B-13.2 Completing the PIR Worksheet

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Losing and gaining facility names, finance numbers, PIR type and the date range of data are populated from information entered on the PIR Data Entry Page.

PIR Worksheet Columns

Column instructions are the same for both the losing and gaining facilities. Columns 1 through 5 apply to the losing facility. Columns 6 through 10 apply to the gaining facility.

1. Pre AMP: Use data from “Current” column in AMP Transportation - PVS.

2. Proposed: Use data from “Proposed” column in AMP Transportation - PVS.

3. PIR: Enter the current numbers applicable to the PIR. Data is developed as described below.

  • 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).
  • Record the Total Annual Mileage by adding the annual mileage from the printed PVS schedules documented on PS Form 4533, MVS Schedules, from VITALS. The Total Annual Mileage Costs are automatically calculated by multiplying the Total Annual Mileage by $0.85.
  • PVS Leases: The manager of the local VMF can provide the data for the PVS leases.
  • PVS Workhour Costs: The PVS workhour costs are automatically populated for both the losing and gaining facilities based on EDW MODS and EDW LURS Data.
  • LDC 31: The total annual workhour costs for operation numbers 617 (Stewards - MVS), 679 (Admin & Cler Trans & Networks), and 764 (Motor Vehicle Service).
  • LDC 34: The total annual workhour costs for operation numbers 765 (Motor Vehicle Operators) and 766 (Tractor Trailer Operators).

4. Variance PIR vs Pre AMP: Reflects the variance between the current data in the PIR from what was the current data in the approved AMP proposal.

5. Variance PIR vs Proposed: Reflects the variance between the current data in the PIR from the “Proposed” figures in the approved AMP proposal.

Columns 6 through 10 are developed using the same instructions from columns 1 through 5.