The Office of Budget has primary staff responsibility for directing and coordinating the development, presentation, execution, and control of the Department's Budget.
The major functions of the Office of Budget fall into: (A) budget formulation within the Department and presentation to the Office of Management and Budget, the Congress, press, interest groups, and the public; and (b) budget execution and control.
A. Budget Formulation and Presentation.
B. Budget Execution and Control.
The Office is managed by the Director who reports to the Deputy Assistant Secretary - Budget, Finance, Performance, and Acquisition. The Director is assisted by a Deputy Director, administrative support staff, and the following divisions.
A. Division of Budget and Program Review.
This Division consists of budget analysts assigned to a series of accounts on an organizational/bureau or programmatic basis, as determined by the Director. The Division is responsible for budget examination, analysis, and related activities, and for comprehensive reviews of selected programs or activities for budget formulation and presentation.
B. Division of Budget Administration.
This Division consists of budget analysts responsible for maintaining master dollar control tables in budget formulation and presentation; coordinating Department-wide budget materials, standards, and instructions for budget estimates and justifications; and for budget execution and control, as well as for the reporting of receipts, outlays, and staffing.
C. Departmental Management Division.
This Division consists of budget analysis responsible for all budget formulation, execution, review, and analysis activities for the Office of the Secretary, the Working Capital Fund, and the Interior Franchise Fund.
D. National Business Center Budget Division.