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PDI Army Day May 27, 2009. The Leftover Charts. FY 2009 Where are we? Closing out FY09. FY 2010 How does it compare to FY09? Getting ready for FY10. FY09 Execution Timeline. Today. Memorial Day Recess: 25-29 May . July 4 th Recess: 29 Jun–3 Jul. August Recess: 10 Aug–7 Sep. 3.

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PDI Army DayMay 27, 2009

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The Leftover Charts

  • FY 2009

    • Where are we?

    • Closing out FY09.

  • FY 2010

    • How does it compare to FY09?

    • Getting ready for FY10.

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FY09 Execution Timeline


Memorial Day Recess: 25-29 May

July 4th Recess: 29 Jun–3 Jul

August Recess: 10 Aug–7 Sep


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FY09 OCO Congressional Marks

As of 22 May 09 ($M)

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Closing Out FY09

  • Resolving the FY09 Shortfall in MilPers

  • Funding Other High Priority Requirements

  • BRAC

  • Global Network Enterprise Construct

  • Leadership Issues

  • Distributing and Executing the Supplemental

  • Reset

  • Transportation

  • CERP

  • Posture for transition into FY10.



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Budget Cycle Actions

OMA & MPA Exhausted During July

  • Multiple Budgets Working

  • Each budget action affects / shapes others

  • Compressed time schedule

  • Significant demand/stress on HQDA Staff

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FY10 Budget

DoD’s Major Objectives

…Reaffirm our commitment to take care of the all-volunteer force, which, in my view represents America’s greatest strategic asset

…Rebalance this department’s programs in order to institutionalize and enhance our capabilities to fight the wars we are in today and the scenarios we are most likely to face in the years ahead, [all] while providing a hedge against other risks and contingencies.

…Reform how and what we buy, meaning a fundamental overhaul of our approach to procurement, acquisition, and contracting

Resource Management Decision (RMD) 802 Adjustments to the Army

  • Incorporated MRAPs

  • Directed FCS restructure

  • Added ISR capability

  • Reduced Stryker (MGS & delays NBCRV)

  • Increased rotary wing training pilots, aircraft and enablers

  • Halted AC growth at 45 BCTs

  • Transferred JCA to USAF

  • Deferred Global Basing actions

  • Reduced MILCON

  • Reduced Recruiting & Retention

  • Directed civilian in-sourcing and reduced contract support

Used FCS & other procurement programs to fund Army endstrength

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FY10 Obligation Authority



(Base Realignment and Closure)

(Homeowner’s Assistance Program)

* AWCF = $38.5M

Overseas Contingency Operations


Numbers may not add due to rounding

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FY09 - FY10 Budget Summary

Comparison of Changes

Base Budget

OCO Budget

Total Budget

FY10 Army figures are preliminary based on draft Resource Management Documents

“… a budget crafted to reshape the priorities of America's defense establishment.”

Secretary Gates April 6, 2009

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Back to Work

Thank you for what you do for the Army and this Nation!