DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE


I. RESOURCE SUMMARY
(Budget Authority in Millions)
Drug Resources by Goal  1996 Actual 1997 Enacted 1998 Request
Goal 1 

$9.920

$14.106

$10.068

Goal 2 

119.448

117.646

89.139

Goal 3 

73.188

73.697

72.670

Goal 4 

426.699

517.072

420.401

Goal 5 

192.798

234.966

216.310

Total 

$822.053

$957.487

$808.588

Drug Resources by Function       
Interdiction 

$413.760

$527.017

$458.950

State and Local Assistance 

279.020

314.737

243.720

Prevention 

76.825

81.028

76.256

Treatment 

5.783

6.099

5.740

Research and Development 

46.665

28.606

23.922

Total 

$822.053

$957.487

$808.588

Drug Resources by Decision Unit       
Dismantling Cartels 

$63.348

$61.322

$52.799

Source Nation Support 

147.599

181.524

185.038

Detection and Monitoring 

228.947

304.584

238.149

Law Enforcement Agency Support 

299.051

322.254

249.864

Demand Reduction 

83.108

87.803

82.738

Subtotal 

$822.053

$957.487

$808.588

Drug Resources Personnel Summary       

Total FTEs (direct only) 

1,238

1,289

1,309

Information       
Funding Sources:       
- Central Transfer Account 

$678.432

$807.041

$652.582

- Military Departments 

143.621

150.446

156.006

Total

$822.053

$957.487

$808.588

Total Agency Budget (Billions)

$253.7

$250.9

$251.3

Drug Percentage 

0.3%

0.4%

0.3%

(Detail may not add totals due to rounding.)

Note l: FY96 includes funding ($33.2M) for a program that was transferred to the National Foreign Intelligence Programs in FY97 and the outyears. 

Note 2: The DoD counterdrug program accounts for all associated counterdrug resources with the exception of Active component military personnel costs. These costs are absorbed within the Total DoD Budget. 
 

II. METHODOLOGY  III. PROGRAM SUMMARY  Goal 1: Educate and enable America's youth to reject illegal drugs as well as alcohol and tobacco.  Goal 2: Increase the safety of America's citizens by substantially reducing drug-related crime and violence.  Goal 3: Reduce health and social costs to the public of illegal drug use.  Goal 4: Shield America's air, land, and sea frontiers from the drug threat.  Goal 5: Break foreign and domestic drug sources of supply.  IV. BUDGET SUMMARY 

1997 Base Program

1998 Request  Goal 1: Educate and enable America's youth to reject illegal drugs as well as alcohol and tobacco. Goal 2: Increase the safety of America's citizens by substantially reducing drug-related crime and violence. Goal 3: Reduce health and social costs to the public of illegal drug use.  Goal 4: Shield America's air, land, and sea frontiers from the drug threat.  Goal 5: Break foreign and domestic drug sources of supply.  V. PROGRAM STATISTICS 
  1996 Actual 1997 Estimate 1998 Projected
DoD Flight Hours 

48,828

54,543

51,277

CD Flight Hours (NGB State Plans) 

30,691

42,195

32,000

National Guard Workdays (Container Searches) 

179,000

206,000

206,000

Other National Guard Workdays 

783,000

950,000

746,000

Ship Days  1,688 1,731 1,682

VI. PROGRAM ACCOMPLISHMENTS

During FY 1996, DoD achieved the following accomplishments.

Accomplishments Relative to Goal 2:

Accomplishments Relative to Goal 3:  Accomplishments Relative to Goal 4:  Accomplishments Relative to Goal 5: 
Table of Contents
I. Message from the Director
II. Resources to Implement the Strategy
III. Drug Control Funding Tables
IV. Agency Budget Summaries
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