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Fiscal Year 2001 Security Assistance Funding Allocations.

INTRODUCTION

The last DISAM Journal, Winter 2000/2001 Edition, provided an extensive description and analysis of the numerous pieces of security assistance-related legislation enacted during 2000 for FY2001. While funding for the fiscal year was appropriated by the Foreign Operations, Export Financing, and Related Appropriations Act, 2001, P.L. 106-429, 6 November 2000, the allocation of funding for specific countries and programs was not completed and published by the Department of State until the third week of February 2001 by message DTG SECSTATE WASHDC 240207ZFEB01. As was the case with last year, the allocation process was especially difficult in that a 0.22 percent across-the-board budget rescission was later mandated by Miscellaneous Appropriations for Fiscal Year 2001, Section 1(a)(4), P.L. 106-552, 21 December 2000. Nearly all programs were to experience this reduction in funding with the four major appropriated security assistance programs each being equally affected by an overall total of $13.377 million. The allocation process was further complicated with the change in administration and its associated overhaul in political and policy leadership. P.L. 106-429, Title VI, Emergency Supplemental Appropriation, Military Assistance, augmented funding in support of a Southeast Europe Initiative (SEI) by increasing both the Foreign Military Financing Program (FMFP) and the International Military Education and Training (IMET) program by $31 million and $2.875 million, respectively, expressly for the countries of the Balkans and southeast Europe.

FY2001 SECURITY ASSISTANCE FUNDING

Table 1 is an overall presentation of the entire funding security program for FY2001. Also displayed in the table for comparison are the program funding levels from FY2000 (less the Wye River overall supplemental of $ 1.825 billion), the Administration's request for funding, and the proposals from both the Senate and the House of Representatives prior to the conference held to iron out the differences. It must be noted that the budget proposed by the FY2001 Congressional Budget Justification for Foreign Operations [in the past, referred to as the Congressional Presentation Document (CPD)] was published early in the calendar year of 2000 and did not include the Southeast Europe Initiative (SEI) supplement. The final figures in the right hand column reflect the final appropriations to include the SEI but not the mandated rescissions.

Disregarding the supplemental funding for both years, overall security assistance funding approved for FY2001 is $64.163 million more than the level approved for FY2000 and $7.8 million more than initially requested by the Administration. Both the FMFP and IMET levels are higher for FY2001 than for FY2000, while the reverse is the case for Economic Support (ESF) and Peacekeeping Operations (PKO).

FY2001 FOREIGN MILITARY FINANCING PROGRAM (FMFP)

Table 2 provides the FY2001 FMFP funding allocated by country or program displayed by region. The mandated 0.22 percent rescission for FY2001 FMFP is $7.867 million bringing the total funding to be allocated for the year to $3,568.133 million. After its rescission, final FY2000 FMFP was $3,413.297 million or $154.836 million less than final FY200l funding. When comparing the middle Budget Request column with the right hand Funding column, the only programs not negatively affected by the FY2001 rescission are Israel (unchanged); Morocco, Tunisia, Kyrgyzstan, and Uzbekistan (all four increased); and Croatia, Malta, and East Timor (no funding initially requested for any of the three). The SEI supplemental also experienced a $0.154 million rescission reduction. The State Department allocation message states the current U.S. policy regarding provision of FMFP to new NATO members permits Partnership-for-Peace (PtP) partners, only upon accession to NATO, to use FMFP grant funding to purchase lethal defense articles and FMFP grants or loans to acquire fighter aircraft.

INTERNATIONAL MILITARY AND EDUCATION TRAINING (IMET)

Table 3 provides the FY2001 funding allocations for IMET, again, by region, country, and program. The SEI supplemental added $2.875 million to the initial appropriated level of $55.000 million. After the mandated rescission of $0.127 million, a total of $57.748 million remained for final allocation. This final FY2001 IMET figure exceeded the FY2000 level of, after rescission, $49.810 million and the FY2001 request for $55.000 million. When comparing the middle Budget Request column with the right hand Funding column by region, the following regions experienced a decrease in IMET funding: Africa ($425 thousand), East Asia and the Pacific ($200 thousand), and Western Hemisphere ($60 thousand). The Near East and Former Soviet Union regions experienced no changes while the South Asia region had a $60 thousand increase. The European region initially had a $1.000 million decrease, but with a SEI supplement of $2.875 million, the resultant was a $1.785 million increase. The appropriated SEI supplemental was unaffec ted by the mandated 0.22 percent rescission during the allocation process. In comparing the left hand FY2000 Funding column with the right hand FY2001 Funding column, all of the regions experienced an increase in funding.

