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The statute guarantees the right of E:\FR\FM\28FEN1.SGM 28FEN1 mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with NOTICES Federal Register / Vol. 78, No. 40 / Thursday, February 28, 2013 / Notices employees to organize and bargain collectively with their employers or to refrain from all such activity. Generally applying to all employers involved in interstate commerce other than airlines, railroads, agriculture, and government, the Act implements the national labor policy of assuring free choice and encouraging collective bargaining as a means of maintaining industrial peace. Through the years, Congress has amended the Act and the Board and courts have developed a body of law drawn from the statute. The NLRB consists of 51 regional, sub-regional, and resident offices, and a headquarters office. Scope: Pursuant to the December 19, 2011 Memorandum from the Office of Federal Procurement Policy (OFPP), Federal agencies are requested to conduct an analysis of special interest functions within the FY 2011 Service Contract Inventories submitted to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) in accordance with Section 743 of Division C of the FY 2011 Consolidated Appropriations Act, Public Law 111–117. The NLRB hereby submits its analysis and findings. Methodology: The NLRB performed an analysis of the special interest functions by pulling information on all FY 2011 service contracts over $25,000 from FPDS–NG with the special interest Product Service Codes (PSC) selected from the Service Contract Summary. We decided on a sample of three (3) contracts that are representative of the NLRB service contract inventory which we believe provides an illustrative representation of the overall inventory of special interest contracts. This sample provides information about one (1) service contract from each of the two (2) PSC categories that make up the FY2011 NLRB inventory. The contracts were analyzed by NLRB Contracting Officers by gathering information in cooperation with Contracting Officers Representative (COR) and Program Managers to determine whether the contract labor is used appropriately and efficiently and if the mix of Federal employees and contractors in the agency is effectively balanced. The analysis specifically addresses the desired outcomes in Section 743(e) of Division C of the FY 2011 Consolidated Appropriations Act, Public Law 111– 117 to ensure that: (A) Each contract in the inventory that is a personal services contract has been entered into, and is being performed, in accordance with applicable laws and regulations; (B) The agency is giving special management attention to functions that VerDate Mar<15>2010 19:12 Feb 27, 2013 Jkt 229001 are closely associated with inherently governmental functions; (C) The agency is not using contractor employees to perform inherently governmental functions; (D) The agency has specific safeguards and monitoring systems in place to ensure that work being performed by contractors has not changed or expanded during performance to become an inherently governmental function; (E) The agency is not using contractor employees to perform critical functions in such a way that could affect the ability of the agency to maintain control of its mission and operations; and (F) There are sufficient internal agency resources to manage and oversee contracts effectively. Observations and Findings: The NLRB inventory consists of service contracts from three (3) PSC Category codes. The codes are: • R407 OCIO Advisory Services; • R408 Enterprise IT Helpdesk Support Services; and • R704 Agency Audit Services. R407—The contract representing R407, obligated in the amount of $47,320, is for Office of Computer Information Officer (OCIO) Advisory Services, and is the only contract listed under the R407 PSC code. Discussions with the OCIO reveal that the contract continues to be well-managed by the contractor and meets the scope and intent of the requirement to provide advisement information to the OCIO, and adheres to all applicable laws and regulations. The contract is not a personal services contract. The agency is not using contractor employees to perform inherently governmental functions. The advisement information provided by the contractor is typically beyond the intrinsic duties and knowledge of the government and the OCIO continues to provide management attention to ensure any functions that could be closely associated with inherently governmental functions do not surface. The COR is the Chief Information Officer who ensures that the contract does not change or expand services to become inherently governmental, the OCIO is monitoring the work and systems in place. The contractor did not perform critical functions that would affect the ability of the agency to maintain control of its mission and operations and is never on site. The contractor advises the OCIO, on trends in the government and industry and control is maintained by the government by managing it closely and effectively at all times. R408—The contract selected to represent PSC code R408 is the second PO 00000 Frm 00094 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 13711 largest contract in the largest PSC group of special interest service contracts obligated in the amount of $1,588,851. This contract provides Enterprise IT Helpdesk Support Services for the NLRB. The services provided under this contract are not inherently governmental and although the performance of the contract is important, contractors were not being used to perform critical functions in such a way that could affect the ability of the agency to maintain control of its mission and operations. The NLRB has given special management attention to performance of this contract, but no functions are thought to be closely associated with being inherently governmental, nor has changed or expanded, during performance, to become inherently governmental. The contract is monitored closely by a COR, the Supervisory Information Technology Specialist who understands the contract requirement and manages it to remain within the scope of the requirement. In addition, there are several OCIO (government) employees working closely with this contract, so there are sufficient internal resources to administer and oversee the contract effectively. The contractor has performed well and adhered to all laws and regulations. R704—The contract selected to represent PSC code R704 is for Audit Services from Carmichael, Brasher, Tuvell, and Company. This contract with a base year and four (4) one-year options totals $942,148. This contract was chosen as representative because it is also the only contract in this PSC category. This was a non-personal services contract that provided the NLRB with an independent financial audit. The contractor has performed well, and has adhered to laws and regulations, so there are no concerns about poor performance. The contract is not a personal services contract, nor was it ever inherently governmental, and has been monitored to ensure that no employees of the contractor were performing inherently governmental tasks or responsibilities. The agency is not using contractor employees to perform critical functions in such a way that could affect the ability of the agency to maintain control of its mission and operations. The contract is monitored closely by a COR and other program staff, so there are sufficient internal resources dedicated to oversee the contract effectively. SUMMARY: It has been determined that none of the service contractors within the special interest contracts have been considered to have performed poorly. E:\FR\FM\28FEN1.SGM 28FEN1 13712 Federal Register / Vol. 78, No. 40 / Thursday, February 28, 2013 / Notices The costs of the contracts analyzed were not excessively priced and did not present excessive risks to the government. The NLRB takes pride in monitoring service contracts closely with full cooperation from Contracting Officers, CORs, and Program Staff and Managers. Based on this analysis, we believe we have a balanced mix of contractors to employees and have the resources necessary to continue monitoring contracts effectively and efficiently to reduce risks of personal or inherently governmental contracts. The NLRB is committed to identifying and addressing any new risks related to service contracts, and will meet the challenges with swift and evasive action. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Questions regarding the analysis of the FY 2011 service contract inventories should be directed to Doug Wolf in the Acquisitions Management Branch at 202–273–4218 or doug.wolf@nlrb.gov. Dated: February 22, 2013. By Direction of the Board. William B. Cowen, Solicitor. 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NATIONAL LABOR RELATIONS BOARD


