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Cablegate: Fy-2010 Nas Ecuador Pd&S Request

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DE RUEHQT #0148/01 0391518
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R 081516Z FEB 10
FM AMEMBASSY QUITO
TO RUEHC/SECSTATE WASHDC 0933
INFO RUEHQT/AMEMBASSY QUITO

UNCLAS QUITO 000148

SIPDIS
DEPT FOR INL/RM GELMA BRUCE

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: SNAR AFIN AMGT
SUBJECT: FY-2010 NAS ECUADOR PD&S REQUEST

REF: STATE 7755

1. Following is NAS Ecuador's FY-2010 PD&S budget submission as
requested by reftel:

NON

OBJECT FY 2009 RECURRING PROPOSED FY 2010

CLASS OBLIGATIONS ITEMS INCREASES PLAN

1112 167,000 0 4,810 171,810

1113 48,700 0 2,180 50,880

1122 20,000 0 0 20,000

1133 22,200 0 1,397 23,597

1142 53,500 0 5,820 59,320

1148 100 0 300 400

1169 18,000 0 929 18,929

1181 600 0 0 600

1186 0 0 0

1187 1,400 0 600 2,000

1199 8,000 0 993 8,993

1201 8,000 0 588 8,588

1206 3,400 0 100 3,500

1211 48,500 0 990 49,490

1212 200 0 300 500

1219 14,000 0 495 14,495

1221 282 0 336 618

1222 10,000 0 962 10,962

1224 8,100 0 348 8,448

1228 13,000 0 726 13,726

1229 3,000 0 772 3,772

1230 5,000 0 595 5,595

1231 2,000 0 706 2,706

1232 15,000 0 0 15,000

1233 700 0 19 719

1234 2,400 0 225 2,625

1246 28,000 0 1,459 29,459

1305 0 0 434 434

2111 0 0 0

2153 2,300 0 1,530 3,830

2156 6,000 0 1,204 7,204
2161 0 0 6,000 6,000

2163 1,600 0 400 2,000

2165 0 0 2,000 2,000

2222 0 0 300 300

2215 0 0 0 0

2231 2,300 0 700 3,000

2236 0 0 0 0

2271 0 0 0 0

2288 0 0 0 0

2299 5,600 (3,600) 0 2,000

2322 6,000 0 1,473 7,473

2325 0 0 208 208

2341 0 0 0 0

2344 200 0 0 200

2361 0 0 0 0

2363 0 0 0 0

2377 0 0 0 0

2521 500 0 4,600 5,100

2552 100 0 0 100

2554 0 0 0 0

2558 0 0 1,000 1,000

2585 4,000 0 0 4,000

2586 1,000 0 1,310 2,310

2589 7,400 0 2,634 10,034

2611 2,000 0 0 2,000

2612 0 0 1,650 1,650

2621 0 0 716 716

2622 1,600 0 5,000 6,600

2654 0 0 0 0

2659 0 0 0 0

2699 12,600 (9,415) 2,000 5,185

3116 85,000 (85,000) 0 0

3123 1,000 0 0 1,000

3141 14,400 (13,400) 1,800 2,800

3151 6,500 (5,000) 500 2,000

3289 0 0 0 0

4121 0 0 0 0

4161 4,000 0 1,217 5,217

PD&S

TOTAL 665,182 (116,415) 62,326 611,093


PD&S

ICASS 475,818 0 63,089 538,907

TOTAL 1,141,000 0 9,000 1,150,000

2. Explanation for non-recurring items and mandatory increases:

After the move to the new Embassy compound, NAS needed to replace

some computer and office equipment.

NAS also replaced two NAS PD&S vehicles which had been purchased in
2002.

Non-recurring items: (116,415)

2299 Miscellaneous Freight (3,600)

2699 Miscellaneous Supplies (9,415)

3116 Carryalls (85,000)

3141 Miscellaneous Equipment (13,400)

3151 Computers Equipment (5,000)

Proposed Increases: 62,326

1112 Salary of Director and Deputy 4,810

1113 Within grade step increase, interim 2,180

retirement plan

1133 Post Differential 1,397

1142 Salaries PAC/PSC 5,820

1148 Overtime 300

1169 Anticipated incentives 929

1187 Cash awards 600

1199 Anticipated incentives 993

1201 Post allowance 588

1206 Initial enrollment fee + tuition 100

1211 Director plus D/Director 990

1212 D/Director departure and replacement 300

1219 Prescribed by LES pay plan 495

1221 Indexed to 1112 336

1222 FEHBA 962

1224 Foreign Service retirement plan 348

1228 Estimated benefit allowance increase 726

1229 Indexed to 1112 772

1230 Indexed to 1112 595

1231 see 1112 706

1233 see 1112 19

1234 see 1112 225

1246 Estimated benefit allowance increase 1,459

1305 Severance Pay - PSC FSN Employees 434

2153 Travel regional conference 1,530

2156 Increases in travel agency fees 1,204

2161 Rest and Recuperation Travel 6,000

2163 Other travel 400

2165 Emergency Visitation Travel 2,000

2222 Unaccompanied Pouches 300

2231 HHE Packing and Crating 700

2322 Telephone Tolls Estimated 10% increase 1,473

2325 U.S. Postal Services Estimated 10% increase 208

2521 Motor vehicle repairs and maintenance 4,600

2558 Director 1,000

2586 Repair + Maint. Equipment 1,310

2589 Increase funds for training of PD&S staff 2,634

2612 Parts and supplies 1,650

2621 Reference Materials 716

2622 Office supplies 5,000

2699 Supplies 2,000

3141 Equipment 1,800

3151 Other Equipment 500

4161 Value Added Taxes 1,217

3. NAS Ecuador reminds INL that the late 2008 relocation to a New
Embassy Compound resulted in ICASS cost increases. The 2010 ICASS
cost estimate is $538,907.

4. Spreadsheet will be sent to INL/RM by email.
HODGES

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