[Appendix, Budget of the United States Government, Fiscal Year 1998]
[Page 395-409]

 
                        CORPS OF ENGINEERS--CIVIL

                              Federal Funds

General and special funds:

               GENERAL INVESTIGATIONS CONSOLIDATED PROGRAM

                [Budget authority in millions of dollars]

                                     1996 actual  1997 est.   1998 est.
General investigations:
  Direct program....................         122         154         150
  Reimbursable program..............           2           3           2
  Rivers and harbors contributed 
    funds (permanent appropriation).          23          22          25
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      Total budget authority........         147         179         177
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                         General Investigations

    For expenses necessary for the collection and study of basic 
information pertaining to river and harbor, flood control, shore 
protection, and related projects, restudy of authorized projects, 
miscellaneous investigations, and, when authorized by laws, surveys and 
detailed studies and plans and specifications of projects prior to 
construction, [$153,872,000] $150,000,000, to remain available until 
expended[, of which funds are provided for the following projects in the 
amounts specified:
        Norco Bluffs, California, $180,000;
        San Joaquin River Basin, Caliente Creek, California, $150,000;
        Tampa Harbor, Alafia Channel, Florida, $100,000;
        Lake George, Hobart, Indiana, $100,000;
        Little Calumet River Basin, Cady Marsh Ditch, Indiana, $200,000;
        Tahoe Basin Study, Nevada and California, $100,000;
        Barnegat Inlet to Little Egg Harbor Inlet, New Jersey, $300,000;
        Brigantine Inlet to Great Egg Harbor Inlet, New Jersey, 
    $360,000;
        Great Egg Harbor Inlet to Townsends Inlet, New Jersey, $200,000;
        Manasquan Inlet to Barnegat Inlet, New Jersey, $250,000;
        Townsends Inlet to Cape May Inlet, New Jersey, $245,000;
        South Shore of Staten Island, New York, $200,000;
        Mussers Dam, Middle Creek, Snyder County, Pennsylvania, 
    $450,000;
        Rhode Island South Coast, Habitat Restoration and Storm Damage 
    Reduction, Rhode Island, $100,000;
        Monongahela River, West Virginia, $500,000;
        Monongahela River, Fairmont, West Virginia, $100,000; and

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        Tygart River Basin, Philippi, West Virginia, $100,000]. (Energy 
    and Water Development Appropriations Act, 1997.) 

               Program and Financing (in millions of dollars)

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    Obligations by program activity:
      Direct program:

        Surveys and planning:
00.01     Navigation, flood damage 
            prevention, and shoreline 
            protection studies..........          34          41          39
00.02     Comprehensive basin studies...                       1           1
00.03     Special studies...............           8          16          16
00.04     Review of authorized projects.          10          14          12
00.05     Cooperation with other Federal 
            agencies and non-Federal 
            interests...................           7           6          10
00.07     Preconstruction engineering 
            and design..................          39          40          30
        Collection and study of basic 
            data:
00.08     Flood plain management 
            services....................           7           7           7
00.09     Other programs................           8           5           4
00.10   Research and development........          27          24          31
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
00.91     Total direct program..........         140         154         150
01.01 Reimbursable program..............           2           2           2
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
10.00   Total obligations...............         142         156         152
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    Budgetary resources available for obligation:
21.40 Unobligated balance available, 
        start of year: Uninvested 
        balance.........................          40          22          23
22.00 New budget authority (gross)......         124         157         152
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
23.90   Total budgetary resources 
          available for obligation......         164         179         175
23.95 New obligations...................        -142        -156        -152
24.40 Unobligated balance available, end 
        of year: Uninvested balance.....          22          23          23
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    New budget authority (gross), detail:
      Current:

40.00   Appropriation...................         122         154         150
      Permanent:

68.00   Spending authority from 
          offsetting collections: 
          Offsetting collections other 
          federal agencies..............           2           3           2
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
70.00   Total new budget authority 
          (gross).......................         124         157         152
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    Change in unpaid obligations:
      Unpaid obligations, start of year:

72.40   Obligated balance: Appropriation          45          29          38
72.95   Orders on hand from Federal 
          sources.......................           5           5           5
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
72.99     Total unpaid obligations, 
            start of year...............          50          34          43
73.10 New obligations...................         142         156         152
73.20 Total outlays (gross).............        -158        -147        -154
      Unpaid obligations, end of year:

74.40   Obligated balance: Appropriation          29          38          35
74.95   Orders on hand from Federal 
          sources.......................           5           5           5
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
74.99     Total unpaid obligations, end 
            of year.....................          34          43          40
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    Outlays (gross), detail:
86.90 Outlays from new current authority          71          92          90
86.93 Outlays from current balances.....          83          52          62
86.97 Outlays from new permanent 
        authority.......................           2           3           2
86.98 Outlays from permanent balances...           2
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
87.00   Total outlays (gross)...........         158         147         154
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    Offsets:
      Against gross budget authority and outlays:

88.00   Offsetting collections (cash) 
          from: Federal sources.........          -2          -3          -2
88.95 Change in orders on hand from 
        Federal sources.................
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    Net budget authority and outlays:
89.00 Budget authority..................         122         154         150
90.00 Outlays...........................         156         144         153
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    Funds are requested to continue surveys, preconstruction engineering 
and design, data collection, interagency coordination and research 
activities to determine the need, engineering feasibility, economic 
justification, and the environmental and social suitability of solutions 
to water and related land resource problems.

    Funds are requested for several new flood damage reduction studies. 
Projects starting preconstruction engineering and design (PED) in FY 
1998 are included on the basis that non-federal sponsors will be 
required to provide up-front financing for 25 percent of PED costs. 
Funds are also requested for planning assistance to States and 
floodplain management services. 

               Object Classification (in millions of dollars)

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      Direct obligations:

        Personnel compensation:
11.1      Full-time permanent...........          66          68          68
11.3      Other than full-time permanent           5           5           5
11.5      Other personnel compensation..           2           2           2
11.7      Military personnel............           1           1           1
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
11.9        Total personnel compensation          74          76          76
12.1    Civilian personnel benefits.....          17          18          18
21.0    Travel and transportation of 
          persons.......................           3           4           3
23.1    Rental payments to GSA..........           4           4           4
23.3    Communications, utilities, and 
          miscellaneous.................           2           2           2
24.0    Printing and reproduction.......           3           3           3
25.2    Other services..................          18          25          22
25.3    Purchase goods & svcs. fm 
          Government....................          10          15          15
25.5    Research and development 
          contracts.....................           5           5           5
26.0    Supplies and materials..........           2           2           2
31.0    Equipment.......................           1           1           1
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
99.0      Subtotal, direct obligations..         139         155         151
99.0  Reimbursable obligations..........           3           1           1
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
99.9    Total obligations...............         142         156         152
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                              Personnel Summary

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    Direct:
      Total compensable workyears:

1001    Full-time equivalent employment.       1,850       1,818       1,818
1005    Full-time equivalent of overtime 
          and holiday hours.............          69          66          59
    Reimbursable:
2001  Total compensable workyears: Full-
        time equivalent employment......          40          40          52
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               CONSTRUCTION, GENERAL CONSOLIDATED PROGRAM

                [Budget authority in millions of dollars]

                                     1996 actual  1997 est.   1998 est.
Construction, general:
  Direct program:
    General fund....................         745       1,004       1,323
    Supplemental reduction..........                     -50
    Inland waterway trust fund 
      appropriation.................          58          79          70
    Transfer to Bureau of Indian 
      Affairs.......................                      -1
  Reimbursable program..............         340         350         350
  Rivers and harbors contributed 
    funds (permanent appropriation).         111          82         170
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      Total budget authority........       1,254       1,464       1,913
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                Construction General, Funding of Fixed Assets Proposed in the FY 1998 Budget
[Budget authority in millions of dollars]...................................................................
                   Fiscal Year                      1998        1999        2000        2001        2002
Full Funding: Upfront for New Starts \1\........         365
Full Funding: Upfront for the Continuing 
Authorities New Construction Starts.............          15
Full Funding: Advance Appropriations for Ongoing 
Construction \2\................................                     277         177          89          32
Incremental Funding: Ongoing Construction \3\...         934
Incremental Funding: Other Programs and 
Activities......................................          79
                                                ------------------------------------------------------------
    Total, Construction General.................       1,393
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    \1\ The FY 1998 amount is for specifically authorized new starts. These include new construction, major 
rehabilitation, resumption of construction, and dam safety projects.
    \2\ The advanced appropriations fund the remaining Federal cost of projects that will complete by FY 
2002.
    \3\ Completing programmed construction of the incrementally funded projects will continue to require 
substantial appropriations in the outyears. The total estimated funding in 1999 and beyond to complete these 
projects is approximately $9.6 billion.

    The above table shows the estimated cost of fully funding, upfront 
all new starts, and the cost of advance appropriating funds for all 
projects that will be completed through FY 2002. It also includes the FY 
1998 incremental funding for projects that will be completed after FY 
2002. This table is provided to inform Congress and the public of the 
Federal funding necessary to complete construction of projects included 
in the President's budget.

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                          Construction, General

