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DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE

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FY2005 Budget and Performance Summary



GENERAL LEGAL ACTIVITIES
(Dollars in Thousands)


    OFFICE OF
  SOLICITOR GENERAL
TAX DIVISION CRIMINAL DIVISION CIVIL DIVISION ENV. AND NATURAL
RESOURCES DIVISION
OFFICE OF
  LEGAL COUNSEL
    Pos. FTE Amount Pos. FTE Amount Pos. FTE Amount Pos. FTE Amount Pos. FTE Amount Pos. FTE Amount
                                       
2003 Obligations   48 47 $8,079 576 514 $74,757 810 763 $132,441 1,042 1,044 $204,328 444 462 $72,531 37 32 $5,128
                                       
2004 Appropriation Enacted (without Rescission) 1/   48 49 7,973 569 521 77,141 801 813 133,636 1,080 1,093 214,665 444 488 76,556 37 41 5,679
  2004 Rescission -- Reduction applied to DOJ (0.465%)   0 0 -37 0 0 -359 0 0 -621 0 0 -928 0 0 -356 0 -2 -26
  2004 Rescission -- Government-wide reduction (0.59%)   0 0 -47 0 0 -453 0 0 -785 0 0 -1173 0 0 -450 0 -2 -33
2004 Appropriation Enacted (with Rescission)  1/   48 49 7,889 569 521 76,329 801 813 132,230 1,080 1,093 212,564 444 488 75,750 37 37 5,620
                                       
2005 Total Request 2/   50 50 8,538 566 518 81,399 825 819 141,185 1,115 1,116 193,110 465 506 105,457 38 38 6,023
                                       
  Change 2005 from 2004   2 1 649 -3 -3 5,070 24 6 8,955 35 23 -19,454 21 18 29,707 1 1 403
                                       
                                     
                                       
  Transfer resources from Civil Rights to U.S. Attorneys   0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
                                       
Increases:                                      
  2005 Pay Raise (1.5 Percent)   0 0 48 0 0 667 0 0 950 0 0 1,296 0 0 528 0 0 34
  Employee Performance   0 0 6 0 0 89 0 0 127 0 0 171 0 0 70 0 0 5
  Annualization of 2004 Pay Raise  (2.0 Percent)   0 0 23 0 0 302 0 0 473 0 0 607 0 0 255 0 0 23
  Annualization of 2004 Pay Raise Additional (2.1 Percent) Increase   0 0 24 0 0 317 0 0 497 0 0 637 0 0 268 0 0 24
  Annualization of 2004 Increases   0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 1,398 0 10 2,229 0 0 0
  Federal Health Insurance Premiums   0 0 8 0 0 131 0 0 158 0 0 248 0 0 157 0 0 6
  GSA Rent   0 0 254 0 0 1,055 0 0 3,701 0 0 83 0 0 3,269 0 0 157
  Lease Expirations   0 0 0 0 0 2,678 0 0 0 0 0 230 0 0 9,548 0 0 0
  WCF Telecommunications and E-Mail rate increases for FY 2005   0 0 17 0 0 148 0 0 351 0 0 408 0 0 212 0 0 13
  Overseas Capital Security-Cost Sharing   0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 106 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
  ICASS   0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 831 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
  INTERPOL Dues   0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
                                       
  Subtotal, Increases (including Transfer)   0 0 380 0 0 5,387 0 0 7,194 0 8 5,078 0 10 16,536 0 0 262
                                       
Decreases:                                      
  GSA Rent Decreases   0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
  Lease Expiration Decreases   0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
  Adjustment to Base Resources Decrease   0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -15,488 0 0 -215 0 0 0
                                       
  Subtotal, Decreases   0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -15,488 0 0 -215 0 0 0
                                       
  Net, Adjustments to Base   0 0 380 0 0 5,387 0 0 7,194 0 8 -10,410 0 10 16,321 0 0 262
2005 Current Services   48 49 8,269 569 521 81,716 801 813 139,424 1,080 1,101 202,154 444 498 92,071 37 37 5,882
                                       
Program Improvements by Strategic Goal:                                      
                                       
Goal 1:  Prevent Terrorism and Promote the Nationís Security   0 0 0 0 0 0 10 5 1,167 11 6 856 0 0 0 0 0 0
                                       
