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24 The FY2012 VISUAL BUDGETD THE BIG PICTURE AN OVERVIEW CUTS & CONSOLIDATIONS: • Suspond the codromely costly year-round Pol Grant and oliminate the poorty targeted in-school intorest subsidy for loans to graduato • Reduce funding for the Community Devalopment Block Grant and aut the Community Sorvices Block Grant program (CSBG) in half. • Roduce the Low Income Home Enorgy Aasistanco Program • Teminate the Marine Corps' Expedtionary Fighting Vehicke, the altemate engine for the Jont Strike Fighter, and the Surface Launchod Advanced Modium Range Air-to-Air Missiko program. • Elminate tax breaks for ol, gas, and coal companies, closing loopholos to raiso noarly $46 bilion over the noxt decado. • Reduce funding for the Sorior Community Service Employment Program and move its tunction to the Administration on Aging • Beduce the Department of Agriculture's single tamily housing drect loan program and focus efforts on the more effective single family housing loan guarantoo program. • Qut funding for the Teacher Quality Block Grant and the Caroor and Technical Education (CTE) program • Elminate dscretionary Department of Education programs and consolidate K-12 programs into new programs that emphasize compotition, give communitios more choices, and use rigorous evidence to fund what works. • Reduce funding for the Environmantal Protoction Agency's water intrastructure State Revoling Funds. • Roduce grants to airports and givo largo airports more foxiblity to generate revenue on their own. • Consolidate soveral Contors for Dsoano Control pubic hoalh grant programs, seeking to improve overal health outcomes and strongthoning accountability. $1,242.7 Billion $1,257.6 Billion - $396.8 Billion - $401.6 Billion - $719.4 Billion - $682.8 Billion - 5% -1% $4.8 Billion -1% $36.7 Billion $14.9 BIlion 2010 2012 2010 2012 Request 2010 2012 Actual Request Actual Actual Request. ТОTAL SECURITY AGENCIES NON-SECURITY AGENICIES SECURITY AGENCIES FUNDING BY AGENCY DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE: I. Ĉ $553.0 Billion - Percentage of Entire Budget $530.1 Billion - 56% 4% $22.9 Billion 2010 Actual 2012 Request Over the past decade, the Department of Defense (DOD) has seen an average increase to its base budget of 7.4 percent a year. DOD is pursuing strategies to approach zero real growth in defense spending, and saving $78 billion in its base budget (including $13 billion in 2012) relative to 2011's request for the next five years. DOD OVERSEAS CONTINGENCY OPERATIONS BUDGET: -28% $4.7 BIlon 2010 Actual $162.3 Billion 2012 Request $117.6 Billion Reflecting the winding down of miitary operations in Iraq, the Overseas Contingency Operations (OCO) budget for DOD in 2012 will be about 26 percent lower than levels in the President's 2011 request. As a result, the overall defense budget, including OCO, will be down by 5.2 percent from last year's request. NON-DOD BASE FUNDING BY AGENCY: VETERANS AFFAIRS $53.1 Billion 2010 11% Actual $5.7 BIllion - $58.8 Billion 2012 Request The President's budget will enhance VA's ability to achieve: • Specialized care for post-traumatic stress, traumatic brain injury, and other mental health needs. • High-quality medical care to >9.6 million service members, retirees, and their families. • Better assistance to wounded warrior transition units and centers of excellence. • Movement toward the goal of ending veteran homelessness by 2015. • Implementation of a new paperless claims processing system. STATE DEPARTMENT & OTHER INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS - $49.8 Billion 2010 6% Actual $2.9 Billion $52.7 Billion 2012 Request The State Department budget refilects a program-by-program review that identified reductions and focused resources on high priority areas: · Entire bilateral programs in six countries have been eliminated. • Assistance for Europe, Eurasia and Central Asia account has been reduced in order to focus funding on regions with the greatest assistance needs. • African Development and Inter- American Foundations have been cut and directed to reduce their overhead and seek partnerships. • Use of information technology to achieve efficiencies, such as eliminating duplication of data center services and infrastructure to control energy use and facility costs HOMELAND SECURITY - $39.8 Billion 9% 2010 Actual $3.4 Billion $43.2 Billion 2012 Request The Administration proposes funding to: • Strengthen the National Cyber Security Division to defend Federal civilian networks and private-sector capabilities • Support 21,370 Border Patrol agents and funding for 300 new Customs and