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Appendix B Control Data AWS Manager Interview Protocol Evaluation Worksheet (Complete one worksheet for each AWS employee) Employee's name: Job title and function: Grade level:- Length of participation in AWS: ninths. AWS location: Satellite office home- Average time spent in AWS: days per week. A WS costs: (Include only the incremental costs incurred due to partici- pation in AWS) Telephone: Business or private line?- Installation charge $ paid by employee or CDC? Monthly charge $ paid by employee or CDC? Terminal/computer: (Including printer, drives, etc.) Please list equipment 149 Monthly cost UP HIP

150 Other equipment: Typewriter Calculator Other Furniture in the AWS supplied by CDC: Please list equipment Supplies: Support and communication: Additional cost incurred due to AWS for: Administrative/clerical support Mail services Long-distance calls (off net) TWX/Telememo Messages Call forwarding Answering machine Other (please list) APPENDIX B a' UP UP UP UP to Monthly cost Insurance: (Added insurance incurred due to AWS) Homeowners Paid by: Employee or CDC- Equipment Paid by: Employee or CDC- BENEFITS Impact on productivity: How has productivity changed? % Is this productivity change in overall performance or only while the employee is at the AWS?

APPENDIX B Do you have actual demonstrated dollar savings or can you assign a dollar value to any increase in productivity? $- Is the AWS participant able to share office space, furniture, equip- ment, and telephone at the central location? If yes, what are the dollar satires with this arrangement? Space $ Telephone Furniture Equipment Change in CDC travel costs incurred due to AWS? 151

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