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2016 Annual Report

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IV. FDIC Budget and Spending

The FDIC’s Strategic Plan and Annual Performance Plan provide the basis for annual planning and budgeting for needed resources. The 2016 aggregate budget (for corporate, receivership, and investment spending) was $2.2 billion, while actual expenditures for the year were under $2.0 billion, about $0.1 billion less than 2015 expenditures.

Over the past decade the FDIC’s expenditures have varied in response to workload. During the last several years, expenditures have fallen, largely due to decreasing resolution and receivership activity. To a lesser extent decreased expenses have resulted from supervision-related costs associated with the oversight of fewer troubled institutions.

2016 BUDGET AND EXPENDITURES BY PROGRAM
(Including Allocated Support)
Dollars in Millions

Bar Chart for 2016 Budget and Expenditures by Program

2016 BUDGET AND EXPENDITURES BY PROGRAM

(Excluding Investments)

The FDIC budget for 2016 totaled $2.2 billion. Budget amounts were allocated as follows: $1.1 billion or 49 percent, to the Supervision and Consumer Protection program; $575 million or 26 percent, to the Receivership Management program; $331 million, or 15 percent, to the Insurance program; and $221 million, or 10 percent, to Corporate General and Administrative expenditures.

Actual expenditures for the year totaled $1.9 billion. Actual expenditures amounts were allocated as follows: $995 million, or 51 percent, to the Supervision and Consumer Protection program; $468 million, or 24 percent, to the Receivership Management program; $292 million, or 15 percent, to the Insurance program; and $195 million, or 10 percent, to Corporate General and Administrative expenditures.

 

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