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Budget (Department)

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$9.11
Tuesday, February 25, 2014
Vol IXII, No. 911
Department of Transportation
The benefits of funding DOT and the disadvantage of cutting its budget.
Department of the Treasury
U.S. Cyber Command
Global War On Terror
Pros
Secretary of the Treasury
: Jacob J. Lew

Mission
: It is to manage the U.S. Government's finances and resources effectively, to maintain a strong economy by creating economic and job opportunities to enable economic growth and stability in the US and abroad, and to strengthen national security by combating threats and protecting financial system.

Budget: 2012- $14.2 billion
2013 - $14 billion
Asking for 2014 - $15 billion
Pros:
Cons:
Background Information
Actually started in 1993 after the bombing of the first World Trade Center. It was then heavily supported during the George W. Bush Administration after 9/11.
Continued in the Obama Era but renamed as Overseas Contingency Operation
The benefits of funding USCYBERCOM and the disadvantage of cutting its budget
Do we still need it? YES!
The Cyber Strikes Back
EARS.....OPEN! EYES CLICK HERE
100% +
The mission of DOT is to create fast, safe, efficient, accessible and convenient transportation that will enhance the quality of life of Americans.
Dot stimulates economic growth
employs over 60,000 people
DOT allows the US to maintain power by out-building other countries
DOT presses for public safety (ex. aviation safety, highway safety, pipeline safety
DOT helps build highways in rural areas thus allowing civilians to easily access jobs, healthcare and education
DOT manages many forms of transportation (which are not limited to): automobiles, roadways, bridges, pipelines and hazment, trucking and motercoaches, aviation
DOT takes part in safe driving regulations

Carpool lanes will become fast track lanes and will charge citizens
Air travel will become more expensive
A large number of people will become unemployed thus increasing the unemployment rate
Other countries such as China will out-build America and soon rise to power
U.S will suffer a longer recession period as no money will be circulating in the economy
Roads and bridges will not be fixed thus becoming a hazard to pedestrians
Cons
Secretary of the Department of Transportation: Anthony R. Foxx

2013 Budget: $76.6 billion
Success dealing with Global War on Terror
Death of Osama Bin Laden
Building of military drones
Recently stopped Al-Shabab militia
Department Head:
Current:
Gen. Keith Alexander
Next:
Vice Admiral Michael Rogers
http://www.defense.gov/home/features/2013/0713_cyberdomain/
Mission:
1. Identify, Locate, Defeat terrorism and demolish their organization
2. Deny sponsorship, support, and a safehouse for organization
strengthen and sustain international combat against terrorism
make and international standard
"win the war of ideals"
provide domain awareness

3.DEFEND THE UNITED STATES INTEREST AT HOME AND ABROAD.
Description / Mission:
USCYBERCOM
plans, coordinates, integrates, synchronizes, and conducts activities to:
direct the operations and defense of specified
DOD
information networks and; prepare to conduct full-spectrum military cyberspace
operations in order to enable actions in all domains, ensure US/Allied freedom of action
in cyberspace and deny the same to our adversaries.
With the help of Global War on Terror program
stop terrorist bombing (Shoe-bomb Threat in Feb 14, 2014)
Protect U.S Embassy across the globe (Jan. 22, 2014 Israel reports terrorist planning to destroy U.S Embassies)
*Not a Department, but a program in the Department of Defense and Homeland Security.
FY10: $114M
FY11: $202M
FY12: $118M
FY13: $212M
Budget:
FY 2001-$808 billion
FY 2013 (reality)-$85.8 billion
Asking 2014- $85 billion
Improves Cyberspace operations and Cybersecurity Information Sharing
Centralize command of cyberspace operations
Improve DoD’s capabilities to ensure resilient, reliable information and communication networks, counter cyberspace threats, and assure access to cyberspace
4,000 more employees
Pros
Cons
Cyber infrastructure vulnerable to domestic and foreign attacks
Continued distance between government agencies
Limited amount of personal (currently 300)
Critical information at risk
Only focus on information gathering rather than Offensive security
Work Cited
increase domestic and foreign awareness
hasn't been an attack on American land ever since 9/11
has stopped any attempts of attacks on U.S Territory
Above all, builds and maintains a safe environment for the American people
increase higher chance of terrorist attacks
Military has a higher chance to be oblivious to any movement against the United States.
"democracy feeds terrorism"- as long as there democracy, there will be an opposing side to destroy it
terrorist impose on international laws and trade
Pros

Cons
Improves market transparency,protects consumers, and increases financial competitiveness
Increases funding for the Healthy Food Financing Initiative
Promotes community development
Supports small business
Propose debt collection legislative
Saves over $100 million
Over producing coins
less funding for all departments
supports less programs
unemployment rate will go up
less small businesses
http://budget.house.gov/uploadedfiles/appropriations_update_defense.pdf
http://www.usnews.com/opinion/blogs/world-report/2013/06/18/10-reasons-the-global-war-on-terror-must-continue
www.cnn.com
http://www.whitehouse.gov/omb/budget/overview
http://www.treasury.gov/about/budget-performance/Documents/Treasury%20Federal%20Program%20Inventory.pdf

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