A-12.2 Completing the AMP Worksheet

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Losing and gaining facility names, finance numbers, and the date range of data come from information entered on the AMP Data Entry Page.

AMP Worksheet Columns

Column instructions are the same for both the losing and gaining facilities. Columns 1 through 3 apply to the losing facility. Columns 4 through 6 apply to the gaining facility.

1. Current: The columns show the current numbers for the losing and gaining facility for the categories shown.

2. Proposed: The columns show the proposed numbers for the losing and gaining facility for the categories shown.

3. Difference: The difference for both the losing and gaining facilities are automatically calculated.

PVS-Owned Equipment

Based on data from Vehicle Maintenance Accounting System (VMAS), enter the number for each type of PVS vehicle shown.

PVS Transportation

Record the Total Number of Schedules from the printed PVS schedules documented on PS Form 4533, MVS Schedules, from Vehicle Information Transportation Analysis Logistics System (VITALS). Determine and record the proposed totals. A formula calculates the difference between proposed and current.

Record the Total Annual Mileage by adding the annual mileage from the printed PVS schedules documented on PS Form 4533, MVS Schedules, from VITALS. Determine and record the total proposed annual miles. A formula calculates the difference between proposed and current.

Total Mileage Costs are calculated based on the cost of $0.80 per mile.

PVS Leases

The manager of the local Vehicle Maintenance Facility (VMF) can provide the data for the PVS leases.

Enter the total current number of leased PVS vehicles. Determine and record the proposed number of leased vehicles. A formula calculates the difference between proposed and current.

Enter the current total lease costs. Determine and record the proposed annual lease costs. A formula calculates the difference between proposed and current.

PVS Workhour Costs

The current PVS workhour costs for both the losing and gaining facilities are based on EDW MODS and EDW LURS data. The proposed workhour costs are derived from determining the workhours required and then applying the cost per workhour from EDW LURS.