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DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY DEPARTMENTAL OFFICES  68.90  Spending authority from offsetting collections (total) ...........................................................  Federal Funds  19  36  36  70.00  Total new budget authority (gross) ..........................  125  142  157  Change in unpaid obligations: Unpaid obligations, start of year: 72.40 Obligated balance: Appropriation ............................. 72.95 Orders on hand from Federal sources ......................  15 14  34 11  39 11  29 127 ¥111  45 146 ¥141  50 157 ¥156  74.40 74.95  Total unpaid obligations, start of year ................ New obligations ............................................................. Total outlays (gross) ...................................................... Unpaid obligations, end of year: Obligated balance: Appropriation ............................. Orders on hand from Federal sources ......................  34 11  39 11  39 11  74.99  Total unpaid obligations, end of year ..................  45  50  50  86.90 86.93 86.97  Outlays (gross), detail: Outlays from new current authority .............................. Outlays from current balances ...................................... Outlays from new permanent authority .........................  93 4 14  95 10 36  109 11 36  87.00  Total outlays (gross) .................................................  111  141  156  General and special funds: SALARIES  AND  EXPENSES  For necessary expenses of the Departmental Offices including operation and maintenance of the Treasury Building and Annex; hire of passenger motor vehicles; maintenance, repairs, and improvements of, and purchase of commercial insurance policies for, real properties leased or owned overseas, when necessary for the performance of official business; not to exceed $2,900,000 for official travel expenses; not to exceed ø$2,950,000¿ $2,639,000 to remain available until expended for information technology modernization requirements; not to exceed $150,000 for official reception and representation expenses; not to exceed $258,000 for unforeseen emergencies of a confidential nature, to be allocated and expended under the direction of the Secretary of the Treasury and to be accounted for solely on his certificate; ø$105,929,000, of which up to $500,000 shall be available to reimburse the District of Columbia Metropolitan Police Department for personnel costs incurred by the Metropolitan Police Department between May 19, 1995 and September 30, 1995 as a result of the closing to vehicular traffic of Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest and other streets in the vicinity of the White House: Provided, That section 640 of title VI of the Treasury, Postal Service and General Government Appropriations Act, 1995 (Public Law 103–329, 108 Stat. 2432), is amended by adding at the end thereof the following new sentence: ‘‘This section shall not apply to any claim where the employee has received any compensation for overtime hours worked during the period covered by the claim under any other provision of law, including, but not limited to, 5 U.S.C. 5545(c), or to any claim for compensation for time spent commuting between the employee’s residence and duty station.’’¿ $120,577,000. (Treasury Department Appropriations Act, 1996.) Program and Financing (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  Identification code 20–0101–0–1–803  Obligations by program activity: Direct program: 00.01 Secretarial policy and program development ........... 00.02 International affairs .................................................. 00.03 Departmental management and administration ...... 00.04 Buildings and maintenance operations .................... 00.05 Repairs and improvements .......................................  39 21 36 11 1  1996 est.  1997 est.  39 48 20 19 36 39 14 15 1 ...................  00.91 01.01  Total direct program ............................................. Reimbursable program ..................................................  108 19  110 36  121 36  10.00  Total obligations ........................................................  127  146  157  Budgetary resources available for obligation: Unobligated balance available, start of year: Fund balance ...................................................................... 22.00 New budget authority (gross) ........................................  6 125  4 ................... 142 157  ejoyner on DSK30MW082PROD with MISCELLANEOUS  21.90  23.90 23.95 24.90  Total budgetary resources available for obligation New obligations ............................................................. Unobligated balance available, end of year: Fund balance ......................................................................  131 ¥127  146 ¥146  157 ¥157  4 ................... ...................  New budget authority (gross), detail: Current: 40.00 Appropriation ............................................................. 42.00 Transferred from other accounts ..............................  105 106 121 1 ................... ...................  43.00  106  68.00 68.10  Appropriation (total) ............................................. Permanent: Spending authority from offsetting collections: Spending authority from offsetting collections— Federal .............................................................. Change in orders on hand from Federal sources  VerDate Sep 11 2014  13:21 Nov 02, 2016  Jkt 059060  106  121  22 36 36 ¥3 ................... ................... PO 00000  Frm 00001  Fmt 3616  72.99 73.10 73.20  Offsets: Against gross budget authority and outlays: 88.00 Offsetting collections (cash) from: Federal sources 88.95 Change in orders on hand from Federal sources .........  89.00 90.00  Net budget authority and outlays: Budget authority ............................................................ Outlays ...........................................................................  ¥22 ¥36 ¥36 3 ................... ...................  106 87  106 105  121 120  Departmental Offices’ function in the Treasury Department is to provide basic support to the Secretary of the Treasury, who is the chief operating executive of the Department. The Secretary of the Treasury maintains the primary role in formulating and managing the domestic and international tax and financial policies of the Federal Government. The Secretary’s responsibilities funded by the Salaries and Expenses appropriation include: recommending and implementing United States domestic and international economic and tax policy; fiscal policy; governing the fiscal operations of the Government; maintaining foreign assets control; managing the public debt; overseeing the major law enforcement functions carried out by the Treasury Department; managing development financial policy; representing the United States on international monetary, trade and investment issues; overseeing Treasury Department overseas operations; and directing the administrative operations of the Treasury Department. In support of the Secretary, the Salaries and Expenses appropriation provides resources for policy formulation and implementation in the areas of domestic and international financial, investment, tax, economic, trade and financial operations and general fiscal policy. This appropriation also provides resources for administrative support to the Secretary and policy components, and coordination of Departmental administrative policies in financial and personnel management, procurement operations, and automated information systems and telecommunications. The Salaries and Expenses appropriation funds the following major activities: Secretarial policy and program development.—This activity includes the immediate offices of the Secretary and Deputy Secretary, as well as policy offices responsible for policy management and intelligence support, foreign assets control, legal counsel, Treasury law enforcement, domestic and international tax policy, legislative affairs, public affairs, domestic Sfmt 3616  C:\ERIC\TRE.XXX  TRE  785  786  DEPARTMENTAL OFFICES—Continued Federal Funds—Continued  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1997  General and special funds—Continued SALARIES  AND  EXPENSES—Continued  finance policy, economic policy, general fiscal policy and debt management. Performance Objectives: Develop effective Federal government borrowing options. Promote more effective enforcement of trade laws. Improve coordination of Federal, State, local and international enforcement efforts. 1995  Performance Measures: Percentage of Daily Cash and Debt Position Reports issued on time ............................................................................... Percentage of total backlog of financial transfer applications in the Office of Foreign Assets Control reduced  1996 est.  1997 est.  NA  95  95  NA  NA  10  International affairs.—This activity covers a wide range of policy development and analysis functions involving international trade, investment, and monetary affairs, development financing and debt policy, economic issues including resource and commodity policy, balance of payments, and major reports of economic data. In 1994, the International Affairs appropriation was merged with Salaries and Expenses. Performance Objectives: Reduce export financing subsidies and associated trade aid distortions. Increase leveraging of Export-Import Bank resources. Improve access of U.S. financial services institutions to foreign markets. Promote the implementation of newly accepted multilateral development bank policies in bank operations. Departmental management and administration.—This activity provides support services associated with general administrative management, oversight of Treasury bureaus, and the administration of Departmental Offices’ function. These responsibilities include: financial management, personnel management, program and management analysis, procurement operations, telecommunication and information systems, equal employment opportunity programs, automated systems development and management, and other administrative activities. 1995  ejoyner on DSK30MW082PROD with MISCELLANEOUS  Performance Measures: Percent compliance with Government Performance and Results Act ............................................................................. Percent of information systems with positive cost-benefit ratios ..................................................................................  1996 est.  11.9 12.1 13.0 21.0 23.1 23.2 23.3  Total personnel compensation ......................... Civilian personnel benefits ....................................... Benefits for former personnel ................................... Travel and transportation of persons ....................... Rental payments to GSA ........................................... Rental payments to others ........................................ Communications, utilities, and miscellaneous charges ................................................................. Printing and reproduction ......................................... Other services ............................................................ Supplies and materials ............................................. Equipment ................................................................. Land and structures ..................................................  24.0 25.2 26.0 31.0 32.0 99.0 99.0 99.5 99.9  Total obligations ........................................................  100  NA  90  95  Performance Objective: Streamline financial management reporting requirements. Buildings maintenance and operations.—Under the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 1949 (as amended), the Treasury Department has direct operational control over the Main Treasury Building and Annex. Services that otherwise would be provided by the General Services Administration (such as maintenance and utility services) are provided for Treasury directly through the Salaries and Expenses appropriation. This activity includes the staff and funding needed to conduct these operations. Repairs and improvements.—This activity includes the program for repairs and selected improvements to maintain the Main Treasury and Annex buildings. Beginning in FY 1996 funds for Repairs and Improvements were provided by separate appropriation. Object Classification (in millions of dollars)  127  7 7 2 2 16 19 2 3 4 5 1 ................... 110 35 1  121 34 2  146  157  Personnel Summary 1995 actual  Identification code 20–0101–0–1–803  Direct: Total compensable workyears: 1001 Full-time equivalent employment 1005 Full-time equivalent of overtime Reimbursable: Total compensable workyears: 2001 Full-time equivalent employment 2005 Full-time equivalent of overtime  1996 est.  1997 est.  .............................. and holiday hours  974 10  996 10  1,025 10  .............................. and holiday hours  124 2  166 3  160 3  f  OFFICE  OF  INSPECTOR GENERAL  SALARIES AND EXPENSES  For necessary expenses of the Office of Inspector General in carrying out the provisions of the Inspector General Act of 1978, as amended, hire of passenger motor vehicles; not to exceed $2,000,000 for official travel expenses; not to exceed $100,000 for unforeseen emergencies of a confidential nature, to be allocated and expended under the direction of the Inspector General of the Treasury; ø$29,319,000¿ $30,153,000. (Treasury Department Appropriations Act, 1996.) Program and Financing (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  Identification code 20–0106–0–1–803  25  7 2 16 2 2 1  Subtotal, direct obligations .................................. 108 Reimbursable obligations .............................................. 19 Below reporting threshold .............................................. ...................  1997 est.  NA  61 62 66 13 13 14 1 ................... ................... 1 2 3 1 ................... 1 1 1 1  1996 est.  1997 est.  00.01 01.01  Obligations by program activity: Inspector General: Direct program ................................ Reimbursable program ..................................................  30 2  29 5  30 6  10.00  Total obligations ........................................................  32  34  36  Budgetary resources available for obligation: Unobligated balance available, start of year: Uninvested balance ................................................... 22.00 New budget authority (gross) ........................................  1 32  1 34  1 36  33 ¥32  35 ¥34  37 ¥36  1  1  1  30  29  30  2  5  6  Total new budget authority (gross) ..........................  32  34  36  Change in unpaid obligations: Unpaid obligations, start of year: Obligated balance: Appropriation ............................................................. 73.10 New obligations ............................................................. 73.20 Total outlays (gross) ...................................................... 74.40 Unpaid obligations, end of year: Obligated balance: Appropriation .............................................................  4 32 ¥30  7 34 ¥34  7 36 ¥36  7  7  7  26  25  24  21.40  23.90 23.95 24.40  Total budgetary resources available for obligation New obligations ............................................................. Unobligated balance available, end of year: Uninvested balance ...................................................  New budget authority (gross), detail: Current: 40.00 Appropriation ............................................................. Permanent: 68.00 Spending authority from offsetting collections: Offsetting collections (cash) ..................................... 70.00  72.40  1995 actual  Identification code 20–0101–0–1–803  11.1 11.3 11.5 11.8  Direct obligations: Personnel compensation: Full-time permanent ............................................. Other than full-time permanent ........................... Other personnel compensation ............................. Special personal services payments ....................  VerDate Sep 11 2014  13:21 Nov 02, 2016  Jkt 059060  1996 est.  1997 est.  56 59 62 2 2 2 2 1 2 1 ................... ................... PO 00000  Frm 00002  Fmt 3616  86.90  Outlays (gross), detail: Outlays from new current authority ..............................  Sfmt 3643  C:\ERIC\TRE.XXX  TRE  DEPARTMENTAL OFFICES—Continued Federal Funds—Continued  DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY 86.93 86.97  Outlays from current balances ...................................... Outlays from new permanent authority .........................  2 2  4 5  6 6  87.00  Total outlays (gross) .................................................  30  34  36  Personnel Summary 1995 actual  Identification code 20–0106–0–1–803  Offsets: Against gross budget authority and outlays: 88.00 Offsetting collections (cash) from: Federal sources  ¥2  Net budget authority and outlays: 89.00 Budget authority ............................................................ 90.00 Outlays ...........................................................................  ¥5  30 28  ¥6  29 29  Direct: Total compensable workyears: 1001 Full-time equivalent employment .............................. 1005 Full-time equivalent of overtime and holiday hours Reimbursable: 2001 Total compensable workyears: Full-time equivalent employment ...............................................................  30 30  Audits: 1995  Number of Financial Audits Issued ........................................ Number of Other Audit Reports Issued .................................. Investigations: Number of Investigations Initiated ......................................... Number of Oversight Reports Issued ..................................... PCIE Inspectors General Auditor Training Institute: Number of Programs ............................................................... Number of Students ................................................................  1996  11 128  1997  16 125  23 130  179 10  215 11  237 12  13 1,406  13 1,400  15 1,800  1996 est.  1997 est.  294 9  306 9  306 9  5  15  41  f  TREASURY BUILDINGS  This appropriation provides agencywide audit and investigative functions to identify and correct operational and administrative deficiencies which create conditions for existing or potential instances of fraud, waste, and mismanagement. The audit function provides program audit, contract audit and financial statement audit services. Contract audits provide professional advice to agency contracting officials on accounting and financial matters relative to negotiation, award, administration, repricing, and settlement of contracts. Program audits review and evaluate all facets of agency operations. Financial statement audits assess whether financial statements fairly present the agency’s financial condition and results of operations, the adequacy of accounting controls, and compliance with laws and regulations. The investigative function provides for the detection and investigation of improper and illegal activities involving programs, personnel, and operations. This appropriation also provides for the oversight of internal investigations made by the Offices of Internal Affairs and Inspection in the Bureau of ATF, the Customs Service, and the Secret Service and, internal audits and internal investigations of the Inspection Service at IRS. The Inspectors General Auditor Training Institute provides the necessary facilities, equipment, and support services for conducting auditor training for the Federal Government Inspector General community. Institute personnel develop and deliver instructional programs related to basic government audit skills. The cost of training is recovered by tuition charged to students’ agencies.  787  AND  ANNEX REPAIR  AND  RESTORATION  For the repair, alteration, and improvement of the Treasury Building and Annex, øand the Secret Service Headquarters Building, $21,491,000,¿ $7,684,000, to remain available until expended. (Treasury Department Appropriations Act, 1996.) Program and Financing (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  Identification code 20–0108–0–1–803  1996 est.  1997 est.  Obligations by program activity: Direct program: 00.01 Repair and Improvement of Main Treasury .............. ................... 00.02 Secret Service Building ............................................. ...................  1 8 14 ...................  10.00  15  8  Budgetary resources available for obligation: Unobligated balance available, start of year: Fund balance ...................................................................... ................... ................... 22.00 New budget authority (gross) ........................................ ................... 21  6 8  Total obligations ........................................................ ...................  21.90  23.90 23.95 24.90  40.00  Total budgetary resources available for obligation ................... New obligations ............................................................. ................... Unobligated balance available, end of year: Fund balance ...................................................................... ...................  21 ¥15  14 ¥8  6  6  21  8  ................... ................... ................... 15 ................... ¥1 ................... ...................  14 8 ¥2 ¥14  New budget authority (gross), detail: Appropriation .................................................................. ...................  Change in unpaid obligations: Unpaid obligations, start of year: Obligated balance: Appropriation ............................................................. 73.10 New obligations ............................................................. 73.20 Total outlays (gross) ...................................................... 73.30 Obligated balance transferred, net ............................... 74.40 Unpaid obligations, end of year: Obligated balance: Appropriation ............................................................. 72.40  86.90 86.93  ...................  14  6  Outlays (gross), detail: Outlays from new current authority .............................. ................... 1 ................... Outlays from current balances ...................................... ................... ................... 4  87.00  Total outlays (gross) ................................................. ...................  1  2  89.00 90.00  Net budget authority and outlays: Budget authority ............................................................ ................... Outlays ........................................................................... ...................  21 1  8 2  Object Classification (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  Identification code 20–0106–0–1–803  ejoyner on DSK30MW082PROD with MISCELLANEOUS  11.1 11.5  Direct obligations: Personnel compensation: Full-time permanent ............................................. Other personnel compensation .............................  1996 est.  Object Classification (in millions of dollars)  1997 est.  16 1  18 1  19 1  17 3 1 2  19 4 1 2  20 4 1 2  25.1 25.2  Total personnel compensation ......................... Civilian personnel benefits ....................................... Travel and transportation of persons ....................... Rental payments to GSA ........................................... Communications, utilities, and miscellaneous charges ................................................................. Advisory and assistance services ............................. Other services ............................................................  1 2 4  1 1 1  1 1 1  99.0 99.0  Subtotal, direct obligations .................................. Reimbursable obligations ..............................................  30 2  29 5  30 6  11.9 12.1 21.0 23.1 23.3  99.9  Total obligations ........................................................  VerDate Sep 11 2014  13:21 Nov 02, 2016  Jkt 059060  1995 actual  Identification code 20–0108–0–1–803  32  34  36  PO 00000  Frm 00003  Fmt 3616  23.3 25.2 31.0 32.0  Communications, utilities, and miscellaneous charges Other services ................................................................ Equipment ...................................................................... Land and structures ......................................................  99.9  1996 est.  ................... ................... ................... ...................  Total obligations ........................................................ ...................  1997 est.  6 ................... 2 ................... 2 ................... 5 8 15  8  This appropriation funds repairs and selected improvements to maintain the Main Treasury and Annex buildings. f  FINANCIAL CRIMES ENFORCEMENT NETWORK SALARIES AND EXPENSES  For necessary expenses of the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, including hire of passenger motor vehicles; travel expenses Sfmt 3616  C:\ERIC\TRE.XXX  TRE  788  DEPARTMENTAL OFFICES—Continued Federal Funds—Continued  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1997  General and special funds—Continued  mestic and international money laundering; and enforcement—empowering other agencies at the Federal, State and local, and international levels to take action against financial criminals through the transfer of information and expertise.  FINANCIAL CRIMES ENFORCEMENT NETWORK—Continued SALARIES AND EXPENSES—Continued  of non-Federal law enforcement personnel to attend meetings concerned with financial intelligence activities, law enforcement, and financial regulation; not to exceed $14,000 for official reception and representation expenses; ø$22,198,000¿ $23,137,000: Provided, That notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Director of the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network may procure up to $500,000 in specialized, unique or novel automatic data processing equipment, ancillary equipment, software, services, and related resources from commercial vendors without regard to otherwise applicable procurement laws and regulations and without full and open competition, utilizing procedures best suited under the circumstances of the procurement to efficiently fulfill the agency’s requirements: Provided further, That funds appropriated in this account may be used to procure personal services contracts. (Treasury Department Appropriations Act, 1996.) Program and Financing (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  Identification code 20–0173–0–1–751  1996 est.  1997 est.  Obligations by program activity: 00.01 Financial Crimes Network: Direct program ................... 01.01 Reimbursable program ..................................................  20 1  22 1  23 1  10.00  Total obligations ........................................................  21  23  24  22.00 23.95  Budgetary resources available for obligation: New budget authority (gross) ........................................ New obligations .............................................................  21 ¥21  23 ¥23  24 ¥24  New budget authority (gross), detail: Current: 40.00 Appropriation ............................................................. Permanent: 68.00 Spending authority from offsetting collections: Offsetting collections (cash) ..................................... 70.00  Total new budget authority (gross) ..........................  Change in unpaid obligations: Unpaid obligations, start of year: Obligated balance: Appropriation ............................................................. 73.10 New obligations ............................................................. 73.20 Total outlays (gross) ...................................................... 74.40 Unpaid obligations, end of year: Obligated balance: Appropriation .............................................................  20  22  1995 actual  Performance Measures: Improved Oversight Responsibilities: • BSA compliance by financial institutions. • Number of suspicious activity reports by non-bank financial institutions. Streamlining Regulatory Changes: • Expanded exemption of CTR filings (% reduced). • Number of civil penalty cases processed. Building Platforms: • Number of queries processed by States using FinCEN platform. • Number of interagency matches (alerts) generated by FinCEN. Law Enforcement Connections for Information Dissemination: • Number of AI targets identified. International Efforts: Number of countries that: Implement Financial Information Units (FIU).  1996 enacted  1997 estimated  n/a  10%  15%  20,000  22,000  25,000  n/a  30.0  35.0  94  103  117  35,000  80,000  110,000  1,200  2,600  3,800  485  645  858  2  10  15  23  Object Classification (in millions of dollars) 1  1  1  21  23  24  10 21 ¥22  9 23 ¥22  10 24 ¥23  9  10  11  1995 actual  Identification code 20–0173–0–1–751  11.1 11.5  72.40  ejoyner on DSK30MW082PROD with MISCELLANEOUS  PERFORMANCE MEASURES  Direct obligations: Personnel compensation: Full-time permanent ............................................. Other personnel compensation .............................  11.9 12.1 21.0 23.1 25.2 25.3  1996 est.  1997 est.  8 1  9 1  10 1  Total personnel compensation ......................... 9 Civilian personnel benefits ....................................... 2 Travel and transportation of persons ....................... 1 Rental payments to GSA ........................................... 2 Other services ............................................................ 3 Purchases of goods and services from Government accounts ................................................................ 2 Supplies and materials ............................................. ................... Equipment ................................................................. 1  10 2 1 2 4  11 2 1 2 4  86.90 86.93 86.97  Outlays (gross), detail: Outlays from new current authority .............................. Outlays from current balances ...................................... Outlays from new permanent authority .........................  15 6 1  15 6 1  16 7 1  26.0 31.0  87.00  Total outlays (gross) .................................................  22  22  23  99.0 99.0  Subtotal, direct obligations .................................. Reimbursable obligations ..............................................  20 1  22 1  23 1  99.9  Total obligations ........................................................  21  23  24  Offsets: Against gross budget authority and outlays: 88.00 Offsetting collections (cash) from: Federal sources  ¥1  ¥1  ¥1  Net budget authority and outlays: 89.00 Budget authority ............................................................ 90.00 Outlays ...........................................................................  20 21  22 21  23 22  The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN) has responsibility for implementing Treasury anti-money laundering regulations through administration of the Bank Secrecy Act, 31 U.S.C. section 5311, et seq., and serves as a United States Government source for the systematic collation and analysis of information to assist in the investigation of money laundering and other financial crimes. FinCEN implements these responsibilities through analytical and technological platforms geared to combat money laundering through prevention—using its regulatory authority in partnership with the financial sector; detection—combining technology with allsource intelligence to identify both underlying criminal financial activity as well as emerging trends and patterns of doVerDate Sep 11 2014  13:21 Nov 02, 2016  Jkt 059060  PO 00000  Frm 00004  Fmt 3616  1 2 1 ................... 1 1  Personnel Summary 1995 actual  Identification code 20–0173–0–1–751  Direct: Total compensable workyears: 1001 Full-time equivalent employment .............................. 160 1005 Full-time equivalent of overtime and holiday hours 5 Reimbursable: 2001 Total compensable workyears: Full-time equivalent employment ............................................................... ...................  1996 est.  1997 est.  179 4  184 4  4  4  f  Credit accounts: COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS FUND PROGRAM ACCOUNT For grants, loans, and technical assistance to qualifying community development lenders, and administrative expenses of the Fund, $125,000,000, to remain available until September 30, 1998, of which $20,000,000 may be used for the cost of direct loans, and up to Sfmt 3616  C:\ERIC\TRE.XXX  TRE  DEPARTMENTAL OFFICES—Continued Federal Funds—Continued  DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY $2,000,000 may be used for administrative expenses to carry out the direct loan program: Provided, That the cost of direct loans, including the cost of modifying such loans, shall be defined as in section 502 of the Congressional Budget Act of 1974: Provided further, That not more than $40,000,000 of the funds made available under this heading may be used for programs and activities authorized in section 114 of the Community Development Banking and Financial Institutions Act of 1994. Note.—A regular 1996 appropriation for this account had not been enacted at the time this budget was prepared. The 1996 amounts included in this budget are based on the levels provided in three continuing resolutions: P.L. 104–91, P.L. 104–92, and P.L. 104– 99.  Program and Financing (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  Identification code 20–1881–0–1–451  00.01 00.02 00.03 00.04 10.00  Obligations by program activity: Administrative expenses ................................................ Direct loan subsidy ........................................................ Incentives for depository institutions ............................ Assistance to CDFIs: grants, financial assistance, technical assistance .................................................  1996 est.  1997 est.  ................... ................... ...................  4 7 26  5 20 26  ...................  51  48  Total obligations ........................................................ ...................  88  99  Budgetary resources available for obligation: Unobligated balance available, start of year: Uninvested balance ................................................... ................... 22.00 New budget authority (gross) ........................................ 50 21.40  23.90 23.95 24.40  40.00  50 ................... 38 125  Total budgetary resources available for obligation 50 88 New obligations ............................................................. ................... ¥88 Unobligated balance available, end of year: Uninvested balance ................................................... 50 ................... New budget authority (gross), detail: Appropriation ..................................................................  Change in unpaid obligations: Unpaid obligations, start of year: Obligated balance: Appropriation ............................................................. 73.10 New obligations ............................................................. 73.20 Total outlays (gross) ...................................................... 74.40 Unpaid obligations, end of year: Obligated balance: Appropriation .............................................................  50  in distressed urban and rural communities. The CDFI Fund will also provide grants to insured depository institutions to facilitate investment in community development financial institutions and increase community lending activities. The CDFI Fund will help to address the urgent problems of declining economic and social infrastructure, loss of jobs, lack of private enterprise, and deteriorating housing facing many American communities today. Government investment and technical assistance will supplement private funds and expertise to ensure that community development financial institutions are effective in restoring healthy economic development to these communities. Summary of Loan Levels, Subsidy Budget Authority and Outlays by Program (in millions of dollars)  Direct loan levels supportable by subsidy budget authority: 1150 Direct loan levels ........................................................... Direct loan subsidy (in percent): 1320 Subsidy rate ................................................................... Direct loan subsidy budget authority: 1330 Subsidy budget authority ............................................... Direct loan subsidy outlays: 1340 Subsidy outlays ..............................................................  125  ................... ................... ................... 88 ................... ¥22  66 99 ¥76  11.1 12.1 25.1 41.0 99.5  66  89  Outlays (gross), detail: Outlays from new current authority .............................. ................... Outlays from current balances ...................................... ...................  8 14  25 51  87.00  Total outlays (gross) ................................................. ...................  22  76  89.00 90.00  Net budget authority and outlays: Budget authority ............................................................ 50 Outlays ........................................................................... ...................  38 22  125 76  ejoyner on DSK30MW082PROD with MISCELLANEOUS  Jkt 059060  PO 00000  35.83  ...................  7  20  ...................  1  7  1996 est.  1997 est.  ................... 1 3 ................... ................... 1 ................... 2 1 ................... 84 94 ................... 1 ................... 88  99  4  1996 est.  1997 est.  10  35  f  COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS FUND DIRECT LOAN FINANCING ACCOUNT Program and Financing (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  1996 est.  1997 est.  Obligations by program activity: Direct loans .................................................................... ...................  20  56  125 76  10.00  Total obligations ........................................................ ...................  20  56  12 .................... 2 5  22.00 23.95  Budgetary resources available for obligation: New financing authority (gross) .................................... ................... New obligations ............................................................. ...................  20 ¥20  56 ¥56  50 24  67.15  13  40  ................... 1 ................... 6 ................... ...................  7 13 ¥3  1996 est.  38 22  1997 est.  125 81  The Riegle Community Development and Regulatory Improvement Act of 1994 established the Community Development Financial Institutions Fund (CDFI Fund). The CDFI Fund will provide equity investments, grants, loans, and technical assistance to new and existing community development financing institutions such as community development banks, community development credit unions, community development loan funds, community development venture capital funds, and micro-loan funds. Funds provided by the CDFI Fund will enhance the capacity of these institutions to finance economic development, housing, and community development 13:21 Nov 02, 2016  35.46  00.01  (in millions of dollars)  VerDate Sep 11 2014  ...................  1995 actual  Total compensable workyears: Full-time equivalent employment ...............................................................  Identification code 20–4088–0–3–451  Total: Budget Authority ..................................................................... 50 Outlays .................................................................................... ....................  56  Total obligations ........................................................ ...................  Identification code 20–1881–0–1–451  Summary of Budget Authority and Outlays Enacted/requested: 1995 actual Budget Authority ..................................................................... 50 Outlays .................................................................................... .................... Adjustment to 1996 continuing resolution levels: Budget Authority ..................................................................... .................... Outlays .................................................................................... ....................  20  Personnel Summary  1001 86.90 86.93  1997 est.  ...................  1995 actual  Personnel compensation: Full-time permanent ............. Civilian personnel benefits ............................................ Advisory and assistance services .................................. Grants, subsidies, and contributions ............................ Below reporting threshold ..............................................  99.9  72.40  1996 est.  Object Classification (in millions of dollars) Identification code 20–1881–0–1–451  38  ...................  1995 actual  Identification code 20–1881–0–1–451  125 ¥99 27  789  Frm 00005  Fmt 3616  New financing authority (gross), detail: Authority to borrow (indefinite) ..................................... Spending authority from offsetting collections: 68.00 Offsetting collections (cash) ..................................... 68.10 Change in receivables from program accounts ....... 68.47 Portion applied to debt reduction ............................. 68.90  ...................  Spending authority from offsetting collections (total) ................................................................ ...................  7  17  Total new financing authority (gross) ...................... ...................  20  56  Change in unpaid obligations: Unpaid obligations, start of year: 72.90 Obligated balance: Fund balance ............................. ................... ................... 72.95 Receivables from program account .......................... ................... ...................  10 6  72.99  16  70.00  Sfmt 3643  Total unpaid obligations, start of year ................ ................... ................... C:\ERIC\TRE.XXX  TRE  790  DEPARTMENTAL OFFICES—Continued Federal Funds—Continued  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1997  Credit accounts—Continued  Program and Financing (in millions of dollars)  COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS FUND DIRECT LOAN FINANCING ACCOUNT—Continued Program and Financing (in millions of dollars)—Continued 1995 actual  Identification code 20–4088–0–3–451  73.10 73.20  1997 est.  ................... ...................  20 ¥4  56 ¥19  ................... ...................  10 6  34 19  74.99  Total unpaid obligations, end of year .................. ...................  16  53  87.00  Outlays (gross), detail: Total financing disbursements (gross) ......................... ...................  4  19  74.90 74.95  New obligations ............................................................. Total financing disbursements (gross) ......................... Unpaid obligations, end of year: Obligated balance: Fund balance ............................. Orders on hand from Federal sources ......................  10.00  1996 est.  Offsets: Against gross financing authority and financing disbursements: 88.00 Offsetting collections (cash) from: Federal sources ................... 88.95 Change in receivables from program accounts ............ ...................  ¥1 ¥6  Net financing authority and financing disbursements: 89.00 Financing authority ........................................................ ................... 90.00 Financing disbursements ............................................... ...................  13 3  ¥7 ¥13  36 12  As required by the Federal Credit Reform Act of 1990, this non-budgetary account records all cash flows to and from the Government resulting from direct loans obligated in 1992 and beyond (including modifications of direct loans that resulted from obligations in any year). The amounts in this account are a means of financing and are not included in the budget totals.  1995 actual  Identification code 20–5697–0–2–751  Obligations by program activity: Total obligations ............................................................  239  Budgetary resources available for obligation: Unobligated balance available, start of year: 21.40 Uninvested balance ................................................... 62 21.41 U.S. Securities: Par value ......................................... ................... 21.99 22.00 22.10  1996 est.  225  1997 est.  211  66 67 35 ...................  Total unobligated balance, start of year ............. New budget authority (gross) ........................................ Resources available from recoveries of prior year obligations .......................................................................  62 268  340 ¥239  24.40 24.41  Total budgetary resources available for obligation New obligations ............................................................. Unobligated balance available, end of year: Uninvested balance ................................................... U.S. Securities: Par value .........................................  24.99  Total unobligated balance, end of year ....................  101  67  67  New budget authority (gross), detail: Current: 40.20 Appropriation (special fund, definite) ....................... Permanent: 60.25 Appropriation (special fund, indefinite) ....................  14  10  10  254  181  201  70.00  268  191  211  23.90 23.95  Total new budget authority (gross) ..........................  Change in unpaid obligations: Unpaid obligations, start of year: Obligated balance: Appropriation ............................................................. 73.10 New obligations ............................................................. 73.20 Total outlays (gross) ...................................................... 73.45 Adjustments in unexpired accounts .............................. 74.40 Unpaid obligations, end of year: Obligated balance: Appropriation .............................................................  101 191  67 211  10 ................... ................... 292 ¥225  278 ¥211  66 67 67 35 ................... ...................  72.40  92 136 181 239 225 211 ¥184 ¥181 ¥181 ¥10 ................... ................... 136  181  211  Outlays (gross), detail: Outlays from new current authority .............................. 14 9 Outlays from current balances ...................................... ................... ................... Outlays from new permanent authority ......................... 120 121 Outlays from permanent balances ................................ 50 50  9 1 121 50  Status of Direct Loans (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  Identification code 20–4088–0–3–451  1996 est.  1997 est.  Position with respect to appropriations act limitation on obligations: 1111 Limitation on direct loans ............................................. ................... ................... ................... 1131 Direct loan obligations exempt from limitation ............ ................... 20 56 1150  Total direct loan obligations ..................................... ...................  20  4 19  1290  23  DEPARTMENT  OF THE  ø(LIMITATION  4  TREASURY FORFEITURE FUND  OF AVAILABILITY OF DEPOSITS)¿  For necessary expenses of the Treasury Forfeiture Fund, as authorized by P.L. 102–393, not to exceed $10,000,000, to be derived from deposits in the Fund. (Treasury Department Appropriations Act, 1996.) Unavailable Collections (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  ejoyner on DSK30MW082PROD with MISCELLANEOUS  Identification code 20–5697–0–2–751  1996 est.  1997 est.  Balance, start of year: 01.99 Balance, start of year .................................................... Receipts: 02.01 Forfeited cash and proceeds from the sale of forfeited property ...................................................................... 02.02 Earnings on investments ...............................................  58  57  70  261 6  201 3  201 3  02.99  Total receipts .............................................................  