Border Protection Officers for passenger and cargo screening at ports of entry as well as expansion of pre-screening operations at foreign airports and land ports of entry. • Improve the operation of Transportation Security Administration processes and systems and reduce redundancy, through the continued modernization and streamlining of transportation security vetting and credentialing. DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY - NATIONAL NUCLEAR SECURITY AGENCY $9.9 Billion 2010 18% Actual $1.8 Billion - $11.7 Billion 2012 Request The increase to NNSA covers investments to: • Maintain a safe, secure and effective nuclear arsenal. • Improve and replace aging facilities and infrastructure. • Continue nuclear weapon life extension programs. • Sustain stockpile surveillance and certification activities. NON-SECURITY AGENCIES FUNDING BY AGENCY NON-SECURITY AGENCIES OVERVIEW: The Biggest Winner >$1 Billion The Biggest Loser Percentage of Entire Budget Education +20% Commerce -37% $13.1 Bilion $5.1 Bllon 32% NON-SECURITY AGENCIES BASE FUNDING BY AGENCY: 2010 2012 Request Actual -12% AGRICULTURE $25.1 Billion $22.0 Billion -$3.1 BIllion COMMERCE $13.9 Billion $8.8 Billion -37% -$5.1 BIllion EDUCATION $64.3 Billion $77.4 Billion 20% $13.1 Billion 7% ENERGY $16.6 Billion $17.8 Billion $12 Billion HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES $84.4 Billion -3% $82.2 Billion $2.2 BIllion HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT -3% $42.8 Billion $41.7 Billion $1.1 BIlion INTERIOR $12.1 Billion $12.1 Billion 0% -24% JUSTICE $27.6 Billion $20.9 Billion -$6.7 Billion -5% LABOR $13.5 Billion $12.8 Billion -$0.7 Billion STATE AND OTHER INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS $0.1 Billion $0.1 Billion 0% -9% TRANSPORTATION $14.7 Billion $13.4 Billion $1.3 Billion 4% A TREASURY $13.4 Billion $14.0 Billion $0.6 BIllion -16% O CORPS OF ENGINEERS $5.5 Billion $4.6 Billion -$0.9 Billion ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY -13% $10.3 Billion $9.0 Billion -$1.3 BIllion GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION 50% $0.4 Billion $0.6 Billion $0.2 Billion NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION $18.7 Billion $18.7 Billion 0% NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION 14% $6.9 Billion $7.8 Billion $0.9 Billion SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 25% $0.8 Billion $1.0 Billion $0.2 Billion SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION 10% $0.9 BIlion $9.3 Billion $10.2 Billion CORPORATION FOR NATIONAL AND COMMUNITY SERVICE 8% S0.1 Billion $1.2 Billion $1.3 Billion 2% OTHER AGENCIES $19.9 Billion $20.3 Billion $0.4 Billion govloop Created by: Jameel Moses Source: White House jamoelmoseo@gmail.com www.govloop.com 24 The FY2012 VISUAL BUDGETD THE BIG PICTURE AN OVERVIEW CUTS & CONSOLIDATIONS: • Suspond the codromely costly year-round Pol Grant and oliminate the poorty targeted in-school intorest subsidy for loans to graduato • Reduce funding for the Community Devalopment Block Grant and aut the Community Sorvices Block Grant program (CSBG) in half. • Roduce the Low Income Home Enorgy Aasistanco Program • Teminate the Marine Corps' Expedtionary Fighting Vehicke, the altemate engine for the Jont Strike Fighter, and the Surface Launchod Advanced Modium Range Air-to-Air Missiko program. • Elminate tax breaks for ol, gas, and coal companies, closing loopholos to raiso noarly $46 bilion over the noxt decado. • Reduce funding for the Sorior Community Service Employment Program and move its tunction to the Administration on Aging • Beduce the Department of Agriculture's single tamily housing drect loan program and focus efforts on the more effective single family housing loan guarantoo program. • Qut funding for the Teacher Quality Block Grant and the Caroor and Technical Education (CTE) program • Elminate dscretionary Department of Education programs and consolidate K-12 programs into new programs that emphasize compotition, give communitios more choices, and use rigorous evidence to fund what works. • Reduce funding for the Environmantal Protoction Agency's water intrastructure State Revoling Funds. • Roduce grants to airports and givo largo airports more foxiblity to generate revenue on their own. • Consolidate soveral Contors for Dsoano Control pubic hoalh grant programs, seeking to improve overal health outcomes and strongthoning accountability. $1,242.7 Billion $1,257.6 Billion - $396.8 Billion - $401.6 Billion - $719.4 Billion - $682.8 Billion - 5% -1% $4.8 Billion -1% $36.7 Billion $14.9 BIlion 2010 2012 2010 2012 Request 2010 2012 Actual Request Actual Actual