2009 Budget and Performance Summary

OFFICE OF THE INSPECTOR GENERAL
(Dollars in thousands)

  TOTAL
  Pos. FTE Amount
       
2007 Enacted 449 437 70,603
       
2008 Enacted 434 422 70,603
       
2009 Request 450 430 75,681
       
Change 2009 from 2008 Enacted 16 8 5,078
       
Adjustments to Base      
       
Increases:      
2009 pay raise (2.9S%) 0 0 985
2009 pay raise annualization 0 0 401
1% Increase in FERS LE Contribution 0 0 144
Retirement 0 0 53
Health Insurance 0 0 102
GSA Rent 0 0 777
DHS Security Charge 0 0 8
Base Program Cost Adjustment 0 0 1,409
Postage 0 0 2
Governemtn Printing Office (GPO) 0 0 1
WCF Rate Increases - JUTNet 0 0 182
       
Subtotal Increases 0 0 4,064
       
Decreases:      
Change in Compensation Days 0 0 -181
Employee Compensation Fund     -5
       
Subtotal Decreases 0 0 -186
       
Total Adjustments to Base 0 0 3,878
       
2009 Current Services 434 422 74,481
       
Program Changes      
       
Counterterrorism Oversight 16 8 1,200
Total Changes 16 8 1,200
       
2009 Request 450 430 75,681
Change 2009 from 2008 Enacted 16 8 5,078

 

JUSTICE INFORMATION SHARING TECHNOLOGY
SALARIES AND EXPENSES

(Dollars in thousands)

  2007 Estimate 2008 Current Services 2008 Request Total Program Changes
Comparison by activity and program Perm
Pos.
FTE Amount Perm
Pos.
FTE Amount Perm
Pos.
FTE Amount Perm
Pos.
FTE Amount
 
1. Audit, Inspections, Investigations, and Reviews 434 445 $ 70,603 434 422 $ 74,481 450 430 $ 75,681 16 8 $ 1,200
 
Grand Total 434 434 70,603 434 422 74,481 450 430 75,681 16 8 1,200

 

The Office of the Inspector General (OIG) requests 16 positions, 8 FTE (including 2 attorneys), and $1,200,000 to enable the OIG to assist the Department in ensuring that its counterterrorism tools are used effectively and appropriately. With these resources, the OIG will continue to examine issues such as the FBI's use of National Security Letters and the Patriot Act Section 215 orders to obtain business records, its efforts to develop its Sentinel case management system, and its progress in hiring, training, and retaining intelligence analysts. The OIG will continue to conduct audits and reviews on topics such as the Department's involvement with the National Security Agency program known as the "terrorist surveillance program", the operations of the Terrorist Screening Center, the Department's internal controls over terrorism reporting, intelligence sharing, and the BOP's efforts to improve the monitoring of communications for terrorists and other high-risk inmates.

Program Changes Perm Pos. FTE Amount
 
1. Counterterrorism Oversight 16 8 $ 1,200