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1Appropriations Process Navy Appropriations Matters Office (FMBE) CAPT Tom McGovern – Deputy Director
2FMBE Charter On behalf of ASN(FM&C), the Appropriations Matters Office –On behalf of ASN(FM&C), the Appropriations Matters Office(FMBE) coordinates all matters related to the House and SenateAppropriations Subcommittees on Defense and Military Construction.Required by legislative direction since 1983 to be separate fromOLA:“The Committee directs that the budget liaison structure be returned to astatus independent from legislative liaison influence and control andgiven the authority and manpower to respond directly to theCommittee’s factual information requirements”.
3Appropriations Committee Leadership Senate Committee on Appropriations (SAC)House Committee on Appropriations (HAC)Subcommittee on Defense (SAC-D)David R. Obey (D-WI) ChairmanJerry Lewis (R-CA)RankingSubcommittee on Defense (HAC-D)Daniel K. Inouye (D-HI) ChairmanThad Cochran (R-MS)RankingJohn P. Murtha (D-PA) ChairmanC.W. Bill Young (R-FL)Ranking
6Appropriations (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) ChairmanKay Bailey Hutchison (R-TX) RankingChet Edwards (D-TX) ChairmanZach 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.
8The Appropriations Process Budget Resolution – Sets Spending LimitsSets 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 floorsNo Budget/Outlay Authority with Budget ResolutionAuthorization Act – Authorizes AppropriationsEstablishes, 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 ActOLAAppropriations ActProvides new budget authority for the program, activity, or agency previously authorized.Congress is not required to provide appropriations for an authorized program.FMBE
9Types of Appropriations Measures Regular Appropriations BillsProvides 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.Continuing ResolutionsIf regular bills are not enacted by the deadline, Congress adopts continuing resolutions (CR) to continue funding generally until regular bills are enacted.Supplemental BillsConsidered later and provide additional appropriations.
10Appropriations Process PRESIDENT’S BUDGET1st Monday in FebruaryHOUSE APPROPRIATIONS COMMITTEEHOUSE BUDGET COMMITTEESENTATE BUDGET COMMITTEESENATE APPROPRATIONS COMMITTEE12 SUBCOMMITTEESHearingsCommittee MarkupHouse Passed ResolutionHearingsCommittee MarkupSenate Passed Resolution12 SUBCOMMITTEESHearingsHearings302(b) Allocation302(b) AllocationCONFERENCESubcommittee MarkupDISCRETIONARY SPENDING CAPS302(a) AllocationFull Committee MarkupSubcommittee MarkupHouse Rules CommitteeFull Committee MarkupHouse FloorRefer to SenateSenate FloorAgree to ConferenceInstruct ConfereesAppoint ConfereesRequest ConferenceAppoint ConfereesConference: Report back to House and Senate on disposition of amendmentsHouse and Senate Passed Conference ReportSent to President for Signature: October 1
11Support President’s Budget request with Appropriations Committees FMBE RoleSupport President’s Budget request with Appropriations CommitteesAssist in formulation of Congressional Budget Engagement StrategySupport Budget Hearings and Congressional TestimonyAid in preparation of Program Budget BriefsRespond to Defense and Military Construction Subcommittee requests for program informationCoordinate Navy appeals for Authorization and Appropriation committee adjustments to President’s Budget requestCoordinate and execute travel for subcommittee members, professional staff members, and associate staff membersWe DO NOT:Lobby
12Budget Formulation & Execution Process FMBE FocusPLANNINGPROGRAMMINGBUDGETINGNMSDCPAM ANALYSESSUMMARY CPAMSPPT-POMPOMOSDREVIEWDECISION(PDM)OSD/OMBBUDGETSUBMITDECISIONS(PBD)PRES.CONGRESSAPPROPRIATIONCPAMISSUESEXCUTFY/FY/FY/FY/FY/FYCINCsAGENCIESSERVICESWORLDSITUATIONNAT’l POLICYFY (FY)NAVYPREPARATION& REVIEWPPBE FlowJSR/JPD* IWARANALYSES* IWAR DEVELOPMENT CONTINUOUSDPG/FGProgrammingGuidanceSTRATEGIC VISION(CSPG)/LRPO
