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Cablegate: Request Funding Authority for Voluntary Separation Liability

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UNCLAS BOGOTA 003914

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DEPT FOR INL/RM SHAUNDA SHARPE

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: SNAR AFIN
SUBJECT: REQUEST FUNDING AUTHORITY FOR VOLUNTARY SEPARATION LIABILITY
OF NAS EMPLOYEES

1. Post requests funding authority for advance voluntary severance
pay for the following employees.

Name: Munzer, Lilian (FSN/PSA)

--CFSC ID No.: L11001964

--Service computation date: 06/01/2009

--Date of impending separation: 09/30/2009

--Reason for separation payment: ADVANCE

--Monthly salary: USD 2,272.04

--Sev. Advance of pay: USD 825.51

--Exchange rate used is Col. PS. 1,989.50 on 12/01/2009

Name: Bernal, Delma (FSN/DH)

--CFSC ID No.: L11000469

--Service computation date: 11/05/1991

--Date of impending separation: 10/30/2009

--Reason for separation payment: ADVANCE

--Monthly salary: USD 3,693.16

--Sev. Advance of pay: USD 31,682.30

--Exchange rate used is Col. PS. 1,989.50 on 12/01/2009

Name: Mora, John (FSN/PSA)

--CFSC ID No.: L11001902

--Service computation date: 01/01/2009

--Date of impending separation: 10/30/2009

--Reason for separation payment: ADVANCE

--Monthly salary: USD 1,952.23

--Sev. Advance of pay: USD 1,769.29

--Exchange rate used is Col. PS. 1,989.50 on 12/01/2009

2. Your assistance is greatly appreciated. POC is Luz Angela
Arevalo, at (57-1) 383-2221 arevalola@state.gov or Jaime Garcia,
NAS Chief Accountant, at (57-1) 383-2251 garciaja@state.gov
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