Request. ТОTAL SECURITY AGENCIES NON-SECURITY AGENICIES SECURITY AGENCIES FUNDING BY AGENCY DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE: I. Ĉ $553.0 Billion - Percentage of Entire Budget $530.1 Billion - 56% 4% $22.9 Billion 2010 Actual 2012 Request Over the past decade, the Department of Defense (DOD) has seen an average increase to its base budget of 7.4 percent a year. DOD is pursuing strategies to approach zero real growth in defense spending, and saving $78 billion in its base budget (including $13 billion in 2012) relative to 2011's request for the next five years. DOD OVERSEAS CONTINGENCY OPERATIONS BUDGET: -28% $4.7 BIlon 2010 Actual $162.3 Billion 2012 Request $117.6 Billion Reflecting the winding down of miitary operations in Iraq, the Overseas Contingency Operations (OCO) budget for DOD in 2012 will be about 26 percent lower than levels in the President's 2011 request. As a result, the overall defense budget, including OCO, will be down by 5.2 percent from last year's request. NON-DOD BASE FUNDING BY AGENCY: VETERANS AFFAIRS $53.1 Billion 2010 11% Actual $5.7 BIllion - $58.8 Billion 2012 Request The President's budget will enhance VA's ability to achieve: • Specialized care for post-traumatic stress, traumatic brain injury, and other mental health needs. • High-quality medical care to >9.6 million service members, retirees, and their families. • Better assistance to wounded warrior transition units and centers of excellence. • Movement toward the goal of ending veteran homelessness by 2015. • Implementation of a new paperless claims processing system. STATE DEPARTMENT & OTHER INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS - $49.8 Billion 2010 6% Actual $2.9 Billion $52.7 Billion 2012 Request The State Department budget refilects a program-by-program review that identified reductions and focused resources on high priority areas: · Entire bilateral programs in six countries have been eliminated. • Assistance for Europe, Eurasia and Central Asia account has been reduced in order to focus funding on regions with the greatest assistance needs. • African Development and Inter- American Foundations have been cut and directed to reduce their overhead and seek partnerships. • Use of information technology to achieve efficiencies, such as eliminating duplication of data center services and infrastructure to control energy use and facility costs HOMELAND SECURITY - $39.8 Billion 9% 2010 Actual $3.4 Billion $43.2 Billion 2012 Request The Administration proposes funding to: • Strengthen the National Cyber Security Division to defend Federal civilian networks and private-sector capabilities • Support 21,370 Border Patrol agents and funding for 300 new Customs and Border Protection Officers for passenger and cargo screening at ports of entry as well as expansion of pre-screening operations at foreign airports and land ports of entry. • Improve the operation of Transportation Security Administration processes and systems and reduce redundancy, through the continued modernization and streamlining of transportation security vetting and credentialing. DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY - NATIONAL NUCLEAR SECURITY AGENCY $9.9 Billion 2010 18% Actual $1.8 Billion - $11.7 Billion 2012 Request The increase to NNSA covers investments to: • Maintain a safe, secure and effective nuclear arsenal. • Improve and replace aging facilities and infrastructure. • Continue nuclear weapon life extension programs. • Sustain stockpile surveillance and certification activities. NON-SECURITY AGENCIES FUNDING BY AGENCY NON-SECURITY AGENCIES OVERVIEW: The Biggest Winner >$1 Billion The Biggest Loser Percentage of Entire Budget Education +20% Commerce -37% $13.1 Bilion $5.1 Bllon 32% NON-SECURITY AGENCIES BASE FUNDING BY AGENCY: 2010 2012 Request Actual -12% AGRICULTURE $25.1 Billion $22.0 Billion -$3.1 BIllion COMMERCE $13.9 Billion $8.8 Billion -37% -$5.1 BIllion EDUCATION $64.3 Billion $77.4 Billion 20% $13.1 Billion 7% ENERGY $16.6 Billion $17.8 Billion $12 Billion HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES $84.4 Billion -3% $82.2 Billion $2.2 BIllion HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT -3% $42.8 Billion $41.7 Billion $1.1 BIlion INTERIOR $12.1 Billion $12.1 Billion 0% -24% JUSTICE $27.6 Billion $20.9 Billion -$6.7 Billion -5% LABOR $13.5 Billion $12.8 Billion -$0.7 Billion STATE AND OTHER INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS $0.1 Billion $0.1 Billion 0% -9% TRANSPORTATION $14.7 Billion $13.4 Billion $1.3 Billion 4% A TREASURY $13.4 Billion $14.0 Billion $0.6 BIllion -16% O CORPS OF ENGINEERS $5.5 Billion $4.6 Billion -$0.9 Billion ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY -13% $10.3 Billion $9.0 Billion -$1.3 BIllion GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION 50% $0.4 Billion $0.6 Billion $0.2 Billion NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION $18.7 Billion $18.7 Billion 0% NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION 14% $6.9 Billion $7.8 Billion $0.9 Billion SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 25% $0.8 Billion $1.0 Billion $0.2 Billion SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION 10% $0.9 BIlion $9.3 Billion $10.2 Billion CORPORATION FOR NATIONAL AND COMMUNITY SERVICE 8% S0.1 Billion $1.2 Billion $1.3 Billion 2% OTHER AGENCIES $19.9 Billion $20.3 Billion $0.4 Billion govloop Created by: Jameel Moses Source: White House jamoelmoseo@gmail.com www.govloop.com 24 The FY2012 VISUAL BUDGETD THE BIG PICTURE AN OVERVIEW CUTS & CONSOLIDATIONS: • Suspond the codromely costly year-round Pol Grant and oliminate the poorty targeted in-school intorest subsidy for loans to graduato • Reduce funding for the Community Devalopment Block Grant and aut the Community Sorvices Block Grant program (CSBG) in half. • Roduce the Low Income Home Enorgy Aasistanco Program • Teminate the Marine Corps' Expedtionary Fighting Vehicke, the altemate engine for the Jont Strike Fighter, and the Surface Launchod Advanced Modium Range Air-to-Air Missiko program. • Elminate tax breaks for ol, gas, and coal companies, closing loopholos to raiso noarly $46 bilion over the noxt decado. • Reduce funding for the Sorior Community Service Employment Program and move its tunction to the Administration on Aging • Beduce the Department of Agriculture's single tamily housing drect loan program and focus efforts on the more effective single family housing loan guarantoo program. • Qut funding for the Teacher Quality Block Grant and the Caroor and Technical Education (CTE) program • Elminate dscretionary Department of Education programs and consolidate K-12 programs into new programs that emphasize compotition, give communitios more choices, and use rigorous evidence to fund what works. • Reduce funding for the Environmantal Protoction Agency's water intrastructure State Revoling Funds. • Roduce grants to airports and givo largo airports more foxiblity to generate revenue on their own. • Consolidate soveral Contors for Dsoano Control pubic hoalh grant programs, seeking to improve overal health outcomes and strongthoning accountability. $1,242.7 Billion $1,257.6 Billion - $396.8 Billion - $401.6 Billion - $719.4 Billion - $682.8 Billion - 5% -1% $4.8 Billion -1% $36.7 Billion $14.9 BIlion 2010 2012 2010 2012 Request 2010 2012 Actual Request Actual Actual Request. ТОTAL SECURITY AGENCIES NON-SECURITY AGENICIES SECURITY AGENCIES FUNDING BY AGENCY DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE: I. Ĉ $553.0 Billion - Percentage of Entire Budget $530.1 Billion - 56% 4% $22.9 Billion 2010 Actual 2012 Request Over the past decade, the Department of Defense (DOD) has seen an average increase to its base budget of 7.4 percent a year. DOD is pursuing strategies to approach zero real growth in defense spending, and saving $78 billion in its base budget (including $13 billion in 2012) relative to 2011's request for the next five years. DOD OVERSEAS CONTINGENCY OPERATIONS BUDGET: -28% $4.7 BIlon 2010 Actual $162.3 Billion 2012 Request $117.6 Billion Reflecting the winding down of miitary operations in Iraq, the Overseas Contingency Operations (OCO) budget for DOD in 2012 will be about 26 percent lower than levels in the President's 2011 request. As a result, the overall defense budget, including OCO, will be down by 5.2 percent from last year's request. NON-DOD BASE FUNDING BY AGENCY: VETERANS AFFAIRS $53.1 Billion 2010 11% Actual $5.7 BIllion - $58.8 Billion 2012 Request The President's budget will enhance VA's ability to achieve: • Specialized care for post-traumatic stress, traumatic brain injury, and other mental health needs. • High-quality medical care to >9.6 million service members, retirees, and their families. • Better assistance to wounded warrior transition units and centers of excellence. • Movement toward the goal of ending veteran homelessness by 2015. • Implementation of a new paperless claims processing system. STATE DEPARTMENT & OTHER INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS - $49.8 Billion 2010 6% Actual $2.9 Billion $52.7 Billion 2012 Request The State Department budget refilects a program-by-program review that identified reductions and focused resources on high priority areas: · Entire bilateral programs in six countries have