    For the prosecution of river and harbor, flood control, shore 
protection, and related projects authorized by laws; and detailed 
studies, and plans and specifications, of projects (including those for 
development with participation or under consideration for participation 
by States, local governments, or private groups) authorized or made 
eligible for selection by law (but such studies shall not constitute a 
commitment of the Government to construction), [$1,081,942,000] 
$1,393,250,000, to remain available until expended, of which such sums 
as are necessary pursuant to Public Law 99-662 shall be derived from the 
Inland Waterways Trust Fund, for one-half of the costs of construction 
and rehabilitation of inland waterways projects, including 
rehabilitation costs for the Lock and Dam 25, Mississippi River, 
Illinois and Missouri, Lock and Dam 14, Mississippi River, Iowa, and 
Lock and Dam 24, Mississippi River, Illinois and Missouri, and Lock and 
Dam 3, Mississippi River, Minnesota, projects: Provided, That within the 
total appropriated herein, funds sufficient to complete the following 
projects are provided in the amounts specified:
        American River, California, $44,744,000;
        Anacostia River and Tributaries, Maryland and District of 
    Columbia, $10,799,000;
        Alton to Gale Organized Levee District, Illinois and Missouri 
    (deficiency correction) (resumption), $575,000;
        Atlantic Intracoastal Waterway Bridge at Great Bridge, Virginia, 
    $21,139,000;
        Buford Powerhouse, Georgia (major rehabilitation), $27,200,000;
        Cooper River, Charleston Harbor, South Carolina (resumption), 
    $2,738,000;
        Everglades and South Florida Ecosystem Restoration, Florida, 
    $75,000,000;
        Houston--Galveston Navigation Channels, Texas, $119,100,000;
        Las Cruces and Vicinity, New Mexico, $6,000,000;
        Lock and Dam 3, Mississippi River, Minnesota (major 
    rehabilitation), $12,400,000;
        Tygart Lake, Pennsylvania (dam safety), $28,043,000; and
        Wilmington Harbor Channel Widening, North Carolina, $17,512,000.
    In addition, for completion of ongoing projects, to become available 
on October 1 of the fiscal year specified and remain available until 
expended: fiscal year 1999, $277,391,000, fiscal year 2000, 
$177,372,000, fiscal year 2001, $88,571,000, and fiscal year 2002, 
$32,410,000. [and of which funds are provided for the following projects 
in the amounts specified:
         Red River Emergency Bank Protection, Arkansas, $3,000,000;
         San Timoteo Creek (Santa Ana River Mainstem), California, 
    $7,000,000;
         Indianapolis Central Waterfront, Indiana, $7,000,000;
         Indiana Shoreline Erosion, Indiana, $2,200,000;
         Harlan (Levisa and Tug Forks of the Big Sandy River and Upper 
    Cumberland River), Kentucky, $18,000,000;
         Martin County (Levisa and Tug Forks of the Big Sandy River and 
    Upper Cumberland River), Kentucky, $350,000;
         Middlesboro (Levisa and Tug Forks of the Big Sandy River and 
    Upper Cumberland River), Kentucky, $2,500,000;
         Pike County (Levisa and Tug Forks of the Big Sandy River and 
    Upper Cumberland River), Kentucky, $2,000,000;
         Town of Martin (Levisa and Tug Forks of the Big Sandy River and 
    Upper Cumberland River), Kentucky, $300,000;
         Williamsburg (Levisa and Tug Forks of the Big Sandy River and 
    Upper Cumberland River), Kentucky, $4,050,000;
         Salyersville, Kentucky, $3,000,000;
         Lake Pontchartrain and Vicinity, Louisiana, $17,025,000;
         Lake Pontchartrain (Jefferson Parish) Stormwater Discharge, 
    Louisiana, $4,750,000;
         Red River below Denison Dam Levee and Bank Stabilization, 
    Louisiana, Arkansas, and Texas, $100,000;
         Red River Emergency Bank Protection, Louisiana, $3,400,000;
         Glen Foerd, Pennsylvania, $800,000;
         South Central Pennsylvania Environmental Restoration 
    Infrastructure and Resource Protection Development Pilot Program, 
    Pennsylvania, $7,000,000;
         Seekonk River, Rhode Island Bridge removal, $650,000;
         Wallisville Lake, Texas, $7,500,000;
         Richmond Filtration Plant, Virginia, $3,500,000;
         Virginia Beach, Virginia, $8,000,000;
         Hatfield Bottom (Levisa and Tug Forks of the Big Sandy River 
    and Upper Cumberland River), West Virginia, $1,300,000;
         Lower Mingo (Kermit) (Levisa and Tug Forks of the Big Sandy 
    River and Upper Cumberland River), West Virginia, $4,000,000;
         Lower Mingo, West Virginia, Tributaries Supplement, $105,000; 
    and
         Upper Mingo County (Levisa and Tug Forks of the Big Sandy River 
    and Upper Cumberland River), West Virginia, $3,500,000: Provided, 
    That of the funds provided for the Red River Waterway, Mississippi 
    River to Shreveport, Louisiana, project, $3,000,000 is provided, to 
    remain available until expended, for design and construction of a 
    regional visitor center in the vicinity of Shreveport, Louisiana at 
    full Federal expense: Provided further, That the Secretary of the 
    Army, acting through the Chief of Engineers, is directed to use 
    $1,000,000 of the funds appropriated in Public Law 104-46 for 
    construction of the Ohio River Flood Protection, Indiana, project: 
    Provided further, That the Secretary of the Army, acting through the 
    Chief of Engineers, is directed, in cooperation with State, county, 
    and city officials and in consultation with the Des Moines River 
    Greenbelt Advisory Committee, to provide highway and other signs 
    appropriate to direct the public to the bike trail which runs from 
    downtown Des Moines, Iowa, to the Big Creek Recreation area at the 
    Corps of Engineers Saylorville Lake project and the wildlife refuge 
    in Jasper and Marion Counties in Iowa authorized in Public Law 101-
    302: Provided further, That any law, regulation, documents or record 
    of the United States in which such projects are referred to shall be 
    held to refer to the bike trail as the Neal Smith Bike Trail and to 
    such centers as the Neal Smith Prairie Wildlife Learning Center: 
    Provided further, That the Secretary is directed to initiate 
    construction on the Joseph G. Minish Historic Waterfront Park, New 
    Jersey, project; furthermore, the Secretary may transfer not to 
    exceed $900,000 from General Investigations appropriations made in 
    title I of the Energy and Water Development Appropriations Act, 
    Public Law 103-126 (107 Stat. 1313) for the Passaic River, Mainstem, 
    New Jersey, to Construction, General for the Joseph G. Minish 
    Historic Waterfront Park, New Jersey, project and that the 
    Committees on Appropriations of the House and Senate shall be 
    promptly advised of such transfer: Provided further, That of the 
    funds provided herein, $1,000,000 shall be for payment to the Kansas 
    City Southern Industries, Inc., in partial reimbursement of costs 
    associated with the relocation and modification of the Louisiana and 
    Arkansas (L&A) Railway Bridge at Alexandria, Louisiana, for 
    navigation requirements of the Red River navigation project: 
    Provided further, That using $500,000 of the funds appropriated for 
    the Passaic River Mainstem, New Jersey, project under the heading 
    ``General Investigations'' in Public Law 103-126, the Secretary of 
    the Army, acting through the Chief of Engineers, is directed to 
    begin implementation of the Passaic River Preservation of Natural 
    Storage Areas separable element of the Passaic River Flood Reduction 
    Project, New Jersey: Provided further, That the Secretary of the 
    Army, acting through the Chief of Engineers, is authorized and 
    directed to initiate construction on the following projects in the 
    amounts specified:
         Humboldt Harbor, California, $2,500,000;
         San Lorenzo River, California, $200,000;
         Faulkner's Island, Connecticut, $1,500,000;
         Chicago Shoreline, Illinois, $8,000,000;
         Pond Creek, Jefferson City, Kentucky, $1,500,000;
         Natchez Bluff, Mississippi, $4,500,000;
         Wood River, Grand Isle, Nebraska, $1,000,000;
         New York City Watershed, New York, $1,000,000;
         Duck Creek, Cincinnati, Ohio, $466,000;
         Saw Mill Run, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, $500,000;

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         West Virginia and Pennsylvania Flooding, West Virginia and 
    Pennsylvania, $1,000,000;
         Upper Jordan River, Utah, $500,000;
         San Juan Harbor, Puerto Rico, $800,000; and
         Allendale Dam, Rhode Island, $195,000: Provided further, That 
    no fully allocated funding policy shall apply to construction of the 
    projects listed above, and the Secretary of the Army is directed to 
    undertake these projects using continuing contracts where sufficient 
    funds to complete the projects are not available from funds provided 
    herein or in prior years.] (Energy and Water Development 
    Appropriations Act, 1997.) 

               Program and Financing (in millions of dollars)

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    Obligations by program activity:
      Direct program:

        Navigation projects:
          Channels and harbors:
00.04       Projects specifically 
              authorized by Congress....          96         107         109
00.05       Projects not specifically 
              authorized by Congress....           6           7           7
00.09     Locks and dams................         118         140         142
        Beach erosion control projects:
00.12     Projects specifically 
            authorized by Congress......          58          69          71
00.13     Projects not specifically 
            authorized by Congress......           2           2           2
        Flood control projects:
          Local protection:
00.16       Projects specifically 
              authorized by Congress....         419         505         522
00.17       Projects not specifically 
              authorized by Congress....          22          26          28
00.18       Emergency streambank and 
              shoreline protection......          10          12          13
00.22       Reservoirs..................          15          18          19
00.25       Multiple-purpose power 
              projects..................         108         128         130
        Major rehabilitation and dam 
            safety assurance projects:
00.27     Navigation....................           4           5           5
00.28     Flood control.................           5           6           6
00.29     Multiple-purpose power 
            projects....................          12          14          15
00.33   Employees' compensation.........          17          20          21
00.35   Project modification for 
          environmental restoration.....          18          21          22
00.36   Aquatic plant control...........           6           7           7
00.39   Beneficial Uses of Dredged 
          Material......................                       1           6
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
00.91     Total direct program..........         916       1,088       1,125
01.01
Reimbursable program                             338         350         350
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
10.00   Total obligations...............       1,254       1,438       1,475
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    Budgetary resources available for obligation:
      Unobligated balance available, start of year:

        Uninvested balance:
21.40     Direct........................         353         239         210
21.40     Reimbursable..................         461         405         349
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
21.99     Total unobligated balance, 
            start of year...............         814         644         559
22.00 New budget authority (gross)......       1,084       1,353       1,673
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
23.90   Total budgetary resources 
          available for obligation......       1,898       1,997       2,232
23.95 New obligations...................      -1,254      -1,438      -1,475
      Unobligated balance available, end of year:

        Uninvested balance:
24.40     Direct........................         239         210         215
24.40     Reimbursable..................         405         349         542
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
24.99   Total unobligated balance, end 
          of year.......................         644         559         757
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    New budget authority (gross), detail:
      Current:

40.00   Appropriation...................         744       1,004       1,323
41.00   Transferred to other accounts...                      -1
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
43.00     Appropriation (total).........         744       1,003       1,323
      Permanent:

        Spending authority from 
            offsetting collections:
          Offsetting collections (cash):
68.00       Offsetting collections non-
              federal...................                       3           2
68.00       Offsetting collections other 
              agencies..................         471         347         348
68.10     Change in orders on hand- 
            Federal Agy.................        -100
68.15     Adjustment to orders on hand 
            from Federal sources........         -31
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
68.90       Spending authority from 
              offsetting collections 
              (total)...................         340         350         350
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
70.00   Total new budget authority 
          (gross).......................       1,084       1,353       1,673
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    Change in unpaid obligations:
      Unpaid obligations, start of year:

72.40   Obligated balance: Appropriation         490         312         383
72.95   Orders on hand from Federal 
          sources.......................         564         464         464
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
72.99     Total unpaid obligations, 
            start of year...............       1,054         776         847
73.10 New obligations...................       1,254       1,438       1,475
73.20 Total outlays (gross).............      -1,532      -1,367      -1,353
      Unpaid obligations, end of year:

74.40   Obligated balance: Appropriation         312         383         506
74.95   Orders on hand from Federal 
          sources.......................         464         464         464
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
74.99     Total unpaid obligations, end 
            of year.....................         776         847         970
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    Outlays (gross), detail:
86.90 Outlays from new current authority         613         602         602
86.93 Outlays from current balances.....         427         415         401
86.97 Outlays from new permanent 
        authority.......................         132         350         350
86.98 Outlays from permanent balances...         360
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87.00   Total outlays (gross)...........       1,532       1,367       1,353
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    Offsets:
      Against gross budget authority and outlays:

        Offsetting collections (cash) 
            from:
88.00     Other Federal sources.........        -471        -350        -348
88.40     Non-Federal sources...........                                  -2
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
88.90       Total, offsetting 
              collections (cash)........        -471        -350        -350
88.95 Change in orders on hand from 
        Federal sources.................         100
88.96 Adjustment to orders on hand from 
        Federal sources.................          31
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    Net budget authority and outlays:
89.00 Budget authority..................         745       1,003       1,323
90.00 Outlays...........................       1,061       1,017       1,003
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                 Summary of Budget Authority and Outlays

                        [In millions of dollars]

                                     1996 actual  1997 est.   1998 est.
Enacted/requested:
  Budget Authority..................         744       1,003       1,323
  Outlays...........................       1,061       1,017       1,003
Supplemental proposal:
  Budget Authority..................                     -50
  Outlays...........................                     -30         -20
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Total:
  Budget Authority..................         744         953       1,323
  Outlays...........................       1,061         987         983
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    Funds are requested for construction, rehabilitation and related 
activity for water resources development projects having navigation, 
flood control, water supply, hydroelectric, and other attendant benefits 
to the Nation. The major rehabilitation projects for inland and coastal 
waterways will derive one-half of the funding from the Inland Waterway 
Trust Fund.