267  204  204  Total: Balances and collections .................................... Appropriation: 05.01 Department of the Treasury forfeiture fund ..................  325  261  274  ¥268  ¥191  ¥211  05.99 07.99  ¥268 57  ¥191 70  ¥211 63  PO 00000  Frm 00006  Fmt 3616  04.00  Subtotal appropriation ................................................... Total balance, end of year ............................................  VerDate Sep 11 2014  13:21 Nov 02, 2016  Jkt 059060  87.00  Total outlays (gross) .................................................  184  181  181  89.00 90.00  Net budget authority and outlays: Budget authority ............................................................ Outlays ...........................................................................  268 184  191 181  211 181  56  Cumulative balance of direct loans outstanding: 1210 Outstanding, start of year ............................................. ................... ................... 1231 Disbursements: Direct loan disbursements ................... ................... 4 Outstanding, end of year .......................................... ...................  86.90 86.93 86.97 86.98  P.L. 102–393 authorized the establishment of the Treasury Forfeiture Fund. This fund replaced the Customs Forfeiture Fund. It is available to pay or reimburse certain costs and expenses related to seizures and forfeitures that occur pursuant to the Treasury Department’s law enforcement activities. The Coast Guard also participates in the program. As part of the President’s FY 1997 budget, the Treasury Forfeiture Fund will spend from balances available in the ‘‘Super Surplus’’ and the ‘‘Secretary’s Enforcement Fund’’ a sum of at least $5 million to support the United States Secret Service’s efforts in the Federal Law Enforcement Wireless Users Group (FLEWUG). FLEWUG—a program overseen and funded jointly by the Secret Service and the Federal Bureau of Investigation—is a federal government effort to provide ‘‘wireless’’ communications to the law enforcement/public safety community. Ultimately this program will provide an implementation plan for a nationwide wireless network for use by federal, state and local law enforcement and public safety agencies that will overcome current limitations of coverage and interoperability among these agencies. This program will benefit all Treasury bureaus by investigating, through case studies and testbeds, ways to develop spectrally efficient, cost effective, tactical communications capabilities. This program is a response to a mandate by the National Telecommunications and Information Administration to move the federal government to digital narrow-band technology. Sfmt 3643  C:\ERIC\TRE.XXX  TRE  DEPARTMENTAL OFFICES—Continued Federal Funds—Continued  DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY Object Classification (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  Identification code 20–5697–0–2–751  1996 est.  1997 est.  25.2 41.0 44.0  Other services ................................................................ Grants, subsidies, and contributions ............................ Refunds ..........................................................................  115 81 43  134 86 5  120 86 5  99.9  Total obligations ........................................................  239  225  211  f  791  Candidates for general elections.—The eligible candidates of each major party in a presidential election will be entitled to equal payments in an amount which, in the aggregate, shall not exceed $20 million each, plus a cost-of-living increase. Also, provision is made for new parties, minor parties and candidates, who may receive in excess of 5 percent of the popular vote and therefore be entitled to reimbursement of qualified campaign expenditures. f  PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION CAMPAIGN FUND Public enterprise funds:  Unavailable Collections (in millions of dollars)  EXCHANGE STABILIZATION FUND 1995 actual  Identification code 20–5081–0–2–808  1996 est.  1997 est.  Balance, start of year: Balance, start of year .................................................... ................... ................... ................... Receipts: 02.01 Presidential Election Campaign Fund ........................... 69 70 70 Appropriation: 05.01 Presidential election campaign fund ............................ ¥69 ¥70 ¥70 07.99 Total balance, end of year ............................................ ................... ................... ................... 01.99  Program and Financing (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  Identification code 20–5081–0–2–808  00.01 00.02 00.03 10.00  Obligations by program activity: Matching funds in primaries ......................................... ................... Nominating conventions for parties .............................. 25 Candidates for general elections .................................. ................... Total obligations (object class 41.0) ........................  Budgetary resources available for obligation: Unobligated balance available, start of year: Uninvested balance ................................................... 22.00 New budget authority (gross) ........................................ 22.10 Resources available from recoveries of prior year obligations .......................................................................  25  1996 est.  1997 est.  60 3 1 ................... 123 ................... 184  3  21.40  23.90 23.95 24.40  Total budgetary resources available for obligation New obligations ............................................................. Unobligated balance available, end of year: Uninvested balance ...................................................  New budget authority (gross), detail: 60.25 Appropriation (special fund, indefinite) ........................  ejoyner on DSK30MW082PROD with MISCELLANEOUS  73.10 73.20 73.45  Change in unpaid obligations: New obligations ............................................................. Total outlays (gross) ...................................................... Adjustments in unexpired accounts ..............................  99 69  145 70  31 70  2 ................... ................... 170 ¥25  215 ¥184  101 ¥3  145  31  98  69  70  70  25 184 3 ¥23 ¥184 ¥3 ¥2 ................... ...................  87.00  Total outlays (gross) .................................................  23  184  3  Net budget authority and outlays: 89.00 Budget authority ............................................................ 90.00 Outlays ...........................................................................  69 23  70 184  70 3  Matching funds in primaries.—Upon certification by the Federal Election Commission, every candidate eligible to receive payments is entitled to an amount equal to the contributions each has received on or after the beginning of the calendar year immediately preceding the election year. Nominating conventions of parties.—Upon certification by the Commission, payments may be made to the national committee of a major party or a minor party which elects to receive its entitlement. The total of such payments will be limited to the amount in the account at the time of payment. The national committee of each party may receive payments beginning on July 1 of the year immediately preceding the calendar year in which a presidential nominating convention of the political party is held. The two major parties will receive $4 million each, plus a cost-of-living increase. Jkt 059060  10.00  Obligations by program activity: Total obligations (object class 92.0) ............................  Budgetary resources available for obligation: Unobligated balance available, start of year: Fund balance: 21.90 Special drawing rights ......................................... 21.90 Fund balance ........................................................ 21.91 U.S. Securities: Par value ......................................... 21.99 22.00  Total unobligated balance, start of year ............. New budget authority (gross) ........................................  23.90 23.95 24.90 24.90 24.91  Total budgetary resources available for obligation New obligations ............................................................. Unobligated balance available, end of year: Fund balance: Special drawing rights ......................................... Fund balance ........................................................ U.S. Securities: Par value .........................................  24.99  68.00  1996 est.  1997 est.  2,121 ................... ...................  9,971 1,006 7,326  11,035 7,555 2,400  11,620 8,875 2,550  18,303 4,808  20,990 2,055  23,045 2,140  23,111 23,045 25,185 ¥2,121 ................... ................... 11,035 7,555 2,400  11,620 8,875 2,550  12,230 10,190 2,765  Total unobligated balance, end of year ....................  20,990  23,045  25,185  New budget authority (gross), detail: Spending authority from offsetting collections (gross): Offsetting collections (cash) .....................................  4,808  2,055  2,140  Change in unpaid obligations: Unpaid obligations, start of year: Obligated balance: Fund balance ............................................................. 15,085 17,206 17,206 73.10 New obligations ............................................................. 2,121 ................... ................... 73.20 Total outlays (gross) ...................................................... ................... ................... ................... 74.90 Unpaid obligations, end of year: Obligated balance: Fund balance ............................................................. 17,206 17,206 17,206  87.00 70 3 114 ...................  13:21 Nov 02, 2016  1995 actual  Identification code 20–4444–0–3–155  72.90  Outlays (gross), detail: 86.97 Outlays from new permanent authority ......................... 23 86.98 Outlays from permanent balances ................................ ...................  VerDate Sep 11 2014  Program and Financing (in millions of dollars)  PO 00000  Frm 00007  Fmt 3616  Outlays (gross), detail: Total outlays (gross) ...................................................... ................... ................... ...................  Offsets: Against gross budget authority and outlays: Offsetting collections (cash) from: 88.20 Interest on U.S. securities .................................... Non-Federal sources: 88.40 Special drawing rights holdings ...................... 88.40 Net gain on exchange transactions .................  ¥281  ¥150  ¥215  ¥251 ¥1,935  ¥585 ¥1,320  ¥610 ¥1,315  88.90  Total, offsetting collections (cash) ..................  ¥2,467  ¥2,055  ¥2,140  89.00 90.00  Net budget authority and outlays: Budget authority ............................................................ Outlays ...........................................................................  2,341 ................... ................... ¥2,467 ¥2,055 ¥2,140  The Secretary of the Treasury is authorized to deal in gold and foreign exchange and other instruments of credit and securities as deemed necessary, consistent with U.S. obligations in the International Monetary Fund (IMF), regarding orderly exchange arrangements. An Exchange Stabilization Fund, with a capital of $200 million, is authorized by law for this purpose (31 U.S.C. 5302). All earnings and interest accruing to this fund are available for the purposes thereof. Transactions in special drawing rights (SDR’s) and U.S. holdings of SDR’s are administered by the fund. U.S. drawings from the IMF are also advanced to the fund. Sfmt 3616  C:\ERIC\TRE.XXX  TRE  792  DEPARTMENTAL OFFICES—Continued Federal Funds—Continued  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1997  Public enterprise funds—Continued EXCHANGE STABILIZATION FUND—Continued  The principal sources of the fund’s income have been profits on foreign exchange transactions, interest on foreign exchange swap transactions, and on investments held by the fund, including interest earned on fund holdings of U.S. Government securities. The amounts reflected in the 1996 and 1997 estimates entail only projected net interest earnings on Exchange Stabilization Fund (ESF) assets. The estimates are subject to considerable variance, as the amount and composition of assets can change dramatically, as well as interest rates applied to investments. In addition, exchange rate fluctuations can cause the dollar value of income received on foreign currency and SDR investments to fluctuate. Moreover, estimates make no attempt to forecast valuation gains or losses on SDR holdings or realized gains or losses on foreign currency holdings. As required by Public Law 95–612, the fund no longer is used to meet the administrative expenses. Statement of Operations (in millions of dollars) Identification code 20–4444–0–3–155  1994 actual  1995 actual  1996 est.  1997 est.  0101 0102  Revenue ................................................... Expense ....................................................  2,383 ..................  2,352 ..................  2,055 ..................  2,140 ..................  0109  Net income or loss (–) ............................  2,383  2,352  2,055  2,140  0199  Net income or loss ..................................  2,383  2,352  2,055  2,140  Balance Sheet (in millions of dollars) Identification code 20–4444–0–3–155  ASSETS: Federal assets: Investments in US securities: 1102 Treasury securities, par .................. 1106 Receivables, net ............................. Non-Federal assets: 1201 Foreign Currency Investments ............ 1206 Receivables, net .................................. 1801 Other Federal assets: Cash and other monetary assets .................................. 1999  1994 actual  1995 actual  1996 est.  1997 est.  7,326 27  2,399 11  3,563 16  4,776 21  20,448 76  28,805 304  28,758 303  29,073 306  10,043  11,117  11,705  12,320  Total assets ........................................ LIABILITIES: 2207 Non-Federal liabilities: Other ..................  37,920  42,636  44,345  46,496  15,260  17,624  17,278  17,289  2999  15,260  17,624  17,278  17,289  200 22,460  200 24,812  200 26,867  200 29,007  Total liabilities .................................... NET POSITION: 3200 Invested capital ....................................... 3300 Cumulative results of operations ............ 3999  Total net position ................................  22,660  25,012  27,067  29,207  4999  Total liabilities and net position ............  37,920  42,636  44,345  46,496  f  Intragovernmental funds:  Program and Financing (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  ejoyner on DSK30MW082PROD with MISCELLANEOUS  Obligations by program activity: 00.10 Direct operating program .............................................. 00.11 Administrative overhead ................................................  161 4  1996 est.  227 5  1997 est.  232  207  Total new budget authority (gross) ..........................  165  232  207  Change in unpaid obligations: Unpaid obligations, start of year: 72.90 Obligated balance: Fund balance ............................. 72.95 Orders on hand from Federal sources ......................  91 4  106 28  106 28  95 165 ¥126  134 232 ¥232  134 207 ¥207  74.90 74.95  Total unpaid obligations, start of year ................ New obligations ............................................................. Total outlays (gross) ...................................................... Unpaid obligations, end of year: Obligated balance: Fund balance ............................. Orders on hand from Federal sources ......................  106 28  106 28  106 28  74.99  Total unpaid obligations, end of year ..................  134  134  134  86.97  Outlays (gross), detail: Outlays from new permanent authority .........................  126  232  207  87.00  Total outlays (gross) .................................................  126  232  207  72.99 73.10 73.20  Offsets: Against gross budget authority and outlays: 88.00 Offsetting collections (cash) from: Federal sources 88.95 Change in orders on hand from Federal sources .........  89.00 90.00  ¥141 ¥232 ¥207 ¥24 ................... ...................  Net budget authority and outlays: Budget authority ............................................................ ................... ................... ................... Outlays ........................................................................... ¥15 ................... ...................  Certain central services in the Department of the Treasury, including telecommunications, printing, reproduction, computer support/usage, personnel/payroll, automated financial management systems, training, centralized short-term management assistance, procurement information, and printing procurement services, are provided on a reimbursable basis. Transactions are entered into with other Treasury appropriation accounts at rates which will recover the fund’s operating expenses, including accrual of annual leave and depreciation of equipment. This presentation includes the Digital Telecommunications System (DTS), the Consolidated Data Network System (CDN), the Local Telecommunications Services and Support (LTSS) program, Wireless/Radio Service Support (WRSS), the Treasury Communications System (TCS), and the Voice Messaging System (VMS). Balance Sheet (in millions of dollars) Identification code 20–4501–0–4–803  ASSETS: Federal assets: 1101 Fund balances with Treasury ............. Investments in US securities: 1106 Receivables, net ............................. 1803 Other Federal assets: Property, plant and equipment, net ............................ Total assets ........................................ LIABILITIES: Federal liabilities: 2101 Accounts payable ................................ 2105 Other ................................................... Non-Federal liabilities: 2201 Accounts payable ................................ 2207 Other ...................................................  1994 actual  1995 actual  1996 est.  1997 est.  91  106  149  132  3  10  14  13  2  2  3  3  96  118  166  148  15 80  32 83  45 117  40 104  .................. 1  1 2  1 3  1 3  Total liabilities ....................................  96  118  166  148  Total liabilities and net position ............  96  118  166  148  232  207  22.00 23.95  Budgetary resources available for obligation: New budget authority (gross) ........................................ New obligations .............................................................  165 ¥165  232 ¥232  207 ¥207  Jkt 059060  165  4999  165  13:21 Nov 02, 2016  Spending authority from offsetting collections (total) ................................................................  2999  Total obligations ........................................................  VerDate Sep 11 2014  68.90 70.00  24 ................... ...................  202 5  10.00  New budget authority (gross), detail: Spending authority from offsetting collections: 68.00 Offsetting collections (cash) .....................................  Change in orders on hand from Federal sources  1999  WORKING CAPITAL FUND  Identification code 20–4501–0–4–803  68.10  Object Classification (in millions of dollars)  141  232  207  PO 00000  Frm 00008  Fmt 3616  1995 actual  Identification code 20–4501–0–4–803  11.1 11.3  Personnel compensation: Full-time permanent .................................................. Other than full-time permanent ...............................  Sfmt 3643  C:\ERIC\TRE.XXX  TRE  10 1  1996 est.  12 1  1997 est.  13 1  DEPARTMENTAL OFFICES—Continued Trust Funds  DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY 11.9 12.1 23.1 23.3 25.2 26.0 31.0 99.0  Total personnel compensation .............................. Civilian personnel benefits ............................................ Rental payments to GSA ................................................ Communications, utilities, and miscellaneous charges Other services ................................................................ Supplies and materials ................................................. Equipment ...................................................................... Subtotal, reimbursable obligations ...............................  11 2 1 115 34 1 1 165  13 3 1 153 59 1 2 232  14 3 1 125 61 1 2 207  99.9  Total obligations ........................................................  165  232  207  Personnel Summary 1995 actual  Identification code 20–4501–0–4–803  2001  Total compensable workyears: Full-time equivalent employment ...............................................................  1996 est.  208  234  1997 est.  240  f  TREASURY FRANCHISE FUND There is hereby established in the Treasury a franchise fund pilot, as authorized by section 403 of Public Law 103–356, to be available as provided in such section for expenses and equipment necessary for the maintenance and operation of such financial and administrative support services as the Secretary determines may be performed more advantageously as central services: Provided, That any inventories, equipment, and other assets pertaining to the services to be provided by such fund, either on hand or on order, less the related liabilities or unpaid obligations, and any appropriations made for the purpose of providing capital, shall be used to capitalize such fund; Provided further, That such fund shall be reimbursed or credited with the payments, including advanced payments, from applicable appropriations and funds available to the Department and other Federal agencies for which such administrative and financial services are performed, at rates which will recover all expenses of operation, including accrued leave, depreciation of fund plant and equipment, amortization of Automated Data Processing (ADP) software and systems, and an amount necessary to maintain a reasonable operating reserve, as determined by the Secretary; Provided further, That such fund shall provide services on a competitive basis; Provided, further, That an amount not to exceed four percent of the total annual income to such fund may be retained in the fund for fiscal year 1997 and each fiscal year thereafter, to remain available until expended, to be used for the acquisition of capital equipment and for the improvement and implementation of Treasury financial management, ADP, and other support systems; Provided further, That no later than thirty days after the end of each fiscal year, amounts in excess of this reserve limitation shall be deposited as miscellaneous receipts in the Treasury; Provided further, That such franchise fund pilot shall terminate pursuant to section 403(f) of Public Law 103–356. Program and Financing (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  Identification code 20–4560–0–4–803  1997 est.  10.00  Obligations by program activity: Total obligations ............................................................ ................... ...................  25  22.00 23.95  Budgetary resources available for obligation: New budget authority (gross) ........................................ ................... ................... New obligations ............................................................. ................... ...................  25 ¥25  New budget authority (gross), detail: Spending authority from offsetting collections (gross): Offsetting collections (cash) ..................................... ................... ...................  25  68.00  ejoyner on DSK30MW082PROD with MISCELLANEOUS  1996 est.  73.10 73.20 74.40  Change in unpaid obligations: New obligations ............................................................. ................... ................... Total outlays (gross) ...................................................... ................... ................... Unpaid obligations, end of year: Obligated balance: Appropriation ............................................................. ................... ...................  25 ¥22 3  86.97  Outlays (gross), detail: Outlays from new permanent authority ......................... ................... ...................  22  87.00  Total outlays (gross) ................................................. ................... ...................  22  Offsets: Against gross budget authority and outlays: 88.00 Offsetting collections (cash) from: Federal sources ................... ...................  ¥25  VerDate Sep 11 2014  13:21 Nov 02, 2016  Jkt 059060  PO 00000  Frm 00009  Fmt 3616  89.00 90.00  793  Net budget authority and outlays: Budget authority ............................................................ ................... ................... ................... Outlays ........................................................................... ................... ................... ¥3  Department of Treasury was chosen as a pilot Franchise Fund under P.L. 103–356, the Government Management and Reform Act of 1994. Beginning in 1997, financial and administrative services included in the Franchise Fund (Fund) will be financed on a fee-for-service basis. Treasury’s Fund is a revolving fund used to supply financial and administrative services on the basis of services supplied. For 1997, service activities are expected to have billings of $25 million and employ 274 people, who were transferred from other bureaus. For 1997, $4.2 million will be transferred from the Financial Management Service salaries and expenses account, to capitalize the Fund. Activities that will be included in the Fund are debt collection, financial training and accounting cross-servicing. The Fund concept is intended to increase competition for government and financial administrative services resulting in lower costs and higher quality. Object Classification (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  1996 est.  ................... ................... ................... ................... ................... ................... ................... ...................  ................... ................... ................... ................... ................... ................... ................... ...................  12 2 1 1 1 7 1 25  Total obligations ........................................................ ................... ...................  25  Identification code 20–4560–0–4–803  11.1 12.1 21.0 23.1 23.3 25.2 31.0 99.0  Personnel compensation: Full-time permanent ............. Civilian personnel benefits ............................................ Travel and transportation of persons ............................ Rental payments to GSA ................................................ Communications, utilities, and miscellaneous charges Other services ................................................................ Equipment ...................................................................... Subtotal, reimbursable obligations ...............................  99.9  1997 est.  Personnel Summary 1995 actual  Identification code 20–4560–0–4–803  2001  1996 est.  Total compensable workyears: Full-time equivalent employment ............................................................... ................... ...................  1997 est.  274  f  Trust Funds VIOLENT CRIME REDUCTION PROGRAMS For activities authorized by Public Law 103–322, to remain available until expended, which shall be derived from the Violent Crime Reduction Trust Fund, as follows: (a) As authorized by section 190001(e), ø$69,314,000¿ $90,000,000, of which ø$25,690,000 shall be available to the United States Customs Service for expenses associated with ‘‘Operation Hardline’’;¿ $35,283,000 shall be available to the United States Customs Service, of which $21,078,000 shall be available for expenses associated with expanding southwest border drug enforcement activities, and of which $14,205,000 shall be available until expended for the purchase of non-intrusive inspection devices and other border enforcement technologies; of which ø$21,010,000¿ $21,437,000 shall be available to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, øof which no less than $14,410,000 shall be available to annualize the salaries and related costs for the fiscal year 1995 supplemental initiative,¿ and of which no less than ø$3,500,000¿ $3,000,000 shall be available for administering the Gang Resistance Education and Training programø, and of which $3,100,000 shall be available for ballistics technologies¿; of which ø$21,600,000¿ $28,761,000 shall be available to the United States Secret Service, of which no less than $1,600,000 shall be available for enhancing forensics technology to aid missing and exploited children investigations; øand¿ of which ø$1,014,000¿ $4,519,000 shall be available to the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, of which $2,350,000 shall be available until expended; and (b) As authorized by section 32401, $7,200,000, for disbursement through grants, cooperative agreements or contracts, to local governments for Gang Resistance Education and Training: Provided, That notwithstanding sections 32401 and 310001, such funds shall be alloSfmt 3616  C:\ERIC\TRE.XXX  TRE  794  DEPARTMENTAL OFFICES—Continued Trust Funds—Continued  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1997 11.5  Intragovernmental funds—Continued VIOLENT CRIME REDUCTION PROGRAMS—Continued cated only to the affected State and local law enforcement and prevention organizations participating in such projects. (Treasury Department Appropriations Act, 1996.) Program and Financing (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  Identification code 20–8526–0–1–750  00.02 00.03 00.04 00.05 00.06 00.07 10.00  1996 est.  1997 est.  Obligations by program activity: Financial Crimes Enforcement Network ......................... 2 ................... ................... Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms ................... 13 28 28 Customs Service ............................................................ 4 26 35 Federal Law Enforcement Training Center .................... ................... 1 5 Secret Service ................................................................ 6 22 29 Internal Revenue Service ............................................... 7 ................... ................... Total obligations ........................................................  32  77  97  Budgetary resources available for obligation: Unobligated balance available, start of year: Uninvested balance ................................................... ................... 3 3 22.00 New budget authority (gross) ........................................ 39 77 97 22.30 Unobligated balance expiring ........................................ ¥3 ................... ................... 21.40  23.90 23.95 24.40  Total budgetary resources available for obligation New obligations ............................................................. Unobligated balance available, end of year: Uninvested balance ...................................................  36 ¥32  80 ¥77  100 ¥97  3  3  3  11.9 12.1 21.0 22.0 23.3 25.3 26.0 31.0 32.0 99.5  Other personnel compensation .................................. ...................  5  3  Total personnel compensation .............................. 7 10 9 Civilian personnel benefits ............................................ 3 11 3 Travel and transportation of persons ............................ 1 6 7 Transportation of things ................................................ ................... 2 1 Communications, utilities, and miscellaneous charges 1 1 1 Purchases of goods and services from Government accounts .................................................................... 10 14 20 Supplies and materials ................................................. ................... 1 1 Equipment ...................................................................... 8 28 48 Land and structures ...................................................... ................... 5 7 Below reporting threshold .............................................. 2 ................... ...................  99.9  Total obligations ........................................................  32  77  97  Personnel Summary 1995 actual  Identification code 20–8526–0–1–750  Total compensable workyears: 1001 Full-time equivalent employment .................................. 123 1005 Full-time equivalent of overtime and holiday hours ...................  1996 est.  1997 est.  261 1  119 1  f  FEDERAL LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING CENTER Federal Funds  New budget authority (gross), detail: 42.00 Transferred from other accounts ...................................  39  77  97  SALARIES  Change in unpaid obligations: Unpaid obligations, start of year: Obligated balance: Appropriation ............................................................. ................... 73.10 New obligations ............................................................. 32 73.20 Total outlays (gross) ...................................................... ¥15 74.40 Unpaid obligations, end of year: Obligated balance: Appropriation ............................................................. 17 72.40  ejoyner on DSK30MW082PROD with MISCELLANEOUS  86.90 86.93  Outlays (gross), detail: Outlays from new current authority .............................. 15 Outlays from current balances ...................................... ...................  17 77 ¥73  21 97 ¥93  21  25  65 8  81 12  87.00  Total outlays (gross) .................................................  15  73  93  89.00 90.00  Net budget authority and outlays: Budget authority ............................................................ Outlays ...........................................................................  39 15  77 73  97 93  Amounts for the Department of the Treasury’s portion of Crime Control Programs are derived from transfers from the Violent Crime Reduction Trust Fund (VCRTF) as authorized by the Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act of 1994. In 1997, the President has proposed funding expanded southwest border drug enforcement activities and additional technology, including non-intrusive inspection devices, to support the United States Customs Service mission. Additional VCRTF proposals include continued funding for the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) Gang Resistance Education and Training (GREAT) program—a vital part of our nation’s fight against gangs. Further funding has also been provided: to ATF for enhanced use of its National Tracing Center and Integrated Violence Impact strategy to fight illegal interstate firearms trafficking; to the United States Secret Service to continue its efforts against counterfeiting, to aid in the effort to locate missing children, to pay for upgrades to White House security, and for other activities; and to the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center to allow for facility upgrades. Object Classification (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  Identification code 20–8526–0–1–750  11.1  Personnel compensation: Full-time permanent ..................................................  VerDate Sep 11 2014  13:21 Nov 02, 2016  Jkt 059060  General and special funds:  1996 est.  1997 est.  7  5  6  PO 00000  Frm 00010  Fmt 3616  AND  EXPENSES  For necessary expenses of the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, as a bureau of the Department of the Treasury, including materials and support costs of Federal law enforcement basic training; purchase (not to exceed fifty-two for police-type use, without regard to the general purchase price limitation) and hire of passenger motor vehicles; for expenses for student athletic and related activities; uniforms without regard to the general purchase price limitation for the current fiscal year; the conducting of and participating in firearms matches and presentation of awards; for public awareness and enhancing community support of law enforcement training; not to exceed ø$7,000¿ $9,500 for official reception and representation expenses; room and board for student interns; and services as authorized by 5 U.S.C. 3109: Provided, That the Center is authorized to accept and use gifts of property, both real and personal, and to accept services, for authorized purposes, including funding of a gift of intrinsic value which shall be awarded annually by the Director of the Center to the outstanding student who graduated from a basic training program at the Center during the previous fiscal year, which shall be funded only by gifts received through the Center’s gift authority: Provided further, That notwithstanding any other provision of law, students attending training at any Federal Law Enforcement Training Center site shall reside in on-Center or Center-provided housing, insofar as available and in accordance with Center policy: Provided further, That funds appropriated in this account shall be available for training United States Postal Service law enforcement personnel and Postal police officers, at the discretion of the Director; State and local government law enforcement training on a spaceavailable basis; training of foreign law enforcement officials on a space-available basis with reimbursement of actual costs to this appropriation; training of private sector security officials on a spaceavailable basis with reimbursement of actual costs to this appropriation; travel expenses of non-Federal personnel to attend øState and local¿ course development meetings and training at the Center: Provided further, That the Center is authorized to obligate funds in anticipation of reimbursements from agencies receiving training at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, except that total obligations at the end of the fiscal year shall not exceed total budgetary resources available at the end of the fiscal year: Provided further, That the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center is authorized to provide short term medical services for students undergoing training at the Center; ø$36,070,000¿ $50,518,000, of which ø$8,666,000¿ $9,423,000 for materials and support costs of Federal law enforcement basic training shall remain available until September 30, ø1998¿ 1999. (Treasury Department Appropriations Act, 1996.) Sfmt 3643  C:\ERIC\TRE.XXX  TRE  FEDERAL LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING CENTER—Continued Federal Funds—Continued  DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY Program and Financing (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  Identification code 20–0104–0–1–751  1996 est.  1997 est.  Obligations by program activity: Direct program: 00.01 Law enforcement training ......................................... 00.02 Plant operations ........................................................ 00.03 State and local training ............................................  27 15 2  28 17 2  31 18 2  00.91 01.01  Total direct program ............................................. Reimbursable program ..................................................  44 22  47 21  51 22  10.00  Total obligations ........................................................  66  68  73  Students Trained: Basic ................................................................................... Advanced ............................................................................ Variable Cost per Basic Training Student Week .................... Plant Operations: Student Quality Surveys-Services (Scale 0–6) ....................... Participating Agency Quality of Training Survey (Scale 0– 100) .................................................................................... State and Local Training: Student Weeks Trained ........................................................... Students Trained .....................................................................  795  7,998 11,295 145  13,034 9,281 150  10,468 11,528 155  4.2  4.3  4.4  87  88  89  4,160 2,517  4,290 3,093  3,991 2,943  Object Classification (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  Identification code 20–0104–0–1–751  Budgetary resources available for obligation: 21.40 Unobligated balance available, start of year: Uninvested balance ................................................... ................... 14 3 22.00 New budget authority (gross) ........................................ 81 57 73 22.30 Unobligated balance expiring ........................................ ¥1 ................... ................... 23.90 23.95 24.40  Total budgetary resources available for obligation New obligations ............................................................. Unobligated balance available, end of year: Uninvested balance ...................................................  New budget authority (gross), detail: Current: 40.00 Appropriation ............................................................. Permanent: 68.00 Spending authority from offsetting collections: Offsetting collections (cash) ..................................... 70.00  Total new budget authority (gross) ..........................  Change in unpaid obligations: 72.40 Unpaid obligations, start of year: Obligated balance: Appropriation ............................................................. 73.10 New obligations ............................................................. 73.20 Total outlays (gross) ...................................................... 73.40 Adjustments in expired accounts .................................. 74.40 Unpaid obligations, end of year: Obligated balance: Appropriation .............................................................  71 ¥68  76 ¥73  14  3  3  11.9 12.1 21.0 23.3  1996 est.  1997 est.  20 1 1  21 1 1  22 1 1  Total personnel compensation ......................... Civilian personnel benefits ....................................... Travel and transportation of persons ....................... Communications, utilities, and miscellaneous charges ................................................................. Other services ............................................................ Supplies and materials ............................................. Equipment .................................................................  22 5 2  23 6 2  24 6 2  3 6 3 3  3 7 3 3  3 10 3 3  59  36  51  25.2 26.0 31.0  22  21  22  99.0 99.0  Subtotal, direct obligations .................................. Reimbursable obligations ..............................................  44 22  47 21  51 22  81  57  73  99.9  Total obligations ........................................................  66  68  73  Personnel Summary 10 12 20 66 68 73 ¥62 ¥60 ¥70 ¥2 ................... ................... 12  20  23  86.90 86.93 86.97  Outlays (gross), detail: Outlays from new current authority .............................. Outlays from current balances ...................................... Outlays from new permanent authority .........................  35 5 22  32 7 21  45 4 22  87.00  Total outlays (gross) .................................................  62  60  70  1995 actual  Identification code 20–0104–0–1–751  Direct: Total compensable workyears: 1001 Full-time equivalent employment .............................. 1005 Full-time equivalent of overtime and holiday hours Reimbursable: 2001 Total compensable workyears: Full-time equivalent employment ...............................................................  ¥22  ¥21  ¥22  Net budget authority and outlays: Budget authority ............................................................ Outlays ...........................................................................  59 40  36 39  51 48  The Federal Law Enforcement Training Center provides the necessary facilities, equipment, and support services for conducting recruit, advanced, specialized, and refresher training for Federal law enforcement personnel. Center personnel conduct the instructional programs for the basic recruit and some of the advanced training. This appropriation is for operating expenses of the Center, for research in law enforcement training methods, and curriculum content. In addition, the Center has a reimbursable program to accommodate the training requirements of various Federal agencies. As funds are available, law enforcement training is provided to certain State and local law enforcement personnel on a space-available basis.  1996 est.  1997 est.  444 7  461 7  470 7  4  21  21  f  ACQUISITION, CONSTRUCTION, IMPROVEMENTS, EXPENSES  Offsets: Against gross budget authority and outlays: 88.00 Offsetting collections (cash) from: Federal sources  89.00 90.00  ejoyner on DSK30MW082PROD with MISCELLANEOUS  80 ¥66  11.1 11.5 11.8  Direct obligations: Personnel compensation: Full-time permanent ............................................. Other personnel compensation ............................. Special personal services payments ....................  AND  RELATED  For expansion of the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, for acquisition of necessary additional real property and facilities, and for ongoing maintenance, facility improvements, and related expenses, ø$9,663,000¿ $9,884,000, to remain available until expended. (Treasury Department Appropriations Act, 1996.) Program and Financing (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  Identification code 20–0105–0–1–751  1996 est.  1997 est.  Obligations by program activity: Total obligations ............................................................  5  39  8  Budgetary resources available for obligation: Unobligated balance available, start of year: Uninvested balance ................................................... 22.00 New budget authority (gross) ........................................  34 5  35 10  6 10  39 ¥5  45 ¥39  16 ¥8  35  6  8  10.00  21.40  23.90 23.95 24.40  Total budgetary resources available for obligation New obligations ............................................................. Unobligated balance available, end of year: Uninvested balance ...................................................  PERFORMANCE MEASURES BY BUDGET ACTIVITY 1995 actual  Law Enforcement Training: Student Quality Surveys-Basic Training (Scale 0–6) ............. Participating Agency Quality of Training Survey (Scale 0– 100) .................................................................................... Student Weeks Trained: Basic ................................................................................... Advanced ............................................................................ VerDate Sep 11 2014  13:21 Nov 02, 2016  Jkt 059060  1996 est.  1997 est.  New budget authority (gross), detail: Appropriation .................................................................. Appropriation rescinded ................................................. Unobligated balance rescinded .....................................  4.7  4.7  4.8  40.00 40.35 40.36  84  85  86  43.00  Appropriation (total) ..................................................  5  10  10  56,572 16,147  97,985 14,424  73,294 19,486  70.00  Total new budget authority (gross) ..........................  5  10  10  PO 00000  Frm 00011  Fmt 3616  Sfmt 3643  C:\ERIC\TRE.XXX  TRE  16 10 10 ¥6 ................... ................... ¥5 ................... ...................  796  FEDERAL LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING CENTER—Continued Federal Funds—Continued  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1997  General and special funds—Continued ACQUISITION, CONSTRUCTION, IMPROVEMENTS, EXPENSES—Continued  AND  RELATED  Program and Financing (in millions of dollars)—Continued 1995 actual  Identification code 20–0105–0–1–751  1996 est.  11 5 ¥8  8 39 ¥10  37 8 ¥9  8  37  36  1 8  1 7  87.00  Total outlays (gross) .................................................  8  10  9  89.00 90.00  Net budget authority and outlays: Budget authority ............................................................ Outlays ...........................................................................  