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FY 2011 Indian Affairs Budget. Mary Jane Miller (Budget Officer). FY 2011 IA Budget – GOAL. Improve Indian Country while supporting Secretarial Initiatives Focus on Secretarial Priorities Empowering Native American Communities Creating a New Energy Frontier

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Fy 2011 indian affairs budget

FY 2011 Indian Affairs Budget

Mary Jane Miller (Budget Officer)


Fy 2011 ia budget goal
FY 2011 IA Budget –GOAL

Improve Indian Country while supporting Secretarial Initiatives

  • Focus on Secretarial Priorities

    • Empowering Native American Communities

    • Creating a New Energy Frontier

    • Tackling Climate Impacts & Water Conservation

    • Creating a 21st Century Youth Conservation Corps

  • Promote Indian Country Priorities


Fy 2011 ia budget decision making process
FY 2011 IA Budget –Decision-Making Process

  • Approach

    • Input from Tribal Budget Advisory Committee (TBAC) & tribal budget subcommittee

    • Focused on Tribal & Indian Affairs’ Priorities

    • Priorities aligned with Secretarial Initiatives


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FY 2011 IA Budget –Decision-Making Process

  • National Budget Meeting – May 2009

  • Top 5 Priorities from Tribal Presentations at TBAC:

    • Natural Resources (11) [Water (7)]

    • Public Safety (11) [Tribal Courts (7); LE (7)]

    • Education (10) [JOM (8) Scholarships (6)]

    • Economic Development (7)

    • Contract Support (4)

  • OVERALL TBAC Priority: Tribal Priority Allocations


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FY 2011 IA Budget –Decision-Making Process

  • Gathered regional & central requirements

  • Coordinated with Tribal priorities

  • Senior managers & regional directors (3) negotiations

  • Tribal subcommittee negotiations with ASIA

  • PPA sought out performance info from individual managers (needs to be better)

  • Final Tribal/Indian Affairs 2011 proposal

    • At TARGET, +5%, and Over Target levels


Fy 2011 ia budget target submission
FY 2011 IA Budget –Target Submission

  • Target: $2.57B

    • $33.1M increase over FY 2010 Pres Budget

  • Target +5%: $2.694B

    • Increase of $123.6M

  • Additional Over-target: +$881M

    • Made up primarily of:

      • ILCA ($197M)

      • Forestry ($125M)

      • Construction ($254M)

      • Irrigation & Dams ($89M)


At all levels
At all Levels

  • $52.4M in 2011 Cost Savings

    • $50M -- one-time TCU forward-funding

    • $2.4M – completed Pueblo of Isleta Settlement

  • $27.9M in Fixed Costs (pay adjust; etc)



Empowering native american communities
Empowering Native American Communities

  • Protecting Indian Country

    Target: +$2.0M

    • $1M – Contract Bed Space

    • $1M – Correctional Officers

      +5% Over-target

      +$26M +$71.8M

      Detention/Corrections: +$10M

      LE Special Initiatives +$10M +$ 5.0M

      Indian Police Academy +$ 1M

      Native Falcon (IT) +$ 5.1M

      Facilities O&M (detention) +$ 5M +$ 7.0M

      Fac Replace/New Construct +$54.7M


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Empowering Native American Communities

  • Advancing Indian Education

    Target: +$9.9M

    • $3.9M – ISEP Security Issues

    • $2.0M – EQ audits at schools

    • $4.0M – Tribal Grant Support costs

      +5% Over-target

      +$33.7M +$159.6M

      Tribal Grant Spt Costs +$ 4.8M

      Facilities Operations +$ 4.0M

      Haskell & SIPI (Fwd Fund) +$13.0M

      Haskell & SIPI (new pgms) +$ 1.9M +$ 4.1M

      Education IT (Bright Eagle) +$ 1.9M

      Replacement Schools +$10.0M +$ 24.4M

      Replacement Facilities +$ 62.9M

      FI&R +$ 66.3M


Advancing indian education
Advancing Indian Education

  • Education Construction

    Replacement Schools:

    Circle of Life School, MN

    Blackfeet Dormitory, MT

    Beatrice Rafferty School, ME

    Replacement Facilities at 5 schools

    Major Facilities Improvement and Repair at 7 schools.

    Funding for advance planning & design, emergency repairs, & portable classroom buildings.


