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Appendix II: Budget Functional Code Appendix

incarceration of criminals, and promotion of the general maintenance of domestic order. It includes the provision of court appointed counsel or other legal services to individuals. This function excludes the costs of the legislative branch, the narrow-purpose police or guard activities providing protection to Federal property, or activities which are an integral part of a broader function (such as postal inspectors, tax collection agents, and Park Service Rangers). The costs of National Guard personnel who are called upon occasionally to provide general public safety protection and military police costs are included under the national defense function rather than in this function. 19.701 Global Counterterrorism Programs (B) (751) Federal Law Enforcement Activities

Includes Customs, the Immigration and Naturalization Service, the Drug Enforcement Administration, and police and crime prevention activities in other programs. This subfunction also includes the readily identifiable enforcement costs of civil rights activities.

14.400 Equal Opportunity in Housing (N)

14.401 Fair Housing Assistance Program State and Local (B)

14.408 Fair Housing Initiatives Program (B)

14.416 Education and Outreach Initiatives (B)

14.417 Fair Housing Organization Initiatives (B)

14.418 Private Enforcement Initiatives (B)

16.001 Law Enforcement Assistance Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs Laboratory Analysis (J)

16.003 Law Enforcement Assistance Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs Technical Laboratory Publications (L)

16.004 Law Enforcement Assistance Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs Training (M)

16.300 Law Enforcement Assistance FBI Advanced Police Training (M) 16.301 Law Enforcement Assistance FBI Crime Laboratory Support (J,M) 16.302 Law Enforcement Assistance FBI Field Police Training (M) 16.303 Law Enforcement Assistance FBI Fingerprint Identification (J) 16.304 Law Enforcement Assistance National Crime Information Center (J) 16.305 Law Enforcement Assistance Uniform Crime Reports (L) 16.307 Combined DNA Index System (B)

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16.028 Resource Center on Workplace Response to Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, Sexual Assault, and Stalking (B)

16.029 Office on Violence Against Women Special Projects (B) 16.123 Community-Based Violence Prevention Program (B) 16.203 Promoting Evidence Integration in Sex Offender Management Discretionary Grant Program (B,M)

16.320 Services for Trafficking Victims (B,C)

16.321 Antiterrorism Emergency Reserve (B) 16.523 Juvenile Accountability Block Grants (A,B)

16.524 Legal Assistance for Victims (B)

16.525 Grants to Reduce Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, Sexual Assault, and Stalking on Campus (B)

16.526 OVW Technical Assistance Initiative (B)

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16.308 Indian Country Investigations (M)

16.309 Law Enforcement Assistance National Instant Criminal Background Check System (J)

30.001 Employment Discrimination Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (K,N,O)

30.005 Employment Discrimination Private Bar Program (J)

30.008 Employment Discrimination Age Discrimination in Employment (K,N,O)

30.010 Employment Discrimination Equal Pay Act (K,N,O)

30.011 Employment Discrimination Title I of The Americans with Disabilities Act (K,N,O)

30.013 Employment Discrimination-Title II of the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2008 (K,N,O)

93.001 Civil Rights and Privacy Rule Compliance Activities (K,N) 97.010 Citizenship Education and Training (B)

97.076 CyberTipline (B)

(752) Federal Litigative and Judicial Activities

16.544 Youth Gang Prevention (B)

16.548 Title V Delinquency Prevention Program (A)

16.550 State Justice Statistics Program for Statistical Analysis Centers (B) 16.554 National Criminal History Improvement Program (NCHIP) (B)

16.556 State Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Coalitions (B) 16.557 Tribal Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Coalitions Grant

Program (B)

16.560 National Institute of Justice Research, Evaluation, and Development Project Grants (B,L)

16.562 Criminal Justice Research and Development Graduate Research Fellowships (B)

16.566 National Institute of Justice W.E.B. DuBois Fellowship Program (B) 16.571 Public Safety Officers' Benefits Program (D)

16.575 Crime Victim Assistance (A)

16.576 Crime Victim Compensation (A)

16.578 Federal Surplus Property Transfer Program (H)

16.582 Crime Victim Assistance/Discretionary Grants (B,C)

16.583 Children's Justice Act Partnerships for Indian Communities (B,C)

16.585 Drug Court Discretionary Grant Program (B)

16.587 Violence Against Women Discretionary Grants for Indian Tribal Governments (B)

Includes the cost of the judiciary, the cost of prosecution and Federal expenses connected with financing legal defense activities.