Analysis of FY 2011 Service Contract Inventories

AGENCY: National Labor Relations Board.

ACTION: Notice of analysis of FY 2011 Service Contract Inventories.

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    Background: The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) is an 
independent Federal Agency created by Congress in 1935 to administer 
the National Labor Relations Act, the primary law governing relations 
between and among unions, employees, and employers in the private 
sector. The statute guarantees the right of

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employees to organize and bargain collectively with their employers or 
to refrain from all such activity. Generally applying to all employers 
involved in interstate commerce other than airlines, railroads, 
agriculture, and government, the Act implements the national labor 
policy of assuring free choice and encouraging collective bargaining as 
a means of maintaining industrial peace. Through the years, Congress 
has amended the Act and the Board and courts have developed a body of 
law drawn from the statute. The NLRB consists of 51 regional, sub-
regional, and resident offices, and a headquarters office.
    Scope: Pursuant to the December 19, 2011 Memorandum from the Office 
of Federal Procurement Policy (OFPP), Federal agencies are requested to 
conduct an analysis of special interest functions within the FY 2011 
Service Contract Inventories submitted to the Office of Management and 
Budget (OMB) in accordance with Section 743 of Division C of the FY 
2011 Consolidated Appropriations Act, Public Law 111-117. The NLRB 
hereby submits its analysis and findings.
    Methodology: The NLRB performed an analysis of the special interest 
functions by pulling information on all FY 2011 service contracts over 
$25,000 from FPDS-NG with the special interest Product Service Codes 
(PSC) selected from the Service Contract Summary. We decided on a 
sample of three (3) contracts that are representative of the NLRB 
service contract inventory which we believe provides an illustrative 
representation of the overall inventory of special interest contracts. 
This sample provides information about one (1) service contract from 
each of the two (2) PSC categories that make up the FY2011 NLRB 
inventory. The contracts were analyzed by NLRB Contracting Officers by 
gathering information in cooperation with Contracting Officers 
Representative (COR) and Program Managers to determine whether the 
contract labor is used appropriately and efficiently and if the mix of 
Federal employees and contractors in the agency is effectively 
balanced. The analysis specifically addresses the desired outcomes in 
Section 743(e) of Division C of the FY 2011 Consolidated Appropriations 
Act, Public Law 111-117 to ensure that:
    (A) Each contract in the inventory that is a personal services 
contract has been entered into, and is being performed, in accordance 
with applicable laws and regulations;
    (B) The agency is giving special management attention to functions 
that are closely associated with inherently governmental functions;
    (C) The agency is not using contractor employees to perform 
inherently governmental functions;
    (D) The agency has specific safeguards and monitoring systems in 
place to ensure that work being performed by contractors has not 
changed or expanded during performance to become an inherently 
governmental function;
    (E) The agency is not using contractor employees to perform 
critical functions in such a way that could affect the ability of the 
agency to maintain control of its mission and operations; and
    (F) There are sufficient internal agency resources to manage and 
oversee contracts effectively.
    Observations and Findings: The NLRB inventory consists of service 
contracts from three (3) PSC Category codes. The codes are:
     R407 OCIO Advisory Services;
     R408 Enterprise IT Helpdesk Support Services; and
     R704 Agency Audit Services.
    R407--The contract representing R407, obligated in the amount of 
$47,320, is for Office of Computer Information Officer (OCIO) Advisory 
Services, and is the only contract listed under the R407 PSC code. 
Discussions with the OCIO reveal that the contract continues to be 
well-managed by the contractor and meets the scope and intent of the 
requirement to provide advisement information to the OCIO, and adheres 
to all applicable laws and regulations. The contract is not a personal 
services contract. The agency is not using contractor employees to 