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Empowering Native American Communities

  • Advancing Nation to Nation Relationships:

    Target: +$19.2M

    • $10.0M – Contract Support

    • $2.0M – Indian Self Determination Fund

    • $1.0M – Awarding Officials (P.L. 638 contracts)

    • $1.0M – Rolls Research; Museum inventory compliance

    • $5.0M – TPA – Small & Needy; Current Services

    • $250K – Self-Governance Committee

      +5% Over-target

      +$29.6M +$121.0M

      Contract Support +$15.0M +$ 35.0M

      Social Services +$ 30.0M

      TPA Current Services +$10.0M +$ 10.0M

      TPA Small & Needy +$ 4.0M

      Facilities Replacement/Qtrs +$ 46.0M

      Various Admin Needs (ongoing) + $ .6M


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Empowering Native American Communities

  • Trust Land Management Reform

    Target:+$3.0M

    • $1.5M – ILCP acquisitions

    • $1.5M – Education in estate planning

      +5% Over-target

      Indian Land Consolidation +$ 3.0M +$197.0M


Tackling climate impacts
Tackling Climate Impacts

  • Trust Land Management Reform

    Target: +10.6M

    • Former Bennett Freeze -- $1.2M

    • Rights Protection -- $5.0M

    • Rangeland Development -- $4.0M

    • Tar Creek Superfund Staffing -- $400K

      +5% Over-target

      + $17.6M +$185.8M

      Endangered Species +$ 4.0M

      GIS & ESRI Licenses +$ 2.8M

      Rangeland Development +$ 3.1M

      NIIP On-Farm Lab +$ 4.0M

      Invasive Species/Nox Weed +$ 5.0M +$ 5.0M

      Minerals & Mining Projects +$ 0.5M

      Forestry Programs & Projects +$125.5M

      LTRO +$ 5.0M

      Lease Compliance +$ 5.0M +$ 1.0M

      Cadastral Surveys +$ 5.0M

      Navajo Indian Irrigation Project +$ 37.6M


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Empowering Native American Communities

  • Fulfilling Ongoing Commitments

    Target: +$5.2M

    • Public Affairs/Data Management -- $700K

    • Acquisition/Property Workforce -- $2.5M

    • Building Trades training -- $1.5M

    • National Indian Program Training Center -- $500K


Creating a new energy frontier
Creating a New Energy Frontier

Target: $2.5M

  • $1M – Fort Berthold Staff

    • Agency work on Indian Mineral Leasing & Development Activities

  • $500K – Fort Berthold “one-stop shop”

    • Oversee & expedite oil & gas development

    • Congressional initiative

  • $1M – Tribal Minerals & Mining Projects

    • Evaluate & develop energy & mineral resources on trust land for economic development


Water conservation
Water Conservation

Target: $3.8M +5%: $6.2M Over Target: $118.9M

  • Reduce overall risk of dams in BIA inventory to downstream communities

  • Repair & rehabilitation of irrigation infrastructure

  • Assist tribes in efficient utilization of their water resources

  • Establishing and defending Indian water rights through negotiations and/or litigation

  • Operation & maintenance costs on NIIP and other irrigation delivery systems


21 st century youth conservation corps
21st Century Youth Conservation Corps

Target: +$1.5M +5%: $3.5M Over target: +$16.7M

  • Fund training of unemployed and underemployed tribal members in a building trade.

  • Provide meaningful training opportunities in construction maintenance with OJT workforce training.

  • Provide career oriented youth work experience in natural resource conservation

  • Continues work begun with ARRA funding


Information technology
Information Technology

+5%: $4.0M Over Target: +$10.2M

  • Provide increased bandwidth for data circuits that support Indian Affairs Internet connectivity

  • Consolidate, optimize, & virtualize data centers and implement portals to replace current Intranet. (Green IT)

  • Improve security of Indian Affairs and Indian Education IT information & provide content filtering.

  • Provide disaster recovery support for the Information Portal Intranet and Internet sites through establishment of a second site.


Summary
Summary

  • Indian Affairs has historically been underfunded

  • Buying power has decreased over last 10 yrs

  • 2010 budget is the first increase in at least 5 years

  • Need to maintain the momentum

  • 2011 budget is focused on priorities

    • Advances Vision & Mission

    • Ensures Trust Responsibilities met

    • Supports Secretary’s Initiatives

    • Reflects needs & concerns of Tribal constituents

    • Preserves and enhances support functions which directly impact programs


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