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16.606 State Criminal Alien Assistance Program (C)

16.607 Bulletproof Vest Partnership Program (C)
16.608 Tribal Court Assistance Program (B)
16.609 Project Safe Neighborhoods (B)

16.610 Regional Information Sharing Systems (B)
16.614 State and Local Anti-Terrorism Training (K,L,M)
16.615 Public Safety Officers' Educational Assistance (D)
16.616 Indian Country Alcohol and Drug Prevention (B)

16.710 Public Safety Partnership and Community Policing Grants (B)
16.726 Juvenile Mentoring Program (B)

16.727 Enforcing Underage Drinking Laws Program (B)

16.730 Reduction and Prevention of Children's Exposure to Violence (B) 16.731 Tribal Youth Program (B)

16.734 Special Data Collections and Statistical Studies (B)

16.735 PREA Program: Demonstration Projects to Establish "Zero Tolerance" Cultures for Sexual Assault in Correctional Facilities (B) 16.736 Transitional Housing Assistance for Victims of Domestic Violence, Dating Violence, Stalking, or Sexual Assault (B)

16.737 Gang Resistance Education and Training (B)

16.738 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant Program (A,B) 16.739 National Prison Rape Statistics Program (B)

16.740 Statewide Automated Victim Information Notification (SAVIN) Program (B)

16.741 DNA Backlog Reduction Program (B)

16.742 Paul Coverdell Forensic Sciences Improvement Grant Program (A,B) 16.745 Criminal and Juvenile Justice and Mental Health Collaboration Program (B)

16.746 Capital Case Litigation Initiative (B)

16.750 Support for Adam Walsh Act Implementation Grant Program (B)
16.751 Edward Byrne Memorial Competitive Grant Program (B)
16.752 Economic High-Tech and Cyber Crime Prevention (B)

16.753 Congressionally Recommended Awards (B)

16.754 Harold Rogers Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (B)

16.756 Court Appointed Special Advocates (B)

16.757 Judicial Training on Child Maltreatment for Court Personnel Juvenile Justice Programs (B)

16.758 Improving the Investigation and Prosecution of Child Abuse and the Regional and Local Children's Advocacy Centers (B)

16.812 Second Chance Act Reentry Initiative (B) 16.813 NICS Act Record Improvement Program (B)

16.815 Tribal Civil and Criminal Legal Assistance Grants, Training and Technical Assistance (B)

16.816 John R. Justice Prosecutors and Defenders Incentive Act (B) 16.817 Byrne Criminal Justice Innovation Program (B)

16.818 Children Exposed to Violence (B)

16.819 National Forum on Youth Violence Prevention (B)

16.820 Postconviction Testing of DNA Evidence (B)

16.821 Juvenile Justice Reform and Reinvestment Demonstration Program (B)

16.822 National Center for Campus Public Safety (B)

16.823 Emergency Planning for Juvenile Justice Facilities (B)

16.824 Emergency Law Enforcement Assistance Grant (B)

16.825 Smart Prosecution Initiative (B)

16.827 Justice Reinvestment Initiative (B)

16.828 Swift, Certain, and Fair (SCF) Sanctions program: Replicating the Concepts behind Project HOPE (B)

16.833 National Sexual Assault Kit Initiative (B)

16.834 Domestic Trafficking Victim Program (B)

16.835 Body Worn Camera Policy and Implementation (A,B,I,J,K,L,M,N) 16.836 Indigent Defense (B)

16.837 Building Community Trust (B)

16.838 Comprehensive Opioid Abuse Site-Based Program (B) 16.888 Consolidated And Technical Assistance Grant Program to Address Children and Youth Experiencing Domestic and Sexual Violence and Engage Men and Boys as Allies (B)

16.889 Grants for Outreach and Services to Underserved Populations (B) 93.643 Children's Justice Grants to States (A)

95.001 High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas Program (B)

95.004 Anti-Doping Activities (B)

95.005 Drug Court Training and Technical Assistance (B) 95.006 Model State Drug Laws Initiative (B)

95.008 Drug-Free Communities Support Program - National Youth Leadership Initiative (B)

97.008 Non-Profit Security Program (B)


This function includes the general overhead costs of the Federal Government, including legislative and executive activities; provision of central fiscal, personnel, and property activities; and the provision of services that cannot reasonably be classified in any other major function. As a normal rule, all activities reasonably or closely associated with other functions shall be included in those functions rather than listed as a part of general government. 97.018 National Fire Academy Training Assistance (C) 97.043 State Fire Training Systems Grants (B)

(801) Legislative Functions

Includes most of the costs of the legislative branch except for the Tax Court, the Library of Congress, and the Government Printing Office revolving fund.