5 8  10 10  10 9  This account provides for the acquisition, construction, improvements, equipment, furnishings and related costs for expansion and maintenance of facilities of the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center. Object Classification (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  1996 est.  1997 est.  31.0 32.0  Equipment ...................................................................... Land and structures ......................................................  1 4  2 37  1 7  99.9  Total obligations ........................................................  5  39  8  f  FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT SERVICE General and special funds: EXPENSES  For necessary expenses of the Financial Management Service, ø$184,300,000¿ $200,070,000 of which not to exceed ø$14,277,000¿ $17,330,000 shall remain available until expended for systems modernization initiatives. In addition, $90,000, to be derived from the Oil Spill Liability Trust Fund, to reimburse the Service for administrative and personnel expenses for financial management of the Fund, as authorized by section 1012 of Public Law 101–380. (Treasury Department Appropriations Act, 1996.) Program and Financing (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  ejoyner on DSK30MW082PROD with MISCELLANEOUS  1996 est.  1997 est.  Obligations by program activity: Direct program: 00.01 Financial operations .................................................. 00.02 Federal finance .......................................................... 00.04 Agency support ..........................................................  100 14 69  119 13 68  116 15 69  00.91 01.01  Total direct program ............................................. Reimbursable program ..................................................  183 151  200 165  200 158  10.00  Total obligations ........................................................  334  365  358  Budgetary resources available for obligation: Unobligated balance available, start of year: Uninvested balance ................................................... 22.00 New budget authority (gross) ........................................  17 334  16 ................... 349 358  21.40  23.90 23.95 24.40  Total budgetary resources available for obligation New obligations ............................................................. Unobligated balance available, end of year: Uninvested balance ...................................................  VerDate Sep 11 2014  13:21 Nov 02, 2016  Jkt 059060  68.90  351 ¥334  365 ¥365  358 ¥358  16 ................... ................... PO 00000  Frm 00012  Fmt 3616  184  200  143 165 158 8 ................... ...................  Spending authority from offsetting collections (total) ...........................................................  151  165  158  Total new budget authority (gross) ..........................  334  349  358  Change in unpaid obligations: Unpaid obligations, start of year: 72.40 Obligated balance: Appropriation ............................. 72.95 Orders on hand from Federal sources ......................  55 4  45 12  61 12  72.99 73.10 73.20 73.40 74.40 74.95  Total unpaid obligations, start of year ................ New obligations ............................................................. Total outlays (gross) ...................................................... Adjustments in expired accounts .................................. Unpaid obligations, end of year: Obligated balance: Appropriation ............................. Orders on hand from Federal sources ......................  74.99  59 57 73 334 365 358 ¥333 ¥349 ¥356 ¥1 ................... ................... 45 12  61 12  63 12  Total unpaid obligations, end of year ..................  57  73  75  86.90 86.93 86.97  Outlays (gross), detail: Outlays from new current authority .............................. Outlays from current balances ...................................... Outlays from new permanent authority .........................  148 41 143  149 35 165  162 35 158  87.00  Total outlays (gross) .................................................  333  349  356  Offsets: Against gross budget authority and outlays: 88.00 Offsetting collections (cash) from: Federal sources 88.95 Change in orders on hand from Federal sources .........  89.00 90.00  Federal Funds  Identification code 20–1801–0–1–803  183  Appropriation (total) ............................................. Permanent: Spending authority from offsetting collections: Offsetting collections (cash) ................................ Change in orders on hand from Federal sources  70.00  2 6  AND  43.00 1997 est.  Outlays (gross), detail: 86.90 Outlays from new current authority .............................. 86.93 Outlays from current balances ......................................  SALARIES  184 184 200 ¥1 ................... ...................  68.00 68.10  Change in unpaid obligations: 72.40 Unpaid obligations, start of year: Obligated balance: Appropriation ............................................................. 73.10 New obligations ............................................................. 73.20 Total outlays (gross) ...................................................... 74.40 Unpaid obligations, end of year: Obligated balance: Appropriation .............................................................  Identification code 20–0105–0–1–751  New budget authority (gross), detail: Current: 40.00 Appropriation ............................................................. 40.75 Procurement reduction pursuant to P.L. 103¥[329]  Net budget authority and outlays: Budget authority ............................................................ Outlays ...........................................................................  ¥143 ¥165 ¥158 ¥8 ................... ...................  183 190  184 184  200 198  Financial Operations.—Payments are made through six regional offices for Federal civilian agencies, except the U.S. Postal Service, the U.S. Marshals Service, and certain Government corporations. These disbursing services are provided through the timely issuance of checks, letters of credit, and electronic funds transfer (EFT) payments. This activity is also responsible for processing EFT claims, for promoting the use of electronics in the payment process, and for providing full field representation for other functional areas of the Service. This activity is also responsible for the control and financial integrity of the Federal payments and collections processes including debt collection management functions. This includes conducting reconciliation, accounting, and claims activities. It adjudicates and settles claims against the United States resulting from instances in which Government checks have been forged, lost, stolen, destroyed, or mutilated, and collects moneys from those parties having liability to the United States through fraudulent or otherwise improper negotiation of Government checks. Financial Operations ensures the integrity of the Government’s financial accounting, reporting, and financing services and financial accounting and reporting systems to the Government-at-large and to its agents, who participate in the payments and collections processes. Additionally, this activity provides financial services for numerous accounts, including the two Social Security Trust Funds, the two Medicare Trust Funds, the Unemployment Trust Fund, the D.C. Government loan account, the Highway Trust Fund, and the Airport and Airway Trust Fund. In addition, this activity provides for payment of domestic and international claims. Sfmt 3647  C:\ERIC\TRE.XXX  TRE  FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT SERVICE—Continued Federal Funds—Continued  DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY PERFORMANCE MEASURES  797  Object Classification (in millions of dollars) 1995  1996  1. Percentage of claims processed within current FMS standards ......................................................................................... 90.0 2. Percentage of checks that are released for on-time delivery 99.9 3. Percent of days the Daily Treasury Statement is released on time ......................................................................................... 98.5 4. Percent of Federal Program Agencies with debt servicing requirements for which FMS provides and operates debt servicing arrangements on a reimbursable basis ................. ....................  1997  1995 actual  Identification code 20–1801–0–1–803  90.0 99.9  90.0 99.9  99.0  100  1.0  3.0  Federal Finance.—This activity provides direction, leadership, and technical guidance for managing the Federal Government’s cash, credit, and debt management programs. It is responsible for the development, implementation, and dissemination of tools, regulations, standards, and guidelines affecting all aspects of the Government’s cash, credit, and debt management programs. The major focus is on development and evaluation of cash, credit and asset management techniques, and credit management training, to minimize the cost and maximize the effectiveness of the Federal Government’s financial management. In addition, this activity oversees compensation made to commercial depositories for the processing services they provide to the Government in collecting and accounting of Federal Tax Deposits.  11.1 11.3 11.5  Direct obligations: Personnel compensation: Full-time permanent ............................................. Other than full-time permanent ........................... Other personnel compensation .............................  11.9 12.1 21.0 23.1 23.2 23.3 24.0 25.1 25.2 25.3 25.4 25.7 26.0 31.0  86 1 3  1996 est.  1997 est.  92 1 3  98 1 3  Total personnel compensation ......................... 90 96 Civilian personnel benefits ....................................... 16 17 Travel and transportation of persons ....................... 2 2 Rental payments to GSA ........................................... 13 13 Rental payments to others ........................................ ................... ................... Communications, utilities, and miscellaneous charges ................................................................. 16 17 Printing and reproduction ......................................... 3 6 Advisory and assistance services ............................. 2 3 Other services ............................................................ 16 17 Purchases of goods and services from Government accounts ................................................................ 4 3 Operation and maintenance of facilities .................. 1 1 Operation and maintenance of equipment ............... 3 2 Supplies and materials ............................................. 4 4 Equipment ................................................................. 13 18  102 19 2 13 1 18 6 3 14 4 1 3 4 10  99.0 99.0 99.5  Subtotal, direct obligations .................................. Reimbursable obligations .............................................. Below reporting threshold ..............................................  183 149 2  199 200 165 158 1 ...................  99.9  Total obligations ........................................................  334  365  358  PERFORMANCE MEASURES 1995  ejoyner on DSK30MW082PROD with MISCELLANEOUS  1. Percent of transmissions of value and associated information made electronically ................................ 2. Increase in percentage of corporation withholding taxes collected electronically .................................... 3. Electronic collections as a percentage of total collection ........................................................................ 4. Number of new EFT participants/converted from current check recipients (assuming mandatory EFT legislation) ................................................................. 5. Number of states or state alliances able to make all electronic Federal payments ................................ 6. Percent of EBT systems implemented ......................  1996  1997  Personnel Summary  50.49  51.82  53.07  10.0  20.0  30.0  25.0  30.0  30.0  6,000  35,000  130,000  1 2.0  10 20.0  24 20.0  Agency Support.—This activity provides leadership and guidance for administrative and financial activities that enable the Service to manage programs and resources effectively. It is responsible for all internal FMS accounting, auditing, program review, budget and financial operations, financial systems, and facilities and personnel functions. This activity also encompasses the Service’s legal, planning, and legislative and public affairs needs. Top management and the Service’s Chief Financial Officer are also included under this activity. In addition, this activity is responsible for overseeing the development, implementation, and operation of information and financial management systems. It is responsible for automated data processing (ADP) operations and the associated computer support necessary to maintain the Service’s internal and Government-wide systems. Specific functions include operating and maintaining all central facility computer systems and data communications mechanisms, scheduling and processing development and production workloads, installing and tuning operating system software, planning and coordinating hardware installations, providing user support services, and acquiring ADP and telecommunications equipment, software, services and supplies. It also supports a large number of developmental efforts to enhance the collections, payments, accounting, reporting, and resource management functions of the Service. PERFORMANCE MEASURES 1995  1. Percentage of deliverables accepted on time vs. total scheduled deliverables for major information system development projects ............................................................. .................... VerDate Sep 11 2014  13:21 Nov 02, 2016  Jkt 059060  PO 00000  1996  1997  63.0  75.0  Frm 00013  Fmt 3616  1995 actual  Identification code 20–1801–0–1–803  Direct: Total compensable workyears: 1001 Full-time equivalent employment 1005 Full-time equivalent of overtime Reimbursable: Total compensable workyears: 2001 Full-time equivalent employment 2005 Full-time equivalent of overtime  1996 est.  1997 est.  .............................. and holiday hours  2,008 29  2,048 29  2,097 29  .............................. and holiday hours  112 2  132 2  58 2  f  HUD PUBLIC HOUSING INTEREST SUBSIDY PAYMENTS Program and Financing (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  Identification code 20–1810–0–1–604  1996 est.  1997 est.  Budgetary resources available for obligation: Unobligated balance available, start of year: Uninvested balance ................................................... 174 174 174 22.00 New budget authority (gross) ........................................ ................... ................... ................... 21.40  23.90 24.40  Total budgetary resources available for obligation Unobligated balance available, end of year: Uninvested balance ...................................................  174  174  174  174  174  174  70.00  New budget authority (gross), detail: Total new budget authority (gross) ............................... ................... ................... ...................  73.10  Change in unpaid obligations: New obligations ............................................................. ................... ................... ...................  87.00  Outlays (gross), detail: Total outlays (gross) ...................................................... ................... ................... ...................  89.00 90.00  Net budget authority and outlays: Budget authority ............................................................ ................... ................... ................... Outlays ........................................................................... ................... ................... ...................  In 1985, funds were appropriated to the Treasury to cover the additional interest expenses incurred on borrowings by the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development from the Treasury to extend direct loans to local public housing projects under section 5(c) of the United States Housing Act of 1937. Sfmt 3616  C:\ERIC\TRE.XXX  TRE  798  FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT SERVICE—Continued Federal Funds—Continued  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1997  86.97  Outlays (gross), detail: Outlays from new permanent authority ......................... ................... ...................  122  87.00  Total outlays (gross) ................................................. ................... ...................  122  89.00 90.00  Net budget authority and outlays: Budget authority ............................................................ ................... ................... Outlays ........................................................................... ................... ...................  122 122  General and special funds—Continued HUD PUBLIC HOUSING INTEREST SUBSIDY PAYMENTS—Continued  This appropriation was available only in connection with additional interest expenses incurred on Treasury borrowings prior to April 4, 1985. f  PAYMENT  TO THE  RESOLUTION FUNDING CORPORATION  Program and Financing (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  Identification code 20–1851–0–1–908  1996 est.  1997 est.  10.00  Obligations by program activity: Total obligations (object class 41.0) ............................  2,328  2,328  2,328  22.00 23.95  Budgetary resources available for obligation: New budget authority (gross) ........................................ New obligations .............................................................  2,328 ¥2,328  2,328 ¥2,328  2,328 ¥2,328  60.05  New budget authority (gross), detail: Appropriation (indefinite) ...............................................  2,328  2,328  2,328  73.10 73.20  Change in unpaid obligations: New obligations ............................................................. Total outlays (gross) ......................................................  2,328 ¥2,328  2,328 ¥2,328  2,328 ¥2,328  86.97  Outlays (gross), detail: Outlays from new permanent authority .........................  2,328  2,328  2,328  87.00  Total outlays (gross) .................................................  2,328  2,328  2,328  10.00  Obligations by program activity: Total obligations (object class 43.0) ............................  4  4  4  89.00 90.00  Net budget authority and outlays: Budget authority ............................................................ Outlays ...........................................................................  2,328 2,328  2,328 2,328  2,328 2,328  22.00 23.95  Budgetary resources available for obligation: New budget authority (gross) ........................................ New obligations .............................................................  5 ¥4  4 ¥4  4 ¥4  60.05  New budget authority (gross), detail: Appropriation (indefinite) ...............................................  5  4  4  14 4 ¥2  16 4 ¥4  14 4 ¥4  16  14  14  f  INTEREST  f  FEDERAL RESERVE BANK REIMBURSEMENT FUND (Legislative proposal, subject to PAYGO) Program and Financing (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  Identification code 20–1884–4–1–803  1996 est.  1997 est.  10.00  Obligations by program activity: Total obligations (object class 25.3) ............................ ................... ...................  122  22.00 23.95  Budgetary resources available for obligation: New budget authority (gross) ........................................ ................... ................... New obligations ............................................................. ................... ...................  122 ¥122  60.05  New budget authority (gross), detail: Appropriation (indefinite) ............................................... ................... ...................  122  73.10 73.20  Change in unpaid obligations: New obligations ............................................................. ................... ................... Total outlays (gross) ...................................................... ................... ...................  122 ¥122  13:21 Nov 02, 2016  Jkt 059060  UNINVESTED FUNDS  Program and Financing (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  Change in unpaid obligations: Unpaid obligations, start of year: Obligated balance: Appropriation ............................................................. 73.10 New obligations ............................................................. 73.20 Total outlays (gross) ...................................................... 74.40 Unpaid obligations, end of year: Obligated balance: Appropriation .............................................................  PO 00000  Frm 00014  1996 est.  1997 est.  72.40  86.97  Outlays (gross), detail: Outlays from new permanent authority .........................  2  4  4  87.00  Total outlays (gross) .................................................  2  4  4  89.00 90.00  Net budget authority and outlays: Budget authority ............................................................ Outlays ...........................................................................  5 3  4 4  4 4  Under conditions of the law creating each trust, interest accruing and payable from the general fund of the Treasury is appropriated for payment to the proper fund receipt accounts (31 U.S.C. 1321; 2 U.S.C. 158; 20 U.S.C. 74a and 101; 24 U.S.C. 46; and 69 Stat. 533). Pursuant to Public Law 101–510, commencing October 1, 1991, the Soldiers’ Home Permanent Fund will be invested in Treasury securities. The following schedule details the interest paid under this account: [In millions of dollars] 1995 actual  Library of Congress trust fund 1 ................................................. .................... Immigration bonds deposit fund ................................................ 3 Total outlays .................................................................. 1 Interest  VerDate Sep 11 2014  ON  Identification code 20–1860–0–1–908  The Financial Institutions Reform, Recovery, and Enforcement Act of 1989 authorized and appropriated to the Secretary of the Treasury, such sums as may be necessary to cover interest payments on obligations issued by the Resolution Funding Corporation (REFCORP). REFCORP was established under the Act to raise $31.2 billion for the Resolution Trust Corporation (RTC) in order to resolve savings institution insolvencies. Sources of payment for interest due on REFCORP obligations include REFCORP investment income, proceeds from the sale of assets or warrants acquired by the RTC, and annual contributions by the Federal Home Loan Banks. If these payment sources are insufficient to cover all interest costs, funds appropriated to the Treasury shall be used to meet the shortfall.  ejoyner on DSK30MW082PROD with MISCELLANEOUS  Legislation will be proposed to establish a permanent, indefinite appropriation to reimburse Federal Reserve Banks for their services as fiscal agents for Treasury’s Fiscal Service (with the exception of services associated with the administration of the public debt provided under Public Law 101–509). These services include processing Government checks and electronic payments, maintaining Treasury accounts, and processing Federal tax deposits. Payments to Federal Reserve Banks are deficit neutral because they result in a corresponding increase in deposit earnings of Federal Reserve System receipts.  Fmt 3616  Sfmt 3616  rate is 8.0%.  C:\ERIC\TRE.XXX  TRE  3  1996 est.  1997 est.  1 3  1 3  4  4  FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT SERVICE—Continued Federal Funds—Continued  DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY FEDERAL INTEREST LIABILITIES  TO THE  STATES  CLAIMS, JUDGMENTS,  1995 actual  RELIEF ACTS  Program and Financing (in millions of dollars)  Program and Financing (in millions of dollars) Identification code 20–1877–0–1–908  AND  799  1996 est.  1997 est.  1995 actual  Identification code 20–1895–0–1–808  1996 est.  1997 est.  Obligations by program activity: Claims adjudicated administratively: 00.01 Claims for damages .................................................. 00.03 Claims for contract disputes ....................................  18 104  20 105  20 105  00.91  122  125  125  01.01 01.02  Total claims adjudicated administratively ........... Judgments of the Court: Judgments, Court of Claims ..................................... Judgments, U.S. Courts .............................................  577 405  440 435  440 435  01.91  Total judgments of the courts ..............................  982  875  875  10.00  Total obligations ........................................................  1,104  1,000  1,000  22.00 23.95  Budgetary resources available for obligation: New budget authority (gross) ........................................ New obligations .............................................................  1,104 ¥1,104  1,000 ¥1,000  1,000 ¥1,000  60.05  New budget authority (gross), detail: Appropriation (indefinite) ...............................................  1,104  1,000  1,000  73.10 73.20  Change in unpaid obligations: New obligations ............................................................. Total outlays (gross) ......................................................  1,104 ¥1,104  1,000 ¥1,000  1,000 ¥1,000  86.97  Outlays (gross), detail: Outlays from new permanent authority .........................  1,104  1,000  1,000  As provided by statute and regulation, interest is paid to States when Federal funds are not transferred timely.  87.00  Total outlays (gross) .................................................  1,104  1,000  1,000  f  89.00 90.00  Net budget authority and outlays: Budget authority ............................................................ Outlays ...........................................................................  1,104 1,104  1,000 1,000  1,000 1,000  Obligations by program activity: 10.00 Total obligations (object class 25.2) ............................  5  14  28  22.00 23.95  Budgetary resources available for obligation: New budget authority (gross) ........................................ New obligations .............................................................  5 ¥5  14 ¥14  28 ¥28  60.05  New budget authority (gross), detail: Appropriation (indefinite) ...............................................  5  14  28  Change in unpaid obligations: 73.10 New obligations ............................................................. 73.20 Total outlays (gross) ......................................................  5 ¥5  14 ¥14  28 ¥28  86.97  Outlays (gross), detail: Outlays from new permanent authority .........................  5  14  28  87.00  Total outlays (gross) .................................................  5  14  28  Net budget authority and outlays: 89.00 Budget authority ............................................................ 90.00 Outlays ...........................................................................  NET INTEREST PAID  TO  5 5  14 14  28 28  LOAN GUARANTEE FINANCING ACCOUNTS  Program and Financing (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  Identification code 20–1880–0–1–908  10.00  Obligations by program activity: Total obligations (object class 43.0) ............................  2,541  1996 est.  778  1997 est.  795  Appropriations are made for payment of claims and interest for damages not chargeable to appropriations of individual agencies and for payment of private and public relief acts. Public Law 95–26 authorized a permanent indefinite appropriation to pay certain judgments from the general funds of the Treasury. Object Classification (in millions of dollars)  Budgetary resources available for obligation: 22.00 New budget authority (gross) ........................................ 23.95 New obligations .............................................................  2,541 ¥2,541  778 ¥778  795 ¥795  New budget authority (gross), detail: Appropriation (indefinite) ...............................................  2,541  778  795  60.05  1995 actual  Identification code 20–1895–0–1–808  1996 est.  1997 est.  42.0 43.0  Insurance claims and indemnities ................................ Interest and dividends ...................................................  1,096 8  900 100  900 100  99.9  Total obligations ........................................................  1,104  1,000  1,000  f  Change in unpaid obligations: 73.10 New obligations ............................................................. 73.20 Total outlays (gross) ......................................................  2,541 ¥2,541  778 ¥778  795 ¥795  ENERGY SECURITY RESERVE  ejoyner on DSK30MW082PROD with MISCELLANEOUS  Program and Financing (in millions of dollars) Outlays (gross), detail: 86.97 Outlays from new permanent authority .........................  2,541  778  795  87.00  Total outlays (gross) .................................................  2,541  778  795  89.00 90.00  Net budget authority and outlays: Budget authority ............................................................ Outlays ...........................................................................  2,541 2,541  778 778  795 795  Loan guarantee financing accounts receive various payments and fees and make payment on defaults. When cash balances result from an excess of receipts over outlays, these balances are deposited with Treasury and earn interest. This account pays such interest to credit loan guarantee financing accounts from the general fund of the Treasury in accordance with section 505(c) of the Federal Credit Reform Act of 1990. The estimates of interest paid by this fund are derived from the estimates of interest received in the various financing accounts. VerDate Sep 11 2014  13:21 Nov 02, 2016  Jkt 059060  PO 00000  Frm 00015  Fmt 3616  1995 actual  Identification code 20–0112–0–1–271  1996 est.  1997 est.  Budgetary resources available for obligation: Unobligated balance available, start of year: Uninvested balance ................................................... 305 304 304 22.00 New budget authority (gross) ........................................ ................... ................... ................... 21.40  23.90 24.40  70.00  Total budgetary resources available for obligation Unobligated balance available, end of year: Uninvested balance ...................................................  305  304  304  304  304  304  New budget authority (gross), detail: Total new budget authority (gross) ............................... ................... ................... ...................  Change in unpaid obligations: Unpaid obligations, start of year: Obligated balance: Appropriation ............................................................. 438 397 362 73.10 New obligations ............................................................. ................... ................... ................... 73.20 Total outlays (gross) ...................................................... ¥42 ¥35 ¥19 74.40 Unpaid obligations, end of year: Obligated balance: Appropriation ............................................................. 397 362 343 72.40  Sfmt 3643  C:\ERIC\TRE.XXX  TRE  800  FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT SERVICE—Continued Federal Funds—Continued  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1997  General and special funds—Continued ENERGY SECURITY RESERVE—Continued Program and Financing (in millions of dollars)—Continued 1995 actual  Identification code 20–0112–0–1–271  1996 est.  1997 est.  86.93  Outlays (gross), detail: Outlays from current balances ......................................  42  35  19  87.00  Total outlays (gross) .................................................  42  35  19  89.00 90.00  Net budget authority and outlays: Budget authority ............................................................ ................... ................... ................... Outlays ........................................................................... 42 35 19  The Energy Security Reserve was created principally to finance the activities of the U.S. Synthetic Fuels Corporation. Public Law 99–190 rescinded the balance of unobligated funds available to the Corporation. The Act left $10 million in the Reserve for the Corporation’s liquidation and $400 million for a Clean Coal Technology Demonstration program, which has been transferred to a new account in the Department of Energy. The Act also transferred responsibility for ongoing projects of the Corporation to the Secretary of the Treasury; these projects’ activities and financing will continue to be displayed in this account.  This account finances programs to aid commercial production of alcohol and other fuels from crops and crop waste, timber, animal and timber waste, and other forms of biomass and urban waste activities, as authorized under Title II of the Energy Security Act. Administrative Provisions in 1989 for the Department of Energy allow the Department of Energy to retain in this account any funds brought into its Alcohol Fuels Loan Guarantee Program, either through sale of assets the Government has acquired through loan default and foreclosure, or repayments made on a loan for which the Department of Energy has become the direct lender by paying the guarantee on a defaulted loan. These retained funds will be held in a reserve against the possibility of further guaranteed loan defaults. The Department of Energy will also be able to use unobligated funds from its Alternative Fuels Production account to pay the guaranteed portion of defaults if the need arises, and if those funds are not needed by the Alternative Fuels Production program. In 1993, $44 million was transferred to the Energy Information Administration (EIA) to offset approximately half of EIA’s budget authority requirements. f  Credit accounts: PAYMENTS  Personnel Summary 1995 actual  Identification code 20–0112–0–1–271  1001  Total compensable workyears: Full-time equivalent employment ...............................................................  1996 est.  2  1997 est.  2  2  f  TO THE  FARM CREDIT SYSTEM FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE CORPORATION  For necessary payments to the Farm Credit System Financial Assistance Corporation by the Secretary of the Treasury, as authorized by section 6.28(c) of the Farm Credit Act of 1971, as amended, for reimbursement of interest expenses incurred by the Financial Assistance Corporation on obligations issued through 1994, as authorized, ø$15,453,000¿ $10,290,000. (Agriculture, Rural Development, Food and Drug Administration, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 1996.)  BIOMASS ENERGY DEVELOPMENT  Program and Financing (in millions of dollars)  Program and Financing (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  Identification code 20–1850–0–1–908 1995 actual  Identification code 20–0114–0–1–271  Budgetary resources available for obligation: 21.40 Unobligated balance available, start of year: Uninvested balance ................................................... 22.00 New budget authority (gross) ........................................ 23.90 24.40  Total budgetary resources available for obligation Unobligated balance available, end of year: Uninvested balance ...................................................  30 27  1996 est.  57 41 ¥16 ...................  57  41  41  57  41  41  New budget authority (gross), detail: Current: 41.00 Transferred to other accounts ................................... ................... ¥16 ................... Permanent: 68.00 Spending authority from offsetting collections: Offsetting collections (cash) ..................................... 27 ................... ...................  ejoyner on DSK30MW082PROD with MISCELLANEOUS  70.00  Total new budget authority (gross) ..........................  27  Outlays (gross), detail: Total outlays (gross) ...................................................... ................... ................... ...................  Offsets: Against gross budget authority and outlays: 88.00 Offsetting collections (cash) from: Federal sources  89.00 90.00  ¥27 ................... ...................  Net budget authority and outlays: Budget authority ............................................................ ................... ¥16 ................... Outlays ........................................................................... ¥27 ................... ...................  VerDate Sep 11 2014  13:21 Nov 02, 2016  Jkt 059060  PO 00000  Frm 00016  1997 est.  10.00  Obligations by program activity: Total obligations (object class 41.0) ............................  22.00 22.30  Budgetary resources available for obligation: New budget authority (gross) ........................................ Unobligated balance expiring ........................................  23.90 23.95  Total budgetary resources available for obligation New obligations .............................................................  46 ¥46  15 ¥15  10 ¥10  40.00  New budget authority (gross), detail: Appropriation ..................................................................  57  15  10  73.10 73.20  Change in unpaid obligations: New obligations ............................................................. Total outlays (gross) ......................................................  46 ¥46  15 ¥15  10 ¥10  86.90  Outlays (gross), detail: Outlays from new current authority ..............................  46  15  10  87.00  Total outlays (gross) .................................................  46  15  10  89.00 90.00  Net budget authority and outlays: Budget authority ............................................................ Outlays ...........................................................................  57 46  15 15  10 10  ¥16 ...................  Change in unpaid obligations: 72.40 Unpaid obligations, start of year: Obligated balance: Appropriation ............................................................. 2 2 2 73.10 New obligations ............................................................. ................... ................... ................... 74.40 Unpaid obligations, end of year: Obligated balance: Appropriation ............................................................. 2 2 2  87.00  1996 est.  1997 est.  Fmt 3616  46  15  10  57 15 10 ¥11 ................... ...................  The Agricultural Credit Act of 1987 (Public Law 100–233) authorized such sums as necessary to be appropriated to the Secretary of the Treasury for payment to the Farm Credit System Financial Assistance Corporation (FAC). Treasury payments annually reimburse the FAC for interest expense on FAC debt, which is authorized to be issued through 1992. Treasury is authorized to pay all or part of FAC interest for the first 10 years on each 15-year FAC debt issuance. Debt proceeds are used to provide assistance Sfmt 3616  C:\ERIC\TRE.XXX  TRE  FEDERAL FINANCING BANK ACTIVITIES Federal Funds—Continued  DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY  to financially troubled Farm Credit System lending institutions. Federal interest payment was less than the appropriation request for 1995 because the financial performance of the Farm Credit System exceeded expectations. The Agricultural Credit Act of 1987 provided that the Farm Credit System’s share of interest assessment for FAC debt would increase if the System’s retained earnings exceeded five percent of its assets. For 1995, the Treasury portion of interest assessments was estimated at 50 percent. However, the System’s actual retained earnings levels supported an 80 percent share for 1995. f  REBATE  OF  Trust Funds SAINT LAWRENCE SEAWAY TOLLS  73.10 73.20 74.40  New obligations ............................................................. Total outlays (gross) ...................................................... Unpaid obligations, end of year: Obligated balance: Appropriation .............................................................  801  8,763 ¥8,763  7,457 ¥7,457  6,043 ¥6,043  2,366  2,366  2,366  86.97 86.98  Outlays (gross), detail: Outlays from new permanent authority ......................... Outlays from permanent balances ................................  87.00  Total outlays (gross) .................................................  8,763  7,457  6,043  Offsets: Against gross budget authority and outlays: 88.00 Offsetting collections (cash) from: Federal sources  ¥8,761  ¥7,457  ¥6,043  89.00 90.00  8,761 7,457 6,043 3 ................... ...................  Net budget authority and outlays: Budget authority ............................................................ ................... ................... ................... Outlays ........................................................................... 3 ................... ...................  (HARBOR MAINTENANCE TRUST FUND)  Program and Financing (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  Identification code 20–8865–0–7–808  1996 est.  1997 est.  10.00  Obligations by program activity: Total obligations (object class 25.2) ............................  2 ................... ...................  22.00  Budgetary resources available for obligation: New budget authority (gross) ........................................  2 ................... ...................  40.00  New budget authority (gross), detail: Appropriation ..................................................................  2 ................... ...................  73.10  Change in unpaid obligations: New obligations .............................................................  2 ................... ...................  86.90  Outlays (gross), detail: Outlays from new current authority ..............................  2 ................... ...................  87.00  89.00 90.00  Total outlays (gross) ................................................. ................... ................... ................... Net budget authority and outlays: Budget authority ............................................................ Outlays ...........................................................................  2 ................... ................... 2 ................... ...................  f  FEDERAL FINANCING BANK ACTIVITIES Federal Funds Intragovernmental funds: FEDERAL FINANCING BANK Program and Financing (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  Identification code 20–4521–0–4–803  1996 est.  1997 est.  Obligations by program activity: Operating expenses: 00.01 Administrative expenses ............................................ 00.02 Interest on borrowings from Treasury ....................... 00.04 Interest on borrowings from civil service and disability trust ........................................................... 00.05 Interest on prepayment premiums ............................  3 7,309  3 6,010  3 4,616  1,337 114  1,337 107  1,337 86  10.00  Total operating expenses ..........................................  8,763  7,457  6,043  Budgetary resources available for obligation: Unobligated balance available, start of year: Fund balance ...................................................................... 22.00 New budget authority (gross) ........................................  5 8,761  5 7,457  5 6,043  8,766 ¥8,763  7,462 ¥7,457  6,048 ¥6,043  5  5  5  New budget authority (gross), detail: Spending authority from offsetting collections (gross): Offsetting collections (cash) .....................................  8,761  7,457  6,043  Change in unpaid obligations: Unpaid obligations, start of year: Obligated balance: Appropriation .............................................................  2,366  2,366  2,366  PO 00000  Frm 00017  Fmt 3616  ejoyner on DSK30MW082PROD with MISCELLANEOUS  21.90  23.90 23.95 24.90  68.00  72.40  Total budgetary resources available for obligation New obligations ............................................................. Unobligated balance available, end of year: Fund balance ......................................................................  VerDate Sep 11 2014  13:21 Nov 02, 2016  Jkt 059060  The Federal Financing Bank (FFB) was created to ensure the coordination of Federal and federally assisted borrowing from the public and to ensure that such borrowings are financed in a manner least disruptive of private financial markets and institutions. Through 1991, the Bank was the vehicle through which most Federal agencies financed their programs involving the sale or placement of credit market instruments, including agency securities, guaranteed obligations, participation agreements, and loan assets. With the implementation of the Federal Credit Reform Act in 1992, agencies finance direct and guaranteed loan activity by borrowing directly from the Treasury as needed. The FFB no longer originates new loans to agencies to finance lending activities with the public. The FFB continues to initiate new loans to agencies to finance other activity, such as the resolution of failed thrift institutions by the Resolution Trust Corporation. In addition, the U.S. Postal Service borrows from the FFB if postal operations do not provide adequate cash flow. Transactions by the FFB on behalf of a Federal agency are treated as a means of financing the agency—i.e., lending by the FFB to the agency and borrowing by the agency from the FFB. These transactions are not reflected directly in the budget totals because borrowing and the repayment of borrowing between Federal agencies and the Treasury are not budgetary transactions. Rather, the budget authority and the outlays of the agency that are financed by such borrowing are reflected in particular agency accounts and, hence, in the budget totals. Lending by the FFB to an agency may be accomplished in any of three forms (the form used depends on the authorizing statutes pertaining to a particular agency or program): (1) the FFB may purchase agency financial assets; (2) the FFB may originate direct loans on behalf of an agency; and (3) the FFB may acquire debt securities that the agency is otherwise authorized to issue to the public. In the case of FFB loan originations, the FFB actually disburses loans directly to private borrowers on behalf of the agency and receives repayments from the private borrower on behalf of the agency. However, consistent with the legal requirement that transactions by the FFB be treated as a means of financing agency obligations, the budget reflects the budgetary effect of those transactions, which are, in succession, a loan by the FFB to the agency, a loan by the agency to a private borrower, a repayment by a private borrower to the agency, and a repayment by the agency to the FFB. In recent years, Congress has authorized certain Rural Electrification Administration-guaranteed borrowers and Department of Defense-guaranteed foreign military sales borrowers to prepay certain loans at par, without the contractually required prepayment premiums. Pursuant to these actions, Sfmt 3616  C:\ERIC\TRE.XXX  TRE  802  FEDERAL FINANCING BANK ACTIVITIES—Continued Federal Funds—Continued  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1997  Intragovernmental funds—Continued FEDERAL FINANCING BANK—Continued  the FFB has received REA-guaranteed borrower prepayments of $3.1 billion with associated losses of $0.9 billion. To date, $4.9 billion of eligible foreign military sales loans held by the FFB have been prepaid, with an associated tax loss of $1.7 billion. As a result of these losses FFB had a negative net worth of $2.3 billion at the end of 1995. The following table shows by agency and program the net lending by the FFB during each year and the amount of loans outstanding at the end of the year. For 1996, the table reflects the exchange of $7.9 billion in FFB loans relating to the Tennessee Valley Authority and the Postal Service for Treasury securities of equal present value held by the Civil Service Retirement and Disability Fund. The Treasury securities received by FFB were immediately redeemed with Treasury, reducing the amount of debt subject to the statutory debt limit and permitting additional Treasury borrowing in the private markets. The reduced amounts of debt held by FFB are reflected in the net lending amounts in the table for the TVA and the Postal Service. NET LENDING AND LOANS OUTSTANDING, END OF YEAR  Loans outstanding ................................................ 