13Execution/Budget/Program Events Program/Budget Review – FY 2011Legendp Secretariatp Marine Corpsp Navyp DON/OSD/OMB ReviewSRB Deputies Brief (tbd)SRB ASNs/GC Brief (tbd)Service POM Briefs to DAWGSRB SECNAV Brief (tbd)Submit to OSD / Issue ControlsPOM Brief to SN (7/?)Issue Controls (6/1)POM Brief to SN (7/?)Sponsor Program Proposals (5/22 – 6/1)Program ReviewBudget Exhibits Due (7/6)Final DecisionsBudget ReviewLeadership Updates (7/6 – 7/29)PBCGs (6/23 – 7/24)Budget LockQDR issues decisions (6/1)OSD Budget Justification Books SubmitOSD Fiscal Guidance (7/?)Congressional Review – FY 2010 President’s BudgetPresidents Budget Submission (5/6)Authorization Conference (7/?)HASC Posture Hearing (5/14)Appeals Process (6/?)Authorization Bills (9/?)HASC Markup (6/17)SASC Posture Hearing (6/4)SASC Markup (6/22)SAC-D Posture Hearing (6/2)HAC-D Posture Hearing (6/3)Appropriation Conferences (9/?)HAC Markup (6/22)Appropriation Bills (9/?)HAC-M Hearing (5/6)SAC Markup (7/27)Slide shows events occurring in 3 different fiscal yearsIn FY 2007 we are executing the program, conducting a midyear execution review and will be preparing an Omnibus reprogramming based on the results of this reviewFY 2008 is on the Hill and we will work to defend the request and prepare appeals to proposed adverse adjustments.The FY 2009 schedule shows the OSD proposed timelines and the corresponding DON actions. It is enlarged on the next slideSAC-M Hearing (5/19)Appeals Process (8/?)Current Year Execution – FY 2009Next Year ExecutionFY09 OCO Hearings (tbd)Ops/Pers Midyear Review (4/22 – 5/4)Investment/Development Midyear Review (4/17 – 5/18)NWCF 3rd Qtr ReviewOSD Midyear ReviewNWCF 2nd Qtr ReviewApportionment ReviewIssue New FY AllocationsIndividual ReprogrammingsOmnibus Reprogramming toUSD(C) (5/15)Omnibus Reprogramming ImplementationMarAugSepOctNovMayJunJulAprDec13
15PB Rollout TimelineThe 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)
16FY 2010 Budget Breakdown (in billions) MilPers: $44.3BBasic Pays $17.6Housing Allowance $6.7Retired Pay Accrual $5.7Health Accrual $3.3Reserve Personnel $2.6Special Pays $2.4Subsistence $2.0Allowances $1.0Other $3.0Procurement: $44.8BAircraft $18.4Ships $14.9Weapons Procurement $3.5Marine Corps Procurement $1.6Ammunition Procurement $0.8Other Navy Procurement $5.7Balanced Investment$Navy Strength 324,400Marine Corps 202,100FY10: $156.4BR&D: $19.3BBasic Research $0.6Applied Research $0.6Advance Tech Dev $0.7Adv Component Dev $4.2System Dev & Demo $8.0Management Support $1.0Ops Systems Dev $4.3O&M: $42.9BShip Ops $9.9Base Support $6.9Aviation Ops $5.7Marine Corps O&M $5.5Combat/Weapons Support $5.1Service Wide Support $5.0Training and Education $2.9Reserve O&M $1.5Environmental Restoration $0.3Infrastructure: $5.1BMILCON $3.8BRAC $0.8Family Housing $0.5Prevail in Current ConflictsSustaining the InstitutionMaintaining the Edge*Numbers may not add due to rounding16
18Hearing ProcessWitness provides written statement to the Committee before the hearing as part of the official record.Hearing preparation sessions for the witnesses:Acquisition IssuesI&E and M&RA IssuesMember Interest Grid and Probable QuestionsSECNAV/CNO/CMC Office Calls with Chairman and Ranking of Committee prior to hearing.QFRs/IFRs/Transcript resulting from the Hearing
22COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS Committee MarkupH.R. XXXXA BillREPORTOF THECOMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONSProvides more detailed directions to the Department on the distribution of funding among various activities funded within an accountProvides lump-sumappropriation for each account
26Appropriations Status FY09 OCO RequestAmerican Recovery & Reinvestment ActFY10 Defense Appropriations BillFY10 Military Construction BillFY10 OCO RequestNote: CR expires ~18 November
27Hill PerspectiveProfessional Staff Member balances competing interests & requirements against constrained top line.Member InterestsTools available to the stafferIndustry Concerns via LobbyistsConstrained Top Line resulting from Budget Resolution and Authorization ActIndustry InteractionMember InteractionPersonal Staff InteractionBudget Books and BriefsHearingsFMBEPresident’s Budget RequestRFIsTravel
28NAVY APPROPRIATIONS MATTERS OFFICE (FMBE) CAPT Tom Carney, USNDirector(703) (w), (c)CAPT Tom McGovern, USNDeputy Director(703) (w), (703) (c)CDR Chad Jungbluth, USNAir Warfare: APN, R&D, OPN, SAP(703) (w), (703) (c)Ms. Debbie OgledzinskiCongressional Support Branch Head(703) (w), (703) (c)CDR Bill Pevey, USNReserve Affairs(703) (w), (703) (c)Ms. Pamela HarrisonCongressional Travel Manager(703) (w)CDR Jeff Fatora, USNSubmarine Warfare: SCN, R&D, OPN,INTEL Programs(703) (w), (703) (c)CDR Andrew Hascall, USNMILCON, BRAC, FHN, ERNInstallation Issues(703) (w), (703) (c)YN2(SW) LaToya A. McToy, USNLogistics and Administration(703) (w), (c) (703)LCDR Tadd Gorman, USNSurface Warfare: SCN, R&D, OPN,NECC, MSC, Amphib SCN(703) (w), (703) (c)CDR Steven Wyss, USNOMN, WPN, Aircraft Carrier SCN, NWCF(703) (w), (703) (c)Lt Col Jennifer Carter, USMCUSMC Matters(703) (w), (703) (c)LCDR Joseph Furco, USNMPN, PANMC(703) (w), (c)LCDR Chris Gavino, USNR&D, NGEN, C4ISR, Space, HAC S&I(703) (w), (703) (c)Maj Bill Ma, USMCUSMC Matters(703) (w), (703) (c)LT Stephen Marty, USNMedical Affairs(703) (w), ( 703) (c)Main: (703)Fax: (703) Pentagon: 4C355