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HHS FY 2017 Budget in Brief - Overview Tables


Department of Health and Human Services

HHS Budget by Operating Division

(Mandatory and discretionary dollars in millions) /1

Food and Drug Administration 2015 2016 2017
Budget Authority 2,525 2,730 2,821
Outlays 2,393 2,463 2,624

Health Resources and Services Administration 2015 2016 2017
Budget Authority 10,547 10,770 10,866
Outlays 9,122 10,296 11,537

Indian Health Service 2015 2016 2017
Budget Authority 4,799 4,965 5,368
Outlays 4,550 5,074 5,260

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 2015 2016 2017
Budget Authority 9,096 7,658 7,455
Outlays 7,019 7,242 7,877

National Institutes of Health 2015 2016 2017
Budget Authority 29,863 31,547 32,305
Outlays 29,294 30,221 32,302

Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration 2015 2016 2017
Budget Authority 3,486 3,646 4,107
Outlays 3,141 3,810 3,701

Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality 2015 2016 2017
Budget Authority 364 334 280
Program Level 443 428 470
Outlays 175 195 394

Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services /2

 

2015 2016 2017
Budget Authority 928,716 998,028 1,019,936
Outlays 917,644 992,531 1,017,627

Administration for Children and Families 2015 2016 2017
Budget Authority 51,725 53,141 63,005
Outlays 50,231 52,385 58,266

Administration for Community Living 2015 2016 2017
Budget Authority 1,835 1,939 1,969
Outlays 1,680 2,208 1,929

Office of the National Coordinator 2015 2016 2017
Budget Authority 60 60
Outlays 105 154 2

Medicare Hearings and Appeals 2015 2016 2017
Budget Authority 88 107 120
Outlays 88 143 120

Office for Civil Rights 2015 2016 2017
Budget Authority 39 39 43
Outlays 39 39 44

Departmental Management 2015 2016 2017
Budget Authority 471 479 504
Outlays 844 1,154 1,216

Public Health and Social Services Emergency Fund 2015 2016 2017
Budget Authority 1,951 1,533 1,431
Outlays 1,711 2,266 1,849

Office of Inspector General 2015 2016 2017
Budget Authority 73 77 86
Outlays 90 93 116

Program Support Center (Retirement Pay, Medical Benefits, Misc. Trust Funds) 2015 2016 2017
Budget Authority 740 717 751
Outlays 601 1,085 732

Offsetting Collections 2015 2016 2017
Budget Authority -1,121 -767 -765
Outlays -1,121 -767 -765

Other Collections 2015 2016 2017
Budget Authority -47 -30 -30
Outlays -47 -30 -30

Total, Health and Human Services 2015 2016 2017
Budget Authority 1,045,210 1,116,973 1,150,252
Outlays 1,027,559 1,110,562 1,144,801

Full Time Equivalents
2015: 75,567
2016: 77,583
2017: 79,406

Table Footnotes

1/ The Budget Authority levels presented here are based on the Appendix, and potentially differ from the levels displayed in the individual Operating or Staff Division Chapters

2/ Budget Authority includes Non-CMS Budget Authority for Hospital Insurance and Supplementary Medical Insurance for the Social Security Administration and MEDPAC.

Composition of the HHS Budget Discretionary Programs

 (Dollars in millions)

Discretionary Programs (Budget Authority): 2015 2016 2017 2017
+/-2016
Food and Drug Administration 2,596 2,728 2,743 +15
   Program Level 4,505 4,745 5,104 +358
Health Resources and Services Administration 6,138 6,197 5,743 -454
   Program Level 10,358 10,593 10,677 +84
Indian Health Service 4,642 4,808 5,185 +377
   Program Level 5,951 6,160 6,562 +402
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention /1 6,073 6,345 6,042 -303
   Program Level 7,027 7,310 7,146 -164
National Institutes of Health 29,446 31,381 30,314 -1,067
   Program Level 30,311 32,311 30,314 +1,067
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration 3,439 3,584 3,489 -95
   Program Level 3,586 3,731 4,322 +590
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality 364 334 280 -54
   Program Level 443 428 470 +41
Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Service 3,975 3,975 4,110 +135
   Program Level 6,061 6,228 7,356 +1,128
Administration for Children and Families /2, 3, 4 18,041 19,120 19,952 +832
   Program Level 18,041 19,120 19,952 +832
Administration for Community Living 1,928 1,965 1,993 +28
   Program Level 1,990 2,048 2,076 +28
Office of the Secretary        
   General Departmental Management 448 456 479 +23
      Program Level 523 531 555 +24
   Office of Medicare Hearings and Appeals 87 107 120 +13
      Program Level 87 107 250 +143
   Office of the National Coordinator 60 60 0 -60
      Program Level 60 60 82 +22
   Office of Inspector General 73 77 85 +9
      Program Level 335 343 419 +77
   Office for Civil Rights 39 39 43 +4
Public Health and Social Services Emergency Fund /1 1,233 1,533 1,431 -96
   Program Level 1,233 1,533 1,431 -96
Discretionary HCFAC 672 681 725 +44
Accrual for Commissioned Corps Health Benefits 28 26 26 -

