FEDERAL PRISON SYSTEM
(Dollars in Thousands)

  SALARIES AND EXPENSES BUILDNIG AND
FACILITIES
FEDERAL PRISON
INDUSTRIES /1
COMMISSARY TRUST
FUND /2
TOTAL /1, /2
Pos. FTE Amount Pos. FTE Amount Pos. FTE Amount Pos. FTE Amount Pos. FTE Amount
                               
2005 Obligations   41,423 31,922 $4,602,448 284 232 $341,033 2,407 1,551 $737,585 714 586 $267,077 41,707 34,291 $4,943,4881
                               
                               
2006 Appropriation   42,297 39,073 4,892,649 270 251 90,112 2,458 2,295 766,705 731 724 270,516 42,567 42,343 4,982,761
  2006 Rescission -- Reduction applied to DOJ (0.28%)   -199 -199 -13,699 0 0 -252 0 0 -9 0 0 0 -199 -199 -13,951
  2006 Rescission -- Government-wide reduction (1.0%)   -416 -416 -48,790 0 0 -899 0 0 -34 0 0 0 -416 -416 -49,689
  2006 Hurricane Supplemental   0 0 0 0 0 11,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 11,000
2006 Enacted (with Rescissions and Supplemental)   41,682 38,458 4,830,160 270 251 99,961 2,458 2,295 766,662 731 724 270,516 41,952 41,728 4,930,121
                               
2007 Total New Budget Authority Request   39,873 36,926 4,987,059 263 247 117,102 2,058 1,914 791,107 695 695 276,122 40,136 39,782 5,104,161
                               
2007 Proposed Rescission of Prior Year Unobligated Balances   0 0 0 0 0 -142,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -142,000
                               
Net 2007 Request   39,873 36,926 4,987,059 263 247 -24,898 2,058 1,914 791,107 695 695 276,122 40,136 39,782 4,962,161
                               
Change New Budget Authority 2007 from 2006   -1,809 -1,532 156,899 -7 -4 17,141 -400 -381 24,445 -36 -29 5,606 -1,816 -1,946 174,040
                               
Technical Adjustments                                  
                               
  Restoration of 2006 Governmentwide reduction (1.0%)   416 416 48,790 0 0 899 0 0 34 0 0 0 416 416 49,689
  2007 Impact of 2006 Rescission (1.0%)   -416 -416 -46,420 0 0 232 0 0 -23 0 0 0 -416 -416 (46,188)
                               
Total Technical Adjustments   0 0 2,370 0 0 1,131 0 0 11 0 0 0 0 0 3,501
                               
Adjustments to Base                                    
                               
Increases:                                
  2007 Pay Raise (2.2 %)   0 0 53,324 0 0 423 0 0 3,363 0 0 1,254 0 0 53,747
  Annualization of 2006 Pay Raise (3.1 %)   0 0 21,387 0 0 209 0 0 1,474 0 0 566 0 0 21,596
  Annualization of 2006 Increases   0 289 25,146 0 3 0 0 19 11,453 0 7 602 0 318 25,146
  Annualization of 2005 Increases   0 0 29,801 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 29,801
  DHS Security Charges   0 0 43 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 43
  Medical Cost   0 0 1,015 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1,015
  Contract Bed Cost Adjustments - Wage Increases   0 0 9,944 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9,944
  Contract Bed Cost Adjustments - Price Increases   0 0 14,280 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 14,280
  Utilities Cost Adjustments   0 0 13,453 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 13,453
  Modernization and Repair Replacement Value Adjustment   0 0 0 2 2 49,378 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 49,378
  Increase in 2006 Investment Activity   0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 9,000 0 0 3,095 0 0 0
                               
   Total Increases   0 289 168,393 2 5 50,010 0 19 25,290 0 7 5,517 2 320 218,403
                                 
Decreases:                                
  Nonrecurral Hurricane Supplemental   0 0 0 0 0 -11,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -11,000
  Nonrecurral 2006 One-time Program Increases   0 0 0 0 0 -23,000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -23,000
  Position and FTE Non-recurring   -1,833 -1,833 0 -9 -9 0 -400 -400 0 -37 -37 0 -1,842 -2,279 0
                               
   Total Decreases   -1,833 -1,833 0 -9 -9 -34,000 -400 -400 0 -37 -37 0 -1,842 -2,279 -34,000
                               
Total Adjustments to Base   -1,833 -1,544 168,393 -7 -4 16,010 -400 -381 25,290 -37 -30 5,517 -1,840 -1,959 184,403
                               
