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DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

DOJ Seal

FY2002 Budget Summary


DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
GENERAL ADMINISTRATION
(Dollars in thousands)

  Perm.
Pos.
FTE Amount
         
2000 actuals 636 640 $87,552
2001 enacted 656 670 88,713
  Government-wide .22% rescission pursuant to P.L. 106-554 ... ... (195)
2001 appropriation 656 670 88,518
National Drug Intelligence Center (non-add) [272] [272] [34,025]
Adjustments to Base      
  Increases (See p. 35) ... ... 3,969
  Decreases (See p. 35) ... ... (54)
2002 base 656 670 92,433
  Program changes (see details below) 7 7 1,000
2002 estimate 663 677 93,433
National Drug Intelligence Center (non-add) [272] [272] [27,000]



  2001 Appropriation 2002 Base 2002 Estimate Porgram Change
Comparison by activity and program Perm
Pos.
FTE Amount Perm
Pos.
FTE Amount Perm
Pos.
FTE Amount Perm
Pos.
FTE Amount
  Program Direction and Policy Coordination                        
    Department Leadership 43 44 $8,136 43 44 $8,416 43 44 $8,416 ... ... ....
    Executive Support 70 78 9,996 70 78 10,341 70 78 10,341 ... ... ....
    Intelligence Policy & Professional Resp 87 87 13,556 87 87 14,023 87 87 14,023 ... ... ....
    Justice Management Division 456 461 56,830 456 461 59,653 463 468 60,653 7 7 $ 1,000
                           
  Total 656 670 88,518 656 670 92,433 663 677 93,433 7 7 1,000
                             
    Reimbursable FTE ... 111 ... ... 111 ... ... 111 ... ... ... ...
                           
  Grand Total 656 781 88,518 656 781 92,433 663 788 93,433 7 7 1,000
                           
  National Drug Intelligence Center [272] [272] [34,025] [272] [272] [34,103] [272] [272] [27,000] ... ... [-7,103]


Program Changes Perm
Pos.
FTE Amount
       
IDENT/IAFIS 7 7 $1,000
IDENT/IAFIS from Working Capital Fund UBT [non add] [0] [0] [27,000]
       
The Department requests 7 positions, 7 FTE, and $1,000,000 in appropriated funding, and $27,000,000 from the Working Capital Fund, to provide for the integration of the INS and FBI fingerprint identification systems. The $28,000,000 for the Automated Biometric Identification System/Integrated Automated Fingerprint Identification System (IDENT/IAFIS) program will provide for the continued development and deployment of the ten-print workstation; the development and deployment of a ten-fingerprint file
within IAFIS to support Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) apprehension data; and the planning and design of the interface between the INS Enforcement Case Tracking System (ENFORCE) and the integrated IDENT/IAFIS system. In addition, the funds will be used to identify and analyze INS operational metrics to develop the system's functional and operational requirements for transferring IDENT capabilities into IAFIS and to assess the operational impact costs and resulting benefits; to research the feasibility of using less than ten rolled fingerprints to access IAFIS criminal history information; and to continue the operation of the IDENT/IAFIS Program Management Office. The project will be implemented through a series of releases, each of which will provide enhanced functionality to an integrated solution. Initial releases are based on INS accessing IAFIS via the existing ten-print format. However, the Department also plans to continue interacting with private companies that are in the process of developing more powerful search capability, which when available, could enable INS to search IAFIS with only two rolled fingerprints.
     
       
Total Program Changes, General Administration 7 7 1,000

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