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Bureau of Prisons: Opportunities Exist to Enhance the Transparency of Annual Budget Justifications
David C. Maurer (au)
The Bureau of Prisons (BOP), a component of of the Dept. of Justice (DOJ), is responsible for the custody and care of over 219,000 federal inmates -- a population that has grown by 27% over the past decade. BOP had a FY 2013 operating budget of about $6.5 billion, and it projects that its costs will increase as the federal prison population grows. BOPäó»s biggest challenge is managing the increasing federal inmate population, and related responsibilities, within budgeted levels. Generally, BOP is appropriated funds through two accounts: Salaries and Expenses (S&E) and Buildings and Facilities (B&F). To prepare its annual congressional budget justification for DOJ, BOP estimates its costs and resource requirements and sends its requested amounts to DOJ. This report (1) identifies the types of costs that compose BOPäó»s budget accounts as presented in its budget justifications; and (2) assesses the extent to which opportunities exist to enhance the transparency of information in BOPäó»s budget justifications for congressional stakeholders and decision makers. Table and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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