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Performance Budget Submission for Congressional Justification

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Fiscal Year 2001: Program Support

Purpose and Method of Operation

This activity supports the overall direction and management of the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. This includes the formulation of policies and program objectives; and administrative management and services activities.

Funding Summary

Authorizing Legislation—Section 30l and Title IX of the Public Health Service Act

Budget Authority/ FTEs Fiscal Year 1999 Actual Fiscal Year 2000 Final Appropriation Fiscal Year 2001 EstimateIncrease or Decrease
Budget
Authority
$2,341,000
($0)
$2,484,000
($0)
$0
($2,600,000)
-$2,484,000
(+$2,500,000)
Full-Time
Equivalents
41 42 42 -

Funding History

Funding for the Research on Health Costs, Quality, and Outcomes program during the last 5 years has been as follows:

1997.........................2,230,000 (41 FTEs)
1998.........................2,230,000 (41 FTEs)
1999.........................2,341,000 (41 FTEs)
2000.........................2,484,000 (42 FTEs)
2001.........................2,500,000 (42 FTEs)

Rationale for the Budget Request

The fiscal year 2001 Budget Request for Program Support provides for current services including mandatory increases for annualization of the fiscal year 2000 pay raise, the fiscal year 2001 pay raise, and inflation.

Current as of February 2000

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