ECONOMIC SUPPORT FUND (ESF)

Table 4 provides the FY2000 ESF allocations also by regions, countries, and programs. The mandated .22 percent rescission was $5.104 million bringing the total for final allocation to $2,314.896 million. Unlike FMFP and IMET, this year's security assistance program for ESF experienced no supplemental funding. While this year's funding was slightly greater than requested by the Administration, it was overall, after its rescission, $27.191 million less than last year's funding level of $2,342.087 million, after its rescission. The Near East, Europe, and Western Hemisphere regions received less funding than last year while the regions of East Asia and the Pacific, South Asia, and Africa were higher. Israel is in its third year of agreed upon reductions in ESF support. With an annual ESF reduction of $120 million, Israel is to be removed from the ESF in ten years. This year, Israel received $840 million in ESF funding. However, the agreement also requires that Israeli's FMFP funding is to increase annually by $6 0 million during the same ten year period.

PEACEKEEPING OPERATIONS (PKO)

Table 5 presents the FY200l funding allocations for international PKO authorized by Section 551, FAA. Like ESF, this year's PKO program was not a part of the SEI supplemental. The program, though, was reduced by $0.279 million as a part of the mandated 0.22 percent rescission, bringing the final allocation level to $126.721 million for FY2001. This figure represents a $23.231 million or 15.5 percent decrease from last year's final funding level of $149.952 million. The Africa Regional PKO program received the only increase in funding with the four Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) programs together receiving a significant reduction of $30.646 million.

Rescissions

Finally, Table 6 recaps all four appropriated programs, but reflecting the P.L. 106-552 mandated 0.22 percent rescission. The table demonstrates how the rescission percentage, unlike last year, was uniformly applied to the four programs at 0.22 percent. It also shows the original program figures appropriated by the annual appropriations act for security assistance, P.L. 106429; the dollar value by program for each rescission; and finally the program funding amounts actually available for allocation to countries and programs.

CONCLUSION

Taking rescissions into consideration, this year's security assistance funding of $6,067.498 million represents an increase of $109.089 million more than last year's level of $5,958.409. FY200l Southeast Europe Initiative (SEI) supplemental of $30.808 million for FMFP and $2.875 million for IMET does not compare to the FY2000 Wye River supplemental of $1,375.000 million for FMFP and $450.000 for ESF. Both FY2000 and FY2001 did experience subsequently enacted mandatory rescissions of 0.38 percent and 0.22 percent respectively amounting to $29.691 million and $13.377 million respectively. Overall, the FY200l FMFP and IMET programs realized increased funding over the FY2000 programs. The FY200l IMET increase of $7.938 million or nearly 16 percent over FY2000 funding is especially noteworthy.

About the Author

Ken Martin is an associate professor with nearly thirteen years of service on the DISAM faculty. His duties include Legislation and Foreign Policy functional manager and editor of the annually republished DISAM "green textbook", The Management of Security Assistance. Ken retired from the U.S. Navy in 1991 after over 24 years of active duty as a surface warfare officer. He received his undergraduate degree in economics from the Illinois Institute of Technology and his Masters in Administration from Central Michigan University.
 SECURITY ASSISTANCE PROGRAM
 APPROPRIATIONS
 Fiscal Years 2000 and 2001 Funding Levels
 (Dollars in Millions)
 FY2000 FY2000 HRpt 106-997 HRpt 106-997
 Actual Budget Senate House
 Funding [1] Proposal [2] Proposal Proposal
FMFP $3,419.303 $3,538.200 $3,519.000 $3,268.000
IMET 50.000 55.000 55.000 47.250
ESF 2,365.000 2,313.000 2,208.900 2,220.000
PKO 150.534 134.000 85.000 117.000
TOTAL $5,984.837 $6,040.200 $5,867.900 $5,652.250
 P.L. 106-429
 6 Nov 00
 Fy 2001
 Funding
FMFP $3,576.000 [3]
IMET 57.875 [4]
ESF 2,320.000 [5]
PKO 127.000
TOTAL $6,080.875


(1.)Does not include the Wye River supplemental of $1,375.000 million in FMFP for Israel, Jordan, and Egypt and $450.000 in ESF for Jordan and West Bank and Gaza.