2. Section 503 guaranteed loans: Lending, net .......................................................... Loans outstanding ................................................ 3. Development company loans: Lending, net .......................................................... Loans outstanding ................................................ J. Export-Import Bank: Lending, net .............................................................. Loans outstanding ..................................................... K. Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation: 1. FSLIC Resolution Fund: Lending, net .......................................................... Loans outstanding ................................................ L. Pennsylvania Avenue Development Corporation: Lending, net .............................................................. Loans outstanding ..................................................... M. Postal Service: Lending, net .............................................................. Loans outstanding ..................................................... N. Resolution Trust Corporation: Lending,net ................................................................ Loan outstanding ...................................................... O. Tennessee Valley Authority: Lending, net .............................................................. Loans outstanding .....................................................  6  3  ......................  ¥167 356  ¥6 350  ¥12 338  ¥1 *  ¥* ......................  ...................... ......................  ¥1,420 2,506  ¥685 1,821  ¥527 1,294  ...................... ......................  6,143 6,143  ¥1,885 4,258  124 374  56 430  ...................... 430  ¥1,708 7,265  ¥5,172 2,093  2,995 5,088  ¥13,311 13,209  ¥13,209 ......................  ...................... ......................  ¥200 3,200  ¥3,200 ......................  ...................... ......................  ¥25,060 84,298  ¥21,055 63,244  ¥5,029 58,216  Total lending: Lending, net .............................................................. Loans outstanding .....................................................  [In millions of dollars] *$500 thousand or less.  A. Funds Appropriated to the President:  ejoyner on DSK30MW082PROD with MISCELLANEOUS  1995 actual  1. Foreign military sales credit: Lending, net .......................................................... Loans outstanding ................................................ B. Department of Agriculture: 1. Agricultural credit loans: Lending, net .......................................................... Loans outstanding ................................................ 2. Rural housing loans: Lending, net .......................................................... Loans outstanding ................................................ 3. Rural development loans: Lending, net .......................................................... Loans outstanding ................................................ 4. Rural Electrification Administration: Lending, net .......................................................... Loans outstanding ................................................ C. Department of Defense: 1. Defense business operations fund: Lending, net .......................................................... Loans outstanding ................................................ D. Department of Health and Human Services: 1. Health maintenance organizations: Lending, net .......................................................... Loans outstanding ................................................ 2. Medical facility loans: Lending, net .......................................................... Loans outstanding ................................................ E. Department of Housing and Urban Development: 1. Section 108 guaranteed loans: Lending, net .......................................................... Loans outstanding ................................................ 2. Low-rent public housing: Lending, net .......................................................... Loans outstanding ................................................ F. Department of the Interior: 1. Territory of the Virgin Islands: Lending, net .......................................................... Loans outstanding ................................................ G. Department of Transportation: 1. Railroad Revitalization and Regulatory Reform Act: Lending, net .......................................................... Loans outstanding ................................................ 2. Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority: Lending, net .......................................................... Loans outstanding ................................................ H. General Services Administration: 1. Federal buildings fund: Lending, net .......................................................... Loans outstanding ................................................ I. Small Business Administration: 1. Small business investment companies: Lending, net .......................................................... VerDate Sep 11 2014  13:21 Nov 02, 2016  1996 est.  1997 est.  ¥292 3,493  ¥246 3,247  ¥199 3,048  ¥4,593 1,470  ¥1,470 ......................  ...................... ......................  ¥2,691 21,700  ¥3,000 18,700  ¥5,170 13,530  ...................... 3,675  ...................... 3,675  ...................... 3,675  ¥41 21,874  ¥73 21,802  ¥21 21,781  ¥47 1,432  ¥49 1,383  ¥75 1,308  ¥18 9  ¥3 7  ¥2 5  ¥12 24  ¥9 15  ¥8 7  ¥21 89  ¥20 69  ¥15 54  ¥58 1,689  ¥62 1,627  ¥65 1,561  ¥1 21  ¥1 20  ¥1 19  Balance Sheet (in millions of dollars) Identification code 20–4521–0–4–803  1994 actual  1995 actual  1996 est.  1997 est.  ASSETS: Federal assets: 1101 Fund balances with Treasury ............. Investments in US securities: 1104 Agency securities, par .................... 1106 Receivables, net .............................  339  337  337  337  109,490 2,370  84,496 2,274  63,442 1,943  58,414 1,559  1999  Total assets ........................................ LIABILITIES: Federal liabilities: 2101 Accounts payable ................................ Debt: 2103 Borrowing from Treasury ................ 2103 Debt arising from prepayment premiums ........................................ 2103 Borrowing from the Civil Service Retirement Trust Fund ...............  112,199  87,107  65,722  60,310  2,755  2,720  2,389  2,016  94,484  69,560  48,506  43,478  2,115  2,115  2,115  2,115  15,000  15,000  15,000  15,000  2999  114,354  89,395  68,010  62,609  5 –2,161  5 –2,293  5 –2,293  5 –2,304  Total liabilities .................................... NET POSITION: 3100 Appropriated capital ................................ 3300 Cumulative results of operations ............ 3999  Total net position ................................  –2,156  –2,288  –2,288  –2,299  4999  Total liabilities and net position ............  112,198  87,107  65,722  60,310  Object Classification (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  Identification code 20–4521–0–4–803  1996 est.  1997 est.  25.2 43.0  Other services ................................................................ Interest and dividends ...................................................  3 8,760  3 7,454  3 6,040  99.9  Total obligations ........................................................  8,763  7,457  6,043  f  ¥* 14  ¥2 12  ¥1 11  ¥665 ......................  ...................... ......................  ...................... ......................  113 1,893  ¥44 1,849  ¥40 1,809  ¥51  ¥3  ¥3  Jkt 059060  PO 00000  Frm 00018  Fmt 3616  BUREAU OF ALCOHOL, TOBACCO AND FIREARMS Federal Funds General and special funds: SALARIES  AND  EXPENSES  For necessary expenses of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, including purchase of not to exceed six hundred and fifty vehicles for police-type use for replacement only and hire of passenger motor vehicles; hire of aircraft; and services of expert witnesses at Sfmt 3616  C:\ERIC\TRE.XXX  TRE  BUREAU OF ALCOHOL, TOBACCO AND FIREARMS—Continued Federal Funds—Continued  DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY such rates as may be determined by the Director; for payment of per diem and/or subsistence allowances to employees where an assignment to the National Response Team during the investigation of a bombing or arson incident requires an employee to work 16 hours or more per day or to remain overnight at his or her post of duty; not to exceed ø$10,000¿ $12,500 for official reception and representation expenses; for training of State and local law enforcement agencies with or without reimbursement; provision of laboratory assistance to State and local agencies, with or without reimbursement; ø$377,971,000¿ $406,005,000, of which not to exceed $1,000,000 shall be available for the payment of attorneys’ fees as provided by 18 U.S.C. 924(d)(2); and of which $1,000,000 shall be available for the equipping of any vessel, vehicle, equipment, or aircraft available for official use by a State or local law enforcement agency if the conveyance will be used in drug-related joint law enforcement operations with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms and for the payment of overtime salaries, travel, fuel, training, equipment, and other similar costs of State and local law enforcement officers that are incurred in joint operations with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms: Provided, øThat no funds made available by this or any other Act may be used to implement any reorganization of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms or transfer of the Bureau’s functions, missions, or activities to other agencies or Departments in the fiscal year ending on September 30, 1996: Provided further, That no funds appropriated herein shall be available for salaries or administrative expenses in connection with consolidating or centralizing, within the Department of the Treasury, the records, or any portion thereof, of acquisition and disposition of firearms maintained by Federal firearms licensees: Provided further, That no funds appropriated herein shall be used to pay administrative expenses or the compensation of any officer or employee of the United States to implement an amendment or amendments to 27 CFR 178.118 or to change the definition of ‘‘Curios or relics’’ in 27 CFR 178.11 or remove any item from ATF Publication 5300.11 as it existed on January 1, 1994: Provided further,¿ That none of the funds appropriated herein shall be available to investigate or act upon applications for relief from Federal firearms disabilities under 18 U.S.C. 925(c): Provided further, That such funds shall be available to investigate and act upon applications filed by corporations for relief from Federal firearms disabilities under 18 U.S.C. section 925(c). (Treasury Department Appropriations Act, 1996.)  42.00  Transferred from other accounts ..............................  43.00  Appropriation (total) ............................................. Permanent: Spending authority from offsetting collections: Offsetting collections (cash) ................................ Change in orders on hand from Federal sources  68.00 68.10  803  1 ................... ................... 421  378  406  22 17 17 ¥2 ................... ...................  68.90  Spending authority from offsetting collections (total) ...........................................................  20  17  17  70.00  Total new budget authority (gross) ..........................  441  396  423  Change in unpaid obligations: Unpaid obligations, start of year: 72.40 Obligated balance: Appropriation ............................. 72.95 Orders on hand from Federal sources ......................  30 7  38 5  39 5  72.99 73.10 73.20 73.40 74.40 74.95  Total unpaid obligations, start of year ................ New obligations ............................................................. Total outlays (gross) ...................................................... Adjustments in expired accounts .................................. Unpaid obligations, end of year: Obligated balance: Appropriation ............................. Orders on hand from Federal sources ......................  74.99  37 43 44 405 395 423 ¥395 ¥394 ¥421 ¥2 ................... ................... 38 5  39 5  40 5  Total unpaid obligations, end of year ..................  43  44  45  86.90 86.93 86.97  Outlays (gross), detail: Outlays from new current authority .............................. Outlays from current balances ...................................... Outlays from new permanent authority .........................  355 19 20  348 30 17  374 30 17  87.00  Total outlays (gross) .................................................  395  394  421  Offsets: Against gross budget authority and outlays: Offsetting collections (cash) from: Federal sources: 88.00 Drug enforcement ............................................. 88.00 Other Federal sources ......................................  ¥17 ¥5  ¥10 ¥7  ¥10 ¥7  88.90 88.95  Total, offsetting collections (cash) .................. Change in orders on hand from Federal sources .........  ¥22 ¥17 ¥17 2 ................... ...................  89.00 90.00  Net budget authority and outlays: Budget authority ............................................................ Outlays ...........................................................................  Program and Financing (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  Identification code 20–1000–0–1–751  ejoyner on DSK30MW082PROD with MISCELLANEOUS  Obligations by program activity: Direct program: Compliance operations: 00.01 Alcohol ................................................................... 00.02 Tobacco ................................................................. 00.03 Firearms ................................................................ 00.04 Explosives ..............................................................  63 3 46 6  1996 est.  55 2 33 6  1997 est.  58 2 36 6  00.91 01.01 01.02 01.03 01.04  Total, compliance operations ........................... Alcohol ....................................................................... Tobacco ...................................................................... Firearms ..................................................................... Explosives ..................................................................  01.91  Total, law enforcement .........................................  267  282  304  01.92 02.01  Total direct program ............................................. Reimbursable program ..................................................  385 20  378 17  406 17  10.00  Total obligations ........................................................  405  395  423  Budgetary resources available for obligation: Unobligated balance available, start of year: Uninvested balance ................................................... 22.00 New budget authority (gross) ........................................ 22.30 Unobligated balance expiring ........................................  118 96 102 1 ................... ................... 1 ................... ................... 215 211 224 50 71 80  21.40  23.90 23.95 24.40  Total budgetary resources available for obligation New obligations ............................................................. Unobligated balance available, end of year: Uninvested balance ...................................................  New budget authority (gross), detail: Current: 40.00 Appropriation ............................................................. 40.75 Reduction pursuant to P.L. 104–50 ......................... VerDate Sep 11 2014  13:21 Nov 02, 2016  Jkt 059060  1 34 35 441 396 423 ¥2 ................... ................... 440 ¥405  430 ¥395  458 ¥423  34  35  35  421 378 406 ¥1 ................... ................... PO 00000  Frm 00019  Fmt 3616  421 374  378 377  406 404  The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms is responsible for the enforcement of the laws designed to eliminate certain illicit activities and to regulate lawful activities relating to distilled spirits, beer, wine and nonbeverage alcohol products, tobacco, firearms, and explosives. Regulatory enforcement.—This activity covers the regulation of: the alcohol and tobacco industries relating to revenue protection and product and market integrity; the legal firearms industry through a system of licensing and compliance inspections; and the explosives industry through a license and permit system for manufacturers, dealers, and users of explosives. Effective July 1, 1987, this activity included responsibility for the deposit and accounting for alcohol and tobacco excise taxes. Criminal enforcement.—This activity covers the enforcement of: Federal laws relating to the liquor industry; Federal firearms statutes and Federal laws to suppress illegal use of explosives and illegal trafficking in explosives. The performance indicator levels fall under the umbrella of the following Bureau goals: • Suppress and prevent crime and violence through enforcement, regulation, and community outreach; • Ensure fair and proper revenue collection; • Provide fair and effective industry regulation; and • Support and assist Federal, State, local, and international law enforcement. The performance measures continue to be refined. Sfmt 3657  C:\ERIC\TRE.XXX  TRE  804  BUREAU OF ALCOHOL, TOBACCO AND FIREARMS—Continued Federal Funds—Continued  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1997  General and special funds—Continued SALARIES  AND  Personnel Summary  EXPENSES—Continued  1995  Alcohol: Regulatory enforcement: Number of permit applications processed ........... Number of inspections .......................................... Tax/fee dollars collected (in billion) ..................... Number of tax audits/inspections ........................ Percent of $ population inspected ....................... Criminal enforcement: Arrests Other ................................................................. Tobacco: Regulatory enforcement: Number of permit applications processed ........... Number of inspections .......................................... Domestic tax/fee dollars collected (in billions) Number of tax audits/inspections ........................ Percent of $ population inspected ....................... Criminal enforcement: Arrests Other ................................................................. Firearms: Regulatory enforcement: Number of license applications ............................ Processing time (original appl. only) ................... Number of inspections .......................................... Percent of population inspected ........................... Avg of referrals and violations per inspection Tax/fee dollars collected ($000) ........................... Number of tax audits/inspections ........................ Percent of $ population inspected ....................... Criminal Enforcement: Arrests Class I .............................................................. Conviction rate ...................................................... Average sentence (life sentences excluded) ........ Number of traces .................................................. Average trace response time (in working days) Explosives: Regulatory enforcement: Number of permit/license applications processed Processing time (original appl. only) ................... Number of inspections .......................................... Percent of population inspection .......................... Average number of referrals and violations per inspection ......................................................... Criminal enforcement: Arrests (explosives): Class I .............................................................. Conviction rate (explosives) .................................. Number of arson incidents: Arrests (arson): Class I .............................................................. Conviction rate (arson) .........................................  1996  1997  5,434 3,755 6.9 1,109 83.0  5,400 3,500 6.5 900 83.0  ...................... ...................... 6.5 ...................... ......................  12  12  ......................  230 299 6.0 206 68.0  200 250 5.5 190 68.0  ...................... ...................... 5.2 ...................... ......................  21  10  ......................  27,318 43% w/in 45 days 28,778 7.2 1.6 186.6 184 16  25,000 70% w/in 60 days 32,000 15 1.6 185 200 20  25,000 85% w/in 60 days 32,000 15 1.6 185 200 20  6,027 80.3 5 years 79,777 11.5  6,027 80 5 years 120,000 14  5,527 85 5 years 150,000 12  4,491 92% w/in 45 days 4,100 41.0  4,500 95% w/in 45 days 4,100 41.0  4,500 97% w/in 45 days 4,100 41.0  .31  .31  .31  279 80%  279 80%  300 80%  287 80%  287 80%  300 80%  1995 actual  ejoyner on DSK30MW082PROD with MISCELLANEOUS  Direct obligations: Personnel compensation: Full-time permanent ............................................. 188 Other than full-time permanent ........................... ................... Other personnel compensation ............................. 28  24.0 25.2 26.0 31.0  Total personnel compensation ......................... Civilian personnel benefits ....................................... Travel and transportation of persons ....................... Transportation of things ........................................... Rental payments to GSA ........................................... Communications, utilities, and miscellaneous charges ................................................................. Printing and reproduction ......................................... Other services ............................................................ Supplies and materials ............................................. Equipment .................................................................  99.0 99.0 99.9  1996 est.  190 1 25  204 1 26  216 216 65 65 10 10 1 ................... 34 36  231 70 9 1 36  17 1 22 6 5  18 1 23 6 11  Subtotal, direct obligations .................................. Reimbursable obligations ..............................................  385 20  378 17  406 17  Total obligations ........................................................  405  395  423  PO 00000  Frm 00020  Fmt 3616  13:21 Nov 02, 2016  1997 est.  .............................. and holiday hours  3,959 25  3,807 20  3,865 22  .............................. and holiday hours  130 5  112 2  112 2  Jkt 059060  For necessary expenses for site acquisition, design and construction of a new facility or facilities, or purchase of and necessary alterations to an existing facility or facilities, to house the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms National Laboratory Center and the Fire Investigation Research and Development Center, not to exceed 185,000 occupiable square feet, $62,000,000, to remain available until expended: Provided, That these funds shall not be available until a prospectus of authorization for the Laboratory Facilities is transmitted to the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure and the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works. Program and Financing (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  Identification code 20–1003–0–1–751  1996 est.  1997 est.  10.00  Obligations by program activity: Total obligations (object class 32.0) ............................ ................... ...................  62  22.00 23.95  Budgetary resources available for obligation: New budget authority (gross) ........................................ ................... ................... New obligations ............................................................. ................... ...................  62 ¥62  40.00  New budget authority (gross), detail: Appropriation .................................................................. ................... ...................  62  73.10 73.20 74.40  Change in unpaid obligations: New obligations ............................................................. ................... ................... Total outlays (gross) ...................................................... ................... ................... Unpaid obligations, end of year: Obligated balance: Appropriation ............................................................. ................... ...................  62 ¥7 55  86.90  Outlays (gross), detail: Outlays from new current authority .............................. ................... ...................  7  87.00  Total outlays (gross) ................................................. ................... ...................  7  89.00 90.00  Net budget authority and outlays: Budget authority ............................................................ ................... ................... Outlays ........................................................................... ................... ...................  62 7  1997 est.  14 2 30 7 6  VerDate Sep 11 2014  1996 est.  LABORATORY FACILITIES  Identification code 20–1000–0–1–751  11.9 12.1 21.0 22.0 23.1 23.3  Direct: Total compensable workyears: 1001 Full-time equivalent employment 1005 Full-time equivalent of overtime Reimbursable: Total compensable workyears: 2001 Full-time equivalent employment 2005 Full-time equivalent of overtime  f  Object Classification (in millions of dollars)  11.1 11.3 11.5  1995 actual  Identification code 20–1000–0–1–751  BUDGET PROGRAM  This new appropriation is requested to provide full funding for the cost of designing and building a new ATF National Laboratory Center and FIRE Research facility. The current National Laboratory Center is located at an inadequate site. The relocation of the Laboratory Center to a new site will allow ATF to support its increased emphasis on firearms and explosives regulation and enforcement as well as to better perform its regulatory functions related to alcohol and tobacco. Nearly 90 percent of the current facility does not meet EPA and OSHA health and safety standards. The Congress has already appropriated $1.75 million to initiate the relocation. The Fire Investigation Research and Development (FIRE) Center will be co-located with ATF’s forensic laboratory. This FIRE facility will provide law enforcement agencies with access to a single facility for scientific research and forensics support into the causes and characteristics of uncontrolled fires. Sfmt 3616  C:\ERIC\TRE.XXX  TRE  UNITED STATES CUSTOMS SERVICE Federal Funds  DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY INTERNAL REVENUE COLLECTIONS  FOR  90.00  PUERTO RICO  Unavailable Collections (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  Identification code 20–5737–0–2–806  1996 est.  1997 est.  Balance, start of year: Balance, start of year .................................................... ................... ................... ................... Receipts: 02.01 Deposits, internal revenue collections for Puerto Rico 206 232 240 Appropriation: 05.01 Internal revenue collections for Puerto Rico ................. ¥206 ¥232 ¥240 07.99 Total balance, end of year ............................................ ................... ................... ................... 01.99  1995 actual  Outlays ........................................................................... ................... ...................  Excise taxes collected under the Internal Revenue laws of the United States on articles produced in Puerto Rico and either transported to the United States or consumed on the island are paid to Puerto Rico (26 U.S.C. 7652). f  UNITED STATES CUSTOMS SERVICE Federal Funds SALARIES  1996 est.  1997 est.  10.00  Obligations by program activity: Total obligations (object class 41.0) ............................  206  232  240  22.00 23.95  Budgetary resources available for obligation: New budget authority (gross) ........................................ New obligations .............................................................  206 ¥206  232 ¥232  240 ¥240  60.25  New budget authority (gross), detail: Appropriation (special fund, indefinite) ........................  206  232  240  73.10 73.20  Change in unpaid obligations: New obligations ............................................................. Total outlays (gross) ......................................................  206 ¥206  232 ¥232  240 ¥240  86.97  Outlays (gross), detail: Outlays from new permanent authority .........................  206  232  240  87.00  Total outlays (gross) .................................................  206  232  240  89.00 90.00  Net budget authority and outlays: Budget authority ............................................................ Outlays ...........................................................................  206 206  232 232  240 240  Summary of Budget Authority and Outlays  206 206  232 232  1997 est.  240 240 57 57 297 297  FOR  PUERTO RICO  Balance, start of year: 01.99 Balance, start of year .................................................... Receipts: 02.01 U.S. Customs users fees account, conveyance/passenger/other ............................................................... 02.02 U.S. Customs user fee accounts, merchandise processing, Treasury ........................................................  Program and Financing (in millions of dollars) 1996 est.  Obligations by program activity: Total obligations ............................................................ ................... ...................  1997 est.  ejoyner on DSK30MW082PROD with MISCELLANEOUS  New budget authority (gross), detail: 60.00 Appropriation .................................................................. ................... ...................  57 ¥57  57  86.97  Outlays (gross), detail: Outlays from new permanent authority ......................... ................... ...................  57  87.00  Total outlays (gross) ................................................. ................... ...................  57  89.00  Net budget authority and outlays: Budget authority ............................................................ ................... ...................  57  Jkt 059060  PO 00000  Frm 00021  4,221  4,239  374  377  380  702  723  744  1,076  1,100  1,124  5,297  5,321  5,363  ¥1,076  ¥1,082  ¥1,094  05.99 07.99  ¥1,076 4,221  ¥1,082 4,239  ¥1,094 4,269  Subtotal appropriation ................................................... Total balance, end of year ............................................  Program and Financing (in millions of dollars)  57 ¥57  13:21 Nov 02, 2016  4,221  57  Change in unpaid obligations: 73.10 New obligations ............................................................. ................... ................... 73.20 Total outlays (gross) ...................................................... ................... ...................  VerDate Sep 11 2014  1997 est.  Total receipts .............................................................  1995 actual  Identification code 20–0602–0–1–751  Budgetary resources available for obligation: 22.00 New budget authority (gross) ........................................ ................... ................... 23.95 New obligations ............................................................. ................... ...................  1996 est.  Total: Balances and collections .................................... Appropriation: 05.01 Salaries and expenses ...................................................  04.00  (Legislative proposal, subject to PAYGO)  1995 actual  1995 actual  Identification code 20–0602–0–1–751  02.99  10.00  EXPENSES  Unavailable Collections (in millions of dollars)  Total: Budget Authority ..................................................................... Outlays ....................................................................................  Identification code 20–5737–4–2–806  AND  For necessary expenses of the United States Customs Service, including purchase of up to 1,000 motor vehicles of which 960 are for replacement only, including 990 for police-type use and commercial operations; hire of motor vehicles; not to exceed ø$20,000¿ $30,000 for official reception and representation expenses; and awards of compensation to informers, as authorized by any Act enforced by the United States Customs Service; ø$1,387,153,000¿ $1,453,170,000, of which such sums as become available in the Customs User Fee Account, except sums subject to section 13031(f)(3) of the Consolidated Omnibus Reconciliation Act of 1985, as amended (19 U.S.C. 58c(f)(3)), shall be derived from that Account; of the total, not to exceed $150,000 shall be available for payment for rental space in connection with preclearance operations, øand¿ not to exceed $4,000,000 shall be available until expended for research and not to exceed $1,000,000 shall be available until expended for conducting special operations pursuant to 19 U.S.C. 2081: Provided, That uniforms may be purchased without regard to the general purchase price limitation for the current fiscal yearø: Provided further, That the Commissioner of the Customs Service designate a single individual to be port director of all United States Government activities at two ports of entry, one on the southern border and one on the northern border: Provided further, That $750,000 shall be available for additional part-time and temporary positions in the Honolulu Customs District¿. (Treasury Department Appropriations Act, 1996.)  (in millions of dollars)  Enacted/requested: 1995 actual 1996 est. Budget Authority ..................................................................... 206 232 Outlays .................................................................................... 206 232 Legislative proposal, subject to PAYGO: Budget Authority ..................................................................... .................... .................... Outlays .................................................................................... .................... ....................  INTERNAL REVENUE COLLECTIONS  57  General and special funds:  Program and Financing (in millions of dollars) Identification code 20–5737–0–2–806  805  Fmt 3616  Obligations by program activity: Direct program: 00.01 Inspection and control .............................................. 00.02 Enforcement ............................................................... 00.03 Tariff and trade .........................................................  1996 est.  1997 est.  781 483 388  838 456 363  893 476 364  00.91 01.01  Total direct program ............................................. Reimbursable program ..................................................  1,652 425  1,657 434  1,733 449  10.00  Total obligations ........................................................  2,077  2,091  2,182  Budgetary resources available for obligation: Unobligated balance available, start of year: Uninvested balance ................................................... 22.00 New budget authority (gross) ........................................ 22.30 Unobligated balance expiring ........................................  276 389 499 2,196 2,201 2,294 ¥6 ................... ...................  23.90  2,466  21.40  Sfmt 3643  Total budgetary resources available for obligation C:\ERIC\TRE.XXX  TRE  2,590  2,793  806  UNITED STATES CUSTOMS SERVICE—Continued Federal Funds—Continued  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1997  General and special funds—Continued SALARIES  AND  EXPENSES—Continued  Program and Financing (in millions of dollars)—Continued 1995 actual  Identification code 20–0602–0–1–751  23.95 24.40  New obligations ............................................................. Unobligated balance available, end of year: Uninvested balance ...................................................  New budget authority (gross), detail: Current: 40.00 Appropriation ............................................................. 40.25 Appropriation (special fund, indefinite) .................... 40.35 Appropriation rescinded ............................................ 42.00 Transferred from other accounts .............................. 43.00 60.25 68.00 68.10 68.90  1997 est.  ¥2,077  ¥2,091  ¥2,182  389  499  611  692 685 751 702 702 702 ¥4 ................... ................... 7 ................... ................... 1,397  1,387  1,453  374  380  392  425  434  449  Total new budget authority (gross) ..........................  2,196  2,201  2,294  Change in unpaid obligations: Unpaid obligations, start of year: 72.40 Obligated balance: Appropriation ............................. 72.95 Orders on hand from Federal sources ......................  176 78  228 110  126 110  254 2,077 ¥1,931 ¥62  338 2,091 ¥2,088 ¥105  236 2,182 ¥2,177 5  74.40 74.95  Total unpaid obligations, start of year ................ New obligations ............................................................. Total outlays (gross) ...................................................... Adjustments in expired accounts .................................. Unpaid obligations, end of year: Obligated balance: Appropriation ............................. Orders on hand from Federal sources ......................  228 110  126 110  136 110  74.99  Total unpaid obligations, end of year ..................  338  236  246  86.90 86.93 86.97 86.98  Outlays (gross), detail: Outlays from new current authority .............................. Outlays from current balances ...................................... Outlays from new permanent authority ......................... Outlays from permanent balances ................................  87.00  Total outlays (gross) .................................................  72.99 73.10 73.20 73.40  1,293 1,262 1,322 72 122 125 548 704 730 18 ................... ................... 1,931  2,088  88.90 88.95  Total, offsetting collections (cash) .................. Change in orders on hand from Federal sources .........  ¥358 ¥434 ¥449 ¥32 ................... ...................  89.00 90.00  Net budget authority and outlays: Budget authority ............................................................ Outlays ...........................................................................  1,806 1,572  ¥409 ¥25  1,767 1,654  ¥423 ¥26  1,845 1,728  Inspection and control.—In enforcing the provisions of the Tariff Act of 1930, as amended, the Inspection and Control activity must: (1) stop the illegal entry of drugs and other prohibited items and enforce export laws while accommodating the law-abiding persons and cargo entering this country; (2) augment selectivity of Customs inspectional enforcement programs through improved techniques and equipment; (3) process persons and cargo entering this country; and (4) open new ports of entry and expand service at existing ports to meet the needs of the traveling and importing public. Enforcement.—Operating under the authority of titles 19 and 26, U.S. Code, this program investigates violations of laws and regulations enforced by Customs. These investigations support national enforcement efforts to combat narcotics smuggling, economic crime, and national security violations. Investigative areas include the smuggling of narcotics, child Jkt 059060  PO 00000  Frm 00022  Fmt 3616  1996 est.  1997 est.  13.1 $23.3  15.1 $24.9  17.3 $26.7  370.6 60.2 6.3  376.0 63.8 6.4  382.0 67.6 6.5  125,800 512 91  125,800 512 91  125,800 512 91  31,534 16,562 4,117 2,591  33,110 17,390 4,325 2,720  34,770 18,260 4,540 2,860  The North American Free Trade Agreement Implementation Act (Public Law 103–182) extended the collection of Customs user fees (merchandise and passenger fees) through September 2003, as well as increased air and sea passenger collections, and lifted air and sea passenger country exemptions through September 1997. Object Classification (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  Identification code 20–0602–0–1–751  ¥334 ¥24  13:21 Nov 02, 2016  1995 actual  Formal Entries (in millions) ........................................................ Total Collections (in billions) ...................................................... Passengers (in millions): Land ........................................................................................ Air ............................................................................................ Sea .......................................................................................... Carriers (in thousands): Vehicles ................................................................................... Aircraft .................................................................................... Vessels .................................................................................... Investigative Activity: Total Cases ............................................................................. Class 1 Cases ......................................................................... Class 1 Arrests ....................................................................... Class 1 Convictions ................................................................  2,177  Offsets: Against gross budget authority and outlays: Offsetting collections (cash) from: 88.00 Federal sources ..................................................... 88.40 Non-Federal sources .............................................  VerDate Sep 11 2014  SELECTED WORKLOAD DATA  393 434 449 32 ................... ...................  Spending authority from offsetting collections (total) ...........................................................  70.00  ejoyner on DSK30MW082PROD with MISCELLANEOUS  Appropriation (total) ............................................. Permanent: Appropriation (special fund, indefinite) .................... Spending authority from offsetting collections: Offsetting collections (cash) ................................ Change in orders on hand from Federal sources  1996 est.  pornography and other prohibited materials, trade fraud, money laundering, and the illegal exports of critical technology and arms. Also, Customs has the ability to detect, sort, intercept, track, and apprehend the air and vessel smuggler, despite the continually shifting narcotics and contraband smuggling threat. Tariff and Trade.—The Tariff and Trade program administers the commercial activities of the Customs Service under the Tariff Act of 1930, as amended. These activities include: (1) assessing and collecting duties, taxes, and fees on imported merchandise; (2) providing efficient service to the trade community; (3) protecting domestic industry and jobs from illegal and unfairly subsidized imports; (4) accurately collecting and reporting import and export statistics; (5) managing Customs regulatory audit and laboratory analyses of imports; and (6) enforcing the laws of other Federal agencies and numerous international agreements.  11.1 11.3 11.5  Direct obligations: Personnel compensation: Full-time permanent ............................................. Other than full-time permanent ........................... Other personnel compensation .............................  11.9 12.1 21.0 22.0 23.1 23.2 23.3  745 16 179  1996 est.  788 17 189  1997 est.  793 22 193  Total personnel compensation ......................... 940 994 1,008 Civilian personnel benefits ....................................... 225 217 254 Travel and transportation of persons ....................... 30 33 35 Transportation of things ........................................... 6 4 5 Rental payments to GSA ........................................... 110 111 112 Rental payments to others ........................................ 5 4 6 Communications, utilities, and miscellaneous charges ................................................................. 41 43 39 Printing and reproduction ......................................... 3 3 3 Other services ............................................................ 101 96 96 Purchases of goods and services from Government accounts ................................................................ 38 36 37 Operation and maintenance of facilities .................. 4 4 4 Operation and maintenance of equipment ............... 15 14 14 Supplies and materials ............................................. 25 24 23 Equipment ................................................................. 93 71 94 Land and structures .................................................. 5 ................... ................... Grants, subsidies, and contributions ........................ 10 2 2 Insurance claims and indemnities ........................... ................... 1 1  24.0 25.2 25.3 25.4 25.7 26.0 31.0 32.0 41.0 42.0 99.0 99.0 99.5  Subtotal, direct obligations .................................. Reimbursable obligations .............................................. Below reporting threshold ..............................................  99.9  Total obligations ........................................................  Sfmt 3643  C:\ERIC\TRE.XXX  TRE  1,651 1,657 1,733 425 434 449 1 ................... ................... 2,077  2,091  2,182  UNITED STATES CUSTOMS SERVICE—Continued Federal Funds—Continued  DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY  Change in unpaid obligations: Unpaid obligations, start of year: 72.40 Obligated balance: Appropriation ............................. 72.95 Orders on hand from Federal sources ......................  Personnel Summary 1995 actual  Identification code 20–0602–0–1–751  Direct: Total compensable workyears: 1001 Full-time equivalent employment 1005 Full-time equivalent of overtime Reimbursable: Total compensable workyears: 2001 Full-time equivalent employment 2005 Full-time equivalent of overtime  1996 est.  1997 est.  .............................. and holiday hours  16,441 946  17,134 999  17,497 1,047  .............................. and holiday hours  1,644 571  2,139 581  2,139 581  f  OPERATION  AND  MAINTENANCE, AIR AND MARINE INTERDICTION PROGRAMS  For expenses, not otherwise provided for, necessary for the operation and maintenance of marine vessels, aircraft, and other related equipment of the Air and Marine Programs, including operational training and mission-related travel, and rental payments for facilities occupied by the air or marine interdiction and demand reduction programs, the operations of which include: the interdiction of narcotics and other goods; the provision of support to Customs and other Federal, State, and local agencies in the enforcement or administration of laws enforced by the Customs Service; and, at the discretion of the Commissioner of Customs, the provision of assistance to Federal, State, and local agencies in other law enforcement and emergency humanitarian efforts; ø$64,843,000¿ $83,363,000, which shall remain available until expendedø; in addition $19,733,000 shall be transferred from the Customs Air and Marine Interdiction Programs, Procurement Account to remain available until expended¿: Provided, That no aircraft or other related equipment, with the exception of aircraft which is one of a kind and has been identified as excess to Customs requirements and aircraft which has been damaged beyond repair, shall be transferred to any other Federal agency, Department, or office outside of the Department of the Treasury, during fiscal year ø1996¿ 1997 without the prior øapproval of¿ notice to the House and Senate Committees on Appropriations. (Treasury Department Appropriations Act, 1996.) Program and Financing (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  Identification code 20–0604–0–1–751  1996 est.  74.40 74.95  Total unpaid obligations, start of year ................ New obligations ............................................................. Total outlays (gross) ...................................................... Adjustments in expired accounts .................................. Adjustments in unexpired accounts .............................. Unpaid obligations, end of year: Obligated balance: Appropriation ............................. Orders on hand from Federal sources ......................  74.99  Total unpaid obligations, end of year ..................  106  145  148  86.90 86.93 86.97  Outlays (gross), detail: Outlays from new current authority .............................. Outlays from current balances ...................................... Outlays from new permanent authority .........................  53 11 2  52 18 8  66 14 6  87.00  Total outlays (gross) .................................................  66  78  86  Offsets: Against gross budget authority and outlays: 88.00 Offsetting collections (cash) from: Federal sources 88.95 Change in orders on hand from Federal sources .........  ¥3 1  Net budget authority and outlays: Budget authority ............................................................ Outlays ...........................................................................  88 65  89.00 90.00  75 106 145 107 116 89 ¥66 ¥78 ¥86 ¥2 1 ................... ¥8 ................... ................... 105 145 148 1 ................... ...................  ¥9 ¥6 1 ...................  65 69  83 80  The Customs Air and Marine Interdiction Program combats the illegal entry of narcotics and other goods into the United States. This appropriation provides capital procurement and total operations and maintenance for the Customs air and marine program. This program also provides support for the interdiction of narcotics by other Federal, State and local agencies. For 1997, this account reflects the combination of, and incorporates activities formerly funded by, the Air and Marine Interdiction Programs, Procurement account and the Operations and Maintenance, Customs, P–3 Drug Interdiction Program account.  1997 est.  79 22 7  56 22 5  00.91 01.01  Total direct program ............................................. Reimbursable program ..................................................  105 2  108 8  83 6  10.00  Total obligations ........................................................  107  116  89  Budgetary resources available for obligation: Unobligated balance available, start of year: Uninvested balance ................................................... 22.00 New budget authority (gross) ........................................ 22.10 Resources available from recoveries of prior year obligations ....................................................................... 22.30 Unobligated balance expiring ........................................ Total budgetary resources available for obligation New obligations ............................................................. Unobligated balance available, end of year: Uninvested balance ...................................................  1995 actual  Identification code 20–0604–0–1–751  74 24 7  21.40  ejoyner on DSK30MW082PROD with MISCELLANEOUS  105 145 1 ...................  Object Classification (in millions of dollars)  Obligations by program activity: Direct program: 00.01 Air and Marine Interdiction ....................................... 00.02 P3 Interdiction ........................................................... 00.03 Procurement ...............................................................  23.90 23.95 24.40  72.99 73.10 73.20 73.40 73.45  73 2  807  52 90  43 ................... 73 89  8 ................... ................... ¥1 ................... ................... 149 ¥107  116 ¥116  89 ¥89  43 ................... ...................  25.1 25.2 26.0 31.0  Direct obligations: Travel and transportation of persons ....................... Rental payments to others ........................................ Communications, utilities, and miscellaneous charges ................................................................. Advisory and assistance services ............................. Other services ............................................................ Supplies and materials ............................................. Equipment .................................................................  99.0 99.0 99.5  Subtotal, direct obligations .................................. Reimbursable obligations .............................................. Below reporting threshold ..............................................  99.9  Total obligations ........................................................  21.0 23.2 23.3  1996 est.  4 2  1997 est.  5 2  4 2  4 4 3 1 ................... ................... 61 63 49 26 27 20 6 7 5 104 108 2 8 1 ...................  83 5 1  107  89  116  f  CUSTOMS FACILITIES, CONSTRUCTION, IMPROVEMENTS EXPENSES  AND  RELATED  1996 est.  1997 est.  Program and Financing (in millions of dollars) New budget authority (gross), detail: Current: 40.00 Appropriation ............................................................. Permanent: Spending authority from offsetting collections: 68.00 Offsetting collections (cash) ................................ 68.10 Change in orders on hand from Federal sources 68.90 70.00  3 ¥1  65  83  9 6 ¥1 ...................  Spending authority from offsetting collections (total) ...........................................................  2  8  6  Total new budget authority (gross) ..........................  90  73  89  PO 00000  Frm 00023  Fmt 3616  VerDate Sep 11 2014  13:21 Nov 02, 2016  Jkt 059060  1995 actual  Identification code 20–0608–0–1–751  88  00.01  Obligations by program activity: Direct Program ...............................................................  20  9 ...................  10.00  Total obligations ........................................................  20  9 ...................  Budgetary resources available for obligation: Unobligated balance available, start of year: Uninvested balance ................................................... 22.00 New budget authority (gross) ........................................ 21.40  Sfmt 3643  C:\ERIC\TRE.XXX  TRE  28 9 ................... 1 ................... ...................  808  UNITED STATES CUSTOMS SERVICE—Continued Federal Funds—Continued  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1997  General and special funds—Continued  Program and Financing (in millions of dollars)  CUSTOMS FACILITIES, CONSTRUCTION, IMPROVEMENTS EXPENSES—Continued  AND  RELATED  Program and Financing (in millions of dollars)—Continued 1995 actual  Identification code 20–0608–0–1–751  1997 est.  1996 est.  1997 est.  Obligations by program activity: Total obligations (object class 11.1) ............................  2  1  2  Budgetary resources available for obligation: Unobligated balance available, start of year: Uninvested balance ................................................... 22.00 New budget authority (gross) ........................................  1 1  1 1  1 2  2 ¥2  2 ¥1  2 ¥2  1  1  1  10.00  1996 est.  1995 actual  Identification code 20–5694–0–2–751  21.40 23.90 23.95 24.40  40.00  Total budgetary resources available for obligation New obligations ............................................................. Unobligated balance available, end of year: Uninvested balance ................................................... New budget authority (gross), detail: Appropriation ..................................................................  Change in unpaid obligations: 72.40 Unpaid obligations, start of year: Obligated balance: Appropriation ............................................................. 73.10 New obligations ............................................................. 73.20 Total outlays (gross) ...................................................... 74.40 Unpaid obligations, end of year: Obligated balance: Appropriation .............................................................  29 ¥20  9 ................... ¥9 ...................  9 ................... ...................  23.90 23.95 24.40  Total budgetary resources available for obligation New obligations ............................................................. Unobligated balance available, end of year: Uninvested balance ...................................................  1 ................... ...................  9 20 ¥3  26 30 9 ................... ¥5 ...................  26  30  40.20  New budget authority (gross), detail: Appropriation (special fund, definite) ...........................  1  1  2  73.10 73.20  Change in unpaid obligations: New obligations ............................................................. Total outlays (gross) ......................................................  2 ¥1  1 ¥1  2 ¥2  86.90  Outlays (gross), detail: Outlays from new current authority ..............................  1  1  2  87.00  Total outlays (gross) .................................................  1  1  2  89.00 90.00  Net budget authority and outlays: Budget authority ............................................................ Outlays ...........................................................................  1 1  1 1  2 2  30  86.93  Outlays (gross), detail: Outlays from current balances ......................................  3  5 ...................  87.00  Total outlays (gross) .................................................  3  5 ...................  89.00 90.00  Net budget authority and outlays: Budget authority ............................................................ Outlays ...........................................................................  1 ................... ................... 3 5 ...................  This account funds major Customs construction, repair, and facility improvement initiatives. No funds are being requested for 1997.  Customs charges fees at certain small airports where the volume or value of business is insufficient to justify the availability of Customs services. The funds generated from these fees are applied to expenditures incurred in providing Customs services at each of these designated small airports. (19 U.S.C. 58b.)  Object Classification (in millions of dollars)  Object Classification (in millions of dollars)  1995 actual  Identification code 20–0608–0–1–751  25.3 25.4 32.0  Purchases of goods and services from Government accounts .................................................................... Operation and maintenance of facilities ...................... Land and structures ......................................................  99.9  Total obligations ........................................................  1996 est.  11.1 7 8 ................... 9 ................... ................... 4 1 ................... 20  1995 actual  Identification code 20–5694–0–2–751  1997 est.  99.5  Direct obligations: Personnel compensation: Full-time permanent ................................................................. Below reporting threshold ..............................................  99.9  Total obligations ........................................................  1996 est.  1997 est.  1 1 1 ...................  1 1  2  2  1  9 ...................  Personnel Summary f 1995 actual  Identification code 20–5694–0–2–751  CUSTOMS SERVICES  AT  1001  SMALL AIRPORTS  Total compensable workyears: Full-time equivalent employment ...............................................................  (TO BE DERIVED FROM FEES COLLECTED)  ejoyner on DSK30MW082PROD with MISCELLANEOUS  Unavailable Collections (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  1996 est.  1997 est.  Balance, start of year: 01.99 Balance, start of year .................................................... Receipts: 02.01 User fees for customs service .......................................  2  2  2  1  1  1  04.00  3  3  3  ¥1 2  ¥1 2  ¥2 1  PO 00000  Frm 00024  Fmt 3616  Total: Balances and collections .................................... Appropriation: 05.01 Customs services at small airports .............................. 07.99 Total balance, end of year ............................................ VerDate Sep 11 2014  13:21 Nov 02, 2016  Jkt 059060  24  30  1997 est.  50  f  Such sums as may be necessary, not to exceed ø$1,406,000¿ $2,406,000, for expenses for the provision of Customs services at certain small airports or other facilities when authorized by law and designated by the Secretary of the Treasury, including expenditures for the salary and expenses of individuals employed to provide such services, to be derived from fees collected by the Secretary øof the Treasury¿ pursuant to section 236 of Public Law 98–573 for each of these airports or other facilities when authorized by law and designated by the Secretaryø of the Treasury¿, and to remain available until expended. (Treasury Department Appropriations Act, 1996.)  Identification code 20–5694–0–2–751  1996 est.  Trust Funds MISCELLANEOUS PERMANENT APPROPRIATIONS Unavailable Collections (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  Identification code 20–9922–0–2–806  1996 est.  1997 est.  Balance, start of year: 01.99 Balance, start of year .................................................... ................... ................... ................... Receipts: 02.01 Deposits, duties and taxes, Puerto Rico, U.S. Customs Service ....................................................................... 138 149 153 Appropriation: 05.01 Miscellaneous permanent appropriations ...................... ¥138 ¥149 ¥153 07.99 Total balance, end of year ............................................ ................... ................... ...................  Program and Financing (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  Identification code 20–9922–0–2–806  00.01 01.01  Obligations by program activity: Direct obligations ........................................................... Reimbursable programs .................................................  Sfmt 3643  C:\ERIC\TRE.XXX  TRE  1996 est.  1997 est.  136 149 153 2 ................... ...................  UNITED STATES CUSTOMS SERVICE—Continued Trust Funds—Continued  DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY 10.00  Total obligations ........................................................  138  149  153  Budgetary resources available for obligation: Unobligated balance available, start of year: Uninvested balance ................................................... ................... 3 3 22.00 New budget authority (gross) ........................................ 140 149 153 22.10 Resources available from recoveries of prior year obligations ....................................................................... 1 ................... ................... 21.40  23.90 23.95 24.40  Total budgetary resources available for obligation New obligations ............................................................. Unobligated balance available, end of year: Uninvested balance ...................................................  141 ¥138  152 ¥149  156 ¥153  3  3  3  1005  Full-time equivalent of overtime and holiday hours Reimbursable: 2005 Total compensable workyears: Full-time equivalent of overtime and holiday hours ......................................  70.00  Total new budget authority (gross) ..........................  Change in unpaid obligations: Unpaid obligations, start of year: Obligated balance: Appropriation ............................................................. 73.10 New obligations ............................................................. 73.20 Total outlays (gross) ...................................................... 73.45 Adjustments in unexpired accounts .............................. 74.40 Unpaid obligations, end of year: Obligated balance: Appropriation .............................................................  138  149  153  2 ................... ................... 140  149  153  10 10 10 138 149 153 ¥138 ¥149 ¥153 ¥1 ................... ................... 10  10  10  Outlays (gross), detail: 86.97 Outlays from new permanent authority ......................... 86.98 Outlays from permanent balances ................................  133 149 153 5 ................... ...................  87.00  138  Offsets: Against gross budget authority and outlays: 88.40 Offsetting collections (cash) from: Non-Federal sources ..................................................................  89.00 90.00  Net budget authority and outlays: Budget authority ............................................................ Outlays ...........................................................................  REFUNDS, TRANSFERS,  AND  EXPENSES, UNCLAIMED GOODS  11.1 11.5 11.9 12.1 21.0 23.3  1995 actual  ejoyner on DSK30MW082PROD with MISCELLANEOUS  25.2 25.4 25.7 26.0 31.0 41.0 44.0 99.0 99.0 99.5 99.9  149 149  153 153  1996 est.  12 1  13 3  13 3  13 5 1  16 5 1  16 5 1  1 3 2 1 1 2 94 13  3 2 1 1 1 1 103 15  3 2 1 1 1 1 105 15  138  149  Obligations by program activity: Total obligations (object class 25.7) ............................  Budgetary resources available for obligation: Unobligated balance available, start of year: Uninvested balance ................................................... 22.00 New budget authority (gross) ........................................ 22.10 Resources available from recoveries of prior year obligations .......................................................................  60.27  ABANDONED  1996 est.  1997 est.  Total budgetary resources available for obligation New obligations ............................................................. Unobligated balance available, end of year: Uninvested balance ................................................... New budget authority (gross), detail: Appropriation (trust fund, indefinite) ............................  Change in unpaid obligations: Unpaid obligations, start of year: Obligated balance: Appropriation ............................................................. 73.10 New obligations ............................................................. 73.20 Total outlays (gross) ...................................................... 73.45 Adjustments in unexpired accounts ..............................  1996 est.  1997 est.  3  3  3  6 4  9 3  9 3  2 ................... ................... 12 ¥3  12 ¥3  12 ¥3  9  9  9  4  3  3  72.40  1997 est.  Subtotal, direct obligations .................................. 136 149 151 Reimbursable obligations .............................................. 2 ................... ................... Below reporting threshold .............................................. ................... ................... 2 Total obligations ........................................................  10.00  23.90 23.95 24.40  138 135  1995 actual  Identification code 20–8789–0–7–751  ¥2 ................... ...................  1995 actual  Total personnel compensation ......................... Civilian personnel benefits ....................................... Travel and transportation of persons ....................... Communications, utilities, and miscellaneous charges ................................................................. Other services ............................................................ Operation and maintenance of facilities .................. Operation and maintenance of equipment ............... Supplies and materials ............................................. Equipment ................................................................. Payments to the Treasurer of Puerto Rico ................ Refunds .....................................................................  AND  Program and Financing (in millions of dollars)  21.40  Object Classification (in millions of dollars)  Direct obligations: Personnel compensation: Full-time permanent ............................................. Other personnel compensation .............................  11 ................... ...................  Balance, start of year: 01.99 Balance, start of year .................................................... ................... ................... ................... Receipts: 02.01 Proceeds of sales of unclaimed, abandoned, and seized goods, U.S. Customs Service, Treasury ......... 4 3 3 Appropriation: 05.01 Refunds, transfers and expenses, unclaimed, and abandoned goods ...................................................... ¥4 ¥3 ¥3 07.99 Total balance, end of year ............................................ ................... ................... ...................  153  149  Customs duties, taxes, and fees collected in Puerto Rico are deposited in this account. After providing for the expenses of administering Customs activities in Puerto Rico, the remaining amounts are transferred to the Treasurer of Puerto Rico (48 U.S.C. 740, 795).  Identification code 20–9922–0–2–806  16  Unavailable Collections (in millions of dollars)  72.40  Total outlays (gross) .................................................  16  f  Identification code 20–8789–0–7–751  New budget authority (gross), detail: 60.25 Appropriation (special fund, indefinite) ........................ 68.00 Spending authority from offsetting collections: Offsetting collections (cash) ..............................................  5  809  2 ................... ................... 3 3 3 ¥3 ¥3 ¥3 ¥2 ................... ...................  86.97  Outlays (gross), detail: Outlays from new permanent authority .........................  3  3  3  87.00  Total outlays (gross) .................................................  3  3  3  89.00 90.00  Net budget authority and outlays: Budget authority ............................................................ Outlays ...........................................................................  4 3  3 3  3 3  Unclaimed and abandoned goods are held in storage under Customs custody for one year from the date of importation. At the end of that period, all merchandise upon which duties, storage, and other charges have not been paid is appraised and sold at public auction. The proceeds of such sales are deposited in this account. The salaries and expenses account is reimbursed for expenses of such sales and the balance is transferred to the general fund. (19 U.S.C. 528, 1491, 1493, 1559, 1613, 1624). f  153  HARBOR MAINTENANCE FEE COLLECTION Personnel Summary 1995 actual  Identification code 20–9922–0–2–806  Direct: Total compensable workyears: 1001 Full-time equivalent employment .............................. VerDate Sep 11 2014  13:21 Nov 02, 2016  Jkt 059060  1996 est.  1997 est.  327  365  365  PO 00000  Frm 00025  Fmt 3616  For administrative expenses related to the collection of the Harbor Maintenance Fee, pursuant to Public Law 103–182, $3,000,000, to be derived from the Harbor Maintenance Trust Fund and to be transferred to and merged with the Customs ‘‘Salaries and Expenses’’ account for such purposes. (Treasury Department Appropriations Act, 1996.) Sfmt 3643  C:\ERIC\TRE.XXX  TRE  810  UNITED STATES CUSTOMS SERVICE—Continued Trust Funds—Continued  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1997 73.10 73.20 74.40  General and special funds—Continued HARBOR MAINTENANCE FEE COLLECTION—Continued Program and Financing (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  Identification code 20–8870–0–7–751  1996 est.  Obligations by program activity: 10.00 Total obligations ............................................................ ...................  1997 est.  3  3 ¥3  3 ¥3  40.26  New budget authority (gross), detail: Appropriation (trust fund, definite) ............................... ...................  3  3  73.10 73.20  Change in unpaid obligations: New obligations ............................................................. ................... Total outlays (gross) ...................................................... ...................  3 ¥3  3 ¥3  Outlays (gross), detail: 86.90 Outlays from new current authority .............................. ...................  3  3  87.00  Total outlays (gross) ................................................. ...................  3  3  Net budget authority and outlays: 89.00 Budget authority ............................................................ ................... 90.00 Outlays ........................................................................... ...................  3 3  3 3  Object Classification (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  1996 est.  1997 est.  23.3 25.2 99.5  Communications, utilities, and miscellaneous charges ................... Other services ................................................................ ................... Below reporting threshold .............................................. ...................  2 2 ¥1  2 2 ¥1  99.9  Total obligations ........................................................ ...................  3  3  f  BUREAU OF ENGRAVING AND PRINTING Federal Funds Intragovernmental funds: BUREAU  OF  ENGRAVING  AND  PRINTING FUND  Program and Financing (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  Identification code 20–4502–0–4–803  1996 est.  1997 est.  Obligations by program activity: Operating expenses: 00.01 Engraving and printing ............................................. 00.02 Space utilized by other agencies .............................. 00.03 Other miscellaneous services ....................................  429 4 1  469 4 1  486 4 1  00.91  434  474  491  01.01 01.02  Total operating expenses ...................................... Capital investment: Purchase of operating equipment ............................. Plant alterations and experimental equipment ........  70 2  78 2  78 2  01.91  Total capital investment .......................................  72  80  80  10.00  Total obligations ........................................................  506  554  571  Budgetary resources available for obligation: Unobligated balance available, start of year: Fund balance ...................................................................... 22.00 New budget authority (gross) ........................................  105 444  43 540  29 589  549 ¥506  583 ¥554  618 ¥571  43  29  46  New budget authority (gross), detail: Spending authority from offsetting collections (gross): Offsetting collections (cash) .....................................  444  540  589  Change in unpaid obligations: Unpaid obligations, start of year: Obligated balance: Appropriation .............................................................  91  173  209  PO 00000  Frm 00026  Fmt 3616  ejoyner on DSK30MW082PROD with MISCELLANEOUS  21.90  23.90 23.95 24.90  68.00  72.40  Total budgetary resources available for obligation New obligations ............................................................. Unobligated balance available, end of year: Fund balance ......................................................................  VerDate Sep 11 2014  13:21 Nov 02, 2016  Jkt 059060  506 ¥424  554 ¥518  571 ¥587  173  209  193  400 518 24 ...................  565 22  86.97 86.98  Outlays (gross), detail: Outlays from new permanent authority ......................... Outlays from permanent balances ................................  87.00  Total outlays (gross) .................................................  424  518  587  Offsets: Against gross budget authority and outlays: Offsetting collections (cash) from: 88.00 Federal sources ..................................................... 88.40 Non-Federal sources .............................................  ¥6 ¥438  ¥7 ¥533  ¥8 ¥581  88.90  ¥444  ¥540  ¥589  3  Budgetary resources available for obligation: 22.00 New budget authority (gross) ........................................ ................... 23.95 New obligations ............................................................. ...................  Identification code 20–8870–0–7–751  New obligations ............................................................. Total outlays (gross) ...................................................... Unpaid obligations, end of year: Obligated balance: Appropriation .............................................................  89.00 90.00  Total, offsetting collections (cash) ..................  Net budget authority and outlays: Budget authority ............................................................ ................... ................... ................... Outlays ........................................................................... ¥20 ¥22 ¥2  The Bureau of Engraving and Printing designs, manufactures, and supplies Federal Reserve notes, various public debt instruments, as well as most evidences of a financial character issued by the United States, such as postage and internal revenue stamps. The Bureau executes certain printings for various territories administered by the United States, particularly postage and revenue stamps. The anticipated work volume is based on estimates of requirements submitted by agencies served. The program comprises the following activities: Engraving and printing— Currency.—Total deliveries of currency for 1996 and 1997 are estimated to be 9.7 and 10.2 billion notes, respectively. During 1995, the Bureau delivered 9.9 billion Federal Reserve notes. Stamps.—This category of work is comprised of postal and internal revenue stamps. The projected requirements for 1996 and 1997 are 27.5 and 25.0 billion stamps, respectively. In 1995, the Bureau delivered 24.7 billion stamps. Securities.—This program encompasses the production of a wide variety of bonds, notes, and debentures for the Bureau of Public Debt and certain other agencies of the Government. Commissions, certificates, etc.—This program is comprised primarily of Presidential and Department of Defense commissions and certificates, White House invitations, and identification cards for various Government agencies. It represents a small portion of the Bureau’s total workload. Space utilized by other agencies.—Other agencies are charged for services provided in the space occupied in the Bureau’s buildings. Other miscellaneous services.—A wide variety of miscellaneous services are performed by Bureau personnel for other agencies, which are charged on an actual cost basis. Purchase of operating equipment.—This category consists of new purchases and replacement of printing equipment and other related printing items. Plant alterations and experimental equipment.—This category encompasses alterations made on the Bureau’s buildings and purchases of experimental equipment. The operations of the Bureau are currently financed by means of a revolving fund established in accordance with the provisions of Public Law 656, August 4, 1950 (31 U.S.C. 181), which requires the Bureau to be reimbursed by customer agencies for all costs of manufacturing products and services performed. The Bureau is also authorized to assess amounts to acquire capital equipment and provide for working capital needs. Bureau operations during 1995 resulted in an increase to retained earnings of $38.4 million. Sfmt 3647  C:\ERIC\TRE.XXX  TRE  UNITED STATES MINT Federal Funds  DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY PERFORMANCE MEASURES 1995 actual  Manufacturing workyears ............................................................ Engraving workyears ................................................................... Administrative and general workyears ........................................ Total workyears ..............................................................  1996 est.  1,572 104 1,653 3,329  1997 est.  1,720 115 1,670 3,505  1,720 115 1,670 3,505  811  25.2 26.0 31.0 99.0  Other services ................................................................ Supplies and materials ................................................. Equipment ...................................................................... Subtotal, reimbursable obligations ...............................  51 169 72 506  62 183 80 554  58 195 80 571  99.9  Total obligations ........................................................  506  554  571  Personnel Summary Performance measures  Manufacturing: Federal reserve note deliveries (in billions) ...................................... Postage stamp deliveries (in billions) .......................................... Year-to-year productivity trend (% change) ...................................... Manufacturing support: Currency spoilage (% of total units printed) ...................................... Postage stamp spoilage (% of total units printed) .................... Administrative: Annual financial statement audit opinion ....................................... Actual vs. standard manufacturing cost for currency (% variance)  1995  1996  1997  $9.9  $9.7  $10.2  24.7  27.5  25  –2.9  +  +  5  7  7  16.0  15.0  15.0  2,921 421  3,055 450  3,055 450  f  UNITED STATES MINT Federal Funds Public enterprise revolving funds: UNITED STATES MINT PUBLIC ENTERPRISE FUND  1995 actual  Identification code 20–4159–0–3–803  1 below standard  At standard.  1994 actual  1995 actual  1996 est.  1997 est.  Revenue ................................................... Expense ....................................................  439 –394  446 –408  465 –423  514 –452  0109  Net income or loss (–) ............................  45  38  42  62  Balance Sheet (in millions of dollars) 1994 actual  1995 actual  1996 est.  1997 est.  Balance, start of 01.99 Balance, start Receipts: 02.01 Coinage profit Appropriation: 05.01 United States 07.99 Total balance,  1996 est.  1997 est.  year: of year .................................................... ................... ................... ................... fund .......................................................  7 ................... ...................  Mint public enterprise revolving fund ¥7 ................... ................... end of year ............................................ ................... ................... ...................  Program and Financing (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  Identification code 20–4159–0–3–803  00.01 00.02 00.04 00.05  Obligations by program activity: Manufacture of coins (domestic) .................................. Protection of monetary metals and coins ..................... Expansion and improvements ........................................ Distribution of coins ......................................................  46 7 1 7  1996 est.  1997 est.  ................... ................... ................... ...................  ................... ................... ................... ...................  ASSETS: Non-Federal assets: 1206 Receivables, net .................................. 1207 Advances and prepayments ................ Other Federal assets: 1801 Cash and other monetary assets ....... 1802 Inventories and related properties ..... 1803 Property, plant and equipment, net 1901 Other assets ........................................  32 1  33 2  35 1  37 1  00.91 01.01  Program by Activities—Subtotal line (1 level) ........ Capital investments .......................................................  196 92 285 7  216 91 312 3  202 99 358 5  172 100 451 6  01.92 02.01 02.02 02.03 02.04  Total direct program ................................................. 63 ................... ................... Circulating coinage ........................................................ ................... 292 292 Numismatic and investment products .......................... 359 319 258 Protection ....................................................................... ................... 15 15 Capital investments ....................................................... 13 19 54  1999  613  657  700  767  7  20  21  24  Total assets ........................................ LIABILITIES: 2101 Federal liabilities: Accounts payable ...... Non-Federal liabilities: 2201 Accounts payable ................................ 2207 Other ................................................... 2999  18 15  20 31  20 31  21 32  Total liabilities .................................... NET POSITION: 3100 Appropriated capital ................................ 3300 Cumulative results of operations ............  40  71  72  77  32 541  32 554  32 596  32 658  3999  Total net position ................................  573  586  628  690  4999  Total liabilities and net position ............  613  657  700  767  1995 actual  Identification code 20–4502–0–4–803  1996 est.  Personnel compensation: Full-time permanent .................................................. Other than full-time permanent ............................... Other personnel compensation ..................................  11.9 12.1 21.0 22.0 23.1 23.3 24.0 25.1  Total personnel compensation .............................. 159 170 177 Civilian personnel benefits ............................................ 38 37 39 Travel and transportation of persons ............................ 2 4 4 Transportation of things ................................................ 1 1 1 Rental payments to GSA ................................................ 1 1 1 Communications, utilities, and miscellaneous charges 13 14 15 Printing and reproduction .............................................. ................... 2 1 Advisory and assistance services .................................. ................... ................... ...................  VerDate Sep 11 2014  13:21 Nov 02, 2016  Jkt 059060  PO 00000  Program by Activities—Subtotal line (1 level) ........  372  645  619  10.00  Total obligations ........................................................  435  645  619  35 433  24 660  39 603  Budgetary resources available for obligation: Unobligated balance available, start of year: Fund balance ...................................................................... 22.00 New budget authority (gross) ........................................ 22.10 Resources available from recoveries of prior year obligations ....................................................................... 22.30 Unobligated balance expiring ........................................ 22.40 Capital transfer to general fund ................................... 21.90  137 2 31  Frm 00027  Total budgetary resources available for obligation New obligations ............................................................. Unobligated balance available, end of year: Fund balance ......................................................................  1 ................... ................... ¥1 ................... ................... ¥10 ................... ................... 458 ¥435  684 ¥645  642 ¥619  24  39  24  1997 est.  11.1 11.3 11.5  128 2 29  61 ................... ................... 2 ................... ...................  02.91  23.90 23.95 24.90  Object Classification (in millions of dollars) ejoyner on DSK30MW082PROD with MISCELLANEOUS  Total compensable workyears: Full-time equivalent employment .................................. Full-time equivalent of overtime and holiday hours  1997 est.  Unqualified opinion expected.  0101 0102  Identification code 20–4502–0–4–803  2001 2005  1996 est.  Unavailable Collections (in millions of dollars) Unqualified opinion  Statement of Operations (in millions of dollars) Identification code 20–4502–0–4–803  1995 actual  Identification code 20–4502–0–4–803  143 2 32  Fmt 3616  New budget authority (gross), detail: Current: 40.00 Appropriation ............................................................. Permanent: 60.25 Appropriation (special fund, indefinite) .................... 68.00 Spending authority from offsetting collections: Offsetting collections (cash) .....................................  370  660  603  70.00  Total new budget authority (gross) ..........................  433  660  603  72.90  Change in unpaid obligations: Unpaid obligations, start of year: Obligated balance: Fund balance .............................................................  57  64  77  Sfmt 3643  C:\ERIC\TRE.XXX  TRE  56 ................... ................... 7 ................... ...................  812  UNITED STATES MINT—Continued Federal Funds—Continued  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1997  Public enterprise revolving funds—Continued UNITED STATES MINT PUBLIC ENTERPRISE FUND—Continued Program and Financing (in millions of dollars)—Continued 1995 actual  Identification code 20–4159–0–3–803  73.10 73.20 73.40 73.45 74.90  New obligations ............................................................. Total outlays (gross) ...................................................... Adjustments in expired accounts .................................. Adjustments in unexpired accounts .............................. Unpaid obligations, end of year: Obligated balance: Fund balance .............................................................  1996 est.  1997 est.  435 645 619 ¥426 ¥632 ¥600 ¥1 ................... ................... ¥1 ................... ...................  FY95  64  77  95  Outlays (gross), detail: 86.90 Outlays from new current authority .............................. 86.93 Outlays from current balances ...................................... 86.97 Outlays from new permanent authority .........................  49 ................... ................... 6 ................... ................... 371 632 600  87.00  Total outlays (gross) .................................................  426  632  600  Offsets: Against gross budget authority and outlays: 88.40 Offsetting collections (cash) from: Non-Federal sources ..................................................................  ¥370  ¥660  ¥603  89.00 90.00  Net budget authority and outlays: Budget authority ............................................................ Outlays ...........................................................................  63 ................... ................... 56 ¥28 ¥3  ejoyner on DSK30MW082PROD with MISCELLANEOUS  Statement of Operations (in millions of dollars) Identification code 20–4159–0–3–803  1994 actual  1995 actual  0101 0102  Revenue ................................................... Expense ....................................................  .................. ..................  458 –419  685 –627  642 –565  0109  Net income or loss (–) ............................  ..................  39  58  77  1996 est.  1997 est.  The United States Mint manufactures coins, receives deposits of gold and silver bullion, and safeguards the Government’s holdings of monetary metals. Public Law 104–52, dated November 19, 1995, enacted 5136, of Subchapter III of chapter 51 of subtitle IV of title 31, United States Code established the United States Mint Public Enterprise Fund. The new fund encompasses the previous Salaries and Expenses, Coinage Profit Fund, Coinage Metal Fund, and the Numismatic Public Enterprise Fund. The Mint will submit annual audited business-type financial statements to the Secretary of the Treasury and to Congress in support of the operations of the revolving fund. Circulating Coinage.—Funds the manufacture of circulating coins which is determined by public demand. In FY 1997, resources for this activity will allow the Mint to produce 20.3 billion coins. Numismatic and Investment Products.—Funds the manufacture of numismatic and bullion coins, medals, and other products for sale to collectors and the general public. These coins include annual recurring programs such as proof and uncirculated sets, silver proof coins, the American Eagle gold and silver bullion uncirculated and proof coins, and national and historic medals. The activity also includes nonrecurring programs for coins and medals which are legislated to commemorate specific events or individuals. In FY 1997 this activity will fund the 1997 U.S. Botanic Gardens Commemorative Coin program. Protection.—Protection of the Government’s stock of gold and silver bullion, coins, Mint employees and visitors, plant facilities and equipment, and all other Mint property against abuse, theft, damage, disorders, and all other unsafe or illegal practices is maintained by armed guards and modern protective devices. Capital Investments.—Provides for the enhancement of Mint production capabilities with the latest state-of-the-art technology; ensures the continuity of the long-range equipment VerDate Sep 11 2014  13:21 Nov 02, 2016  Jkt 059060  modernization plans; and provides for repairs and improvements to existing Mint facilities. In 1995 the Circulating Coinage activity excludes the cost of metal. However, in 1996 with the merger of the former Coinage Metal Fund into the Mint Public Enterprise Fund, the cost of metal is included in the Circulating Coinage activity. The performance measures associated with each activity are listed below:  PO 00000  Frm 00028  Fmt 3616  Circulating Coinage Activity: Coin production as a percentage of budgeted production .............................................................................. Circulating coinage supplied to FRB as percentage of circulating coinage requested .................................... Coin inventory as a percentage of annual demand ....... Percentage difference between circulating coinage inventories and desired min./max. inventory range ...... Total cost as a % of face value ................................ Costs to produce 50 cent coin ............................................ Costs to produce 25 cent coin ............................................ Costs to produce 10 cent coin ............................................ Costs to produce 5 cent coin .............................................. Costs to produce 1 cent coin .............................................. Numismatic and Investment Products: Sales as a percentage of prior year’s sales ................... Profits as a percentage of sales .................................... Sales returns/replacements as a percentage of sales ... Cost of goods sold (net of metals) as a percentage of sales ............................................................................ Protection: Protection cost as a percentage of reserve value .......... Losses as a percentage of reserve value ....................... Capital Investments: Equipment purchases as a percentage of the five-year plan ............................................................................. Building improvement projects accomplished as a percentage of the five-year plan .....................................  FY96  FY97  111  ....................  ....................  .................... 21  85 ....................  85 ....................  .................... 31 .................... .................... .................... .................... ....................  .................... .................... $0.0867 0.0387 0.0177 0.0314 0.0085  .................... .................... $0.0867 0.0387 0.0177 0.0314 0.0085  .................... .................... ....................  100 7 0.1  100 7 0.1  ....................  18  18  0.01 0.001  .................... 0.001  .................... 0.001  95  100  100  94  100  100  Balance Sheet (in millions of dollars) 1994 actual  1995 actual  96  92  95  98  1 9  1 11  2 11  2 11  196 72  193 77  199 79  205 82  Total assets ........................................ LIABILITIES: 2101 Federal liabilities: Accounts payable ...... Non-Federal liabilities: 2201 Accounts payable ................................ 2207 Other ...................................................  374  374  386  398  194  196  202  208  11 51  15 55  16 57  16 59  2999  Total liabilities .................................... NET POSITION: 3200 Invested capital ....................................... 3300 Cumulative results of operations ............  256  266  275  283  15 103  15 93  16 95  16 98  3999  Total net position ................................  118  108  111  114  4999  Total liabilities and net position ............  374  374  386  397  Identification code 20–4159–0–3–803  ASSETS: Federal assets: 1101 Fund balances with Treasury ............. Investments in US securities: 1106 Receivables, net ............................. 1107 Advances and prepayments ........... Other Federal assets: 1802 Inventories and related properties ..... 1803 Property, plant and equipment, net 1999  1996 est.  1997 est.  