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The Director of FMB is responsible to the Secretary of the Navy through the ASN(FM&C) for formulation, justification, and execution of the DON budget. The Director is responsible to the ASN(FM&C) for the principles, policies and procedures for preparation and administration of the DON budget as assigned by law, instruction, and regulations.

Operations Division (FMB1)

FMB1 is responsible for reviewing, recommending, and revising estimates for the Military Personnel (Active and Reserve forces) and Operation and Maintenance (Active and Reserve) appropriations, and other funds of the Navy and Marine Corps. The office is also responsible for assisting in the justification of estimates before OSD/OMB and the Congress, the continual review of program execution, and the recommending of adjustment to allocations, when required.

For the OSD/OMB review, the cognizant FMB1 analysts act as the primary DON contact with the OSD/OMB staff analysts. They are responsible for publishing schedules of hearings, attending hearings, and coordinating and clearing all responses to requests for additional information. They also prepare or review reclamas to PBDs/MIDS and issues for the MBI meeting. Finally, they are responsible for ensuring the accuracy of the OSD decision recording system and for updating the DON tracking system.

For the Congressional review, the cognizant FMB1 analysts are responsible for preparing or clearing budget material provided to Congress in support of Military Personnel and Operation and Maintenance appropriations. This may include budget justification material, statements, transcripts of hearings, answers to questions, backup or point papers, and appeals to authorization and appropriation reports. Representatives from FMB1 may attend hearings as backup or supporting witnesses.

Investment and Development Division (FMB2)

FMB2 is responsible for reviewing, recommending, and revising estimates for the investment and development appropriations, including procurement, research and development, construction, family housing, and base closure and realignment. This office is also responsible for assisting in the justification of estimates before OSD/OMB and the Congress, the continual review of program execution, the recommending of adjustments to allocations when needed, and the reporting of selected acquisition costs and data to the Congress.

For the OSD/OMB review, the cognizant Naval Center for Cost AnalysisFMB2 analysts act as the primary DON contact with the OSD/OMB staff analysts. They are responsible for publishing schedules of hearings, attending hearings, and coordinating and clearing all responses to requests for additional information. They also prepare or review reclamas to PBDs/MIDs and issues for the MBI meeting. Finally, they are responsible for ensuring the accuracy of the OSD decision recording system and for updating the DON tracking system.

For the Congressional review, the cognizant FMB2 analysts are responsible for preparing or clearing budget material provided to Congress in support of Investment and Development appropriations. This may include budget justification material, statements, transcripts of hearings, answers to questions, backup or point papers, and appeals to authorization and appropriation reports. Representatives from FMB2 may attend hearings as backup or supporting witnesses.

Program/Budget Coordination Division (FMB3)

FMB3 is responsible for coordinating the overall appraisal of the Department of the Navy (DON) budget and budget process to assure the development of a cohesive and balanced program. The division is also responsible for appraising Departmental issues generated during planning, programming and budgeting; integration of budgetary operations; developing and issuing budget formulation policy guidance and procedures; control and coordination of budget submissions; development of FYDP guidance and procedures; coordination of programming reviews as related to the budget formulation process; and analysis and evaluation of overall resource utilization. The division administers financial control systems and procedures for the apportionment, allocation of funds and the reprogramming process; and, preparation of fund authorization documents for appropriations under its cognizance.

For the OSD/OMB review, the division coordinates reclamas to SECDEF PBDs/MIDs; prepares reports for the DON on the status of the review, coordinates the DON participation in the MBI meetings, monitors the OSD automated decision recording system and operates the DON system for recording all decisions

For the congressional review, the division coordinates the preparation of DON input into the Budget of the U.S. Government, preparation of financial and other summary budget documents, and operates the DON system for recording all decisions.

Business and Civilian Resources Division (FMB4)

FMB4 is responsible for reviewing, recommending, and revising estimates for the Navy Working Capital Fund (NWCF), civilian personnel and Information Technology for inclusion in the budget and the justification of these estimates to OSD/OMB and the Congress. This office also reviews and validates funding estimates in working capital fund activity budgets to ensure proper balance between NWCF “providers” and DON appropriated fund “customers.”

For the OSD/OMB review, the cognizant FMB4 analysts act as the primary DON contact with the OSD/OMB staff analysts. They are responsible for publishing schedules of hearings, attending hearings, and coordinating and clearing all responses to requests for additional information. They also prepare or review reclamas to PBDs/MIDs and issues for the MBI meeting. Finally, they are responsible for ensuring the accuracy of the OSD decision recording system.

For the Congressional review, the cognizant FMB4 analysts are responsible for preparing or clearing budget material provided to Congress in support of Navy Working Capital Fund activities, Civilian Personnel accounts and Information Technology programs. This may include budget justification material, statements, transcripts of hearings, answers to questions, backup or point papers, and appeals to authorization and appropriation reports. Representatives from FMB4 may attend hearings as backup or supporting witnesses.

Naval Center for Cost Analysis - (FMB6/NCCA)

Responsible for ensuring that the cost estimation and cost analysis processes of the DoD provide accurate information and realistic estimates of cost for the acquisition programs of the DoD.

Data Management and Operations Branch conducts cost research that addresses the needs of the Naval cost community; improve capability through development and enhancement of databases, models, and cost methodologies; liaison with other DON activities, OSD, and other Services to promote joint cost research efforts and foster transfer of knowledge resulting from cost research efforts.

IT and Economic Analysis Branch conducts independent costs estimates and assessments for Navy and Marine Corps ACAT IAC and IAM programs, to include Major Automated Information Systems (MAIS) and Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (C4ISR) programs. Provides direction for economic and business case analyses at the enterprise level to include research of great importance, significance, and complexity for the DON. Advises the DON leadership on critical issues related to the allocation of scarce resources required to satisfy a broad and dynamic spectrum of military requirements.

Aviation and USMC Branch conducts independent costs estimates and assessments for Navy and Marine Corps ACAT IC and ID programs, to include aircraft, aviation weapons and USMC programs.

Ships and Weapons Branch conducts independent costs estimates and assessments for Navy and Marine Corps ACAT IC and ID programs, to include combatant ships, submarines and auxiliary weapon systems programs. .

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