Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Presentation is loading. Please wait.

Navy Appropriations Matters Office (FMBE) CAPT Tom McGovern – Deputy Director Appropriations Process.

Similar presentations


Presentation on theme: "Navy Appropriations Matters Office (FMBE) CAPT Tom McGovern – Deputy Director Appropriations Process."— Presentation transcript:

1 Navy Appropriations Matters Office (FMBE) CAPT Tom McGovern – Deputy Director Appropriations Process

2 FMBE Charter – On behalf of ASN(FM&C), the Appropriations Matters Office (FMBE) coordinates all matters related to the House and Senate Appropriations Subcommittees on Defense and Military Construction. – Required by legislative direction since 1983 to be separate from OLA: – “The Committee directs that the budget liaison structure be returned to a status independent from legislative liaison influence and control and given the authority and manpower to respond directly to the Committee’s factual information requirements”.

3 Appropriations Committee Leadership Senate Committee on Appropriations (SAC)House Committee on Appropriations (HAC) Subcommittee on Defense (SAC-D) Subcommittee on Defense (HAC-D) Daniel K. Inouye (D-HI) Chairman John P. Murtha (D-PA) Chairman David R. Obey (D-WI) Chairman C.W. Bill Young (R-FL) Ranking Jerry Lewis (R-CA) Ranking Thad Cochran (R-MS) Ranking

4 Ms. Feinstein (D-CA) Ms. Murray (D-WA) Mr. Kohl (D-WI) Ms. Mikulski (D-MD) Ms. Hutchison (R-TX) Mr. Gregg (R-NH) Mr. McConnell (R-KY) Mr. Shelby (R-AL) SENATE APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEE SUBCOMMITTEE ON DEFENSE 111TH CONGRESS Mr Durbin (D-IL) Mr. Dorgan (D-ND) Mr. Harkin (D-IA) Mr. Leahy (D-VT) Mr. Inouye (D-HI) CHAIRMAN Mr. Cochran (R-MS) RANKING Mr. Specter (D-PA) Mr. Bond (R-MO) Staff Director Mr. Bennett (R-UT) Mr. Byrd (D-WV)

5 HOUSE APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEE SUBCOMMITTEE ON DEFENSE 111TH CONGRESS Mr. Tiahrt (R-KS) Mr. Kingston (R-GA) Ms. Granger (R-TX) Mr. Frelinghuysen (R-NJ) Mr. Rogers (R-KY) Mr. Lewis (R-CA) Mr. Young (R-FL) Ranking Member Staff Director Mr. Murtha (D-PA) CHAIRMAN Mr. Obey (D-WI) Mr. Dicks (D-WA) Mr. Visclosky (D-IN) Mr. Moran (D-VA) Ms. Kilpatrick (D-MI) Mr. Hinchey (D-NY) Mr. Bishop (D-GA) Mr. Rothman (D-NJ) Mr. Boyd (D-FL) Ms. Kaptur (D-OH)

6 Appropriations (Continued) Senate Committee on Appropriations (SAC)House Committee on Appropriations (HAC) Subcommittee on Military Construction, Veterans Affairs, and Related Agencies (SAC MILCON) Subcommittee on Military Construction, Veterans Affairs, and Related Agencies (HAC MILCON) Tim Johnson (D-SD) Chairman Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-TX) Ranking Chet Edwards (D-TX) Chairman Zach Wamp (R-TN) Ranking

7 “No money shall be drawn from the Treasury, but in Consequence of Appropriations made by Law” 1 1 U.S. Constitution, Article I, Section 9.

8 The Appropriations Process Budget Resolution – Sets Spending Limits Sets spending ceilings for the upcoming fiscal year. Distributes federal spending among 20 functional categories, such as national defense, agriculture, and transportation, and sets similar levels for each function. Includes revenue floors No Budget/Outlay Authority with Budget Resolution Budget Resolution – Sets Spending Limits Sets spending ceilings for the upcoming fiscal year. Distributes federal spending among 20 functional categories, such as national defense, agriculture, and transportation, and sets similar levels for each function. Includes revenue floors No Budget/Outlay Authority with Budget Resolution Authorization Act – Authorizes Appropriations Establishes, continues, or modifies agencies or programs. Authorizes appropriations for specific agencies and programs, frequently setting spending ceilings for them. No Budget/Outlay Authority with Authorization Act Authorization Act – Authorizes Appropriations Establishes, continues, or modifies agencies or programs. Authorizes appropriations for specific agencies and programs, frequently setting spending ceilings for them. No Budget/Outlay Authority with Authorization Act Appropriations Act Provides new budget authority for the program, activity, or agency previously authorized. Congress is not required to provide appropriations for an authorized program. Appropriations Act Provides new budget authority for the program, activity, or agency previously authorized. Congress is not required to provide appropriations for an authorized program. FMBE OLA