Total Adjustments to Base and Technical Adjustments   -1,833 -1,544 170,763 -7 -4 17,141 -400 -381 25,301 -37 -30 5,517 -1,840 -1,959 187,904
                             
2007 Current Services   39,849 36,914 5,000,923 263 247 117,102 2,058 1,914 791,963 694 694 276,033 40,112 39,769 5,118,025
                                   
Increases by Strategic Goal:                                   
                                 
  Strategic Goal Four: Ensure the Fair and Efficient Operation of the Federal Justice System 24 12 40,351 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 89 24 13 40,351
                                 
Offsets  0 0 -54,215 0 0 0 0 0 -856 0 0 0 0 0 -54,215
                               
Total Program Changes   24 12 -13,864 0 0 0 0 0 -856 1 1 89 24 13 -13,864
                                 
2007 Total New Budget Authority Request   39,873 36,926 4,987,059 263 247 117,102 2,058 1,914 791,107 695 695 276,122 40,136 39,782 5,104,161
  Change New Budget Authority 2007 from 2006   -1,809 -1,532 156,899 -7 -4 17,141 -400 -381 24,445 -36 -29 5,606 -1,816 -1,946 174,040

/1 Federal Prison Industries is a revolving fund that operates on the sale of goods and services to other government agencies. The positions and funding amounts are not part of the Department of Justice appropriations request and therefore are not included in the total column. However, the congressional limitation on FPI administrative expenses (for FY 2006, this limitation is $3,322,000) is scored against the Department's discretionary budget authority. The full-time equivalent (FTE) workyears are considered reimbursable and are included in the total column. Of the $737,585,000 FY 2005 obligations, $1,102,000 was for administrative expenses.

/2 Commissary Fund is a revolving trust fund that operates on the sale of goods and services to inmates. The positions and funding amounts are not part of the Department of Justice appropriations request and therefore are not included in the total column. The full-time equivalent (FTE) workyears are considered reimbursable and are included in the total column.

 

FEDERAL PRISON SYSTEM
SALARIES AND EXPENSES

(Dollars in Thousands)

  2006 Enacted
( w/ Rescission)
  2007 Current Services /1   2007 Request   Total Program Changes
Perm           Perm           Perm           Perm        
Comparison by activity and program     Pos. FTE Amount Pos. FTE Amount Pos. FTE Amount Pos. FTE Amount
                                     
1.Inmate Care and Programs   15,258 13,313 $1,766,995 14,608 12,783 $1,803,705 14,615 12,786 $1,789,377 7 3 -$14,328
                                     
2. Institution Security and Administration   26,031 24,754 2,380,134 24,848 23,738 2,439,316 24,861 23,745 2,418,418 13 7 -20,898
                                     
3. Contract Confinement   393 391 683,031 393 393 757,902 397 395 779,264 4 2 21,362
                                     
  Total   41,682 38,458 4,830,160 39,849 36,914 5,000,923 39,873 36,926 4,987,059 24 12 -13,864
                                     
  Reimbursable FTE /2       0 136 0 0 136 0 0 136 0 0 0 0
                                     
  Grand Total         41,682 38,594 4,830,160 39,849 37,050 5,000,923 39,873 37,062 4,987,059 24 12 -13,864
                                     

Consistent with the Government Performance and Results Act, the 2007 budget proposes to streamline the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP) decision unit structure from 4 program activities to 3 to align the BOP budget 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 the BOP'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. Under the FY 2002 (BY 2004) and FY 2003 (BY 2005) PART processes, the BOP was rated "Moderately Effective", and the score should improve even further in future years as the BOP continues to work to include long term goals in the areas of crowding and recidivism rates and continues to improve performance.

                                                           

'/1 The FY 2007 current services request includes four adjustments to base unique to BOP. The request includes $1,015,000 for increasing medical expenses incurred on behalf of federal inmates, $9,944,000 for contract bed cost adjustments mandated by the Services Contract Act, $14,280,000 for contract price increases associated with exercising of option years, and $13,453,000 for utilities cost adjustments due to rising energy prices for operation of 116 institutions, 24 hours/day, 365 days/year.

'/2 The Federal Prison System (FPS) receives reimbursements for the daily care and maintenance of State and local offenders, for utilities used by Federal Prison Industries, Inc., for staff housing, and for meals provided to FPS staff at institutions. The reimbursements received may be used to fund personnel costs. The BOP estimates that 136 FTE are associated with these reimbursements.

