State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs: FY2016 Budget and Appropriations [October 1, 2015] [open pdf - 1MB]
"On February 2, 2015, the Obama Administration submitted to Congress its budget request for FY2016. The request for State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs (SFOPS) totals $54.08 billion, or a 4% increase from FY2015-estimated levels. Within that amount:  $47.04 billion is requested for enduring or core funding and $7.05 billion is designated as Overseas Contingency Operations (OCO) funding, excluding add-ons and rescissions;  $17.55 billion of the total request is for State Department Operations and related agencies (10.6% increase over FY2015 estimates);  $36.53 billion is for Foreign Operations (1.2% above the FY2015 estimates);  excluding the FY2015 Ebola supplemental funding, the State Department Operations FY2016 request is a 10.9% increase over FY2015 estimates, and the Foreign Operations FY2016 request is a 7% increase over FY2015 funding estimates. House and Senate committees held several hearings on various aspects of the international affairs budget in February and March. Both chambers passed FY2016 budget resolutions in late March. The House (on April 30, 2015) and the Senate (on May 5, 2015) reconciled budget resolution funding levels in conference (H.Rept. 114-96); however, OCO suballocations were not established. This report provides an overview of the FY2016 SFOPS request, a discussion of key issues and historic context, and account-by-account funding comparisons with FY2014 actuals, available FY2015 estimates, and FY2016 legislation. The report will be updated throughout the appropriations process."
CRS Report for Congress, R43901
Federation of American Scientists: http://www.fas.org/sgp/crs/index.html