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Cablegate: Ata 4830-Funding Requirements

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UNCLAS MANAMA 000885

SIPDIS

DEPT FOR DS/ATA, GARY STONER

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: ASEC BA PTER
SUBJECT: ATA 4830-FUNDING REQUIREMENTS

REF: STATE 80363

1. Post has compiled a list of funding requirements for US
Coast Guard Consultation ATA-4830, scheduled for July 8-22,
2004. The funding requirement includes all material and
support requested from the US Coast Guard and ATA. The
funding request is as follows:

Translation Services (2 interpreters, consecutive
translation) = 4800 BD (Bahrain Dinar)
Translation, copying, binding of Coast Guard Coursebook =
800 BD
Transportation for Coast Guard Team = 40 BD
2 Cell Phones (1 for CG Team, 1 for ATA) = 100 BD
Supplies for classroom = 100 BD

Total in Bahraini Dinars = 5840 BD

Total in US Dollars ($1 US Dollar = .377 BD / 1 BD = $2.65) =
$15,491.00

2. Post advises ATA that lodging for Post is $175.00/day and
M&IE is $96.00/day.
WILLIAMSON

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