    Full, up-front funding is proposed for all new construction starts 
and full funding using advanced appropriations is proposed for all 
projects that will complete by FY 2002 pursuant to the ``Principles of 
Budgeting for Capital Asset Acquisitions.'' These principles can be 
found in Chapter 6; Federal Investment Spending and Capital Budgeting 
(Part II) in the Analytical Perspectives volume of the FY 1998 Budget.

    The 1998 budget requests full funding through advanced 
appropriations for completion of the following ongoing projects: Abiquiu 
Dam Emergency Gates, New Mexico; AIWW--Replacement of Federal Highway 
Bridges, North Carolina; Aloha-Rigolette, Louisiana; Barkley Dam and 
Lake Barkley, Kentucky and Tennessee; Beach City Lake, Muskingum River 
Lakes, Ohio (Dam Safety); Black Warrior and Tombigee Rivers, vicinity of 
Jackson, Alabama; Boston Harbor, Massachusetts; Burns Waterway Harbor, 
Indiana

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(Major Rehab); Chesapeake Bay Oyster Recovery, Maryland; Corte Madera 
Creek, California; Dewey Lake, Kentucky (Dam Safety); East St Louis, 
Illinois; El Paso, Texas; Fort Wayne Metropolitan Area, Indiana; 
Galisteo Dam, New Mexico (Dam Safety); Guadalupe River, California; 
Hartwell Lake Powerhouse, Georgia and South Carolina (Major Rehab); 
Hodges Village Dam, Massachusetts (Major Rehab); Holes Creek, West 
Carrollton, Ohio; Homme Lake, North Dakota (Dam Safety); Humboldt Harbor 
and Bay (Deepening), California; Jim Woodruff Lock and Dam Powerhouse, 
Florida and Georgia (Major Rehab); Johnstown, Pennsylvania (Major 
Rehab); Kake Harbor, Alaska; Lackawana River, Olyphant, Pennsylvania; 
Lackawana River, Scranton, Pennsylvania; Lake Ashtabula and Baldhill 
Dam, North Dakota (Dam Safety); Lake Ashtabula and Baldhill Dam, North 
Dakota (Major Rehab); Lock and Dam 14, Mississippi River, Iowa (Major 
Rehab); Lock and Dam 24, Mississippi River, Illinois and Missouri (Major 
Rehab); Lock and Dam 25, Mississippi River, Illinois and Missouri (Major 
Rehab); Loves Park, Illinois; Lower Sacramento Area Levee 
Reconstruction, California; Lower Snake River Fish & Wildlife 
Compensation, Washington, Oregon and Idaho; Maalaea Harbor, Maui, 
Hawaii; Marshall, Minnesota; Marysville/Yuba City Levee Reconstruction, 
California; Meramec River Basin, Valley Park Levee, Missouri; 
Metropolitan Louisville, Pond Creek, Kentucky; Metropolitan Region of 
Cincinnati, Duck Creek, Ohio; Mid-valley Area Levee Reconstruction, 
California; Mingo Creek, Tulsa, Oklahoma; Molly Ann's Brook at Haledon, 
Prospect Park and Paterson, New Jersey; Muscatine Island, Iowa; Passaic 
River Preservation of Natural Storage Areas, New Jersey; Perry Creek, 
Iowa; Portage, Wisconsin; Ramapo River at Oakland, New Jersey; Richmond 
Harbor, California; Roanoke River Upper Basin, Headwaters Area, 
Virginia; Roughans Point, Revere, Massachusetts; Sacramento River, Glenn 
Colusa Irrigation District, California; San Lorenzo River, California; 
San Juan Harbor, Puerto Rico; Santa Paula Creek, California; Saw Mill 
Run, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Towne Brook, Quincy and Braintree, 
Massachusetts; Upper Jordan River, Utah; Upper Sacramento Area Levee 
Reconstruction, California; Waco Lake, Texas (Dam Safety); Walter F. 
George Lock and Dam, Alabama and Georgia (Major Rehab); West Sacramento, 
California; Winfield Locks and Dam, West Virginia; Winfield, Kansas; 
Wood River, Grand Island, Nebraska, and Wyoming Valley, Pennsylvania 
(Levee Raising).

    Funding is also included for the restoration of the Kissimmee River 
in Florida and for the Poplar Island Restoration project in Maryland. 
The budget also includes continued funding for juvenile fish mitigation 
in the Columbia River Basin including funding of passage facilities at 
six Corps of Engineers hydroelectric dams on the mainstem Columbia and 
Snake Rivers and funding to support Corps activities in response to the 
determination that certain Snake River Salmon species are threatened and 
endangered. Under Public Law 101-512, the Department of the Interior's 
National Park Service will transfer funds to the Corps of Engineers for 
work it accomplishes under authority of the Everglades National Park 
Protection and Expansion Act. Funding is included for two environmental 
programs authorized by P.L. 104-303, Aquatic Ecosystem Restoration 
(Section 206) and Everglades and South Florida Ecosystem Restoration 
(Section 528).

    Funding is provided for the Continuing Authorities Program (projects 
which do not require specific legislation) including $15 million to 
fully fund, upfront, new starts, which includes flood control (Section 
205) projects, emergency streambank and shoreline protection (Section 
14) projects, beach erosion control (Section 103) projects, mitigation 
of shore damages (Section 111) projects, navigation (Section 107) 
projects, and snagging and clearing (Section 208) projects. 

               Object Classification (in millions of dollars)

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      Direct obligations:

        Personnel compensation:
11.1      Full-time permanent...........         124         121         121
11.3      Other than full-time permanent           9           9           9
11.5      Other personnel compensation..           8           7           7
11.7      Military personnel............           5           5           5
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
11.9        Total personnel compensation         146         142         142
12.1    Civilian personnel benefits.....          30          29          29
        Military personnel benefits:
12.2      Accrued retirement............           1           2           2
12.2      Other personnel...............           1           1           1
21.0    Travel and transportation of 
          persons.......................           6           8           6
23.1    Rental payments to GSA..........           7          10           7
23.3    Communications, utilities, and 
          miscellaneous.................           3           4           3
24.0    Printing and reproduction.......           3           3           3
25.1    Advisory and assistance services          44          65          65
25.2    Other services..................         323         394         433
25.3    Purchase of goods and services 
          from Government accounts......          23          30          30
25.5    Research and development 
          contracts.....................           2           4           4
26.0    Supplies and materials..........           6           9           9
31.0    Equipment.......................          14          12          12
32.0    Land and structures.............         307         375         379
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
99.0      Subtotal, direct obligations..         916       1,088       1,125
99.0  Reimbursable obligations..........         338         350         350
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
99.9    Total obligations...............       1,254       1,438       1,475
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                              Personnel Summary

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    Direct:
      Total compensable workyears:

1001    Full-time equivalent employment.       3,777       3,565       3,516
1005    Full-time equivalent of overtime 
          and holiday hours.............          93          88          80
    Reimbursable:
      Total compensable workyears:

2001    Full-time equivalent employment.         953       1,118       1,094
2005    Full-time equivalent of overtime 
          and holiday hours.............          40          19          12
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         OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE, GENERAL CONSOLIDATED PROGRAM

                [Budget authority in millions of dollars]

                                     1996 actual  1997 est.   1998 est.
Operation and maintenance, general:
  Direct program:
    General fund....................       1,230       1,149       1,098
    Special recreation user fees....          22          29          30
    P.L. 104-208 Supplemental.......                      19
    Transfer from Harbor Maintenance 
      Trust Fund....................         482         519         490
  Reimbursable program..............          24         250          11
  Rivers and harbors contributed 
    funds (permanent appropriation).           6           8          17
                                    ------------------------------------
      Total budget authority........       1,764       1,974       1,646
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                   Operation and Maintenance, General

    For expenses necessary for the preservation, operation, maintenance, 
and care of existing river and harbor, flood control, and related works, 
including such sums as may be necessary for the maintenance of harbor 
channels provided by a State, municipality or other public agency, 
outside of harbor lines, and serving essential needs of general commerce 
and navigation; surveys and charting of northern and northwestern lakes 
and connecting waters; clearing and straightening channels; and removal 
of obstructions to navigation, [$1,697,015,000] $1,618,000,000, to 
remain available until expended, of which such sums as become available 
in the Harbor Maintenance Trust Fund, pursuant to Public Law 99-662, may 
be derived from that fund, and of which such sums as become available 
from the special account established by the Land and Water Conservation 
Act of 1965, as amended (16 U.S.C. 460l), may be derived from that fund 
for construction, operation, and maintenance of outdoor recreation 
facilities[, and of which funds are provided for the following projects 
in the amounts specified:

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        Raystown Lake, Pennsylvania, $4,190,000; and
        Cooper Lake and Channels, Texas, $2,601,000: Provided, That 
    using $1,000,000 of the funds appropriated herein, the Secretary of 
    the Army, acting through the Chief of Engineers, is directed to 
    design and construct a landing at Guntersville, Alabama, as 
    described in the Master Plan Report of the Nashville District titled 
    ``Guntersville Landing'' dated June, 1996: Provided further, That 
    the Secretary of the Army is directed to design and implement at 
    full Federal expense an early flood warning system for the 
    Greenbrier and Cheat River Basins, West Virginia within eighteen 
    months from the date of enactment of this Act: Provided further, 
    That the Secretary of the Army is directed during fiscal year 1997 
    to maintain a minimum conservation pool level of 475.5 at Wister 
    Lake in Oklahoma: Provided further, That no funds, whether 
    appropriated, contributed, or otherwise provided, shall be available 
    to the United States Army Corps of Engineers for the purpose of 
    acquiring land in Jasper County, South Carolina, in connection with 
    the Savannah Harbor navigation project: Provided further, That the 
    Secretary of the Army is directed to use $600,000 of funding 
    provided herein to perform maintenance dredging of the Cocheco River 
    navigation project, New Hampshire]. (Energy and Water Development 
    Appropriations Act, 1997.) 

              Unavailable Collections (in millions of dollars)

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    Balance, start of year:
01.99 Balance, start of year--Special 
        Rec. User Fees and Harbor Maint. 
        Trust...........................          23          35          35
    Receipts:
02.01 Special recreation use fees.......          34          29          30
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
04.00 Total: Balances and collections...          57          64          65
    Appropriation:
05.01 Operation and maintenance, general         -22         -29         -30
07.99 Total balance, end of year........          35          35          35
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    Note.--The receipts shown in this schedule are on deposit in 
Treasury account 96-5007, ``Special Recreation user fees''. 

