Appendix: Resources by Strategic Goal

Two tables are provided:

1. Department of State Appropriations Act: This is a three-page spreadsheet. The first two pages show FY 2000 through FY 2003 resources by Strategic Goal using the Department's previous Strategic Planning Framework that consisted of twenty strategic goals. The third page shows FY 2004 resources using the Department's new framework consisting of twelve strategic goals.

2. Foreign Operations Resources: The first two pages of this three-page spreadsheet depict Foreign Operations Resources allocated by Strategic Goal. The first page shows Foreign Operations Resources for FY 2002 and FY 2003 by Strategic Goal using the Department's previous framework. The second page shows FY 2004 Foreign Operations Resources by Strategic Goal using the Department's new framework. Finally, the last page shows FY 2002 through FY 2004 resources allocated for other accounts.

DEPARTMENT OF STATE APPROPRIATIONS ACT

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DEPARTMENT OF STATE APPROPRIATIONS ACT: Resources by Goal
(without fees; funds in thousands*)


(Previous Strategic Goal Framework)

NATIONAL INTEREST

FY 2000 Actual

FY 2001 Actual

FY 2002 Actual

FY 2003 Request (1)

Code

Strategic Goal

Positions (2)

Funds

Positions (2)

Funds

Positions (2)

Funds

Positions (2)

Funds

NATIONAL SECURITY

2,515

$1,216,172

2,439

$1,205,945

2,387

$1,294,433

2,572

$1,338,908

RS

Regional Stability

1,587

1,016,440

1,492

1,022,585

1,215

1,037,356

1,252

946,464

WD

Weapons of Mass Destruction

682

160

697

148,438

504

137,604

506

156,760

TE

Countering Terrorism

246

38,748

250

34,922

668

119,473

814

235,684

ECONOMIC PROSPERITY

1,419

597,208

1,486

434,612

1,239

431,968

1,252

478,749

OM

Open Markets

554

374,388

581

217,219

488

219,861

494

249,594

EX

US Exports

410

49,904

448

49,382

287

43,436

290

48,585

EG

Global Economic Growth

236

33,870

236

39,930

239

32,789

244

40,833

ED

Economic Development (Broad-Based Economic Growth)

219

139,046

221

128,081

225

135,882

224

139,737

AMERICAN CITIZENS & BORDERS

1,624

161,014

1,859

148,156

1,288

151,857

1,067

79,560

AC

American Citizens

700

79,522

848

75,808

665

71,154

544

36,028

TM

Travel and Migration

924

81,482

1,011

72,348

623

80,703

523

43,532

LAW ENFORCEMENT

545

71,862

371

43,209

711

92,182

721

95,995

IC

International Crime

418

47,767

246

27,249

351

47,674

355

49,619

ID

Illegal Drugs

127

24,095

125

15,960

360

44,508

366

46,376

DEMOCRACY

863

416,243

1,078

566,938

808

574,158

826

561,583

DE

Democracy

502

364,601

705

521,829

808

574,158

826

561,583

HUMANITARIAN RESPONSE

284

661,546

165

23,177

168

24,267

167

26,423

HA

Humanitarian Assistance

151

643,126

21

6,428

168

24,267

167

26,423

GLOBAL ISSUES

634

328,606

676

311,701

712

296,277

724

307,379

EN

Environment

554

108,122

558

133,046

570

106,657

575

125,635

PO

Population

31

5,444

63

8,118

32

5,598

29

6,832

HE

Health

49

215,040

55

170,537

110

184,022

120

174,912

DIPLOMACY

1,334

217,125

1,251

179,977

462

86,205

468

82,397

DA

Diplomatic Activity

0

15,357

0

14,114

462

86,205

468

82,397

MUTUAL UNDERSTANDING (formerly PUBLIC DIPLOMACY)

