— Other Revenue (estimated)

  • — Non-federal (cost-sharing—estimated): $893 million
  • — Coastal Wetlands Restoration Trust: $85 million
  • — Permanent appropriation: $17 million

— Total program: $6.652 billion

4. FUNDING BY BUSINESS LINE, FY 2010 appropriations:

  • — Navigation: $1.822 billion (32.1%)
  • — Flood Risk Management: $1.942 billion (34.2%)
  • — Environmental (Including FUSRAP& Infrastructure): $984 million (17.4%)
  • — Regulatory Programs: $190 million (3.3%)
  • — Hydropower: $211 million (3.7%)
  • — Recreation: $284 million (5%)
  • — Emergency Management: $34 million (0.6%)
  • — Water Supply: $5 million (0.1%)
  • — Executive Direction & Other: $185 million (3.3%)

5. APPROPRIATIONS FOR CIVIL WORKS, PAST 50 YEARS (FY 1961-2010): $176,370,623,000

— Adjusted for inflation to Sep 2010: $358,473,303,000

6. PROJECTS UNDER CONSTRUCTION, FY 10: 1,167

— Specifically authorized by Congress: 434

  • — Flood Risk Management: 191
  • — Hydropower: 5
  • — Navigation: 147
  • — Environmental (Including FUSRAP): 39
  • — Environmental Infrastructure: 52

— “Continuing Authorities” Projects: 733 (Nine authorities, including environmental)

7. FUNDS OBLIGATED, FY 2010 (Current program and prior year funding carryover): $11,584,480,700

8. CONTRACTS LET, FY09: $9.07 billion

  • — To Small Businesses: $3.87 billion (42.7%)
  • — Small Disadvantaged Firms: $973 million (10.7%)

9. DAMS owned/operated by Corps (all purposes) 692

  • — Dams built by Corps but operated by others: 103
  • — Tallest dam: Dworshak Dam, North Fork Clearwater River, ID, 717 ft.



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