Annual Budget on ACF Anti-Trafficking Initiatives

Each year, the Administration for Children and Families (ACF) submits Budget Justifications to Congress outlining ACF’s funding requests and priorities.  Congressional Budget Justifications provide important information on ACF’s programs, project, and activities; organizational performance targets related to the HHS Strategic Plan and ACF Strategic Plan; and the resources needed to achieve ACF’s performance goals. 

The Congressional Budget Justification includes information about three concurrent fiscal years (FY): the prior year, the current year, and the upcoming request year.  Prior and current year funding levels usually reflect actual amounts enacted in annual appropriations, whereas the request year represents what ACF is requesting in funding support from Congress.


FY 2016 Budget Resources


FY 2015 Budget Resources

  • (April 23, 2014)  Audio recording of National Briefing Call on the FY 2015 budget request for ACF anti-trafficking initiatives
  • (April 23, 2014)  Background brief for National Briefing Call on the FY 2015 budget request for ACF anti-trafficking initiatives
  • (March 7, 2014)  ACF Congressional Justification outlines ACF’s funding requests and priorities to Congress.  Budget requests for anti-trafficking initiatives are in the Refugee and Entrant Assistance Section.
  • (March 7, 2014)  HHS Budget in Brief provides an overview of the HHS budget, and how the budget supports the major initiatives of the Department.
  • (March 7, 2014)  U.S. President’s Budget Request summarizes funding request and priorities for the entire Federal Government

 

Budget information for prior fiscal years is available from the ACF Office of Legislative Affairs & Budget.

 

 

 

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