(2.)The budget proposal figures are from the FY2001 Congressional Budget Justification for Foreign Operations. These proposal figures do not include the Administration's subsequent request for supplemental FMFP and IMET funding for the countries of the Balkans and southeast Europe [Southeast Europe Initiative (SEI)].

(3.)Includes $31.000 million in supplemental FMFP funding for the SEI to remain available until 30 September 2002.

(4.)Includes $2.875 million in supplemental IMET funding for the SEI to remain available until 30 September 2002.

(5.)Includes $25.000 million in ESF funding appropriated as the U.S. contribution to the International Fund for Ireland to remain available until 30 September 2002.
 FOREIGN MILITARY FINANCING PROGRAM FUNDING
 FY2001 Funding Allocation
 (Dollars in Millions)
 FY2000 FY2001
Country/Program by FMFP Budget
Geographical Region Funding Request
NEAR EAST
Egypt 1,300.000 $1,300.000
 (Wye River supplemental) (25.000)
Israel 1,920.000
1,980.000
 (Wye River supplemental) (1,200.000)
Jordan 74.715 75.000
 (Wye River supplemental) (150.000)
Morocco 1.500 2.500
Tunisia 3.000 2.500
Subtotal, Near East 3,299.215 [1] 3,360.000
EUROPE
Partnership for Peace (PfP) [33.400] [62.000]
 Albania 1.600 4.500
 Bulgaria 4.800 8.500
 Croatia 4.000 0.000
 Estonia 4.000 6.350
 Latvia 4.000 5.350
 Lithuania 4.400 6.500
 Macedonia 0.000 7.900
 Romania 6.000 11.000
 Slovakia 2.600 8.400
 Slovenia 2.000 3.500
Bosnia 0.000 3.000
Malta 0.450 0.000
Czech Republic 6.000 9.000
Hungary 6.000 9.000
Poland 8.000 12.300
Subtotal, Europe 53.850 95.300
INDEPENDENT STATES OF THE FORMER
 SOVIET UNION
Partnership for Peace (PfP) [12.350] [15.900]
 Georgia 3.000 4.500
 Kazakhstan 1.500 1.900
 Kyrgyzstan 1.000 1.600
 Moldoval .250 1.500
 FY2001
Country/Program by FMFP
Geographical Region Funding
NEAR EAST
Egypt $1,293.592
 (Wye River supplemental)
Israel 1,980.000
1,980.000
 (Wye River supplemental)
Jordan 74.630
 (Wye River supplemental)
Morocco 2.488
Tunisia 3.483
Subtotal, Near East 3,354.193
EUROPE
Partnership for Peace (PfP) [62.689]
 Albania 4.229
 Bulgaria 7.762
 Croatia 3.980
 Estonia 6.169
 Latvia 5.174
 Lithuania 6.468
 Macedonia 7.612
 Romania 9.453
 Slovakia 8.359
 Slovenia 3.483
Bosnia 2.985
Malta 2.985
Czech Republic 8.956
Hungary 8.956
Poland 12.240
Subtotal, Europe 98.811
INDEPENDENT STATES OF THE FORMER
 SOVIET UNION
Partnership for Peace (PfP) [16.818]
 Georgia 4.478
 Kazakhstan 1.891
 Kyrgyzstan 1.841
 Moldoval 1.493
Ukraine 3.250 4.000 3.980
Uzbekistan 1.750 1.700 2.438
Subtotal, Independent States of 12.350 15.900 16.818
 the former Soviet Union
WESTERN HEMISPHERE
 Argentina 0.450 1.000 .995
 Caribbean Regional [1.700] [2.450] [2.438]
 Bahamas 0.050 0.140 0.139
 Belize 0.100 0.200 0.199
 Dominican Republic 0.400 0.650 0.647
 Guyana 0.100 0.125 0.124
 Haiti 0.300 0.450 0.448
 Jamaica 0.500 0.585 0.582
 Trinidad and Tobago 0.250 0.300 0.299
Eastern Caribbean 1.300 1.550 1.542
Subtotal, Western Hemisphere 3.450 5.000 4.975
AFRICA
Africa Regional Stability 0.000 18.000 17.911
Nigeria 10.000 0.00 0.000
Subtotal, Africa 10.000 18.000 17.911