(802) Executive Direction and Management

Includes the Executive Office of the President (unless some major grants or operating programs are included in the EOP); occasionally some closely related spending outside the EOP is also included in this subfunction.

(803) Central Fiscal Operations

Includes the general tax collection and fiscal operations of the Treasury Department.

21.006 Tax Counseling for the Elderly (B)

21.008 Low Income Taxpayer Clinics (B)

21.009 Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Matching Grant Program (B)

(804) General Property and Records Management

Includes most of the operations of the General Services Administration (net of reimbursements from other agencies for services rendered).

39.002 Disposal of Federal Surplus Real Property (H)

39.003 Donation of Federal Surplus Personal Property (H)

39.007 Sale of Federal Surplus Personal Property (H)

89.001 National Archives Reference Services Historical Research (I,K,L)

89.003 National Historical Publications and Records Grants (B)

(805) Central Personnel Management

Includes most of the operating costs of the Office of Personnel Management (formerly the Civil Service Commission) and related agencies (net of reimbursements from other agencies for services rendered).

(806) General Purpose Fiscal Assistance

Includes Federal aid to State, local, and territorial governments that is available for general fiscal support. It includes payments in lieu of taxes, grants from Forest Service and Interior Department rents, payments to territories and Puerto Rico, and the Federal payment to the District of Columbia.

15.226 Payments in Lieu of Taxes (C,D)

15.659 National Wildlife Refuge Fund (D)

15.667 Highlands Conservation (B)

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(808) Other General Government

Includes miscellaneous other costs such as Federal costs of territorial governments.


This function code is used where two or more accounts with different Treasury basic account symbols are included in a consolidated program.

10.069 Conservation Reserve Program (C)

10.087 Biomass Crop Assistance Program (D)

10.108 Livestock Indemnity Program-2014 Farm Bill (D)

10.109 Livestock Forage Program-2014 Farm Bill (D)

10.110 Emergency Assistance for Livestock, Honeybees and Farm-Raised Fish Program-2014 Farm Bill (C)

10.111 Tree Assistance Program-2014 Farm Bill (D)

97.028 Emergency Management Institute (EMI) Resident Educational Program (M)

97.039 Hazard Mitigation Grant (B)

97.040 Chemical Stockpile Emergency Preparedness Program (B) 97.042 Emergency Management Performance Grants (A)

97.044 Assistance to Firefighters Grant (B)

97.055 Interoperable Emergency Communications (B)

97.061 Centers for Homeland Security (B)

97.062 Scientific Leadership Awards (B,C)

97.067 Homeland Security Grant Program (A)

97.075 Rail and Transit Security Grant Program (B)

97.077 Homeland Security Research, Development, Testing, Evaluation, and Demonstration of Technologies Related to Nuclear Threat Detection (B)

97.078 Buffer Zone Protection Program (BZPP) (B)

97.083 Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response (SAFER) (B) 97.089 Driver's License Security Grant Program (B)

97.091 Homeland Security Biowatch Program (B,I)

10.112 Price Loss Coverage (C)

10.113 Agriculture Risk Coverage Program (C)

10.114 Cotton Transition Assistance Program (D)

10.600 Foreign Market Development Cooperator Program (C)

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10.604 Technical Assistance for Specialty Crops Program (C)

97.107 National Incident Management System (NIMS) (B)

10.451 Noninsured Assistance (D)

10.601 Market Access Program (A,C)

10.603 Emerging Markets Program (C)

10.605 Quality Samples Program (C)

10.606 Food for Progress (C,H)

10.665 Schools and Roads - Grants to States (A)

10.666 Schools and Roads - Grants to Counties (C)

10.850 Rural Electrification Loans and Loan Guarantees (E,F)

12.432 U.S. Military Academy Athletic Programs at West Point (B)

12.598 Centers for Academic Excellence (B)

15.031 Indian Community Fire Protection (C)

15.066 Tribal Great Lakes Restoration Initiative (B)

15.067 Strengthening Tribal Nations (B,K,L,M)

15.156 Tribal Climate Resilience (C)

97.108 Homeland Security, Research, Testing, Evaluation, and Demonstration

of Technologies (B)

97.113 Rail and Transit Security Grant Program (ARRA) (B)

97.115 Assistance to Firefighters Grant (ARRA) (B)

97.120 Rural Emergency Medical Communications Demonstration Project (B) 97.123 Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center (B)