Goal 2:  Enforce Federal Laws and Represent the Rights and
Interests of the American People
  2 1 293 0 0 0 27 14 2,841 30 15 3,500 26 13 14,601 1 1 165
                                     
                                       
Goal 4:  Ensure the Fair and Efficient Operation of the Federal
Justice System
  0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0   [13]   [2,305] 0 0 0 0 0 0
                                     
                                       
  Subtotal, Program Improvements   2 1 293 0 0 0 37 19 4,008 41 21 4,356 26 13 14,601 1 1 165
Program Offsets.   0 0 -24 -3 -3 -317 -13 -13 -2,247 -6 -6 -13,400 -5 -5 -1,215 0 0 -24
  Net, Program Improvements/Offsets   2 1 269 -3 -3 -317 24 6 1,761 35 15 -9,044 21 8 13,386 1 1 141
                                       
2005 Total Request 2/   50 50 8,538 566 518 81,399 825 819 141,185 1,115 1,116 193,110 465 506 105,457 38 38 6,023
  Change 2005 from 2004   2 1 649 -3 -3 5,070 24 6 8,955 35 23 -19,454 21 18 29,707 1 1 403
                                       
                                       
    NOTE:  GLA's 2004 and 2005 FTE levels shown in the President's Appendix are slightly overstated.
                                       
1/  Civil Division's 2004 funding level includes $15M in supplemental resources for September 11th Victims Compensation Administration, which was not subject to the rescissions.
2/  Civil Division's 2005 program improvements do not reflect an increase of 13 reimbursable FTE and $2,305,000 in reimbursable resources for the administration of  the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program.
                                       

 

GENERAL LEGAL ACTIVITIES
(Dollars in Thousands)


    CIVIL RIGHTS DIVISION INTERPOL LEGAL ACTIVITIES
  OFFICE AUTOMATION
OFFICE OF 
DISPUTE RESOLUTION
GRAND TOTAL 
GENERAL LEGAL ACTIVITES
    Pos. FTE Amount Pos. FTE Amount Pos. FTE Amount Pos. FTE Amount Pos. FTE Amount
                                 
2003 Obligations   753 713 $104,521 62 64 $9,306 0 0 $1,853 3 0 $183 3,775 3,639 $613,127
                                 
2004 Appropriation Enacted (without Rescission) 1/   753 755 110,000 62 64 9,524 0 0 0 3 3 359 3,797 3,827 635,533
  2004 Rescission -- Reduction applied to DOJ (0.465%)   0 0 -512 0 0 -44 0 0 0 0 0 -2 0 -2 -2,885
  2004 Rescission -- Government-wide reduction (0.59%)   0 0 -646 0 0 -56 0 0 0 0 0 -2 0 -2 -3,645
2004 Appropriation Enacted (with Rescission)  1/   753 755 108,842 62 64 9,424 0 0 0 3 3 355 3,797 3,823 629,003
                                 
2005 Total Request 2/   737 739 109,141 62 64 11,945 0 0 0 3 3 337 3,861 3,853 657,135
                                 
  Change 2005 from 2004   -16 -16 299 0 0 2,521 0 0 0 0 0 -18 64 30 28,132
                                 
Adjustments to Base                                
                                 
  Transfer resources from Civil Rights to U.S. Attorneys   -1 -1 -138 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -1 -1 -138
                                 
Increases:                                
  2005 Pay Raise (1.5 Percent)   0 0 857 0 0 58 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 4,442
  Employee Performance   0 0 114 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 590
  Annualization of 2004 Pay Raise  (2.0 Percent)   0 0 408 0 0 25 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2,117
  Annualization of 2004 Pay Raise Additional (2.1 Percent) Increase   0 0 428 0 0 26 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2,222
  Annualization of 2004 Increases   0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 18 3,627
  Federal Health Insurance Premiums   0 0 142 0 0 13 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 863
  GSA Rent   0 0 815 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9,334
  Lease Expirations   0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 12,456
  WCF Telecommunications and E-Mail rate increases for FY 2005   0 0 218 0 0 31 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,398
  Overseas Capital Security-Cost Sharing   0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 106
  ICASS   0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 831
  INTERPOL Dues   0 0 0 0 0 2,332 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2,332
                                 
  Subtotal, Increases (including Transfer)   -1 -1 2,844 0 0 2,493 0 0 0 0 0 6 -1 17 40,180
                                   
