H
U.S. Congressional Appropriations and Funding Projections for MPC&A Cooperative Program with the Russian Federation1

TABLE H.1 Congressional Funds Expended for DOE MPC&A Program, FY 1999 – FY 2003a

Year

Total MPC&A Expenditures (in millions of USD)

Total Naval Expenditures

MPC&A Total Expenditures Minus Naval Component

FY 1999

$132,813

$2,343

$130,470

FY 2000

$141,268

$28,763

$112,505

FY 2001

$111,407

$18,195

$93,212

FY 2002

$164,888

$40,507

$124,381

FY 2003

$172,288

$33,704

$138,584

aData provided to the committee by DOE, July 2004; substantial funds were also appropriated from 1994 through 1998.

Notes:

a. FY 2002 does not include amounts spent in the following programs, since they do not secure weapon-usable material:

Second Line of Defense: $ 12,041,000

Nuclear Assessment: $ 5,121,000

Total: $ 17,162,000

b. FY 2003 does not include amounts spent in the following programs since they do not secure weapon-usable material:

Radiological Dispersal Devices: $ 8,377,000

Second Line of Defense: $ 34,668,000

MegaPorts: $ 1,125,000

Nuclear Assessment: $ 4,297,000

Total: $ 48,467,000

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The data in this Appendix have been presented as they were provided to the committee. The committee was not able to independently confirm the accuracy of the data, and therefore does not endorse it. However, the committee has provided it here as background information.



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Strengthening Long-Term Nuclear Security: Protecting Weapon-Usable Material in Russia H U.S. Congressional Appropriations and Funding Projections for MPC&A Cooperative Program with the Russian Federation1 TABLE H.1 Congressional Funds Expended for DOE MPC&A Program, FY 1999 – FY 2003a Year Total MPC&A Expenditures (in millions of USD) Total Naval Expenditures MPC&A Total Expenditures Minus Naval Component FY 1999 $132,813 $2,343 $130,470 FY 2000 $141,268 $28,763 $112,505 FY 2001 $111,407 $18,195 $93,212 FY 2002 $164,888 $40,507 $124,381 FY 2003 $172,288 $33,704 $138,584 aData provided to the committee by DOE, July 2004; substantial funds were also appropriated from 1994 through 1998. Notes: a. FY 2002 does not include amounts spent in the following programs, since they do not secure weapon-usable material: Second Line of Defense: $ 12,041,000 Nuclear Assessment: $ 5,121,000 Total: $ 17,162,000 b. FY 2003 does not include amounts spent in the following programs since they do not secure weapon-usable material: Radiological Dispersal Devices: $ 8,377,000 Second Line of Defense: $ 34,668,000 MegaPorts: $ 1,125,000 Nuclear Assessment: $ 4,297,000 Total: $ 48,467,000 1   The data in this Appendix have been presented as they were provided to the committee. The committee was not able to independently confirm the accuracy of the data, and therefore does not endorse it. However, the committee has provided it here as background information.

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Strengthening Long-Term Nuclear Security: Protecting Weapon-Usable Material in Russia TABLE H.2 Proportion of DOE Funds Expended in United States and the Former Soviet Union (FSU), FY 1999 – FY 2003a Year U.S./Other Country Costs FSU Costs* FY 1999 51% 49% FY 2000 41% 59% FY 2001 51% 49% FY 2002 46% 54% FY 2003 46% 55% aData provided to the committee by DOE, July 2004. * This figure includes equipment delivered to the FSU, whether purchased in the U.S. or Russia. Note: This table does include the Second Line of Defense and Navy Programs. TABLE H.3 Total Cost of MPC&A Equipment Purchased in Russia, FY 1999 – FY 2003a Year Cost of Russian Equipment* FY 1999 $20,133 FY 2000 $74,708 FY 2001 $48,660 FY 2002 $81,813 FY 2003 $96,969 aData provided to the committee by DOE, July 2004. * Figures provided in millions of U.S. dollars. Note: This table does include the Second Line of Defense and Navy Programs.

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Strengthening Long-Term Nuclear Security: Protecting Weapon-Usable Material in Russia TABLE H.4 Congressional Funding for DOE MPC&A Program, FY 2005 and Projected Requests for FY 2006–2009a FY 2005 Request* FY2006* FY2007* FY2008* FY2009* 114 million 126 million 124 million 122 million 89 million aData provided to the committee by DOE, January 2005. * These figures do not include Second Line of Defense, Radiological Threat Reduction or Navy/Strategic Rocket Forces Programs.

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