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OAK RIDGE NATIONAL LAB
PRINCETON PLASMA PHYSICS LAB
Y-12 PLANT
FERMI NATIONAL ACCELERATOR LAB
PRINCETON PLASMA PHYSICS LAB
Y-12 PLANT
Y-12 PLANT
BROOKHAVEN NATIONAL LAB
LAWRENCE LIVERMORE NATIONAL LAB
LAWRENCE BERKLEY LAB
BROOKHAVEN NATIONAL LAB
LAWRENCE BERKLEY LAB
PINELLAS PLANT
BROOKHAVEN NATIONAL LAB
Y-12 PLANT
BROOKHAVEN NATIONAL LAB
KANSAS CITY PLANT
ARGONNE NATIONAL LAB-EAST
Y-12 PLANT
BROOKHAVEN NATIONAL LAB
FERMI NATIONAL ACCELERATOR LAB
Y-12 PLANT
PADUCAH GASEOUS DIFFUSION PLANT
PRINCETON PLASMA PHYSICS LAB
Y-12 PLANT
Y-12 PLANT
PORTSMOUTH GASEOUS DIFFUSION PLANT
PRINCETON PLASMA PHYSICS LAB

REPLACE STEAM LINE INSULATION
C-SITE GAS CONVERSION
BRINE CENTRAL CHILLER SYSTM, UMS
REDUCE POWER CONSUMPTION OF LIGHTS
A-SITE GAS CONVERSION
EXTEND UTITLITY MONITORING SYSTM TO 9201-3
EXTEND UTILITY MONITORING SYSTM TO 9735-36,39,& 92
ELECTRIC DEMAND LIMITING
RETROFIT A/C SYSTM CONTROLS & ECON B-131
POLE CAPS FOR SWITCHNG MAGNETS-BEVATRON
IMPROVE EFF OF MAG-AMP UNITS PH-2
POLE CAPS QUADRAPOLE MAGNETS BEVATRON
BUILDING MONITORING SYSTEM EXPANSION
CONTROL MODS FOR COE VARIOUS BLDGS
OFF HRS SHUTDOWN/SETBACK 5 BLDGS
ELECTRICAL MODS FOR COE VARIOUS BLDGS
HEAT RECOVERY AT WEST BOILER HOUSE
MODIFY ZGS AREA COOLING WATER SYSTM
HVAC MODS, RM 247. BLDG 9201-5
INSULATION OF MASONRY WALLS PH-2
LOW POWER COIL FOR 40048 MAGNET
REDUCE FUME HOOD & RM EXHAUST, BLDG 9209
CORRIDOR LIGHTING
RETROFIT OF ELECTRIC MOTORS PHASE 2
EXTEND UMS TO 9204-2E
UTILITY MONITORING SYSTM ADD TO BLDGS 9202,9709,04
STM VALVE CONTROL X-100 ADMIN BLDG
VARIABLE FREQUENCY MOTOR DRIVES PH 2

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NOTE: THIS LIST IS TENTATIVE. IT IS CONTINUOUSLY UPDATED BY THE ADDITION OF NEW PROJECTS AS THEY ARE DEVELOPED
AND BY THE DELETION OR REVISION OF EXISTING PROJECTS AS THEIR ECONOMIC AND ENGINEERING ANALYSES ARE VALIDATED.

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Question: How much is requested for the program of conservation surveys? Please provide a list of planned surveys.

Answer: The FY 1985 request for In-house Energy Management includes $2 million for surveys and studies. The following is a current backlog of surveys and studies awaiting funding. We are currently updating this list and adding additional studies, and the final selection of individual studies for FY 1985 will be made in late Summer. We normally fund some small amount of centralized studies at Headquarters, such as the boiler operator training program, which also identi. fies central steam plant retrofits; the planned steam trap survey and repair program; and some small amount of conceptual design for line item projects selected for future years funding. This amount is shown at the bottom of the list for Headquarters use.

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$30,000
40,000
30,000

8,000

200,000
55,000

40,000

63,000
55,000

Ames Laboratory

Bldg Energy Survey, Applied Sciences Center Argonne National Lab

Gas Turbine/Cogen Study Argonne National Lab

Optimization of Cogen EBR II Argonne National Lab

Reduce Deep Well Pump Power Consumption Brookhaven National Lab

Energy Monitoring and Control Study Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory

Powerline Carrier Expansion Survey Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory

Tokamak Fusion Test Reactor

Lighting Survey
Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory

Energy Monitoring and Control Study
Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory

Tokamak Fusion Test Reactor Distribution Survey Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory

Laboratory Thermographic Survey Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory

C & D Site Central Chilled Water, PH.2 Study Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory

Heating Ceiling Plenum Supply Air Supply Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory

Survey "All Electric" Heating & Cooling Unit Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory

Phase 1-A Lab Admin Bldg Controls Survey Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory

Process De-ionized Chilled Water Survey
Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory

Laboratory Electric Motor Survey, PH.2
Pinellas Plant Emergency Generator Study
Mound Laboratory Cogeneration-Plant Utilities Study
Mound Laboratory

Evaluate Pressurized Condensate Return System vs.

