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Consolidated Statement of Changes in Net Position


Bureau of the Comptroller and Global Financial Services
Report
November 16, 2012

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Department of State Consolidated Statement of Changes in Net Position
(dollars in millions)
For the Year Ended September 30 2012 2011
Restated (Note 20)
Earmarked Funds All Other Funds Consolidated
Total
Consolidated
Total
Cumulative Results of Operations        
Beginning Balances $(1,359) $18,962 $17,603 $15,463
After-Employment Benefit Adjustments (Note 20) 559
Beginning Balances, as adjusted (1,359) 18,962 17,603 16,022

Budgetary Financing Sources:
       
Appropriations Used 28,124 28,124 25,259
Non-exchange Revenue 70 70 42
Donations 19 19 19
Transfers in(out) without Reimbursement 45 (25) 20 124
Other Financing Sources:        
Donations 12 12 221
Imputed Financing from Costs Absorbed by Others 160 160 166
Non-entity Collections (719) (719) (1,013)
Total Financing Sources 64 27,622 27,686 24,818
Net Cost of Operations (777) (25,679) (26,456) (23,237)
Net Change (713) 1,943 1,230 1,581
Total Cumulative Results of Operations (2,072) 20,905 18,833 17,603

Unexpended Appropriations
       
Beginning Balances $— $31,915 $31,915 $29,288

Budgetary Financing Sources:
       
Appropriations Received 31,840 31,840 28,014
Appropriations Transferred in(out) (94) (94) 193
Rescissions and Canceling Funds (225) (225) (321)
Appropriations Used (28,124) (28,124) (25,259)
Total Budgetary Financing Sources 3,397 3,397 2,627
Total Unexpended Appropriations 35,312 35,312 31,915
Net Position $(2,072) $56,217 $54,145 $49,518

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

 




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