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United States Army Annual Financial Statement - Office of the Under

Fiscal Year 2004 United States Army Annual Financial Statement Our Army at War — Relevant and Ready, Today and Tomorrow http://www.army.mil

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  • Page 4 and 5: R.L. BROWNLEE Ultimately, successfu
  • Page 6 and 7: VALERIE L. BALDWIN [Photo] It is im
  • Page 8 and 9: ERNEST J. GREGORY I am confi dent t
  • Page 10 and 11: JOHN PAUL WOODLEY, JR. Our nation
  • Page 12 and 13: FY 2004 in Review In Fiscal Year (F
  • Page 14 and 15: security and rebuilding the infrast
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  • Page 18 and 19: General Fund - Management’s Discu
  • Page 20 and 21: Organization Figure 1. Organization
  • Page 22 and 23: Vice Chief of Staff General John M.
  • Page 24 and 25: Active Component /Reserve Component
  • Page 26 and 27: Balancing Risk and the Quadrennial
  • Page 28 and 29: Improving Today’s Army Our fi rst
  • Page 30 and 31: The Army plan is to rebalance the m
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  • Page 36 and 37: Analysis of Financial Statements Th
  • Page 38 and 39: Management Integrity The Army’s a
  • Page 40 and 41: Army Purchase Card Program GAO iden
  • Page 42 and 43: Future Effects of Existing Conditio
  • Page 44 and 45: standards are being tailored to ref
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  • Page 48 and 49: Limitations Limitations of the Fina
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    Department of Defense- Department o

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    Note 1. Signifi cant Accounting Pol

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    1.E. Revenues and Other Financing S

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    maintained in the Treasury’s syst

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    property accountability and reporti

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    losses will be recorded for the val

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    Fluctuations and/or Abnormalities:

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    Vested Iraqi Cash Since inception o

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    Fluctuations and/or Abnormalities T

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    Note 6. Other Assets As of Septembe

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    Note 8. A. Direct Loan and/or Loan

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    Note 8.J. Subsidy Expense for Post-

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    Note 8.M. Administrative Expense As

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    Note 9.B. Operating Materials and S

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    or 10 percent. This increase is fro

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    Note 11. Liabilities Not Covered by

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    (continued) Activities/Trading Part

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    Amendments and Reauthorization Act

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    Active Installations - Environmenta

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    Note 15.A. Other Liabilities As of

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    Chemical Demilitarization (Non-Stoc

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    Federal Employees Compensation Act

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    Note 19.D. Imputed Expenses As of S

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    Other Disclosures: Cumulative Resul

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    The decrease of $2,790,356 thousand

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    and $10,149,469 thousand reported i

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    Note 23. Disclosures Related to the

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    Department of Defense- Department o

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    Department of Defense- Department o

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    Department of Defense- Department o

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    Department of Defense- Department o

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    Required Supplementary Stewardship

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    Nonfederal Physical Property Yearly

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    art research programs at academic i

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    developmental test capability at: A

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    Department of Defense- Department o

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    Department of Defense- Department o

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    Required Supplemental Information -

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    Required Supplemental Information -

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    INSPECTOR GENERAL DEPARTMENT OF DEF

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    of noncompliance continue to exist.

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    Intragovernmental Transactions and

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    Statement of Financing. The Offi ce

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    Working Capital Fund—Management

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    Governmental and private sector ten

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    (Program Analysis and Evaluation),

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    appropriation in support of the GWO

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    above the UCG of $0.95. Gross mater

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    Depot Maintenance Program Scope Cus

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    productivity. Table 27 represents t

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    helicopters, (a 31 percent reductio

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    of the year of execution. The rates

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    working conditions that in turn red

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    Analysis of Financial Statements Th

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    Future Effects of Existing Conditio

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    acquisition, and product data will

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    Limitations Limitations of the Fina

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    Department of Defense- Army Working

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    Department of Defense- Army Working

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    Note 1. Signifi cant Accounting Pol

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    provided by host nations would affe

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    1.L. Loans Receivable Not applicabl

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    ut there is at least a reasonable p

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    Note Reference For additional line

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    For FY 2004, the AWCF reported unsu

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    Note 8.H. Guaranteed Loans Outstand

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    Other Disclosures The AWCF began tr

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    Note 11. Liabilities Not Covered by

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    Fluctuation and/or Abnormalities Th

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    4. Other Information Pertaining to

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    Note 17. Military Retirement Benefi

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    Operations Enduring Freedom, Iraqi

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    Note 19.I. Intra-governmental Reven

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    Note 21. Disclosures Related to the

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    Net Outlays increased by $419,274 t

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    depreciation expense which was prev

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    Department of Defense- Army Working

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    Department of Defense- Army Working

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    Department of Defense- Army Working

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    Department of Defense- Army Working

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    Department of Defense- Army Working

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    Department of Defense- Army Working

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    Required Supplemental Information -

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    Required Supplemental Information -

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    INSPECTOR GENERAL DEPARTMENT OF DEF

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    Management Responsibility Managemen

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    Accounting Adjustments. DFAS Indian

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    Civil Works Fund - Management’s D

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    Responding to and Assisting in Disa

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    As an example, in May 2004, Civil W

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    Regulatory Program regulates the di

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    a signifi cant economic contributio

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    Strategic Goals Strategic Goal 1: P

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    upon experience gained with baselin

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    deliver the requisite performance a

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    Recreation Most Federal lakes were

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    Analysis of Financial Statements Th

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    work, IG DoD identifi ed seven majo

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    Advancing the President’s Managem

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    minimum number of Federal positions

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    Civil Works Fund Introduction Page

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    Limitations Limitations of the Fina

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    Department of Defense- Department o

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    Department of Defense- Department o

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    Note 1. Signifi cant Accounting Pol

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    Obsolete Accounts 96X3930 96X8868 9

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    To prepare reliable fi nancial stat

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    that indicates that the value of Ge

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    Other Information Related to Proble

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    4. Other Information Related to Fun

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    These types of investments are reco

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    Note 6. Other Assets Not applicable

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    Note 9. Inventory and Related Prope

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    Note 9.B. Operating Materials and S

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    $7,560,155 thousand of the book val

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    Other Corps Information Intra-gover

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    5. Other Information: During fi sca

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    work-related occupational disease,

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    Fluctuations Unexpended Appropriati

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    Note 19.E. Benefi t Program Expense

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    $211 thousand was transferred to th

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    Note 21. Disclosures Related to the

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    Donations and forfeitures of proper

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    Department of Defense- Department o

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    Department of Defense- Department o

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    Department of Defense- Department o

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    Required Supplementary Stewardship

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    Nonfederal Physical Property Yearly

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    Department of Defense- Department o

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    Required Supplemental Information -

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    Required Supplemental Information -

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    INSPECTOR GENERAL DEPARTMENT OF DEF

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    Management Responsibility Managemen

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