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Consolidated Statement of Changes in Net Position


FY 2005 Performance and Accountability Report
Bureau of Resource Management
November 2005
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Department of State Consolidated Statement of Changes in Net Position
(Dollars in Thousands)
For the Year Ended: September 30, 2005 Restated (Note 21)
September 30, 2004
  Cumulative Results of Operations Unexpended Appropriations Cumulative Results of Operations Unexpended Appropriations
Beginning Balances $ 6,312,138  $ 9,279,214  $ 5,504,514  $ 7,608,996 


Budgetary Financing Sources:

Appropriations Received

          —   15,526,920            —   11,784,671 

Appropriations Transferred In

          —      529,997            —    1,966,746 

Rescissions and Other Adjustments

          —     (321,364)           —     (190,442)

Appropriations Used

 13,584,128  (13,584,128)  11,890,757  (11,890,757)

Nonexchange Revenue

     17,639            —       16,648            — 

Donations

      4,246            —        4,304            — 


Other Financing Sources:

Transfers In/Out Without Reimbursement (+/-)

   (828,137)           —     (692,297)           — 

Imputed Financing From Costs Absorbed by Others

    119,472 
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          — 
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     91,317 
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          — 
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Total Financing Sources
 12,897,348    2,151,425   11,310,729    1,670,218 
Net Cost of Operations (+/-) (11,982,777)
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          — 
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(10,503,105)
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          — 
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Ending Balances $ 7,226,709 
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$11,430,639 
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$ 6,312,138 
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$ 9,279,214 
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The accompanying notes are an integral part of this financial statement.

 


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