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Analysis - Proposed Program-Budget for 2014 Non-personnel costs:
Budgetary allocation 2013-2014 percentage change by subprogram
Offset transfers, statutory increases, and smaller reductions Offset Transfers: Reduction 40.3 Reduction 609.7 Increase 143.1 20132014$% IADB1,156.0965.7(190.3)-16.5% IADB-Casa del Soldado0.0150.0 100.0% Building maintenance5,363.31,047.0(4,316.3)-80.5% Building maintenance.- Services0.01,217.6 100.0% Building maintenance.- Cleaning0.01,591.0 100.0% Building maintenance.- Security0.0898.0 100.0% Conferences and Meetings1,359.5564.6(794.9)-58.5% REMJA meetings0.020.0 100.0% Multidim. Sec. meetings. 0.060.0 100.0% CITEL meetings0.030.0 100.0% CIDI meetings0.0120.0 100.0% Permanent Council0.0175.0 100.0% Preparatory Committee0.075.0 100.0% General Committee0.075.0 100.0% CAJP0.0150.0 100.0% CSH0.0150.0 100.0% CAAP0.0120.0 100.0% Special Assembly sessions0.050.0 100.0% CISC0.075.0 100.0% Unprogrammed meetings162.00.0(162.0)-100.0% PROGRAM NON-PERSONNEL DIFFERENCE
Offset transfers, statutory increases, items with no transfers, and smaller reductions b) Statutory Increases: Smaller increases and items with no transfers 20132014$% Pension and health insurance3,573.03,706.6133.63.7% DIFFERENCE PROGRAM NON-PERSONNEL 20132014$% Columbus Memorial Library82.082.60.60.7% OSG Administrative Section0.0 0.0% ASG Administrative Section0.0 0.0% SLA Administrative Section0.0 0.0% SSM Administrative Section0.0 0.0% TRUST Americas0.0 0.0% Staff adjustment0.0 0.0% SPA Administrative Section0.0 0.0% Staff adjustment0.0 0.0% SEDI administrative Section0.0 0.0% Staff adjustment0.0 0.0% SER Administrative Section0.0 0.0% Staff adjustment0.0 0.0% Staff adjustment0.0 0.0% Staff Association contribution5.1 0.00.0% Contribution AROAS5.1 0.00.0% TRIBAD0.0 0.0% IPSAS0.0 0.0% NON-PERSONNEL PROGRAM DIFFERENCE
Offset transfers, statutory increases, items with no transfers, and smaller reductions Small reductions:
Budgetary allocations requiring analysis
20132014$% Board of External Auditors95.0340.6245.6258.5% Juridical Affairs21.445.924.5114.5% Telecommunications Infrastructure0.0200.0 100.0% YABT0.020.0 100.0% IPSAS infrastructure and support0.050.0 100.0% Repayment of FCF loan0.0740.0 100.0% Inspector General240.1390.0149.962.4% Multidimensional Security47.466.318.939.9% Servicios redes e infraestructura737.01,001.5264.535.9% Int-Am. Juridical Committee265.02220.127.116.11% CICAD405.1383.6(21.5)-5.3% Integral Development327.6309.9(17.7)-5.4% IACHR1,008.0939.7(68.3)-6.8% Office ASG164.1148.9(15.2)-9.3% OASES System453.6411.5(42.1)-9.3% PADF132.0100.0(32.0)-24.2% Dept. of Econ & Social Development513.5359.8(153.7)-29.9% Administration and Finance15.910.0(5.9)-37.1% Terminations and repatriations1,626.4350.0(1,276.4)-78.5% Travel expenses adjustment(250.0)0.0250.0-100.0% Reserve Fund Contribution500.00.0(500.0)-100.0% BUDGETARY TRANSFERS FOR ANALYSIS PROGRAM NON-PERSONNEL DIFFERENCE
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