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DOJ Seal DOJ Budget Information

  • 17 April 2013:

    Testimony of Director, Charles E. Samuels, Jr., to House Appropriations

  • 01 February 2013 | Impact of Sequester on DOJ Federal Bureau of Prisons:

    Letter from Attorney General, Holder to The Honorable Barbara A. Mikulski, Chairwoman, Committee on Appropriations, U.S. Senate: Excerpt, Page 3:

  • OIG Audit Report 13-09. January 2013  | FEDERAL BUREAU OF PRISONS

    ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATEMENTS FISCAL YEAR 2012

  • FY 2013 BUDGET REQUEST - FEDERAL BUREAU OF PRISONS. [12 pg pdf].

    06 March 2012
    Charles E. Samuels Jr.,Director of the Federal Bureau of Prisons:
    STATEMENT BEFORE U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS SUBCOMMITTEE ON COMMERCE, JUSTICE, SCIENCE AND RELATED AGENCIES.

  • FY 2011 Budget requests a $527.5 million increase to maintain prison, detention and parole functions, as well as to provide judicial and courthouse security.
  • 111th Congress (2009-2010) Senate Report 111-034 ~ Excerpt: FEDERAL PRISON SYSTEM.
  • Budget and Performance Summary, 2009
    Budget and Performance Summary, 2008
    2007
    2006
    2005

  • Budget Fact Sheets, 2008 

    • Budget Summary, 2004
      2003
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    • Budget Trend Data, 1975-2003

    • Congressional Budget Submission, 2008
      Exhibit 300s

    • Performance Plan, 2003
      2002
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    • Federal Bureau of Prisons Information
       
       
    • 19 September 2013

      STATEMENT OF CHARLES E. SAMUELS, JR., DIRECTOR, FEDERAL BUREAU OF PRISONS, BEFORE THE SUBCOMMITTEE ON CRIME, TERRORISM, HOMELAND SECURITY AND INVESTIGATIONS COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. "HEARING ON THE OVERSIGHT OF THE FEDERAL BUREAU OF PRISONS." FedCURE Working Smart Document 10 pg PDF

    • April 2013: DOJ/OIG REPORT: I-2013-006

      Review of the Federal Bureau of Prisonss Compassionate Release Program,
      U.S. Department of Justice Office of the Inspector General Evaluation and Inspections Division

    • 22 January 2013

      'Congressional Research Service' 2013 Report:
      Recommends, inter alia, Increasing Good Time Credits and Reinstating Parole for Federal Offenders. 60 page PDF.

    • 01 August 2012

      STATEMENT FOR THE RECORD OF CHARLES E. SAMUELS, JR., DIRECTOR FEDERAL BUREAU OF PRISONS
      BEFORE THE COMMITTEE ON THE JUDICIARY UNITED STATES SENATE
      ENTITLED: RISING PRISON COSTS: RESTRICTING BUDGETS AND CRIME PREVENTION OPTIONS. 99 page PDF.

    • 12 September 2012

      GAO-12-743
      Bureau of PrisonS: Growing Inmate Crowding Negatively Affects Inmates, Staff, and Infrastructure,
      “RISING PRISON COSTS: RESTRICTING BUDGETS AND CRIME PREVENTION OPTIONS”

    • 12-20 March 2012

      AUDIT OF THE FEDERAL BUREAU OF PRISONS
      CONTRACTING FOR AND MANAGEMENT OF RESIDENTIAL REENTRY CENTERS
      U.S. Department of Justice Office of the Inspector General Audit Division. [74 pg. pdf]

    • 06 March 2012

      Charles E. Samuels Jr.,Director of the Federal Bureau of Prisons:
      TESTIMONY BEFORE U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATIONS
      SUBCOMMITTEE ON COMMERCE, JUSTICE, SCIENCE AND RELATED AGENCIES.
      FEDERAL BUREAU OF PRISONS FY 2013 BUDGET REQUEST. 06 March 2012.

    • 16 February 2012

      Charles E. Samuels Jr.,Director of the Federal Bureau of Prisons:
      Testimony before the United States Sentencing Commission. 16 February 2012.

    • February 2012

      GAO [12-320]: Report to Congressional Requesters  
      Subject: Federal Bureau of Prisons: Eligibility and Capacity Impact Use of Flexibilities to Reduce Inmates' Time in Prison .

      GAO recommends that BOP establish a plan, including time frames and milestones, for requiring contractors to submit prices of RRC beds and home detention services. BOP concurred with this recommendation.

      PDF:  http://www.fedcure.org/documents/GAO-BOP_Capacity_590_588284-FEB2012-44p.pdf
    • 21 December 2011

      Appointment of Charles E. Samuels Jr. as the Director of the Federal Bureau of Prisons

    • 25 March 2011

      FEDERAL BUREAU OF PRISONS DIRECTOR, HARLEY G. LAPPIN | RETIREMENT: Effective 07 May 2011

    • 14 July 2010

      GAO Report [10-854R]:  Federal Bureau of Prisons and the Second Chance Act.  

      Subject: Federal Bureau of Prisons: BOP Has Mechanisms in Place to Address Most Second Chance Act Requirements and Is Working to Implement an Initiative Designed to Reduce Recidivism.

      Recidivism Briefing for Subcommittees on Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies, Committees on Appropriations, United States Senate and House of Representatives June 30, 2010.

      PDF:  http://www.fedcure.org/documents/GAO[10-854R]BOP-SecondChanceAct-140710-FedCURE.pdf
    • 10 March 2009
    •  
        • Statement of Harley G. Lappin, Director, Federal Bureau of Prisons.  House Subcommittee on Commerce, Justice, Science and Related Agencies.  Committee on Appropriations, U.S. House of Representatives.  Concerning:  Federal Prisoner Reentry and the  Second Chance Act.  PDF 11 pages.
       
    • 05 February 2009
    • 02 October 2007
    • 07th January 2005

    • RESPONSE - TO: FedCURE. FROM: John M. Vanyur, Assistant Director, FBOP

    • 30 November 2004

    • FedCURE Letter TO:  Harley G. Lappin, Director, Federal Bureau of Prisons

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    • November 2004

      Federal Bureau of Prisons:

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    • August 2004

      FedCURE E-Mail and Letter Campaign

    • 08 March 2004

    • Healthcare in the Bureau of Prisons

       

         

        FOIA

                       

        Ion Spectrometer Scanning Records

      • FEDERAL CURE, INCORPORATED vs. LAPPIN
      • No. 07-843, 2009 WL 692159 (D.D.C. Mar. 18, 2009) (Walton, J.)
      • Re: Records concerning use of Ion Spectrometer Scanning at BOP facilities

      • 25th February 2005

      • FOIA Request on Compassionate Release Data

      • BOP's Response to FedCURE's FOIA Request on Compassionate Release Data
      • FedCURE's FOIA Request on Inmate Telephone System:

      • BOP Requests $55,994 to Respond to FedCURE's FOIA Request on Inmate Telephone System

      • Federal Bureau of Prisons and United States Marshals Service
        Inmate Register Number Codes

        "Register Number Codes"


        List of U.S. Residential Reentry Centers (formally known as Half Way House)

      • List of Residential Reentry Centers (Half Way House)

        BOP Memo on Revised Guidance for Residential Reentry Center Placements: 24 June 2010.

        http://www.fedcure.org/documents/FBOP-ScotttDodrill-MEMO-RRC-6-24-2010-FC.pdf


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