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The Office of the Secretary provides policy development, oversight and coordination for the overall planning and direction of the Department.  The total FY 2010 request is $307 million.

 
 

Office of the Secretary Budget

(Dollars In Millions)

 

 2008
Enacted

2009
Enacted
Omnibus

2009
Enacted
Total

 2010
Budget

Salaries and Expenses

  92

  98

  98

103

Transportation Planning, R&D

  14

  18

  18

  10

Civil Rights, MBO and MBRC

  13

  13

  13

  14

Supplemental Discretionary Grants for National Surface Transportation System

0

  0

  1,500

0

EAS/ Payments to Air Carriers -(discretionary)

  60

  73

73

125

EAS/ Payments to Air Carriers – (mandatory - overflight fees/offsetting collections and borrowing)

  57

  27*

27*

  50

Financial Management Capital

0

  5

  5

5

TOTAL

235

235

 1,735

307

*An additional $23 million of overflight fees were transferred by FAA as an unobligated balance at the start of FY 2009 for a total of $50 million of mandatory funding available during FY 2009.

 
 

Summary of OST FY 2010 Increases and Decreases
(Dollars In Millions)

 

 

Salaries
&
Expenses

 

Trans.,
Planning R&D

 

Civil
 Rights, MBO &
MBRC

 

EAS
Mandatory & Discretionary

 

Financial
Management
Capital

 

 

Total

FY 2009 Base
(Omnibus)

  98

18

13

 123*

5

 257*

Pay Inflation Adjustments

  1

  0

  0

0

0

1

Non-Pay Inflation Adjustments

  1

  0

  0

0

0

1

Annualization of FY 2009 Initiatives

  0

  0

  0

0

0

0

Non-recurring Costs or Savings

  0

  0

  0

0

0

0

Base Re-engineering, Reductions or Adjustments

  2

 -8

  0

0

0

  -6

FY 2010 Current Services Levels**

102

10

14

123

5

253

Program Initiatives

  1

  0

  0

  52

0

  53

FY 2010 Budget

103

10

14

175

5

307

 * Includes $23 million of overflight fees that were transferred by FAA as an unobligated balance at the start of FY 2009 for a total of $50 million of mandatory funding available during FY 2009.
** Totals may not add due to rounding. 

 
 

FY 2010 Budget

Salaries and Expenses:  $103.2 million is requested for FY 2010, including funding to strengthen the management of the Department's information technology portfolio and increase the security of the information and technical infrastructure against cyber threats; continue increased enforcement activities to better protect air travelers; and respond to new requirements in the areas of intelligence policy and security.

Transportation Planning, Research and Development:  $10.2 million is requested for FY 2010 to fund analyses of:  costs/benefits of transportation infrastructure investments; congestion pricing; safe mobility; and passenger demand for air travel.

Office of Civil Rights:  $9.7 million is requested to support and advance internal and external civil rights initiatives, administer Federal civil rights statutes, investigate Equal Employment Opportunity complaints, support the Disability Resource Center, implement the Shared Neutrals Alternative Dispute Resolution Program, and oversee and ensure compliance of environmental justice programs throughout the Department.

Minority Business Programs:  $4.0 million is requested for minority business programs.  This includes $0.6 million in administrative expenses and $0.3 million in subsidy that will support an $18 million short-term loan guarantee program to assist small, disadvantaged and women-owned transportation-related business.  $3.1 million will fund the Minority Business Outreach program, which includes a clearinghouse for national dissemination of information on transportation-related projects.

Essential Air Service (EAS) Program:  $175 million is proposed for the EAS Program, including $50 million of mandatory funding from overflight fees collected by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and $125 million of discretionary Payments to Air Carriers funding.  The EAS Program provides payments to air carriers serving small community airports and associated administrative costs.  Reforms to improve program and cost effectiveness will be proposed.

Financial Management Capital (FMC):  $5 million is requested for a multi-year business transformation project to streamline and standardize the financial systems and business processes across the Department of Transportation.  This effort includes upgrading and enhancing the commercial software used for the Department’s financial systems, improving the cost and performance data provided to managers, implementing a budget line of business, and instituting new accounting standards and mandates.  During 2010, the business transformation effort will focus on project planning and business process re-engineering.

 
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