Decreases:                                
  GSA Rent Decreases   0 0 0 0 0 -44 0 0 0 0 0 -23 0 0 -67
  Lease Expiration Decreases   0 0 -495 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -495
  Adjustment to Base Resources Decrease   0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -15,703
                                 
  Subtotal, Decreases   0 0 -495 0 0 -44 0 0 0 0 0 -23 0 0 -16,265
                                 
  Net, Adjustments to Base   -1 -1 2,349 0 0 2,449 0 0 0 0 0 -17 -1 17 23,915
2005 Current Services   752 754 111,191 62 64 11,873 0 0 0 3 3 338 3,796 3,840 652,918
                                   
Program Improvements by Strategic Goal:                                
                                 
Goal 1:  Prevent Terrorism and Promote the Nationís Security   0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 21 11 2,023
                                 
Goal 2:  Enforce Federal Laws and Represent the Rights and
Interests of the American People
  0 0 0 0 0 98 0 0 0 0 0 0 86 44 21,498
                               
                                 
Goal 4:  Ensure the Fair and Efficient Operation of the Federal
Justice System
  0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0   [13]   [2,305]
                               
                                 
  Subtotal, Program Improvements   0 0 0 0 0 98 0 0 0 0 0 0 107 55 23,521
Program Offsets.   -15 -15 -2,050 0 0 -26 0 0 0 0 0 -1 -42 -42 -19,304
  Net, Program Improvements/Offsets   -15 -15 -2,050 0 0 72 0 0 0 0 0 -1 65 13 4,217
                                 
2005 Total Request 2/   737 739 109,141 62 64 11,945 0 0 0 3 3 337 3,861 3,853 657,135
  Change 2005 from 2004   -16 -16 299 0 0 2,521 0 0 0 0 0 -18 64 30 28,132
                                 
                                 
    NOTE:  GLA's 2004 and 2005 FTE levels shown in the President's Appendix are slightly overstated.
                                 
                                 

 

GENERAL LEGAL ACTIVITIES
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.  Conduct of Supreme Court Proceedings and
      Review of Appellate Matters
  48 49 $7,889 48 49 $8,269 50 50 $8,538 2 1 $269
                           
2.  General Tax Matters   569 521 76,329 569 521 81,716 566 518 81,399 -3 -3 -317
                           
3.  Enforcing Federal Criminal Laws.   801 813 132,230 801 813 139,424 825 819 141,185 24 6 1,761
                           
4.  Claims, Customs and General Civil Matters. 1,080 1,093 212,564 1,080 1,101 202,154 1,115 1,116 193,110 35 15 -9,044
                           
5.  Environment and Natural Resources   444 488 75,750 444 498 92,071 465 506 105,457 21 8 13,386
                           
6.  Legal Opinions   37 37 5,620 37 37 5,882 38 38 6,023 1 1 141
                           
7.  Civil Rights Division.   753 755 108,842 752 754 111,191 737 739 109,141 -15 -15 -2,050
                           
8.  Interpol - USNCB   62 64 9,424 62 64 11,873 62 64 11,945 0 0 72
                           
9.  Dispute Resolutions   3 3 355 3 3 338 3 3 337 0 0 -1
                           
  Total   3,797 3,823 629,003 3,796 3,840 652,918 3,861 3,853 657,135 65 13 4,217
                           
  Reimbursable FTE     339     343     359     16  
                           
  Grand Total   3,797 4,162 629,003 3,796 4,183 652,918 3,861 4,212 657,135 65 29 4,217
                           
                           
Consistent with the Government Performance and Results Act, the 2005 budget proposes to streamline the decision unit structure of DOJ components to align more closely with the mission and strategic objectives contained in the DOJ Strategic Plan (FY 2003-2008).  In addition, the budget has been realigned to reflect each component's outputs and full costs by major program activity, including the costs of management and administration, so that a more accurate picture of total activity costs is reflected in the budget.  In this way, budget and performance are more closely linked, and provide a better basis on which to make budget decisions.  Over time, agencies will be expected to identify effective outcome measures, monitor their progress, and accurately present the associated costs.
                           