2,162

322,512

2,538

436,319

2,292

442,696

2,292

431,916

MU

Mutual Understanding

2,162

322,512

2,538

436,319

2,292

442,696

2,292

431,916

DIPLOMATIC READINESS

6,676

2,485,295

6,319

3,210,604

8,985

4,390,466

9,274

4,200,036

HR

Human Resources

1,686

445,648

1,668

492,564

2,230

666,416

2,438

719,244

IR

Information Resources

1,083

278,373

1,073

362,894

1,596

620,467

1,604

601,937

IO

Infrastructure and Operations

3,907

1,761,274

3,578

2,355,146

5,159

3,103,583

5,232

2,878,855

IG

Inspector General Activities

314

27,382

314

29,891

314

29,000

314

29,264

Transfers

0

2,578

0

90,358

0

-

0

-

FY 2000 Actual

FY 2001 Actual

FY 2002 Actual

FY 2003 Request

Pos

Funds

Pos

Funds

Pos

Funds

Pos

Funds

TOTALS

18,370

$6,507,543

18,496

$6,680,887

19,366

$7,813,509

19,677

$7,632,210

Note 1: The FY 2003 data is the request which ties to the Congressional Presentation Document.
Note 2: The "Positions" column denotes the number of authorized positions.

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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE
Appropriations Act Resources by Goal
($ in thousands)

(New Strategic Goal Framework)

STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE

FY 2004 Request (1)

Strategic Goal

Positions (2)

Funds

PROTECT THE NATION

CT

Countering Terrorism

900

$ 198,904

HS

Homeland Security

593

70,773

RS

Regional Stability

1,238

920,369

WD

Weapons of Mass Destruction

506

155,860

IC

International Crime and Drugs

727

98,691

AC

American Citizens

540

40,807

ADVANCE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND GLOBAL INTERESTS

DE

Democracy & Human Rights

827

588,611

EP

Economic Prosperity and Security

1,253

478,291

SE

Social & Environmental Issues

724

302,365

HR

Humanitarian Response

167

27,499

PROMOTE INTERNATIONAL UNDERSTANDING

PD

Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs

2,293

482,420

STRENGTHEN DIPLOMATIC AND PROGRAM CAPABILITIES

MG

Management and Organizational Excellence

10,147

4,684,449

OIG

Office of the Inspector General

314

31,703

Total

20,229

$8,080,742

Note (1): The FY 2004 data is the request which ties to the Congressional Presentation Document.
Note (2): The "Positions" column denotes the number of authorized positions.

FOREIGN OPERATIONS RESOURCES

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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE
Foreign Operations Resources
($ in thousands)

(Previous Strategic Goal Framework)

CATEGORY 1: Department of State Administered Accounts

The following breakdown represents six foreign assistance appropriation accounts that the U.S. Department of State
administers and can allocate by strategic goal, although the process is still being refined. These funds include
INCLE, IO&P, MRA, ERMA, NADR, and PKO.

NATIONAL INTERESTS

Strategic Goal

FY 2002 Actuals

FY 2003 Request (*)

NATIONAL SECURITY

RS

Regional Stability

$ 378,000

$ 110,250

WD

Weapons of Mass Destruction

281,766

246,200

CT

Countering Terrorism

207,234

69,500

ECONOMIC PROSPERITY

OM

Open Markets

-

-

EX

Economic Development (Broad-Based Economic Growth)

-

-

EG

Global Economic Growth

-

-

ED

Economic Development (Broad-Based Economic Growth)

104,600

227,500

AMERICAN CITIZENS & BORDERS

AC

American Citizens

-

-

TM

Travel and Migration

-

-

LAW ENFORCEMENT

IC

International Crime

159,000

197,000

ID

Illegal Drugs

870,000

731,000

DEMOCRACY

DE

Democracy

9,000

9,000

HUMANITARIAN RESPONSE

HA

Humanitarian Assistance

869,000

775,000

GLOBAL ISSUES

EN

Environment

54,600

48,600

PO

Population

-

-

HE

Health

-

-

DIPLOMACY

DA

Diplomatic Activity

-

-

MUTUAL UNDERSTANDING

MU

Mutual Understanding

-

-

DIPLOMATIC READINESS

HR

Human Resources

-

-

IR

Information Resources

-

-

IO

Infrastructure and Operations

-

-

UNALLOCATED

25,000

SUB-TOTAL

$2,933,200

$2,439,050

Note (*): The FY 2003 data is the request which ties to the Congressional Budget Justification Document.
This does not include the FY 2003 supplemental request.

