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DHS Management and Administration Spending: Reliable Data Could Help DHS Better Estimate Resource Requests
David C. Maurer (au)
The Dept. of Homeland Security (DHS) is the third-largest federal department, with budget authority of approx. $60 billion. Since its inception in 2003, DHS has faced challenges strengthening its multiple management systems and processes. Some Members of Congress said that DHSäó»s componentsäó» budget requests do not provide sufficient detail to allow them to distinguish between funding for mission and management and administration (M&A) activities. This report addresses the following questions: (1) How have select DHS components defined and identified their M&A activities and spending, and to what extent are M&A data available from FY 1999 through 2013? (2) How has DHS identified M&A spending department-wide, and to what extent has DHS defined M&A activities and taken steps to enhance efforts to collect M&A data? Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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