               Program and Financing (in millions of dollars)

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    Obligations by program activity:
      Direct program:

        Operation and maintenance 
            projects:
          Navigation projects:
00.01       Channels and harbors........         587         578         546
00.02       Locks and dams..............         346         340         315
          Flood control projects:
00.05       Reservoirs..................         324         304         292
00.06       Channel improvements, 
              inspections, and 
              miscellaneous maintenance.          22          23          21
00.09     Multiple-purpose power 
            projects....................         424         401         394
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
00.91       Total operation and 
              maintenance projects......       1,703       1,646       1,568
        Miscellaneous items:
01.01     Protection of navigation......          29          38          38
01.02     National emergency 
            preparedness................           6           5           5
01.05     Special programs to improve 
            operation and maintenance...           5           8           7
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
01.91       Total miscellaneous items...          40          51          50
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
01.92     Total direct program..........       1,743       1,697       1,618
02.01 Reimbursable program..............          24         250          11
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
10.00   Total obligations...............       1,767       1,947       1,629
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    Budgetary resources available for obligation:
21.40 Unobligated balance available, 
        start of year: Uninvested 
        balance.........................          59          47          66
22.00 New budget authority (gross)......       1,755       1,966       1,629
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
23.90   Total budgetary resources 
          available for obligation......       1,814       2,013       1,695
23.95 New obligations...................      -1,767      -1,947      -1,629
24.40 Unobligated balance available, end 
        of year: Uninvested balance.....          47          66          66
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    New budget authority (gross), detail:
      Current:

40.00   Appropriation...................       1,227       1,168       1,098
40.20   Appropriation (special fund, 
          definite).....................          22          29          30
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
43.00     Appropriation (total).........       1,249       1,197       1,128
      Permanent:

        Spending authority from 
            offsetting collections:
          Offsetting collections (cash):
68.00       Offsetting collections other 
              ferderal agencies.........          24         250          11
68.00       Offsetting collections 
              Harbor Maint. Trust.......         482         519         490
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
68.90       Spending authority from 
              offsetting collections 
              (total)...................         506         769         501
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
70.00   Total new budget authority 
          (gross).......................       1,755       1,966       1,629
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    Change in unpaid obligations:
      Unpaid obligations, start of year:

72.40   Obligated balance: Appropriation         234         239         210
72.95   Orders on hand from Federal 
          sources.......................          46          46          46
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
72.99     Total unpaid obligations, 
            start of year...............         280         285         256
73.10 New obligations...................       1,767       1,947       1,629
73.20 Total outlays (gross).............      -1,762      -1,976      -1,647
      Unpaid obligations, end of year:

74.40   Obligated balance: Appropriation         239         210         192
74.95   Orders on hand from Federal 
          sources.......................          46          46          46
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
74.99     Total unpaid obligations, end 
            of year.....................         285         256         238
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    Outlays (gross), detail:
86.90 Outlays from new current authority         942         905         854
86.93 Outlays from current balances.....         307         302         292
86.97 Outlays from new permanent 
        authority.......................         506         769         501
86.98 Outlays from permanent balances...           7
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
87.00   Total outlays (gross)...........       1,762       1,976       1,647
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    Offsets:
      Against gross budget authority and outlays:

        Offsetting collections (cash) 
            from:
          Federal sources:
88.00       Harbor Maintenance Trust 
              Fund......................        -482        -519        -490
88.00       Other Federal sources.......         -24        -250         -11
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
88.90       Total, offsetting 
              collections (cash)........        -506        -769        -501
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    Net budget authority and outlays:
89.00 Budget authority..................       1,249       1,197       1,128
90.00 Outlays...........................       1,256       1,207       1,146
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    Funds are requested for operation, maintenance, and related 
activities of the Corps of Engineers at the navigation, flood control 
and multiple purpose projects for which it is responsible. Work to be 
accomplished consists of dredging, repair, and operation of structures 
and other facilities, including recreation facilities, all as authorized 
in the various Rivers and Harbors and Flood Control Acts. Related 
activities include aquatic plant control, monitoring of completed 
coastal projects, removal of sunken vessels, and the collection of 
domestic waterborne commerce statistics. This request also includes 
funds for National Emergency Preparedness as directed in Executive Order 
11490. Funds to be derived from the Harbor Maintenance Trust Fund (HMTF) 
will be applied to cover up to 100 percent of eligible harbor 
maintenance costs in accordance with Public Law 99-662, plus up to $1 
million for payment of expenses of administration incurred by the Army 
Corps of Engineers related to HMTF consistent with section 683 of Public 
Law 103-182, the North American Free Trade Agreement.

    The Tennessee Valley Authority and the Army Corps of Engineers will 
jointly study and by September 1, 1997, submit a report and 
recommendations to the Office of Management and Budget on management 
arrangements by which the activities of these agencies on the Cumberland 
River and the Tennessee River could be integrated in order to improve 
the operation of these river systems for navigation, flood control, the 
production of electric power, recreation and other public benefits and 
reduce the costs of such operations to both tax-

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payers and electricity consumers. The cost of conducting the study and 
developing the recommendations will be borne equally by the Tennessee 
Valley Authority and the Army Corps of Engineers.

               Object Classification (in millions of dollars)

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      Direct obligations:

        Personnel compensation:
11.1      Full-time permanent...........         487         512         498
11.3      Other than full-time permanent          58          61          59
11.5      Other personnel compensation..          31          32          32
11.7      Military personnel............           1           1           1
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
11.9        Total personnel compensation         577         606         590
12.1    Civilian personnel benefits.....         125         131         128
12.2    Military personnel benefits.....           1           1           1
21.0    Travel and transportation of 
          persons.......................          25          30          22
22.0    Transportation of things........           3           3           3
23.1    Rental payments to GSA..........          18          25          18
23.2    Rental payments to others.......           3           3           3
23.3    Communications, utilities, and 
          misc. chgs....................          27          27          27
24.0    Printing and reproduction.......           6           6           6
25.1    Advisory and assistance services          10           8           8
25.2    Other services..................         546         475         455
25.3    Goods and services from 
          Government accounts...........         152         145         133
25.4    Operation and maintenance of 
          facilities....................           9           9           9
25.5    Research and development 
          contracts.....................           3           3           3
26.0    Supplies and materials..........          79          80          70
31.0    Equipment.......................          22          25          22
32.0    Land and structures.............         133         115         115
42.0    Insurance claims and indemnities           4           5           5
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
99.0      Subtotal, direct obligations..       1,743       1,697       1,618
99.0  Reimbursable obligations..........          24         250          11
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
99.9    Total obligations...............       1,767       1,947       1,629
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                              Personnel Summary

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    Direct:
      Total compensable workyears:

1001    Full-time equivalent employment.      14,326      14,659      14,032
1005    Full-time equivalent of overtime 
          and holiday hours.............         454         431         388
    Reimbursable:
2001  Total compensable workyears: Full-
        time equivalent employment......          73          73          84
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                           Regulatory Program

    For expenses necessary for administration of laws pertaining to 
regulation of navigable waters and wetlands, [$101,000,000] 
$112,000,000, to remain available until expended. (Energy and Water 
Development Appropriations Act, 1997.)
              Unavailable Collections (in millions of dollars)

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    Balance, start of year:
01.99 Balance, start of year............
    Receipts:
02.02 Regulatory program permit fees, 
        proposed legislation............                                   7
    Appropriation:
05.02 Regulatory program, proposed 
        legislation.....................                                  -7
07.99 Total balance, end of year........
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               Program and Financing (in millions of dollars)

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    Obligations by program activity:
00.01 Permit evaluation.................          74          75          79
00.03 Enforcement.......................          24          23          24
00.04 Administrative appeals............                       1           5
00.05 Studies...........................           1           2           2
00.07 Environmental impact statements...           1           2           2
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
10.00   Total obligations...............         100         103         112
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    Budgetary resources available for obligation:
21.40 Unobligated balance available, 
        start of year: Uninvested 
        balance.........................           2           3           1
22.00 New budget authority (gross)......         101         101         112
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
23.90   Total budgetary resources 
          available for obligation......         103         104         113
23.95 New obligations...................        -100        -103        -112
24.40 Unobligated balance available, end 
        of year: Uninvested balance.....           3           1           1
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    New budget authority (gross), detail:
40.00 Appropriation.....................         101         101         112
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    Change in unpaid obligations:
72.40 Unpaid obligations, start of year: 
        Obligated balance: Appropriation           5           5           4
73.10 New obligations...................         100         103         112
73.20 Total outlays (gross).............        -100        -104        -111
74.40 Unpaid obligations, end of year: 
        Obligated balance: Appropriation           5           4           5
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    Outlays (gross), detail:
86.90 Outlays from new current authority          96          96         106
86.93 Outlays from current balances.....           4           8           5
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
87.00   Total outlays (gross)...........         100         104         111
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    Net budget authority and outlays:
89.00 Budget authority..................         101         101         112
90.00 Outlays...........................         100         104         111
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    This appropriation provides for salaries and related costs to 
administer laws pertaining to regulation of activities affecting U.S. 
waters, including wetlands, in accordance with the Rivers and Harbors 
Act of 1899, the Clean Water Act of 1977, and the Marine Protection, 
Research and Sanctuaries Act of 1972.

    The proposed program builds on the President's 1993 Wetlands Plan. 
The program includes a comprehensive package of improvements to the 
Federal wetlands program, including: (a) an administrative appeals 
process for Corps permit decisions and wetland determinations, (b) an 
intensive effort to increase state responsibility for wetlands 
regulation, (c) special studies and other efforts focusing on wetlands, 
including the Wetlands Delineators Certification Program to train and 
certify individuals to delineate wetlands, and (d) maintenance of an 
effective enforcement program at the FY 1997 level of effort. 

               Object Classification (in millions of dollars)

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      Personnel compensation:

11.1    Full-time permanent.............          53          54          57
11.3    Other than full-time permanent..           3           3           3
11.5    Other personnel compensation....           2           2           2
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
11.9      Total personnel compensation..          58          59          62
12.1  Civilian personnel benefits.......          12          12          13
21.0  Travel and transportation of 
        persons.........................           3           3           3
22.0  Transportation of things..........           1           1           1
23.1  Rental payments to GSA............           3           3           3
23.3  Communications, utilities, and 
        miscellaneous...................           2           2           2
24.0  Printing and reproduction.........           2           1           2
25.2  Other services....................          14          17          19
25.3  Purchase goods & svcs. fm 
        Government accts................           1           1           1
25.7  Operation and maintenance of 
        equipment.......................           1           1           2
26.0  Supplies and materials............           2           2           2
31.0  Equipment.........................           1           1           2
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
99.9    Total obligations...............         100         103         112
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                              Personnel Summary

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    Total compensable workyears:
1001  Full-time equivalent employment...       1,382       1,370       1,409
1005  Full-time equivalent of overtime 
        and holiday hours...............          56          59          62
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                           Regulatory Program

              (Legislative proposal, not subject to PAYGO)

               Program and Financing (in millions of dollars)

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Identification code 96-3126-2-1-301      1996 actual   1997 est.   1998 est.
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    New budget authority (gross), detail:
40.00 Appropriation.....................                                  -7
40.20 Appropriation (special fund, 
        definite).......................                                   7
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
43.00   Appropriation (total)...........
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    Net budget authority and outlays:
89.00 Budget authority..................
90.00 Outlays...........................
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    Legislation is being proposed that would increase wetlands permit 
fees for commercial projects and eliminate fees for private, non-
commercial, projects as part of the President's Wetland Plan. The fees 
collected would offset part of the costs of the permit program. The Army 
Corps of Engineers has not changed its wetlands permit fee structure 
since 1977.