9 Types of Appropriations Measures Supplemental Bills Considered later and provide additional appropriations. Supplemental Bills Considered later and provide additional appropriations. Continuing Resolutions If regular bills are not enacted by the deadline, Congress adopts continuing resolutions (CR) to continue funding generally until regular bills are enacted. Continuing Resolutions If regular bills are not enacted by the deadline, Congress adopts continuing resolutions (CR) to continue funding generally until regular bills are enacted. Regular Appropriations Bills Provides most of the funding that is provided in all appropriations measures for a fiscal year, and must be enacted by October 1 of each year. Regular Appropriations Bills Provides most of the funding that is provided in all appropriations measures for a fiscal year, and must be enacted by October 1 of each year.

10 PRESIDENT’S BUDGET 1 st Monday in February SENATE APPROPRATIONS COMMITTEE HOUSE BUDGET COMMITTEE HOUSE APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEE Hearings Committee Markup Senate Passed Resolution Hearings Committee Markup House Passed Resolution DISCRETIONARY SPENDING CAPS 302(a) Allocation CONFERENCE Agree to Conference Instruct Conferees Appoint Conferees Subcommittee Markup House Floor House Rules Committee Full Committee Markup 302(b) Allocation Hearings 12 SUBCOMMITTEES SENTATE BUDGET COMMITTEE Subcommittee Markup Request Conference Appoint Conferees Senate Floor Full Committee Markup 302(b) Allocation Hearings 12 SUBCOMMITTEES House and Senate Passed Conference Report Conference: Report back to House and Senate on disposition of amendments Sent to President for Signature: October 1 Appropriations Process Refer to Senate

11 We DO NOT:  Lobby We DO NOT:  Lobby  Assist in formulation of Congressional Budget Engagement Strategy  Support Budget Hearings and Congressional Testimony  Aid in preparation of Program Budget Briefs  Respond to Defense and Military Construction Subcommittee requests for program information  Coordinate Navy appeals for Authorization and Appropriation committee adjustments to President’s Budget request  Coordinate and execute travel for subcommittee members, professional staff members, and associate staff members  Assist in formulation of Congressional Budget Engagement Strategy  Support Budget Hearings and Congressional Testimony  Aid in preparation of Program Budget Briefs  Respond to Defense and Military Construction Subcommittee requests for program information  Coordinate Navy appeals for Authorization and Appropriation committee adjustments to President’s Budget request  Coordinate and execute travel for subcommittee members, professional staff members, and associate staff members FMBE Role Support President’s Budget request with Appropriations Committees

12 PLANNINGPROGRAMMINGBUDGETING NMSD CPAM ANALYSES SUMMARY CPAM SPP T-POM POM OSD REVIEW DECISION (PDM) OSD/OMB BUDGET SUBMIT OSD/OMB REVIEW DECISIONS (PBD) PRES. BUDGET CONGRESS APPROPRIATION CPAM ISSUES EXECUTEEXECUTE FY/FY/FY/FY/FY/FY CINCs AGENCIES SERVICES WORLD SITUATION NAT’l POLICY FY (FY) NAVY BUDGET PREPARATION & REVIEW PPBE Flow JSR/JPD * IWAR ANALYSES OSD PLANNING * IWAR DEVELOPMENT CONTINUOUS DPG/FG Programming Guidance STRATEGIC VISION (CSPG)/LRPO Budget Formulation & Execution Process FMBE Focus

13 13 Execution/Budget/Program Events MarAug SepOct Nov MayJun Jul Apr Dec  Omnibus Reprogramming Implementation  Issue New FY Allocations  Omnibus Reprogramming toUSD(C) (5/15)  Apportionment Review  NWCF 3 rd Qtr Review  Investment/Development Midyear Review (4/17 – 5/18)  Ops/Pers Midyear Review (4/22 – 5/4)  OSD Midyear Review Current Year Execution – FY 2009  NWCF 2 nd Qtr Review  Individual Reprogrammings  HASC Markup (6/17)  SASC Markup (6/22)  HAC Markup (6/22)  SAC Markup (7/27)  Appropriation Conferences (9/?)  Authorization Conference (7/?)  Appropriation Bills (9/?)  Appeals Process (6/?)  Appeals Process (8/?)  Authorization Bills (9/?)  HASC Posture Hearing (5/14)  SAC-D Posture Hearing (6/2)  SASC Posture Hearing (6/4)  HAC-D Posture Hearing (6/3)  HAC-M Hearing (5/6)  Presidents Budget Submission (5/6)  Issue Controls (6/1)  Sponsor Program Proposals (5/22 – 6/1)  SRB Deputies Brief (tbd)  SRB ASNs/GC Brief (tbd)  SRB SECNAV Brief (tbd)  Budget Exhibits Due (7/6)  POM Brief to SN (7/?)     OSD Fiscal Guidance (7/?)  OSD Budget Justification Books Submit Final Decisions Budget Lock  PBCGs (6/23 – 7/24)  Submit to OSD / Issue Controls  Leadership Updates (7/6 – 7/29)  Service POM Briefs to DAWG    Program Review  Budget Review  SAC-M Hearing (5/19)  QDR issues decisions (6/1) Next Year Execution  FY09 OCO Hearings (tbd) Congressional Review – FY 2010 President’s Budget Program/Budget Review – FY 2011 Legend   Secretariat  Marine Corps   Navy   DON/OSD/OMB Review

