Note 8. Cash and Other Monetary Assets

FY 2003 Performance and Accountability Report
Bureau of Resource Management
December 2003
Report

The Cash and Other Monetary Assets at September 30, 2003 and 2002, are summarized below (Dollars in Thousands). There are no restrictions on entity cash. Non-Entity cash is restricted as discussed below.

 

Other Monetary Assets
at September 30, 2003 and 2002
(Dollars in Thousands)
  2003 2002
Entity Assets Non-Entity
Assets
Total Entity Assets Non-Entity
Assets
Total
Bosnia Federation Defense Fund $    — $    39  $    39  $    — $   309  $   309 
Chancery Development            

Trust Account:

           

Cash

     —       2        2       —       2        2 

Treasury Bills, at par

     —  11,169   11,169       —  11,169   11,169 

Unamortized Discount

     —     (88)     (88)      —     (88)     (88)
Cash-Imprest and Other Funds  4,964
single underline
      — 
single underline
  4,964 
single underline
 1,400
single underline
      — 
single underline
  1,400 
single underline
Total $4,964
double underline
$11,122 
double underline
$16,086 
double underline
$1,400
double underline
$11,392 
double underline
$12,792 
double underline

 

The Bosnia Federation Defense Fund is a depository account, which contains funds that have been donated by various foreign governments to assist the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina in establishing a military balance that will promote lasting peace in the region. A corresponding liability for these amounts is reflected as Funds Held in Trust.

Lease fees collected from foreign governments by the Department for the International Chancery Center are deposited into an escrow account called the Chancery Development Trust Account. The funds are unavailable to the Department at time of deposit, and do not constitute expendable resources until funds are necessary for additional work on the Center project. The Chancery Development Trust account invests in one-year marketable Treasury bills issued at discount and redeemable for par at maturity. A corresponding liability for these amounts is reflected as Funds Held in Trust.