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Financial and Activity Report Weekly Update: October 5, 2009


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OFFICE OF THE UNDER SECRETARY FOR MANAGEMENT
Office of Management Policy, Rightsizing and Innovation
Financial and activity report submitted to the Office of Management and Budget under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act
Week End Date: September 30, 2009 (end of FY09)
AGENCY/BUREAUTAFSAward TypeU.S. IndicatorState CodeTotal ObligationsTotal Gross Outlays
(014-05) Department of State: Administration of Foreign Affairs(19-0112 2009 \ 2010) Diplomatic and Consular Program, Recovery ActContract12,551,2501,540,486
(014-05) Department of State: Administration of Foreign Affairs(19-0112 2009 \ 2010) Diplomatic and Consular Program, Recovery ActOther4,243,177164,555
(014-05) Department of State: Administration of Foreign Affairs(19-1119 2009 \ 2010) Capital Investment Fund, Recovery ActContract66,462,3037,745,730
(014-05) Department of State: Administration of Foreign Affairs(19-1119 2009 \ 2010) Capital Investment Fund, Recovery ActOther16,299,2731,249,878
(014-05) Department of State: Administration of Foreign Affairs(19-1079 2009 \ 2010) Construction, IBWC, Recovery ActContract44,274,81713,990,138
(014-15) Department of State: International Commissions(19-1069 \ 2009) Salaries and Expenses, IBWCOther198,465170,806
MAJOR COMPLETED ACTIONS (Short bulleted list of the major actions taken to date.)MAJOR PLANNED ACTIONS (Short bulleted list of the major planned actions)
Data Center - Held initial meetings with the IT Integration contractor who will execute the systems transitions to ESOC East and ESOC West.
Cyber Security/Safeguarding Citizens - On September 30, PKI received 2,500 smart card readers in support of Department's Domestic HSPD-12 Logical Access Implementation.
Data Center - Visited the future ESOC West site to discuss security and support requirements with Diplomatic Security and GSA.



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