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1 Scenario 2.0 Comprehensive and Committee Support Tables “Demonstrate the tool’s ability to collect the data needed to produce a Comprehensive (Comp) Table and how the various Bureau Comp Tables can be consolidated to produce a Committee Support Table.” 1

2 2.1 Demonstrate that budget authority and FTE data can be tracked by varying levels of detail (e.g., OMB Account, Treasury Account, Appropriation, Budget Activity, Sub-Activity, Program, and Project/Line Item). BFEM Methods Hierarchy Org Structure Reports 2 Customers using Method State Treasury DHS House of Reps CNCS ACF USAID Demonstration State: Tracking at various levels

3 3 2.1 Demonstrate that budget authority and FTE data can be tracked by varying levels of detail (e.g., OMB Account, Treasury Account, Appropriation, Budget Activity, Sub-Activity, Program, and Project/Line Item) Tracking funds/positions at various levels – via the User Interface Bureau-Level data Account-Level data

4 4 2.1 Demonstrate that budget authority and FTE data can be tracked by varying levels of detail (e.g., OMB Account, Treasury Account, Appropriation, Budget Activity, Sub-Activity, Program, and Project/Line Item) Tracking based on grouping accounts This example shows fee accounts

5 5 2.1 Demonstrate that budget authority and FTE data can be tracked by varying levels of detail (e.g., OMB Account, Treasury Account, Appropriation, Budget Activity, Sub-Activity, Program, and Project/Line Item) Tracking based on modifications A report that shows all modifications

6 6 2.1 Demonstrate that budget authority and FTE data can be tracked by varying levels of detail (e.g., OMB Account, Treasury Account, Appropriation, Budget Activity, Sub-Activity, Program, and Project/Line Item) Tracking of crosscuts at various levels This accounts are summed in this report These accounts are summed in this report

7 2.2 Demonstrate the tool’s ability to assign attributes to data (e.g., to a particular fund type, departmental crosscut, as mandatory/discretionary, as an earmark, etc.). BFEM Methods Create and assign GDPs Mod Types Allocations Generic Attributes 7 Customers using Method All BFEM Customers, when applicable Demonstration Treasury: GDP variations by Approps, Non Approps, Credit Bureaus

8 8 2.2 Demonstrate the tool’s ability to assign attributes to data (e.g., to a particular fund type, departmental crosscut, as mandatory/discretionary, as an earmark, etc.) Adding attributes to modifications, funding types, crosscuts, etc. Demonstration

9 2.3 Demonstrate that data can be collected at the dollar level, but reported as dollars in thousands or millions depending on the report requirements. BFEM Methods Data Load / Configuration 9 Customers using Method All BFEM Customers, various collection methods. Demonstration House of Reps: Screen shot of whole dollars in UI and Overview Tables in dollars in thousands)

10 Demonstrate that data can be collected at the dollar level, but reported as dollars in thousands or millions depending on the report requirements Data can be reported as required House of Representatives collects $s in whole numbers. House of Representatives reports $s in thousands.

11 2.4 Demonstrate the tool’s ability to collect and report on fixed costs (e.g., salary, benefits, unemployment, rents, Departmental Working Capital Fund charges, etc.). BFEM Methods Modification Type with Preconfigured Modification Names 11 Customers using Method State Treasury House of Reps Demonstration State: Fixed costs

12 Demonstrate the tool’s ability to collect and report on fixed costs (e.g., salary, benefits, unemployment, rents, Departmental Working Capital Fund charges, etc.) Modifications can be collected and reported on any type of cost Adding a modification Reporting on Costs

13 2.5 Demonstrate the tool’s ability to capture data and report at the object class level if required. BFEM Methods Collect and Report by Allocation Collect and Report by Modification 13 Customers using Method State Treasury CNCS DHS House of Reps Demonstration State: BOC crosscut

14 Demonstrate the tool’s ability to capture data and report at the object class level if required. Typical BOC Crosscut user interface The Budget Object Class is collected for most accounts

15 2.6 Demonstrate the tool’s ability to capture comments/explanatory information when modifying a record. BFEM Methods Add comment via Add Modification screen 15 Customers using Method All BFEM Customers, various collection methods. Demonstration State: Add modification

16 Demonstrate the tool’s ability to capture comments/explanatory information when modifying a record Text can be associated with each modification

17 2.7 Given that requirements change from submission to submission, demonstrate and/or discuss how an authorized user would add/remove/modify records on the fly. BFEM Methods User defined configuration of : – Organizations – Modifications – GDPs – Allocations – Generic Attributes – Security Assignments Customer Administrator to make changes for some report types Add and Edit Doc Templates 17 Customers using Method All BFEM Customers Demonstration State: Flexibility of all entities

18 Given that requirements change from submission to submission, demonstrate and/or discuss how an authorized user would add/remove/modify records on the fly Text can be associated with each modification Demonstration Text can be associated with each bureau

19 2.8 Demonstrate that the tool supports the creation of custom data elements that the Department or subordinate organizations (Bureaus and/or Programs) may use for budget formulation. BFEM Methods User defined configuration of : – Modifications – GDPs – Allocations – Generic Attributes – Security Assignments on the org 19 Customers using Method All BFEM Customers Demonstration State: Customizing Entities

20 Demonstrate that the tool supports the creation of custom data elements that the Department or subordinate organizations (Bureaus and/or Programs) may use for budget formulation Modify Org Structure Modify Modifications Modify GDPs Modify Allocations

21 2.9 Demonstrate how Bureau Comp Table data can be consolidated to produce a Committee Support Table; demonstrate how additional records, such as offsets, can be added to the database at any level of detail and be included in the Committee Support Table (e.g., net receipt sharing, changes in mandatory programs, etc.). BFEM Methods Currently: – Crosstab Reports – Java Reports Will be: XML Reports 21 Customers using Method All BFEM Customers, when applicable Demonstration State DOJ Forest Service

22 Demonstrate how Bureau Comp Table data can be consolidated to produce a Committee Support Table; demonstrate how additional records, such as offsets, can be added to the database at any level of detail and be included in the Committee Support Table (e.g., net receipt sharing, changes in mandatory programs, etc.). Demonstration Modifications and fund types can be added at any level


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