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Budget Highlights

FY2009 Budget Estimates

All FY 2009 Budget Estimates for all US Department of Transportation operating administrations.

FY2005 DOT Budget Highlights

Overall summary of the President’s FY 2005 Budget request for the US Department of Transportation.

Overall summary of the President’s FY 2005 Budget request for the US Department of Transportation.

FY2010 DOT Budget Highlights

Overall summary of the President’s FY 2010 Budget request for the US Department of Transportation.

Overall summary of the President’s FY 2010 Budget request for the US Department of Transportation.

FY2012 DOT Budget Highlights

Overall summary of the President’s FY 2012 Budget request for the US Department of Transportation.
 

Overall summary of the President’s FY 2012 Budget request for the US Department of Transportation.
 

FY2013 DOT Budget Highlights

Overall summary of the President’s FY 2013 Budget request for the US Department of Transportation. The President proposes a total of $74 billion for the DOT, a 2 percent increase above FY 2012.

Overall summary of the President’s FY 2013 Budget request for the US Department of Transportation. The President proposes a total of $74 billion for the DOT, a 2 percent increase above FY 2012.

U.S. DOT Yearly Budget and Program Performance

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.