2009 President’s Budget Rollout “Protecting Lives and Livelihoods” Vice Admiral Conrad C. Lautenbacher, Jr. U.S. Navy (Ret.) Under Secretary of Commerce

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<ul><li><p>2009 Presidents Budget Rollout</p><p>Protecting Lives and LivelihoodsVice Admiral Conrad C. Lautenbacher, Jr. U.S. Navy (Ret.)Under Secretary of Commerce for Oceans and AtmosphereFebruary 07, 2008</p></li><li><p>*AgendaFY 2007 Performance</p><p>FY 2009 Budget Highlights</p><p>Program Change Highlights</p></li><li><p>*FY 2007 Top AccomplishmentsMajor Contributor to Nobel Prize-Winning Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) Reports</p><p>Continued Implementation of the Magnuson-Stevens Act</p><p>GOES-R Program Moves Forward, Reaching Major Milestone </p><p>NWS Implements Storm-Based Warnings for Severe Weather Events</p><p>Fleet Modernization Proceeds Full Steam Ahead</p><p>New State-of-the-Art Satellite Facility Opens</p></li><li><p>*FY 2009 Budget ContextNOAA Services Crucial to Our Nations Competitiveness</p><p>Increasing Need to Monitor and Understand Global Climate Change </p><p>Increasing Pressure on Ocean and Coastal Resources</p><p>Severe Weather Affecting our Economy and Public Safety</p><p>NOAA Environmental Information Key to Millions of Decisions</p><p>Fiscal Environment Continues to Require Careful Resource Decisions</p></li><li><p>*NOAA Budget Trends($ in Billions)</p></li><li><p>*FY 2009 Budget HighlightsRequest of $4,109.8M is $202.6M or 5.2% above the FY 2008 Enacted Budget Supports Core Mission ServicesRestores Funding Levels from FY 2008 Presidents RequestProvides Funding for Inflation, Including the Pay RaiseSupports Key Capital Acquisition Needs for Satellites and FacilitiesContinues Investment in the Presidents Ocean InitiativeSupports Climate Change Research and ObservationsSupports Investments in Weather Forecast Infrastructure</p></li><li><p>*FY 2009 Budget Summary($ in millions)</p><p>FY 2008 EnactedFY 2009 Presidents RequestFY 2009 Request vs. FY 2008 Enacted ($)FY 2009 Request vs. FY 2008 Enacted (%)Operations Research and Facilities (ORF)$2,941.0$2,924.3($16.8)(0.6%)Procurement, Acquisition, and Construction (PAC)$979.2$1,240.7$261.526.7%Total (Net of Financing)$3,907.3$4,109.8$202.55.2%</p></li><li><p>*Outyear ORF and PAC Profiles</p></li><li><p>*Summary by Line Office($ in millions)</p><p>Line OfficeFY 2008 Presidents RequestFY 2008 EnactedFY 2009 Presidents RequestFY 2009 Request vs. FY 2008 Enacted ($)FY 2009 Request vs. FY 2008 Enacted (%)National Ocean Service$465.5$536.1$488.2($47.9)(8.9%)National Marine Fisheries Service$796.0$829.1$782.3($46.8)(5.6%)Office of Atmospheric Research$368.8$398.1$382.6($15.4)(3.9%)National Weather Service$903.5$911.4$930.7$19.32.1%National Environmental Satellite, Data &amp; Information Service$978.3$955.1$1,157.9$202.821.2%Program Support/Marine &amp; Aviation Operations$442.1$445.7$519.1$73.316.5%Total (Net of Financing)$3,815.4$3,907.3$4,109.8$202.65.2%</p></li><li><p>*FY 2009 Program Increase HighlightsSustaining Critical OperationsSupporting the Presidents Ocean InitiativeImproving Weather Warnings &amp; ForecastsClimate Monitoring and PredictionsCritical Facility Investments</p></li><li><p>*Sustaining Critical OperationsInflationary Costs (Adjustments to Base) +$42.0MNumber One Priority for NOAACritical for Sustaining NOAAs Services and MissionFunds 2.9% Federal Pay Raise for NOAA WorkforceNOAA spends $1.2B in Labor Compensation for Over 12,000 FTERepresents 43% of the ORF BudgetFunds Non-labor inflation for Rent, Utilities, &amp; Contracts</p><p>People are the Key to Science that Adds Value</p></li><li><p>*People and Infrastructure are the Core of NOAAs Mission ServicesSustaining Critical Operations($ in millions)</p><p>RequestAmountProgram ChangeO&amp;M for Aircraft$30.0+$4.0RAINIER Major Repair Period$6.1+$6.1Vessel Calibration$1.0+$1.0Maritime Crew &amp; Safety Rotation$2.5+$1.7Acquisitions &amp; Grants$13.9+$1.2</p></li><li><p>*Sustaining Critical OperationsSatellites and Information provide over 90% of the data used in todays weather forecast models($ in millions)</p><p>RequestAmountProgram ChangeGOES R$477.0 +$242.2GOES NP$73.3($7.0)POES K-N$65.4($48.9)NPOESS$288.0($43.0)Satellite Operations$77.8+$1.0</p></li><li><p>*Supporting the Presidents Ocean InitiativeRecreational Fisheries Generate Over $30B in Sales and 350,000 Jobs per YearMagnuson-Stevens Reauthorization($ in millions)</p><p>RequestAmountProgram ChangeAnnual Catch &amp; Stock Limits$14.5+$13.5Limited Access Privilege Programs$6.0+$4.8Recreational Fisheries Information$6.2+$3.0Cooperative Research$1.2+$1.2Deep