                                                           
Program Increases by Strategic Goal                                            
                                                           
Strategic Goal Four: Ensure the Fair and Efficient Operation of the Federal Justice System   24   12   $40,351
                                                           

1. Activate Expansion Space
BOP requests 20 positions (12 correctional officers), 10 FTE and $1,267,000 to begin the activation process for an expansion at FCI Otisville, New York. Construction of this expansion will be completed in February 2007, and the beds will be available for immediate use. Adding bed space at FCI Otisville is crucial to the safe operations of this institution for staff, inmates and the community. FY 2007 current services resources for FCI Otisville is 308 positions(157 correctional officers), 308 FTE and $29,703,000. Total FY 2007 resources are 328 positions (169 correctional officers), 328 FTE and $30,970,000.

2. Contract Confinement
BOP requests $34,376,000 to provide funds for the management and operation of a contractor-owned, contractor operated correctional facility at Philipsburg, Pennsylvania. The Philipsburg contract grew from the National Capital Revitalization and Self-Government Improvement Act of 1997 requirement that BOP house all District of Columbia Department of Corrections sentenced felons. Earlier environmental and other legal challenges have been resolved, and the new facility will confine 1,495 low security male inmates. In addition, BOP requests 4 positions, 2 FTE and $4,708,000 to obtain 392 additional low security contract beds for 6 months in FY 2007. The addition of these beds will help to offset crowding in BOP low security facilities, which was 46 percent at the end of FY 2005. Using contract beds for the confinement of low security inmates provides a flexible approach to manage this population. FY 2007 current services for contract facilities is 340 positions, 340 FTE and $735,052,000. Total FY 2007 resources are 344 positions, 342 FTE and $756,414,000. The BOP houses over 15 percent of its population in contract facilities.

                                                           
Program Offsets   0   0   -54,215
                                                           

1. Population Adjustment
The budget proposes a $50,215,000 offset in accordance with revised prison population projections. The total number of inmates is increasing by approximately 7,500 per year, not the nearly 11,000 projected earlier for FY 2005.

2. Management and Operational Efficiencies
The budget proposes a $4,000,000 offset associated with management and operational efficiencies. BOP continues to make progress in its streamlining and other efficiency measures initiated to operate within available resources. BOP has already abolished nearly 700 management positions, closed several outmoded and inefficient prison camps, and begun the transfer of inmates with the most critical needs to consolidated BOP medical centers resulting in savings to the taxpayer.

                                                           
Total Program Changes, Federal Prison System, Salaries and Expenses   24   12   -13,864

 

FEDERAL PRISON SYSTEM
DECISION UNIT RESTRUCTURING CROSSWALK
(Dollars in Thousands)

                          New Decision Unit Structure
  2006 Enacted (w/ Rescission and Supplemental)   Inmate Care and Programs   Institution Security and Administration   Contract Confinement
Perm           Perm           Perm           Perm        
Comparison by activity and program     Pos. FTE Amount Pos. FTE Amount Pos. FTE Amount Pos. FTE Amount
                                     
1. Inmate Care and Programs   15,092 13,147 $1,740,011 15,092 13,147 $1,740,011 0 0 $0 0 0 $0
                                     
2. Institution Security and Administration   24,904 23,627 2,227,223 0 0 0 24,904 23,627 2,227,223 0 0 0
                                     
3. Contract Confinement   393 391 683,031 0 0 0 0 0 0 393 391 683,031
                                     
4. Management and Administration   1,293 1,293 179,895 166 166 26,984 1,127 1,127 152,911 0 0 0
                                     
  Total   41,682 38,458 4,830,160 15,258 13,313 1,766,995 26,031 24,754 2,380,134 393 391 683,031
                                     
  Reimbursable FTE   0 136 0 0 0 0 0 136 0 0 0 0
                                     
  Grand Total   41,682 38,594 4,830,160 15,258 13,313 1,766,995 26,031 24,890 2,380,134 393 391 683,031

 

FEDERAL PRISON SYSTEM
BUILDINGS AND FACILITIES
(Dollars in Thousands)

  2006 Enacted
( w/ Rescission and supplemental)
  2007 Current Services /1   2007 Request   Total Program Changes
Perm           Perm           Perm           Perm        
Comparison by activity and program     Pos. FTE Amount Pos. FTE Amount Pos. FTE Amount Pos. FTE Amount
                                     
1. New Construction   131 110 $48,115 122 104 $26,010 122 104 $26,010 0 0 $0
                                     
2. Modernization and Repair   139 141 51,846 141 143 91,092 141 143 91,092 0 0 0
                                     
  Total   270 251 99,961 263 247 117,102 263 247 117,102 0 0 0
                                     
  Proposed Rescission of Prior Year Unobligated Balances   0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -142,000 0 0 -142,000
                                     
  Total, Adjusted   270 251 99,961 263 247 117,102 263 247 -24,898 0 0 -142,000
                                                           

/1 The FY 2007 current services request includes an adjustment to base that is unique to BOP. The request includes $49,378,000 to enable the BOP to undertake essential rehabilitation, renovation and replacement projects at existing institutions.

