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Consolidated Statement of Changes in Net Position


Bureau of Resource Management
Report
December 16, 2009

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Department of State Consolidated Statement of Changes in Net Position
(Dollars in Millions)
For the Year Ended September 30 2009 2008
Earmarked Funds All Other Funds Consolidated
Total
Consolidated
Total
Cumulative Results of Operations        
Beginning Balances $231 $12,405 $12,636 $10,787
Correction of Environmental Liability and Land Revaluation (Note 20) (6)
Beginning Balances, as adjusted 231 12,405 12,636 10,781

Budgetary Financing Sources:
       
Appropriations Used 23,176 23,176 20,083
Non-exchange Revenue 1 33      34 25
Donations 5 3 8 13
Transfers in(out) without Reimbursement 199 9 208 34
Accrued Earmarked Transfer In 32 32
Other Financing Sources:        
Donations 89
Imputed Financing From Costs Absorbed by Others 133 133 121
Non-entity Collections (787) (787) (757)
Total Financing Sources 237 22,567 22,804 19,608
Net Revenue from (Cost of) Operations (1,378) (20,235) (21,613) (17,753)
Net Change (1,141) 2,332 1,191 1,855
Total Cumulative Results of Operations (910) 14,737 13,827 12,636

Unexpended Appropriations:
       
Beginning Balances $— $17,979 $17,979 $14,553

Budgetary Financing Sources:
       
Appropriations Received 28,939 28,939 23,601
Appropriations transferred in(out) (8) (8) 217
Rescissions and Canceling Funds (188) (188) (309)
Appropriations Used (23,176) (23,176) (20,083)
Total Budgetary Financing Sources 5,567 5,567 3,426
Total Unexpended Appropriations 23,546 23,546 17,979
Net Position $(910) $38,283 $37,373 $30,615

The accompanying notes are an integral part of this financial statement.

 




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