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(FY12) Conceptual Budget - San Diego International Airport

(FY12) Conceptual Budget - San Diego International Airport

(FY12) Conceptual Budget - San Diego International

San Diego County Regional Airport Authority FY 2012 Adopted Budget & FY 2013 Approved Conceptual Budget Finance Division Financial Planning and Budget

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  • Page 22 and 23: TABLE OF CONTENTS Introductory Lett
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  • Page 26 and 27: Board of Directors Robert H. Gleaso
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    FY 2012 Personnel Budget by Divisio

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    Personnel Changes FY 2013 Conceptua

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    FY 2012 Budget ‐ FY 2013 Conceptu

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    FY 2013 Revenue Budget by Major Sou

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    55% in FY 2011. This rate will incr

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    Grant Reimbursements (Operating) Th

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    Overview The Authority’s fund bal

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    Executive Division Overview The Exe

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    Executive Division FY 2012 - FY 201

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    Executive Division Major Drivers of

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    Executive Division FY 2012 - FY 201

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    Executive Division FY 2012 - FY 201

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    Authority Board FY 2012 - FY 2013 E

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    Executive Office FY 2012 - FY 2013

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    Executive Office Major Drivers of F

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    Chief Auditor FY 2012 - FY 2013 Org

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    Chief Auditor Major Drivers of FY 2

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    5. Conduct audit engagements in a m

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    General Counsel FY 2012 - FY 2013 O

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    General Counsel Major Drivers of FY

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    4. Increase the airport staff’s e

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    12. Communicate timely and appropri

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    6. Participate in and increase cont

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    Administration Division Overview Th

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    Administration Division FY 2012 - F

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    Administration Division Major Drive

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    Administration Division FY 2012 - F

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    Administration Division FY 2012 - F

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    Human Resources FY 2012 - FY 2013 E

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    Human Resources Departmental Object

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    Human Resources Departmental Object

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    Information Technology FY 2012 - FY

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    Information Technology FY 2012 - FY

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    Information Technology Departmental

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    7. Provide technical training for I

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    Information Technology Departmental

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    Procurement FY 2012 - FY 2013 Organ

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    Procurement Major Drivers of FY 201

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    3. Improve customer service to the

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    Risk Management FY 2012 - FY 2013 O

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    Risk Management Major Drivers of FY

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    Risk Management Departmental Object

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    Small Business Development FY 2012

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    Small Business Development Departme

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    Training & Organization Development

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    Training & Organizational Developme

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    Training & Organizational Developme

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    Development Division Overview The D

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    Development Division FY 2012 - FY 2

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    Development Division Major Drivers

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    Development Division FY 2012 - FY 2

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    Development Division FY 2012 - FY 2

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    Facilities Development FY 2012 - FY

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    Facilities Development Departmental

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    7. By June 30, 2011, improve report

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    Quieter Home Program FY 2012 - FY 2

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    Quieter Home Program Major Drivers

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    4. Increase the number of homes par

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    Quieter Home Program Departmental O

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    Facilities Management FY 2012 - FY

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    Facilities Management Major Drivers

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    4. Reduce water consumption by 5% f

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    Terminal Development Program FY 201

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    Terminal Development Program Major

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    4. Provide every TDP Airport Author

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    Finance Division Overview The Finan

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    Finance Division Organizational Str

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    Finance Division Major Drivers of F

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    Finance Division FY 2012 - FY 2013

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    Finance Division FY 2012 - FY 2013

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    Accounting FY 2012 - FY 2013 Organi

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    Accounting Major Drivers of FY 2012

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    6. Improve overall staff knowledge

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    Accounting Department Departmental

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    Business Planning FY 2012 - FY 2013

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    Business Planning Departmental Obje

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    Business Planning Departmental Obje

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    Financial Planning & Budget FY 2012

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    Financial Planning & Budget Major D

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    4. Implement user‐friendly budget

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    Financial Planning & Budget Departm

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    Ground Transportation FY 2012 - FY

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    Ground Transportation Major Drivers

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    Ground Transportation Departmental

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    Real Estate Management FY 2012 - FY

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    Real Estate Management Departmental

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    Real Estate Management Departmental

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    Marketing & Communications Division

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    Marketing & Communications Division

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    Marketing & Communications Division

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    Marketing & Communications Division

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    Marketing & Communications Division

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    Air Service Development FY 2012 - F

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    Air Service Development Major Drive

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    4. Assuming aircraft are developed

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    6. Secure new, enhanced, or additio

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    Airport Noise Mitigation FY 2012 -

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    Airport Noise Mitigation Department

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    Airport Noise Mitigation Department

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    Corporate Services FY 2012 - FY 201

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    Corporate Services Departmental Obj

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    Inter‐Governmental Relations FY 2

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    Inter‐Governmental Relations Majo

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    4. Maintain historic levels of Airp

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    6. Work with federal legislative co

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    Marketing FY 2012 - FY 2013 Expense

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    Marketing Departmental Objectives F

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    Marketing Departmental Objectives F

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    Public & Customer Relations FY 2012

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    Public & Customer Relations Departm

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    6. ADA Communications launch a new

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    Planning & Operations Division Over

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    Planning & Operations Division Orga

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    Planning & Operations Division Majo

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    Planning & Operations Division FY 2

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    Planning & Operations Division FY 2

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    Airport Planning FY 2012 - FY 2013

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    Airport Planning Major Drivers of F

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    5. Prepare parking plan for TDY pro

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    Airside Operations FY 2012 - FY 201

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    Airside Operations FY 2012 - FY 201

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    Airside Operations Departmental Obj

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    Airside Operations Departmental Obj

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    Aviation Security & Public Safety F

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    Aviation Security & Public Safety D

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    Aviation Security & Public Safety D

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    Environmental Affairs FY 2012 - FY

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    Environmental Affairs Major Drivers

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    4. Establish sustainability perform

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    6. Expand capabilities of stormwate

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    Landside Operations FY 2012 - FY 20

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    Landside Operations Departmental Ob

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    7. Provide electrical power to 50%

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    5. Install 20 new outdoor waste con

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    Debt Service Overview Capital proje

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    Debt Service Coverage The following

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    FY 2012 - FY 2013 Debt Service by S

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    Capital Program Overview The capita

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    Capital Improvement Committee The C

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    Transportation Security Agency Othe

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    104110 - Rehabilitate Storm Water/A

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    New - Rehabilitate Runway 9‐27 De

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    104109 - CONRAC Description: This p

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    104133 - Storm Water BMP’s Descri

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    New - Relocate Lot 6 Employee Parki

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    Terminal Projects 104021 - Wireless

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    FMD - Facilities Management Departm

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    Operating Budget Impact The followi

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    Green Build Program Budget Impact T

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    The following performance indicator

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    Non‐Airline Revenue per Enplaneme

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    Operating Cost per Enplanement This

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    Airline Cost per Enplaned Passenger

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    Passenger Satisfaction Rating Since

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    Passenger Satisfaction Rating (cont

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    Supplemental Data Annual Enplaned P

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    Aircraft Landed Weight Fiscal Years

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    Landing Fees Fiscal Years Ended Jun

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    Aircraft Operations (Takeoffs and L

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    Population & Economic Metrics San D

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    Labor Force, Employment, Unemployme

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    Table of Figures Figure 1 - Authori

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    AAAE - American Association of Airp

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    ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT (EIS

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