Under the FY 2005 (BY 2007) PART process, the prison construction and modernization and repair program was rated "Adequate." BOP has evaluated low and minimum security prison space for the housing of higher-security prisoners and continues to examine state, local, and private facilities for housing more low and minimum-security inmates.

                                                           
Program Increases by Strategic Goal            
                                                           
Strategic Goal Four: Ensure the Fair and Efficient Operation of the Federal Justice System   0   0   $0
                                                           

The budget continues a moratorium on new prison construction.

                                                           
Program Offsets   0   0   0
                                                           
Total Program Changes, Federal Prison System, Buildings and Facilities   0   0   0
                                                           
Rescission of Prior Year Unobligated Balances   0   0   -142,000
                                                           
In FY 2007, the budget proposes a rescission of $142,000,000 in unobligated balances.

 

FEDERAL PRISON SYSTEM
COMMISSARY FUNDS
(Revolving Trust Fund)
(Dollars in Thousands)

  Perm        
Program Increases by Strategic Goal Pos. FTE Amount
Strategic Goal Four: Ensure the Fair and Efficient Operation of the Federal Justice System 1   1   $89
           
1. Commissary Expansion
An increase of 1 position and 1 FTE is requested to provide additional commissary staff at an expansion at FCI Otisville, New York.
         
           
Program Offsets 0   0   0
           
Total Program Changes, Commissary Fund 1   1   89
           
Note: The Commissary Fund is a revolving trust fund that operates exclusively from the sale of goods and services to inmates. Amounts shown for this account are not included in the Department of Justice appropriations request. The permanent positions reflect positions funded from program revenue and are shown for illustrative purposes only.

 

FEDERAL PRISON SYSTEM
FEDERAL PRISON INDUSTRIES
(Dollars in Thousands)

  2006 Enacted
( w/ Rescission)
  2007 Current Services   2007 Request   Total Program Changes
Perm           Perm           Perm           Perm        
Comparison by activity and program     Pos. FTE Amount Pos. FTE Amount Pos. FTE Amount Pos. FTE Amount
                                     
1. Congressional Limitation:                          
  Administrative Expenses   32 32 $33,22 32 32 $3,333 32 32 $2,477 0 0 -$856
                                     
2. Industrial Operations:                          
  Cost Production   2,426 2,263 686,543 2,026 1,882 711,833 2,026 1,882 711,833 0 0 0
  Other Expenses   0 0 40,000 0 0 40,000 0 0 40,000 0 0 0
  Buildings and Improvements   0 0 15,501 0 0 15,501 0 0 15,501 0 0 0
  Machinery and Equipment   0 0 21,296 0 0 21,296 0 0 21,296 0 0 0
    Subtotal     2,426 2,263 763,340 2,026 1,882 788,630 2,026 1,882 788,630 0 0 0
                                     
  Total   2,458 2,295 766,662 2,058 1,914 791,963 2,058 1,914 791,107 0 0 -856
                                                           

Note: Federal Prison Industries (FPI) is a revolving fund that operates on the sale of goods and services to other government agencies. FPI operations are not funded by the Treasury. The permanent positions column reflects positions funded from program revenues for illustrative purposes only. These positions are not included in the Department's totals.

                                                           
Program Increases by Strategic Goal            
                                                           
Strategic Goal Four: Ensure the Fair and Efficient Operation of the Federal Judicial System   0   0   $0
                                                           

The budget seeks resources to activate an expansion of FCI Otisville, New York. This expansion does not require a new factory activation.

                                                           
Program Offsets   0   0   -856
                                                           
The budget proposes to reduce the Limitation on Administrative Expenses from $3,322,000 in FY 2006 to $2,477,000 in FY 2007. The Federal Prison Industries has and continues to reduce administrative expenses.
                                                           
Total Program Changes, Federal Prison Industries   0   0   -856