EAST ASIA AND THE PACIFIC
East Timor 0.000 0.000 1.791
Mongolia 0.000 2.000 1.990
Philippine 1.437 2.000 1.990
Subtotal, East Asia and 1.437 4.000 5.771
 the Pacific
SOUTHEAST EUROPE INITIATIVE (SEI)
SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATION
Bosnia 2.985
Albania 4.378
Bulgaria 5.672
Macedonia 5.970
Romania 7.463
Slovakia 2.388
Slovenia 1.990
Subtotal SEI supplemental 30.846
OTHER
FMFP Administrative Costs 30.495 33.000
Enhanced International Peacekeeping
 Capabilities (EIPC) 2.500 6.000
Subtotal, Other 32.995 39.000
RESCISSION 6.006 0.000
TOTAL FMFP $3,419.303 [1] $3,538.200
OTHER
FMFP Administrative Costs 32.838
Enhanced International Peacekeeping
 Capabilities (EIPC) 5.970
Subtotal, Other 38.808
RESCISSION 7.867
TOTAL FMFP $3,576.000
(1.)FY2000 totals do not reflect the Wye
River supplemental.
 INTERNATIONAL MILITARY AND EDUCATION
 TRAINING (IMET)
 FY2001 Funding Allocation
 (Dollars in Thousands)
 FY2000 FY2001 FY2001
Country/Program by IMET Budget IMET
Geographical Region Funding Request Funding
AFRICA
Angola 00 50 50
Benin 356 350 390
Botswana 479 500 580
Burkina Faso 00 70 00
Burundi 00 70 00
Cameroon 189 160 180
Cape Verde 123 100 120
Central African Republic 103 100 110
Chad 100 75 130
Congo (Brazzaville) 00 75 110
Congo (Kinshasa) 00 75 00
Cote d'lvoire 22 100 00
Djibouti 163 125 150
Eritrea 27 345 155
Ethiopia 152 400 175
Gabon 47 75 150
Ghana 450 425 450
Guinea 179 175 230
Guinea-Bissau 22 50 50
Kenya 422 425 450
Lesotho 86 85 85
Liberia 00 75 00
Madagascar 160 125 160
Malawi 354 350 350
Mali 270 300 320
Mauritania 00 75 100
Mauritius 79 60 80
Mozambique 178 200 200
Namibia 175 195 195
Niger 00 60 100
Nigeria 525 650 650
Rwanda 164 250 100
Sao Tome 45 85 85
Senegal 764 750 800
Seychelles 72 60 60
Sierra Leone 00 100 170
South Africa 904 825 1,200
Swaziland 105 85 85
Tanzania 167 175 200
Togo 00 50 0
Uganda 247 385 100
Zambia 137 160 175
Zimbabwe 286 325 00
Subtotal, Africa 7,543 9,170 8,745
EAST ASIA AND THE PACIFIC
Cambodia 00 100 00
Fiji 8 160 00
Indonesia 00 400 200
Laos 00 50 50
Malaysia 740 700 700
Mongolia 512 525 650
Papua New Guinea 177 180 180
Philippines 1,415 1,400 1,500
Samoa 85 120 120
Solomon Islands 53 150 150
Thailand 1,730 1,560 1,595
Tonga 103 100 100
Vanuatu 63 100 100
Vietnam 00 50 50
Subtotal, East Asia and
 the Pacific 4,956 5,595 5,395
EUROPE
Albania 646 800 800
Bosnian and Herzegovina 601 800 800
Bulgaria 1,000 1,100 1,100
Croatia 514 525 525
Czech Republic [1] 1,441 1,700 1,400
Estonia 789 800 750
Greece 25 25 25
Hungary [1] 1,398 1,700 1,400
Latvia 749 750 750
Lithuania 750 750 800
Macedonia 504 550 550
Malta 100 100 150
Poland [1] 1,670 1,700 1,300
Portugal 656 750 750
Romania 1,093 1,300 1,250
Slovakia 633 700 700
Slovenia 579 700 700
Turkey 1,554 1,600 1,600
Subtotal, Europe 14,702 16,350 15,350
INDEPENDENT STATES OF THE
 FORMER SOVIET UNION
Georgia 409 475 475
Kazakhstan 567 600 600
Kyrgyzstan 358 400 400
Moldova 487 600 600
Russian Federation 717 800 800
Turkmenistan 313 325 325
Ukraine 1,338 1,500 1,500
Uzbekistan 547 550 550
Subtotal, Independent States 4,736 5,250 5,250
 of the Former Soviet Union
