« PreviousContinue »
* The Budget presents the amounts associated with shifting the true costs of accruing pension and health benefits from central accounts to affected program accounts, starting in 2003. The amounts associated with the proposal are included on a comparable basis for program accounts in 2001 and 2002. The table "Costs of Fully Funding Pension and Health Costs" shows the amounts included for Fiscal Years 2001, 2002 and 2003.
Additional footnotes are on the page opposite.
Footnotes to the Summary of Funds Table
FY 2001 amounts reflect the 0.22% Government-wide rescission required by Section 1403 of the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2001; the mandatory Foreign Service Retirement & Disability Fund was exempt from the rescission.
/b Reflects $875,037 transferred to the United States Commission on Holocaust Assets, $3,375,000 transferred to the Buying Power Maintenance Fund, and $13,662,000 transferred to the Capital Investment Fund. Does not include $390,000 transferred from the Emergency Response Fund.
Does not include $135.6 million transferred from the Emergency Response Fund
If Does not include $52.85 million transferred from the Emergency Response Fund.
/g In addition to the direct appropriated amounts shown, the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) transferred funds for Support for Eastern European Democracy Act (SEED), Freedom Support Act (FSA), and Economic Support Fund (ESF) activities. In FY 2001, $135.474 million in transferred funds was obligated. Additional transfers from USAID for FSA, SEED, and ESF are anticipated in FY 2002 and FY 2003.
/h Does not include $51 million transferred from the Emergency Response Fund.
Assessments for periods up to December 31, 2000, are calculated at the legislatively mandated rate of 25 percent and at the UN assessed rate thereafter.
/j $2.15 million was provided through the Emergency Supplemental Act, 2000 (P.L. 106-246) to initiate, in FY2001, the first year of a five-year bi-national study of the regulation of the Lake Ontario and St. Lawrence River levels and flows. The FY 2002 estimate includes $3.432 million for the second year of the study.
Does not include $3.48 million in new budget authority transferred from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).
In addition, $21 million in FY 2000 funds was also available.
/m Does not include $100 million transferred from the Emergency Response Fund.
la Position levels do not include 2,059 positions being funded by MRV fees in FY 2001.
/d Reflects the transfer of the Operations & Maintenance (O&M) activity pursuant to the FY2002 appropriation.