OSHA Budget for Fiscal Year 2013 – Budget Includes Increases in WhistleBlower Protection, OSHA Regional Office Consolidation & Enhance Worker Safety

Below is an overview of the fiscal year 2013 budget by departments and topics. For a quick overall view of the budget, download the PDF file here: http://www.dol.gov/dol/budget/2013/PDF/FY2013BIB.pdf

The budget by department and topics:

Budget Summary

Employment and Training Administration

Training and Employment Services

Office of Job Corps

Community Service Employment For Older Americans

Federal Unemployment Benefits and Allowances

TAA Community College and Career Training Grant Fund

State Unemployment Insurance and Employment Service Operations

State Paid Leave Fund

Advances to the Unemployment Trust fund

Program Administration

Employee Benefits Security Administration

Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation

Wage and Hour Division

Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs

Office of Labor-Management Standards

Office of Workers’ Compensation Programs

Salaries and Expenses, Office of Worker’s Compensation Programs

Special Benefits

Administrative Expenses, Energy Employees Occupational Illness Compensation Fund

Special Benefits for Disabled Coal Miners

Black Lung Disability Trust Fund

Occupational Safety and Health Administration

Mine Safety and Health Administration

Bureau of Labor Statistics

Office of Disability Employment Policy

Departmental Management

DOL IT Modernization

Veterans’ Employment and Training Service

Office of the Inspector General

Working Capital Fund



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