                           
Program Improvements by Strategic Goal                     Perm
Pos.
FTE Amount
         
Goal 1: Prevent Terrorism and Promote the Nationís Security   21 11 $2,023
         
Criminal Division        
         
1.  Counterterrorism Investigations/Prosecutions        
         
The Criminal Division requests 6 positions (5 attorneys), 3 workyears, and $672,000 to handle an increase in its capacity to support law enforcement efforts, policies and strategies relating to combating international and domestic terrorism.  Specifically, these additional resources will help the Counterterrorism Section handle its rising litigation workload; expand its use of sophisticated tools and technologies for counterterrorism activities; and enhance its partnership with the Federal intelligence community.  Total FY 2005 current services resources for this initiative are 55 positions (40 attorneys), 57 workyears, and $9,271,000.        
         
2.  Stemming the Flow of Money to Terrorists        
         
The Criminal Division requests 2 positions (2 attorneys), 1 workyear, and $235,000 to build upon its expertise to disrupt terrorist financing through U.S. court actions.  This increase will also enhance the Division's ability to provide assistance to our international partners to establish and implement new and more effective terrorist financing and anti-money laundering legislation, as well as to provide enforcement expertise and leadership to the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), an international body dedicated to the development and promotion of sound anti-money laundering practices and specialized anti-terrorist financing recommendations.  Total FY 2005 current services resources for this initiative are 7 positions (5 attorneys), 7 workyears, and $1,083,000.        
         
3.  Smuggling Law Enforcement        
         
The Criminal Division requests 2 positions (1 attorney), 1 workyear, and $260,000 to prosecute international organizations that facilitate entry of illegal aliens into the U.S., including potential terrorists and criminal aliens.  This increase will support the Division's emphasis on investigating and prosecuting these organizations that are linked to terrorists or whose services may be used by terrorist organizations.  The enhancement will also support the Criminal Division's role in combating violent crime, including overseeing the Project Safe Neighborhoods (PSN) initiative, and in vigorously prosecuting violent offenders and firearms traffickers.  Total FY 2005 current services resources for this initiative are 15 positions (13 attorneys), 15 workyears, and $2,440,000.         
         
Civil Division   .    
         
4.  Counterterrorism Litigation        
         
The Civil Division requests 11 positions (8 attorneys), 6 workyears, and $856,000 to address the workload related to defending some of the most sensitive contentious terrorism related cases -- constitutional challenges to  antiterrorism laws and challenges to designations of Specially Designated Global Terrorists.  As the war on terrorism is unlike any war America has experienced, cases often raise issues that require novel legal strategies where few precedents exist.  Losses in this area could undercut policies crucial to the security of our citizens.  Civ has not received an appropriation in GLA for CT cases, this request is for appropriated resources to support this initiative.        
         
Goal 2: Enforce Federal Laws and Represent the Rights and Interests of the American People   86 44 $21,498
         
Office of the Solicitor General
 
       
         
1.  Supreme and Appellate Courts Workload        
         
The Office of the Solicitor General requests 2 positions (2 attorneys), 1 workyear, and $293,000 to manage its increasing workload and the future operations of the Office of the Solicitor General.  It will allow the Office to represent the interests of the Federal Government in all activities related to the Supreme Court and Appellate Courts.  Two attorney positions represent an increase of 9 percent of the FY 2005 current services attorney staff.        
         
Criminal Division        
         
2.  Corporate Fraud        
         
The Criminal Division requests 2 positions (2 attorneys), 1 workyear, and $236,000 to support corporate fraud activity.  Additional funding will allow the Division to increase its efforts to fight the growth of corporate fraud and will enable the Division to respond to an increase in securities/investment fraud criminal referrals and requests from law enforcement entities.  Total FY 2005 current services resources for this initiative are 67 positions (43 attorneys), 67 workyears, and $10,862,000.        
         
3.  Obscenity and Child Exploitation        
         
The Criminal Division requests 25 positions (17 attorneys), 13 workyears, and $2,605,000 to prosecute and investigate adult obscenity and child exploitation crimes.  The number of child exploitation and adult obscenity investigations and prosecutions increased by more than 300% since 2001 and its efforts are limited primarily by the resources of the Section.  With greater resources the Section can contribute significantly more to the critical effort to combat the sexual exploitation of children and proliferation of adult obscenity.  Total FY 2005 current services resources for this initiative are 31 positions (21 attorneys), 31 workyears, and $5,502,000.        
         
