Audit of Legislative and Public Affairs Expenses in the Department of Justice

Audit Report 08-25
July 2008
Office of the Inspector General


Appendix II
Detailed Component Expense and Staffing Data

ANTITRUST DIVISION34

Background Information: The Antitrust Divisionís (ATR) mission is to promote and protect the competitive process, and the American economy, through the enforcement of antitrust laws.

LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS FUNCTIONS

Entity Performing Legislative Affairs
ATR Legal Policy Section

Types of Legislative Affairs Performed
Coordinating with OLA on matters associated with antitrust enforcement, such as responding to incoming congressional inquiries, testifying before congressional committees, and proposing new legislation or changes to antitrust law.

Additional Information
ATR estimated that the one staff performing legislative affairs functions did so on a collateral basis, spending 40 percent of their time on legislative affairs in FY 2007.

LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS
Personnel Expenses $ 50,731
Non-Personnel Expenses $ 0
TOTAL EXPENSES $50,731
Number of Headquarters Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Headquarters Staff: Collateral 1
Total Number of Headquarters Staff 1
Number of Field Office Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Field Office Staff 0
TOTAL STAFF 1
PUBLIC AFFAIRS FUNCTIONS

Entity Performing Public Affairs
PAO and one ATR staff detailed to PAO

Types of Public Affairs Performed
Providing assistance to PAO on antitrust public affairs matters.

Additional Information
For FY 2007, ATR had one position detailed to PAO on a non-reimbursable basis for the entire fiscal year. This position was included in ATR’s expenses. Additionally, ATR entered into a reimbursable agreement for the services of one PAO staff. ATR reimbursed the salary and benefits of this individual for the entire fiscal year. This position and related expenses were not included in ATR’s data because it was included in PAO’s.

PUBLIC AFFAIRS
Personnel Expenses $ 58,080
Non-Personnel Expenses $ 0
TOTAL EXPENSES $58,080
Number of Headquarters Staff: Full-Time 1
Number of Headquarters Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Headquarters Staff 1
Number of Field Office Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Field Office Staff 0
TOTAL STAFF 1


BUREAU OF ALCOHOL, TOBACCO, FIREARMS AND EXPLOSIVES

Background Information: The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) is a principal law enforcement agency within the DOJ dedicated to preventing terrorism, reducing violent crime, and protecting the nation.

LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS FUNCTIONS

Entity Performing Legislative Affairs
ATF’s Office of Public and Governmental Affairs

Types of Legislative Affairs Performed
Coordinating legislative activity, acting as a liaison for communications between Congress and ATF, preparing and managing testimony for hearings, reviewing proposed legislation and advising ATF executives on legislative affairs.

Additional Information
During FY 2007, 2 of the 13 legislative affairs staff were detailed to the House Judiciary Committee and the House Committee on Appropriations on a non-reimbursable basis to provide technical support to the committees.

LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS
Personnel Expenses $ 1,389,305
Non-Personnel Expenses $ 26,592
TOTAL EXPENSES $1,415,897
Number of Headquarters Staff: Full-Time 13
Number of Headquarters Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Headquarters Staff 13
Number of Field Office Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Field Office Staff 0
TOTAL STAFF 13
PUBLIC AFFAIRS FUNCTIONS

Entity Performing Public Affairs
ATF’s Office of Public and Governmental Affairs and ATF’s field divisions

Types of Public Affairs Performed
Providing information on ATF’s activities, priorities and policies to the media and to the public.

Additional Information
During FY 2007, 15 public affairs staff were within the ATF’s Office of Public and Governmental Affairs and 23 public affairs staff were located at ATF field divisions.

PUBLIC AFFAIRS
Personnel Expenses $ 5,355,929
Non-Personnel Expenses $ 125,656
TOTAL EXPENSES $5,481,585
Number of Headquarters Staff: Full-Time 15
Number of Headquarters Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Headquarters Staff 15
Number of Field Office Staff: Full-Time 23
Number of Field Office Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Field Office Staff 23
TOTAL STAFF 38


CIVIL DIVISION

Background Information: The Civil Division (CIV) represents the United States, its agencies, and its employees in general civil litigation that is not within the specialized fields of other divisions of the Department.

LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS FUNCTIONS

Entity Performing Legislative Affairs
One CIV staff detailed to OLA

Types of Legislative Affairs Performed
None

Additional Information
During FY 2007 the Civil Division detailed 1 staff member to OLA on a non-reimbursable basis for a 12-month period that included the last month of FY 2007 and continued into FY 2008.

LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS
Personnel Expenses $ 10,202
Non-Personnel Expenses $ 0
TOTAL EXPENSES $10,202
Number of Headquarters Staff: Full-Time 1
Number of Headquarters Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Headquarters Staff 1
Number of Field Office Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Field Office Staff 0
TOTAL STAFF 1
PUBLIC AFFAIRS FUNCTIONS

Entity Performing Public Affairs
None

Types of Public Affairs Performed
None

Additional Information
None

PUBLIC AFFAIRS
Personnel Expenses $ 0
Non-Personnel Expenses $ 0
TOTAL EXPENSES $ 0
Number of Headquarters Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Headquarters Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Headquarters Staff 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Field Office Staff 0
TOTAL STAFF 0


CIVIL RIGHTS DIVISION

Background Information: The Civil Rights Division (CRT) is the program institution within the federal government responsible for enforcing federal statutes prohibiting discrimination on the basis of race, sex, disability, religion and national origin.

LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS FUNCTIONS

Entity Performing Legislative Affairs

CRT Office of the Assistant Attorney General

Types of Legislative Affairs Performed

Reviewing proposed legislation, views letters, and statements of administrative policy; preparing personnel to testify before Congress; drafting and reviewing witness testimony; and responding to congressional inquiries, including questions for the record and official correspondence.

Additional Information

CRT estimated that in FY 2007 two staff performed legislative affairs functions as a significant collateral duty, estimated at an average of 45 percent of the individuals’ workload.

LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS
Personnel Expenses $ 85,461
Non-Personnel Expenses $ 11,497
TOTAL EXPENSES $96,958
Number of Headquarters Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Headquarters Staff: Collateral 2
Total Number of Headquarters Staff 2
Number of Field Office Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Field Office Staff 0
TOTAL STAFF 2
PUBLIC AFFAIRS FUNCTIONS

Entity Performing Public Affairs

CRT Office of the Assistant Attorney General

Types of Public Affairs Performed

Drafting and editing press releases regarding CRT cases, accomplishments and events; drafting and editing responses to media inquiries; providing advice on responding to media; and preparing DOJ personnel for media interviews.

Additional Information

CRT estimated that in FY 2007 one staff performed public affairs functions as a significant collateral duty, estimated at 25 percent of the individual’s workload.

PUBLIC AFFAIRS
Personnel Expenses $ 13,101
Non-Personnel Expenses $ 4,268
TOTAL EXPENSES $17,369
Number of Headquarters Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Headquarters Staff: Collateral 1
Total Number of Headquarters Staff 1
Number of Field Office Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Field Office Staff 0
TOTAL STAFF 1


COMMUNITY RELATIONS SERVICE

Background Information: The Community Relations Service (CRS) is dedicated to assist State and local units of government, private and public organizations, and community groups with preventing and resolving racial and ethnic tensions, incidents, and civil disorders, and in restoring racial stability and harmony.

LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS FUNCTIONS

Entity Performing Legislative Affairs
None

Types of Legislative Affairs Performed
None

Additional Information
None

LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS
Personnel Expenses $ 0
Non-Personnel Expenses $ 0
TOTAL EXPENSES $ 0
Number of Headquarters Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Headquarters Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Headquarters Staff 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Field Office Staff 0
TOTAL STAFF 0
PUBLIC AFFAIRS FUNCTIONS

Entity Performing Public Affairs
CRS Headquarters

Types of Public Affairs Performed
Performing media relations and other functions of CRS spokesperson.

Additional Information
CRS stated that its Media Affairs Position was vacant for the majority of FY 2007.

PUBLIC AFFAIRS
Personnel Expenses $ 172,490
Non-Personnel Expenses $ 12,505
TOTAL EXPENSES $184,995
Number of Headquarters Staff: Full-Time 1
Number of Headquarters Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Headquarters Staff 1
Number of Field Office Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Field Office Staff 0
TOTAL STAFF 1


CRIMINAL DIVISION

Background Information: The Criminal Division (CRM) develops, enforces, and supervises the application of all federal criminal laws except those specifically assigned to other divisions. CRM has the responsibility of overseeing criminal matters under the more than 900 statutes as well as certain civil litigation.

LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS FUNCTIONS

Entity Performing Legislative Affairs

CRM Office of Policy and Legislation

Types of Legislative Affairs Performed

Responding to requests - primarily from OLA and the Office of Management and Budget - for substantive drafting, review and comment on matters relating to congressional oversight of the DOJ, such as questions for the record, briefing papers, and testimony.

Additional Information

CRM estimated that in FY 2007 two staff performed legislative affairs functions as a significant collateral duty, estimated at 25 percent of the individuals’ workload. Additionally, CRM had one program analyst detailed to OLA on a non-reimbursable basis for 4 months.

LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS
Personnel Expenses $ 158,258
Non-Personnel Expenses $ 3,718
TOTAL EXPENSES $161,976
Number of Headquarters Staff: Full-Time 1
Number of Headquarters Staff: Collateral 2
Total Number of Headquarters Staff 3
Number of Field Office Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Field Office Staff 0
TOTAL STAFF 3
PUBLIC AFFAIRS FUNCTIONS

Entity Performing Public Affairs

PAO

Types of Public Affairs Performed

None

Additional Information

In FY 2007, CRM entered into a reimbursable agreement for the services of one PAO staff. CRM reimbursed the salary and benefits of this individual for the entire fiscal year. This position and related expenses were not included in CRM’s data because it was included in PAO’s.

PUBLIC AFFAIRS
Personnel Expenses $ 0
Non-Personnel Expenses $ 0
TOTAL EXPENSES $ 0
Number of Headquarters Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Headquarters Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Headquarters Staff 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Field Office Staff 0
TOTAL STAFF 0


DRUG ENFORCEMENT ADMINISTRATION

Background Information: The Drug Enforcement Administrationís (DEA) mission is to enforce the controlled substances laws and regulations of the United States and bring to the criminal and civil justice system of the United States, or any other competent jurisdiction, those organizations and principal members of organizations, involved in the growing, manufacture, or distribution of controlled substances appearing in or destined for illicit traffic in the United States.

LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS FUNCTIONS

Entity Performing Legislative Affairs

DEA Office of Congressional and Public Affairs

Types of Legislative Affairs Performed

Responding to congressional requests, ranging from member information requests, constituent information requests, topic‑specific briefing requests, and documented conversations with congressional staff. The Office of Congressional Affairs is also DEA’s liaison with OLA.