WESTERN HEMISPHERE
Argentina 740 750 800
Bahamas 112 115 115
Belize 161 275 275
Bolivia 548 600 650
Brazil 223 250 250
Chile 499 500 550
Colombia 900 1,040 1,040
Costa Rica 280 200 200
Diminican Republic 487 450 450
Eastern Caribbean 487 560 560
Ecuador 518 550 550
El Salvador 523 525 525
Guatemala 228 250 250
Guyana 168 195 195
Haiti 222 300 00
Honduras 548 525 525
Jamaica 461 500 500
Mexico 865 1,000 1,000
Nicaragua 194 220 220
Panama 117 110 150
Paraguay 210 200 200
Peru 455 475 475
Suriname 102 100 100
Trinidad & Tobago 132 125 125
Uruguay 326 300 350
Venezuela 384 400 400
Subtotal, Western Hemisphere 9,890 10,515 10,455
NEAR EAST
Algeria 115 125 125
Bahrain 216 235 235
Egypt 1,006 1,100 1,100
Jordan 1,679 1,700 1,700
Lebanon 582 575 575
Morocco 904 955 955
Oman 230 250 250
Tunisia 906 955 955
Yemen 125 135 135
Subtotal, Near East 5,763 6,030 6,030
SOUTH ASIA
Bangladesh 456 460 475
India 480 475 500
Maldives 100 110 110
Nepal 216 200 220
Sri Lanka 203 245 245
Subtotal, South Asia 1,455 1,490 1,550
SOUTHEAST EUROPE INITIATIVE (SEI)
SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIATION
Albania 400
Bosnia 375
Bulgaria 500
Croatia 500
Macedonia 200
Romania 300
Slovakia 250
Slovenia 350
Subtotal, SEI supplemental 2,875
NON-REGIONAL
 General Costs 765 600 298
 E-IMET schools [2] 1,800
 Subtotal, Non-regional 765 600 2,098
RESCISSION 190 00 127
TOTAL IMET $50,000 $55,000 $57,875
(1.)The Czech Republic, Hungary, and
Poland also received $300,000, $300,000,
and $400,000 respectively from prior
year "no-year funding" so each country
receives $1.700 million in IMET funding
during FY2001 as authorized by Section
511, P.L. 106-280. This "no-year"
funding is the result of $1.000 million
in annual IMET since FY1999 remaining
available until expended.
(2.)Includes $1.000 million in FY2001
funding and $800,000 in general cost funding.
 ECONOMIC SUPPORT FUND (ESF)
 FY2001 Funding Allocation
 (Dollars in Millions)
 FY2000 FY2001 FY2001
Country/Program by ESF Budget ESF
Geographical Region Funding Request Funding
NEAR EAST
Egypt 727.267 695.000 692.603
Israel 949.056 840.000 840.000
Jordan 149.500 150.000 149.483
 (Wye River supplemental) (50.000)
Lebanon 15.000 12.000 34.879
Yemen 0.000 4.000 3.986
Middle East Fact Finding 0.000 0.000 2.790
Middle East Democracy 6.000 4.000 3.986
Middle East Multi-laterals 4.000 4.000 2.990
Middle East Regional Coop 10.000 5.000 4.983
Iraq Opposition 10.000 10.000 24.914
West Bank-Gaza 85.000 100.000 84.707
 (Wye River supplemental) (400.000)
U.S.-North Africa Partner 5.000 4.000 3.986
Subtotal, Near East 1,960.823 [1] 1,828.000 1,849.307
EUROPE
Cyprus 14.950 15.000 14.948
Ireland 19.525 19.600 24.914
Irish Visa Program 4.000 5.000 4.983
Europe Regional 21.139 0.000 0.000
Subtotal, Europe 59.614 39.600 44.845
AFRICA
Angola 0.000 5.000 3.986
Nigeria 20.000 25.000 24.914
Sierra Leone 1.500 0.000 0.000
SADC Initiative [2] 1.000 1.000 0.997
Safe Skies 2.000 2.000 1.993
Organization for African Unity 0.000 2.000 0.997
Regional Organizations 0.000 1.000 0.997
Governments in Transition 10.000 20.000 15.945
Education for Development