been eliminated. • Assistance for Europe, Eurasia and Central Asia account has been reduced in order to focus funding on regions with the greatest assistance needs. • African Development and Inter- American Foundations have been cut and directed to reduce their overhead and seek partnerships. • Use of information technology to achieve efficiencies, such as eliminating duplication of data center services and infrastructure to control energy use and facility costs HOMELAND SECURITY - $39.8 Billion 9% 2010 Actual $3.4 Billion $43.2 Billion 2012 Request The Administration proposes funding to: • Strengthen the National Cyber Security Division to defend Federal civilian networks and private-sector capabilities • Support 21,370 Border Patrol agents and funding for 300 new Customs and Border Protection Officers for passenger and cargo screening at ports of entry as well as expansion of pre-screening operations at foreign airports and land ports of entry. • Improve the operation of Transportation Security Administration processes and systems and reduce redundancy, through the continued modernization and streamlining of transportation security vetting and credentialing. DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY - NATIONAL NUCLEAR SECURITY AGENCY $9.9 Billion 2010 18% Actual $1.8 Billion - $11.7 Billion 2012 Request The increase to NNSA covers investments to: • Maintain a safe, secure and effective nuclear arsenal. • Improve and replace aging facilities and infrastructure. • Continue nuclear weapon life extension programs. • Sustain stockpile surveillance and certification activities. NON-SECURITY AGENCIES FUNDING BY AGENCY NON-SECURITY AGENCIES OVERVIEW: The Biggest Winner >$1 Billion The Biggest Loser Percentage of Entire Budget Education +20% Commerce -37% $13.1 Bilion $5.1 Bllon 32% NON-SECURITY AGENCIES BASE FUNDING BY AGENCY: 2010 2012 Request Actual -12% AGRICULTURE $25.1 Billion $22.0 Billion -$3.1 BIllion COMMERCE $13.9 Billion $8.8 Billion -37% -$5.1 BIllion EDUCATION $64.3 Billion $77.4 Billion 20% $13.1 Billion 7% ENERGY $16.6 Billion $17.8 Billion $12 Billion HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES $84.4 Billion -3% $82.2 Billion $2.2 BIllion HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT -3% $42.8 Billion $41.7 Billion $1.1 BIlion INTERIOR $12.1 Billion $12.1 Billion 0% -24% JUSTICE $27.6 Billion $20.9 Billion -$6.7 Billion -5% LABOR $13.5 Billion $12.8 Billion -$0.7 Billion STATE AND OTHER INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS $0.1 Billion $0.1 Billion 0% -9% TRANSPORTATION $14.7 Billion $13.4 Billion $1.3 Billion 4% A TREASURY $13.4 Billion $14.0 Billion $0.6 BIllion -16% O CORPS OF ENGINEERS $5.5 Billion $4.6 Billion -$0.9 Billion ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY -13% $10.3 Billion $9.0 Billion -$1.3 BIllion GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION 50% $0.4 Billion $0.6 Billion $0.2 Billion NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION $18.7 Billion $18.7 Billion 0% NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION 14% $6.9 Billion $7.8 Billion $0.9 Billion SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 25% $0.8 Billion $1.0 Billion $0.2 Billion SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION 10% $0.9 BIlion $9.3 Billion $10.2 Billion CORPORATION FOR NATIONAL AND COMMUNITY SERVICE 8% S0.1 Billion $1.2 Billion $1.3 Billion 2% OTHER AGENCIES $19.9 Billion $20.3 Billion $0.4 Billion govloop Created by: Jameel Moses Source: White House jamoelmoseo@gmail.com www.govloop.com 24 The FY2012 VISUAL BUDGETD THE BIG PICTURE AN OVERVIEW CUTS & CONSOLIDATIONS: • Suspond the codromely costly year-round Pol Grant and oliminate the poorty targeted in-school intorest subsidy for loans to graduato • Reduce funding for the Community Devalopment Block Grant and aut the Community Sorvices Block Grant program (CSBG) in half. • Roduce the Low Income Home Enorgy Aasistanco Program • Teminate the Marine Corps' Expedtionary Fighting Vehicke, the altemate engine for the Jont Strike Fighter, and the Surface Launchod Advanced Modium Range Air-to-Air Missiko program. • Elminate tax breaks for ol, gas, and coal companies, closing loopholos to raiso noarly $46 bilion over the noxt decado. • Reduce funding for the Sorior Community Service Employment Program and move its tunction to the Administration on Aging • Beduce the Department of Agriculture's single tamily housing drect loan program and focus efforts on the more effective single family housing loan guarantoo program. • Qut funding for the Teacher Quality Block Grant and the Caroor and Technical Education (CTE) program • Elminate dscretionary Department of Education programs and consolidate K-12 programs into new programs that emphasize compotition, give communitios more choices, and use rigorous evidence to fund what works. • Reduce funding for the Environmantal Protoction Agency's water intrastructure State Revoling Funds. • Roduce grants to airports and givo largo airports more foxiblity to generate revenue on their own. • Consolidate soveral Contors for Dsoano Control pubic hoalh grant programs, seeking to improve overal health outcomes and strongthoning accountability. $1,242.7 Billion $1,257.6 Billion - $396.8 Billion - $401.6 Billion - $719.4 Billion - $682.8 Billion - 5% -1% $4.8 Billion -1% $36.7 Billion $14.9 BIlion 2010 2012 2010 2012 Request 2010 2012 Actual Request Actual Actual Request. ТОTAL SECURITY AGENCIES NON-SECURITY AGENICIES SECURITY AGENCIES FUNDING BY AGENCY DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE: I. Ĉ $553.0 Billion - Percentage of Entire Budget $530.1 Billion - 56% 4% $22.9 Billion 2010 Actual 2012 Request Over the past decade, the Department of Defense (DOD) has seen an average increase to its base budget of 7.4 percent a year. DOD is pursuing strategies to approach zero real growth in defense spending, and saving $78 billion in its base budget (including $13 billion in 2012) relative to 2011's request for the next five years. DOD OVERSEAS CONTINGENCY OPERATIONS BUDGET: -28% $4.7 BIlon 2010 Actual $162.3 Billion 2012 Request $117.6 Billion Reflecting the winding down of miitary operations in Iraq, the Overseas Contingency Operations (OCO) budget for DOD in 2012 will be about 26 percent lower than levels in the President's 2011 request. As a result, the overall defense budget, including OCO, will be down by 5.2 percent from last year's request. NON-DOD BASE FUNDING BY AGENCY: VETERANS AFFAIRS $53.1 Billion 2010 11% Actual $5.7 BIllion - $58.8 Billion 2012 Request The President's budget will enhance VA's ability to achieve: • Specialized care for post-traumatic stress, traumatic brain injury, and other mental health needs. • High-quality medical care to >9.6 million service members, retirees, and their families. • Better assistance to wounded warrior transition units and centers of excellence. • Movement toward the goal of ending veteran homelessness by 2015. • Implementation of a new paperless claims processing system. STATE DEPARTMENT & OTHER INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS - $49.8 Billion 2010 6% Actual $2.9 Billion $52.7 Billion 2012 Request The State Department budget refilects a program-by-program review that identified reductions and focused resources on high priority areas: · Entire bilateral programs in six countries have been eliminated. • Assistance for Europe, Eurasia and Central Asia account has been reduced in order to focus funding on regions with the greatest assistance needs. • African Development and Inter- American Foundations have been cut and directed to reduce their overhead and seek partnerships. • Use of information technology to achieve efficiencies, such as eliminating duplication of data center services and infrastructure to control energy use and facility costs HOMELAND SECURITY - $39.8 Billion 9% 2010 Actual $3.4 Billion $43.2 Billion 2012 Request The Administration proposes funding to: • Strengthen the National Cyber Security Division to defend Federal civilian networks and private-sector capabilities • Support 21,370 Border Patrol agents and funding for 300 new Customs and Border Protection Officers for passenger and cargo screening at ports of entry as well as expansion of pre-screening operations at foreign airports and land ports of entry. • Improve the operation of Transportation Security Administration processes and systems and reduce redundancy, through the continued modernization and streamlining of transportation security vetting and credentialing. DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY - NATIONAL NUCLEAR SECURITY AGENCY $9.9 Billion 2010 18% Actual $1.8 Billion - $11.7 Billion 2012 Request The increase to NNSA covers investments to: • Maintain a safe, secure and effective nuclear arsenal. • Improve and replace aging facilities and infrastructure. • Continue nuclear weapon life extension programs. • Sustain stockpile surveillance and certification activities. NON-SECURITY AGENCIES FUNDING BY AGENCY NON-SECURITY AGENCIES OVERVIEW: The Biggest Winner >$1 Billion The Biggest Loser Percentage of Entire Budget Education +20% Commerce -37% $13.1 Bilion $5.1 Bllon 32% NON-SECURITY AGENCIES BASE FUNDING BY AGENCY: 2010 2012 Request Actual -12% AGRICULTURE $25.1 Billion $22.0 Billion -$3.1 