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Unobligated and unexpended balances in the Department of Defense budget

Unobligated and unexpended balances in the Department of Defense budget

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Published by Congressional Research Service, Library of Congress in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States. -- Dept. of Defense -- Appropriations and expenditures -- Statistics,
  • United States -- Appropriations and expenditures -- Statistics,
  • United States -- Armed Forces -- Procurement

  • Edition Notes

    StatementAlice C. Maroni
    GenreStatistics
    SeriesReport -- no. 85-567 F, Report (Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service) -- no. 85-567 F, Major studies and issue briefs of the Congressional Research Service -- 1985-1986, reel 5, fr. 000605
    ContributionsLibrary of Congress. Congressional Research Service
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination10 p.
    Number of Pages10
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15454443M

      Carryover is the process by which unobligated funds remaining at the end of a budget period may be carried forward to the next budget period to cover allowable costs in that budget period. The carryover of funds enables grantees to use unexpended prior year grant funds in the current budget /post-award-grants-administration/carryover-unobligated-funds.   The pre-closing unexpended balances provided through GTAS agree with the ending balances shown on the CARS/GWA Account Statement for September. The pre-closing balances cannot be changed in GTAS. Agencies should verify reported data immediately to assure that appropriations of fund symbols and pre-closing unexpended balances presented in GTAS

      The Defense-wide account, colloquially known as the Fourth Estate, provides funds for all DoD activities that do not fall under one of the military services, including the Office of the Secretary of Defense, the Joint Staff, Special Operations Command (SOCOM), and defense agencies and field activities like the Missile Defense Agency (MDA), the Defense Health Agency (DHA), and the Defense View Caroline M. BUMED Frazier’s profile on LinkedIn, the world's largest professional community. Caroline M. BUMED has 1 job listed on their profile. See the complete profile on LinkedIn and

      Department of Defense Balances ­ DoD Obligated and Unobligated Balances by Appropriation Category Procurement Appropriations, Unobligated Balances {Exel. FMS) and TOA­ Variances from FY Estimates: Direct Obligations Room/Acquisition_Budget_and. Under the accounting code "" these funds are documented — in detail — in every department and agency budget. For the current fiscal year, there is over $ billion in "" unexpended, unobligated balances in the Defense Department ://


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Unobligated and unexpended balances in the Department of Defense budget Download PDF EPUB FB2

Total unexpended balances at the end of to be carried forward to is estimated to be $2, billion. Of this amount, 61% or $1, billion is estimated to be obligated, and 39% or $   Department of Defense unobligated balances of budget authority for military activities grew from $ billion at the end of fiscal year to $ billion at the end of fiscal year (See pa GAO was asked a series of specific questions about Defense's balances and the possible reasons for growth.

The following is a summary of the Get this from a library. Unobligated and unexpended balances in the Department of Defense budget: a brief review. [Alice C Maroni; Library of Congress. Congressional Research Service.]   Department of Defense, Fiscal Year Budget Overview DoD ($ in billions) in the FY President’s Budget.

Military Department support of MTFs is scheduled to end in October and will be The AF Reserve is committed to reducing the unexpended/unobligated balances occurring • The Department of Defense is committed to reducing the unexpended/unobligated balances occurring annually in the military personnel appropriations.

As part of the FY   view of unobligated balances in civil agencies for fiscal years through This study provides a perspective from whici, uoth civil and defense balances can be viewed. A closely related study (Analysis of Department of Defense Unobligated Budget Authority, PAD   Unobligated Balances, New Obligational Resources, and Obligations - FY Unexpended Balances, New Expendable Resources, and Outlays - FY o This section contains a summary of Department of Defense budget estimates in terms of total obligational authority (TOA), budget authority (BA), and outlays.

The Department is committed to reducing the unexpended/unobligated balances occurring annually in the military personnel appropriation. As part of the FY budget formulation, the military personnel budget estimates were reduced by over $ million for historical unexpended/unobligated ://?ver=    Unobligated Balances, New Obligational Resources, and Obligations - FY Unexpended Balances, New Expendable Resources, and Outlays - FY This section contains a summary of Department of Defense budget estimates in terms of total obligational authority (TOA), budget authority (BA), and outlays.

F. FY / FY Rates: The Department of Defense FY / FY Department of Defense Outlay Rates (Base and OCO) FY / FY Department of Defense Obligation Rates (Base and OCO) G. Obligations and Unobligated Balances: Appropriation Account (FAD ) FY Actual Base and OCO, FY Base and OCO Enacted, FY Base Request   The President requests $ billion in discretionary appropriations for the Department of Education in fiscal yearan $8 billion or 12 percent reduction below the annualized Continuing Resolution (CR) level.

The President’s Budget Request includes the cancellation $ billion of unobligated balances in the Pell Grant ://   Carryover is the process by which unobligated funds remaining at the end of a budget period may be carried forward to cover allowable costs in the next budget period.

The carryover of funds enables recipients to use unexpended prior year grant funds in another budget   Specifically, Mr. Stratton takes issue with the question of “unobligated” and “unexpended” balances in the defense budget, arguing that such balances are the inevitable product of the time   The Department is committed to reducing the unexpended/unobligated balances occurring annually in the military personnel appropriation.

As part of the FY budget formulation, the military personnel budget estimates were reduced by over $ million in FY - FY for historical unexpended/unobligated ://?ver=   both accounts (P.L. ), cancelling balances five years after budget authorities expire—regardless of whether obligated or unobligated.

Sections of P.L. imposed a framework for DOD’s management of appropriations accounts over multiple fiscal years. Obligations Increase in September   a major study of unexpended budget authority in the Defense Department, including foreign military sales activities.

We reported to you in our Septemtestimony before the task force, and in our Janureport, "Anal- ysis of Department of Defense Unobligated Budget Authority,"   unobligated funds from the prior budget year; c. A cost break-down for each activity requiring the carryover of funds; and d.

SF A reflecting how those costs will be allocated. A revised budget worksheet (OMB SFA, Budget Information), which should include the following information: :// 3 U. Congress, Senate. Department of Defense Appro - priations for Hearings before the Subcommittee of the Committee on Appropriations on H.

85th Congress, First Session, p. Washington: G-overnment Printing Office, as earlier indicated, is the accumulation of large unobligated balances at the end of the fiscal   (unexpended balances) as of January 6,were $ billion less than those estimated as of February 4, For the fiscal year unexpended and unobligated balance estimate, the January esti- mate is $ billion less than the February estimate.

Since DOD'S estimated and actual unexpended and unobligated balances for The Department is committed to reducing the unexpended/unobligated balances occurring annually in the military personnel appropriations. As part of the budget formulation, the military personnel.

DEFENSE PENTAGON WASHINGTON, DC SEP 1 0 MEMORANDUM FOR: SEE DISTRIBUTION SUBJECT: Department of Defense Management of Unobligated Funds; Obligation Rate Tenets The purpose of this memorandum is to address a long-standing Department of Defense (DOD) problem regarding the way we manage unobligated Memo_DoD Mgt of Unobligated Funds_Obligation Rate Tenets.

Resolution, and estimates of the Department’s March 1, unobligated balances. This report shows the new budget authority from the enacted FY Department of Defense and Military Construction Appropriation Bills and from the Disaster Relief Appropriations Act of as adjusted by various provisions contained in those  Department of Defense Agency Financial Report for FY Unexpended Appropriations Beginning Balances (Includes Funds from Dedicated Collections – Unobligated balance from prior year budget authority, net, Appropriations (discretionary and mandatory),