Strategic Goal 12: Management and Organizational Excellence - Performance Results for Performance Goal 4

FY 2003 Performance and Accountability Report
Bureau of Resource Management
December 2003
Report

PERFORMANCE GOAL 4

Secure, safe, and functional facilities serving domestic and overseas staff

 

I/P #12: CAPITAL SECURITY CONSTRUCTION

Award capital security construction projects as scheduled in the Long-Range Overseas Buildings Plan (LROBP).

OUTPUT INDICATOR

Indicator #1: Number of New Sites Acquired for Capital Security Construction Projects

FY Results History 2000 N/A
2001 6
2002 10
FY 2003
Data
2003 Results 5
Target 4
Rating Above Target
Impact Sufficient new secure sites have been obtained by the Department on which to construct secure, safe, and functional capital security construction projects in accordance with the schedule set by the Long-Range Overseas Buildings Plan (LROBP).

OUTPUT INDICATOR

Indicator #2: Number of Capital Projects Awarded In Accordance With LROBP

FY Results History 2000 N/A
2001 N/A
2002 13
FY 2003
Data
2003 Results 9
Target 7
Rating Above Target
Impact The capital security construction projects awarded in FY 2003 will produce new embassy and consulate compounds that provide secure, safe, and functional facilities to enable overseas employees to carry out the vital interests of the United States.

 

I/P #13: FOGGY BOTTOM RENOVATION/CONSOLIDATION

Consolidate essential staff in Foggy Bottom.

OUTPUT INDICATOR

Indicator #3: Renovation of the Harry S Truman Building (HST)

FY Results History 2000 Phase 1A on schedule.
2001 Phase 1A of Old State demolition begun.
2002
  • Phase 1A of Old State demolition completed.
  • Infrastructure construction started.
FY 2003
Data
2003 Results

Old State Renovations - Key Achievements

  • Old State 8th floor vacated and demolition 100% complete.
  • Infra-structure construction 95% complete.
  • Space planning complete; office and special space design complete.
  • Interiors construction contract bids received.
  • Blast-resistant windows replacement started.
  • Perimeter Security Improvements Concept Design approved by the Secretary.
  • Network Control Center construction complete.
  • U.S. Diplomacy Center pre-concept design 50% complete.
  • Phase 2 New State Cafeteria dining area upgrades complete, with North server upgrades 90% complete.
  • 6th floor corridor improvements 75% complete.
  • Delegates Lounge upgrades complete.
  • Jefferson Information Center concept design complete.
Target Begin Phase 1A of Old State renovations.
Rating On Target
Impact These renovations provide secure, safe, and functional facilities for the Department's employees.

OUTPUT INDICATOR

Indicator #4: Foreign Affairs Consolidation

FY Results History 2000 N/A
2001
  • Initial ACDA and USIA office moves to Foggy Bottom completed.
  • General requirements provided to architect for American Pharmaceutical Association (APhA) building addition.
2002
  • 100% of Foggy Bottom office renovations completed.
  • Concept approval from Commission on Fine Arts presented to Historic Preservation Review Board, Advistory Neighborhood Council, and Zoning Commission.
  • Consolidation 85 percent complete.
FY 2003
Data
2003 Results
  • Owner/developer secured approval of most of the reviewing agencies for APhA building addition.
Target Owner/developer secured approval of reviewing agencies for APhA building addition.
Rating On Target
Impact The prospectus gives the Department of State the authority to proceed with the consolidation.

 

I/P #14: NEW OFFICE BUILDING FOR U.S. MISSION TO UNITED NATIONS

A new office building for the U.S. Mission to the United Nations will provide secure, safe, and functional workspace for the USUN staff as well as other Department of State activities located in New York City.

OUTPUT INDICATOR

Indicator #5: USUN New Construction

FY Results History 2000 50% design level.
2001 NOB (New Office Building) design is 90 percent completed; interim office building space sought.
2002
  • NOB design is 98 percent completed.
  • Interim Office Building (IOB) space sought.
FY 2003
Data
2003 Results
  • $14 million IOB funding obtained.
  • GSA not able to finalize IOB lease in FY 2003. As a result, lease signing and IOB build-out are delayed to FY 2004.
Target
  • Obtain IOB funding.
  • Award IOB lease.
  • Complete IOB build-out.
Rating Significantly Below Target
Impact The lack of an IOB lease and build-out in FY 2003 has delayed the overall USUN construction schedule such that the occupancy of the new USUN building may slip to FY 2008 from FY 2007.