a. REPORTING FREQUENCY. The report is prepared weekly or bi-weekly as
necessary and includes completed and cancelled job order data. The cancelled
job orders should be listed separately.
b. PREPARATION. The report covers all specific and estimated standing
job orders that have been reported to the fiscal office as completed or
cancelled during the period covered by the report.
NOTE: The cost variance is not the difference between the estimated and
actual total costs, but rather the sum of the labor and material variance.
That is, if the labor variance is (-) $500 and the material variance is (+)
$250, the cost variance is $750, not $250. Use an asterisk (*) to
differentiate manhours estimated with EPS from labor hours estimated with
other methods. The totals in Part II should total both EPS labor hours and
non-EPS labor hours if Engineered Performance Standards have been installed.
(This is not reflected in Table 10-2). The upper part of the report shows
information on each completed job order, by Work Center, with a total for each
job order. Cancelled job orders are shown in the same manner in a separate
list. The lower part of the report shows one line summaries for all completed
job orders for:
(1) Each Trade Branch.
(2) Maintenance Division.
(3) Utilities Division.
c. DISTRIBUTION. Distribute one copy each to the Work Management
Branch, and the Directors of the Maintenance, Utilities, and Facilities
Management Engineering Divisions.
d. USE OF REPORT. This report provides data for preparation of NAVFAC
9-11014/30 (Figure 10-1), Variances on Completed Job Orders. See Paragraph 24
for instructions on Job Order Variation investigations.
LABOR PERFORMANCE INDICES. Data from Tabulated Report "B" are used to
compute the Labor Performance Indices, items 22 and 23 of the
Maintenance/Utilities Labor Control Report. To obtain the Labor Performance
Index for Work Center, Trade Branch, or Division, divide the total estimated
hours by the total actual hours for the period concerned.
10. MAINTENANCE/UTILITIES LABOR CONTROL REPORT, NAVFAC 9-11014/29. This
monthly report (Figure 10-2) provides data on what was planned, actual
results, and variances from the plan. This report also provides:
(1) A plan for full labor hour utilization within each trade branch.
(2) Yardsticks to measure plan effectiveness.
(3) A means of comparing actual to accepted standards of personnel
a. REPORT PREPARATION. Prepare this report on NAVFAC 9-11014/29 for
each Trade Branch, a summary of Trade Branches within the Maintenance
Division, and a summary of Trade Branches within the Utilities Division. When
the Maintenance and Utilities Divisions are organizationally combined, separate