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                  FLOOD CONTROL AND COASTAL EMERGENCIES

                [Budget authority in millions of dollars]

                                     1996 actual  1997 est.   1998 est.
Flood Control and Coastal 
    Emergencies:
  Direct program:
  General fund......................          10          10          14
  Emergency supplemental 
    appropriation...................         135
  Reimbursable program..............         146          45          45
                                    ------------------------------------
      Total budget authority........         291          55          59
                                    ====================================

                  Flood Control and Coastal Emergencies

    For expenses necessary for emergency flood control, hurricane, and 
shore protection activities, as authorized by section 5 of the Flood 
Control Act approved August 18, 1941, as amended, [$10,000,000] 
$14,000,000, to remain available until expended[: Provided, That the 
Secretary of the Army, acting through the Chief of Engineers, is 
directed to use up to $8,000,000 of the funds appropriated herein and 
under this heading in Public Law 104-134 to rehabilitate non-Federal 
flood control levees along the Puyallup and Carbon Rivers in Pierce 
County, Washington]. (Energy and Water Development Appropriations Act, 
1997.) 

               Program and Financing (in millions of dollars)

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    Obligations by program activity:
      Direct program:

00.01   Disaster preparedness...........          15          14          15
00.02   Emergency operations............           7           5           6
00.03   Rehabilitation..................          42          51          40
00.04   Advance Measures................           1           4           1
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
00.91     Total direct program..........          65          74          62
01.01 Reimbursable program..............         143          45          45
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
10.00   Total obligations...............         208         119         107
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    Budgetary resources available for obligation:
21.40 Unobligated balance available, 
        start of year: Uninvested 
        balance.........................         267         350         286
22.00 New budget authority (gross)......         291          55          59
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
23.90   Total budgetary resources 
          available for obligation......         558         405         345
23.95 New obligations...................        -208        -119        -107
24.40 Unobligated balance available, end 
        of year: Uninvested balance.....         350         286         238
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    New budget authority (gross), detail:
      Current:

40.00   Appropriation...................         145          10          14
      Permanent:

        Spending authority from 
            offsetting collections:
68.00     Offsetting collections other 
            federal agencies............          51          45          45
68.10     Change in orders on hand from 
            Federal sources.............          76
68.15     Adjustment to orders on hand 
            from Federal sources........          19
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
68.90       Spending authority from 
              offsetting collections 
              (total)...................         146          45          45
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
70.00   Total new budget authority 
          (gross).......................         291          55          59
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    Change in unpaid obligations:
      Unpaid obligations, start of year:

72.40   Obligated balance: Appropriation          86          87           5
72.95   Orders on hand from Federal 
          sources.......................          80         156         156
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
72.99     Total unpaid obligations, 
            start of year...............         166         243         161
73.10 New obligations...................         208         119         107
73.20 Total outlays (gross).............        -131        -201         -57
      Unpaid obligations, end of year:

74.40   Obligated balance: Appropriation          87           5          55
74.95   Orders on hand from Federal 
          sources.......................         156         156         156
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
74.99     Total unpaid obligations, end 
            of year.....................         243         161         211
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    Outlays (gross), detail:
86.90 Outlays from new current authority          15           5           7
86.93 Outlays from current balances.....         116         151           5
86.97 Outlays from new permanent 
        authority.......................                      45          45
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
87.00   Total outlays (gross)...........         131         201          57
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    Offsets:
      Against gross budget authority and outlays:

88.00   Offsetting collections (cash) 
          from: Federal sources.........         -51         -45         -45
88.95 Change in orders on hand from 
        Federal sources.................         -76
88.96 Adjustment to orders on hand from 
        Federal sources.................         -19
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    Net budget authority and outlays:
89.00 Budget authority..................         146          10          14
90.00 Outlays...........................          80         156          12
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    This activity provides for preparedness activities for all natural 
and technological disasters, flood fighting and rescue operations, and 
repair of flood control and Federal hurricane or shore protection works. 
It also provides for emergency supplies of clean water where the source 
has been contaminated and, in drought distressed areas, where adequate 
supplies of water are needed for consumption.

    This budget requests $5.8 billion in contingent funding for FY 1998, 
which represents the FY 1991-FY 1997 average annual emergency spending 
under the BEA. This fund will be available to this and other accounts as 
the need arises. Please see the Emergency Requirements for Natural 
Disasters account in the Funds Appropriated to the President Chapter for 
more detailed information. The requested amount for future years will be 
based on average annual emergency funding under the BEA.

    The base programs will have access to the proposed contingency fund 
once all current appropriations for meeting emergencies in the affected 
account/accounts have been obligated, and a Presidential decision has 
been made to make additional funds available. The fund is meant to be 
flexible enough to respond to a variety of disasters and thus does not 
reserve or dedicate specific amounts within the total for the eligible 
programs. The flexibility of the fund is essential to meet the full 
range of Federal disaster funding requirements.

               Object Classification (in millions of dollars)

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      Direct obligations:

        Personnel compensation:
11.1      Full-time permanent...........           5           5           5
11.3      Other than full-time permanent           2           2           2
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
11.9        Total personnel compensation           7           7           7
12.1    Civilian personnel benefits.....           2           2           2
21.0    Travel and transportation of 
          persons.......................           1           1           1
22.0    Transportation of things........           2           2           2
23.1    Rental payments to GSA..........           2           2           2
23.2    Rental payments to others.......           1           1           1

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23.3    Communications, utilities, and 
          miscellaneous charges.........           2           2           2
24.0    Printing and reproduction.......           1           1           1
25.2    Other services..................          20          31          19
25.3    Purchases of goods and services 
          from Government accounts......           5           2           2
25.7    Operation and maintenance of 
          equipment.....................           2           2           2
26.0    Supplies and materials..........           3           2           2
31.0    Equipment.......................           3           2           2
32.0    Land and structures.............          14          17          17
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
99.0      Subtotal, direct obligations..          65          74          62
99.0  Reimbursable obligations..........         143          45          45
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
99.9    Total obligations...............         208         119         107
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                              Personnel Summary

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    Direct:
1001  Total compensable workyears: Full-
        time equivalent employment......         137         123         117
    Reimbursable:
2001  Total compensable workyears: Full-
        time equivalent employment......          19          19          19
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                            General Expenses

    For expenses necessary for general administration and related 
functions in the Office of the Chief of Engineers and offices of the 
Division Engineers; activities of the Coastal Engineering Research 
Board, the Humphreys Engineer Center Support Activity, the Engineering 
Strategic Studies Center, [and] the Water Resources Support Center, the 
USACE Finance Center, and for costs of implementing the Secretary of the 
Army's plan to reduce the number of division offices as directed in 
title I, Public Law 104-46, [$149,000,000] as amended, $148,000,000, to 
remain available until expended[: Provided, That no part of any other 
appropriation provided in title I of this Act shall be available to fund 
the activities of the Office of the Chief of Engineers or the executive 
direction and management activities of the Division Offices: Provided 
further, That with funds provided herein and notwithstanding any other 
provision of law, the Secretary of the Army shall develop and submit to 
the Congress (including the Committee on Environment and Public Works of 
the Senate and the Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure of the 
House of Representatives) within 60 days of enactment of this Act, a 
plan which reduces the number of division offices within the United 
States Army Corps of Engineers to no less than 6 and no more than 8, 
with each division responsible for at least 4 district offices, but does 
not close or change any civil function of any district office: Provided 
further, That notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Secretary 
of the Army is directed to begin implementing the division office plan 
on April 1, 1997: Provided further, That up to $1,500,000 may be 
transferred to this account from any other account in this title]. 
(Energy and Water Development Appropriations Act, 1997.) 

               Program and Financing (in millions of dollars)

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    Obligations by program activity:
      Executive direction and management:

00.01   Office, Chief of Engineers......          56          58          60
00.02   Division offices................          72          73          74
00.03   Engineer Strategic Studies 
          Center........................           1           1           1
      Support centers:

00.09   Humphreys Engineer Center 
          Support Activity..............          14          15          15
00.11   Water Resources Support Center..           5           5           4
00.12 USACE Finance Center..............           1           1           1
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
10.00   Total obligations...............         149         153         155
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    Budgetary resources available for obligation:
21.40 Unobligated balance available, 
        start of year: Uninvested 
        balance.........................          10          13           9
22.00 New budget authority (gross)......         152         149         148
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
23.90   Total budgetary resources 
          available for obligation......         162         162         157
23.95 New obligations...................        -149        -153        -155
24.40 Unobligated balance available, end 
        of year: Uninvested balance.....          13           9           2
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    New budget authority (gross), detail:
40.00 Appropriation.....................         152         149         148
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    Change in unpaid obligations:
72.40 Unpaid obligations, start of year: 
        Obligated balance: Appropriation          41          40          21
73.10 New obligations...................         149         153         155
73.20 Total outlays (gross).............        -150        -172        -148
74.40 Unpaid obligations, end of year: 
        Obligated balance: Appropriation          40          21          28
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    Outlays (gross), detail:
86.90 Outlays from new current authority         102         119         118
86.93 Outlays from current balances.....          48          53          30
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
87.00   Total outlays (gross)...........         150         172         148
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    Net budget authority and outlays:
89.00 Budget authority..................         152         149         148
90.00 Outlays...........................         150         172         148
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    Executive direction and management.--The Office, Chief of Engineers, 
and 11 division offices supervise work in 36 district offices.

    Engineering Strategic Studies Center.--This center provides 
analytical support for the civil works mission by conducting 
interdisciplinary studies of engineering management functions.

    Coastal Engineering Research Board.--The Board provides policy 
guidance, reviews and plans requirements for conducting coastal 
engineering research and development, and recommends research project 
priorities.

    Humphreys Engineer Center Support Activity.--This support center 
provides administrative services for the Office, Chief of Engineers and 
other separate field operating activities to include personnel, 
logistics, and finance and accounting.

    Water Resources Support Center.--This support center performs 
studies and analyses for meeting national objectives. It develops 
planning techniques for comprehensive management and development of the 
Nation's water resources.

    United States Army Corps of Engineers Finance Center.--This center 
was established in 1996 in Memphis, Tennessee, to begin centralization 
of Corps finance and accounting activities. 

               Object Classification (in millions of dollars)

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      Personnel compensation:

11.1    Full-time permanent.............          82          80          77
11.3    Other than full-time permanent..           2           2           2
11.5    Other personnel compensation....           2           2           2
11.7    Military personnel..............           4           4           4
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
11.9      Total personnel compensation..          90          88          85
12.1  Civilian personnel benefits.......          16          16          15
12.2  Accrued retirement................           2           2           2
13.0  Benefits for former personnel.....           1                       3
21.0  Travel and transportation of 
        persons.........................           7           7          10
23.1  Rental payments to GSA............           7           8           7
23.2  Rental payments to others.........           1           1           1
23.3  Communications, utilities, and 
        miscellaneous...................           4           5           5
24.0  Printing and reproduction.........           1           1           1
25.2  Other services....................          11          14          14
25.3  Purchase goods & svcs. fm 
        Government accts................           6           8           8
26.0  Supplies and materials............           1           1           1
31.0  Equipment.........................           2           2           3
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
99.9    Total obligations...............         149         153         155
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                              Personnel Summary

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    Total compensable workyears:
1001  Full-time equivalent employment...       1,368       1,290       1,200

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1005  Full-time equivalent of overtime 
        and holiday hours...............          43          42          38
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  FLOOD CONTROL, MISSISSIPPI RIVER AND TRIBUTARIES CONSOLIDATED PROGRAM

                [Budget authority in millions of dollars]

                                     1996 actual  1997 est.   1998 est.
Flood control, Mississippi River and 
    tributaries:
  Direct program:
    General fund....................         308         310         266
Rivers and harbors contributed funds 
(permanent appropriation)...........          16
                                    ------------------------------------
      Total appropriation...........         324         310         266
                                    ====================================

            Flood Control, Mississippi River and Tributaries

                       FULL COST OF FIXED ASSETS

                                                    [In millions of 
                                                        dollars]

Estimated Total Remaining Federal Cost of Ongoing 
 Construction Projects............................               3,760

    The above table estimates the total remaining Federal costs of 
ongoing projects for the Army Corps of Engineers. The table is provided 
to inform the Congress and the public of the Federal funding necessary 
to complete the projects included in the President's budget.