Sea Corals$1.5+$1.5Illegal, Unregulated, &amp; Unreported Enforcement$2.6+$1.1</p></li><li><p>*Supporting the Presidents Ocean InitiativeCoastal and marine waters generate over $63 billion annually in goods and services($ in millions)</p><p>RequestAmountProgram ChangeImprovements to Navigation Services$3.7+$3.7Marine Debris$4.0+$4.0Ocean Observations (IOOS)$21.1+$7.0Research: Hurricane Hazards &amp; Watershed Influences$5.0+$5.0Research: Sensors for Marine Ecosystems$5.0+$5.0CELCP$15.0+$7.0</p></li><li><p>*Improving Weather Warnings &amp; ForecastsNOAAs forecasts, warnings, and associated emergency responses result in $3 billion in savings in a typical hurricane season($ in millions)</p><p>RequestAmountProgram ChangeLocal Warnings &amp; Forecasts Base Restoration $10.1+$10.1Hurricane Forecasting Improvements $5.3+$5.3All Hazards NOAA Weather Radio$11.3+$2.9AWIPS Technology Infusion$19.1+$6.6Profiler Network Conversion$9.7+$4.8</p></li><li><p>*Climate Monitoring and PredictionsDuring 1980-2003, the U.S. sustained 58 weather or climate-related disasters, with damages and costs exceeding $1 billion per event($ in millions)</p><p>RequestAmountProgram ChangeSatellite Climate Sensors$74.0+$74.0National Integrated Drought Information System $10.4+$2.0Unmanned Aircraft Systems$6.3+$3.3Ocean Current Circulation$5.0+$1.0TAO Array Refresh$4.2+$1.1</p></li><li><p>*Critical Facilities InvestmentsProviding a safe, efficient work environment is a top priority for NOAA($ in millions)</p><p>RequestAmountProgram ChangePacific Regional Center$60.3+$40.3Southwest Fisheries Science Center$15.0+$12.1Fairbanks Command &amp; Data Acquisition Station$11.7+$11.7</p></li><li><p>*SummaryNOAA Services are Critical to the Nation</p><p>Budget Request Funds Our Highest Priorities</p><p>Support from Our Constituents and Congress is Critical</p></li><li><p>*NOAA Budget InformationBlue Book and Briefing:http://www.noaa.gov</p><p>Budget QuestionsAskNOAABudget@noaa.gov</p><p>****NOAA Services Crucial to Our Nations CompetitivenessWeather and climate sensitive industries account for over 30% of GDP or 4 trillion dollars in FY 2006NOAA services contribute over $40 billions per year in economic benefits from fisheries to transportation to weather and climateIncreasing Need to Monitoring and Understand Global Climate ChangeEconomies and Ecosystems around the globe are impacted by climate changeNOAAs mission to monitor, understand, and forecast in this area are critical to U.S. economic and national security Increasing Pressure on Ocean and Coastal ResourcesOver 153 million Americans live in coastal counties on increase 33 million since 198010 of the 15 most populated counties are in coastal communitiesTrend has placed increasing pressure of ocean and coastal resources including fisheries and critical coastal habitat Severe Weather Impacting Our Economy and Public SafetyExtreme weather events continue to impact the US from flooding to drought and hurricanesNOAA is well positioned to protect lives and livelihoodsNOAA Environmental Information Key to Millions of DecisionsWe are living in an information age with a service based economyNOAA weather, climate, coastal, and fisheries data impacts millions of decision every days All economic sectors use NOAA environmental data, from transportation sectors, financial markets, and emergency management *The Presidents Budget has had steady growth since 2001. Increases have been necessary to fund inflation and recapitalization effortsCongressional Budget has remained almost flat since FY 2005, presenting a challenge for us to maintain current servicesThis is the first year the Presidents Request has been above the previous years enacted Level</p><p>*Most of the increase in FY 2009 represents planned increases for capital acquisitions including satellites and facilitiesOf the $443.6M in program changes, $373.2M or 84% is for PAC capital acquisitions (Satellites and facilities)Budget continues support of our core mission services from weather to fisheriesImportant year for GOES-R and key facilities projects including the Southwest Fisheries Science Center, the PRC, and Fairbanks$49.1M ORF increases dedicated to the Presidents Ocean Initiative, including implementation of the MSA to meet our commitments and legal deadlinesRequest includes $81.4M in climate related investments to both improve our ability to monitor global climate change and predict drought through NIDIS:$74.0M Climate Sensor (CERES and TSIS) development$2.0M NIDIS </p><p>*Chart represents buildup from the FY 2008 Enacted LevelATBs are again our top priority. This request funds the mandatory federal