BIllion COMMERCE $13.9 Billion $8.8 Billion -37% -$5.1 BIllion EDUCATION $64.3 Billion $77.4 Billion 20% $13.1 Billion 7% ENERGY $16.6 Billion $17.8 Billion $12 Billion HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES $84.4 Billion -3% $82.2 Billion $2.2 BIllion HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT -3% $42.8 Billion $41.7 Billion $1.1 BIlion INTERIOR $12.1 Billion $12.1 Billion 0% -24% JUSTICE $27.6 Billion $20.9 Billion -$6.7 Billion -5% LABOR $13.5 Billion $12.8 Billion -$0.7 Billion STATE AND OTHER INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS $0.1 Billion $0.1 Billion 0% -9% TRANSPORTATION $14.7 Billion $13.4 Billion $1.3 Billion 4% A TREASURY $13.4 Billion $14.0 Billion $0.6 BIllion -16% O CORPS OF ENGINEERS $5.5 Billion $4.6 Billion -$0.9 Billion ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY -13% $10.3 Billion $9.0 Billion -$1.3 BIllion GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION 50% $0.4 Billion $0.6 Billion $0.2 Billion NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION $18.7 Billion $18.7 Billion 0% NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION 14% $6.9 Billion $7.8 Billion $0.9 Billion SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 25% $0.8 Billion $1.0 Billion $0.2 Billion SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION 10% $0.9 BIlion $9.3 Billion $10.2 Billion CORPORATION FOR NATIONAL AND COMMUNITY SERVICE 8% S0.1 Billion $1.2 Billion $1.3 Billion 2% OTHER AGENCIES $19.9 Billion $20.3 Billion $0.4 Billion govloop Created by: Jameel Moses Source: White House jamoelmoseo@gmail.com www.govloop.com 24 The FY2012 VISUAL BUDGETD THE BIG PICTURE AN OVERVIEW CUTS & CONSOLIDATIONS: • Suspond the codromely costly year-round Pol Grant and oliminate the poorty targeted in-school intorest subsidy for loans to graduato • Reduce funding for the Community Devalopment Block Grant and aut the Community Sorvices Block Grant program (CSBG) in half. • Roduce the Low Income Home Enorgy Aasistanco Program • Teminate the Marine Corps' Expedtionary Fighting Vehicke, the altemate engine for the Jont Strike Fighter, and the Surface Launchod Advanced Modium Range Air-to-Air Missiko program. • Elminate tax breaks for ol, gas, and coal companies, closing loopholos to raiso noarly $46 bilion over the noxt decado. • Reduce funding for the Sorior Community Service Employment Program and move its tunction to the Administration on Aging • Beduce the Department of Agriculture's single tamily housing drect loan program and focus efforts on the more effective single family housing loan guarantoo program. • Qut funding for the Teacher Quality Block Grant and the Caroor and Technical Education (CTE) program • Elminate dscretionary Department of Education programs and consolidate K-12 programs into new programs that emphasize compotition, give communitios more choices, and use rigorous evidence to fund what works. • Reduce funding for the Environmantal Protoction Agency's water intrastructure State Revoling Funds. • Roduce grants to airports and givo largo airports more foxiblity to generate revenue on their own. • Consolidate soveral Contors for Dsoano Control pubic hoalh grant programs, seeking to improve overal health outcomes and strongthoning accountability. $1,242.7 Billion $1,257.6 Billion - $396.8 Billion - $401.6 Billion - $719.4 Billion - $682.8 Billion - 5% -1% $4.8 Billion -1% $36.7 Billion $14.9 BIlion 2010 2012 2010 2012 Request 2010 2012 Actual Request Actual Actual Request. ТОTAL SECURITY AGENCIES NON-SECURITY AGENICIES SECURITY AGENCIES FUNDING BY AGENCY DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE: I. Ĉ $553.0 Billion - Percentage of Entire Budget $530.1 Billion - 56% 4% $22.9 Billion 2010 Actual 2012 Request Over the past decade, the Department of Defense (DOD) has seen an average increase to its base budget of 7.4 percent a year. DOD is pursuing strategies to approach zero real growth in defense spending, and saving $78 billion in its base budget (including $13 billion in 2012) relative to 2011's request for the next five years. DOD OVERSEAS CONTINGENCY OPERATIONS BUDGET: -28% $4.7 BIlon 2010 Actual $162.3 Billion 2012 Request $117.6 Billion Reflecting the winding down of miitary operations in Iraq, the Overseas Contingency Operations (OCO) budget for DOD in 2012 will be about 26 percent lower than levels in the President's 2011 request. As a result, the overall defense budget, including OCO, will be down by 5.2 percent from last year's request. NON-DOD BASE FUNDING BY AGENCY: VETERANS AFFAIRS $53.1 Billion 2010 11% Actual $5.7 BIllion - $58.8 Billion 2012 Request The President's budget