14 OCTOBER NOVEMBER DECEMBER BEGINNING OF FISCAL YEAR JANUARY FEBRUARY MARCH APRIL MAY JUNE JULY AUGUST SEPTEMBER CONGRESS CONVENES PRESIDENT SUBMITS BUDGET HBC SBC F F F F CONF RES BUDGET PROCESS F F F F CONF BILL F F F F CONF BILL HOUSE SUBCOM SENATE SUBCOM HAC SAC APPROPRIATIONS BILL AUTHORIZATION BILL HASC SASC SUBCOM HASC SASC SUBCOM Notional Defense Appropriations Legislative Calendar SECDEF, CJCS, & CINC TESTIMONY F Floor Vote CONF CONFERENCE PRESIDENT

15 PB Rollout Timeline  The President is required to submit his annual budget on or before the 1st Monday in February.  OSD and Service budget roll-out briefings to media.  Budget Justification Material (J-Books) to the Defense Committees.  FMB budget roll-out briefings to Defense Committee Professional Staff Members (PSMs) and Military Legislative Assistants (MLAs): HASC, SASC, HAC-D, SAC-D, and CBO.  SECNAV, CNO, and CMC Posture Hearings: HASC, SASC, HAC-D, and SAC-D.  Program Briefings to Defense Committee PSMs and MLAs along with providing answers to Requests for Information (RFIs)

16 R&D: $19.3B Basic Research$0.6 Applied Research $0.6 Advance Tech Dev$0.7 Adv Component Dev $4.2 System Dev & Demo $8.0 Management Support $1.0 Ops Systems Dev $4.3 MilPers: $44.3B Basic Pays$17.6 Housing Allowance$6.7 Retired Pay Accrual$5.7 Health Accrual$3.3 Reserve Personnel$2.6 Special Pays$2.4 Subsistence$2.0 Allowances$1.0 Other $3.0 Procurement: $44.8B Aircraft $18.4 Ships$14.9 Weapons Procurement$3.5 Marine Corps Procurement$1.6 Ammunition Procurement$0.8 Other Navy Procurement$5.7 Infrastructure: $5.1B MILCON$3.8 BRAC$0.8 Family Housing$0.5 Navy Strength 324,400 Marine Corps 202,100 FY10: $156.4B $ Sustaining the Institution Maintaining the Edge FY 2010 Budget Breakdown (in billions) O&M: $42.9B Ship Ops$9.9 Base Support$6.9 Aviation Ops $5.7 Marine Corps O&M $5.5 Combat/Weapons Support$5.1 Service Wide Support$5.0 Training and Education$2.9 Reserve O&M$1.5 Environmental Restoration$0.3 Prevail in Current Conflicts Balanced Investment *Numbers may not add due to rounding

17 OCTOBER NOVEMBER DECEMBER BEGINNING OF FISCAL YEAR JANUARY FEBRUARY MARCH APRIL MAY JUNE JULY AUGUST SEPTEMBER CONGRESS CONVENES PRESIDENT SUBMITS BUDGET HBC SBC F F F F CONF RES BUDGET PROCESS F F F F CONF BILL F F F F CONF BILL HOUSE SUBCOM SENATE SUBCOM HAC SAC APPROPRIATIONS BILL AUTHORIZATION BILL HASC SASC SUBCOM HASC SASC SUBCOM Notional Defense Appropriations Legislative Calendar SECDEF, CJCS, & CINC TESTIMONY F Floor Vote CONF CONFERENCE PRESIDENT

18 Hearing Process  Witness provides written statement to the Committee before the hearing as part of the official record.  Hearing preparation sessions for the witnesses:  Acquisition Issues  I&E and M&RA Issues  Member Interest Grid and Probable Questions  SECNAV/CNO/CMC Office Calls with Chairman and Ranking of Committee prior to hearing.  QFRs/IFRs/Transcript resulting from the Hearing

