Levels in millions of dollars; Agency abbreviations listed below; &Not available because of lack of sufficient detail in conference report
1The November 21 COSSA Washington Update reports that additional funding will be provided to BJS from Office of Justice grant and reimbursement program funds. The amount won't make up for the cut from the FY11 level but could be on the order of several millions of dollars.
2The Conference Report transfers $55 million from the Census Working Capital fund to the Periodic Censuses and Programs account, apparently to make up for the shortfall in the conference number from the Senate level. The Census Working Capital fund is used for such essentials as salaries, HR, IT and security. A November 2011 GAO report has more on this fund: Commerce Departmental and Census Working Capital Funds Should Better Reflect Key Operating Principles.
3Not yet final; includes across-the-board cut of 0.189%
4The BTS level is still in flux because of pending authorization decisions.
5The Megabus cuts the SSA "Research and Demonstration" budget, from which ORES receives its program funding, from $43 million to $8 million.
BEA Bureau of Economic Analysis
BJS Bureau of Justice Statistics
BLS Bureau of Labor Statistics
BTS Bureau of Transportation Statistics
ERS Economic Research Service
EIA Energy Information Administration
NASS National Agricultural Statistics Service
NCES National Center for Education Statistics
NCHS National Center for Health Statistics
NCSES National Center for Science and Engineering Statistics, NSF
ORES Office of Research, Evaluation, and Statistics, SSA
SOI Statistics of Income Division, IRS