Upgrading Existing System Mound Laboratory

Off Hours Generation of Cooling, w/Storage Study

66,000

50,000 45,000 45,000 35,000

60,000

60,000
50,000
75,000

125,000

30,000

48,000

80,000 30,000

30,000

135,000

50,000

140,000 75,000

45,000

Inhalation Toxicology Research Institute

Central Heating/Cooling Evaluation Rocky Flats Plant

Energy Audit Bldgs 881 & 883 Rocky Flats Plant

Trash Burning Steam Generator Study Rocky Flats Plant

Convert Stack Gas To Inert Purging Media Study Rocky Flats Plant Energy

Energy Audit, Bldgs 776, 777 & 778 Los Alamos National Laboratory

Power Plant Back-Pressure Turbine Study Los Alamos National Laboratory

Energy Conservation Study of Selected Bldgs Kansas City Plant

Temperature & Humidity Controlled Areas Runaround

Loop Study Kansas City Plant

Chilled Water Secondary Systems - Variable

Flow Study Kansas City Plant

Reduced Fan Speed Study Idaho National Laboratory

Central Area Cafeteria Heat Recovery Study Idaho National Laboratory

Energy Conservation Study of MHD Facilities Idaho National Laboratory

ATR Power Generation, Phase III Study Fernald Feed Materials Energy Monitoring

and Control & Production Center

Central Plant Study
Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Animal Exhaust Recirculation
Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Chilled Water & Brine Pumping Systems Study
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Survey LCW Systems
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Survey Nova Laser Facility Energy Use
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Energy Conservation Survey of 17 Bldgs

60,000

30,000

30,000 60,000

73,000 47,000 53,000 60,000 30,000 17,000

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Headquarters Central programs such as Steam trap program, and boiler operator training program, and conceptual design for future In-house Energy Management Construction Line Items.

350,000 Total backlog

$2,605,000 Technical Information Management Program

Question: Please provide a break down by object classification of the $15.4 million requested for the Technical Information Management Program:

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Question: Provide a list of activities or services which are contracted for outside the agency:

Answer:

Acquisition of technical information data base tapes

and information tapes Computerized cataloging and information systems devel

opment and operation Evaluation and processing request for information

products Stocking, maintaining files, controls and distributing

products of information
Operating of mail services, master files
Quality assurance services
Bibliographic assistance
Development and evaluation of information products

and services
Information retrieval services and systems development
Editing, writing and publication assistance
Printing and production of reports and microfiche
Equipment and facility maintenance
Security Services
Telecommunications and utilities
Studies, analyses, research and development of technical

information advanced technology, products and services Employee training and physical examinations

Question: Describe any analysis by the Department to assess the desirability of contracting out more of these activities.

Answer: The contracted activities listed in the previous question comprise approximately 60% of the TIMP funding. The remain ing funds will be used to support the Office of Scientific and Technical Information (OSTI) program management, policy development, oversight and appraisal staff, and management of .

classified and sensitive information. Since 1977, our analysis of technical information activities has resulted in the activities of over 100 DOE positions being contracted out.

DOE (OSTI) management has been systematically analyzing additional activities that can be contracted out, including the printing facility in 1985.

Consulting Services

Question: For the record, provide all amounts requested by DOE in FY 84 and FY 85 for consulting services, with the appropriations account and program, and a description of the need for consulting services.

Answer: Following is a schedule showing anticipated Department of Energy obligations for consulting and related services in FY 84 and FY 85. This schedule provides a breakdown by appropriation and major program. Amounts for other related services are included because these services, such as, advisory Committee expenses, special studies, and some contractor provided management services are similar to consulting services. The Department traditionally shows both consulting and the other services in request materials to Congress.

The Department of Energy's general need for consulting services is to provide the technical expertise and assistance necessary to satisfy the objectives of the diverse programs and to meet national energy related needs. The services are deemed most cost effective (1) because of a lack of specific expertise; (2) because corroboration of conclusions generated in-house are necessary and (3) because the use of consulting services are necessary to increase our ability to provide quick responses to high priority deadlines. Consultants are used to provide advice in designing and developing systems and systems engineering methods; conduct independent evaluations, reviews, and studies; provide unbiased judgements on and new insights to critical program issues; and advise on alterate methods and techniques of accomplishing objectives for such programs as waste management, alcohol and synthetic fuels, and energy related R&D.

The alternative to using consulting services is to expand available staffs to meet requirements. This is not practical because some of the necessary expertise needed to successfully satisfy program requirements is not currently available anywhere in government. Additionally, such expertise cannot be hired by the government because the Federal pay ceiling is not comparable to that of industry. Because the need for consulting services fluctuates, the use of full or part-time employees on a permanent basis is not a feasible alternative. A reduction in the use of consulting services would adversely impact the Department's ability to perform all mission responsibilities in a prompt and thorough manner considering the need to comply with ever changing Federal initiatives, regulations and Congressional mandates.

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