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Summary of Base Resources

 

Food and Drug Administration
Summary of Base Resources

Summary of Base Resources for Requested Increases in FY 2005

FY 2003 Actuals FY 2004 1/ Enacted FY 2005 Request Requested Increase

Cost of Living Pay

$14,352,000

Counterterrorism Food Defense/Security 2/

$97,137,000

$115,660,000

$180,660,000

$65,000,000

BSE

$21,701,000

$21,479,000

$29,804,000

$8,325,000

Medical Device Review Process 3/

$114,949,000

$137,070,000

$162,625,000

$25,555,000

Medical Countermeasures 4/

$53,338,000

$52,620,000

$57,620,000

$5,000,000

CDER Move 5/

$2,361,000

$22,989,000

$20,628,000

Administrative Efficiencies

($23,122,000)

($23,122,000)

Buildings and Facilities

($6,959,000)

($6,959,000)

TOTAL BA INCREASES

$108,779,000

User Fees:

PDUFA

$200,155,000

$249,825,000

$284,394,000

$34,569,000

MDUFMA

$14,838,000

$31,654,000

$33,938,000

$2,284,000

ADUFA

$5,000,000

$8,000,000

$3,000,000

MQSA

$13,074,000

$16,576,000

$16,919,000

$343,000

Export Certification

$1,663,000

$1,570,000

$1,615,000

$45,000

Color Certification

$7,855,000

$5,079,000

$5,223,000

$144,000

TOTAL USER FEE INCREASES

$40,385,000

TOTAL FDA INCREASES

$149,164,000

 
 1/ Includes 0.59 percent rescission from FY 2004 Omnibus Appropriations.
 2/ Food Defense increase includes $35,000,000 for the Food Emergency Response Network (FERN), $15,000,000 for Research, $7,000,000 for Inspections, $5,000,000 for the Biosurveillance Initiative, and $3,000,000 for Crisis/Incident Management.
 3/ FY 2004 base resources includes funding within the overall base for the Devices and Radiological Health program directed to  pre-market activities.  Base resources do not include resources from the Biologics program.  To meet appropriations levels required by statute under MDUFMA, a total of $216,669,000 is requested for both pre- and post-market activities of the Center for Devices and Radiological Health program.
 4/ Total FY 2005 resources for the Human Drugs program is $20,562,000, including a $3,000,000 increase from FY 2004.  Total FY 2005 resources for the Biologics program is $27,043,000, including a $2,000,000 increase from FY 2004.
 5/ As directed, in FY 2004, FDA will use CDER PDUFA carryover funds of $3,625,000 for costs related to the CDER move in the Other Rent and Rent-Related program line.  Total resources for the CDER move to White Oak in FY 2005 is $33,081,000, including increases of $20,628,000 in new budget authority, $2,361,000 from the FY 2004 enacted level, $3,000,000 from new PDUFA funds and $7,092,000 from CDER PDUFA carryover balances from previous fiscal years, that will be expended in the Other Rent and Rent-Related program line.