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FY 2005
  

FY 2005 International Affairs Budget

FY 2005 Budget Material:
-- The annual Function 150 (International Affairs Budget Request) Summary and Highlights provides an overview of the total funding requested in four appropriations bills for the programs and activities of the International Affairs budget.
-- The annual Congressional Budget Justification for Foreign Operations details the funding requested as part of the International Affairs budget for various departments' and agencies' Foreign Operations programs and activities.
-- The annual Budget in Brief describes funding requested in one appropriations bill (that covering the Departments of Commerce, Justice, and State, the Judiciary, and Related Agencies) for the worldwide operations of the State Department and selected other international programs and activities.
-- FY 2005 Budget - Performance Summary describes what the Department plans to accomplish to achieve its mission, vision, long-term strategic goals, and performance goals during FY 2005.
-- February 2, 2004 fact sheet.
-- Secretary Powell's testimony: April 8, March 25, March 10, March 3, Feb. 26, Feb. 12, Feb. 11, 2004.
-- Deputy Secretary Armitage's testimony: March 10, 2004.
-- Special briefing on 2005 budget supplemental: February 14, 2005.
-- Secretary Rice's testimony on 2005 budget supplemental: February 17, 2005.

  
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