Object Classification (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  Identification code 20–4159–0–3–803  11.1 11.3 11.5  Direct obligations: Personnel compensation: Full-time permanent ............................................. Other than full-time permanent ........................... Other personnel compensation .............................  11.9 12.1 13.0 22.0 23.1  Total personnel compensation ......................... Civilian personnel benefits ....................................... Benefits for former personnel ................................... Transportation of things ........................................... Rental payments to GSA ...........................................  Sfmt 3643  C:\ERIC\TRE.XXX  TRE  1996 est.  1997 est.  30 ................... ................... 1 ................... ................... 2 ................... ................... 33 8 1 5 1  ................... ................... ................... ................... ...................  ................... ................... ................... ................... ...................  BUREAU OF THE PUBLIC DEBT Federal Funds  DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY 23.3 25.2 26.0 31.0 32.0 99.0  11.1 11.3 11.5 11.9 12.1 13.0 21.0 22.0 23.1 23.2 23.3 24.0 25.2 26.0 31.0 32.0 42.0 99.0 99.9  Communications, utilities, and miscellaneous charges ................................................................. Other services ............................................................ Supplies and materials ............................................. Equipment ................................................................. Land and structures .................................................. Subtotal, direct obligations .................................. Reimbursable obligations: Personnel compensation: Full-time permanent ............................................. Other than full-time permanent ........................... Other personnel compensation .............................  3 4 5 2 1  ................... ................... ................... ................... ...................  ................... ................... ................... ................... ...................  63 ................... ...................  44 2 3  81 3 5  82 4 5  Total personnel compensation ......................... 49 89 91 Civilian personnel benefits ....................................... 11 21 22 Benefits for former personnel ................................... 3 ................... ................... Travel and transportation of persons ....................... 1 2 1 Transportation of things ........................................... 11 18 14 Rental payments to GSA ........................................... 2 3 3 Rental payments to others ........................................ ................... 1 ................... Communications, utilities, and miscellaneous charges ................................................................. 12 12 8 Printing and reproduction ......................................... 3 3 2 Other services ............................................................ 27 33 14 Supplies and materials ............................................. 239 444 411 Equipment ................................................................. 7 12 25 Land and structures .................................................. 6 7 28 Insurance claims and indemnities ........................... 1 ................... ................... Subtotal, reimbursable obligations ............................... 372 645 619 Total obligations ........................................................  435  645  1995 actual  Direct: Total compensable workyears: 1001 Full-time equivalent employment 1005 Full-time equivalent of overtime Reimbursable: Total compensable workyears: 2001 Full-time equivalent employment 2005 Full-time equivalent of overtime  .............................. and holiday hours  .............................. and holiday hours  1996 est.  1997 est.  918 ................... ................... 39 ................... ...................  1,275 47  2,347 86  2,376 86  f  BUREAU OF THE PUBLIC DEBT Federal Funds General and special funds: ADMINISTERING  THE  PUBLIC DEBT  For necessary expenses connected with any public-debt issues of the United States; not to exceed $2,500 for official reception and representation expenses; ø$180,065,000¿ $176,310,000: Provided, That the sum appropriated herein from the General Fund for fiscal year ø1996¿ 1997 shall be reduced by not more than ø$600,000¿ $4,400,000 as definitive security issue fees øare collected and not more than $2,500,000 as¿ and Treasury Direct Investor Account Maintenance fees are collected, so as to result in a final fiscal year ø1996¿ 1997 appropriation from the General Fund estimated at ø$170,000,000¿ $171,910,000. (Treasury Department Appropriations Act, 1996.) Program and Financing (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  ejoyner on DSK30MW082PROD with MISCELLANEOUS  Identification code 20–0560–0–1–803  1996 est.  1997 est.  Obligations by program activity: Direct program: 00.01 Savings and retirement securities ............................ 00.02 Marketable and special securities ............................ 00.03 Reimbursements to Federal Reserve Banks ............. 00.04 Promoting the sale of savings bonds .......................  114 133 132 51 48 44 141 136 140 16 ................... ...................  10.00  322  Total obligations ........................................................  Budgetary resources available for obligation: 21.40 Unobligated balance available, start of year: Uninvested balance ................................................... 22.00 New budget authority (gross) ........................................ 22.30 Unobligated balance expiring ........................................ VerDate Sep 11 2014  13:21 Nov 02, 2016  Jkt 059060  317  316  5 7 ................... 330 310 316 ¥6 ................... ................... PO 00000  Frm 00029  Total budgetary resources available for obligation New obligations ............................................................. Unobligated balance available, end of year: Uninvested balance ...................................................  New budget authority (gross), detail: Current: 40.00 Appropriation ............................................................. Permanent: 60.05 Appropriation (indefinite) .......................................... 68.00 Spending authority from offsetting collections: Offsetting collections (cash) .....................................  329 ¥322  317 ¥317  316 ¥316  7 ................... ...................  180  175  172  147  130  140  3  5  4  Total new budget authority (gross) ..........................  330  310  316  Change in unpaid obligations: Unpaid obligations, start of year: Obligated balance: Appropriation ............................................................. 73.10 New obligations ............................................................. 73.20 Total outlays (gross) ...................................................... 74.40 Unpaid obligations, end of year: Obligated balance: Appropriation .............................................................  52 322 ¥324  50 317 ¥305  62 316 ¥315  50  62  63  70.00  72.40  86.90 86.93 86.97 86.98  Outlays (gross), detail: Outlays from new current authority .............................. Outlays from current balances ...................................... Outlays from new permanent authority ......................... Outlays from permanent balances ................................  160 19 112 33  147 18 107 33  144 28 109 34  87.00  Total outlays (gross) .................................................  324  305  315  Offsets: Against gross budget authority and outlays: 88.40 Offsetting collections (cash) from: Non-Federal sources ..................................................................  ¥3  ¥5  ¥4  Net budget authority and outlays: Budget authority ............................................................ Outlays ...........................................................................  327 319  305 300  312 311  619  Personnel Summary Identification code 20–4159–0–3–803  23.90 23.95 24.40  813  Fmt 3616  89.00 90.00  This appropriation provides funds for the conduct of all public debt operations and the promotion of the sale of U.S. savings-type securities. Processing and accounting for: Savings securities.—This activity is concerned with the issuance, servicing, and retirement of savings bonds and notes and retirement-type securities, including: (1) the maintenance and servicing of individual accounts of owners of series H and HH bonds and the authorization of interest payments; and (2) the maintenance of accounting control over financial transactions, securities transactions and accountability, and interest cost. These functions are performed directly by the Bureau of the Public Debt, by the Federal Reserve Banks as fiscal agents of the United States, and by the qualified agents which issue and redeem savings bonds and notes. In FY 1996, this activity also consists of sales promotion efforts, using press, radio, other advertising media, and organized groups, augmented by concentrated sales campaigns emphasizing payroll savings plans. Timeliness of Regional Delivery System (RDS): Total RDS Issues (000) ...................................................... % Issued w/in 3 weeks ..................................................... Responsiveness to Customer Service Requests: Total Service Requests ....................................................... % Completed w/in 6 weeks ............................................... Number of Savings Securities Redemptions (000) Number of Savings Securities Issued (000) Number of Reissues and Claims (000) Public Awareness of Savings Bonds Total Advertising Value ($000) .......................................... BPD Advertising Costs ($000) ...........................................  1995  1996  1997  20,075 99.98  23,125 99.90  23,125 99.90  389,327 67.19 65,856 75,629 5,395  438,000 80.00 69,000 83,500 6,775  434,000 80.00 69,000 83,500 7,075  20,355 1,444  16,500 1,460  17,000 1,500  Marketable and special securities.—This activity is concerned with all securities of the United States, other than savings and retirement securities, including securities of Government corporations for which the Bureau of the Public Debt provides services. Functions performed relate to the issuance, servicing, and retirement of these securities, Sfmt 3616  C:\ERIC\TRE.XXX  TRE  814  BUREAU OF THE PUBLIC DEBT—Continued Federal Funds—Continued  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1997  General and special funds—Continued ADMINISTERING  THE  89.00 90.00  PUBLIC DEBT—Continued  both directly by the Bureau and through the Federal Reserve Banks, as fiscal agents, including: (1) The maintenance and servicing of individual accounts of owners of registered securities and book-entry Treasury bills; (2) the authorization of interest and principal payments; and (3) the maintenance of accounting control over financial transactions, securities transactions and accountability, and interest cost. Accuracy of Direct Access Security Accounts: Total Accounts Established ................................................ Percent established w/o errors .......................................... Timeliness of Treasury Securities Auction Results: Total Auctions ..................................................................... Percent completed w/in 60 minutes .................................. Responsiveness to Customer Service Requests: Total Service Requests ....................................................... Percent completed w/in 3 weeks .......................................  1995  1996  100,000 99  162 97  162 90  162 90  21,500 92  21,000 90  21,600 90  11.1 11.3 11.5 11.9 12.1 13.0 21.0 22.0 23.1 23.3 24.0 25.2 25.3 25.7 26.0 31.0 99.5 99.9  Personnel compensation: Full-time permanent .................................................. Other than full-time permanent ............................... Other personnel compensation ..................................  1996 est.  68 1 5  1997 est.  66 1 4  66 1 4  Total personnel compensation .............................. 74 71 71 Civilian personnel benefits ............................................ 15 16 15 Benefits for former personnel ........................................ 2 ................... ................... Travel and transportation of persons ............................ 1 2 2 Transportation of things ................................................ 1 1 1 Rental payments to GSA ................................................ 6 6 6 Communications, utilities, and miscellaneous charges 23 25 24 Printing and reproduction .............................................. 4 5 4 Other services ................................................................ 29 30 29 Purchases of goods and services from Government accounts .................................................................... 148 144 148 Operation and maintenance of equipment ................... 8 8 8 Supplies and materials ................................................. 3 3 3 Equipment ...................................................................... 8 5 5 Below reporting threshold .............................................. ................... 1 ................... Total obligations ........................................................  322  317  316  Personnel Summary 1995 actual  Identification code 20–0560–0–1–803  Total compensable workyears: 1001 Full-time equivalent employment .................................. 1005 Full-time equivalent of overtime and holiday hours  1996 est.  1,880 55  1997 est.  2,026 47  1,875 45  f  PAYMENT  OF  GOVERNMENT LOSSES  IN  SHIPMENT  Program and Financing (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  ejoyner on DSK30MW082PROD with MISCELLANEOUS  Identification code 20–1710–0–1–803  1996 est.  1997 est.  10.00  Obligations by program activity: Total obligations (object class 42.0) ............................  1  1  1  22.00 23.95  Budgetary resources available for obligation: New budget authority (gross) ........................................ New obligations .............................................................  1 ¥1  1 ¥1  1 ¥1  1  1  1  73.10 73.20  Change in unpaid obligations: New obligations ............................................................. Total outlays (gross) ......................................................  1 ¥1  1 ¥1  1 ¥1  86.97  Outlays (gross), detail: Outlays from new permanent authority .........................  1  1  1  87.00  Total outlays (gross) .................................................  1  1  1  PO 00000  Frm 00030  Fmt 3616  13:21 Nov 02, 2016  Jkt 059060  f  The mission of the Internal Revenue Service is to collect the proper amount of tax revenue at the least cost; serve the public by continually improving the quality of our products and services; and perform in a manner warranting the highest degree of public confidence in our integrity, efficiency and fairness. To achieve its mission, the Service has identified three strategic objectives. First, to accomplish our objective of increasing compliance we will encourage and assist taxpayers to voluntarily file timely and accurate returns and pay on time; when taxpayers do not comply, we will take appropriate enforcement actions. Second, to achieve our objective of maximizing customer satisfaction and reducing burden we will reduce the time and expense experienced by taxpayers, tax professionals, and others in complying with the tax laws, while increasing their satisfaction with the tax system. Third, and finally, to meet our objective of achieving quality-driven productivity through systems improvements and employee development, we will continually improve the quality of products and services we provide by using systems improvement tools and techniques, and developing a highly-trained work force. IRS has developed a hierarchy of measures to focus the energies and talents of the organization and its employees on the attainment of the mission, and to establish clear lines of accountability for continuous improvement. At the top of this hierarchy of measures is a barometer of overall Service performance. This indicator compares the amount of revenue collected during a fiscal year, minus the IRS costs of collecting that revenue and minus the monetized value of the burden hours placed on taxpayers in meeting their tax obligations, with the amount of revenue that would have been collected if all taxpayers had paid their full tax liability. The second level of the measures hierarchy contains measures for the Service’s three objectives, which are displayed below. Also at this level are measures that require the interrelated efforts of multiple functions. Finally, the third level of the measures hierarchy contains the measures for the Service’s eighteen budget activities. These eighteen activities represent the Service’s various functional components; each activity contributes toward the achievement of the Service’s mission and objectives. Details on these measures are shown at the conclusion of the appropriation summaries. SERVICEWIDE PERFORMANCE MEASURES  New budget authority (gross), detail: 60.00 Appropriation ..................................................................  VerDate Sep 11 2014  1 1  INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE  100,000 99  1995 actual  1 1  This account was created as self-insurance to cover losses in shipment of Government property such as coins, currency, securities, certain losses incurred by the Postal Service, and losses in connection with the redemption of savings bonds. Approximately 500 claims are paid annually.  1997  318,838 99  Object Classification (in millions of dollars) Identification code 20–0560–0–1–803  Net budget authority and outlays: Budget authority ............................................................ 1 Outlays ........................................................................... ...................  1995 actual  Mission Measure: Collect the proper amount of tax revenue at the least cost.. Objective Measures: Increase Voluntary Compliance.  Maximize Customer Satisfaction. Sfmt 3616  1996 est.  (Revenue Collected(Budget + Burden)) ÷ Total True Tax Liability=  0.7766  0.7825  (1) Total Collection Percentage (TCP). (2) Total Net Revenue Collected. (1) Revenue Collected per Dollar of Burden.  86.0  86.3  $1.271B  $1.358B  10.97  11.38  C:\ERIC\TRE.XXX  TRE  1997 est.  0.7889  86.7 $1.450B 11.80  INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE—Continued Federal Funds  DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY (2) Time expended by taxpayers in fulfilling their tax responsibilities. (3) Favorability of IRS (Roper Survey). Achieve Quality(1) Revenue Collected Driven Producper Dollar of IRS tivity. Budget. Multi-functional Measures: Total Revenue Protected. % Tax Payments Paid Timely. Increase in Net Revenue Collected. PRP average processing time (closed cases in days): District Offices. Service Centers. % of PRP Cases Identified. PRP Quality Customer Service Rate (CSR): District Offices. Service Centers.  5.3 billion hrs.  5.3 billion hrs.  5.3 billion hrs.  36  47  49  172  185  189  $7.6B  $4.14B  97  97  97.1  $88B  $87B  $92B  Budgetary resources available for obligation: Unobligated balance available, start of year: Uninvested balance ................................................... 22.00 New budget authority (gross) ........................................ 22.30 Unobligated balance expiring ........................................ 21.40  23.90 23.95 24.40  40.5  40.5  26.6  25.5  25.5  85.6  86  New budget authority (gross), detail: Current: 40.00 Appropriation ............................................................. Permanent: 60.25 Appropriation (special fund, indefinite) .................... Spending authority from offsetting collections: 68.00 Offsetting collections (cash) ................................ 68.10 Change in orders on hand from Federal sources 68.90  86  74  78  78  60  70  70  Federal Funds AND  70.00  MANAGEMENT  For necessary expenses of the Internal Revenue Service, not otherwise provided for; including processing tax returns; revenue accounting; providing assistance to taxpayers, management services, and inspection; including purchase (not to exceed 150 for replacement only, for police-type use) and hire of passenger motor vehicles (31 U.S.C. 1343(b)); and services as authorized by 5 U.S.C. 3109, at such rates as may be determined by the Commissioner; ø$1,723,764,000¿ $1,779,663,000, of which $3,700,000 shall be for the Tax Counseling for the Elderly Program, and of which not to exceed $25,000 shall be for official reception and representation expenses. (Treasury Department Appropriations Act, 1996.)  1995 actual  1996 est.  1997 est.  Balance, start of year: Balance, start of year .................................................... ................... ................... ................... Receipts: 02.01 New installment agreements, IRS miscellaneous retained fees ................................................................ 33 99 99 02.02 Restructured installment agreements, IRS miscellaneous retained ........................................................... 7 20 20 01.99  02.99  Total receipts ............................................................. 40 Appropriation: 05.01 Processing, assistance, and management .................... ¥40 05.02 Tax law enforcement ...................................................... ...................  119  119  ¥20 ¥99  ¥40 ¥79  Subtotal appropriation ................................................... ¥40 ¥119 ¥119 Total balance, end of year ............................................ ................... ................... ...................  ejoyner on DSK30MW082PROD with MISCELLANEOUS  Program and Financing (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  Identification code 20–0912–0–1–803  Obligations by program activity: Direct program: 00.01 Submission Processing .............................................. 00.03 Taxpayer service ........................................................ 00.04 Resource management processing services ............. 00.06 Management Services ............................................... 00.07 Inspection ..................................................................  1996 est.  1997 est.  814 448 284 123 101  793 482 261 106 102  870 474 258 111 107  00.91 01.01  Total direct program ............................................. Reimbursable program ..................................................  1,770 30  1,744 27  1,820 30  10.00  Total obligations ........................................................  1,800  1,771  1,850  PO 00000  Frm 00031  Fmt 3616  VerDate Sep 11 2014  13:21 Nov 02, 2016  Jkt 059060  1,798 ¥1,771  1,877 ¥1,850  27  27  27  1,737  1,724  1,780  40  20  40  27  30  Total new budget authority (gross) ..........................  1,807  1,771  1,850  Total unpaid obligations, start of year ................ New obligations ............................................................. Total outlays (gross) ...................................................... Adjustments in expired accounts .................................. Unpaid obligations, end of year: Obligated balance: Appropriation ............................................................. Outlays (gross), detail: Outlays from new current authority .............................. Outlays from current balances ...................................... Outlays from new permanent authority ......................... Outlays from permanent balances ................................  87.00  Total outlays (gross) .................................................  Offsets: Against gross budget authority and outlays: 88.00 Offsetting collections (cash) from: Federal sources 88.95 Change in orders on hand from Federal sources .........  89.00 90.00  35 27 30 ¥5 ................... ................... 30  86.90 86.93 86.97 86.98  Unavailable Collections (in millions of dollars) Identification code 20–0912–0–1–803  1,827 ¥1,800  Spending authority from offsetting collections (total) ...........................................................  Change in unpaid obligations: Unpaid obligations, start of year: 72.40 Obligated balance: Appropriation ............................. 72.95 Orders on hand from Federal sources ...................... 72.99 73.10 73.20 73.40 74.40  General and special funds:  05.99 07.99  Total budgetary resources available for obligation New obligations ............................................................. Unobligated balance available, end of year: Uninvested balance ...................................................  24 27 27 1,807 1,771 1,850 ¥4 ................... ...................  $4.15B  42.6  PROCESSING, ASSISTANCE,  815  Net budget authority and outlays: Budget authority ............................................................ Outlays ...........................................................................  284 240 239 5 ................... ................... 289 240 239 1,800 1,771 1,850 ¥1,828 ¥1,770 ¥1,843 ¥21 ................... ................... 240  239  246  1,569 1,569 187 156 67 45 5 ...................  1,620 155 66 2  1,828  1,843  1,770  ¥35 ¥27 ¥30 5 ................... ...................  1,777 1,793  1,744 1,743  1,820 1,813  This appropriation provides for processing tax returns and related documents, processing data for compiling statistics of income, assisting taxpayers in correct filing of their returns and in paying taxes that are due, overall planning and direction of the Internal Revenue Service, and management of financial resources and procurement. Submission processing.—This activity provides for all actions associated with receipt of completed returns and payments, deposit of those payments, processing and accounting for revenue collections and Federal Tax Deposits and verification of the accuracy of information provided by the taxpayer through an automated master file system. It provides for payment of refunds, offset of refunds against delinquent accounts, issuance of notices that payments are overdue, identification of possible nonfilers for investigation, and assistance in the selection of tax returns for audit. Taxpayer services.—This activity aids voluntary compliance with Federal tax laws by informing taxpayers of their responsibilities and by providing services and information through various media which assist them in meeting their obligations. Inquiries concerning tax laws, IRS notices and procedures, and tax accounts problems are resolved. Resource management, processing, assistance and management.—This activity provides all administrative services for IRS Service Centers, Submission Processing Sites, Customer Service Sites, and Area Distribution Centers. Sfmt 3616  C:\ERIC\TRE.XXX  TRE  816  INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE—Continued Federal Funds—Continued  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1997  General and special funds—Continued PROCESSING, ASSISTANCE,  AND  MANAGEMENT—Continued  Management services.—This activity sets policies and goals, provides leadership and direction for the Service, and provides Servicewide policy guidance for managing contract administration and procurement programs, conducting strategic and organizational planning, and developing and managing the human, logistical, and financial resources required to fulfill the Service’s mission in performing tax administration. Inspection.—This activity protects public confidence in the integrity of the Internal Revenue Service. Internal Audit independently reviews service programs at the national, regional and local levels to ensure that laws and regulations are being followed, that management and financial internal controls are in place, that programs and major ADP systems are functioning effectively and efficiently and that appropriated funds are spent as authorized. Internal Security conducts background investigations to maintain the integrity of the IRS workforce against fraud and drug abuse and protect the Service against outside attempts to bribe, intimidate or harass its employees.  24.0 25.1 25.2 25.3 25.4 25.5 25.7 26.0 31.0 41.0  Printing and reproduction ......................................... Advisory and assistance services ............................. Other services ............................................................ Purchases of goods and services from Government accounts ................................................................ Operation and maintenance of facilities .................. Research and development contracts ....................... Operation and maintenance of equipment ............... Supplies and materials ............................................. Equipment ................................................................. Grants, subsidies, and contributions ........................  99.0 99.0  Subtotal, direct obligations .................................. Reimbursable obligations ..............................................  1,770 30  1,744 27  1,820 30  99.9  Total obligations ........................................................  1,800  1,771  1,850  1995 actual  Identification code 20–0912–0–1–803  Direct: Total compensable workyears: 1001 Full-time equivalent employment .............................. 1005 Full-time equivalent of overtime and holiday hours Reimbursable: 2001 Total compensable workyears: Full-time equivalent employment ...............................................................  1996 est.  1997 est.  193,150 11,937 88,736 94% 99% 36 21  197,083 12,127 90,510 94% 99% 40 21  199,516 12,580 91,596 94% 99% 40 21  12 8 86  18.4 10 86  36.2 11 86.2  110.6M 91% 91% 38.6% 111  102.7M 90% 91% 41.4% 100  102.7M 90% 91% 42% 100  75% 7,059  77% 6,843  79% 6,843  116  110  110  582 9,359  660 9,456  660 9,470  $5,682 1,010  $5,348 1,001  $5,356 1,003  8.8 9.0 19.0 1.7 68 hrs. 74%  9.0 6.0 9.0 1.6 67 hrs. 100%  9.1 6.0 9.0 1.5 66 hrs. 100%  Object Classification (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  ejoyner on DSK30MW082PROD with MISCELLANEOUS  Identification code 20–0912–0–1–803  11.1 11.3 11.5 11.9 12.1 13.0 21.0 22.0 23.1 23.3  Direct obligations: Personnel compensation: Full-time permanent ............................................. Other than full-time permanent ........................... Other personnel compensation ............................. Total personnel compensation ......................... Civilian personnel benefits ....................................... Benefits for former personnel ................................... Travel and transportation of persons ....................... Transportation of things ........................................... Rental payments to GSA ........................................... Communications, utilities, and miscellaneous charges .................................................................  VerDate Sep 11 2014  13:21 Nov 02, 2016  Jkt 059060  1996 est.  1997 est.  34,018 832  31,270 582  31,579 594  811  694  760  f  (Includes selected workload data) 1995 actual  43 43 43 15 ................... ................... 3 2 2 3 ................... ................... 13 12 12 8 7 9 4 4 4  Personnel Summary  PERFORMANCE MEASURES BY BUDGET ACTIVITY  Submission Processing: Number of primary returns filed (in thousands) ................... Number of supplemental documents filed (in thousands) Total number of individual refunds issued (in thousands) Processing accuracy rate—paper .......................................... Processing accuracy rate—ELF .............................................. Refund timeliness—paper (days) .......................................... Refund timeliness—ELF (days) .............................................. % Dollar amount of Federal Tax Deposits received electronically ............................................................................. % Returns filed on media other than paper ......................... % required individual returns filed ....................................... Taxpayer Services: Number of calls answered—toll-free (including Tele-tax calls) ................................................................................... TPS tax law accuracy (formerly called technical accuracy) TPS account accuracy ............................................................. TPS Level of Access (Servicewide measure) .......................... Calls answered as % of schedule ......................................... Initial Contact Resolution (ICR) rate (formerly called OneStop Contact Rate) ............................................................. Taxpayer Contacts/FTE ............................................................ Inspection: Number of Internal Audit reports issued ............................... Number of Internal Audit recommendations to IRS management ................................................................................... Number of security investigations conducted ........................ Amount of fines, restitutions, and funds recovered or imposed by judicial order (in thousands) ............................. Number of prosecutions/Administrative actions .................... Management Services: % of Employees Trained in Systems Management ................ Training FTEs % of Total FTEs—RA ...................................... Training FTEs % of Total FTEs—TA ...................................... % Bargaining Unit Employees filing Step 2 Grievance ......... Absentee Rate ......................................................................... TQO Certification .....................................................................  95 78 75 1 ................... ................... 35 50 49  1996 est.  1997 est.  TAX LAW ENFORCEMENT For necessary expenses of the Internal Revenue Service for determining and establishing tax liabilities; tax and enforcement litigation; technical rulings; examining employee plans and exempt organizations; investigation and enforcement activities; securing unfiled tax returns; collecting unpaid accounts; statistics of income and compliance research; the purchase (for police-type use, not to exceed 850), and hire of passenger motor vehicles (31 U.S.C. 1343(b)); and services as authorized by 5 U.S.C. 3109, at such rates as may be determined by the Commissioner ø$4,097,294,000¿ $4,527,821,000, of which not to exceed $1,000,000 shall remain available until September 30, ø1998¿ 1999 for researchø: Provided, That $13,000,000 shall be used to initiate a program to utilize private counsel law firms and debt collection agencies in the collection activities of the Internal Revenue Service in compliance with section 104 of this Act¿. (Treasury Department Appropriations Act, 1996.) Program and Financing (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  Identification code 20–0913–0–1–803  1996 est.  1997 est.  Obligations by program activity: Direct program: 00.01 Examination ............................................................... 00.02 Chief counsel ............................................................. 00.03 Employee plans and exempt organizations .............. 00.04 International .............................................................. 00.05 Tax fraud and financial investigation ...................... 00.06 Collection ................................................................... 00.07 SOI/Compliance Research ......................................... 00.08 Information reporting program .................................. 00.09 Resources Management—Compliance .....................  1,576 375 133 41 403 882 61 108 779  1,591 370 131 36 379 792 60 89 748  1,795 250 133 34 390 1,078 60 133 734  00.91 01.01  Total direct program ............................................. Reimbursable program ..................................................  4,358 68  4,196 76  4,607 84  10.00  Total obligations ........................................................  4,426  4,272  4,691  Budgetary resources available for obligation: Unobligated balance available, start of year: Uninvested balance ................................................... 22.00 New budget authority (gross) ........................................ 22.30 Unobligated balance expiring ........................................ 21.40  713 244 62  703 221 43  757 229 44  1,019 243 25 20 15 145  967 207 32 18 14 209  1,030 226 31 18 14 209  83  101  98  PO 00000  Frm 00032  Fmt 3616  23.90 23.95 24.40  Total budgetary resources available for obligation New obligations ............................................................. Unobligated balance available, end of year: Uninvested balance ...................................................  New budget authority (gross), detail: Current: 40.00 Appropriation ............................................................. 42.00 Transferred from other accounts .............................. Sfmt 3643  C:\ERIC\TRE.XXX  TRE  1 1 1 4,445 4,272 4,691 ¥19 ................... ................... 4,427 ¥4,426  4,273 ¥4,272  4,692 ¥4,691  1  1  1  4,375 4,097 4,528 2 ................... ...................  INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE—Continued Federal Funds—Continued  DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY 43.00 60.25 68.00 70.00  Appropriation (total) ............................................. 4,377 Permanent: Appropriation (special fund, indefinite) .................... ................... Spending authority from offsetting collections: Offsetting collections (cash) ..................................... 68 Total new budget authority (gross) ..........................  Change in unpaid obligations: Unpaid obligations, start of year: Obligated balance: Appropriation ............................................................. 73.10 New obligations ............................................................. 73.20 Total outlays (gross) ...................................................... 73.40 Adjustments in expired accounts .................................. 74.40 Unpaid obligations, end of year: Obligated balance: Appropriation .............................................................  4,445  4,097  4,528  99  79  76  84  4,272  4,691  72.40  86.90 86.93 86.97 86.98 87.00  395  386  406  Outlays (gross), detail: Outlays from new current authority .............................. 4,114 3,892 Outlays from current balances ...................................... 246 219 Outlays from new permanent authority ......................... 68 170 Outlays from permanent balances ................................ ................... ...................  4,302 205 159 5  Total outlays (gross) .................................................  4,428  4,281  4,671  Offsets: Against gross budget authority and outlays: 88.00 Offsetting collections (cash) from: Federal sources  ¥68  ¥76  ¥84  Net budget authority and outlays: Budget authority ............................................................ Outlays ...........................................................................  4,377 4,361  4,196 4,205  4,607 4,587  89.00 90.00  ejoyner on DSK30MW082PROD with MISCELLANEOUS  369 395 386 4,426 4,272 4,691 ¥4,428 ¥4,281 ¥4,671 28 ................... ...................  This appropriation provides for the examination of tax returns, both domestic and international, and the administrative and judicial settlement of taxpayer appeals of examination findings. It also provides for technical rulings, monitoring employee pension plans, determining qualifications of organizations seeking tax-exempt status, examining tax returns of exempt organizations, enforcing statutes relating to detection and investigation of criminal violations of the internal revenue laws, collecting unpaid accounts, compiling statistics of income and compliance research, and securing unfiled tax returns and payments. Funds are requested to continue the Service’s ability to ensure equitable application and adequate enforcement of the tax laws, to promote voluntary compliance with the internal revenue laws, to identify possible nonfilers for investigation and to investigate cases of fraud or financial transactions related to possible money laundering schemes. Examination.—This activity encourages voluntary compliance with the internal revenue laws through the determination of correct tax liability by the selective examination of tax returns, the correction of errors, and explanation of these corrections to taxpayers. The appeals portion of this activity provides staffing, training, and direct support to allow for an administrative review process that provides a channel for impartial case settlement prior to cases being docketed in a court of law. This includes the offices of the national director of appeals and the regional director of appeals. Counsel.—The counsel activity is the independent legal counsel to the Internal Revenue Service and provides the correct legal interpretation of the internal revenue laws; represents the Internal Revenue Service in litigation; provides all other legal support for the Internal Revenue Service; and, performs these duties in a manner that enhances public confidence in the integrity, efficiency, and fairness of our nation’s tax system. Employee plans and exempt organizations.—This activity monitors private pension plans to ensure compliance with the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974, as amended. Organizations apply for tax-exempt status, which is determined by this activity, through the application of certain tests. By examining tax returns of tax-exempt organizations, it monitors and ensures compliance with current tax laws regarding tax-exempt organizations. VerDate Sep 11 2014  13:21 Nov 02, 2016  Jkt 059060  PO 00000  Frm 00033  Fmt 3616  817  International.—This activity directs the full range of IRS enforcement and assistance programs related to U.S. taxpayers doing business or residing outside the United States as well as non-resident aliens with a U.S. tax obligation. It also provides technical tax training and administrative assistance to foreign governments; provides compliance and taxpayer service support to Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands and certain Pacific Island jurisdictions; and manages activities related to tax treaties between the United States and other governments. Statistics of income and compliance research.—This activity publishes Statistics of Income Reports on the operation of income tax laws, as required by the Internal Revenue Code for the Congress and its committees; for administrative use by the Secretary of the Treasury and the Commissioner of Internal Revenue; and for the Federal benchmark statistical programs on income, wealth and finance. This activity also develops and evaluates data on taxpayer filing characteristics based on returns as they are filed, and conducts statistical and economic studies for the Office of the Commissioner. Tax fraud and financial investigation.—This activity provides for enforcement of criminal statutes relating to violations of internal revenue laws. It investigates cases of suspected intent to defraud, recommends prosecution as warranted, and assists in the preparation and trial of criminal tax cases. In addition, financial investigations expose money laundering schemes through a variety of methods, including Currency Transaction Reports. Collection.—This activity collects unpaid tax accounts and secures delinquent returns; develops and implements programs to prevent tax accounts from becoming delinquent; determines and analyzes reasons for tax accounts that become delinquent; and develops, implements, and measures programs that analyze the reasons for types and degrees of nonfiling. Document matching.—This activity processes information returns, such as wage, dividend, and interest statements and matches them with related individual income tax returns. This enables the Service to identify income reporting discrepancies, unsubstantiated deductions, and nonfiling of tax returns and to verify facts and amounts in question through taxpayer contact prior to assessing additional tax or refunding excess credits. Resource management, compliance.—This activity provides all administrative services for IRS field installations. PERFORMANCE MEASURES BY BUDGET ACTIVITY (Includes selected workload and selected revenue data) 1995 actual  Tax Fraud and Financial Investigation: Fraud Convictions ................................................................... Narcotics Convictions ............................................................. Indictment Rate ...................................................................... Publicized Investigations per FTE ........................................... Fraudulent return deletion rate—paper and electronic ........ Refund fraud deletion rate—paper and electronic ............... Examination: Examination Measures: Recommended additional tax and penalties .......................... Audit coverage ........................................................................ Cycle Time (Days) RA 1040 Business .................................... Cycle Time (Days) RA 1040 Nonbusiness .............................. Cycle Time (Days) RA 1120 .................................................... Cycle Time (Days) TA 1040 Business ..................................... Cycle Time (Days) TA 1040 Nonbusiness ............................... CEP Currency (Open Year Average) ........................................ $/Hour Mean RA 1040 ............................................................ $/Hour Mean RA 1120 ............................................................ $/Hour Mean TA 1040 ............................................................. $/Hour using Total Adjusted Revenue (TAR) .......................... % of Agreed and Partially Agreed CEP Examinations ........... % Assessed $ Collected Before 2nd Notice ........................... Appeals Measures: Work Units Closed, Non-Docketed .......................................... Work Units Closed, Docketed .................................................. Revenue in Billions of Dollars, Non-Docketed ........................ Sfmt 3647  C:\ERIC\TRE.XXX  TRE  1996 est.  1997 est.  1,954 994 91% 0.8 78% 76%  1,954 921 90% 0.7 80% 80%  1,932 900 90% 0.7 86% 86%  $28.6B 1.63% 307 327 375 265 215 3.2 967 1,073 817 6,697 77.5 64.2  $23.8B 1.54% 298 317 364 257 209 3.2 1,006 1,116 850 5,727 78.5 65.5  $23.4B 1.51% 289 307 353 249 203 3.1 1,036 1,149 876 5,900 79.5 66.8  42,513 22,913 2.878  41,622 22,435 2.817  43,183 23,277 2.924  818  INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE—Continued Federal Funds—Continued  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1997 25.3  General and special funds—Continued TAX LAW ENFORCEMENT—Continued PERFORMANCE MEASURES BY BUDGET ACTIVITY—Continued (Includes selected workload and selected revenue data) 1995 actual  Revenue in Billions of Dollars, Docketed ............................... Agreed Cases, Non-Docketed .................................................. Agreed Cases, Docketed ......................................................... Lapse Days, Non-Docketed Under $10 million ....................... Lapse Days, Non-Docketed $10 million and Over .................. Increase % of Appeals Officer direct time ............................ Chief Counsel: Technical Advice and Service Assistance (Completions) ....... Private Letter Rulings and Advance Pricing Agreements (Completions) ..................................................................... Regulations, Revenue Rulings, and Revenue Procedures (Completions) ..................................................................... Docketed Tax Litigation Case Closures .................................. Docketed Tax Litigation Dollars Protected for Closures ($000s) ............................................................................... Docketed Tax Litigation Cycle Time ........................................ Counsel Bankruptcy—Closures .............................................. Counsel Bankruptcy—Dollars Protected ($000s) ................... Counsel Litigation Support—Criminal Tax Closures ............. Counsel Litigation Support—General Legal Services Closures ................................................................................... Counsel Litigation Support—Other General Litigation Closures ................................................................................... Counsel Litigation Support—Refund Closures ...................... Counsel Litigation Support—Refund Dollars Protected ($000s) ............................................................................... Employee Plans and Exempt Organizations: EP Determination Cycle Time (Days) ...................................... EO Determination Cycle Time (Days) ...................................... EP Determination Letter Inventory .......................................... International: Foreign Controlled Corporation Direct Exam FTE ................... US Initiated Competent Authority Case Cycle Time (Days) Foreign Initiated Competent Authority Case Cycle Time (Days) ................................................................................. International Enforcement No Change Rate (Days) ............... Collection: Collection Yield ....................................................................... ACS Average Cycles to Dispose TDA/TDI ................................ CFf Average Cycles to Dispose TDA/TDI ................................. ACS Level of Service ............................................................... ACS Average Hours per Entity Disposition ............................. CFf Average Hours per Entity Disposition .............................. ACS $ Collected/FTE ............................................................... CFf $ Collected/FTE ................................................................ Document Matching: Assessments, Underreporter (Millions) ................................... Assessments, Substitute for Return (Millions) ....................... Refunds, Underreporter (Millions) ........................................... Information Returns Received (Millions) ................................ % of Information Documents Processed ................................ Resources Management Compliance: Support Services Timeliness Index ......................................... Support Services Cycle Time Index ......................................... Support Services Cost Index ................................................... Support Services Customer Satisfaction Index ...................... Support Services Quality Index ...............................................  1996 est.  1997 est.  0.616 35,371 20,598 243 824 55.5  0.603 34,630 20,169 236 799 58.3  0.626 35,928 20,926 229 775 60.0  4,858  4,566  4,566  3,256  3,060  3,060  611 26,787  574 25,180  574 25,180  2,067,331 564 30,515 6,631,486 5,617  1,943,290 530 28,684 6,233,600 5,280  1,943,290 530 28,684 6,233,600 5,280  3,247  3,052  3,052  46,019 841  43,258 790  43,258 790  72,526  68,175  68,175  119 84 54,800  180 83 20,000  125 83 20,000  119.81 656  81 730  81 730  597 22.46%  730 21.4%  730 20.4%  $25.1B 23.9 36.7 58% 3.5 44.4 1,124,000 413,000  $21.9B 23.9 42.1 80% 3.7 49.8 1,236,000 438,000  $23.0B 23.4 41.8 85% 3.5 48.8 1,298,000 460,000  $1,658 $1,948 $120 1,052.0 96.68  $1,368 $1,291 $95 1,154.4 96.68  $1,619 $1,140 $125 1,139.6 96.00  100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0  100.0 105.4 103.6 100.0 100.0  100.0 105.4 103.6 100.0 100.0  Object Classification (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  ejoyner on DSK30MW082PROD with MISCELLANEOUS  Identification code 20–0913–0–1–803  11.1 11.3 11.5 11.8 11.9 12.1 13.0 21.0 22.0 23.1 23.2 23.3 24.0 25.2  Direct obligations: Personnel compensation: Full-time permanent ............................................. Other than full-time permanent ........................... Other personnel compensation ............................. Special personal services payments .................... Total personnel compensation ......................... Civilian personnel benefits ....................................... Benefits for former personnel ................................... Travel and transportation of persons ....................... Transportation of things ........................................... Rental payments to GSA ........................................... Rental payments to others ........................................ Communications, utilities, and miscellaneous charges ................................................................. Printing and reproduction ......................................... Other services ............................................................  VerDate Sep 11 2014  13:21 Nov 02, 2016  Jkt 059060  2,660 129 98 13  1996 est.  2,748 80 70 14  1997 est.  2,905 81 73 14  2,900 2,912 3,073 630 600 675 2 9 9 109 93 93 5 4 4 338 334 318 1 ................... ................... 122 20 106  45 9 125  52 9 172  PO 00000  Frm 00034  Fmt 3616  25.4 25.5 25.7 26.0 31.0 42.0  Purchases of goods and services from Government accounts ................................................................ Operation and maintenance of facilities .................. Research and development contracts ....................... Operation and maintenance of equipment ............... Supplies and materials ............................................. Equipment ................................................................. Insurance claims and indemnities ...........................  99.0 99.0  Subtotal, direct obligations .................................. Reimbursable obligations ..............................................  4,358 68  4,196 76  4,607 84  99.9  Total obligations ........................................................  4,426  4,272  4,691  4 4 4 15 ................... ................... 4 5 5 3 ................... ................... 28 25 28 70 30 164 1 1 1  Personnel Summary 1995 actual  Identification code 20–0913–0–1–803  Direct: Total compensable workyears: 1001 Full-time equivalent employment 1005 Full-time equivalent of overtime Reimbursable: Total compensable workyears: 2001 Full-time equivalent employment 2005 Full-time equivalent of overtime  1996 est.  1997 est.  .............................. and holiday hours  69,370 402  66,552 286  68,942 286  .............................. and holiday hours  477 96  534 102  585 122  INFORMATION SYSTEMS For necessary expenses for data processing and telecommunications support for Internal Revenue Service activities, including: tax systems modernization (modernized developmental systems), modernized operational systems, services and compliance, and support systems; and for the hire of passenger motor vehicles (31 U.S.C. 1343(b)); and services as authorized by 5 U.S.C. 3109, at such rates as may be determined by the Commissioner: ø$1,527,154,000¿ $1,700,674,000, of which no less than ø$695,000,000¿ $850,000,000 shall be available for tax systems modernization activities, of which up to $185,000,000 for tax and information systems development projects shall remain available until September 30, ø1998: Provided, That of the funds appropriated for tax systems modernization, $100,000,000 may not be obligated until the Secretary of the Treasury provides a report to the Committees on Appropriations of the House and the Senate that (1) with explicit decision criteria, identifies, evaluates, and prioritizes all systems investments planned for fiscal year 1996, (2) provides a schedule for successfully mitigating deficiencies identified by the General Accounting Office in its April 1995 report to the Committees, (3) presents a milestone schedule for development and implementation of all projects included in the tax systems modernization program, and (4) presents a plan to expand the utilization of external expertise for systems development and total program integration¿ 1999. (Treasury Department Appropriations Act, 1996.) Program and Financing (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  Identification code 20–0919–0–1–803  1996 est.  1997 est.  00.05 00.06 00.07 00.08  Obligations by program activity: TSM—Modernized Developmental ................................. Modernized Operational ................................................. Services and Compliance .............................................. Support Systems ............................................................  622 57 607 93  765 58 679 105  850 76 670 105  00.91 01.01  Total direct program ................................................. Reimbursable program ..................................................  1,379 36  1,607 61  1,701 67  10.00  Total obligations ........................................................  1,415  1,668  1,768  Budgetary resources available for obligation: Unobligated balance available, start of year: Uninvested balance ................................................... 22.00 New budget authority (gross) ........................................ 22.30 Unobligated balance expiring ........................................ 21.40  23.90 23.95 24.40  Total budgetary resources available for obligation New obligations ............................................................. Unobligated balance available, end of year: Uninvested balance ...................................................  New budget authority (gross), detail: Current: 40.00 Appropriation ............................................................. Permanent: 68.00 Spending authority from offsetting collections: Offsetting collections (cash) ..................................... Sfmt 3643  C:\ERIC\TRE.XXX  TRE  129 84 4 1,395 1,588 1,768 ¥26 ................... ................... 1,498 ¥1,415  1,672 ¥1,668  1,772 ¥1,768  84  4  4  1,359  1,527  1,701  36  61  67  INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE—Continued Federal Funds—Continued  DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY 70.00  Total new budget authority (gross) ..........................  Change in unpaid obligations: Unpaid obligations, start of year: Obligated balance: Appropriation ............................................................. 73.10 New obligations ............................................................. 73.20 Total outlays (gross) ...................................................... 73.40 Adjustments in expired accounts .................................. 74.40 Unpaid obligations, end of year: Obligated balance: Appropriation .............................................................  1,395  1,588  1,768  72.40  566  688  769  11.3 11.5  Other than full-time permanent ........................... Other personnel compensation .............................  11 15  4 9  9 9  11.9 12.1 21.0 22.0 23.1 23.3  Total personnel compensation ......................... Civilian personnel benefits ....................................... Travel and transportation of persons ....................... Transportation of things ........................................... Rental payments to GSA ........................................... Communications, utilities, and miscellaneous charges ................................................................. Printing and reproduction ......................................... Advisory and assistance services ............................. Other services ............................................................ Purchases of goods and services from Government accounts ................................................................ Operation and maintenance of facilities .................. Operation and maintenance of equipment ............... Supplies and materials ............................................. Equipment .................................................................  404 79 23 1 32  405 74 26 1 39  420 80 28 1 39  24.0 25.1 25.2 25.3  176 236 208 6 3 3 1 ................... ................... 335 394 384  86.90 86.93 86.97  Outlays (gross), detail: Outlays from new current authority .............................. Outlays from current balances ...................................... Outlays from new permanent authority .........................  970 593 36  993 492 61  1,106 514 67  87.00  Total outlays (gross) .................................................  1,599  1,546  1,687  Offsets: Against gross budget authority and outlays: 88.00 Offsetting collections (cash) from: Federal sources  25.4 25.7 26.0 31.0  ¥36  ¥61  ¥67  99.0 99.0  Subtotal, direct obligations .................................. Reimbursable obligations ..............................................  1,379 36  1,607 61  1,701 67  Net budget authority and outlays: Budget authority ............................................................ Outlays ...........................................................................  99.9  Total obligations ........................................................  1,415  1,668  1,768  1,359 1,563  1,527 1,485  1,701 1,620  89.00 90.00  ejoyner on DSK30MW082PROD with MISCELLANEOUS  787 566 688 1,415 1,668 1,768 ¥1,599 ¥1,546 ¥1,687 ¥35 ................... ...................  819  This appropriation provides for Servicewide data processing support, including the evaluation, development, and implementation of computer systems, software, and hardware requirements. Tax Systems Modernization (modernized developmental systems).—This activity provides for major redesign and acquisition of the basic information systems infrastructure needed to achieve a fully integrated framework for tax administration operations. This includes implementing a redesigned tax administration system, developing a target architecture, replacing equipment at major field installations, and executing other major redesign efforts. Modernized Operational.—This activity includes those Tax Systems Modernization projects that have advanced from the developmental phase of activity to an operational mode after Servicewide implementation and acceptance. Services and Compliance.—This activity provides automation support for the Processing, Assistance and Management and Tax Law Enforcement appropriations. The systems in this activity direct IRS compliance and enforcement programs including: examining tax returns, collecting unpaid accounts, securing delinquent returns, investigating tax fraud, resolving tax disputes, and determining tax liability status or exemption of organizations. This activity also provides automation support for processing tax and information returns, issuing refunds and notices, accounting for tax revenue, and assisting taxpayers with their tax obligations. Support Systems.—This activity provides automation support for all IRS administrative programs, including management and financial information, logistics, payroll and personnel, and internal audit and security automation. This activity also provides the support that ensures the efficient functioning of payroll and personnel systems, financial systems, resource inventory systems, and quality assurance efforts. Modernization Schedule.—The performance measures for the requested investment in tax systems modernization will be provided as part of the report requested in the 1996 appropriations act. The Treasury Secretary will provide this report to the Committees on Appropriations of the House and Senate containing, among four specific requests, a milestone schedule for development and implementation of all projects included in the tax systems modernization program. Object Classification (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  Identification code 20–0919–0–1–803  11.1  Direct obligations: Personnel compensation: Full-time permanent .............................................  VerDate Sep 11 2014  13:21 Nov 02, 2016  Jkt 059060  1996 est.  1997 est.  378  392  402  PO 00000  Frm 00035  Fmt 3616  23 24 24 5 ................... ................... 12 11 11 44 58 46 238 336 457  Personnel Summary 1995 actual  Identification code 20–0919–0–1–803  Direct: Total compensable workyears: 1001 Full-time equivalent employment .............................. 1005 Full-time equivalent of overtime and holiday hours Reimbursable: 2001 Total compensable workyears: Full-time equivalent employment ...............................................................  1996 est.  1997 est.  8,636 126  8,529 68  8,529 68  287  113  124  f  PAYMENT WHERE EARNED INCOME CREDIT EXCEEDS LIABILITY TAX  FOR  Program and Financing (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  Identification code 20–0906–0–1–609  1996 est.  1997 est.  10.00  Obligations by program activity: Total obligations (object class 44.0) ............................  15,244  18,138  19,921  22.00 23.95  Budgetary resources available for obligation: New budget authority (gross) ........................................ New obligations .............................................................  15,244 ¥15,244  18,138 ¥18,138  19,921 ¥19,921  60.05  New budget authority (gross), detail: Appropriation (indefinite) ...............................................  15,244  18,138  19,921  73.10 73.20  Change in unpaid obligations: New obligations ............................................................. Total outlays (gross) ......................................................  15,244 ¥15,244  18,138 ¥18,138  19,921 ¥19,921  86.97  Outlays (gross), detail: Outlays from new permanent authority .........................  15,244  18,138  19,921  87.00  Total outlays (gross) .................................................  15,244  18,138  19,921  89.00 90.00  Net budget authority and outlays: Budget authority ............................................................ Outlays ...........................................................................  15,244 15,244  18,138 18,138  19,921 19,921  Summary of Budget Authority and Outlays (in millions of dollars)  Enacted/requested: 1995 actual Budget Authority ..................................................................... 15,244 Outlays .................................................................................... 15,244 Legislative proposal, subject to PAYGO: Budget Authority ..................................................................... .................... Outlays .................................................................................... .................... Total: Budget Authority ..................................................................... Outlays ....................................................................................  15,244 15,244  1996 est.  1997 est.  18,138 18,138  19,921 19,921  –14 –14  –596 –596  18,124 18,124  19,325 19,325  As provided by law, there will be instances wherein the earned income tax credit will exceed the amount of tax liabilSfmt 3616  C:\ERIC\TRE.XXX  TRE  820  INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE—Continued Federal Funds—Continued  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1997  General and special funds—Continued PAYMENT WHERE EARNED INCOME CREDIT EXCEEDS LIABILITY TAX—Continued  FOR  ity owed, resulting in an additional payment to the tax filer. The Earned Income Credit was originally authorized by the Tax Reduction Act of 1975 (Public Law 94–12) and made permanent by the Revenue Adjustment Act of 1978 (Public Law 95–600). The Tax Reform Act of 1986 and the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Acts of 1990 and 1993 have increased the allowance and expanded the eligibility for earned income credit. PAYMENT WHERE EARNED INCOME CREDIT EXCEEDS LIABILITY TAX  FOR  (Legislative proposal, subject to PAYGO)  of 1982 (Public Law 97–248) provides for daily compounding of interest. Under the Tax Reform Act of 1986 (Public Law 99–514), interest paid on Internal Revenue collections will equal the Federal short-term rate plus two percentage points, such rate to be adjusted quarterly. A 7-percent rate will be in effect from April 1, 1996, through June 30, 1996. f  Public enterprise funds: FEDERAL TAX LIEN REVOLVING FUND Program and Financing (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  Identification code 20–4413–0–3–803  1996 est.  1997 est.  Obligations by program activity: Total obligations (object class 32.0) ............................  1  1  Budgetary resources available for obligation: Unobligated balance available, start of year: Uninvested balance ................................................... 22.00 New budget authority (gross) ........................................  8 1  7 8 1 ...................  10.00  1  Program and Financing (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  Identification code 20–0906–4–1–609  1996 est.  1997 est.  Obligations by program activity: 10.00 Total obligations (object class 44.0) ............................ ...................  ¥14  ¥596  22.00 23.95  Budgetary resources available for obligation: New budget authority (gross) ........................................ ................... New obligations ............................................................. ...................  ¥14 14  ¥596 596  60.05  New budget authority (gross), detail: Appropriation (indefinite) ............................................... ...................  ¥14  ¥596  73.10 73.20  Change in unpaid obligations: New obligations ............................................................. ................... Total outlays (gross) ...................................................... ...................  ¥14 14  ¥596 596  86.97  Outlays (gross), detail: Outlays from new permanent authority ......................... ...................  ¥14  ¥596  87.00  Total outlays (gross) ................................................. ...................  ¥14  ¥596  Net budget authority and outlays: 89.00 Budget authority ............................................................ ................... 90.00 Outlays ........................................................................... ...................  ¥14 ¥14  ¥596 ¥596  Legislation will be proposed to better target the EITC, and to make additional compliance improvements. REFUNDING INTERNAL REVENUE COLLECTIONS, INTEREST Program and Financing (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  ejoyner on DSK30MW082PROD with MISCELLANEOUS  Identification code 20–0904–0–1–908  1996 est.  1997 est.  10.00  Obligations by program activity: Total obligations (object class 43.0) ............................  2,655  2,890  2,961  22.00 23.95  Budgetary resources available for obligation: New budget authority (gross) ........................................ New obligations .............................................................  2,655 ¥2,655  2,890 ¥2,890  2,961 ¥2,961  60.05  New budget authority (gross), detail: Appropriation (indefinite) ...............................................  2,655  2,890  2,961  73.10 73.20  Change in unpaid obligations: New obligations ............................................................. Total outlays (gross) ......................................................  2,655 ¥2,655  2,890 ¥2,890  2,961 ¥2,961  86.97  Outlays (gross), detail: Outlays from new permanent authority .........................  2,655  2,890  2,961  87.00  Total outlays (gross) .................................................  2,655  2,890  2,961  89.00 90.00  Net budget authority and outlays: Budget authority ............................................................ Outlays ...........................................................................  2,655 2,655  2,890 2,890  2,961 2,961  Under certain circumstances, as provided in 26 U.S.C. 6611, interest is paid on Internal Revenue collections that must be refunded. The Tax Equity and Fiscal Responsibility Act VerDate Sep 11 2014  13:21 Nov 02, 2016  Jkt 059060  PO 00000  Frm 00036  Fmt 3616  21.40  23.90 23.95 24.40  68.00  Total budgetary resources available for obligation New obligations ............................................................. Unobligated balance available, end of year: Uninvested balance ................................................... New budget authority (gross), detail: Spending authority from offsetting collections (gross): Offsetting collections (cash) .....................................  9 ¥1  8 ¥1  8 ¥1  7  8  7  1  1  1  Change in unpaid obligations: Unpaid obligations, start of year: Obligated balance: U.S. Securities: Unrealized discounts ....................... ................... ¥1 ................... 73.10 New obligations ............................................................. 1 1 1 73.20 Total outlays (gross) ...................................................... ¥1 ¥1 ¥1 74.42 Unpaid obligations, end of year: Obligated balance: U.S. Securities: Unrealized discounts ....................... ¥1 ................... ................... 72.42  86.97  Outlays (gross), detail: Outlays from new permanent authority .........................  1  1  1  87.00  Total outlays (gross) .................................................  1  1  1  Offsets: Against gross budget authority and outlays: 88.40 Offsetting collections (cash) from: Non-Federal sources ..................................................................  ¥1  ¥1  ¥1  89.00 90.00  Net budget authority and outlays: Budget authority ............................................................ ................... ................... ¥1 Outlays ........................................................................... 1 ................... ...................  This revolving fund was established pursuant to section 112(a) of the Federal Tax Lien Act of 1966, to serve as the source of financing the redemption of real property by the United States. During the process of collecting unpaid taxes, the government places a tax lien on real estate in order to protect the government’s interest. Situations arise where property of this nature is collateral for other indebtedness and the tax lien is subordinate to the original indebtedness. In this circumstance, it is often to the government’s interest to purchase the property during the foreclosure sale. The advantage arises when the property is worth substantially more than the first lienholder’s equity but is being sold for an amount that barely covers that equity, thereby leaving no proceeds to apply against delinquent taxes. Under these circumstances, if the Government buys the property and subsequently puts it up for sale under more advantageous conditions, it is possible to realize sufficient profit on the transaction to fully or partially collect the amount of taxes due. The revolving fund is reimbursed from the proceeds of the sale in an amount equal to the amount expended from the fund for the redemption. The balance of the proceeds are applied against the amount of the tax, interest, penalties, and additions thereto, and for the costs of sale. The remainSfmt 3616  C:\ERIC\TRE.XXX  TRE  UNITED STATES SECRET SERVICE Federal Funds  DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY  der, if any, would revert to the parties legally entitled to it. f  ADMINISTRATIVE PROVISIONS—INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE SECTION 1. Not to exceed ø2¿ 5 per centum of any appropriation made available to the Internal Revenue Service for the current fiscal year by this Act may be transferred to any other Internal Revenue Service appropriation upon øthe advance approval of¿ advance notice to the House and Senate Committees on Appropriations: Provided, That notwithstanding any other provision of this Act, the Internal Revenue Service is authorized to transfer such sums as may be necessary between appropriations øwith advance approval of¿ upon advance notice to the House and Senate Appropriations Committees. SEC. 2. The Internal Revenue Service shall maintain a training program to insure that Internal Revenue Service employees are trained in taxpayers’ rights, in dealing courteously with the taxpayers, and in cross-cultural relations. (Treasury Department Appropriations Act, 1996.) f  Federal Funds General and special funds: AND  ejoyner on DSK30MW082PROD with MISCELLANEOUS  Program and Financing (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  Identification code 20–1408–0–1–751  1996 est.  1997 est.  Obligations by program activity: Direct program: 00.01 Protection, investigations, and uniformed activities 00.02 Other security programs ............................................ 00.03 Presidential candidate protective activities .............  472 4 4  489 509 5 ................... 43 7  00.91 01.01  Total direct program ............................................. Reimbursable program ..................................................  480 6  537 4  516 4  10.00  Total obligations ........................................................  486  541  520  PO 00000  Frm 00037  Fmt 3616  13:21 Nov 02, 2016  23.90 23.95 24.40  Jkt 059060  Total budgetary resources available for obligation New obligations ............................................................. Unobligated balance available, end of year: Uninvested balance ...................................................  2 489 491 ¥486  5 ................... 536 520 541 ¥541  520 ¥520  5 ................... ...................  New budget authority (gross), detail: Current: 40.00 Appropriation ............................................................. 40.75 Procurement reduction pursuant to P.L. 103¥[329]  484 532 516 ¥1 ................... ...................  43.00  Appropriation (total) ............................................. Permanent: Spending authority from offsetting collections: Offsetting collections (cash) .....................................  483  532  516  6  4  4  Total new budget authority (gross) ..........................  489  536  520  68.00 70.00  Change in unpaid obligations: Unpaid obligations, start of year: Obligated balance: Appropriation ............................................................. 73.10 New obligations ............................................................. 73.20 Total outlays (gross) ...................................................... 73.40 Adjustments in expired accounts .................................. 74.40 Unpaid obligations, end of year: Obligated balance: Appropriation .............................................................  68 60 72 486 541 520 ¥492 ¥529 ¥521 ¥2 ................... ................... 60  72  71  86.90 86.93 86.97  Outlays (gross), detail: Outlays from new current authority .............................. Outlays from current balances ...................................... Outlays from new permanent authority .........................  433 53 6  479 46 4  464 53 4  87.00  Total outlays (gross) .................................................  492  529  521  Offsets: Against gross budget authority and outlays: 88.00 Offsetting collections (cash) from: Federal sources  ¥6  ¥4  ¥4  Net budget authority and outlays: Budget authority ............................................................ Outlays ...........................................................................  483 486  532 525  516 517  EXPENSES  For necessary expenses of the United States Secret Service, including purchase ø(not to exceed 665 vehicles for police-type use for replacement only)¿ (not to exceed 702 vehicles for police-type use, of which 665 shall be for replacement only), and hire of passenger motor vehicles; hire of aircraft; training and assistance requested by State and local governments, which may be provided without reimbursement; services of expert witnesses at such rates as may be determined by the Director; rental of buildings in the District of Columbia, and fencing, lighting, guard booths, and other facilities on private or other property not in Government ownership or control, as may be necessary to perform protective functions; for payment of per diem and/or subsistence allowances to employees where a protective assignment during the actual day or days of the visit of a protectee require an employee to work 16 hours per day or to remain overnight at his or her post of duty; the conducting of and participating in firearms matches; presentation of awards; and for travel of Secret Service employees on protective missions without regard to the limitations on such expenditures in this or any other Actø: Provided, That approval is obtained in advance from the House and Senate Committees on Appropriations¿; for repairs, alterations, and minor construction at the James J. Rowley Secret Service Training Center; for research and development; for making grants to conduct behavioral research in support of protective research and operations; not to exceed ø$12,500¿ $15,000 for official reception and representation expenses; not to exceed $50,000 to provide technical assistance and equipment to foreign law enforcement organizations in counterfeit investigations; for payment in advance for commercial accommodations as may be necessary to perform protective functions; and for uniforms without regard to the general purchase price limitation for the current fiscal year: Provided, That 3 U.S.C. 203(a) is amended by deleting ‘‘but not to exceed twelve hundred in number’’; ø$531,944,000¿ $516,182,000. (Treasury Department Appropriations Act, 1996.)  VerDate Sep 11 2014  21.40  72.40  UNITED STATES SECRET SERVICE  SALARIES  Budgetary resources available for obligation: Unobligated balance available, start of year: Uninvested balance ................................................... 22.00 New budget authority (gross) ........................................  821  89.00 90.00  The Secret Service is responsible for the security of the President, the Vice President and other dignitaries and designated individuals; for enforcement of laws relating to obligations and securities of the United States and financial crimes such as financial institution fraud and other fraud; and for protection of the White House and other buildings within Washington, DC. Investigations, protection, and uniformed activities.—The Service must provide for the protection of the President of the United States, immediate family members, the Presidentelect, the Vice President, or other officer next in the order of succession to the Office of the President, and the Vice President-elect, and the members of their immediate families unless the members decline such protection; protection of the person of a visiting head and accompanying spouse of a foreign state or foreign government and, at the direction of the President, other distinguished foreign visitors to the United States and official representatives of the United States performing special missions abroad; the protection of former Presidents, their spouses and minor children, unless such protection is declined. The Service is also responsible for investigation of counterfeiting of currency, and securities; forgery and altering of Government checks and bonds; thefts and frauds relating to Treasury electronic funds transfers; financial access device fraud, telecommunications fraud, computer and telemarketing fraud; fraud relative to federally insured financial institutions; and other criminal and noncriminal cases. The Secret Service Uniformed Division protects the Executive Residence and grounds in the District of Columbia; any building in which White House offices are located; the President and members of his immediate family; the official resiSfmt 3616  C:\ERIC\TRE.XXX  TRE  822  UNITED STATES SECRET SERVICE—Continued Federal Funds—Continued  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1997 ‘‘Treasury buildings and Annex repair and restoration,’’ for the Secret Service’s Headquarters Building, shall be transferred to this account.  General and special funds—Continued SALARIES  AND  EXPENSES—Continued  dence and grounds of the Vice-President in the District of Columbia; the Vice President and members of his immediate family; foreign diplomatic missions located in the Washington metropolitan area; the Treasury Building, its Annex and grounds, and such other areas as the President may direct on a case-by-case basis. Presidential candidate protective activities.—The Secret Service is authorized to protect major Presidential and VicePresidential candidates, as determined by the Secretary of the Treasury after consultation with an advisory committee. In addition, the Service is authorized to protect the spouses of major Presidential and Vice-Presidential candidates; however, such protection may not commence more than 120 days prior to the general Presidential election. Performance Indicators 1995 actual  Cases Closed—The total number of cases worked and closed, excluding protective intelligence, protective surveys, and administratively closed cases ................................................ Arrests—The total number of arrests reported by field offices Percent Convicted—The total number of arrested who are convicted by trial or who plead guilty as a percent of the total number of arrest dispositions ....................................... Counterfeit Notes Seized—Value of counterfeit notes seized expressed in dollars ................................................................  1996 est.  38,508 12,289  38,500 12,000  98  75,262,251  60,000,000  Protection is measured in numbers of protectee stops. A stop is generally considered a city visited by a protectee. 1996 actual  Permanent Protection .................................................................. Foreign Dignitaries Protection ..................................................... Candidate/Nominee Protection ....................................................  1996 est.  3,254 830 0  1997 est.  3,800 1,000 1,800  3,700 1,000 600  Object Classification (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  Identification code 20–1408–0–1–751  11.1 11.3 11.5  Direct obligations: Personnel compensation: Full-time permanent ............................................. Other than full-time permanent ........................... Other personnel compensation .............................  1997 est.  195 20 66  210 23 71  222 23 67  281 65 35 2 33  304 68 64 2 35  312 79 38 2 35  24.0 25.2 26.0 31.0 32.0  Total personnel compensation ......................... Civilian personnel benefits ....................................... Travel and transportation of persons ....................... Transportation of things ........................................... Rental payments to GSA ........................................... Communications, utilities, and miscellaneous charges ................................................................. Printing and reproduction ......................................... Other services ............................................................ Supplies and materials ............................................. Equipment ................................................................. Land and structures ..................................................  13 1 28 7 14 1  10 1 28 7 15 3  10 1 23 7 8 1  99.0 99.0 99.5  Subtotal, direct obligations .................................. Reimbursable obligations .............................................. Below reporting threshold ..............................................  480 5 1  537 2 2  516 2 2  99.9  Total obligations ........................................................  486  541  520  11.9 12.1 21.0 22.0 23.1 23.3  1997 est.  Obligations by program activity: Total obligations ............................................................ ................... ...................  29  22.00 23.95  Budgetary resources available for obligation: New budget authority (gross) ........................................ ................... ................... New obligations ............................................................. ................... ...................  29 ¥29  40.00  New budget authority (gross), detail: Appropriation .................................................................. ................... ...................  29  73.10 73.20 73.30 74.40  Change in unpaid obligations: New obligations ............................................................. Total outlays (gross) ...................................................... Obligated balance transferred, net ............................... Unpaid obligations, end of year: Obligated balance: Appropriation .............................................................  ................... ................... ................... ................... ................... ...................  29 ¥3 14  ................... ...................  40  86.90  Outlays (gross), detail: Outlays from new current authority .............................. ................... ...................  3  87.00  Total outlays (gross) ................................................. ................... ...................  3  89.00 90.00  Net budget authority and outlays: Budget authority ............................................................ ................... ................... Outlays ........................................................................... ................... ...................  29 3  A new account has been created in this year’s budget to provide funding for the interior build out of a new United States Secret Service headquarters. Object Classification (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  Identification code 20–1409–0–1–751 1996 est.  1996 est.  10.00  98 70,000,000  1995 actual  Identification code 20–1409–0–1–751  1997 est.  33,500 12,000  98  Program and Financing (in millions of dollars)  1996 est.  1997 est.  25.2 31.0 32.0  Other services ................................................................ ................... ................... Equipment ...................................................................... ................... ................... Land and structures ...................................................... ................... ...................  3 9 17  99.9  Total obligations ........................................................ ................... ...................  29  f  CONTRIBUTION  FOR  ANNUITY BENEFITS  Program and Financing (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  Identification code 20–1407–0–1–751  1996 est.  1997 est.  10.00  Obligations by program activity: Total obligations (object class 12.1) ............................  40  46  46  22.00 23.95  Budgetary resources available for obligation: New budget authority (gross) ........................................ New obligations .............................................................  40 ¥40  46 ¥46  46 ¥46  60.05  New budget authority (gross), detail: Appropriation (indefinite) ...............................................  40  46  46  5 40 ¥42  3 46 ¥46  3 46 ¥46  3  3  3  Change in unpaid obligations: Unpaid obligations, start of year: Obligated balance: Appropriation ............................................................. 73.10 New obligations ............................................................. 73.20 Total outlays (gross) ...................................................... 74.40 Unpaid obligations, end of year: Obligated balance: Appropriation ............................................................. 72.40  ejoyner on DSK30MW082PROD with MISCELLANEOUS  Personnel Summary 1995 actual  Identification code 20–1408–0–1–751  Total compensable workyears: 1001 Full-time equivalent employment .................................. 1005 Full-time equivalent of overtime and holiday hours  1996 est.  4,549 1,195  1997 est.  4,672 1,343  4,951 1,103  f  ACQUISITION, CONSTRUCTION, IMPROVEMENT, EXPENSES  AND  RELATED  For necessary expenses of construction, repair, alteration, and improvement of facilities, $29,165,000, to remain available until expended: Provided, That funds previously provided under the title, VerDate Sep 11 2014  13:21 Nov 02, 2016  Jkt 059060  PO 00000  Frm 00038  Fmt 3616  86.97 86.98  Outlays (gross), detail: Outlays from new permanent authority ......................... Outlays from permanent balances ................................  87.00  Total outlays (gross) .................................................  42  46  46  89.00 90.00  Net budget authority and outlays: Budget authority ............................................................ Outlays ...........................................................................  40 42  46 46  46 46  Sfmt 3616  C:\ERIC\TRE.XXX  TRE  40 46 46 2 ................... ...................  COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY Trust Funds  DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY  823  The District of Columbia is reimbursed for benefit payments made from the revenue of the District of Columbia to or for members of the Secret Service Uniformed Division and such members of the U.S. Secret Service entitled to benefits under the Policemen and Firemen’s Retirement and Disability Act (4 D.C. Code 521).  In addition, the Comptroller considers applications for mergers in which the resulting bank will be a national bank and applications from banks to establish branches. The Comptroller of the Currency also promulgates rules and regulations for the guidance of national banks and bank directors.  f  Statement of Operations (in millions of dollars) 1994 actual  1995 actual  Trust Funds  0101 0102  Revenue ................................................... Expense ....................................................  389 –382  379 –380  372 –371  362 –361  ASSESSMENT FUNDS  0109  Net income or loss (–) ............................  7  –1  1  1  Identification code 20–8413–0–8–373  COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY  1996 est.  1997 est.  Program and Financing (in millions of dollars) Balance Sheet (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  Identification code 20–8413–0–8–373  1996 est.  1997 est. Identification code 20–8413–0–8–373  Obligations by program activity: 10.00 Total obligations ............................................................ Budgetary resources available for obligation: Unobligated balance available, start of year: U.S. Securities: Par value ................................................. 22.00 New budget authority (gross) ........................................  377  370  360  21.91  23.90 23.95 24.91  Total budgetary resources available for obligation New obligations ............................................................. Unobligated balance available, end of year: U.S. Securities: Par value .....................................................  New budget authority (gross), detail: 68.00 Spending authority from offsetting collections (gross): Offsetting collections (cash) ..................................... Change in unpaid obligations: Unpaid obligations, start of year: Obligated balance: U.S. Securities: Par value ......................................... 73.10 New obligations ............................................................. 73.20 Total outlays (gross) ...................................................... 74.91 Unpaid obligations, end of year: Obligated balance: U.S. Securities: Par value .........................................  16 379  19 372  20 362  395 ¥377  391 ¥370  382 ¥360  19  20  20  379  372  362  236 370 ¥381  225 360 ¥371  236  225  214  Outlays (gross), detail: 86.97 Outlays from new permanent authority ......................... 86.98 Outlays from permanent balances ................................  379 9  372 9  362 9  87.00  388  381  371  Offsets: Against gross budget authority and outlays: Offsetting collections (cash) from: 88.00 Federal sources ..................................................... 88.40 Non-Federal sources .............................................  ¥11 ¥368  ¥11 ¥361  ¥11 ¥351  88.90  ¥379  ¥372  ¥362  89.00 90.00  ejoyner on DSK30MW082PROD with MISCELLANEOUS  247 377 ¥388  Total, offsetting collections (cash) ..................  