FY 2011 United States Army Corps of Engineers Annual Financial Report. America's Army: At a Strategic Crossroads.
ASSISTANT SECRETARY OF THE ARMY (FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT AND COMPTROLLER) WASHINGTON DC
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The United States Army Corps of Engineers USACE or Corps is comprised of two major programs the Civil Works Program and Military Program. These financial statements represent the Civil Works Program only, as the Military Program is reported within the Army General Fund Financial Statements. The Civil Works mission of the USACE is to 1 contribute to the national welfare and serve the nation with quality, responsive development, and management of the nation s water resources 2 protect, restore, and manage the environment 3 respond to disasters and aid in recovery and 4 provide engineering and technical services. Th is multi-faceted mission is accomplished in an environmentally sustainable, economically and technically sound manner through partnerships with other government agencies and nongovernment organizations. In Titles 10 and 33 of the U.S. Code, Congress expresses its intent for the Corps to provide services on a reimbursable basis to other federal entities state, local, and tribal governments private firms and international organizations. The Corps operates multiple business lines to accomplish its mission. Each business line specifically addresses a single mission component, but may also contribute to one or more other business line missions. Figure 1 lists the business lines that receive direct appropriations and the funds used for executive direction and management for fiscal year FY 2011. Th e Corps employs approximately 37,000 people, including 650 military officers and 25,000 civilians who perform Civil Works duties. It is funded through the Energy and Water Development Appropriation and executes its missions through 8 of its 9 regional divisions and 38 of the Corps 44 districts the remaining districts are dedicated solely to military-related missions.
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