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(FY12) Conceptual Budget - San Diego International Airport

(FY12) Conceptual Budget - San Diego International Airport

FY 2013 Expense

FY 2013 Expense Budget by Division Divisions FY 2013 Conceptual Budget Planning & Operations $ 40,432,963 Development 38,840,369 Finance excl Debt Service 35,009,374 Debt Service 19,456,639 Administration 12,571,167 Marketing & Communications 8,953,342 Executive 4,773,146 Total $ 160,037,000 *Divisional totals may differ due to rounding Figure 13 ‐ FY 2013 Expense Budget by Division 46

FY 2012 Expense Budget by Category Category FY 2012 Budget Personnel Costs $ 38,388,356 Contractual Services 27,157,202 Safety & Security 20,850,032 Debt Service 16,783,084 Sound Attenuation Program/Legal/Misc 15,284,946 Space Rental 11,416,345 Maintenance 7,722,794 Utilities 6,666,515 Business Development 2,340,378 Equipment Rentals & Repairs 1,678,046 Employee Programs 1,120,966 Insurance 1,020,000 Operating Equipment & Systems/Equipment Outlay 553,679 Operating Supplies 317,658 Total $ 151,300,000 * Category totals may differ due to rounding Business Development 1.5% Equipment Rentals & Repairs 1.1% Employee Programs 0.7% Insurance 0.7% Debt Service 11.1% Maintenance 5.1% Utilities 4.4% Operating Equipment & Systems/Equipment Outlay 0.4% Operating Supplies 0.2% Personnel Costs 25.4% Space Rental 7.5% Sound Attenuation Program/Legal/Misc 10.1% Safety & Security 13.8% Contractual Services 17.9% Figure 14 ‐ FY 2012 Expense Budget by Category 47

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    Administration Division 97

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    Administration Division Organizatio

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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 O

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    Human Resources Major Drivers of FY

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    5. Enhance recruitment sourcing and

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    6. Enhance the customer satisfactio

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    Information Technology FY 2012 - FY

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    Information Technology Major Driver

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    4. Achieve excellent Help Desk supp

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    11. Achieve 99.5% up‐time for the

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    6. Provide technical training for I

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    Procurement FY 2012 - FY 2013 Expen

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    Procurement Departmental Objectives

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    Procurement Departmental Objectives

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    Risk Management FY 2012 - FY 2013 E

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    Risk Management Departmental Object

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    Small Business Development FY 2012

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    Small Business Development Major Dr

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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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    Development Division 145

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    Development Division Organizational

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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 Major Driver

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    4. By June 30, 2011, provide a mini

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    Facilities Development Departmental

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    Quieter Home Program FY 2012 - FY 2

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    Quieter Home Program Departmental O

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    7. By June 30, 2011, provide sound

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    Facilities Management FY 2012 - FY

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    Facilities Management FY 2012 - FY

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    Facilities Management Departmental

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    Facilities Management Departmental

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    Terminal Development Program FY 201

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    Terminal Development Program Depart

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    Terminal Development Program Depart

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    Finance Division 183

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    The Real Estate Management Departme

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    Finance Division FY 2012 - FY 2013

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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 Expens

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    Accounting Departmental Objectives

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    11. Implement GASB Statement No. 54

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    Business Planning FY 2012 - FY 2013

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    Business Planning Major Drivers of

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    3. Throughout FY 2010, implement, m

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    4. Expand the development and imple

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    Financial Planning & Budget FY 2012

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    Financial Planning & Budget Departm

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    7. Identify critical departmental f

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    6. Enhance grants management by: 1)

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    Ground Transportation FY 2012 - FY

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    Ground Transportation Departmental

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    Real Estate Management FY 2012 - FY

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    Real Estate Management Major Driver

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    4. Continue to support Green Build

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    Marketing & Communications Division

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    The Marketing Department develops,

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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 FY 2012

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    Air Service Development FY 2012 - F

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    Air Service Development Departmenta

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    Air Service Development Departmenta

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    Airport Noise Mitigation FY 2012 -

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    Airport Noise Mitigation Major Driv

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    4. Obtain Authority Board approval

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    Corporate Services FY 2012 - FY 201

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    Corporate Services Major Drivers of

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    Corporate Services Departmental Obj

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    Inter‐Governmental Relations FY 2

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    Inter‐Governmental Relations Depa

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    Inter‐Governmental Relations Depa

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    Marketing FY 2012 - FY 2013 Organiz

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    Marketing Major Drivers of FY 2012

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    3. Increase the number of visitors

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    Public & Customer Relations FY 2012

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    Public & Customer Relations Major D

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    4. Public Outreach: Elicit meaningf

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    Public & Customer Relations Departm

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    Planning & Operations Division 277

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    The Environmental Affairs Departmen

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    Planning & Operations Division FY 2

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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 201

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    Airport Planning Departmental Objec

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    Airport Planning Departmental Objec

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    Airside Operations FY 2012 - FY 201

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    Airside Operations Major Drivers of

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    4. Negotiate a new SAN Aircraft Res

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    Aviation Security & Public Safety F

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    Aviation Security & Public Safety M

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    3. Ensure compliance with Departmen

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    5. Enhance the Authority’s partne

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    Environmental Affairs FY 2012 - FY

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    Environmental Affairs Departmental

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    Environmental Affairs Departmental

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    Landside Operations FY 2012 - FY 20

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    Landside Operations Major Drivers o

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    4. To broaden our local and state m

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    Landside Operations Departmental Ob

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    Debt Service 323

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    Series 2010 Bonds On October 5, 201

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    Revenue Bonds Debt Service Schedule

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    Capital Program 329

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    Sources & Uses of Funds by Fiscal Y

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    Funding Airport Improvement Program

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    Project Descriptions & Funding Sour

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    104130 - North Side Cargo Taxi Lane

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    Landside Projects 103078A - T1 Pede

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    104134 - Dedicated Access Road to T

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    104136 - Airport Electrical Distrib

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    New - Relocate Revenue Control - SA

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    Description: Artwork for face of so

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    Administrative/Other Projects FMD -

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    Expenses CIP # 104119 104125 104134

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    Performance Indicators 353

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    Operating Revenue per Enplanement T

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    Enplaned Passengers per FTEs This d

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    Days Cash on Hand Recognizing the i

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    Airline Cost per Enplaned Passenger

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    Passenger Satisfaction Rating (cont

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    Supplemental Data 365

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    Airline Market Share FY 2003 - FY 2

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    Aircraft Landed Weight Aircraft Lan

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    Terminal Rates Billed to Airlines F

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    Authority Largest Sources of Revenu

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    Households & Income Households 2000

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    Principal Employers 2010 2000 Perce

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    Table of Figures 379

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    Figure 48 - Non‐Airline Revenue p

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    Glossary 383

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    BUDGET CALENDAR - The schedule of k

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    NATIONAL AIRLINE ‐‐ US term for

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