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Resource Summary by Strategic Goal


FY 2003 Performance and Accountability Report
Bureau of Resource Management
December 2003
Report
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U.S. Department of State Appropriations Act Resources
(Dollars in thousands)
STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE FY 2002 Actual FY 2003 Actual

Strategic Goal

Positions[1] Funds Positions Funds
ACHIEVE PEACE AND SECURITY
RS Regional Stability  1,215 $1,037,372     1,247 $  899,936   
CT Counterterrorism    671    120,698       905    120,790   
HS Homeland Security    615     89,9900 [2]    638   86,500
[2]
WD Weapons of Mass Destruction    504    138,436       485    150,489   
IC International Crime and Drugs    712     91,135       717     87,437   
AC American Citizens    674      79,420 [2]    579   51,910
[2]
ADVANCE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND GLOBAL INTERESTS
DE Democracy and Human Rights    815    577,669       783    571,006   
EP Economic Prosperity and Security  1,236    427,348     1,139    496,444   
SE Social and Environmental Issues    721    303,228       689    273,405   
HR Humanitarian Response    169     25,655       166     68,461   
PROMOTE INTERNATIONAL UNDERSTANDING
PD Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs  2,270    428,201     2,392    423,748   
STRENGTHEN DIPLOMATIC AND PROGRAM CAPABILITIES
MG Management and Organizational Excellence
single underline
 9,450
single underline
 4,465,357   
single underline
 9,573
single underline
 4,364,506   
single underline
Strategic Goal Sub Total
single underline
19,052
single underline
 7,784,509   
single underline
19,313
single underline
 7,594,632   
single underline
Office of the Inspector General
single underline
   314
single underline
    29,000   
single underline
   314
single underline
    29,074   
single underline
          GRAND TOTAL
double underline
19,366
double underline
$7,813,509   
double underline
19,627
double underline
$7,623,706   
double underline

Note 1: The "Positions" column denotes the number of direct funded American positions.
Note 2: Additional funds collected from visa, passport and other fees are used to support this strategic goal.

 

U.S. Department of State and Other Foreign Affairs Agencies
Foreign Operations and Food Aid Resources
(Dollars in thousands)
STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE FY 2002 Actual
Funds
FY 2003 Actual
Funds

Strategic Goal

ACHIEVE PEACE AND SECURITY
RS Regional Stability $5,151,953 $ 7,242,880
CT Counterterrorism     581,735   1,187,645
HS Homeland Security         352         338
WD Weapons of Mass Destruction     345,074     211,260
IC International Crime and Drugs   1,245,586   1,132,316
AC American Citizens           -           -
ADVANCE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND GLOBAL INTERESTS
DE Democracy and Human Rights     769,783     769,664
EP Economic Prosperity and Security   2,724,449   2,810,357
SE Social and Environmental Issues   1,564,119   1,956,541
HR Humanitarian Response   1,039,022   1,290,207
PROMOTE INTERNATIONAL UNDERSTANDING
PD Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs     136,040     123,264
STRENGTHEN DIPLOMATIC AND PROGRAM CAPABILITIES
MG Management and Organizational Excellence
single underline
      1,297
single underline
        481
single underline
Strategic Goal Sub Total[1]
single underline
 13,559,410
single underline
 16,724,952
single underline
OTHER FOREIGN OPERATIONS[2]
single underline
  4,406,982
single underline
  6,948,410
single underline

Total - Foreign Operations
single underline

 17,966,392
single underline
 23,673,362
single underline
Agriculture - P.L. 480 Title II (Food Aid)
single underline
    958,820
single underline
  1,441,000
single underline
          GRAND TOTAL
double underline
$18,925,212
double underline
$25,114,362
double underline

Note 1: Department administered accounts total $2,933,200 in FY 2002 and $2,578,429 in FY 2003, and include the INCLE, ACI, IO&P, MRA, ERMA, NADR and PKO accounts. The balance of funds are implemented by other foreign affairs agencies.

Note 2: Includes international affairs resources (Function 150) for other USG agencies to which the Department provides foreign policy guidance (e.g., EXIM, OPIC, TDA, Peace Corps), international financial institutions, and the Iraq Relief and Reconstruction Fund that is under the direction of the Coalition Provisional Authority (CPA).



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