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Tables of Contents for Improving Anti-Drug Budgeting
Chapter/Section Title
Page #
Page Count
Preface
iii
Tables
ix
Summary
xi
Acknowledgments
xix
Abbreviations
xxi
Introduction
1
4
Organization
4
1
ONDCP Goals
4
1
Budgeting Overview
5
12
ONDCP'S Statutory Responsibilities
5
1
Compiling the Drug Policy
6
2
The Challenge of Counting Antidrug Dollars
8
2
Methodologies and the Purpose of Budgets
10
3
The ONDCP Experience in a Broader Context
13
4
U.S. Coast Guard
17
8
Mission
17
1
Drug Mission
18
1
Drug Budget
19
1
Drug Budget Methodology
20
2
``Program Budget'': The Coast Guard Cost-Allocation Methodology
20
1
Cost Model Issues
21
1
Decision Unit Methodologies and Resource Allocation
22
1
Analysis
23
1
Conclusion
24
1
Federal Bureau of Prisons
25
8
Mission
25
2
Drug Budget
27
1
Drug Budget Methodology
28
1
Analysis
29
1
Conclusion
30
3
U.S. Department of Defense
33
8
Mission
33
1
Counterdrug Budget Process
34
3
Budget Formulation
34
2
Counterdrug Budget and Methodology
36
1
Analysis
37
2
Conclusion
39
2
Immigration and Naturalization Service
41
12
Drug Mission
41
1
Drug Budget Methodology
41
4
The Origins of the Drug Percentages
42
1
Budget Formulation
43
2
Budget Execution
45
1
Reconcilling Budget Documents
45
2
Analysis
47
3
INS' Mission Drives the Agency's Drug Role
47
1
Current Drug Percentages Need to Be Updated
48
2
Connection to Performance Tenuous
50
1
Conclusion
50
3
U.S. Customs Service
53
12
Mission
53
1
Drug Control Budget
54
2
Drug Budget Methodology
56
4
Analysis
60
4
Conclusion
64
1
Federal Bureau of Investigation
65
10
Mission
65
1
Antidrug Activities
65
1
Antidrug Budget
66
2
FBI Antidrug Budget Methodology
68
2
Organized Criminal Enterprises
68
1
White Collar Crimes and the Support Decision Units
69
1
Violent Crimes
69
1
Technical Services
70
1
Analysis
70
2
Opaque to the Public
70
1
Methodology Works, but With Actuals
71
1
Questionable Methods Used to Calculate Non-OCE Investigations Drug Budget
71
1
Conclusion
72
3
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
75
8
Mission
75
1
Drug Budget Methodology
76
6
Activities 100-Percent Drug Related
76
1
SAPPBG Programs
77
3
Program Management
80
1
ONDCP Goals
80
2
Conclusion
82
1
Department of Veterans Affairs
83
6
Mission
83
1
Drug Budget
83
1
Medical Research Decision Unit
84
1
Medical Care Decision Unit
84
3
Drug Prevention
84
1
Drug Treatment
85
2
Conclusion
87
2
Health Care Financing Administration
89
6
Mission
89
1
Antidrug Activities
89
1
Antidrug Budget Methodology
90
2
Medicare
91
1
Medicaid
91
1
Conclusion
92
3
U.S. Department of Education
95
8
Drug Mission
95
1
Drug Budget Methodology
96
4
Safe and Drug-Free Schools and Communities
97
1
VR and Grants for Infants and Families
98
1
NIDRR and Program Administration
99
1
Conclusion
100
3
Counting SDFSC Grants as 100-Percent Prevention
101
1
Counting VR Grants as Drug Treatment
102
1
Conclusions and Recommendations
103
12
Successful Methodologies
103
1
Systematic Approach but Flawed Application
104
1
Lacking Empirical Basis
104
1
Some Antidrug Budgets Are Inflated
105
2
Recommendations
107
5
Methodologies Should Be Based on a Systematic Approach
107
1
Methodologies Should Be Empirically Based and Current
108
2
Similar Methodologies Should Be Derived from Common Principles
110
1
Public Presentation of Methodologies Should Be Consistent, Accurate, and Understandable
111
1
Benefits of Improved Methodologies
112
3
Bibliography
115
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