Comparative Statement of Expenditures -- September 2012

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*25.0% of Fiscal Year Completed
*25.0% of Payrolls Processed

FUNCTION FY 2012
PRE-AUDIT
ACTUALS
FY2013
REVISED
BUDGET
FY2013
EXPENDITURES
THRU 9/30/12

% OF
BUDGET
EXPENDED
FY 2012
EXPENDITURES
THRU 9/30/11
EXPENDITURES
% CHANGE
Legislative & Executive $5,260,582 $6,641,605 $1,511,954 22.8% $1,305,375 16%
Judicial Administration 38,078,180 $41,615,761 $10,469,572 25.2% $9,764,638 7%
             
Staff Agencies            
Information Technology Services $7,066,313 $8,382,803 $2,483,206 29.6% $2,054,044 21%
Management & Budget 1,011,271 1,053,192 190,931 18.1% 220,441 -13%
Finance 11,093,830 11,338,869 2,416,821 21.3% 2,309,071 5%
Real Estate Assessment 1,591,527 1,768,888 399,689 22.6% 365,410 9%
Human Resources 2,876,753 3,285,013 631,976 19.2% 667,872 -5%
Planning & Zoning 5,575,500 5,646,076 1,471,163 26.1% 1,406,623 5%
Economic Development Activities 4,655,791 4,930,951 1,232,630 25.0% 1,207,827 2%
City Attorney 2,458,523 2,601,400 638,380 24.5% 569,956 12%
Registrar 1,164,912 1,336,170 384,181 28.8% 319,139 20%
General Services 12,300,194 12,382,567 2,653,052 21.4% 2,729,628 -3%
Total Staff Agencies $49,794,614 $52,725,929 $12,502,029 23.7% $11,850,011 6%
             
Operating Agencies            
Transportation & Environmental Services $28,624,160 $28,773,579 $7,644,660 26.6% $7,982,173 -4%
Fire 36,999,841 38,777,246 10,537,053 27.2% 10,290,595 2%
Police 51,293,299 52,177,620 14,539,410 27.9% 13,712,971 6%
Emergency & Customer Communications 5,979,383 6,347,675 1,398,555 22.0% 1,323,659 0%
Code 766,443 963,808 210,270 21.8% 195,476 8%
Transit Subsidies 7,477,390 7,350,378 3,339,617 45.4% 2,046,107 63% 1
Community and Human Services 14,706,544 13,711,741 3,725,916 27.2% 4,453,097 -16%
Health 7,833,184 8,356,965 1,910,561 22.9% 911,248 110%2
Historic Resources 2,800,516 2,792,711 699,826 25.1% 677,482 3%
Recreation 19,087,330 20,657,771 5,429,136 26.3% 5,172,167 5%
Total Operating Agencies $175,568,090 $179,909,494 $49,435,004 27.5% $46,764,975 6%
             
Education            
Schools $174,956,420 $179,486,405 3 $26,145,139 14.6% $26,198,229 0%
Other Educational Activities 12,288 11,721 2,930 25.0% 3,072 -5%
Total Education $174,968,708 $179,498,126 $26,148,069 14.6% $26,201,301 0%
             
Capital, Debt Service & Miscellaneous            
Capital, Debt Service, and Miscellaneous Debt Service $43,473,292 $48,514,314 $16,150,984 33.3% $11,246,833 44%4
Non-Departmental 13,674,274 13,167,090 4,121,637 31.3% 4,306,580 -4%
Cash Capital 13,818,129 6,955,483 6,955,483 100.0% 4,915,986 41%
Contingent Reserves - - - - - -
Total Capital, Debt Service & Miscellaneous $144,116,005 $68,636,887 $27,350,630 39.8% $20,469,399 33.6%
             
TOTAL EXPENDITURES $587,786,179 $529,027,802 $127,417,258 24.1% $116,355,699 9.5%
             
Cash Match (Mental Health/Mental Retardation/Substance Abuse,
Human Services, and Library and Transfers to the Special Revenue Fund)
$37,813,128 $43,967,990 - 0.0% - -
Transfer to Housing 2,185,179 2,167,845 421,753 19.5% 357,186 18%
Transfer to Library 6,145,662 6,878,164 1,719,541 25.0% 1,651,238 4%
Transfer to DASH 8,460,569 11,084,000 2,771,000 25.0% 2,007,000 38%
TOTAL EXPENDITURES & TRANSFERS $642,390,717 $593,125,801 $132,329,552 22.3% $120,371,123 9.9%
             
Total Expenditures by Category            
Salaries and Benefits $189,163,914 $197,744,976 $45,585,399 23.1% $47,434,367 -4%
Non Personnel (includes all school funds) 453,226,803 395,380,825 86,744,153 21.9% 72,936,756 19%
Total Expenditures $642,390,717 $593,125,801 $132,329,552 22.3% $120,371,123 9.9%



Notes

  1. Transit Subsidies: The increase is due to the timing of the City’s payment to WMATA.
  2. Health: The Health Department made the first $0.97 million quarterly payment to the Commonwealth of Virginia to cover the City’s local commitment earlier in the year than in FY 2012.
  3. Schools: The City will provide approximately 75.8 percent of the estimated funds required to operate the City public school system in FY 2013.
  4. Debt Service: The increase in debt services reflects planned expenditures for the FY 2012 general obligation bonds.

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