Budget Execution and Administrative Analysis Division
The Budget Execution and Administrative Analysis Division is responsible for formulating, presenting, analyzing, and executing the Department's administrative budget, interpreting budget execution policies and procedures, establishing and maintaining a Department wide budget execution system for all Department program and administrative funds, analyzing and providing input on Department financial and accounting systems, analyzing Department financial and accounting data, and preparing and analyzing outlays and outlay estimates.
The Division comprises two branches—the Administrative Analysis Branch, and the Budget Execution Analysis Branch. Each Branch:
Works in concert with other Budget Service offices to ensure proper execution of funds appropriated or transferred to or collected by the Department by reviewing, approving, and processing apportionments to OMB(Office of Management and Budget), warrant, borrowing, and nonexpenditure requests to Treasury, cooperative and interagency agreements, and interdepartmental transfers of funds; issuing allotments of funds; and monitoring and analyzing the financial activity of all Department funds.
Works with OCFO(Office of Chief Fianancial Officer) and other Department offices in a wide variety of situations that affect the execution and management of the budget, e.g., continuing resolution funding levels, financial reporting and budgetary accounting, managing the use of object classes, and reviewing budget operating plans.
Monitors outlays, develops outlay estimates and projections, compares estimated to actual spending patterns, and ensures adherence to congressional and Presidential ceilings and reductions.
Works on activities related to reprogramming actions, supplementals, rescissions, and deferrals.
The Budget Execution Analysis Branch additionally is responsible for establishing...