ANALYSIS OF THE NAVY’S PLANNED AND EXECUTED BUDGETS AND THEIR EFFECT ON SUPPLY MANAGEMENT
Colon, Wanda I.
Manriquez, Zach C.
Sullivan, Ryan S.
Menichini, Amilcar A.
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The Department of Defense (DoD) budget is the end product of the Planning, Programming, Budgeting, and Execution process, which is submitted to Congress two years in advance of execution. Thus, the DoD will always demonstrate a monetary difference between the planning and execution phases. A significant difference between the planning and execution affects providers such as Naval Supply Systems Command (NAVSUP), which is responsible for the managing and financing of materiel. From 2007 to 2017, there has been an average budget difference of $3.1B for Operation and Maintenance, Navy appropriation. NAVSUP receives the DoD budget requirements from resource sponsors and budget submitting offices (BSOs) and determines how to invest by utilizing an inflation category code (ICC), such as Consumable parts (412) and Repairable parts (503). This study analyzed the budget differences for ICC 412 and 503 from 2007–2017; it demonstrated which budget line items (BLIs) and BSOs had the most significant contribution to these differences. For ICC 412 and 503, our analysis showed the most significant differences were observed in the years 2007–2011 and 2014–2017, and that the BLIs Mission and Other Flight Operations (1A1A) and Mission and Other Ship Operations (1B1B) demonstrated the most significant budget differences. It was also determined that BSO for Commander, U.S. Fleet Forces, and Commander, U.S. Pacific Fleet had the most significant impact on the budget differences for these BLIs.
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