19 QFRs and IFRs EXAMPLE

20 Program Briefs and RFIs

21 OCTOBER NOVEMBER DECEMBER BEGINNING OF FISCAL YEAR JANUARY FEBRUARY MARCH APRIL MAY JUNE JULY AUGUST SEPTEMBER CONGRESS CONVENES PRESIDENT SUBMITS BUDGET HBC SBC F F F F CONF RES BUDGET PROCESS F F F F CONF BILL F F F F CONF BILL HOUSE SUBCOM SENATE SUBCOM HAC SAC APPROPRIATIONS BILL AUTHORIZATION BILL HASC SASC SUBCOM HASC SASC SUBCOM Notional Defense Appropriations Legislative Calendar SECDEF, CJCS, & CINC TESTIMONY F Floor Vote CONF CONFERENCE PRESIDENT

22 Committee Markup H.R. XXXX A Bill REPORT OF THE COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS Provides lump-sum appropriation for each account Provides more detailed directions to the Department on the distribution of funding among various activities funded within an account

23 HAC-D and SAC-D Markup FY08 SCN Example EXAMPLE

24 Conference Appeals EXAMPLE

25 Conference Outcome EXAMPLE

26 Appropriations Status  FY09 OCO Request  American Recovery & Reinvestment Act  FY10 Defense Appropriations Bill  FY10 Military Construction Bill  FY10 OCO Request

27 Professional Staff Member balances competing interests & requirements against constrained top line. Constrained Top Line resulting from Budget Resolution and Authorization Act Industry Concerns via Lobbyists Member Interests President’s Budget Request Budget Books and Briefs Travel RFIs Personal Staff Interaction Member Interaction Industry Interaction Hearings Tools available to the staffer Hill Perspective FMBE

28 Main: (703) Fax: (703) Pentagon: 4C355 NAVY APPROPRIATIONS MATTERS OFFICE (FMBE) Ms. Pamela Harrison Congressional Travel Manager (703) (w) CDR Chad Jungbluth, USN Air Warfare: APN, R&D, OPN, SAP (703) (w), (703) (c) CDR Bill Pevey, USN Reserve Affairs (703) (w), (703) (c) CDR Bill Pevey, USN Reserve Affairs (703) (w), (703) (c) CDR Jeff Fatora, USN Submarine Warfare: SCN, R&D, OPN, INTEL Programs (703) (w), (703) (c) CDR Andrew Hascall, USN MILCON, BRAC, FHN, ERN Installation Issues (703) (w), (703) (c) CDR Andrew Hascall, USN MILCON, BRAC, FHN, ERN Installation Issues (703) (w), (703) (c) LCDR Tadd Gorman, USN Surface Warfare: SCN, R&D, OPN, NECC, MSC, Amphib SCN (703) (w), (703) (c) LCDR Tadd Gorman, USN Surface Warfare: SCN, R&D, OPN, NECC, MSC, Amphib SCN (703) (w), (703) (c) CDR Steven Wyss, USN OMN, WPN, Aircraft Carrier SCN, NWCF (703) (w), (703) (c) CDR Steven Wyss, USN OMN, WPN, Aircraft Carrier SCN, NWCF (703) (w), (703) (c) LCDR Chris Gavino, USN R&D, NGEN, C4ISR, Space, HAC S&I (703) (w), (703) (c) LCDR Chris Gavino, USN R&D, NGEN, C4ISR, Space, HAC S&I (703) (w), (703) (c) LCDR Joseph Furco, USN MPN, PANMC (703) (w), (c) LCDR Joseph Furco, USN MPN, PANMC (703) (w), (c) Ms. Debbie Ogledzinski Congressional Support Branch Head (703) (w), (703) (c) CAPT Tom Carney, USN Director (703) (w), (c) CAPT Tom McGovern, USN Deputy Director (703) (w), (703) (c) Lt Col Jennifer Carter, USMC USMC Matters (703) (w), (703) (c) Maj Bill Ma, USMC USMC Matters (703) (w), (703) (c) Maj Bill Ma, USMC USMC Matters (703) (w), (703) (c) YN2(SW) LaToya A. McToy, USN Logistics and Administration (703) (w), (c) (703) YN2(SW) LaToya A. McToy, USN Logistics and Administration (703) (w), (c) (703) LT Stephen Marty, USN Medical Affairs (703) (w), ( 703) (c) LT Stephen Marty, USN Medical Affairs (703) (w), ( 703) (c)

29 Questions?


Download ppt "Navy Appropriations Matters Office (FMBE) CAPT Tom McGovern – Deputy Director Appropriations Process."

Similar presentations


Ads by Google