perform inherently governmental functions. The advisement information 
provided by the contractor is typically beyond the intrinsic duties and 
knowledge of the government and the OCIO continues to provide 
management attention to ensure any functions that could be closely 
associated with inherently governmental functions do not surface. The 
COR is the Chief Information Officer who ensures that the contract does 
not change or expand services to become inherently governmental, the 
OCIO is monitoring the work and systems in place. The contractor did 
not perform critical functions that would affect the ability of the 
agency to maintain control of its mission and operations and is never 
on site. The contractor advises the OCIO, on trends in the government 
and industry and control is maintained by the government by managing it 
closely and effectively at all times.
    R408--The contract selected to represent PSC code R408 is the 
second largest contract in the largest PSC group of special interest 
service contracts obligated in the amount of $1,588,851. This contract 
provides Enterprise IT Helpdesk Support Services for the NLRB. The 
services provided under this contract are not inherently governmental 
and although the performance of the contract is important, contractors 
were not being used to perform critical functions in such a way that 
could affect the ability of the agency to maintain control of its 
mission and operations. The NLRB has given special management attention 
to performance of this contract, but no functions are thought to be 
closely associated with being inherently governmental, nor has changed 
or expanded, during performance, to become inherently governmental. The 
contract is monitored closely by a COR, the Supervisory Information 
Technology Specialist who understands the contract requirement and 
manages it to remain within the scope of the requirement. In addition, 
there are several OCIO (government) employees working closely with this 
contract, so there are sufficient internal resources to administer and 
oversee the contract effectively. The contractor has performed well and 
adhered to all laws and regulations.
    R704--The contract selected to represent PSC code R704 is for Audit 
Services from Carmichael, Brasher, Tuvell, and Company. This contract 
with a base year and four (4) one-year options totals $942,148. This 
contract was chosen as representative because it is also the only 
contract in this PSC category. This was a non-personal services 
contract that provided the NLRB with an independent financial audit. 
The contractor has performed well, and has adhered to laws and 
regulations, so there are no concerns about poor performance. The 
contract is not a personal services contract, nor was it ever 
inherently governmental, and has been monitored to ensure that no 
employees of the contractor were performing inherently governmental 
tasks or responsibilities. The agency is not using contractor employees 
to perform critical functions in such a way that could affect the 
ability of the agency to maintain control of its mission and 
operations. The contract is monitored closely by a COR and other 
program staff, so there are sufficient internal resources dedicated to 
oversee the contract effectively.

SUMMARY: It has been determined that none of the service contractors 
within the special interest contracts have been considered to have 
performed poorly.

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The costs of the contracts analyzed were not excessively priced and did 
not present excessive risks to the government. The NLRB takes pride in 
monitoring service contracts closely with full cooperation from 
Contracting Officers, CORs, and Program Staff and Managers. Based on 
this analysis, we believe we have a balanced mix of contractors to 
employees and have the resources necessary to continue monitoring 
contracts effectively and efficiently to reduce risks of personal or 
inherently governmental contracts. The NLRB is committed to identifying 
and addressing any new risks related to service contracts, and will 
meet the challenges with swift and evasive action.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Questions regarding the analysis of 
the FY 2011 service contract inventories should be directed to Doug 
Wolf in the Acquisitions Management Branch at 202-273-4218 or 
doug.wolf@nlrb.gov.

    Dated: February 22, 2013.

    By Direction of the Board.
William B. Cowen,
Solicitor.
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