DHS/CBP: Funding
Outlook
January 15, 2014
Michelle Mrdeza
PUTTING THE BUDGET IN PERSPECTIVE
FY 2014
FEDERAL BUDGET
$3.8 Trillion

MANDATORY

INTEREST ON THE DEBT

$2.1 Trillion

+/...
Discretionary Spending
Gener al g o ver nment
2%
V et er ans b enef it s
4%

Just ice
4%

Inco me secur it y
6%
Ed ucat io...
Budget Control Act Spending Caps (pre Murray-Ryan)
DHS APPROPRIATIONS
•

•

Since its inception, DHS has enjoyed significant support from both the
Administration and Congres...
CBP Appropriations
(dollars in millions)

• CBP has also enjoyed significant support from the
Administration and Congress ...
FY 2014: Request-House-Senate
Customs and Border Protection
(dollars in millions)

FY 2014
Request

House

10723

10616.7
...
Homeland Security Spending
Across the Federal Government
Congressional Oversight
Congressional Oversight
Congressional Oversight
Lessons Learned
• Budgets are volatile and shrinking
• DHS isn’t kidding when they say money is scarce –and it
will contin...
Continuing Resolutions Are
Routine
Analysis

• Congress passed 21
continuing resolutions for FY
2001, the most for a fisca...
Shutdowns Not Routine
QUESTIONS?
Michelle Mrdeza
mmrdeza@cgagroup.com
703-772-9803
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Presentation for the Government Technology & Services Coalition on the Budget Outlook for U.S. Customs & Border Protection (CBP), U.S. Department of Homeland Security presented by Michelle Mrdeza, Senior Advisor, Cornerstone Consulting and Strategic Advisor to GTSC

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  1. 1. DHS/CBP: Funding Outlook January 15, 2014 Michelle Mrdeza
  2. 2. PUTTING THE BUDGET IN PERSPECTIVE FY 2014 FEDERAL BUDGET $3.8 Trillion MANDATORY INTEREST ON THE DEBT $2.1 Trillion +/- $400 Billion DEFENSE $520.5 Billion [FY 2015: 521.3 Billion] Defense; NSA; Intelligence DISCRETIONARY $1.012 Trillion [House: $967 B] [Senate: 1.058 T] NON-DEFENSE $491.8 Billion [FY 2015: 492.4 Billion] Agriculture; Justice; Interior; Health; Education; Energy; Transportation; Housing; Homeland
  3. 3. Discretionary Spending Gener al g o ver nment 2% V et er ans b enef it s 4% Just ice 4% Inco me secur it y 6% Ed ucat io n, t r aining , Healt h emp lo yment , and 6% so cial ser vices 10 % Ot her 2% N at io nal d ef ense 50 % C o mmunit y and r eg io nal d evelo p ment 2% T r ansp o r t at io n 3% N at ur al r eso ur ces and envir o nment 4% Gener al science, sp ace, and t echno lo g y 3% Int er nat io nal af f air s 4%
  4. 4. Budget Control Act Spending Caps (pre Murray-Ryan)
  5. 5. DHS APPROPRIATIONS • • Since its inception, DHS has enjoyed significant support from both the Administration and Congress. But DHS is not immune to the significant budgetary pressures that currently exist across the federal government: 2008 2009 DHS Total (EX Disasters) 37.7 39.9 2010 42.6 2011 43.6 2012 41.2 2013 41.4 FY 2014 41.4
  6. 6. CBP Appropriations (dollars in millions) • CBP has also enjoyed significant support from the Administration and Congress and there are lessons to be learned: Customs and Border Protection (dollars millions) 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 Omnibus TOTAL (exc. Fees) 9422.6 10551.9 10129 9879.9 10154.9 10357.9 10579.9 Salaries and Expenses Inspections/Trade Facilitation Border Security/Between POE BSFIT Air and Marine Construction 1221.3 2279.2 3075.2 1225 570 348.4 1269.2 2767.3 3501.3 875 533 823.2 1418.3 2749.8 3556.8 800 519.8 319.6 1462.8 2893.6 3544.3 573 515.3 259.5 1868.9 2903.8 3619.6 400 287.9 236.6 1379.3 3202.2 3700.8 323.9 797.9 233.2 1198.9 3215.8 3730.8 351.4 805.1 456.3
  7. 7. FY 2014: Request-House-Senate Customs and Border Protection (dollars in millions) FY 2014 Request House 10723 10616.7 10360 10832.8 1620.9 1109.8 1203.7 1198.9 3319.7 3387.1 3209.7 3215.8 3756.2 3779.1 3756.2 3730.0 BSFIT 351.4 351.4 351.4 351.4 Air and Marine 427.5 802.7 755.8 805.1 Construction 471.5 471.3 471.3 456.3 TOTAL (exc. Fees) Salaries and Expenses Inspections/Trade Facilitation Border Security/Between POE Senate Omnibus
  8. 8. Homeland Security Spending Across the Federal Government
  9. 9. Congressional Oversight
  10. 10. Congressional Oversight
  11. 11. Congressional Oversight
  12. 12. Lessons Learned • Budgets are volatile and shrinking • DHS isn’t kidding when they say money is scarce –and it will continue to shrink • DHS needs to compete for resources in a very austere environment –they are competing against every other federal discretionary program that exists • Know your customer! Their pressure points include not just limited resources but continued pressures to perform. Oversight, oversight, oversight • Join us for an upcoming Hill day where you can meet the people who write these bills…
  13. 13. Continuing Resolutions Are Routine Analysis • Congress passed 21 continuing resolutions for FY 2001, the most for a fiscal year since 2000, but more than half lasted only a day • Due to budget gridlock in Congress, continuing resolutions are becoming a routine way of funding government
  14. 14. Shutdowns Not Routine
  15. 15. QUESTIONS? Michelle Mrdeza mmrdeza@cgagroup.com 703-772-9803
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