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1. Supplies and Materials $36,000
Increase due to absorbing costs previously incurred by House contingent fund. These costs are for office supplies procured through House stationery.
2. Rents, Communications, and Utilities $43,000
Increase due to the cost of replacing 9 photocopy machines that are in excess of 8 years old. Technicians advise that the machines are worn out and beyond repair. Also covers the cost for House office equipment utilized by the Department. This cost was previously paid through the House contingent fund.
3. Overtime $500,000
This increase is requested to cover the increased hourly rate of earning, programmed administrative changes (fourhour rule) in the payment of overtime, and to fully fund the actual cost of overtime expenses. The Capitol Police have been underfunded for overtime cost for the past several years.
Transportation of Persons $44,000
New Positions (5) - $194,000
3. Equipment S-100,000
This object class was reduced by $100,000 due to the reduction in size and number of vehicles in the fleet.
Calculation of Base Staff Amount
0 238 -100
FY94 FTE Staff Reduction
FY 1995 Budget Request
U.S. CAPITOL POLICE
Budget Base, 1994
Proposed Changes for FY 1995
Price Level Changes
Program Type Changes
Total Proposed Changes
Summary of Agency Request
*Personnel Reductions mandated by PL 103-69.
FY 1995 Budget Request
⭑ Personnel Reductions mandated by PL 103-69.
** Includes overtime currently estimated at approximately $2,000,000 and
* Personnel Reductions mandated by PL 103-69.
**Includes overtime currently estimated at approximately $1,000,000 and
U.S. CAPITOL POLICE DEFINITIONS OF OBJECT CLASSIFICATIONS
FISCAL YEAR 1995
TO ACCOMPANY SCHEDULE A
11 PERSONNEL COMPENSATION:
Funding for estimated personnel costs, which includes costs associated with longevity increases, overtime and other administrative costs.
12 PERSONNEL BENEFITS:
Funding associated with benefit costs for FERS, CSRS, Health & Life Insurance.
21 TRANSPORTATION OF PERSONS:
This object class includes airfare, car rental, mileage, tolls, per diem, and other expenses incidental to official travel by employees of the Department. These travel expenses are related to protective details, transporting employees to and from: the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) for recruit and other specialized training, as well as other developmental training that is not held at FLETC or in the D.C. area. It also includes costs associated with other travel related to official business such as investigations, ceremonial functions, competitions, etc.
22 TRANSPORTATION OF THINGS:
This object class includes freight costs incurred when parts, uniforms, or materials must be sent to another location (e.g., our liaison office at FLETC), when equipment is shipped to a repair facility, when items of evidence must be sent to another site for analysis or investigation, shipment of household goods for officers assigned to FLETC, etc. Funds contained in this object class cover any transportation costs except regular mail services (contained in Rents, Communications, and Utilities) and travel and per diem costs (contained in Transportation of