Additional Information

DEA estimated that in addition to the full-time staff, in FY 2007 one staff performed legislative affairs functions as a significant collateral duty, estimated at 25 percent of the individual’s workload.

LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS
Personnel Expenses $ 1,321,621
Non-Personnel Expenses $ 170,660
TOTAL EXPENSES $1,492,281
Number of Headquarters Staff: Full-Time 10
Number of Headquarters Staff: Collateral 1
Total Number of Headquarters Staff 11
Number of Field Office Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Field Office Staff 0
TOTAL STAFF 11
PUBLIC AFFAIRS FUNCTIONS

Entity Performing Public Affairs

DEA Office of Congressional and Public Affairs and DEA’s field divisions and offices

Types of Public Affairs Performed

Liaison with media and the public.

Additional Information

DEA estimated that in addition to the full‑time staff, in FY 2007 19 staff performed public affairs functions as a significant collateral duty, estimated at an average of 29 percent of the individuals’ workload.

PUBLIC AFFAIRS
Personnel Expenses $ 3,353,697
Non-Personnel Expenses $ 449,268
TOTAL EXPENSES $3,802,965
Number of Headquarters Staff: Full-Time 8
Number of Headquarters Staff: Collateral 7
Total Number of Headquarters Staff 15
Number of Field Office Staff: Full-Time 9
Number of Field Office Staff: Collateral 12
Total Number of Field Office Staff 21
TOTAL STAFF 36


ENVIRONMENT AND NATURAL RESOURCES DIVISION

Background Information: The Environmental and Natural Resources Divisionís (ENRD) mission is, through litigation in the federal and state courts, to safeguard and enhance the American environment; acquire and manage public lands and natural resources; and protect and manage Indian rights and property.

LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS FUNCTIONS

Entity Performing Legislative Affairs
One ENRD Law and Policy Section staff detailed to OLA

Types of Legislative Affairs Performed
None

Additional Information
For FY 2007, ENRD had one staff detailed to OLA on a non-reimbursable basis for 4 months.

LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS
Personnel Expenses $ 34,074
Non-Personnel Expenses $ 11,214
TOTAL EXPENSES $45,288
Number of Headquarters Staff: Full-Time 1
Number of Headquarters Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Headquarters Staff 1
Number of Field Office Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Field Office Staff 0
TOTAL STAFF 1
PUBLIC AFFAIRS FUNCTIONS

Entity Performing Public Affairs
None

Types of Public Affairs Performed
None

Additional Information
None

PUBLIC AFFAIRS
Personnel Expenses $ 0
Non-Personnel Expenses $ 0
TOTAL EXPENSES $ 0
Number of Headquarters Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Headquarters Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Headquarters Staff 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Field Office Staff 0
TOTAL STAFF 0


EXECUTIVE OFFICE FOR IMMIGRATION REVIEW

Background Information: The Executive Office for Immigration Reviewís (EOIR) primary mission is to adjudicate immigration cases in a careful and timely manner, including cases involving detained aliens, and aliens seeking asylum as a form of relief from removal, while ensuring the standards of due process and fair treatment for all parties involved.

LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS FUNCTIONS

Entity Performing Legislative Affairs
EOIR Office of Management Programs

Types of Legislative Affairs Performed
Responding to congressional correspondence and requests for case status information; and responding to DOJ in preparing and reviewing testimony, legislation, etc.

Additional Information
For FY 2007, EOIR had two attorney advisors detailed to OLA on a non-reimbursable basis for the entire fiscal year. Additionally, five EOIR Office of Legislative and Public Affairs staff performed both legislative and public affairs functions. Therefore, EOIR split the expenses of the five staff evenly between public and legislative affairs.

LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS
Personnel Expenses $ 582,529
Non-Personnel Expenses $ 65,552
TOTAL EXPENSES $648,081
Number of Headquarters Staff: Full-Time 5
Number of Headquarters Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Headquarters Staff 5
Number of Field Office Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Field Office Staff 0
TOTAL STAFF 5
PUBLIC AFFAIRS FUNCTIONS

Entity Performing Public Affairs
EOIR Office of Legislative and Public Affairs (within the Office of Management Programs)

Types of Public Affairs Performed
Responding to the media and general public regarding EOIR programs, policy, case status, etc.

Additional Information
The five EOIR Office of Legislative and Public Affairs staff performed both legislative and public affairs functions. Therefore, EOIR split the expenses of the five staff evenly between public and legislative affairs.

PUBLIC AFFAIRS
Personnel Expenses $ 255,222
Non-Personnel Expenses $ 65,552
TOTAL EXPENSES $ 320,774
Number of Headquarters Staff: Full-Time 2
Number of Headquarters Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Headquarters Staff 2
Number of Field Office Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Field Office Staff 0
TOTAL STAFF 2


EXECUTIVE OFFICE FOR UNITED STATES ATTORNEYS AND 58 UNITED STATES ATTORNEYS OFFICES

Background Information: The Executive Office for U.S. Attorneys (EOUSA) provides the 93 U.S. Attorneys with general executive assistance and direction; policy development; administrative management direction and oversight; operational support; and coordination with other components of the Department and other federal agencies.

LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS FUNCTIONS

Entity Performing Legislative Affairs
OLA and EOUSA

Types of Legislative Affairs Performed
EOUSA had one staff that worked with OLA on responding to legislative inquiries from Congress and helping prepare witness testimony. Additionally, one D.C. USAO staff worked on legislative affairs functions.

