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Principal Financial Statements: Consolidated Statement of Net Cost


Bureau of the Comptroller and Global Financial Services
Report
December 16, 2013

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Department of State Consolidated Statement of Net Cost (Note 15)
(dollars in millions)
For the Year Ended September 30, 2013 2012
Countering Security Threats and Advancing Global Security
Total Cost $5,942 $7,115
Earned Revenue (377) (789)
Net Program Costs 5,565 6,326
Managing Transitions in the Frontline States
Total Cost 2,130 1,491
Earned Revenue (75) (126)
Net Program Costs 2,055 1,365
Expanding and Sustaining Stable States through Democratic Principles
Total Cost 11,338 11,475
Earned Revenue (863) (465)
Net Program Costs 10,475 11,010
Providing Humanitarian Assistance and Supporting Disaster Mitigation
Total Cost 2,284 1,619
Earned Revenue (1)
Net Program Costs 2,283 1,619
Supporting American Prosperity through Economic Diplomacy
Total Cost 121 75
Earned Revenue (21) (31)
Net Program Costs 100 44
Advancing U.S. Interests through Public Diplomacy and Programs
Total Cost 894 1,314
Earned Revenue (177) (304)
Net Program Costs 717 1,010
Achieving Consular Excellence and a Secure U.S. Presence Internationally
Total Cost 5,411 5,637
Earned Revenue (3,709) (3,543)
Net Program Costs 1,702 2,094
Executive Direction and Other Costs Not Assigned
Total Cost 3,615 3,704
Earned Revenue (1,805) (1,486)
Net Program Costs Before Assumption Changes 1,810 2,218
Actuarial Loss on Pension Assumption Changes (Notes 1 and 10) 360 770
Net Program Costs 2,170 2,988
Total Cost and Loss on Assumption Changes 32,095 33,200
Total Revenue (7,028) (6,744)
Total Net Cost $25,067 $26,456

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

 




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