Financial Management: NOAA Needs to Better Document Its Policies and Procedures for Providing Management and Administration Services
DIANE Publishing, Apr 1, 2011 - 51 pages
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Admin. (NOAA) is a bureau within the Dept. of Commerce. To help achieve NOAA's program goals, it relies on management and administration (M&A) services, such as legal support and information technology. This report: (1) examined how NOAA's M&A services are funded; (2) assessed the extent to which NOAA's policies and procedures for M&A services conform to applicable standards; and (3) estimated salaries and expenses for NOAA's budget for FY 2009. Includes recommendations. Charts and tables. This is a print on demand edition of an important, hard-to-find report.
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agencies aIncludes object Air Quality Research Appendix applicable federal standards bIncludes object classes Budget for Fiscal Chief Information Officer Commerce Commerce’s contractual services)b Expenses contractual servicesc Total corporate administrative services cost accounting standards Data for NOAA’s direct billing process Dollars in thousands Environmental Satellite Observing Estimated Salaries Expenses Data Expenses not including expenses Subactivity Line expenses Total salaries federal cost accounting fiscal year 2009 FMCs including contractual services)b Line item Salariesa line office officials M&A costs million in fiscal National Ocean Service National Weather Service NESDIS NMFS NOAA officials NOAA’s Budget NOAA’s headquarters object classes 11 Partnership Programs percent policies and procedures PPAs procedures for M&A related to contractual Research and Management salaries and expenses Satellite Observing Systems Sea Grant College services they provide services)b Expenses related servicesc Total expenses Subactivity Line item Sustainable Habitat thousands Expenses Total expenses Total types of M&A Weather and Air