Civil Division        
         
4.  Office of Immigration Litigation        
         
The Civil Division requests 30 positions (22 attorneys), 15 workyears, and $3,500,000 to protect our nation's borders by excluding aliens who pose a threat to national security, aliens with criminal histories, and aliens who otherwise lack entitlement defined by the Immigration and Naturalization Act.  By FY 2005, OIL's workload is expected to reach unprecedented levels, increasing six-fold since the last budgetary increase.  Lacking adequate resources to address these cases, adverse judgments could arise which would undermine immigration enforcement actions and threaten national security.  Total FY 2005 current services resources for this initiative are 148 positions (112 attorneys), 148 workyears, and $23,820,000.        
         
Environment and Natural Resources Division        
         
5.  Tribal Trust        
         
Environment Division requests 18 positions (11 attorneys), 9 workyears, and $14,007,000 for defending the United States in lawsuits filed by Indian Tribes for alleged mismanagement of Tribal assets by the Bureau of Indian Affairs.  Government liability in these cases is more than $200 billion, and adequate resources are necessary to limit this liability.  These cases differ from lawsuits brought against the government by individual Tribal members, in that Tribal resources and assets involve greater liability and asset mismanagement claims.  Total FY 2005 current services resources for this initiative are 13 positions (11 attorneys),  18 workyears, and $2,743,613.        
         
6.  Hazardous Materials Transportation        
         
Environment Division requests 8 positions (6 attorneys), 4 workyears, and $594,000 for Hazardous Material Transportation.  This initiative is specifically related to enforcing Federal laws that govern the transportation of hazardous materials through the air, sea and land; not limited to but including airline cargo, sea vessels, trucks, railways and pipelines.  Total FY 2005 current services resources for this initiative are 19 positions (16 attorneys), 5 workyears, and $1,666,407.        
         
Office of Legal Counsel        
         
7.  Presidential Nations Emergency Documents        
         
The Office of Legal Counsel requests 1 position (1 attorney), 1 workyear, and $165,000 to conduct legal reviews and update a series of national emergency materials that are critically important in the event of a nationwide catastrophe or national security emergency.  One attorney position represents an increase of 4% of the FY 2005 current services attorney staff.        
         
U.S. National Central Bureau - Interpol        
         
8.  State and Local Information Sharing        
         
The U.S. National Central Bureau requests $98,000 to automate domestic law enforcement's connection to its databases.  Additional resources will begin the process of providing real-time international criminal police information to state and local law enforcement.  This enhanced capability would instantaneously put in the hands of state and local police the critical data they might need to hold or further question individuals of interest in international investigations.  Total FY 2005 current services resources for this initiative are 3 positions, 3  workyears, and $485,000.        
         
         
Goal 4: Ensure the Fair and Efficient Operation of the Federal Justice System   0 [13] [$2,305]
         
Civil Division        
         
1.  Vaccine Injury Compensation Program        
         
The Civil Division requests an increase in reimbursable authority of 13 workyears and $2,305,000 for the Vaccine Injury Compensation Program to handle the exponential growth in vaccine injury claims alleging injuries caused by thimerosal.  Nearly 2,500 cases were filed in FY 2003, compared with just 213 filings in FY 2001, representing an increase of more than ten-fold in workload.  The Court of Federal Claims has place these cases on a fast-track.  It is the Civil Division's job to ensure that valid claims are approved, invalid claims are dismissed, and damage awards are not excessive.  Failure to do this will lead to the depletion of the National Vaccine Injury Trust Fund -- a key facet in the United States's program to ensure an adequate supply of vaccines vital to public health.  Total FY 2005 current services resources for this initiative are 28 workyears, (17 attorney workyears) and $4,028,000. There are no direct positions associated with this initiative.        
         
Program Offsets   -42 -42 -19,304
         
The Department continues to evaluate its programs and operations with the goal of achieving across-the-board economies of scale that result in increased efficiencies, reduced duplication of effort, and cost savings.  There are two parts to the proposed program offset; streamlining efficiencies and absorption of the FY 2004 pay raise.        
         
Streamlining Initiatives        
The budget proposes a total reduction of 39 positions, 39 workyears, and $17,082,000.  This reduction continues the FY 2004 streamlining initiative that crosses several program areas such as confinement of Criminal Aliens, facilities management, detention operations, procurement, video conferencing, telecommunications, human resource management, fleet management, and travel/relocation services.        
         
