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Resource Summary by Strategic Goal


FY 2005 Performance and Accountability Report
Bureau of Resource Management
November 2005
Report
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U.S. Department of State Appropriations Act Resources
(Dollars in thousands)

STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE FY 2004 Actual FY 2005 Actual

Strategic Goal

PositionsRead Footnote 1(1) Funds Positions Funds
ACHIEVE PEACE AND SECURITY
RS Regional Stability  1,270 $1,711,798  1,282 $1,896,939
CT Counterterrorism    898    210,002    906    232,715
HS Homeland Security    562    234,148    567    259,473
WD Weapons of Mass Destruction    514    182,367    519    202,091
IC International Crime and Drugs    695     98,527    702    109,183
AC American Citizens    551     59,853    556     66,326
ADVANCE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND GLOBAL INTERESTS
DE Democracy and Human Rights    822    317,860    830    352,238
EP Economic Prosperity and Security  1,539    412,917  1,553    457,576
SE Social and Environmental Issues    281    300,892    284    333,435
HR Humanitarian Response    547     43,079    552     47,738
PROMOTE INTERNATIONAL UNDERSTANDING
PD Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs  2,230    514,276  2,251    569,898
STRENGTHEN DIPLOMATIC AND PROGRAM CAPABILITIES
MG Management and Organizational Excellence
single underline
 9,585
single underline
 4,855,124
single underline
 9,675
single underline
 5,380,235
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Strategic Goal Sub Total Read Footnote 1
single underline
19,494
single underline
 8,940,843
single underline
19,677
single underline
 9,907,849
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Office of the Inspector General
   314     31,369    314     30,028
International Commissions    345     57,187    345     63,273
Foreign Service Retirement and Disability Fund
single underline
     -
single underline
   134,979
single underline
     -
single underline
   132,600
single underline
GRAND TOTAL
double underline
20,153
double underline
$9,164,378
double underline
20,339
double underline
$10,133,750 
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1 The "Positions" column denotes the number of direct-funded American positions. (back to text)

 

 

U.S. Department of State and Other Foreign Affairs Agencies
Foreign Operations and Food Aid Resources

(Dollars in thousands)

STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE FY 2004 Actual
Funds
FY 2005 Actual
Funds

Strategic Goal

ACHIEVE PEACE AND SECURITY
RS Regional Stability $ 4,928,932 $ 5,195,211
CT Counterterrorism     950,470   1,535,087
HS Homeland Security       2,893       2,231
WD Weapons of Mass Destruction     249,188     219,561
IC International Crime and Drugs   1,383,752   1,809,093
AC American Citizens           -           -
ADVANCE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND GLOBAL INTERESTS
DE Democracy and Human Rights     781,893   1,147,267
EP Economic Prosperity and Security   2,856,626   2,196,707
SE Social and Environmental Issues   2,066,084   1,972,596
HR Humanitarian Response   1,082,475   1,131,557
PROMOTE INTERNATIONAL UNDERSTANDING
PD Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs      24,151      26,878
STRENGTHEN DIPLOMATIC AND PROGRAM CAPABILITIES
MG Management and Organizational Excellence
single underline
      5,712
single underline
     37,812
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Strategic Goal Sub Total Read Footnote 1(1)
single underline
 14,332,176
single underline
 15,274,000
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OTHER FOREIGN OPERATIONS Read Footnote 2(2)
single underline
 23,767,039
single underline
  4,351,000
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          Total - Foreign Operations
single underline

 38,099,215
single underline
 19,625,000
single underline
Agriculture - P.L. 480 Title II
single underline
  1,184,967
single underline
  1,173,000
single underline
GRAND TOTAL
double underline
$39,284,182
double underline
$20,798,000
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1 The Department administered in FY 2004 a total of $2,824 million and in FY 2005 a total of $3,882 million in the INCLE, ACI, IO&P, MRA, ERMA, NADR, and PKO accounts. The balance of funds is implemented by other foreign affairs agencies.(back to text)

2 The FY 2004 figure includes international affairs resources (Function 150) for other U.S. Government 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. The FY 2005 figure includes only USAID resources. (back to text)

 


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