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FY2005 Budget and Performance Summary






JOINT AUTOMATED BOOKING SYSTEM
(Dollars in thousands)


    SALARIES AND EXPENSES 
    Pos. FTE Amount
         
2003 Obligations   7 6 $16,216
         
2004 Appropriation Enacted (without Rescission)   7 7 19,176
  2004 Rescission -- Reduction applied to DOJ (0.465%)   0 0 -89
  2004 Rescission -- Government-wide reduction (0.59%)   0 0 -113
2004 Appropriation Enacted (with Rescission)   7 7 18,974
         
2005 Total Request   7 7 20,309
         
  Change 2005 from 2004   0 0 1,335
         
Adjustments to Base        
         
Increases:        
  2005 Pay Raise (1.5 Percent)   0 0 10
  Employee Performance   0 0 1
  Annualization of 2004 Pay Raise  (2.0 Percent)   0 0 1
  Annualization of 2004 Pay Raise Additional (2.1 Percent) Increase   0 0 1
  GSA Rent   0 0 123
         
  Subtotal, Increases   0 0 136
         
  Net, Adjustments to Base   0 0 136
2005 Current Services   7 7 19,110
         
Program Improvements by Strategic Goal:        
         
  Enabling/Administrative- Support Goals 1-4   0 0 1,200
         
Program Offsets.   0 0 -1
  Net, Program Improvements/Offsets   0 0 1,199
         
2005 Total Request   7 7 20,309
  Change 2005 from 2004   0 0 1,335
         

 

JOINT AUTOMATED BOOKING SYSTEM
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
                           
Joint Automated Booking System   7 7 $18,974 7 7 $19,110 7 7 $20,309 0 0 $1,199
                           
Total   7 7 18,974 7 7 19,110 7 7 20,309 0 0 1,199
                           
                           
Program Improvements by Strategic Goal
                           
Enabling/Administrative - Support Goals 1-4 0 0 $1,200
                           
The Joint Automated Booking System (JABS) requests $1,200,000 for a core JABS upgrade to accommodate projected transaction volume increases, related to the continued nation-wide and foreign office deployment of JABS.  The core JABS upgrade will include procuring processing servers, associated operating software, security equipment (e.g., firewalls, intrusion detection, and virus scanners) and systems engineering services.  The upgrade will greatly increase the core JABS processing and data storage capabilities to accommodate the workload requirements.  Total resources for JABS include 7 positions, 7 FTE, and $20,309,000.      
                           
                           
Program Offsets.     -1
                           
The President's 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 $1,000 in pay costs in the JABS account by streamlining the JABS administrative process, resulting in lower support costs.      
                           
Net, Program Improvements/Offsets, Joint Automated Booking System 0 0 1,199
                           

 


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