenance and repair
(Financed through proceeds of sale).

Total (appropriated)

Eunctional Programs

Fire/Safety Retrofit.

$1,500,000 Communications Renovations .... 2,000,000 Generators.

125.000 Total

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Acquisition, Operation, and Maintenance of Buildings Abroad

wately 12% in FY-1984.

INCREASES

Additionally, rental payments have

Capital Protests
Lisbon, MSG
Dacca, OBC.
Dacca, MSG
Caracas, OBC
Georgetown, OBC
Mogadishu, CMP
Sofia, CMP
Madrid, OBC
Damascus, CMP
Naples, OBC..
Tegucigalpa, OBX.
Kingston, OBC.

Total..

$ 2,400,000
1,000,000

90,000
1,200,000

700,000

550,000
1,200,000
1,750,000

500,000

100,000
1,250,000
1.100.000
11,840,000

s total $63,000.

Operations Support 5863.000 .

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for initial furnishings and $663,000 in order to provide quality control through American project supervision.

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There will also be additional costs associated with these new 1904 projects. Uns e 1200

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Acquisition, Operation, and

Maintenance of Buildings Abroad

1982

Actual

Perm.

Pos. Funds

Real estate

Acquistion, development

and construction

Africa.....

American republics.

East Asia and Pacific.

Europe..

Near East and South Asia.

Moscow complex.

Riyadh complex.

Security enhancement.

Liiiiiii

$18,140

SUBTOTAL, Acquistion, developme

and construction.

79,892

2,497

3,817

59,400

19,526

Operations

Minor improvements.

Leasehold payments.

Operation of buildings.

Maintenance/repair of

buildings......

Furniture, furnishings

and equipment

Newly acquired/

constructed projects

Additional replacements

and repairs.

5,187

5,514

SUBTOTAL, Furniture, furnishi

and equipment.......

10,701

Project Supervision.

Administration.....

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