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Federal User Fees: Fee Design Options and Implications for Managing Revenue Instability
Susan J. Irving (au); Jacqueline M. Nowicki (au)
In 2012, the Presidentäó»s Budget reported nearly $300 billion collected in user fees from the public. Given the nationäó»s fiscal condition it is critical that every funding source and spending decision be carefully considered and applied to its best use. This report reviewed oversight opportunities for fees. It examined (1) key Congressional design decisions and related implications for achieving the desired balance between agency flexibility and congressional control; (2) issues related to identifying and managing unobligated balances in selected fee-funded agencies; and (3) key questions to identify potential sources of fee revenue instability and to manage any consequences. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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