2009 Budget and Performance Summary

FOREIGN CLAIMS SETTLEMENT COMMISSION
(Dollars in thousands)

  SALARIES AND EXPENSES
  Pos. FTE Amount
       
2007 Enacted 11 11 1,561
       
2008 Enacted 11 11 1,606
       
2009 Request 11 11 1,823
       
Change 2009 from 2008 Enacted 0 0 217
       
Adjustments to Base      
       
Increases:      
2009 pay raise (2.9%) 0 0 29
2008 pay raise annualization (3.5%) 0 0 86
Retirement 0 0 1
GSA Rent 0 0 1
Base Program Cost Adjustment 0 0 103
Postage 0 0 1
       
Subtotal Increases 0 0 221
       
Decreases:      
Changes in Compensable Days 0 0 -4
       
Subtotal Decreases 0 0 -4
       
Total Adjustments to Base 0 0 217
       
Total Adjustments to Base and Technical Adjustments 0 0 217
       
2009 Current Services 11 11 1,823
       
2009 Request 11 11 1,823
Change 2009 from 2008 Enacted 0 0 217

 

FOREIGN CLAIMS SETTLEMENT COMMISSION
SALARIES AND EXPENSES

(Dollars in thousands)

  2008 Enacted 2009 Current Services 2009 Request Total Program Changes
Comparison by activity and program Perm
Pos.
FTE Amount Perm
Pos.
FTE Amount Perm
Pos.
FTE Amount Perm
Pos.
FTE Amount
 
1. Foreign Claims 11 11 $ 1,606 11 11 $ 1,823 11 11 $ 1,823 0 0 $ 0
 
Total 11 11 1,606 11 11 1,823 11 11 1,823 0 0 0
 
The principal mission of the Foreign Settlement Claims Commission is to adjudicate claims of U.S. nationals against foreign governments, exercising jurisdiction conferred by the International Claims Settlement Act of 1949, as amended, and other authorizing legislation. To date, the Commission has administered and completed 45 international and war-related claims programs including claims against 18 countries: Yugoslavia, Panama, Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania, Italy, the former Soviet Union, the former Czechoslovakia, Poland, Cuba, China, the former German Democratic Republic, Vietnam, Ethiopia, Egypt, Iran, Albania, and the Federal Republic of Germany.