HUD"s fiscal year 2000 budget request
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HUD"s fiscal year 2000 budget request additional analysis and justification needed for some programs : report to congressional requesters

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Written in English


  • United States. -- Dept. of Housing and Urban Development -- Appropriations and expenditures,
  • United States. -- Dept. of Housing and Urban Development -- Evaluation,
  • Housing -- United States -- Finance

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StatementUnited States General Accounting Office.
The Physical Object
Pagination53 p.
Number of Pages53
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17593657M

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The United States Federal Budget for Fiscal Year , was a spending request by President Bill Clinton to fund government operations for October September Figures shown in the spending request do not reflect the actual appropriations for Fiscal Year , which must be authorized by CongressSubmitted by: Bill Clinton. Results in Brief Out of its total fiscal year budget request of over $28 billion, HUD has requested $ million for 19 programs and initiatives that were not funded in fiscal year (see app. II). However, in our March testimony on HUD’s fiscal year budget request, we questioned HUD’s. The fiscal year Budget proposes $ billion for the HOME Investment Partnerships Program and other programs. The total of $ billion will provide $ billion for HOME regular grants, consisting of $ million for local Participating Jurisdictions, $ million . The Housing Fraud Initiative in Fiscal Year The Fiscal Year Budget request reflects a decrease in budget authority of $11, thousand, the proposed carryover of $7, thousand from the OIG's fiscal year appropriation, and an increase of .

A letter report issued by the General Accounting Office with an abstract that begins "Pursuant to a congressional request, GAO reviewed the Department of Housing and Urban Development's (HUD) fiscal year (FY) budget request, focusing on: (1) whether HUD has the capacity to implement, and adequate justification to support, the new or significantly expanded programs and initiatives included. The Murray-Ryan Bipartisan Budget Act of set the discretionary spending caps for FY and FY – The FY Omnibus provided HUD’s first full appropriations bill since FY, paving the way forward on important legislative initiatives, including the . The PBV program was enacted in , as part of the statutory merger of the certificate and voucher tenant-based assistance programs under the Quality Housing and Work Responsibility Act of Significant changes to the program were subsequently enacted in law in , by the Fiscal Year Appropriations Act, and in , by the Housing. Notes: For further action see H.R Consolidated appropriations act Roll Call Vote: 11/05/99 H.R Notes: Incorporated into Division B of the conference report for H.R Consolidated appropriations Act S Vote: 06/17/99 Roll .

Each fiscal year, OCR submits a budget request that outlines the funding requested for its operation. These annual budget requests are provided below. Fiscal Year Budget Request PDF (K) Fiscal Year Budget Request PDF (K) Fiscal Year Budget Request PDF (K). Budget Request Summary—Fiscal Year Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Overview The fiscal year (FY) president’s budget request for CDC is $ billion, a decrease of $ million from FY enacted. The requested amount includes $ billion in budget authority, $ million from the Prevention and Public Health Fund. (HUD) fiscal year budget request. Because HUD’s budget request was released only about 2 weeks ago, we can offer only a general discussion of its policy implications and program trade-offs. Accordingly, our objective today is to raise some issues for your consideration as you evaluate HUD’s fiscal year request and to identify. FISCAL YEAR BUDGET OF CHRISTINE TODD WHITMAN GOVERNOR OF NEW JERSEY TRANSMITTED TO THE SECOND ANNUAL SESSION OF THE TWO HUNDREDTH AND EIGHTH LEGISLATURE Mr. President, Mr. Speaker, Members of the Legislature: In accordance with the provisions of CB, I hereby submit my budget recommendations for fiscal year -