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Department of Justice: Alternative Sources of Funding Are a Key Source of Budgetary Resources and Could Be Better Managed
David C. Maurer (au)
The Department of Justice (DOJ) is composed of approximately 40 components that carry out its activities and functions. The majority of DOJäó»s budget authority is provided through annual appropriations, but, in some cases, DOJ has the ability to fund its programs by using money it collects through alternative sources, such as fines, fees, and penalties. The authority to use these sources may come from either permanent statutory authority or may be contained within an annual appropriations act. This report addresses (1) how much of DOJäó»s total budgetary resources come from major alternative sources of funding and the key statutory characteristics that provide agency flexibility regarding these sources; and (2) any opportunities that may exist for DOJ to better manage unobligated balances for selected major alternative sources of funding. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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