The annual SFOAA for FY2009 normal funding from PL 111 8 plus bridge funding

The annual sfoaa for fy2009 normal funding from pl

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The annual S/FOAA for FY2009, “normal funding” from P.L. 111-8 plus “bridge funding” from P.L.110-252, initially provides for a total of $4,143 million for ESF, $91 million for IMET, $345 million for PKO, and $4,938 million for FMFP. The May 2009 CBJ for FY2010 foreign operations includes a request of $6,504 million for ESF, $110 million for IMET, $294 million for PKO, and $5,274 million for FMFP. The new Administration has also requested additional security assistance funding for FY2009 to include $2,875 million for ESF, $2 million for IMET, $50 million for PKO, and $98 million for FMFP. Acknowledgements The efforts and valued support of others very much aided in the preparation of this article and they must be recognized. The review of the manuscript by Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) – Neil Hedlund within the Directorate for Legislative and Public Affairs 35
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(DSCA/LPA) and William Cavanaugh, deputy general counsel with the Directorate for Operation, Case Writing Division (DSCA/OPS/CWD) – was most helpful and very much appreciated. About the Author Ken Martin has been at DISAM for over twenty years as an associate professor for the management of security assistance. In addition to teaching, his duties include being the legislation and policy functional manager and the editor for the annually republished DISAM “green textbook,” The Management of Security Assistance. He is a retired U.S. Navy surface warfare officer. His education includes an undergraduate degree in the field of economics from the Illinois Institute of Technology in Chicago and a masters degree in administration from Central Michigan University. 36
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