pay raise at 2.9% and funds our non-labor inflation as wellORF increases include base restoration funds to bring the Enacted level back in line with the FY08 Presidents RequestPAC increases include GOES-R ($235.2M) and the three facilities projects ($64.0M)**Planned investments in satellites and facilities drive increases in NESDIS and Program SupportOtherwise, a mostly balanced portfolio of increases across the line officesNESDIS is the largest increase due to the planned ramp up in the GOES-R seriesProgram Support increases reflect the investment in priority facility projects such as the PRC, the replacement Southwest Fisheries Science Center Lab, and the Fairbanks Satellite FacilityNOS increases include support for the new Marine Debris program, continued support for IOOS, and restorations of base funding for the Response and Restoration programNMFS increases address statutory requirements for the MSAOAR increases focus on the National Integrated Drought Information System (NIDIS) as well as Climate researchNWS increases focus on investments to existing systems and networks (Weather Radio, AWIPS, CRS), as well as restoration of base funding throughout the Line OfficeOMAO increases include operational costs for aircraft, major repairs for the RAINIER, and maritime crew safety*The remaining slides provide increase highlights for each of these priority areas.*ATBs are our number one priorityThese resources are critical to sustain our mission servicesBackup Point:Inflationary costs (Adjustments to Base) contain:$42.0 in Calculated ATBsXxx in Labor CostsXXX in Non-labor costs*We need these investments to sustain our critical mission services from monitoring hurricanes to processing our grants and acquisitions.O&amp;M for Aircraft: +$4.0MProvides 1,295 additional flight hours for current and new missions for a total of 2,845 flight hoursAdditional flight hours address program needs for hurricane intensity and tracking forecasts, winter storm forecasts, coastal mapping flights, as well as flood and tsunami inunation mapping needsCurrently, we can only fund 90% of hurricane flight needs, 80% of winter storms tracking needs, and 30% of coastal &amp; tsunami mapping needsFY07: $18.7M; FY08: $25.2M; FY09: $30.0MRAINIER MRP: +$6.1MRAINIER is 39 years old, and NOAAs most productive hydrographic survey vesselMRP will extend service life by up to 15 yearsAnticipate the ship will begin MRP in 11/09, with a 6-7 month repair periodMaintains RAINIERs operational tempo until replacement obtainedLost cost way to meet our mapping needs in the PacificFY07: $0.0; FY08: $0.0M; FY09: $6.1MVessel Calibration: +$1.0MBELL M. SHIMADA comes online in FY09 and must be calibrated with the DAVID STARR JORDAN to ensure consistency in the time-series across vesselsIncrease provides for 18 month calibration period for ground fish, Pacific whiting, PacNW marine mammal, and ecosystem monitoringFY07: $0.0; FY08: $0.0M; FY09: $1.0MMaritime Crew &amp; Safety Rotation: +$1.7MReflects an FY08 increase requested but not granted by FY08 omnibus language$1.7M improves crew safety &amp; rotation on 7 of NOAAs 20 active vessels, and lowers attrition rate from 235 to 19%. Provides for 29 new FTEFY07: $0.0; FY08: $0.0M; FY09: $1.7MAcquisition &amp; Grants: +$1.2MNOAA processes grants and contract awards totaling approx. $2B annuallyUnlike other agencies, NOAA does not have an org. dedicated to oversight of the AGO functionRequest provides for additional staff capacity to provide oversight and improve processFY07: $12.2M; FY08: $12.7M; FY09: $13.9M*Theme for this slide:This is a key year for our satellite activitiesThe GOES N, POES K-N and NPOESS all have planned deceases in FY 09 that track with procurement schedules for these program. NPOESS has been rebaselined and our new management team is aggressively managing cost, schedule, and performance. Very important year for GOES R. The ramp up for FY 09 is consistent with the plans from FY 08 Presidents Budget We need to sustain continuity of our GOES observations with the planned launch of GOES R in FY 2014Yes, they are expensive, complicated, and take time to build but are also absolutely essential to our weather &amp; climate servicesGOES-R: +242.2MFunding initiates the development and production phases for the Acquisitions &amp; Operations phase including:GOES-R represents a huge leap in capability from monitoring hurricanes to detecting severe weather over the open oceanFY07: $253M: FY08: $234.5M; FY09: $477.0MOcean Surface Vector Winds: +$3.0MIncrease beings efforts to address potential gap in ocean surface vector wind obs following NASAs*******</p></li></ul>