Flood  Control,  Mississippi  River  and  Tributaries,  Arkansas, 
    Illinois, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, and Tennessee
    For expenses necessary for prosecuting work of flood control, and 
rescue work, repair, restoration, or maintenance of flood control 
projects threatened or destroyed by flood, as authorized by law (33 
U.S.C. 702a, 702g-1), [$310,374,000] $266,000,000, to remain available 
until expended[: Provided, That the President of the Mississippi River 
Commission is directed henceforth to use the variable cost recovery rate 
set forth in OMB Circular A-126 for use of the Commission aircraft 
authorized by the Flood Control Act of 1946, Public Law 526: Provided 
further, That notwithstanding the funding limitations set forth in 
Public Law 104-6 (109 Stat. 85), the Secretary of the Army, acting 
through the Chief of Engineers, is authorized and directed to use 
additional funds appropriated herein or previously appropriated to 
complete remedial measures to prevent slope instability at Hickman 
Bluff, Kentucky]. (Energy and Water Development Appropriations Act, 
1997.) 

               Program and Financing (in millions of dollars)

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Identification code 96-3112-0-1-301      1996 actual   1997 est.   1998 est.
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    Obligations by program activity:
00.01 General investigations............           5           4           3
00.03 Construction......................         180         181         140
00.05 Maintenance.......................         120         129         123
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
10.00   Total obligations...............         305         314         266
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    Budgetary resources available for obligation:
21.40 Unobligated balance available, 
        start of year: Uninvested 
        balance.........................           1           4           1
22.00 New budget authority (gross)......         308         311         267
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
23.90   Total budgetary resources 
          available for obligation......         309         315         268
23.95 New obligations...................        -305        -314        -266
24.40 Unobligated balance available, end 
        of year: Uninvested balance.....           4           1           2
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    New budget authority (gross), detail:
      Current:

40.00   Appropriation...................         307         310         266
      Permanent:

68.00   Spending authority from 
          offsetting collections: 
          Offsetting collections non-
          federal.......................           1           1           1
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
70.00   Total new budget authority 
          (gross).......................         308         311         267
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    Change in unpaid obligations:
72.40 Unpaid obligations, start of year: 
        Obligated balance: Appropriation          72          51          76
73.10 New obligations...................         305         314         266
73.20 Total outlays (gross).............        -326        -289        -278
74.40 Unpaid obligations, end of year: 
        Obligated balance: Appropriation          51          76          64
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    Outlays (gross), detail:
86.90 Outlays from new current authority         261         233         200
86.93 Outlays from current balances.....          65          55          77
86.97 Outlays from new permanent 
        authority.......................                       1           1
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
87.00   Total outlays (gross)...........         326         289         278
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    Offsets:
      Against gross budget authority and outlays:

88.40   Offsetting collections (cash) 
          from: Non-Federal sources.....          -1          -1          -1
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    Net budget authority and outlays:
89.00 Budget authority..................         308         310         266
90.00 Outlays...........................         325         288         277
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    Funds are requested for planning, construction, and operation and 
maintenance activities associated with the Mississippi River and 
Tributaries water resources development project located in the Lower 
Mississippi Valley from Cape Girardeau, Missouri, to the Gulf of Mexico.

    Funds are also requested to continue the Yazoo Basin Study 
reformulation report, which will identify alternative plans for 
achieving greater levels of environmental and urban-flood protection. 

               Object Classification (in millions of dollars)

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      Direct obligations:

        Personnel compensation:
11.1      Full-time permanent...........          70          70          71
11.3      Other than full-time permanent           3           3           3
11.5      Other personnel compensation..          10          10          10
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
11.9        Total personnel compensation          83          83          84
12.1    Civilian personnel benefits.....          15          15          15
21.0    Travel and transportation of 
          persons.......................           5           5           5
23.1    Rental payments to GSA..........           3           3           3
23.3    Communications, utilities, and 
          miscellaneous.................           3           3           3
24.0    Printing and reproduction.......           1           1           1
25.1    Advisory and assistance services           9          11          11
25.2    Other services..................         110         115          95
25.3    Purchase goods & svcs. fm 
          Government....................           7           7           7
25.4    Operation and maintenance of 
          facilities....................           1           1           1
26.0    Supplies and materials..........           5           5           5
31.0    Equipment.......................           1           1           1
32.0    Land and structures.............          60          63          34
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
99.0      Subtotal, direct obligations..         303         313         265
99.0  Reimbursable obligations..........           1
99.5  Below reporting threshold.........           1           1           1
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
99.9    Total obligations...............         305         314         266
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                              Personnel Summary

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    Total compensable workyears:
1001  Full-time equivalent employment...       2,160       2,100       2,090
1005  Full-time equivalent of overtime 
        and holiday hours...............          81          77          69
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                        Permanent Appropriations 

              Unavailable Collections (in millions of dollars)

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Identification code 96-9921-0-2-999      1996 actual   1997 est.   1998 est.
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    Balance, start of year:
01.99 Balance, start of year............           2           4           4

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    Receipts:
02.03 Receipts from leases of lands 
        acquired for flood control, 
        navigation, and allied purposes.           8           6           7
02.04 Licenses under Federal Power Act, 
        improvements of navigable 
        waters, maintenance and 
        operation of dams, etc..........           7           7           7
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
02.99   Total receipts..................          15          13          14
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
04.00 Total: Balances and collections...          17          17          18
    Appropriation:
05.01 Permanent appropriations..........         -13         -13         -13
07.99 Total balance, end of year........           4           4           5
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                Program and Financing (in millions of dollars)

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    Obligations by program activity:
00.02 Maintenance and operation of dams 
        and other improvements of 
        navigable waters................           6           7           7
00.03 Payments to States................           6           6           6
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
10.00   Total obligations...............          12          13          13
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    Budgetary resources available for obligation:
21.40 Unobligated balance available, 
        start of year: Uninvested 
        balance.........................          12          13          13
22.00 New budget authority (gross)......          13          13          13
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
23.90   Total budgetary resources 
          available for obligation......          25          26          26
23.95 New obligations...................         -12         -13         -13
24.40 Unobligated balance available, end 
        of year: Uninvested balance.....          13          13          13
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    New budget authority (gross), detail:
60.25 Appropriation (special fund, 
        indefinite).....................          13          13          13
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    Change in unpaid obligations:
72.40 Unpaid obligations, start of year: 
        Obligated balance: Appropriation                       3           3
73.10 New obligations...................          12          13          13
73.20 Total outlays (gross).............          -9         -13         -13
74.40 Unpaid obligations, end of year: 
        Obligated balance: Appropriation           3           3           3
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    Outlays (gross), detail:
86.98 Outlays from permanent balances...           9          13          13
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    Net budget authority and outlays:
89.00 Budget authority..................          13          13          13
90.00 Outlays...........................           9          13          13
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Distribution of budget authority by 
    account:
  Maintenance and operation of dams and 
    other improvements of navigable 
    waters..............................           7           7           7
  Payments to States....................           6           6           6
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Distribution of outlays by account:
  Maintenance and operation of dams and 
    other improvements of navigable 
    waters..............................           3           7           7
  Payments to States....................           6           6           6
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    Hydraulic mining in California, debris fund.--Fees paid by Pacific 
Gas and Electric Company for use of the Englebright Dam, Yuba River, 
mine debris restraining works for hydropower generation are used for 
maintaining the works (33 U.S.C. 683).

    Maintenance and operation of dams and other improvements of 
navigable waters.--License fees are levied by the Department of Energy 
for private construction of dams, conduits, and reservoir for benefits 
accruing directly as a result of headwater improvements by Federal 
projects. Half of the fees collected (except 100 percent of fees from 
Indian reservations, 100 percent of program administration costs, 12.5 
percent of the balance, and 100 percent of fees paid for use of public 
lands and national forests) are used for maintenance and operation of 
Federal dams and other navigation structures, and for improvement of 
navigable waters (16 U.S.C. 810(a)). One hundred percent of these fees 
collected are used for maintenance and operation of Federal dams and 
other navigation structures, and for improvement of navigable waters (16 
U.S.C. 803(e)).

    Payments to States.--Three-fourths of the rent received from lease 
of Federal lands acquired for flood control, navigation, and allied 
purposes is paid to the State in which such property is situated for 
public schools, roads, or other expenses of county government (33 U.S.C. 
701c-3). 

               Object Classification (in millions of dollars)

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11.1  Personnel compensation: Full-time 
        permanent.......................           1           1           1
25.2  Other services....................           2           3           3
41.0  Grants, subsidies, and 
        contributions...................           7           7           7
99.5  Below reporting threshold.........           2           2           2
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
99.9    Total obligations...............          12          13          13
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                              Personnel Summary

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Identification code 96-9921-0-2-999      1996 actual   1997 est.   1998 est.
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1001  Total compensable workyears: Full-
        time equivalent employment......          36          36          35
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Intragovernmental funds:

                             Revolving Fund

    Amounts in the Revolving Fund may be used to construct a 17,000 sq. 
ft. addition to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Alaska District main 
office building on Elemendorf Air Force Base. The Revolving Fund shall 
be reimbursed for such funding from the benefitting appropriations by 
collection each year of user fees sufficient to repay the capitalized 
cost of the asset and to operate and maintain the asset. 