97.127 Cybersecurity Education and Training Assistance Program (CETAP) (B)

97.128 National Cyber Security Awareness (B)

97.130 National Nuclear Forensics Expertise Development Program (B) 97.131 Emergency Management Baseline Assessments Grant (EMBAG) (C)

15.159 Cultural Resources Management (B,C)

15.252 Abandoned Mine Land Reclamation (AMLR) (A,B)

15.253 Not-for-Profit AMD Reclamation (B)

15.254 OSM/VISTA AmeriCorps (C)

15.255 Science and Technology Projects Related to Coal Mining and Reclamation (B)

17.207 Employment Service/Wagner-Peyser Funded Activities (A,B) 17.225 Unemployment Insurance (A,D)

17.245 Trade Adjustment Assistance (A)

17.271 Work Opportunity Tax Credit Program (WOTC) (A)

17.272 Permanent Labor Certification for Foreign Workers (J)

17.273 Temporary Labor Certification for Foreign Workers (A,J,O) 81.122 Electricity Delivery and Energy Reliability, Research, Development and Analysis (B)

93.354 Public Health Emergency Response: Cooperative Agreement for Emergency Response: Public Health Crisis Response (B) 96.008 Social Security - Work Incentives Planning and Assistance Program (B)

96.009 Social Security State Grants for Work Incentives Assistance to

Disabled Beneficiaries (B)

97.005 State and Local Homeland Security National Training Program (B) 97.007 Homeland Security Preparedness Technical Assistance Program (B) 97.009 Cuban/Haitian Entrant Program (B)

97.025 National Urban Search and Rescue (US&R) Response System (B) 97.026 Emergency Management Institute Training Assistance (C)

97.027 Emergency Management Institute (EMI) Independent Study Program (M)

Appendix III: Sources of Additional Information

Additional information concerning Federal programs and services is available from the sources listed below. The information in this Appendix is in addition to that supplied in Appendix IV (Regional and Local Office Addresses) however; they are not the offices to which an applicant applies for an assistance program. If a potential applicant or information seeker is not certain which agency to contact, there are two types of organizations set up to help: The Federal Information Center Program and the Federal Executive Boards.

FEDERAL CITIZEN INFORMATION CENTER PROGRAM The Federal Citizen Information Center Program (FCIC) is a focal point for information about the Federal government. The FCIC assists people who have questions about Federal agencies, services, and programs, but do not know where to turn for an answer. FCIC information specialists either answer an inquirer's question directly, or perform the necessary research to locate and refer the inquirer to the expert best able to help. Telephone users may call the FCIC toll-free on (800) 688-9889 workdays between 9 a.m. and 8 p.m., Eastern Time. TTY users may call toll-free to the FCIC from anywhere in the U.S. by dialing (800) 326-2996


Federal Executive Boards (FEBs) are composed of heads of Federal field offices in the metropolitan area. The FEBS were established to improve internal Federal management practices, provide a central focus for Federal participation in civic affairs in major metropolitan centers of Federal activity, serve as a means for disseminating information within the Federal government and for promoting discussion of Federal policies and activities of importance to all Federal executives in the field. The FEBS carry out their functions under the supervision of the Office of Personnel Management (OPM). Federal Executive Associations, and Councils, have been locally organized in over 80 other metropolitan areas to perform functions similar to the Federal Executive Boards but on a lesser scale of organization and activity. For further information, contact the Assistant for Field Operations, Office of Personnel Management, Room 5524, 1900 E Street, NW., Washington, DC 20415-0001.Telephone: (202) 6061001.

Albuquerque-Santa Fe, NM

(505) 262-6113

Atlanta, GA

(404) 331-4400

Baltimore, MD (410) 962-4047

Boston, MA (617) 565-6769

Buffalo, NY (716) 551-5655

Chicago, IL (312) 353-6790

Cincinnati, OH (513) 684-2102

Cleveland, OH (216) 433-9460

Dallas-Ft. Worth, TX (214) 767-0767

Denver, CO

(303) 676-7009

Detroit, MI (313) 226-3534

Honolulu, HI (808) 541-2637

Houston, TX (713) 209-4524

Kansas City, MO (913) 551-7100

Los Angeles, CA (562) 980-3445

Miami, FL (305) 536-4344

New Orleans, LA (504) 862-2066

New York, NY (212) 264-1890

Newark, NJ (973) 645-6217

Oklahoma City, OK (405) 231-4167

Philadelphia, PA (215) 597-2766

Pittsburgh, PA (412) 395-6607

Portland, OR (503) 326-2060

St. Louis, MO (314) 539-6312

San Antonio, TX (210) 229-4520

San Francisco, CA (510) 637-1103

Seattle, WA

(206) 220-6171

Twin Cities (Minneapolis-St. Paul), MN

(612) 725-3687

CFDA Print Edition

In addition to the downloadable electronic version of the CFDA Print Edition, a printed hard copy may be purchased for a fee through the U.S. Government Bookstore at