Additional Information
For FY 2007, one D.C. USAO staff was detailed to the House Judiciary Committee on a non-reimbursable basis for 6 months. Additionally, EOUSA estimated that in FY 2007 one staff performed legislative affairs duties as a significant collateral duty, estimated at 35 percent of the individual’s workload.

LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS
Personnel Expenses $ 151,566
Non-Personnel Expenses $ 30,763
TOTAL EXPENSES $182,329
Number of Headquarters Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Headquarters Staff: Collateral 1
Total Number of Headquarters Staff 1
Number of Field Office Staff: Full-Time 1
Number of Field Office Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Field Office Staff 1
TOTAL STAFF 2
PUBLIC AFFAIRS FUNCTIONS

Entity Performing Public Affairs
USAOs (58 of 94 USAOs performed significant public affairs functions)

Types of Public Affairs Performed
Informing the public and media of each district’s activities.

Additional Information
The 58 USAOs estimated that in addition to the full-time staff, in FY 2007 51 staff performed public affairs functions as a significant collateral duty, estimated at 48 percent of the individuals’ workload.

PUBLIC AFFAIRS
Personnel Expenses $ 5,008,627
Non-Personnel Expenses $ 1,347,37
TOTAL EXPENSES $6,356,003
Number of Headquarters Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Headquarters Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Headquarters Staff 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Full-Time 29
Number of Field Office Staff: Collateral 51
Total Number of Field Office Staff 80
TOTAL STAFF 80


EXECUTIVE OFFICE FOR UNITED STATES TRUSTEES

Background Information: The Executive Office for U.S. Trustees (EOUST) provides general policy and legal guidance, oversees the U.S. Trustee Programís substantive operations, and handles administrative functions. EOUST also provides administrative and management support to the individual U.S. Trustee Offices in their implementation of federal bankruptcy laws.

LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS FUNCTIONS

Entity Performing Legislative Affairs
One EOUST staff detailed to OLA

Types of Legislative Affairs Performed
Responding to inquiries received and coordinated by OLA, or in the case of Appropriations Committees, by Justice Management Division; and involvement in briefing congressional committees and testifying at hearings.

Additional Information
For FY 2007, EOUST had one trial attorney detailed to OLA on a non-reimbursable basis for 4 months.

LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS
Personnel Expenses $ 62,644
Non-Personnel Expenses $ 0
TOTAL EXPENSES $62,644
Number of Headquarters Staff: Full-Time 1
Number of Headquarters Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Headquarters Staff 1
Number of Field Office Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Field Office Staff 0
TOTAL STAFF 1
PUBLIC AFFAIRS FUNCTIONS

Entity Performing Public Affairs
EOUST Office of Research and Planning

Types of Public Affairs Performed
Responding to media inquiries and occasionally issuing press releases.

Additional Information
None

PUBLIC AFFAIRS
Personnel Expenses $ 163,169
Non-Personnel Expenses $ 14,204
TOTAL EXPENSES $177,373
Number of Headquarters Staff: Full-Time 1
Number of Headquarters Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Headquarters Staff 1
Number of Field Office Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Field Office Staff 0
TOTAL STAFF 1


FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION

Background Information: The Federal Bureau of Investigationís (FBI) mission is to protect and defend the United States against terrorist and foreign intelligence threats, to uphold and enforce the criminal laws of the United States, and to provide leadership and criminal justice services to the federal, state, municipal, and international agencies and partners.

LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS FUNCTIONS

Entity Performing Legislative Affairs
FBI Office of Congressional Affairs

Types of Legislative Affairs Performed
Acting as the FBI’s primary liaison to Congress, particularly the nine primary Senate and House committees that oversee FBI funding and operations; vetting congressional materials such as proposed legislation, testimony, letters, reports and other materials; and preparing consolidated responses for transmittal to Congress.

Additional Information
For FY 2007, the FBI had one staff detailed to the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, and one staff detailed to the Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Government Affairs. Both details were for the entire fiscal year.

LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS
Personnel Expenses $ 3,763,292
Non-Personnel Expenses $ 50,934
TOTAL EXPENSES $3,814,226
Number of Headquarters Staff: Full-Time 32
Number of Headquarters Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Headquarters Staff 32
Number of Field Office Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Field Office Staff 0
TOTAL STAFF 32
PUBLIC AFFAIRS FUNCTIONS

Entity Performing Public Affairs
FBI Office of Public Affairs and FBI’s field divisions

Types of Public Affairs Performed
Responding to media inquiries; providing regular briefings to the media; and educating the public about crime, terrorism, and FBI activities.

Additional Information
The FBI estimated that in addition to the full-time staff, in FY 2007, 59 staff performed public affairs functions as a significant collateral duty, estimated at an average of 40 percent of the individuals’ workload.

PUBLIC AFFAIRS
Personnel Expenses $11,570,450
Non-Personnel Expenses $ 383,180
TOTAL EXPENSES $11,953,630
Number of Headquarters Staff: Full-Time 42
Number of Headquarters Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Headquarters Staff 42
Number of Field Office Staff: Full-Time 23
Number of Field Office Staff: Collateral 59
Total Number of Field Office Staff 82
TOTAL STAFF 124


FEDERAL BUREAU OF PRISONS

Background Information: The Federal Bureau of Prisonsí (BOP) mission is to protect society by confining offenders in the controlled environments of prisons and community-based facilities that are safe, humane, cost efficient, and appropriately secure, and that provide work and other self-improvement opportunities to assist offenders in becoming law-abiding citizens.

LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS FUNCTIONS

Entity Performing Legislative Affairs
BOP Office of Legislative Affairs (within the BOP Information, Policy and Public Affairs Division)

Types of Legislative Affairs Performed
Monitoring the activities of the U.S. Congress and D.C. Council; tracking and analyzing legislation; gathering and maintaining information about the interests of members of Congress; composing testimony and preparing BOP officials to testify at congressional hearings; coordinating meetings between DOJ and/or BOP officials and the members of their staff, etc.

Additional Information
None

LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS
Personnel Expenses $ 469,029
Non-Personnel Expenses $ 15,403
TOTAL EXPENSES $484,432
Number of Headquarters Staff: Full-Time 4
Number of Headquarters Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Headquarters Staff 4
Number of Field Office Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Field Office Staff 0
TOTAL STAFF 4
PUBLIC AFFAIRS FUNCTIONS

Entity Performing Public Affairs
BOP Office of Public Affairs (within the BOP Information, Policy and Public Affairs Division)

Types of Public Affairs Performed
Coordinating responses to national media contacts; responding to numerous inquiries from local and national news organizations; preparing informational videotape programs; developing projects, publications and communications that enhance the public knowledge of the BOP and its programs.

Additional Information
None

PUBLIC AFFAIRS
Personnel Expenses $ 606,880
Non-Personnel Expenses $ 41,508
TOTAL EXPENSES $648,388
Number of Headquarters Staff: Full-Time 6
Number of Headquarters Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Headquarters Staff 6
Number of Field Office Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Field Office Staff 0
TOTAL STAFF 6


JUSTICE MANAGEMENT DIVISION

Background Information: The Justice Management Division (JMD) serves as the management arm of the Department of Justice, advising the Attorney General and Deputy Attorney General of various issues related to the operation of the Department.

LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS FUNCTIONS

Entity Performing Legislative Affairs
OLA, JMD Office of the Deputy Assistant Attorney General, Controller’s Office

Types of Legislative Affairs Performed
Communicating with the Office of Management and Budget, Congress, and other federal agencies on budget matters.

Additional Information
Throughout FY 2007, JMD had three staff detailed to OLA on a non-reimbursable basis from the Executive Secretariat (administratively within JMD). Additionally, JMD had one attorney advisor detailed to OLP on a non-reimbursable basis for 8 months.

LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS
Personnel Expenses $ 531,246
Non-Personnel Expenses $ 157,674
TOTAL EXPENSES $688,920
Number of Headquarters Staff: Full-Time 7
Number of Headquarters Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Headquarters Staff 7
Number of Field Office Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Field Office Staff 0
TOTAL STAFF 7
PUBLIC AFFAIRS FUNCTIONS

Entity Performing Public Affairs
None

Types of Public Affairs Performed
None

Additional Information
None

PUBLIC AFFAIRS
Personnel Expenses $ 0
Non-Personnel Expenses $ 0
TOTAL EXPENSES $ 0
Number of Headquarters Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Headquarters Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Headquarters Staff 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Field Office Staff 0
TOTAL STAFF 0


NATIONAL SECURITY DIVISION

Background Information: The National Security Divisionís (NSD) mission is to carry out the DOJís highest priority: to combat terrorism and other threats to national security. The NSD, which consolidates the DOJís primary national security elements within a single Division, currently consists of the Office of Intelligence Policy and Review; the Counterterrorism and Counterespionage Sections, formerly part of the Criminal Division; and a new Law and Policy Office.

LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS FUNCTIONS

Entity Performing Legislative Affairs
NSD Office of Law and Policy

Types of Legislative Affairs Performed
Coordinating legislative activity; developing legislative proposals; responding to OMB and OLA requests for information and questions for the record following congressional hearings; and preparing briefing papers in anticipation of congressional testimony, witness statements, congressional reports, views letters, and other legislative products.

Additional Information
NSD estimated that in FY 2007 two staff performed legislative affairs functions as a significant collateral duty, estimated at an average of 25 percent of the individuals’ workload.

LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS
Personnel Expenses $ 59,890
Non-Personnel Expenses $ 0
TOTAL EXPENSES $ 59,890
Number of Headquarters Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Headquarters Staff: Collateral 2
Total Number of Headquarters Staff 2
Number of Field Office Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Field Office Staff 0
TOTAL STAFF 2
PUBLIC AFFAIRS FUNCTIONS

Entity Performing Public Affairs
None

Types of Public Affairs Performed
None

Additional Information
None

PUBLIC AFFAIRS
Personnel Expenses $ 0
Non-Personnel Expenses $ 0
TOTAL EXPENSES $ 0
Number of Headquarters Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Headquarters Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Headquarters Staff 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Field Office Staff 0
TOTAL STAFF 0


OFFICE OF COMMUNITY ORIENTED POLICING SERVICES

Background Information: The Office of Community Oriented Policing Servicesí (COPS) mission is to advance the practice of community policing as an effective strategy in communitiesí efforts to improve public safety.

LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS FUNCTIONS

Entity Performing Legislative Affairs
COPS External Affairs Division

Types of Legislative Affairs Performed
Responding to congressional inquiries, providing briefings on COPS activities, reviewing and commenting on legislation impacting COPS, preparing for COPS interactions with Congress, which includes hearings and testimony.

Additional Information
For FY 2007, COPS had one legislative specialist detailed to OLA on a non‑reimbursable basis for the entire fiscal year. Additionally, COPS estimated that in addition to the full-time staff, in FY 2007 three staff performed public affairs functions as a significant collateral duty, estimated at an average of 53 percent of the individuals’ workload.

LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS
Personnel Expenses $ 272,713
Non-Personnel Expenses $ 4,138
TOTAL EXPENSES $276,850
Number of Headquarters Staff: Full-Time 1
Number of Headquarters Staff: Collateral 3
Total Number of Headquarters Staff 4
Number of Field Office Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Field Office Staff 0
TOTAL STAFF 4
PUBLIC AFFAIRS FUNCTIONS

Entity Performing Public Affairs
COPS External Affairs Division

Types of Public Affairs Performed
Responding to national, regional, and local media inquiries; writing press releases; and providing media kits about component activities.

Additional Information
One staff performed both legislative and public affairs functions and therefore his expenses were pro-rated equally between legislative and public affairs, but the position was included under legislative affairs.

PUBLIC AFFAIRS
Personnel Expenses $ 188,617
Non-Personnel Expenses $ 3,933
TOTAL EXPENSES $192,550
Number of Headquarters Staff: Full-Time 1
Number of Headquarters Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Headquarters Staff 1
Number of Field Office Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Field Office Staff 0
TOTAL STAFF 1


OFFICE OF INFORMATION AND PRIVACY

Background Information: The Office of Information and Privacy (OIP) is responsible for encouraging agency compliance with the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA).

LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS FUNCTIONS

Entity Performing Legislative Affairs
OIP and OLA

Types of Legislative Affairs Performed
Coordinating legislation matters pertaining to the FOIA.


Additional Information
OIP estimated that in FY 2007 two staff performed legislative affairs functions as a significant collateral duty, estimated at 25 percent of the individuals’ workload. Generally, OIP does not conduct significant legislative affairs activities. However, in FY 2007 OIP devoted significant time addressing FOIA legislation.
LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS
Personnel Expenses $ 67,831
Non-Personnel Expenses $ 14,961
TOTAL EXPENSES $82,793
Number of Headquarters Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Headquarters Staff: Collateral 2
Total Number of Headquarters Staff 2
Number of Field Office Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Field Office Staff 0
TOTAL STAFF 2
PUBLIC AFFAIRS FUNCTIONS

Entity Performing Public Affairs
None

Types of Public Affairs Performed
None

Additional Information
None

PUBLIC AFFAIRS
Personnel Expenses $ 0
Non-Personnel Expenses $ 0
TOTAL EXPENSES $ 0
Number of Headquarters Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Headquarters Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Headquarters Staff 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Field Office Staff 0
TOTAL STAFF 0


OFFICE OF JUSTICE PROGRAMS

Background Information: The Office of Justice Programís (OJP) mission is to increase public safety and improve the fair administration of justice across America through innovative leadership and programs.

LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS FUNCTIONS

Entity Performing Legislative Affairs
OJP Office of Communications

Types of Legislative Affairs Performed
Coordinating congressional staff briefings, preparing witnesses for congressional hearings, coordinating post-hearing materials, assisting congressional staff with legislation, responding to congressional inquiries, and providing information to the Congressional Research Service.

Additional Information

None
LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS
Personnel Expenses $ 309,571
Non-Personnel Expenses $ 18,713
TOTAL EXPENSES $328,284
Number of Headquarters Staff: Full-Time 3
Number of Headquarters Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Headquarters Staff 3
Number of Field Office Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Field Office Staff 0
TOTAL STAFF 3
PUBLIC AFFAIRS FUNCTIONS

Entity Performing Public Affairs
OJP Office of Communications

Types of Public Affairs Performed
Drafting press releases and fact sheets, responding to press inquiries, performing outreach to the press on events and other news worthy issues to educate the public.

Additional Information
For FY 2007, one OJP staff was detailed to OVW on a reimbursable basis for 49 days. This staff member is included in OJP’s staff count, but the reimbursable portion of the expense is reported in OVW’s expenses.

PUBLIC AFFAIRS
Personnel Expenses $ 630,940
Non-Personnel Expenses $ 21,853
TOTAL EXPENSES $652,794
Number of Headquarters Staff: Full-Time 5
Number of Headquarters Staff: Collateral 1
Total Number of Headquarters Staff 6
Number of Field Office Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Field Office Staff 0
TOTAL STAFF 6


OFFICE OF LEGAL POLICY

Background Information: The Office of Legal Policy (OLP) is responsible for developing and implementing the DOJís significant policy initiatives. OLP also works closely with the Office of Legislative Affairs to promote the DOJís policies in Congress and reviews all regulations promulgated by DOJ. Finally, OLP works with the Attorney General in advising the President on nominations for Article III judgeships.

LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS FUNCTIONS

Entity Performing Legislative Affairs
OLA and OLP

Types of Legislative Affairs Performed
Developing and coordinating DOJ legislative proposals for transmission to Congress, testifying before Congress, assisting in preparing DOJ witnesses to testify before Congress, drafting responses to congressional requests, and briefing congressional staff.

Additional Information
For FY 2007, OLP had the following detail arrangements: (1) one staff detailed from CIV and four staff from USAOs on a reimbursable basis, (2) one staff detailed from JMD on a non‑reimbursable basis, and (3) one staff detailed to OLA on an non‑reimbursable basis. OLP estimated that in addition to one full-time staff, in FY 2007 24 staff performed legislative affairs as a significant collateral duty, estimated at an average of 58 percent of the individuals’ workload. Additionally, for one OLP staff transferred from CRM in June 2007, personnel expenses were mistakenly paid by CRM for the remainder of the fiscal year.

LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS
Personnel Expenses $ 1,372,362
Non-Personnel Expenses $ 705,984
TOTAL EXPENSES $2,078,346
Number of Headquarters Staff: Full-Time 1
Number of Headquarters Staff: Collateral 24
Total Number of Headquarters Staff 25
Number of Field Office Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Field Office Staff 0
TOTAL STAFF 25
PUBLIC AFFAIRS FUNCTIONS

Entity Performing Public Affairs
None

Types of Public Affairs Performed
None

Additional Information
None

PUBLIC AFFAIRS
Personnel Expenses $ 0
Non-Personnel Expenses $ 0
TOTAL EXPENSES $ 0
Number of Headquarters Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Headquarters Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Headquarters Staff 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Field Office Staff 0
TOTAL STAFF 0


OFFICE OF LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS

Background Information: The Office of Legislative Affairs (OLA) has responsibility for the development and implementation of strategies to advance DOJís legislative initiatives and other interests relating to Congress. OLA also articulates DOJís position on legislation proposed by Congress, facilitates the appearance of DOJ witnesses at congressional hearings, and manages the interagency clearance process led by the Office of Management and Budget.

LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS FUNCTIONS

Entity Performing Legislative Affairs
OLA

Types of Legislative Affairs Performed
Developing and implementing strategies to advance DOJ legislative initiatives, articulating the DOJ’s position on legislation proposed by Congress, facilitating the appearance of DOJ witnesses at congressional hearings, managing the interagency clearance process led by the Office of Management and Budget, coordinating DOJ responses to congressional committee oversight requests, and participating in the Senate confirmation process for federal judges and DOJ nominees.

Additional Information
In addition to the 22 full-time staff, OLA had 11 staff detailed to it on a non-reimbursable basis. These positions and expenses are included in the providing agency’s data.

LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS
Personnel Expenses $ 2,045,555
Non-Personnel Expenses $ 1,215,005
TOTAL EXPENSES $3,260,559
Number of Headquarters Staff: Full-Time 22
Number of Headquarters Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Headquarters Staff 22
Number of Field Office Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Field Office Staff 0
TOTAL STAFF 22
PUBLIC AFFAIRS FUNCTIONS

Entity Performing Public Affairs
None

Types of Public Affairs Performed
None

Additional Information
None

PUBLIC AFFAIRS
Personnel Expenses $ 0
Non-Personnel Expenses $ 0
TOTAL EXPENSES $ 0
Number of Headquarters Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Headquarters Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Headquarters Staff 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Field Office Staff 0
TOTAL STAFF 0


OFFICE OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS

Background Information: The Office of Public Affairs (PAO) is responsible for ensuring that the public and press are informed about DOJís activities and about the priorities and policies of the Attorney General and the President with regard to law enforcement and legal affairs.

LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS FUNCTIONS

Entity Performing Legislative Affairs
None

Types of Legislative Affairs Performed
None

Additional Information
None

LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS
Personnel Expenses $ 0
Non-Personnel Expenses $ 0
TOTAL EXPENSES $ 0
Number of Headquarters Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Headquarters Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Headquarters Staff 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Field Office Staff 0
TOTAL STAFF 0
PUBLIC AFFAIRS FUNCTIONS

Entity Performing Public Affairs
PAO

Types of Public Affairs Performed
Press conferences, press releases, briefings, interviews, speeches, acting as content manager for the DOJ’s publicly accessible website and posting much of the information released by the DOJ.

Additional Information
For part of FY 2007, PAO had two staff that were detailed to other agencies on a non-reimbursable basis, during which time they were not performing public affairs functions. In addition to the 21 full-time staff, PAO had 1 staff detailed to it on a non-reimbursable basis from ATR. This position and related expenses are included in ATR’s data.

PUBLIC AFFAIRS
Personnel Expenses $ 1,933,899
Non-Personnel Expenses $ 799,334
TOTAL EXPENSES $2,733,233
Number of Headquarters Staff: Full-Time 21
Number of Headquarters Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Headquarters Staff 21
Number of Field Office Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Field Office Staff 0
TOTAL STAFF 21


OFFICE ON VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN

Background Information: The Office on Violence Against Womenís (OVW) mission is to provide federal leadership to reduce violence against women, and to administer justice for and strengthen services to all victims of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, and stalking. This is accomplished by developing and supporting the capacity of state, local, tribal, and non-profit entities involved in responding to violence against women.

LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS FUNCTIONS

Entity Performing Legislative Affairs
OVW and OLA

Types of Legislative Affairs Performed
Preparing, reviewing, and/or commenting on legislation and testimony, coordinating responses to congressional inquiries.

Additional Information
OVW estimated that in FY 2007 two staff performed legislative affairs functions as a significant collateral duty, estimated at an average of 55 percent of the individuals’ workload.

LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS
Personnel Expenses $ 63,275
Non-Personnel Expenses $ 8,840
TOTAL EXPENSES $72,116
Number of Headquarters Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Headquarters Staff: Collateral 2
Total Number of Headquarters Staff 2
Number of Field Office Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Field Office Staff 0
TOTAL STAFF 2
PUBLIC AFFAIRS FUNCTIONS

Entity Performing Public Affairs
One OJP staff detailed to OVW

Types of Public Affairs Performed
Handling press inquiries, setting up media interviews for the OVW Director, developing press statements, and developing a communications strategy for OVW.

Additional Information
One OJP staff was detailed to OVW on a reimbursable basis for 49 days. This staff member is counted in OJP’s staff count, but the reimbursable portion of the expense is reported in OVW’s expenses.

