Office of Inspector General (OIG)
Operating plan for FY 20161
Dollars in Millions
|Activities, Public Health, Human Services, and Department-wide Issues Oversight (PHHS)2||FY2015
|Discretionary Budget Authority (BA)3||72.500||76.500|
|Medicare and Medicaid Oversight from Health Care Fraud and Abuse Control Account (HCFAC)|
|HCFAC Mandatory BA4||186.066||187.617|
|HCFAC Discretionary BA||67.200||67.200|
|Total Discretionary BA||139.700||143.700|
|Total Mandatory BA||186.066||187.617|
|Total Budget Authority||325.766||331.317|
1 Table excludes estimates for HCFAC collections. Table also excludes non‐HCFAC reimbursable funding. In FY 2015, OIG obligated $16 million in non‐HCFAC reimbursable funding. The estimate for FY 2016 is $21 million. This estimate includes funds from section 6201 of the Affordable Care Act for OIG
2 PHHS oversight includes oversight of programs authorized in Title I of the ACA, including Health Insurance Marketplaces.
3 In FY 2015 and FY 2016, OIG’s Discretionary BA includes $1.5 million, transferred from the Food and Drug Administration, consistent with the
4 In the FY 2016 Enacted column, the amount displayed reflects a sequestration reduction of $13.7 million taken at the HCFAC account level at the non‐
5 OIG’s HCFAC funding is drawn from the Medicare Hospital Insurance Trust Fund (sec. 1817(k)(3) of the Social Security Act) and is requested and provided through the CMS budget.