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FY 2019 House FSGG Appropriations Action:
Subcomm:  5/24/18 – approved Bill | R-Sum | D-Stmt
Full Comm:  6/13/18 – approved 28-20 | HR.6258 | Rpt-792 | R-Stmt | D-Stmt |
Floor:  7/19/18 – approved 217-199 Int – FSGG minibus | Int-FSGG (Hse-Passed) | FSGG Rpt-792 | R-Stmt | D-Sum | Stmt of Admin. Policy (SAP)

FY 2019 Senate FSGG Appropriations Action:
Subcomm:  6/19/18 – approved |R-Sum|D-Sum
Full Comm:  6/21/18 – approved 31-0 S.3107 | Rpt-281R-Sum D-Sum |
Floor:  8/1:  Senate voted 92-6 to pass the 4-bill minibus (HR 6147)Interior – FSGG – THUD – Ag | R-Stmt | D-Stmt | Floor amendments | Stmt of Administration Policy (SAP)

FY 2019 Conference Action on FSGG Appropriations :
Conferees:  9/6:  House and Senate named conferees on HR 6147, the IntEnvFSGGTHUDAG (HR 6147, the 3rd minibus)House GOP conferees: Frelinghuysen, Aderholt, Simpson, Calvert, Cole, Diaz-Balart, Graves, David Young, Rutherford.  House Dem conferees: Lowey, Price, Bishop, McCollum, Quigley, Pingree.  Senate GOP conferees: Shelby, Collins, Murkowski, Hoeven, Lankford, Hyde-Smith;  Senate Dem conferees: Leahy, Reed, Udall, Merkley, Coons.
Status:  Negotiations not completed.  Agencies funded by the four bills (IntEnvFSGGTHUDAG), as well as agencies funded by the C-J-S, H-Sec, and State-FOps bills, are funded through Dec. 21 by a  two-week continuing resolution (CR) passed by Congress on 12/6 and signed by the President on 12/7.  Text of H.J.Res. 143 – the 2-week CR.  Agencies funded by the 7 unfinished bills face a shutdown at midnight Dec. 21 without completion of the bills or enactment of a further CR.  While a number of issues remain to be resolved, a key sticking point is border wall funding, with the White House demanding $5 billion for a border wall, while Senate bipartisan negotiators agreed to $1.6 billion for general border security.
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CRS funding summary:  


The FSGG bill funds the following agencies:
Department of the Treasury (except International Affairs Technical Assistance, and International Financial Institutions)
District of Columbia
-Court Services and Offender Supervision Agency for the District of Columbia
-District of Columbia Courts
-District of Columbia Public Defender Service
Executive Office of the President (except OSTP, USTR, CEQ)
-Council of Economic Advisers
-Government-wide Management Councils
-High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas (ONDCP)
-National Security Council and Homeland Security Council (Executive Office of the President)
-Office of Administration (Executive Office of the President)
-Office of Management and Budget (Executive Office of the President)
-White House
Judiciary
-Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts
-Federal Judicial Center
-Supreme Court of the United States
-U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit
-U.S. Court of International Trade
Treasury
-Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (Treasury)
-Bureau of the Public Debt (Treasury)
-Community Development Financial Institutions Fund Program Account (Treasury)
-Community Development Revolving Loan Fund
-Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (Treasury)
-Financial Management Service (Treasury)
-Internal Revenue Service (Treasury)
-U.S. Mint (Treasury)
Independent Agencies:
-Administrative Conference of the United States
-Christopher Columbus Fellowship Foundation
-Commodity Futures Trading Commission (in the House, funded by the Ag bill)
-Consumer Product Safety Commission
-Election Assistance Commission
-Federal Communications Commission
-Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Office of the Inspector General
-Federal Election Commission
-Federal Labor Relations Authority
-Federal Trade Commission
-General Services Administration
–Allowances and Office Staff for Former Presidents (GSA)
–Public Buildings Service (GSA)
-Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation
-Merit Systems Protection Board
-Morris K. Udall and Stewart L. Udall Foundation
-National Archives and Records Administration
–National Historical Publications and Records Commission
-National Credit Union Administration
-Office of Government Ethics
-Office of Personnel Management (OPM)
–President’s Commission on White House Fellows (OPM)
-Office of Special Counsel
-Postal Regulatory Commission
-Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board
-Securities and Exchange Commission
-Selective Service System
-Small Business Administration
–Disaster Loans Program (Small Business Administration)
-Special Inspector General for the Troubled Asset Relief Program
-United States Postal Service:
–Office of Inspector General
–Payment to the Postal Service Fund
-United States Tax Court
In most respects House and Senate appropriations subcommittee jurisdictions are parallel.


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Historical Database – FSGG: 

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bill or report provisions you need; or contact us and we’ll be happy to do the research for you.

Omnibus:  all (or most) regular appropriations bills packaged together.
Minibus:  several regular appropriations bills packaged together.
CR:  continues agency funding at a particular level–often the previous year–without detailed appropriations.
Cromnibus:  a CR for some agencies and detailed appropriations for others.
Note on Joint Statements:  In many cases, (House-Senate) joint explanatory statements on omnibus appropriations bills are printed only in the Congressional Record–which is impossible to read on mobile devices.  In those cases, we have uploaded House Rules Committee PDFs.

Please note:  When you click on the links below, the bill your browser opens may not be what you expect, because the appropriations language you need has been included by the Committee in a bill with an unrelated title.  For example, LHHS appropriations might be included in a bill titled Mil-Con-VA.  Rest assured, you have opened the correct document; simply proceed to the relevant “title” or “division” of the bill.  If you need assistance, contact us at help@appropriations.com.
  FY   Omnibus,
Individual Bill or CR
Joint Stmt
or
Conf-Report
House
Report    
Senate
Report
2018 Omni-18 Div E Jt. Stmt. Div E Hse FSGG Rpt 18  n/a
2017 Omni-17 Div E Jt Stmt 17 FSGG Hse FSGG Rpt 17  Sen FSGG Rpt 17
2016 Omni-16 Div E Jt Stmt Div E  Hse FSGG Rpt 16 Sen FSGG Rpt 16
2015 Omni-Div E Jt Stmt 15 FSGG Hse FSGG Rpt 15  n/a
2014 Omni-14 Div E Jt Stmt Div E Hse FSGG Rpt 14  Sen FSGG Rpt 14
2013 Cromni-13 Div F Cromni-13 Jt Stmt Div F Hse FSGG Rpt 13 Sen FSGG Rpt 13
2012 Omni-12 Div C Joint Stmt Div C Hse FSGG Rpt 12 Sen FSGG Rpt 12
2011 CR-11 n/a   n/a Sen FSGG Rpt 11
2010 Minibus-10 Div C Conf Rpt Div C Hse FSGG Rpt 10 Sen FSGG Rpt 10
2009 Omni-09 Div D Jt Stmt Div D   Hse FSGG Rpt 09 Sen FSGG Rpt 09
2008 Omni-08 Div D Jt Stmt Div D Hse FSGG Rpt 08 Sen FSGG Rpt 08
At the beginning of the 110th Congress (2007), jurisdiction over the Departments of Transportation, Treasury, and Housing and Urban Affairs was divided to create subcommittees in both chambers on Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and related agencies and on Financial Services and General Government (including the Treasury Department,the Judiciary, the Executive Office of the President, the Office of Personnel Management, the Postal Service, the District of Columbia, and other related agencies, such as the Federal Elections Commission, Federal Trade Commission,Securities and Exchange Commission, and Small Business Administration).**  
**Source: CRS,  Appropriations Subcommittee Structure_ History of Changes from 1920 to 2017