Discretionary Programs Total
(Budget Authority):
2015 2016 2017 2017
+/-2016
Total, Discretionary Budget Authority 79,282 83,417 82,759 -658
Title VI Ebola Funding /5 +2,767 -- -- --
Less One-Time Rescissions /6 -6,304 -6,742 -6,525 +217
Revised, Discretionary Budget Authority 75,745 76,675 76,234 -441

Table Footnotes

1/ FY 2015 funding totals include additional funding provided by the FY 2015 Continuing Resolution (P.L. 113- 164) of $58 million to PHSSEF for Ebola Medical Countermeasures and $30 million to CDC for Ebola Outbreak Response.

2/ For comparability, the FY 2015 and FY 2016 levels include the Department of Education’s appropriation of $250 million for the Preschool Development Grants

3/ After FY 2015, funding for Faith-Based Centers is provided in the Office of the Secretary

4/ The FY 2017 funding reflects $10 million in mandatory funds that were transferred from the TANF Contingency Fund to the Census Bureau SIPP program as enacted by Congress for FY 2015 (P.L. 113-235) and FY 2016 (P.L. 114-113).

5/ Reflects funding provided by the FY 2015 Omnibus; Consolidated and Further Continuing Appropriations Act (P.L. 113-235).

6/ The FY 2015 rescissions are comprised of $6.3 billion from unobligated Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP) funding and $10 million from the Independent Payment Advisory Board. The FY 2016 Consolidated Appropriations Act includes rescissions from the Independent Payment Advisory Board ($15 million), unobligated CHIP balances ($4.7 billion), and makes temporarily unavailable the balance of the CHIP Child Enrollment Contingency Fund ($2.0 billion). The FY 2017 Budget proposes to rescind $5.9 billion in unobligated CHIP balances and make $570 million from the Child Enrollment Contingency Fund temporarily unavailable for obligation.

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Composition of the HHS Budget Mandatory Programs

(Dollars in millions)

Mandatory Programs (Outlays) 2015 2016 2017 2017
+/-2016
Medicare /1 539,899 588,752 598,191 +9,440
Medicaid /2 349,762 367,229 385,582 +18,353
Temporary Assistance for Needy Families /3, 4 16,672 16,949 17,666 +717
Foster Care and Adoption Assistance 7,314 7,478 8,058 +580
Children's Health Insurance Program /5 9,242 14,479 15,195 +716
Child Support Enforcement 4,040 4,167 4,321 +154
Child Care 2,821 2,950 5,906 +2,956
Social Services Block Grant 1,832 1,771 2,136 +365
Other Mandatory Programs 17,197 21,266 20,858 -408
Offsetting Collections 0 0 0
Subtotal, Mandatory Outlays 948,779 1,025,041 1,057,913 +32,872
Total, HHS Outlays 1,027,559 1,110,562 1,144,801 +34,239

Table Footnotes

1/ Totals may not add due to rounding.

2/ Total excludes $4 million in Medicaid outlays in FY 2017 due to a proposed change in a mandatory program (CHIMP) for a Department of State proposal.

3/ Includes outlays for the TANF program, TANF Contingency Fund, and the TANF Economic Response Fund.

4/ Total excludes $22 Million in discretionary outlays in FY 2017 from a CHIMP.

5/ Includes outlays from the CHIP Child Enrollment Contingency Fund.

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Content last reviewed on February 16, 2016