Appendix III: Sources of Additional Information


The Budget of the United States Government

The Budget of the United States Government sets forth the President's comprehensive financial plan and indicates the President's priorities for the Federal government

Information on programs by function, agency, and account, and detailed budget estimates is located in the Budget. Federal programs listed in the Catalog may be identified by the 11-digit budget account identification code listed in the Budget. These codes also appear in the Financial Information section of each Catalog program. A complete explanation of the identification code is provided in Appendix III of the Catalog (the Budget Functional Code Appendix). The Budget may be purchased from the Government Printing Office in the Washington, DC area and the U.S. Government bookstores listed in this Appendix.

The Code of Federal Regulations

The Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) is a codification of the general and permanent rules published in the Federal Register by executive departments and agencies of the Federal government. It includes all statutory regulations of Federal agencies, and is divided into 50 titles, which represent broad subject areas of Federal regulations (e.g., Housing and Urban Development, Public Health, Public Welfare, or Transportation). Each title is divided into chapters, which usually bear the name of the issuing agency. Each chapter is further subdivided into parts covering specific regulatory areas. The number preceding the CFR citation is the title or volume number. The CFR is kept up-to-date by the individual issues of the Federal Register; these two publications must be used together to determine the latest version of any given rule. Individual volumes of the CFR are revised at least once each calendar year and issued on a staggered quarterly basis. The CFR thus serves as a convenient reference for the citizen desiring a comprehensive source for general and permanent Federal regulations.

A General index to the entire Code of Federal Regulations, the CFR Index, is revised as of July 1 each year. The numerical Finding Aids, a cumulative list of CFR Sections affected is published monthly and is cumulated for 12 months, keyed to the revision dates of the various CFR volumes.

The Code of Federal Regulations is available in Federal depository libraries and most major libraries or Federal bookstores. Individual copies may be purchased from the Government Printing Office.

The Federal Register

The Federal Register, published daily, is the medium for making available to the public Federal agency regulations and other legal documents of the Executive Branch. These documents cover a wide range of government activities. Here, government requirements are published which involve environmental protection, consumer product safety, food and drug standards, occupational health and safety, and many more areas of concern to the public.

The Federal Register includes proposed changes in regulated areas. Each proposed change published carries an invitation for any citizen or group to participate in the consideration of the proposed regulation through the submission of written data, views, or arguments, and sometimes by oral presentations. Through the publication of proposed rules and notices of public meetings, citizens are given the opportunity to be informed about and participate in the workings of their government.

The Federal Register is also a vehicle for the announcement of newly authorized and/or funded programs, notifications of funding availability, (NOFAs), program application deadlines, and other important program information. The Federal Register Index is based on a consolidation of entries appearing in the issues of the Federal Register together with broad references. It is published monthly and is cumulative for 12 months. The Federal Register and the Federal Register Index

are available in Federal depository libraries and most major libraries or Federal bookstores. Additional Federal Register resources include, the Statistical Abstract of the United States; Weekly Compilation of Presidential Documents; The Federal Register: What It Is and How To Use It. All Federal Register publications may be purchased from: Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, DC 20402.

Information Resources for Legislative Research and Inquiry

Senate Document Room: (202) 224-7701

House Document Room: (202) 225-3456

Government Printing Office Order Desk: (202) 512-1800

Federal Register Inquiry Desk: (202) 523-5215

The following World Wide Web Sites provide valuable additional information: Senate:

House of Representatives:

Library of Congress:

Government Printing Office:

Office of Management and Budget:

Additional resources available from GPO are: House and Senate Calendars (Monday edition only), How Our Laws Are Made, Digest of Public General Bills and Resolutions, United States Government Manual, Monthly Catalog of United States Government Publications. Stock numbers and prices of these publications can be obtained by calling or writing the GPO. To order or inquire about congressional documents from GPO, call: (202) 512-2465. To order or inquire about any other government publications, call the Order Desk: (202) 512-1800.

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