will enhance VA's ability to achieve: • Specialized care for post-traumatic stress, traumatic brain injury, and other mental health needs. • High-quality medical care to >9.6 million service members, retirees, and their families. • Better assistance to wounded warrior transition units and centers of excellence. • Movement toward the goal of ending veteran homelessness by 2015. • Implementation of a new paperless claims processing system. STATE DEPARTMENT & OTHER INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS - $49.8 Billion 2010 6% Actual $2.9 Billion $52.7 Billion 2012 Request The State Department budget refilects a program-by-program review that identified reductions and focused resources on high priority areas: · Entire bilateral programs in six countries have been eliminated. • Assistance for Europe, Eurasia and Central Asia account has been reduced in order to focus funding on regions with the greatest assistance needs. • African Development and Inter- American Foundations have been cut and directed to reduce their overhead and seek partnerships. • Use of information technology to achieve efficiencies, such as eliminating duplication of data center services and infrastructure to control energy use and facility costs HOMELAND SECURITY - $39.8 Billion 9% 2010 Actual $3.4 Billion $43.2 Billion 2012 Request The Administration proposes funding to: • Strengthen the National Cyber Security Division to defend Federal civilian networks and private-sector capabilities • Support 21,370 Border Patrol agents and funding for 300 new Customs and Border Protection Officers for passenger and cargo screening at ports of entry as well as expansion of pre-screening operations at foreign airports and land ports of entry. • Improve the operation of Transportation Security Administration processes and systems and reduce redundancy, through the continued modernization and streamlining of transportation security vetting and credentialing. DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY - NATIONAL NUCLEAR SECURITY AGENCY $9.9 Billion 2010 18% Actual $1.8 Billion - $11.7 Billion 2012 Request The increase to NNSA covers investments to: • Maintain a safe, secure and effective nuclear arsenal. • Improve and replace aging facilities and infrastructure. • Continue nuclear weapon life extension programs. • Sustain stockpile surveillance and certification activities. NON-SECURITY AGENCIES FUNDING BY AGENCY NON-SECURITY AGENCIES OVERVIEW: The Biggest Winner >$1 Billion The Biggest Loser Percentage of Entire Budget Education +20% Commerce -37% $13.1 Bilion $5.1 Bllon 32% NON-SECURITY AGENCIES BASE FUNDING BY AGENCY: 2010 2012 Request Actual -12% AGRICULTURE $25.1 Billion $22.0 Billion -$3.1 BIllion COMMERCE $13.9 Billion $8.8 Billion -37% -$5.1 BIllion EDUCATION $64.3 Billion $77.4 Billion 20% $13.1 Billion 7% ENERGY $16.6 Billion $17.8 Billion $12 Billion HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES $84.4 Billion -3% $82.2 Billion $2.2 BIllion HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT -3% $42.8 Billion $41.7 Billion $1.1 BIlion INTERIOR $12.1 Billion $12.1 Billion 0% -24% JUSTICE $27.6 Billion $20.9 Billion -$6.7 Billion -5% LABOR $13.5 Billion $12.8 Billion -$0.7 Billion STATE AND OTHER INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS $0.1 Billion $0.1 Billion 0% -9% TRANSPORTATION $14.7 Billion $13.4 Billion $1.3 Billion 4% A TREASURY $13.4 Billion $14.0 Billion $0.6 BIllion -16% O CORPS OF ENGINEERS $5.5 Billion $4.6 Billion -$0.9 Billion ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY -13% $10.3 Billion $9.0 Billion -$1.3 BIllion GENERAL SERVICES ADMINISTRATION 50% $0.4 Billion $0.6 Billion $0.2 Billion NATIONAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADMINISTRATION $18.7 Billion $18.7 Billion 0% NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION 14% $6.9 Billion $7.8 Billion $0.9 Billion SMALL BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 25% $0.8 Billion $1.0 Billion $0.2 Billion SOCIAL SECURITY ADMINISTRATION 10% $0.9 BIlion $9.3 Billion $10.2 Billion CORPORATION FOR NATIONAL AND COMMUNITY SERVICE 8% S0.1 Billion $1.2 Billion $1.3 Billion 2% OTHER AGENCIES $19.9 Billion $20.3 Billion $0.4 Billion govloop Created by: Jameel Moses Source: White House jamoelmoseo@gmail.com www.govloop.com

Visualizing the FY2012 Federal Budget

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Want to get a quick look at what the President is proposing in the FY2012 Federal budget? Thanks to some quick work by GovLooper Jameel Moses, you can see our fiscal future for yourself below.

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