February 27, 2014 - Energy Communities Alliance

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Budget Update and Program Outlook
Terry Tyborowski
Deputy Assistant Secretary,
Program Planning and Budget for Environmental Management
February 27, 2014
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EM Budget Update
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Budget Timeline: FY 2013
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Sep. 28th: Six month
CR passed
to
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March 26th: full-year CR
(with sequestration)
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Mar.
Jan. 1st: Congress passed
a two month delay to
sequestration
Apr.
May
Jun.
July – Sep.
May 15th: Reprogramming to
align funding within program
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Budget Timeline: FY 2014 Events and FY 2015 Outlook
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Oct. 1st – 16th: Lapse in
appropriations severely
impacts EM operations
Dec 26th: Bipartisan
Budget Act of 2013
signed into law
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Oct. 17th – Jan. 18th: EM
fundingat $4.9B level
($700M below request)
President releases FY
2015 Budget
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Oct. 17tH: Congress passes
Continuing Resolution, ending
lapse in appropriations
Jan 17th: Full-year
appropriation funds EM
$208M above request
Apr.
May
Jun.
July – Sep.
Sep. 30th – Deadline for
Congress to pass an
appropriation for FY 2015
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FY 2014 Budget Passed January 17th, 2014
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Congressional Hearing Room
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Temporary Relief from the Budget Control Act of 2011
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The Bipartisan Budget Act of 2013
 Sets overall discretionary
spending for the current fiscal
year at $1.012 trillion—about
halfway between the Senate
budget level of $1.058 trillion
and the House budget level of
$967 billion.
 The agreement would provide
$63 billion in sequester relief
over two years, split evenly
between defense and nondefense programs.
 In fiscal year 2014, defense
discretionary spending would
be set at $520.5 billion, and
non-defense discretionary
spending would be set at
$491.8 billion.
 Sequester relief in 2014 and
2015 is fully offset by savings
elsewhere in the federal
budget.
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EM’s Recent Budget History
6,500
$411M Funding
Reduction from
Sequestration
(dollars in millions)
6,000
Funding Increase in FY14
Omnibus Appropriation
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$319M Reduction
from CR Rules
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4,500
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5,830
5,710
5,299
4,000
4,980*
3,500
3,000
2012
2013
2014 (CR)
2014 (Omnibus)
*Annualized funding level from the temporary continuing resolution
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EM Long-Term Budget History
Historical EM
Average
Funding Level:
$6.2 billion
$8.0
$7.0
$6.0
$6.7
$7.0
$7.0
$7.3
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$6.0
$5.7
$5.0
$6.0
$6.0
$5.8
$5.7
$5.7
$5.3
$4.9
$4.0
$3.0
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$2.0
$1.0
$0.0
FY02 FY03 FY04 FY05 FY06 FY07 FY08 FY09 FY09 FY10 FY11 FY12 FY13 FY14 FY14
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CR
Exec.
(Dollars in billions)
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EM’s FY 2014 Budget: Funding by Mission Area
$414M
Total Funding:
$5.830 Billion
$155M
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$2,007M
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$797M
*Includes Program Direction, Program
Support, TDD, Post Closure
Administration and Community and
Regulatory Support
$855M
$1,160M
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EM Funding by Site in FY 2014
Total Funding:
$5.830 Billion
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Key Planned Activities for FY 2014
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Operational Tank Closures 5 & 6 – SRS, SC
Waste Shipment – Carlsbad, NM
IWTU Hot Operations – Idaho National Lab, ID
K-25 D&D – Oak Ridge, TN
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Strategic
Planning
Initiatives
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Impact of Funding Reductions on Purchasing Power
$10,000
$9,000
$8,000
Current Dollars (Millions)
$7,000
continues to
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Remaining dollars
available for progress
continues to decrease
 EM’s funding is divided
between two main
categories: The costs of
maintaining a safe, secure
and operations ready
posture (“Maintenance
Dollars”) and the costs of
performing active cleanup
work (“Progress Dollars”).
$6,000
$5,000
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Progress Dollars
$4,000
 Funding reductions
disproportionately impact
“Progress Dollars,” since
maintenance costs are
largely fixed.
$3,000
$2,000
Maintenance Dollars
$1,000
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 High maintenance costs
are driven in part by the
78 Hazard Category 2 and
3 Nuclear Facilities
managed by EM (more
than any other DOE
program).
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Path Forward
 Complete evaluation of infrastructure
and maintenance activities in order to:
o Identify specific activities
o Understand requirements driving
those activities
o Compare information/best
practices across sites
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Hanford River Corridor cleanup
Evaluate effectiveness of
improvements on an annual basis,
propose improvements to the
initiatives, and implement best
practices complex-wide
Idaho facility demolition
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EM Online Timeline
 EM is developing a timeline that will show historical accomplishments at each site and tell the story of
the EM mission.
 The timeline will be viewable at the complex level and will also be viewable by site, by state, and by
mission area.
 Links to videos, photos, documents, presentations, and other materials for each event will provide a
wide range of historical information in one centralized location.
 The timeline is not a static application and will be updated as accomplishments warrant. Planned, future
events may be added at a later time.
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