 And Democracy 10.000 15.000 14.947
Great Lakes Initiative 10.000 10.000 9.966
Presidential Economic Growth
 Opportunity 2.000 2.000 1.993
Africa Regional 6.000 15.000 13.951
Subtotal, Africa 62.000 98.000 90.686
SOUTH ASIA
India 0.000 5.000 4.983
South Asia Democracy 8.000 5.000 4.983
South Asia Regional 3.000 0.000 0.000
South Asia Energy and Environment 0.000 4.000 3.488
South Asia Regional Stability 0.000 1.000 0.997
Women and Children Fund 0.000 5.000 4.484
Subtotal, South Asia 11.000 20.000 18.935
WESTERN HEMISPHERE
West Hemisphere Regional 27.000 43.650 8.367
Guatemala 20.000 20.000 14.948
Haiti 60.000 50.000 49.827
Peru/Ecuador Peace 11.000 10.000 9.966
AOJ/ICITAP [3] 6.500 10.000 6.976
Subtotal, Western Hemisphere 124.500 133.650 120.084
EAST ASIA AND THE PACIFIC
Burma 3.500 3.500 3.488
Cambodia 10.000 20.000 14.948
Indonesia 23.000 50.000 49.828
Mongolia 6.000 12.000 11.959
Philippines 0.000 5.000 3.986
Regional Democracy 3.000 5.000 5.882
Accelerate Economic Recovery 5.000 8.000 4.982
East Timor 25.000 10.000 24.914
Chinese Compensation 0.000 28.000 28.000
China NGO (Tibet Culture) 0.000 0.000 0.000
EAP Environmental Initiative 3.500 6.000 3.488
Regional Security 0.250 0.250 0.249
Regional Women's Issues 2.500 4.000 2.990
So. Pacific Fisheries Treaty 14.000 14.000 13.952
Subtotal, East Asia and the
 Pacific 95.750 165.750 168.666
GLOBAL
Human Rights and Democracy 9.000 18.000 13.404
Holocaust Victims Trust Fund 11.000 0.000 0.000
Partnerships to Eliminate
 Sweatshops 4.000 5.000 3.986
Environmental Diplomacy 4.000 5.000 4.983
Subtotal, Global 28.000 28.000 22.373
RESCISSION 22.913 0.000 5.104
TOTAL ESF $2,365.000 [1] $2,313.000 $2,320.000
(1.)FY2000 totals do not reflect the Wye River supplemental.
(2.)SADC - Southern African Development Community.
(3.)AOJ/ICITAP - Administration of
Justice/International Criminal
Investigation Training Assistance
Program of the U.S. Department of Justice.
 PEACEKEEPING OPERATIONS (PKO)
 FY2001 Funding Allocation
 (Dollars in millions)
 FY2000 FY2001 FY2001
 PKO Budget PKO
Program Funding Request Funding
Africa Regional $16.654 $15.OQO $26.500
African Crisis Response Initiative 20.000 20.000 20.000
East Timor [1] 8.500 18.000 8.500
Haiti 3.800 4.000 1.721
Israel-Lebanon Monitoring Group 0.450 1.000 0.000
Multinational Force and Observers 15.902 16.000 16.000
OSCE Regional [2] 0.000 10.000 16.700
OSCE (Bosnia) 51.271 21.000 18.500
OSCE (Croatia) 0.000 0.000 3.300
OSCE (Kosovo) 33.375 29.000 15.500
RESCISSION 0.582 0.000 0.279
TOTAL PKO $150.534 $134.000 $127.000
(1.)Includes $500,000 for the Office of
Defense Force Development.
(2.)OSCE - Organization for Security and
Cooperation in Europe
 SECURITY ASSISTANCE FUNDING RESCISSIONS
 FOR FY 2001
 (Dollars in Millions)
 Initial Rescission Funds
 Appropriation Funding Rescission Remaining For
Program Level Level Percentage Allocation
FMFP $3,576.000 $7.867 .2200 $3,568.133
IMET 57.875 0.127 .2194 57.748
ESF 2,320.000 5.104 .2200 2,314.896
PKO 127.000 .279 .2197 126.721
TOTAL $6,080.875 $13.377 .2200 $6,067.498
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