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FUNDING AND Your   ship   must   spend  the  money   made  available to  it  in  the  most  effective   way.   The  supply   officer is   normally assigned    primary responsibility for seeing   that    this    is   accomplished.     This    money   is in    the    form    of   an    operating target (OPTAR) assigned    by   your    type    commander.    This    is   not actual     cash,    but    an    authorization to   cite    the appropriate fleet   or  type   commander’s    operating budget.   To  properly    account   for  these   funds,   you must    follow    the   regulations given    in   Financial Management of    Resources, NAVSO P-3013. FUNDING Each    year    the    President asks   Congress    to appropriate money     for    the    operation of   the Department of  Defense.    The   amount    asked   for, determined by    the    analysis and    projection of defense   requirements over   the   next    5  years,    is referred     to   as  the   Five    Year    Defense    Program (FYDP). The    Navy     Cost    Information System classifies  each  activity    or  unit   identified    with   a unit identification code (UIC)   to  an  FYDP   or  a specific budget   activity     within an  FYDP   and  (with    a  few exceptions) to    a   specific program element. Therefore, with the exception of    military personnel     costs,   the   operation of  each   activity, ship,    squadron,     or   other    operating unit    will     be funded    entirely from   the   appropriation subhead applicable to   the    individual activity’s program classification. The     appropriation 17---1804, Operation     and  Maintenance, Navy   (O&MN),    has subheads    that    align    with    the   FYDP. Most   of  the   operating     forces  of  the   Navy   fall into    one   of   the    following FYDP    programs: Program     1  -  Strategic     Forces Program     2  -  General-Purpose Forces Program   3  -  Intelligence and   Communications CHAPTER    3 ACCOUNTING Reserve Forces operations are     funded by the    O&MN reserve appropriation in    one    of the   following budget    activities of   the   FYDP: Budget    Activity 1  -  Mission     Forces Budget    Activity 2  -  Depot   Maintenance Budget    Activity 3  -  Other    Support Of  the   three,    only    some  of  the   Budget    Activity 1,   Mission Forces,     are    accounted for    under Financial Management of   Resources: Operating Procedures (Operating Forces), NAVS 0 P-3013-2. Funding    in  today’s  military     is  presently   getting tighter    each  new  year.   Congress  is  cutting    money allotted for    military spending. This,     in    turn, means   that    each  activity, ship,   or  squadron    will get  fewer   dollars   allotted   to  its   OPTAR.  As  money managers,    you   will    have   to  spend   your    budgets more  judiciously and   develop   more   cost-effective plans    to   support    your    commands. FLOW    OF   FUNDS Management at   the   Department of  Defense level     requires the    measuring of    performance against    plans   for   given   programs    and   functions. Therefore, resources (funds) are    identified, budgeted,    and   accounted    for   in   terms    of  FYDP programs   or  budget   activities.    Operating    resources identified by  subhead   are  allocated    by  the   Chief of    Naval Operations (CNO) to    the     major claimants; that     is,   the    Commanders in    Chief, Atlantic     and  Pacific   Fleets.   The   fleet   commanders issue    expense    limitations by    subhead     to   type commanders   who,  in   turn,   issue  operating   budgets to    shore (field) activities designated as responsibility centers.  Type  and  fleet   commanders also   issue    operating budgets    to   themselves as responsibility centers for    centrally managed programs    such  as ship   overhauls,    the  expenses  of 3-1

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