All past and current DOT budget and performance documents.
Housed within the CFO's office is the Office of Budget and Program Performance. Its primary functions are to review, analyze, and revise the annual budget requests that are developed within DOT's Operating Administrations before they are submitted to the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and Congress. The Office of Budget and Program Performance also reviews and coordinates all the performance-related documents for the agency that must be submitted to OMB.
The Assistant Secretary for Budget and Programs, and Chief Financial Officer is the principal advisor to the Secretary on the Department’s budget, program performance, and all aspects of financial management. Also, the Assistant Secretary's Office is responsible for the budget and financial management functions of the Secretary's staff offices.
Description of each US Department of Transportation performance measure and how the data was collected for the FY2010 DOT Peformance Report.