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Cablegate: Inl Flash Report January 2010 - Nas Brazil

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SUBJECT: INL FLASH REPORT JANUARY 2010 - NAS BRAZIL

ALLOTMENTS AND OBLIGATIONS FOR:

FY 2010 Appropriation 1911 01 1022.2 INL FUNDS AS OF THE END OF
january 2010 PROVIDED:

Project Project Cumulative Cumulative

Number Title Allotment Obligation

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in811101 PD&S 268,525.00 181,331.00

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