PUBLIC AFFAIRS
Personnel Expenses $ 11,857
Non-Personnel Expenses $ 0
TOTAL EXPENSES $11,857
Number of Headquarters Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Headquarters Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Headquarters Staff 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Field Office Staff 0
TOTAL STAFF 0


TAX DIVISION

Background Information: The Tax Divisionís (TAX) mission is to enforce the nationís tax laws fully, fairly, and consistently, through both criminal and civil litigation, in order to promote compliance with the tax laws and maintain confidence in the integrity of the tax system.

LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS FUNCTIONS

Entity Performing Legislative Affairs
TAX Office of the Assistant Attorney General

Types of Legislative Affairs Performed
Advising the Assistant Attorney General on legislative matters and legal issues, collecting legislative materials and preparing legislative histories for inclusion in TAX libraries.

Additional Information
TAX estimated that in FY 2007 one staff performed legislative affairs functions as a significant collateral duty, estimated at 30 percent of the individual’s workload.

LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS
Personnel Expenses $ 54,869
Non-Personnel Expenses $ 12,747
TOTAL EXPENSES $67,616
Number of Headquarters Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Headquarters Staff: Collateral 1
Total Number of Headquarters Staff 1
Number of Field Office Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Field Office Staff 0
TOTAL STAFF 1
PUBLIC AFFAIRS FUNCTIONS

Entity Performing Public Affairs
None

Types of Public Affairs Performed
None

Additional Information
None

PUBLIC AFFAIRS
Personnel Expenses $ 0
Non-Personnel Expenses $ 0
TOTAL EXPENSES $ 0
Number of Headquarters Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Headquarters Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Headquarters Staff 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Field Office Staff 0
TOTAL STAFF 0


UNITED STATES MARSHALS SERVICE

Background Information: The mission of the U.S. Marshals Service (USMS) is to enforce federal laws and provide support to virtually all elements of the federal justice system by providing for the security of federal court facilities and the safety of judges and other court personnel; apprehending criminals; exercising custody of federal prisoners and providing for their security and transportation to correctional facilities; executing federal court orders; seizing assets gained by illegal means and providing for the custody, management, and disposal of forfeited assets; assuring the safety of endangered government witnesses and their families; and collecting and disbursing funds.

LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS FUNCTIONS

Entity Performing Legislative Affairs
USMS Office of Congressional Affairs (within USMS Office of Communications

Types of Legislative Affairs Performed
Supporting and advising USMS Headquarters and districts on congressional issues; developing and executing the USMS’ legislative agenda; educating and informing Congress on USMS missions and responsibilities; serving as the liaison between the USMS and other DOJ components, Executive Branch congressional affairs offices, and national law enforcement organizations and associations; researching and monitoring the status of legislation relevant to both the law enforcement mission and employees of the USMS; and formally responding to both written and telephonic inquiries from members of Congress and their staff regarding their constituents’ concerns.

Additional Information
None

LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS
Personnel Expenses $ 767,597
Non-Personnel Expenses $ 43,334
TOTAL EXPENSES $810,931
Number of Headquarters Staff: Full-Time 7
Number of Headquarters Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Headquarters Staff 7
Number of Field Office Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Field Office Staff 0
TOTAL STAFF 7
PUBLIC AFFAIRS FUNCTIONS

Entity Performing Public Affairs
USMS Office of Public Affairs (within USMS Office of Communications

Types of Public Affairs Performed
Providing information, training, and media interface relating to the USMS for the general public, headquarters and district employees, government and civilian business and law enforcement agencies, and national and international media entities.

Additional Information

The USMS estimated that in addition to the full-time staff, in FY 2007 one staff performed public affairs functions as a significant collateral duty, estimated at 20 percent of the individual’s workload.
PUBLIC AFFAIRS
Personnel Expenses $ 354,037
Non-Personnel Expenses $ 55,333
TOTAL EXPENSES $409,370
Number of Headquarters Staff: Full-Time 5
Number of Headquarters Staff: Collateral 1
Total Number of Headquarters Staff 6
Number of Field Office Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Field Office Staff 0
TOTAL STAFF 6


UNITED STATES NATIONAL CENTRAL BUREAU OF INTERPOL

Background Information: The U.S. National Central Bureauís (USNCB) mission is to facilitate international law enforcement cooperation as the United Statesí representative to the International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL), on behalf of the Attorney General.

LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS FUNCTIONS

Entity Performing Legislative Affairs
None

Types of Legislative Affairs Performed
None

Additional Information
None

LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS
Personnel Expenses $ 0
Non-Personnel Expenses $ 0
TOTAL EXPENSES $ 0
Number of Headquarters Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Headquarters Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Headquarters Staff 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Field Office Staff 0
TOTAL STAFF 0
PUBLIC AFFAIRS FUNCTIONS

Entity Performing Public Affairs
One employee within the USNCB

Types of Public Affairs Performed
Handling inquiries from the public and press, issuing press releases, coordinating press interviews, maintaining representational materials, and arranging meetings and visits.

Additional Information
None

PUBLIC AFFAIRS
Personnel Expenses $ 110,132
Non-Personnel Expenses $ 50,125
TOTAL EXPENSES $160,257
Number of Headquarters Staff: Full-Time 1
Number of Headquarters Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Headquarters Staff 1
Number of Field Office Staff: Full-Time 0
Number of Field Office Staff: Collateral 0
Total Number of Field Office Staff 0
TOTAL STAFF 1



Footnotes
  1. Throughout this report differences in total amounts are due to rounding. Additionally, differences in total percentages as compared to the sum of individual component percentages are due to rounding.



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