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DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

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FY2005 Budget and Performance Summary






GENERAL ADMINISTRATION
(Dollars in Thousands)


    SALARIES AND EXPENSES  NATIONAL DRUG INTELLIGENCE
CENTER*
  TOTAL  
    Pos. FTE Amount   Pos. FTE Amount   Pos. FTE Amount  
                           
2003 Obligations   675 542 $99,283   0 229 $38,687   675 771 $137,970  
                           
                           
2004 Appropriation Enacted (without Rescission)   660 661 106,687   0 322 44,300   660 983 150,987  
  2004 Rescission -- Reduction applied to DOJ (0.465%)   0 0 -496   0 0 0   0 0 -496  
  2004 Rescission -- Government-wide reduction (0.59%)   0 0 -627   0 0 0   0 0 -627  
2004 Appropriation Enacted (with Rescission)   660 661 105,564   0 322 44,300   660 983 149,864  
                           
2005 Total Request   728 698 186,551   0 322 34,900   728 1,020 221,451  
                           
  Change 2005 from 2004   68 37 80,987   0 0 -9,400   68 37 71,587  
                           
Adjustments to Base                          
                           
Transfer of Positions and FTE   -5 -5 0   0 0 0   -5 -5 0  
                           
Increases:                          
  2005 Pay Raise (1.5 Percent)   0 0 697   0 0 0   0 0 697  
  Employee Performance   0 0 93   0 0 0   0 0 93  
  Annualization of 2004 Pay Raise  (2.0 Percent)   0 0 307   0 0 0   0 0 307  
  Annualization of 2004 Pay Raise Additional (2.1 Percent) Increase   0 0 322   0 0 0   0 0 322  
  Annualization of 2004 Increases   0 6 957   0 0 0   0 6 957  
  Annualization of 2003 Wartime Supplemental   0 0 2,333   0 0 0   0 0 2,333  
  Annualization of 2003 Positions   0 0 0   0 0 0   0 0 0  
  Administrative Salary Increase   0 0 0   0 0 0   0 0 0  
  2003 Wartime Supplemental Non-recurring Costs   0 0 276   0 0 0   0 0 276  
  Federal Health Insurance Premiums   0 0 360   0 0 0   0 0 360  
  GSA Rent   0 0 4,220   0 0 0   0 0 4,220  
  WCF Telecommunications and E-mail rate increase for 2005   0 0 332   0 0 0   0 0 332  
  M&R Adjustment in Permanent Positions and Workyears   0 0 0   0 0 0   0 0 0  
                           
  Subtotal, Increases   0 6 9,897   0 0 0   0 6 9,897  
                           
Decreases:                          
  GSA Rent Decreases   0 0 0   0 0 0   0 0 0  
  Lease Expiration Decrease   0 0 -576   0 0 0   0 0 -576  
                           
  Subtotal, Decreases   0 0 -576   0 0 0   0 0 -576  
                           
  Net, Adjustments to Base   -5 1 9,321   0 0 0   -5 1 9,321  
2005 Current Services   655 662 114,885   0 322 44,300   655 984 159,185  
                           
Program Improvements by Strategic Goal:                          
                           
  Goal 1:  Prevent Terrorism and Promote the Nation's Security   30 15 6,592   0 0 0   30 15 6,592  
  Enabling/Administrative - Supports Goals 1-4   43 21 65,396   0 0 0   43 21 65,396  
Strategic Goal One:  Prevent Terrorism and Promote the Nationís Security   0 0 0   0 0 0   0 0 0  
                       
                           
Strategic Goal Two:  Enforce Federal Laws and Represent the Rights and Interests of the American People   0 0 0   0 0 0   0 0 0  
                       
                           
Strategic Goal Three:  Assist State, Local, and Tribal Efforts to Prevent or Reduce Crime and Violence   0 0 0   0 0 0   0 0 0  
                       
                           
Strategic Goal Four:  Ensure the Fair and Efficient Operation of the Federal Justice System   0 0 0   0 0 0   0 0 0  
                       
                           
  Subtotal, Program Improvements   73 36 71,988   0 0 0   73 36 71,988  
                           
Program Offsets   0 0 -322   0 0 -9,400   0 0 -9,722  
  Net, Program Improvements/Offsets   73 36 71,666   0 0 -9,400   73 36 62,266  
                           
2005 Total Request   728 698 186,551   0 322 34,900   728 1,020 221,451  
  Change 2005 from 2004   68 37 80,987   0 0 -9,400   68 37 71,587  
* The National Drug Intelligence Center (NDIC) amount reflects the transfer of funds from the Intelligence Community Management Account to the Department of Justice to support the Department of Defense's counterdrug responsibilities in the operation of NDIC in Johnstown, Pennsylvania.