The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency was created for the purpose of establishing and regulating a national banking system. The National Currency Act of 1863 (12 U.S.C. 1 et seq., 12 Stat. 665) provided for the chartering and supervising functions in this connection. The income of the bureau is derived principally from assessments paid by national banks and interest on investments in U.S. Government obligations. The Administrator of National Banks charters new banking institutions only after investigation and due consideration of charter applications. Supervision of existing national banks is aided by the required submission of periodic reports and detailed onsite examinations, which are conducted by a staff of approximately 2,486 national bank examiners. At present, there are approximately 2,898 national banks with total assets of more than $2.3 trillion. 13:21 Nov 02, 2016  Jkt 059060  1995 actual  6  6  6  6  238 2 1  231 1 1  247 1 1  247 1 1  6 2  4 2  4 2  4 2  PO 00000  Frm 00039  Fmt 3616  1996 est.  1997 est.  97  93  97  97  338  358  358  37  35  36  36  4 12 186  8 1 182  8 1 187  8 1 187  Total liabilities .................................... NET POSITION: 3200 Invested capital .......................................  239  226  232  232  113  112  126  126  3999  Total net position ................................  113  112  126  126  4999  Total liabilities and net position ............  352  338  358  358  Total assets ........................................ LIABILITIES: 2101 Federal liabilities: Accounts payable ...... Non-Federal liabilities: 2201 Accounts payable ................................ 2206 Pension and other actuarial liabilities 2207 Other ................................................... 2999  Object Classification (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  Identification code 20–8413–0–8–373  Net budget authority and outlays: Budget authority ............................................................ ................... ................... ................... Outlays ........................................................................... 9 9 9  VerDate Sep 11 2014  1994 actual  352  1999  72.91  Total outlays (gross) .................................................  ASSETS: Federal assets: 1101 Fund balances with Treasury ............. Investments in US securities: 1102 Treasury securities, par .................. 1106 Receivables, net ............................. 1107 Advances and prepayments ........... Non-Federal assets: 1206 Receivables, net .................................. 1207 Advances and prepayments ................ 1803 Other Federal assets: Property, plant and equipment, net ............................  1996 est.  1997 est.  11.1 11.3 11.5 11.8  Personnel compensation: Full-time permanent .................................................. Other than full-time permanent ............................... Other personnel compensation .................................. Special personal services payments .........................  214 211 204 4 ................... ................... 1 1 1 2 1 1  11.9 12.1 21.0 22.0 23.2 23.3 24.0 25.1 26.0 31.0 32.0 99.0 99.5  Total personnel compensation .............................. Civilian personnel benefits ............................................ Travel and transportation of persons ............................ Transportation of things ................................................ Rental payments to others ............................................ Communications, utilities, and miscellaneous charges Printing and reproduction .............................................. Advisory and assistance services .................................. Supplies and materials ................................................. Equipment ...................................................................... Land and structures ...................................................... Subtotal, reimbursable obligations ............................... Below reporting threshold ..............................................  221 56 27 1 26 8 2 15 7 14 ¥3 374 3  213 206 57 55 28 27 1 1 27 28 8 8 2 2 15 15 7 7 14 14 ¥3 ¥3 369 360 1 ...................  99.9  Total obligations ........................................................  377  370  360  Personnel Summary 1995 actual  Identification code 20–8413–0–8–373  Total compensable compensable workyears: 2001 Full-time equivalent employment .................................. 2005 Full-time equivalent of overtime and holiday hours Sfmt 3616  C:\ERIC\TRE.XXX  TRE  3,737 4  1996 est.  3,600 4  1997 est.  3,475 4  824  OFFICE OF VISION Federal Funds  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1997 0109  OFFICE OF VISION  Net income or loss (–) ............................  Federal Funds OF  Identification code 20–4108–0–3–373  THRIFT SUPERVISION  Program and Financing (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  Identification code 20–4108–0–3–373  1996 est.  1997 est.  Obligations by program activity: Total obligations ............................................................  164  145  144  Budgetary resources available for obligation: 21.91 Unobligated balance available, start of year: U.S. Securities: Par value ................................................. 22.00 New budget authority (gross) ........................................  28 192  56 142  53 141  220 ¥164  198 ¥145  194 ¥144  56  53  50  192  142  141  10.00  23.90 23.95 24.91  Total budgetary resources available for obligation New obligations ............................................................. Unobligated balance available, end of year: U.S. Securities: Par value .....................................................  New budget authority (gross), detail: 68.00 Spending authority from offsetting collections (gross): Offsetting collections (cash) .....................................  126  125  120  120  52  54  54  54  178  179  174  174  83  62  67  70  83  62  67  70  43 52  64 53  54 54  51 54  Total assets ........................................ LIABILITIES: 2201 Non-Federal liabilities: Accounts payable 2999  Total liabilities .................................... NET POSITION: 3100 Appropriated capital ................................ 3200 Invested capital ....................................... Total net position ................................  95  117  108  105  Total liabilities and net position ............  178  179  175  175  Object Classification (in millions of dollars)  67 144 ¥141  11.1 11.5 11.8  69  67  70  11.9 12.1  192 1  142 141 5 ...................  87.00  Total outlays (gross) .................................................  193  147  141  Offsets: Against gross budget authority and outlays: Offsetting collections (cash) from: 88.20 Interest on U.S. securities .................................... 88.40 Non-Federal sources .............................................  ¥6 ¥186  ¥5 ¥137  ¥5 ¥136  88.90  ¥192  ¥142  ¥141  1995 actual  Personnel compensation: Full-time permanent .................................................. Other personnel compensation .................................. Special personal services payments .........................  13.0 13.0 21.0 22.0 23.2 23.3 25.2 26.0 31.0 32.0 99.0 99.5  Total personnel compensation .............................. Civilian personnel benefits ............................................ Benefits for former personnel: Benefits for former personnel ................................... Benefits for former personnel ................................... Travel and transportation of persons ............................ Transportation of things ................................................ Rental payments to others ............................................ Communications, utilities, and miscellaneous charges Other services ................................................................ Supplies and materials ................................................. Equipment ...................................................................... Land and structures ...................................................... Subtotal, reimbursable obligations ............................... Below reporting threshold ..............................................  99.9  Total obligations ........................................................  1996 est.  1997 est.  89 2 1  87 1 1  88 1 1  92 24  89 24  90 25  2 1 1 11 ................... ................... 10 9 9 1 1 1 8 6 5 2 2 2 9 10 8 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 ................... 1 163 144 144 1 1 ................... 164  145  144  Personnel Summary 1995 actual  Identification code 20–4108–0–3–373  The Office of Thrift Supervision was created by the Financial Institutions Reform, Recovery, and Enforcement Act of 1989 (12 U.S.C. 1811 note). The Office assumed the regulatory functions of the Federal Home Loan Bank Board dissolved by the same act. The Office charters, regulates and examines Federal thrifts, all of which are insured by the Savings Association Insurance Fund. In addition, the Office cooperates in the examination and supervision of State-chartered thrifts insured by the Savings Association Insurance Fund. The Office sets capital standards for Federal and State thrifts and reviews applications of State-chartered thrifts for conversion to Federal thrifts. It also reviews applications for establishment of branch offices. Income of the bureau is derived principally from assessments on thrifts, examination fees and interest on investments in U.S. Government obligations. At present, the Office oversees more than 1,400 thrifts with more than 11,000 operating branches and total assets of more than $700 billion.  1997 est.  4999  69 145 ¥147  Outlays (gross), detail: Outlays from new permanent authority ......................... Outlays from permanent balances ................................  1996 est.  3999  Net budget authority and outlays: 89.00 Budget authority ............................................................ ................... ................... ................... 90.00 Outlays ........................................................................... 1 5 ...................  ejoyner on DSK30MW082PROD with MISCELLANEOUS  ..................  1995 actual  1999  98 164 ¥193  86.97 86.98  Total, offsetting collections (cash) ..................  –5  1994 actual  ASSETS: Investments in US securities: 1102 Federal assets: Treasury securities, par .................................................. 1803 Other Federal assets: Property, plant and equipment, net ............................  Identification code 20–4108–0–3–373  Change in unpaid obligations: 72.91 Unpaid obligations, start of year: Obligated balance: U.S. Securities: Par value ......................................... 73.10 New obligations ............................................................. 73.20 Total outlays (gross) ...................................................... 74.91 Unpaid obligations, end of year: Obligated balance: U.S. Securities: Par value .........................................  5  Balance Sheet (in millions of dollars)  Public enterprise funds: OFFICE  –13  2001 2005  Total compensable workyears: Full-time equivalent employment .................................. Full-time equivalent of overtime and holiday hours  1996 est.  1,615 4  1,495 4  1997 est.  1,450 4  f  INTEREST ON THE PUBLIC DEBT Federal Funds General and special funds: INTEREST  ON THE  PUBLIC DEBT  Program and Financing (in millions of dollars) 1995 actual  Identification code 20–0550–0–1–901  1996 est.  1997 est.  10.00  Obligations by program activity: Total obligations (object class 43.0) ............................  332,414  344,628  346,118  22.00 23.95  Budgetary resources available for obligation: New budget authority (gross) ........................................ New obligations .............................................................  332,414 ¥332,414  344,628 ¥344,628  346,118 ¥346,118  60.05  New budget authority (gross), detail: Appropriation (indefinite) ...............................................  332,414  344,628  346,118  73.10  Change in unpaid obligations: New obligations .............................................................  332,414  344,628  346,118  Statement of Operations (in millions of dollars) Identification code 20–4108–0–3–373  0101 0102  Revenue ................................................... Expense ....................................................  VerDate Sep 11 2014  13:21 Nov 02, 2016  1994 actual  1995 actual  95 –108  192 –187  145 –150  144 –144  PO 00000  Frm 00040  Fmt 3616  Jkt 059060  1996 est.  1997 est.  Sfmt 3643  C:\ERIC\TRE.XXX  TRE  GENERAL FUND RECEIPT ACCOUNTS Federal Funds—Continued  DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY 73.20  ¥332,414  Total outlays (gross) ......................................................  ¥344,628  ¥346,118  Outlays (gross), detail: 86.97 Outlays from new permanent authority .........................  332,414  344,628  346,118  87.00  Total outlays (gross) .................................................  332,414  344,628  346,118  89.00 90.00  Net budget authority and outlays: Budget authority ............................................................ Outlays ...........................................................................  332,414 332,414  344,628 344,628  346,118 346,118  General Fund Offsetting receipts from the public .....................  GENERAL FUND RECEIPT ACCOUNTS  ¥20 421 47 662,233 ¥17,201 181,633 2,113 247 5 17,067 10 5,796 7,173 4,241 14,308 ¥675 13  Intragovernmental payments: 13–141000 Interest on investment, economic development revolving fund .................................................................... 14–142400 Interest on investment, Colorado River projects ............................................................................... 14–142700 Interest on advances to Colorado River Dam Fund, Boulder Canyon project ............................................ 20–135100 Interest on loans to BPA .................................. 20–135400 Interest on loans for housing for the elderly or handicapped .................................................................. 20–136300 Interest on loans for college housing and academic facilities loans, Education ................................. 20–140100 Interest on loans to Commodity Credit Corporation .............................................................................. 20–140500 Interest on loans to H.U.D., college housing loans, ED. ........................................................................... 20–140900 Interest on loans to agricultural credit insurance fund ........................................................................... 20–141700 Interest on loans to Tennessee Valley Authority ........................................................................................ 20–141800 Interest on loans to Federal Financing Bank 20–142500 Interest on loans to Rural Development Insurance Fund ........................................................................... 20–143000 Interest on loans to Rural housing insurance fund .................................................................................... 20–143300 Interest on loans to National flood insurance fund, FEMA ......................................................................... 20–143900 Interest on loans to Rural Telephone Bank 20–149100 Interest on net investments, Panama Canal Commission ........................................................................ 20–149500 Interest payments on repayable advances to the Black Lung Disability Trust Fund ................................ 20–149700 Payment of interest on advances to the Railroad Retirement Board ....................................................... 20–149820 Interest payments on normalized transfer from FDI .............................................................................. 20–241600 Charges for administrative expenses of Social Security Act as amended ................................................... 20–320000 Receivables from cancelled accounts, Treasury ....................................................................................... 20–330500 Transfer of excess receipts to the general fund, trust fund payments ................................................. 20–330600 Transfer of excess receipts to the general fund, Federal fund payments: Legislative proposal, subject to PAYGO ..................................................................... 20–388500 Undistributed intragovernmental payments, Treasury .............................................................................. 72–138000 Interest on loans to A.I.D. Housing Guaranty Program .............................................................................. 73–142800 Interest on advances to Small Business Administration ........................................................................ 91–142200 Interest on loans, Higher Education Facilities Loan Fund ...........................................................................  908,885  General Fund Intragovernmental payments ................................  1995 actual  Governmental receipts: 20–015800 Transportation fuels tax ................................... 20–065000 Deposit of earnings, Federal Reserve System Legislative proposal, subject to PAYGO ............................. 20–085000 Registration, filing, and transaction fees ....... 20–086900 Fees for legal and judicial services, not otherwise classified ................................................................. 20–089100 Miscellaneous fees for regulatory and judicial services, not otherwise classified ...................................... 20–101000 Fines, penalties, and forfeitures, agricultural laws .................................................................................... 20–103000 Fines, penalties and forfeitures, immigration and labor laws ................................................................... 20–104000 Fines, penalties, and forfeitures, customs, commerce, and antitrust laws ........................................... 20–105000 Fines, penalties, and forfeitures, narcotic prohibition and alcohol laws .................................................. 20–106000 Forfeitures of unclaimed money and property 20–108000 Fines, penalties, and forfeitures, Federal coalmine health and safety laws ...................................... 20–109900 Fines, penalties and forfeitures, not otherwise classified ............................................................................ 20–112500 Recoveries under military occupation .............. 20–129900 Gifts to the United States, not otherwise classified ............................................................................ 20–241100 User fees for IRS, Treasury .............................. 20–309200 Recovery from Highway Trust Fund for refunds of taxes .................................................................... 20–309400 Recovery from Airport and Airway Trust Fund for refunds of taxes ........................................................... 20–309500 Recovery from Leaking underground storage tank trust fund for refunds of taxes, EPA ......................... 20–309990 Refunds of moneys erroneously received and recovered (20X1807) .......................................................... 95–085015 Registration, filing, and transaction fees, SEC Legislative proposal, subject to PAYGO ............................. 99–011050 Individual income taxes ................................... Legislative proposal, subject to PAYGO ............................. 99–011100 Corporation income and excess profits taxes Legislative proposal, subject to PAYGO ............................. 99–015250 Other Federal fund excise taxes ...................... Legislative proposal, subject to PAYGO ............................. 99–015300 Estate and gift taxes ....................................... Legislative proposal, subject to PAYGO ............................. 99–015500 Tobacco excise tax ........................................... 99–015600 Alcohol excise tax ............................................. 99–015700 Telephone excise tax ........................................ 99–031050 Other Federal fund customs duties ................. Legislative proposal, subject to PAYGO ............................. 99–089400 Ozone depleting chemicals tax ........................ General Fund Governmental receipts ..........................................  ejoyner on DSK30MW082PROD with MISCELLANEOUS  20–286800 Dollar conversion of foreign currency loan repayments, Treasury ............................................................ 16 16 20–296100 Repayment of loans to United Kingdom .......... 104 106 20–322000 All other general fund proprietary receipts, Treasury .............................................................................. 913 1,000 Legislative proposal, not subject to PAYGO ...................... ................... ................... 20–387500 Budget clearing account (suspense) ............... 3 ¥200 97–263700 Proceeds from sale to the public of stockpile materials, deficit reduction: Legislative proposal, subject to PAYGO ............................................................................ ................... 21  f  (In millions of dollars) 1996 est.  1997 est.  8,491 6,920 7,162 23,378 23,752 22,580 ................... ................... 92 6 ................... ................... 48  48  48  7  7  7  2  2  2  81  80  80  75  75  75  4 10  4 10  4 10  20  20  20  460 ...................  460 7  460 7  1 84  1 96  1 105  917  808  821  37  111 ...................  ...................  1 ...................  ¥11 ¥20 405 401 ................... ................... 590,175 632,088 ................... ¥1,285 156,392 166,613 ................... 136 ¥432 238 ................... ¥382 14,763 15,924 ................... ................... 5,878 5,872 7,216 7,189 3,794 4,010 12,220 12,837 ................... ¥706 616 205 824,637  875,522  Offsetting receipts from the public: 20–143500 General fund proprietary interest receipts,not otherwise classified,Treasury ............................................. 141 141 141 20–144100 Interest on loans to the District of Columbia 5 3 3 20–145000 Interest payments from States, Cash management improvement ........................................................ ................... 67 87 20–146100 Interest on loans to United Kingdom .............. 29 27 25 20–146310 Interest on quota in International Monetary Fund .................................................................................... 408 408 408 20–148400 Interest on deposits in tax and loan accounts 946 933 1,078 20–149900 Net interest received from direct loan financing accounts ....................................................................... 2,726 1,754 2,844 20–229200 Recovery of mint manufacturing expense ....... 55 ................... ................... 20–261300 Proceeds from the sale of United States Enrichment Corporation: Legislative proposal, subject to PAYGO ................................................................................. ................... 1,800 ................... VerDate Sep 11 2014  13:21 Nov 02, 2016  Jkt 059060  PO 00000  Frm 00041  Fmt 3616  825 16 108 1,000 7 ¥200  79  5,346  6,076  5,596  5  4  4  84  51  61  4 366  13 355  13 423  612  498  435  11  13  14  323  361  194  10  11  11  126 ................... ................... 9 7,422  6 6,116  6 4,702  143  154  139  2  1 ...................  ................... 38  25 30  33 25  4  5  5  419  444  465  227  248  217  ...................  18 ...................  330  308  311  317 ................... ................... ...................  17 ...................  ...................  37 ...................  ¥156 ................... ................... 11  11  11  77  188  168  3  3  3  10,387  8,917  7,240  f  OTHER CONSOLIDATED RECEIPT ACCOUNTS (In millions of dollars) 1995 actual  20–977910 Employing agency contributions, miscellaneous trust funds, government-wide ................................. 20–977920 Interest, miscellaneous trust funds, government-wide ...........................................................................  Sfmt 3616  C:\ERIC\TRE.XXX  TRE  1996 est.  1997 est.  1  1  1  1  1  1  826  GENERAL PROVISIONS—DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY Federal Funds—Continued  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1997  GENERAL PROVISIONS—DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY SECTION 101. Any obligation or expenditure by the Secretary in connection with law enforcement activities of a Federal agency or a Department of the Treasury law enforcement organization in accordance with 31 U.S.C. 9703(g)(4)(B) from unobligated balances remaining in the Fund on September 30, 1996, shall be made in compliance with the reprogramming guidelines contained in the House and Senate reports accompanying this Act. SEC. 102. Appropriations to the Treasury Department in this Act shall be available for uniforms or allowances therefor, as authorized by law (5 U.S.C. 5901), including maintenance, repairs, and cleaning; purchase of insurance for official motor vehicles operated in foreign countries; purchase of motor vehicles without regard to the general purchase price limitations for vehicles purchased and used overseas for the current fiscal year; entering into contracts with the Department of State for the furnishing of health and medical services to employees and their dependents serving in foreign countries; and services authorized by 5 U.S.C. 3109. øSEC. 104. None of the funds appropriated by this title shall be used in connection with the collection of any underpayment of any tax imposed by the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 unless the conduct of officers and employees of the Internal Revenue Service in connection with such collection, including any private sector employees under contract to the Internal Revenue Service, compiles with subsection (a) of section 805 (relating to communications in connection with debt collection), and section 806 (relating to harassment or abuse), of the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (15 U.S.C. 1692).¿ øSEC. 105. The Internal Revenue Service shall institute policies and procedures which will safeguard the confidentiality of taxpayer information.¿ øSEC. 106. The funds provided to the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms for fiscal year 1996 in this Act for the enforcement of the Federal Alcohol Administration Act shall be expended in a manner so as not to diminish enforcement efforts with respect to section 105 of the Federal Alcohol Administration Act.¿ SEC. ø107¿ 103. The Secretary of the Treasury is authorized in fiscal year ø1996¿ 1997 and hereafter, to use Treasury Department aircraft, with or without reimbursement, to assist bureaus within the Department of the Treasury or other Federal agencies, Departments or offices outside of the Department of the Treasury to provide emergency law enforcement support to protect human life, property, public health, or safety. SEC. 104. Not to exceed 2 percent of any appropriations in this Act made available to the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center, Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, U.S. Customs Service, and U.S. Secret Service may be transferred between such appropriations. No transfer may increase or decrease any such appropriation by more than 2 percent and notice of any such transfer shall be transmitted in advance to the Committees on Appropriations of the House and Senate. SEC. 105. Not to exceed 2 percent of any appropriations in this Act made available to the Department Offices, Office of Inspector General, Financial Management Service, and Bureau of the Public Debt, may be transferred between such appropriations. No transfer may increase or decrease any such appropriation by more than 2 percent and notice of any such transfer shall be transmitted in advance to the Committees on Appropriations of the House and Senate. (Treasury Department Appropriations Act, 1996.) f  ejoyner on DSK30MW082PROD with MISCELLANEOUS  TITLE V—GENERAL PROVISIONS THIS ACT SEC. 501. No part of any appropriation contained in this Act shall remain available for obligation beyond the current fiscal year unless expressly so provided herein. SEC. 502. The expenditure of any appropriation under this Act for any consulting service through procurement contract, pursuant to 5 U.S.C. 3109, shall be limited to those contracts where such expenditures are a matter of public record and available for public inspection, except where otherwise provided under existing law, or under existing Executive order issued pursuant to existing law. SEC. 503. None of the funds made available to the General Services Administration pursuant to section 210(f) of the Federal Property and Administrative Services Act of 1949 shall be obligated or exVerDate Sep 11 2014  13:21 Nov 02, 2016  Jkt 059060  PO 00000  Frm 00042  Fmt 3616  pended after the date of enactment of this Act for the procurement by contract of any guard, elevator operator, messenger or custodial services if any permanent veterans preference employee of the General Services Administration at said date, would be terminated as a result of the procurement of such services, except that such funds may be obligated or expended for the procurement by contract of the covered services with sheltered workshops employing the severely handicapped under Public Law 92–28. Only if such workshops decline to contract for the provision of the covered services may the General Services Administration procure the services by competitive contract, for a period not to exceed 5 years. At such time as such competitive contract expires or is terminated for any reason, the General Services Administration shall again offer to contract for the services from a sheltered workshop prior to offering such services for competitive procurement. SEC. 504. None of the funds made available by this Act shall be available for any activity or for paying the salary of any Government employee where funding an activity or paying a salary to a Government employee would result in a decision, determination, rule, regulation, or policy that would prohibit the enforcement of section 307 of the Tariff Act of 1930. SEC. 505. None of the funds made available by this Act shall be available for the purpose of transferring control over the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center located at Glynco, Georgia, and Artesia, New Mexico, out of the Treasury Department. SEC. 506. No part of any appropriation contained in this Act shall be used for publicity or propaganda purposes within the United States not heretofore authorized by the Congress. øSEC. 507. No part of any appropriation contained in this Act shall be available for the payment of the salary of any officer or employee of the United States Postal Service, who— (1) prohibits or prevents, or attempts or threatens to prohibit or prevent, any officer or employee of the United States Postal Service from having any direct oral or written communication or contact with any Member or committee of Congress in connection with any matter pertaining to the employment of such officer or employee or pertaining to the United States Postal Service in any way, irrespective of whether such communication or contact is at the initiative of such officer or employee or in response to the request or inquiry of such Member or committee; or (2) removes, suspends from duty without pay, demotes, reduces in rank, seniority, status, pay, or performance of efficiency rating, denies promotion to, relocates, reassigns, transfers, disciplines, or discriminates in regard to any employment right, entitlement, or benefit, or any term or condition of employment of, any officer or employee of the United States Postal Service, or attempts or threatens to commit any of the foregoing actions with respect to such officer or employee, by reason of any communication or contact of such officer or employee with any Member or committee of Congress as described in paragraph (1) of this subsection.¿ SEC. ø508¿ 507. The Office of Personnel Management may, during the fiscal year ending September 30, ø1996¿, 1997 accept donations of supplies, services, land and equipment for the Federal Executive Institute and Management Development Centers to assist in enhancing the quality of Federal management. SEC. ø509¿ 508. The United States Secret Service may, during the fiscal year ending September 30, ø1996¿ 1997, accept donations of money to off-set costs incurred while protecting former Presidents and spouses of former Presidents when the former President or spouse travels for the purpose of making an appearance or speech for a payment of money or any thing of value. SEC. ø512¿ 509. Notwithstanding any provision of this or any other Act, during the fiscal year ending September 30, ø1996¿ 1997, and thereafter, no funds may be obligated or expended in any way to withdraw the designation of the Virginia Inland Port at Front Royal, Virginia, as a United States Customs Service port of entry. SEC. ø513¿ 510. No part of any appropriation contained in this Act shall be available to pay the salary for any person filling a position, other than a temporary position, formerly held by an employee who has left to enter the Armed Forces of the United States and has satisfactorily completed his period of active military or naval service and has within ninety days after his release from such service or from hospitalization continuing after discharge for a period of not more than one year made application for restoration to his former position and has been certified by the Office of Personnel Management as still qualified to perform the duties of his former position and has not been restored thereto. Sfmt 3616  C:\ERIC\TRE.XXX  TRE  TITLE V—GENERAL PROVISIONS—Continued Federal Funds—Continued  ejoyner on DSK30MW082PROD with MISCELLANEOUS  DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY SEC. ø514¿ 511. None of the funds made available in this Act may be used to provide any non-public information such as mailing or telephone lists to any person or any organization outside of the Federal Government without øthe approval of¿ transmitting advanced notice to the House and Senate Committees on Appropriations. SEC. ø515¿ 512. COMPLIANCE WITH BUY AMERICAN ACT.—No funds appropriated pursuant to this Act may be expended by an entity unless the entity agrees that in expending the assistance the entity will comply with sections 2 through 4 of the Act of March 3, 1933 (41 U.S.C. 10a–10c, popularly known as the ‘‘Buy American Act’’). SEC. ø516¿ 513. SENSE OF CONGRESS; REQUIREMENT REGARDING NOTICE.—(a) PURCHASE OF AMERICAN-MADE EQUIPMENT AND PRODUCTS.—In the case of any equipment or products that may be authorized to be purchased with financial assistance provided under this Act, it is the sense of the Congress that entities receiving such assistance should, in expending the assistance, purchase only Americanmade equipment and products. (b) NOTICE TO RECIPIENTS OF ASSISTANCE.—In providing financial assistance under this Act, the Secretary of the Treasury shall provide to each recipient of the assistance a notice describing the statement made in subsection (a) by the Congress. SEC. ø517¿ 514. PROHIBITION OF CONTRACTS.—If it has been finally determined by a court or Federal agency that any person intentionally affixed a label bearing a ‘‘Made in America’’ inscription, or any inscription with the same meaning, to any product sold in or shipped to the United States that is not made in the United States, such person shall be ineligible to receive any contract or subcontract made with funds provided pursuant to this Act, pursuant to the debarment, suspension, and ineligibility procedures described in section 9.400 through 9.409 of title 48, Code of Federal Regulations. SEC. ø518¿ 515. Except as otherwise specifically provided by law, not to exceed 50 percent of unobligated balances remaining available at the end of fiscal year ø1996¿ 1997 from appropriations made available for salaries and expenses for fiscal year ø1996¿ 1997 in this Act, shall remain available through September 30, ø1997¿ 1998 for each such account for the purposes authorized: Provided, That øa request¿ notice shall be submitted to the House and Senate Committees on Appropriations øfor approval¿ prior to the expenditure of such funds. øSEC. 519. Where appropriations in this Act are expendable for travel expenses of employees and no specific limitation has been placed thereon, the expenditures for such travel expenses may not exceed the amount set forth øtherefore¿ therefor in the budget estimates submitted for appropriations without the advance approval of transmitting advanced notice to the House and Senate Committees on Appropriations: Provided further, That this section shall not apply to travel performed by uncompensated officials of local boards and appeal boards in the Selective Service System; to travel performed directly in connection with care and treatment of medical beneficiaries of the Department of Veterans Affairs; to travel of the Office of Personnel Management in carrying out its observation responsibilities of the Voting Rights Act; or to payments to interagency motor pools separately set forth in the budget schedules.¿ SEC. ø520¿ 516. Notwithstanding any other provision of law or regulation: (1) The authority of the special police officers of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, in the Washington, DC Metropolitan area, extends to buildings and land under the custody and control of the Bureau; to buildings and land acquired by or for the Bureau through lease, unless otherwise provided by the acquisition agency; to the streets, sidewalks and open areas immediately adjacent to the Bureau along Wallenberg Place (15th Street) and 14th Street between Independence and Maine Avenues and C and D Streets between 12th and 14th Streets; to areas which include surrounding parking facilities used by Bureau employees, including the lots at 12th and C Streets, SW., Maine Avenue and Water Streets, SW., Maiden Lane, the Tidal Basin and East Potomac Park; to the protection in transit of United States securities, plates and dies used in the production of United States securities, or other products or implements of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing which the Director of that agency so designates; (2) The authority of the special police officers of the United States Mint extends to the buildings and land under the custody and control of the Mint, to the streets, sidewalks and open areas in the vicinity to such facilities; to surrounding parking facilities used by Mint employees; and to the protection in transit of bullion, coins, dies and other property and assets of, or in the custody of the Mint; (3) The exercise of police authority by Bureau or Mint officers, with the exception of the exercise of authority upon property under the custody and control of the Bureau or the Mint, VerDate Sep 11 2014  13:21 Nov 02, 2016  Jkt 059060  PO 00000  Frm 00043  Fmt 3616  827  respectively, shall be deemed supplementary to the Federal police force with primary jurisdictional responsibility. This authority shall be in addition to any other law enforcement authority which has been provided to these officers under other provisions of law or regulations. øSEC. 521. Section 5378 of title 5, United States Code, is amended by adding: ‘‘(8) Chief—not more than the maximum rate payable for GS–14.’’.¿ øSEC. 522. Subchapter III of chapter 51 of subtitle IV of title 31, United States Code, is amended by adding at the end thereof the following new section: ‘‘SEC. 5136. UNITED STATES MINT PUBLIC ENTERPRISE FUND.’’. There shall be established in the Treasury of the United States, a United States Mint Public Enterprise Fund (the ‘‘Fund’’) for fiscal year 1996 and hereafter: Provided, That all receipts from Mint operations and programs, including the production and sale of numismatic items, the production and sale of circulating coinage, the protection of Government assets, and gifts and bequests of property, real or personal shall be deposited into the Fund and shall be available without fiscal year limitations: Provided further, That all expenses incurred by the Secretary of the Treasury for operations and programs of the United States Mint that the Secretary of the Treasury determines, in the Secretary’s sole discretion, to be ordinary and reasonable incidents of Mint operations and programs, and any expense incurred pursuant to any obligation or other commitment of Mint operations and programs that was entered into before the establishment of the Fund, shall be paid out of the Fund: Provided further, That not to exceed 6.2415 percent of the nominal value of the coins minted, shall be paid out of the Fund for the circulating coin operations and programs in fiscal year 1996 for those operations and programs previously provided for by appropriation: Provided further, That the Secretary of the Treasury may borrow such funds from the General Fund as may be necessary to meet existing liabilities and obligations incurred prior to the receipt of revenues into the Fund: Provided further, That the General Fund shall be reimbursed for such funds by the Fund within one year of the date of the loan: Provided further, That the Fund may retain receipts from the Federal Reserve System from the sale of circulating coins at face value for deposit into the Fund (retention of receipts is for the circulating operations and programs): Provided further, That the Secretary of the Treasury shall transfer to the Fund all assets and liabilities of the Mint operations and programs, including all Numismatic Public Enterprise Fund assets and liabilities, all receivables, unpaid obligations and unobligated balances from the Mint’s appropriation, the Coinage Profit Fund, and the Coinage Metal Fund, and the land and buildings of the Philadelphia Mint, Denver Mint, and the Fort Knox Bullion Depository: Provided further, That the Numismatic Public Enterprise Fund, the Coinage Profit Fund and the Coinage Metal Fund shall cease to exist as separate funds as their activites and functions are subsumed under and subject to the Fund, and the requirements of 31 USC 5134(c)(4), (c)(5)(B), and (d) and (e) of the Numismatic Public Enterprise Fund shall apply to the Fund: Provided further, That at such times as the Secretary of the Treasury determines appropriate, but not less than annually, any amount in the Fund that is determined to be in excess of the amount required by the Fund shall be transferred to the Treasury for deposit as miscellaneous receipts: Provided further, That the term ‘‘Mint operations and programs’’ means (1) the activities concerning, and assets utilized in, the production, administration, distribution, marketing, purchase, sale, and management of coinage, numismatic items, the protection and safeguarding of Mint assets and those non-Mint assets in the custody of the Mint, and the Fund; and (2) includes capital, personnel salaries and compensation, functions relating to operations, marketing, distribution, promotion, advertising, official reception and representation, the acquisition or replacement of equipment, the renovation or modernization of facilities, and the construction or acquisition of new buildings: Provided further, That the term ‘‘numismatic item’’ includes any medal, proof coin, uncirculated coin, bullion coin, numismatic collectible, other monetary issuances and products and accessories related to any such medal or coin: Provided further, That provisions of law governing procurement or public contracts shall not be applicable to the procurement of goods or services necessary for carrying out Mint programs and operations.¿ øSEC. 523. Section 531 of Public Law 103–329, is amended by inserting, ‘‘of the first section’’, after ‘‘adding at the end’’.¿ øSEC. 524. No funds appropriated by this Act shall be available to pay for an abortion, or the administrative expenses in connection with any health plan under the Federal employees health benefit program which provides any benefits or coverage for abortions, after Sfmt 3616  C:\ERIC\TRE.XXX  TRE  828  TITLE V—GENERAL PROVISIONS—Continued Federal Funds—Continued  THE BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 1997  THIS ACT—Continued  ejoyner on DSK30MW082PROD with MISCELLANEOUS  the last day of the contract currently in force for any such negotiated plan.¿ øSEC. 525. The provision of section 524 shall not apply where the life of the mother would be endangered if the fetus were carried to term, or that the pregnancy is the result of an act of rape or incest.¿ øSEC. 526. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Administrator of General Services shall delegate the authority to procure automatic data processing equipment for the Tax Systems Modernization Program to the Secretary of the Treasury: Provided, That the Director of the Office of Management and Budget shall have the authority to revoke such delegation upon the written recommendation of the Administrator that the Secretary’s actions under such delegation are inconsistent with the goals of economic and efficient procurement and utilization of automatic data processing equipment: Provided further, That for all other purposes, a procurement conducted under such delegation shall be treated as if made under a delegation by the Administrator pursuant to 40 U.S.C. 759.¿ SEC. ø527¿ 517. RELIEF OF CERTAIN PERIODICAL PUBLICATIONS.— For mail classification purposes under section 3626 of title 39, United States Code, and any regulations of the United States Postal Service for the administration of that section, a weekly second-class periodical publication which— (i) is eligible to publish legal notices under any applicable laws of the State where it is published; (ii) is eligible to be mailed at the rates for mail under former subsection 4358 (a), (b), and (c) of title 39, United States Code, as limited by current subsection 3626(g) of that title; and (iii) the pages of which were customarily secured by 2 staples before March 19, 1989;  VerDate Sep 11 2014  13:21 Nov 02, 2016  Jkt 059060  PO 00000  Frm 00044  Fmt 3616  shall not be considered to be a bound publication solely because its pages continue to be secured by 2 staples after that date. øSEC. 528. (a) Prior to February 15, 1996, none of the funds appropriated by this Act may, with respect to an individual employed by the Bureau of the Public Debt in the Washington metropolitan region on April 10, 1991, be used to separate, reduce the grade or pay of, or carry out any other adverse personnel action against such individual for declining to accept a directed reassignment to a position outside such region, pursuant to a transfer of any such Bureau’s operations or functions to Parkersburg, West Virginia. (b) Subsection (a) shall not apply with respect to any individual who, prior to February 15, 1996, declines an offer of another position in the Department of the Treasury which is of at least equal pay and which is within the Washington metropolitan region.¿ øSEC. 529. Section 4 of the Presidential Protection Assistance Act of 1976, Public Law 94–524, is amended by striking ‘‘$75,000’’ and inserting in lieu thereof ‘‘$200,000’’.¿ øSEC. 530. No part of any appropriation made available in this Act shall be used to implement Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms Ruling TD ATF–360; Re: Notice Nos. 782, 780, 91F009P.¿ øSEC. 531. Section 5542 of title 5, United States Code, is amended by adding the following new subsection at the end: ‘‘(e) Notwithstanding subsection (d)(1) of this section, all hours of overtime work scheduled in advance of the administrative workweek shall be compensated under subsection (a) if that work involves duties as authorized by section 3056(a) of title 18, United States Code, and if the investigator performs, on that same day, at least 2 hours of overtime work not scheduled in advance of the administrative workweek.’’¿ (Treasury, Postal Service and General Government Appropriations Act, 1996.)  Sfmt 3616  C:\ERIC\TRE.XXX  TRE
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