Absorption of 2004 Pay Raise        
The President's 2004 budget requested a 2 percent average pay raise for federal 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 annualization costs within GLA components through management efficiencies and additional streamlining initiatives resulting in an offset of 3 positions, 3 workyears, and $2,222,000.        
         
Net, Program Improvements/Offsets, General Legal Activities   65 13 4,217
         

 

GENERAL LEGAL ACTIVITIES
DECISION UNIT RESTRUCTURING CROSSWALK
(Dollars in thousands)


    2004 Appropriation Enacted
(w/ Rescission)
Performance-Based
Realignment
Current Decision Unit Structure
Comparison by activity or program
  Perm.
Pos.
FTE Amount Perm.Pos. FTE Amount
TAX DIVISION              
 1.  Civil Tax Appeals   69 61 $9,087 -69 -61 -$9,087
 2.  Criminal Prosecution and Appeals   123 117 17,332 -123 -117 -17,332
 3.  Civil Litigation   297 272 39,724 -297 -272 -39,724
 4.  Management & Administration   80 71 10,186 -80 -71 -10,186
 5.  General Tax Matters *   0 0 0 569 521 76,329
  Total, TAX DIVISION   569 521 76,329 569 521 76,329
               
CRIMINAL DIVISION              
1.  Organized Crime & Narcotics   101 102 16,590 -101 -102 -16,590
2.  White Collar Crime   213 214 34,806 -213 -214 -34,806
3.  International   217 221 35,944 -217 -221 -35,944
4.  Litigation Support   178 177 28,788 -178 -177 -28,788
5.  Management & Administration   92 99 16,102 -92 -99 -16,102
6.  Enforcing Federal Criminal Laws*   0 0 0 801 813 132,230
  Total, CRIMINAL DIVISION   801 813 132,230 801 813 132,230
               
CIVIL DIVISION              
  1. Federal Appellate Activity   76 75 12,801 -76 -75 -12,801
  2. Torts Litigation   199 208 32,585 -199 -208 -32,585
  3. Commercial Litigation   364 374 65,081 -364 -374 -65,081
  4. Federal Programs   146 130 21,147 -146 -130 -21,147
  5. Consumer Litigation   35 40 5,274 -35 -40 -5,274
  6. Immigration Litigation   148 148 23,820 -148 -148 -23,820
  7. Management & Administration   92 102 13,522 -92 -102 -13,522
  8. Legal Representation *   0 0 0 1,060 1,077 174,230
  9. Victims' Compensation Admin.   20 16 38,334 20 16 38,334
  Total, CIVIL DIVISION   1,080 1,093 212,564 1,080 1,093 212,564
               
ENVIRONMENT DIVISION              
 1.  Appellate and Policy   47 54 7,528 -47 -54 -7,528
 2.  Environmental Protection   204 204 34,634 -204 -204 -34,634
 3.  Natural Resources   149 168 25,160 -149 -168 -25,160
 4.  Management & Administration   44 62 8,428 -44 -62 -8,428
 5.  Environment & Natural Resources*   0 0 0 444 488 75,750
  Total, ENVIRONMENT DIVISION   444 488 75,750 444 488 75,750
               
CIVIL RIGHTS DIVISION              
  1. Federal Appellate   29 28 4,466 -29 -28 -4,466
  2. Civil Rights Prosecution   101 101 13,151 -101 -101 -13,151
  3. Special Litigation   73 70 10,034 -73 -70 -10,034
  4. Voting Rights   105 109 14,131 -105 -109 -14,131
  5. Employment Litigation   62 61 8,042 -62 -61 -8,042
  6. Coordination and Review   22 21 4,136 -22 -21 -4,136
  7. Housing and Civil Enforcement   100 95 14,594 -100 -95 -14,594
  8. Educational Opportunities   36 37 4,793 -36 -37 -4,793
  9. Disability Rights   99 97 16,077 -99 -97 -16,077
10. Office of Special Counsel   32 33 7,132 -32 -33 -7,132
11. Management & Administration   94 103 12,286 -94 -103 -12,286
12. Civil Rights Division *   0 0 0 753 755 108,842
  Total, CIVIL RIGHTS DIVISION   753 755 108,842 753 755 108,842
               
* Denotes new decision unit.              
               
Explanation:              
TAX, CRIMINAL, CIVIL, ENVIRONMENT, AND CIVIL RIGHTS DIVISIONS have collapsed their decision units into one decision unit.
               

 


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