               Program and Financing (in millions of dollars)

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Identification code 96-4902-0-4-301      1996 actual   1997 est.   1998 est.
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    Obligations by program activity:
      Operating expenses:

00.01   Plant and equipment services....         141         145         150
00.02   Warehousing.....................           1           2           2
00.03   Shop and facility services......         805         829         854
00.04   General administrative services.       1,510       1,556       1,602
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
00.91     Total operating expenses......       2,457       2,532       2,608
      Capital investment:

01.01   Land and structures.............          11          11          11
01.02   Dredges.........................           1           1           1
01.03   Other floating plant............          30          30          31
01.04   Land-based equipment............          33          34          35
01.05   Tools, office furniture, and 
          equipment.....................           6           6           6
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
01.91     Total capital investment......          81          82          85
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
10.00   Total obligations...............       2,538       2,614       2,692
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    Budgetary resources available for obligation:
21.90 Unobligated balance available, 
        start of year: Fund balance.....         394         284         250
22.00 New budget authority (gross)......       2,428       2,580       2,642
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
23.90   Total budgetary resources 
          available for obligation......       2,822       2,864       2,892
23.95 New obligations...................      -2,538      -2,614      -2,692
24.90 Unobligated balance available, end 
        of year: Fund balance...........         284         250         200
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    New budget authority (gross), detail:
68.00 Spending authority from offsetting 
        collections (gross): Offsetting 
        collections (cash)..............       2,428       2,580       2,642
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    Change in unpaid obligations:
72.90 Unpaid obligations, start of year: 
        Obligated balance: Fund balance.         150         307         316
73.10 New obligations...................       2,538       2,614       2,692
73.20 Total outlays (gross).............      -2,381      -2,605      -2,683

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74.90 Unpaid obligations, end of year: 
        Obligated balance: Fund balance.         307         316         325
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    Outlays (gross), detail:
86.97 Outlays from new permanent 
        authority.......................       2,381       2,580       2,642
86.98 Outlays from permanent balances...                      25          41
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
87.00   Total outlays (gross)...........       2,381       2,605       2,683
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    Offsets:
      Against gross budget authority and outlays:

        Offsetting collections (cash) 
            from:
88.00     Federal sources...............      -2,416      -2,568      -2,628
88.40     Non-Federal sources...........         -12         -12         -14
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
88.90       Total, offsetting 
              collections (cash)........      -2,428      -2,580      -2,642
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    Net budget authority and outlays:
89.00 Budget authority..................
90.00 Outlays...........................         -47          25          41
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    The fund provides for the acquisition, operation, and maintenance of 
plant and equipment used in civil works functions; for temporary 
financing of services chargeable to civil appropriations; and for 
furnishing facilities and services for military functions of the 
Department of the Army, other governmental agencies and private persons 
(33 U.S.C. 576). 

               Object Classification (in millions of dollars)

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21.0  Travel and transportation of 
        persons.........................          19          20          20
22.0  Transportation of things..........           1           1           1
23.1  Rental payments to GSA............           6           7           7
23.2  Rental payments to others.........           1           1           1
23.3  Communications, utilities, and 
        miscellaneous charges...........          25          26          26
24.0  Printing and reproduction.........          16          16          16
25.1  Advisory and assistance services..           1           1           1
25.2  Other services....................       2,144       2,225       2,300
25.3  Purchases of goods and services 
        from Government accounts........         107         126         130
25.7  Operation and maintenance of 
        equipment.......................           8          10           9
26.0  Supplies and materials............         160         130         130
31.0  Equipment.........................          35          35          35
32.0  Land and structures...............          13          14          14
42.0  Insurance claims and indemnities..           1           1           1
44.0  Refunds...........................           1           1           1
99.0  Subtotal, reimbursable obligations       2,538       2,614       2,692
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
99.9    Total obligations...............       2,538       2,614       2,692
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                               Trust Funds

                      Inland Waterways Trust Fund 

              Unavailable Collections (in millions of dollars)

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Identification code 20-8861-0-7-301      1996 actual   1997 est.   1998 est.
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    Balance, start of year:
01.99 Balance, start of year............         238         301         354
    Receipts:
02.01 Transfer from general fund, Inland 
        waterways revenue act taxes.....         108         117         121
02.02 Interest and profits on 
        investments in public debt 
        securities......................          14          15          18
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
02.99   Total receipts..................         122         132         139
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
04.00 Total: Balances and collections...         360         433         493
    Appropriation:
05.01 Inland waterways trust fund.......         -59         -79         -70
07.99 Total balance, end of year........         301         354         423
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                Program and Financing (in millions of dollars)

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Identification code 20-8861-0-7-301      1996 actual   1997 est.   1998 est.
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    Obligations by program activity:
10.00 Total obligations (object class 
        25.2)...........................          80          80          80
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    Budgetary resources available for obligation:
      Unobligated balance available, start of year:

        U.S. Securities:
21.41     Par value.....................         194         173         171
21.42     Unrealized discounts..........          -9          -9          -8
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
21.99     Total unobligated balance, 
            start of year...............         185         164         163
22.00 New budget authority (gross)......          59          79          70
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
23.90   Total budgetary resources 
          available for obligation......         244         243         233
23.95 New obligations...................         -80         -80         -80
      Unobligated balance available, end of year:

        U.S. Securities:
24.41     Par value.....................         173         171         161
24.42     Unrealized discounts..........          -9          -8          -8
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
24.99   Total unobligated balance, end 
          of year.......................         164         163         153
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    New budget authority (gross), detail:
40.26 Appropriation (trust fund, 
        definite).......................          59          79          70
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    Change in unpaid obligations:
72.40 Unpaid obligations, start of year: 
        Obligated balance: Appropriation          20          13          10
73.10 New obligations...................          80          80          80
73.20 Total outlays (gross).............         -87         -83         -72
74.40 Unpaid obligations, end of year: 
        Obligated balance: Appropriation          13          10          16
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    Outlays (gross), detail:
86.90 Outlays from new current authority          44          67          60
86.93 Outlays from current balances.....          43          16          12
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87.00   Total outlays (gross)...........          87          83          72
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    Net budget authority and outlays:
89.00 Budget authority..................          59          79          70
90.00 Outlays...........................          87          83          72
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    The Inland Waterways Trust Fund was established in accordance with 
the Inland Waterways Revenue Act of 1978, Public Law 95-502, and amended 
by the Water Resources Development Act of 1986, Public Law 99-662. 
Revenue is derived from taxes imposed on fuel in vessels engaged in 
commercial waterway transportation and investment interest and is used 
for one half of the construction and rehabilitation costs of specified 
inland waterway projects. See ``Construction, General'' for 
appropriations language.

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              Unavailable Collections (in millions of dollars)

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    Balance, start of year:
01.99 Balance, start of year............         108         143         112
    Receipts:
02.01 Contributions, rivers and harbors, 
        other than port and harbor user 
        fees, Corps of Engineers........         177         135         135
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
04.00 Total: Balances and collections...         285         278         247
    Appropriation:
05.01 Rivers and harbors contributed 
        funds...........................        -142        -166        -161
07.99 Total balance, end of year........         143         112          86
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                Program and Financing (in millions of dollars)

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    Obligations by program activity:
      General investigations:

00.01   Where required for an authorized 
          Federal study.................          20          20          20

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00.02   Where not required for an 
          authorized Federal study......           3           2           5
      Construction:

00.03   Where required for an authorized 
          Federal project...............          95          70         148
00.04   Where not required for an 
          authorized Federal project....          16          12          22
      Flood control, Mississippi River and 
          tributaries:

00.05   Where required for an authorized 
          feature.......................          16
      Maintenance:

00.07   Where required for an authorized 
          Federal project...............           3           1           5
00.08   Where not required for an 
          authorized Federal project....           3           7          12
        Coastal Wetlands:
00.09     Coastal wetlands restoration: 
            Where required for projects.          14          11          16
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
10.00   Total obligations...............         170         123         228
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    Budgetary resources available for obligation:
21.40 Unobligated balance available, 
        start of year: Uninvested 
        balance.........................         108          80         123
22.00 New budget authority (gross)......         142         166         161
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
23.90   Total budgetary resources 
          available for obligation......         250         246         284
23.95 New obligations...................        -170        -123        -228
24.40 Unobligated balance available, end 
        of year: Uninvested balance.....          80         123          57
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    New budget authority (gross), detail:
60.27 Appropriation (trust fund, 
        indefinite).....................         142         166         161
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    Change in unpaid obligations:
72.40 Unpaid obligations, start of year: 
        Obligated balance: Appropriation          58          55          12
73.10 New obligations...................         170         123         228
73.20 Total outlays (gross).............        -173        -166        -161
74.40 Unpaid obligations, end of year: 
        Obligated balance: Appropriation          55          12          79
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    Outlays (gross), detail:
86.97 Outlays from new permanent 
        authority.......................         142         166         161
86.98 Outlays from permanent balances...          31
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87.00   Total outlays (gross)...........         173         166         161
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    Net budget authority and outlays:
89.00 Budget authority..................         142         166         161
90.00 Outlays...........................         173         166         161
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    Funds are contributed by non-Federal interests for expenditure on 
improvements of rivers and harbors. This includes cash contributions by 
terms of agreements with non-Federal interests for study, design, 
construction and maintenance of authorized Federal projects as well as 
other non-Federal contributions. 

               Object Classification (in millions of dollars)

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      Personnel compensation:

11.1    Full-time permanent.............          29          30          30
11.3    Other than full-time permanent..           1           1           1
11.5    Other personnel compensation....           1           1           1
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
11.9      Total personnel compensation..          31          32          32
12.1  Civilian personnel benefits.......           7           7           7
23.1  Rental payments to GSA............           1           1           1
23.3  Communications, utilities, and 
        miscellaneous...................           1           1           1
25.1  Advisory and assistance services..           2           2           2
25.2  Other services....................          57          32          84
25.3  Purchase goods & svcs. fm 
        Government accts................           9           7          12
25.5  Research and development contracts           3           3           3
25.7  Operation and maintenance of 
        equipment.......................           2           2           2
26.0  Supplies and materials............           1           1           1
31.0  Equipment.........................           1           1           1
32.0  Land and structures...............          53          32          80
99.5  Below reporting threshold.........           2           2           2
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99.9    Total obligations...............         170         123         228
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    Total compensable workyears:
1001  Full-time equivalent employment...         891         890         885
1005  Full-time equivalent of overtime 
        and holiday hours...............          37          39          41
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                     Harbor Maintenance Trust Fund 

              Unavailable Collections (in millions of dollars)

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    Balance, start of year:
01.99 Balance, start of year............         621         865       1,112
    Receipts:
02.01 User fees.........................         698         724         775
02.02 Earnings on investments...........          41          55          68
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
02.99   Total receipts..................         739         779         843
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
04.00 Total: Balances and collections...       1,360       1,644       1,955
    Appropriation:
05.01 Saint Lawrence Seaway Development 
        Corporation, operations and 
        maintenance.....................         -10         -10
05.03 Army Corps of Engineers, 
        construction of dredged material 
        disposal facilities and 
        operation and maintenance of 
        commercial navigation harbors 
        and administrative cost.........        -482        -519        -490
05.06 Department of the Treasury, 
        Customs Service: administrative 
        expenses........................          -3          -3          -3
05.07 Operations and maintenance. 
        legislative proposal............                                 -11
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
05.99 Subtotal appropriation............        -495        -532        -504
07.99 Total balance, end of year........         865       1,112       1,451
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                Program and Financing (in millions of dollars)

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    Obligations by program activity:
10.00 Total obligations (object class 
        25.3)...........................         482         519         490
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    Budgetary resources available for obligation:
22.00 New budget authority (gross)......         482         519         490
23.95 New obligations...................        -482        -519        -490
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    New budget authority (gross), detail:
40.27 Appropriation (trust fund, 
        indefinite).....................         482         519         490
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    Change in unpaid obligations:
73.10 New obligations...................         482         519         490
73.20 Total outlays (gross).............        -482        -519        -490
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    Outlays (gross), detail:
86.90 Outlays from new current authority         482         519         490
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    Net budget authority and outlays:
89.00 Budget authority..................         482         519         490
90.00 Outlays...........................         482         519         490
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    The Harbor Maintenance Trust Fund is established in accordance with 
the Harbor Maintenance Revenue Act of 1986 (Public Law 99-662, Title 
XIV, as amended). Revenue is derived from receipts from a 0.125 percent 
ad valorem user fee imposed upon commercial users of specified U.S. 
ports; Saint Lawrence Seaway tolls; and investment interest.

