Overall summary of the President’s FY 2013 Budget request for the US Department of Transportation. The President proposes a total of $74 billion for the DOT, a 2 percent increase above FY 2012.
The FY 2015 President’s Budget request includes a $302 billion four-year surface transportation reauthorization proposal that will improve the operation and condition of the Nation’s surface transportation systems. By targeting funding and implementing innovative reforms, this proposal will improve the way government operates, will ensure resources reach areas of need, and will create opportunities for all Americans.
Information about the Office of the Chief Financial Officer and biographies of key officials.
The Assistant Secretary for Budget and Programs, and Chief Financial Officer is the principal advisor to the Secretary on the Department’s budget, program performance, and all aspects of financial management. Also, the Assistant Secretary's Office is responsible for the budget and financial management functions of the Secretary's staff offices.
U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood today praised President Obama’s $74 billion budget for the U.S. Department of Transportation.
This report details all information about our stewardship over the financial resources entrusted to us. Additionally, the report provides information about our performance as an organization, our achievements, initiatives and our challenges.
The Agency Financial Report is the first in a series of reports required under the Office of Management and Budget’s Program for Alternative Approaches to Performance and Accountability Reporting.
Below you will find all FY 2011 Budget Estimates for all US Department of Transportation operating administrations.
Overall summary of the President’s FY 2011 Budget request for the US Department of Transportation.
U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood today said President Obama’s $129 billion budget for the U.S. Department of Transportation, the first year of a comprehensive six-year transportation plan, will lay a new foundation for economic growth and competitiveness by rebuilding the nation’s transportation systems, enabling innovative solutions to transportation challenges and ensuring the highest level of safety for all Americans.
Description of each US Department of Transportation performance measure and how the data was collected for the FY2010 DOT Peformance Report.