 

GENERAL ADMINISTRATION
SALARIES AND EXPENSES
(Dollars in thousands)


    2004 Appropriation Enacted 
(w/ Rescission)
2005 Current Services 2005 Request Program Improvements/Offsets
Comparison by activity and program   Perm
Pos.
FTE Amount Perm
Pos.
FTE Amount Perm
Pos.
FTE Amount Perm
Pos.
FTE Amount
                           
1. Department Leadership   43 44 $10,172 43 44 $10,825 43 44 $10,791 0 0 -$34
                           
2. Executive Support   76 82 10,864 76 82 11,565 78 83 11,629 2 1 64
                           
3. Intelligence Policy   111 111 16,864 111 111 20,562 141 126 27,099 30 15 6,537
                           
4. Justice Management Division   430 424 67,664 425 425 71,933 466 445 137,032 41 20 65,099
                           
Total   660 661 105,564 655 662 114,885 728 698 186,551 73 36 71,666
                           
Reimbursable FTE     115     118     118     0  
                           
Grand Total   660 776 105,564 655 780 114,885 728 816 186,551 73 36 71,666
                           
NDIC   0 322 44,300 0 322 44,300 0 322 34,900 0 0 -9,400
                           
                           
Program Improvements by Strategic Goal             Perm
Pos.
FTE Amount
         
Goal 1:  Prevent Terrorism and Promote the Nation's Security   30 15 $6,592
         
1.  Office of Intelligence Policy and Review        
         
The GA requests 30 positions (22 attorneys),15 workyears, and $6,592,000 for increased operational support in its investigations of terrorism, primarily through the application of warrants under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA).  Counterterrorism-related casework generated from new FBI positions has a direct effect on the Office of Intelligence Policy and Review (OIPR) through increased requests for FISA applications.  Total resources for OIPR in FY 2005 include 112 positions, 97 FTE, and $21,860,792.        
         
Enabling/Administrative -- Supports Goals 1-4   43 21 65,396
         
1.  Public Affairs        
         
The GA requests 2 positions (1 attorney), 1 workyear, and $100,000 for additional resources for the Office of Public Affairs (PAO) to address the sustained increased level of public concern and attention to the issues the Department handles since September 11, 2001.  Total resources for PAO in FY 2005 include 17 positions, 21 FTE, and $2,090,000.         
         
2.  Justice Management Division (JMD)        
         
The GA requests 19 positions, 9 workyears, and $5,000,000 to:  facilitate a safe working environment for its employees by investing in an automated security background processing system and additional security expertise ($3,020,000); provide stronger management support and strategic planning to Department leadership ($490,000); improve the Departmentís attorney workforce by strengthening hiring and diversity policies ($395,000); enhance attorney recruitment and retention through a student loan repayment program ($500,000); improve effectiveness of processing correspondence ($95,000); and support the training requirements of the Department's Human Capital Plan ($500,000).  Total resources for JMD in FY 2005 include 466 positions, 445 FTE, and $137,031,791.        
         
3.  Chief Information Officer (CIO)        
         
The GA requests 12 positions, 6 workyears, and $27,296,000 for seven projects, which include:  the Justice Unified Telecom Network ($9,393,450); Public Key Infrastructure ($9,376,000); Enterprise Architecture ($1,588,000); Information Sharing Initiative ($800,000); Information Technology (IT) Program Oversight ($1,440,000); Investment Management ($588,000); and, e-Gov initiatives ($4,110,550).  These projects will provide a mechanism for achieving the IT/CIO Strategic Plan Objectives, including: increasing business process integration; eliminating system redundancy; and providing a cohesive and efficient means of planning for future Departmental systems development.        
         
4.  Unified Financial System        
         
The GA requests 10 positions, 5 workyears, and $33,000,000 for the Unified Financial Management System (UFMS), including funding to support subsidiary modules for new property and budget management systems.  The annual financial audits of DOJ and its components have found fault with most of the core financial management systems in use at DOJ.  Continuing the UFMS initiative will result in a significant improvement to the efficiency and integrity of our financial management and accounting system.  The goal of the UFMS is to provide accurate, timely, and useful financial data for financial managers and program managers across the Department, through streamlined and standardized business processes and procedures.  $8.9 million was provided for this project in FY 2003 from Working Capital Fund Retained Earnings.  No direct funding is provided in the FY 2004 Appropriation.         
         
         
Program Offsets   0 0 -$322
         
The President's FY 2004 budget requested a 2 percent average pay raise for federal civilian workers in 2004.  However, the FY 2004 Consolidated Appropriations Act includes language granting civilian federal employees a 4.1 percent average pay raise in 2004.  The FY 2005 budget request reflects the higher pay raise.  DOJ proposes to offset the additional $322,000 in annualization costs through management efficiencies.        
         
Net, Program Improvements/Offsets, General Administration   73 36 71,666
         

 


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