    The Harbor Maintenance Revenue Act also authorized expenditures from 
the Trust Fund to finance up to 100 percent of Corps of Engineers' 
harbor operation and maintenance (O&M) costs, including O&M costs 
associated with Great Lakes navigational projects, and fully finance the 
operation and maintenance of the Saint Lawrence Seaway Development 
Corporation.

    The North American Free Trade Agreement Implementation Act, Sec. 683 
(Public Law 103-182), authorized payment of administrative expenses 
incurred by the Department of

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the Treasury, the Army Corps of Engineers, and the Department of 
Commerce related to administration of the harbor maintenance fee, but 
not to exceed $5,000,000 for any fiscal year. The Corps of Engineers has 
budgeted $1,000,000 for anticipated expenses associated with 
administration of the harbor maintenance fee.

    Section 201 of the Water Resources Development Act (WRDA) 1996 
authorizes use of the Harbor Maintenance Trust Fund for construction of 
dredged material disposal facilities. This use would be in association 
with dredging of Federal navigation projects for commercial navigation.

    A summary judgment issued October 25, 1995, by the United States 
Court of International Trade in the case United States Shoe Corp. v. 
United States (Court No. 94-11-00668), found the Harbor Maintenance fee 
unconstitutional under the Export Clause of the Constitution (Article I, 
section 9, clause 5), and enjoined the Customs Service from collecting 
the tax. However, a motion to stay the execution of the judgment pending 
appeal was granted. The case is under appeal.

    For appropriation language, see the following accounts: Army Corps 
of Engineers, Civil ``Operation and Maintenance, General''; St. Lawrence 
Seaway Development Corporation ``Operations and Maintenance''; 
Department of Transportation ``Rental Payments'' and Department of the 
Treasury ``Administration of Harbor Maintenance Trust Fund''.

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            COASTAL WETLANDS RESTORATION CONSOLIDATED PROGRAM

                [Budget authority in millions of dollars]

                                     1996 actual  1997 est.   1998 est.
Coastal Wetlands Restoration Trust..          38          45          45
Rivers and harbors contributed funds 
(permanent appropriation)...........          14          11          16
                                    ------------------------------------
      Total appropriation...........          52          56          61
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                Coastal Wetlands Restoration Trust Fund 

               Program and Financing (in millions of dollars)

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    Obligations by program activity:
10.00 Total obligations.................          12          30          30
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    Budgetary resources available for obligation:
21.40 Unobligated balance available, 
        start of year: Uninvested 
        balance.........................          85         111         125
22.00 New budget authority (gross)......          38          44          47
                                           ---------   ---------  ----------
23.90   Total budgetary resources 
          available for obligation......         123         155         172
23.95 New obligations...................         -12         -30         -30
24.40 Unobligated balance available, end 
        of year: Uninvested balance.....         111         125         142
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    New budget authority (gross), detail:
62.00 Transferred from other accounts...          38          45          47
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    Change in unpaid obligations:
72.40 Unpaid obligations, start of year: 
        Obligated balance: Appropriation          20          19          17
73.10 New obligations...................          12          30          30
73.20 Total outlays (gross).............         -13         -32         -32
74.40 Unpaid obligations, end of year: 
        Obligated balance: Appropriation          19          17          15
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    Outlays (gross), detail:
86.97 Outlays from new permanent 
        authority.......................          13          32          32
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    Net budget authority and outlays:
89.00 Budget authority..................          38          45          47
90.00 Outlays...........................          13          32          32
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    In 1990, the Coastal Wetlands Planning, Protection and Restoration 
Act (Public Law 101-646) authorized transfer of 18 percent of annual 
appropriation from the Aquatic Resources Trust Fund, Sport Fish 
Restoration Account, and the Coastal Restoration Trust Fund, for coastal 
wetlands activities; 70 percent of this amount is allocated to the Corps 
of Engineers for use by the Louisiana Coastal Wetlands Conservation and 
Restoration Task Force, chaired by the Secretary of the Army, to provide 
for the long-term conservation, protection, and restoration of coastal 
wetlands in the State of Louisiana.

               Object Classification (in millions of dollars)

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11.1  Personnel compensation: Full-time 
        permanent.......................           2           2           2
25.2  Other services....................          10          28          28
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99.9    Total obligations...............          12          30          30
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                              Personnel Summary

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1001  Total compensable workyears: Full-
        time equivalent employment......          38          24          20
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                           Oil Spill Research 

               Program and Financing (in millions of dollars)

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    Obligations by program activity:
10.00 Total obligations (object class 
        25.5)...........................           1
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    Budgetary resources available for obligation:
22.00 New budget authority (gross)......           1
23.95 New obligations...................          -1
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    New budget authority (gross), detail:
40.26 Appropriation (trust fund, 
        definite).......................           1
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    Change in unpaid obligations:
73.10 New obligations...................           1
73.20 Total outlays (gross).............          -1
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    Outlays (gross), detail:
86.90 Outlays from new current authority           1
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    Net budget authority and outlays:
89.00 Budget authority..................           1
90.00 Outlays...........................           1
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    Title VII of the Oil Pollution Act of 1990 authorizes use of the Oil 
Spill Liability Trust Fund to fund interagency oil pollution research. 

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1001  Total compensable workyears: Full-
        time equivalent employment......           3
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                        Administrative Provisions

    Appropriations in this title shall be available for official 
reception and representation expenses (not to exceed $5,000); and during 
the current fiscal year the revolving fund, Corps of Engineers, shall be 
available for purchase (not to exceed 100 for replacement only) and hire 
of passenger motor vehicles. (Energy and Water Development 
Appropriations Act, 1997.)

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                           General Provisions

                        Corps of Engineers--Civil

    [Sec. 101. (a) In fiscal year 1997, the Secretary of the Army shall 
advertise for competitive bid at least 8,500,000 cubic yards of the 
hopper dredge volume accomplished with government owned dredges in 
fiscal year 1992.
     (b) Notwithstanding the provisions of this section, the Secretary 
is authorized to use the dredge fleet of the Corps of Engineers to 
undertake projects when industry does not perform as required by the 
contract specifications or when the bids are more than 25 percent in 
excess of what the Secretary determines to be a fair and reasonable 
estimated cost of a well equipped contractor doing the work or to 
respond to emergency requirements.]
    [Sec. 102. None of the funds appropriated herein or otherwise made 
available to the Army Corps of Engineers, including amounts contained in 
the Revolving Fund of the Army Corps of Engineers, may be used to study, 
design or undertake improvements or major repair of the Federal vessel, 
McFARLAND, except for normal maintenance and repair necessary to 
maintain the vessel McFARLAND's current operational condition.]
    [Sec. 103. The flood control project for Moorefield, West Virginia, 
authorized by section 101(a)(25) of the Water Resources Development Act 
of 1990 (Public Law 101-640, 104 Stat. 4610) is modified to authorize 
the Secretary of the Army to construct the project at a total cost of 
$26,200,000, with an estimated first Federal cost of $20,300,000 and an 
estimated first non-Federal cost of $5,900,000.]
    [Sec. 104. The project for navigation, Grays Landing Lock and Dam, 
Monongahela River, Pennsylvania (Lock and Dam 7 Replacement), authorized 
by section 301(a) of the Water Resources Development Act of 1986 (Public 
Law 99-662, 100 Stat. 4110) is modified to authorize the Secretary of 
the Army to construct the project at a total cost of $181,000,000, with 
an estimated first Federal cost of $181,000,000.]
    [Sec. 105. From the date of enactment of this Act, non-structural 
flood control measures implemented under section 202(a) of Public Law 
96-367 shall prevent future losses that would occur from a flood equal 
in magnitude to the April 1977 level by providing protection from the 
April 1977 level or the 100-year frequency event, whichever is greater.]
    [Sec. 106. Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Secretary 
of the Army, acting through the Chief of Engineers, is authorized to 
reprogram, obligate and expend such additional sums as are necessary to 
continue construction and cover anticipated contract earnings of any 
water resources project that received an appropriation or allowance for 
construction in or through an appropriations Act or resolution of the 
then-current fiscal year or the two fiscal years immediately prior to 
that fiscal year, in order to prevent the termination of a contract or 
the delay of scheduled work.]
    [Sec. 107. The Corps of Engineers is hereby directed to complete the 
Charleston Riverfront (Haddad) Park Project, West Virginia, as described 
in the design memorandum approved November, 1992, on a 50-50 cost-share 
basis with the City. The Corps of Engineers shall pay one- half of all 
costs for settling contractor claims on the completed project and for 
completing the wharf. The Federal portion of these costs shall be 
obtained by reprogramming available Operations & Maintenance funds. The 
project cost limitation in the Project Cooperation Agreement shall be 
increased to reflect the actual costs of the completed project.]
    [Sec. 108. The flood control project for Arkansas City, Kansas 
authorized by section 401(a) of the Water Resources Development Act of 
1986 (Public Law 99-662, 100 Stat. 4116) is modified to authorize the 
Secretary of the Army to construct the project at a total cost of 
$38,500,000, with an estimated first Federal cost of $28,100,000 and an 
estimated first non-Federal cost of $10,400,000.]
    [Sec. 109. Funds previously provided under the Fiscal Year 1993 
Energy and Water Development Appropriations Act, Public Law 102-377, for 
the Elk Creek Dam, Oregon project, are hereby made available to plan and 
implement long-term management measures at Elk Creek Dam to maintain the 
project in an uncompleted state and to take necessary steps to provide 
passive fish passage through the project.]
    [Sec. 110. The Secretary of the Army is authorized and directed to 
modify the project for the Hudson River, New York, New York City to 
Waterford, authorized by the Act of June 25, 1910 (Public Law 264, 61st 
Congress, 36 Stat. 635), to include design and construction of a 300- 
foot wide channel to a depth of 24 feet (mean low water), extending from 
the existing Federal channel in the vicinity of the Hudson City Light to 
the north dock at Union Street, Athens, New York.]
    [Sec. 111. Section 109(a) of Public Law 104-46 (109 Stat. 408) with 
regard to Prestonsburg, Kentucky, is amended by striking ``Modification 
No. 2'' and inserting ``Modification No. 3''.]
    [Sec. 112. The emergency gate construction project for Abiquiu Dam, 
New Mexico, authorized by section 1112 of the Water Resources 
Development Act of 1986 (Public Law 99-662, 100 Stat. 4232) is modified 
to authorize the Secretary of the Army, acting through the Chief of 
Engineers, to construct the project at an estimated total cost of 
$7,000,000. The non-Federal share of the project shall be 25 percent of 
those costs of the project attributable to an increase in flood 
protection as a result of the installation of such gates.]  (Energy and 
Water Development Appropriations Act, 1997.)

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                Allocations Received From Other Accounts

    Note.--Obligations incurred under allocations from other accounts 
are shown in the schedules of the parent appropriation as follows:
        State and Private Forestry, Forest Service, Department of 
            Agriculture.
        Operation and Maintenance, Army, Department of the Army.
        Operations, Research, and Facilities, National Oceanic and 
            Atmospheric Administration, Department of Commerce.
        Energy, Supply, Research and Development Activities, Operating 
            Expenses, Department of Energy.
        Construction, National Park Service, Department of the Interior.
        Federal Buildings Fund, General Services Administration.
        Acquisition and Construction of Radio Facilities, United States 
            Information Agency.
        Appalachian Regional Development Programs, Appalachian Regional 
            Commission.
        Hazardous Substance Response Trust Fund, Environmental 
            Protection Agency.

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