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE
Foreign Operations Resources
($ in thousands)

(New Strategic Goal Framework)

CATEGORY 1: Department of State Administered Accounts

The following breakdown represents six foreign assistance appropriation accounts that the U.S. Department of State
administers and can allocate by strategic goal, although the process is still being refined. These funds include
INCLE, IO&P, MRA, ERMA, NADR, and PKO.

STRATEGIC OBJECTIVES

Strategic Goal

FY 2004 Request (*)

PROTECT THE NATION

CT

Counterterrorism

120,900

HS

Homeland Security

-

RS

Regional Stability

96,900

WD

Weapons of Mass Destruction

204,000

IC

International Crime and Drugs

1,015,550

AC

American Citizens

-

ADVANCE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND GLOBAL INTERESTS

DE

Democracy and Human Rights

9,000

EP

Economic Prosperity and Security

227,500

SE

Social and Environment Issues

45,350

HT

Humanitarian Response

866,197

PROMOTE INTERNATIONAL UNDERSTANDING

PD

Public Diplomacy and Public Affairs

-

STRENGTHEN DIPLOMATIC AND PROGRAM CAPABILITIES

MG

Management and Organizational Excellence

-

UNALLOCATED

25,000

SUB-TOTAL

$2,610,397

Note (*): The FY 2004 data is the request which ties to the Congressional Budget
Justification Document.

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF STATE
Foreign Operations Resources
($ in thousands)

(New Strategic Goal Framework)

CATEGORY 2: State Oversight Accounts

The following resources are implemented by other foreign affairs agencies and not administered by the Department of State.
As a result, in the FY 2004 Performance Plan these resources are not allocated by strategic goal. In future years, the
Department will collaborate with implementing agencies in an effort to begin to break down these resources by strategic goal.

FY 2002 Actuals

FY 2003 Request

FY 2004 Request

U.S. Agency for International Development

3,727,000

3,887,400

3,923,900

Economic Support Fund

3,289,000

2,490,000

2,535,000.00

Assistance for Eastern Europe & the Baltic States

621,000

495,000

435,000

Assistance for the Independent States

958,000

755,000

576,000

International Military Education and Training

70,000

80,000

91,700

Foreign Military Financing

4,052,000

4,107,200

4,414,000

SUB-TOTAL

12,717,000

11,814,600

11,975,600

CATEGORY 3: Other Agency Accounts

Although the following resources are part of international affairs resources (Function 150), the Department only provides
foreign policy guidance to these agencies. Thus, the Department of State does not allocate these resources by the
Department's strategic goals.

FY 2002 Actuals

FY 2003 Request

FY 2004 Request

Export-Import Bank

765,323

596,727

(36,425)

Overseas Private Investment Corporation

(221,000)

(227,115)

(198,000)

Trade and Development Agency

50,024

44,512

60,000

Peace Corps

278,900

317,000

359,000

Inter-American Foundation

13,107

14,000

15,185

African Development Foundation

16,542

16,542

17,689

Treasury Technical Assistance

9,500

10,000

14,000

Debt Restructuring

229,000

-

395,000

International Financial Institutions

1,174,796

1,437,097

1,554,878

Millenium Challenge Account

-

-

1,300,000

Complex Foreign Emergencies

-

-

100,000

Global AIDS Initiative

-

-

450,000

Famine Fund

-

-

200,000

SUB-TOTAL

2,316,192

2,208,763

4,231,327

TOTAL

$ 17,966,392

$ 16,462,413

$ 18,817,324

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