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net basis. In addition to their structural allocations, departments will receive again funding, financed from the projected $29 million carry forward of unspent FY 16 appropriations, to meet transitional needs of about $14 million—$4 million more than in FY 16. Specifics on the demands and savings within and across departments are presented in Box 2 . Box 2. Reallocations Within and Across Departments Area Departments : Resources allocated to area departments are reassessed annually, based on a model that links the country-specific staffing and travel

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expenditures of $1,417 million, which included $196 million in external reimbursements for capacity development activities and up to $46 million in carry-forward of unspent FY2018 resources for possible spending in FY2019. The approved capital budget was $71 million for building facilities and information technology capital projects. The capital budget excluded the renovation of the HQ1 building, which is covered by an earlier, separate appropriation. The budget for FY2019 supported intensified work in priority areas for IMF members and modernization of the organization

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The net administrative budget for FY2017 has been set at US$1,072.5 million. After four years of zero real growth, the FY 2017 budget includes an increase of ½ percent in constant dollar terms to cover the institution’s rising IT and physical security costs, as well as a small adjustment for increases in the salary structure and in the costs of non-personnel expenses. The budget envelope also entails reallocation measures of 1.5 percent of resources and institution-wide savings to meet new high priority tasks and commitments to the membership. The FY2017 capital budget, set at US$60.5 million, provides financing for new capital projects for building facilities and IT.
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) Reducing work pressures. New demands amount to $34 million in FY 13 dollars and would be accommodated through: (i) Streamlining and reallocation measures ($12 million); (ii) Central carry-forward of unspent FY 13 resources ($5 million); (iii) Savings from rebasing a number of central costs ($12 million); and (iv) Reduction of the central contingency to a more normal level of 1 percent of the budget ($5 million). Despite the flat real budget envelope, the proposed budget would provide for a significant increase in personnel resources. Some 40 staff positions

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The proposed FY 14–16 Medium-Term Budget was formulated within the Fund’s strengthened strategic planning framework and seeks to align the allocation of resources to the delivery of institutional priorities. Despite the additional resources that have been provided to meet crisis demands, crisis related work and overall work pressures remain elevated. At the same time, available resources are not being fully utilized. Therefore, the budget strategy—instead of asking for further additional resources—is geared toward making more efficient use of existing resources to reduce work pressures and meet new demands.
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a limit on gross expenditures of $1,227 million, including up to $42 million in carry-forward of unspent FY2013 resources for possible spending in FY2014 ( Table 5.1 ). 79 It also approved capital expenditures of $41 million for building facilities and information technology capital projects. Table 5.1 Budget by major expenditure category, FY2013–17 (Millions of U.S. dollars) FY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 Budget Outturn Budget Outturn Budget Budget Budget ADMINISTRATIVE EXPENDITURES Personnel

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distinct, roles of the external audit, internal audit, and External Audit Committee. The IMF’s staff of 2,611 come from 147 countries. Budget and Income Medium-term budget In April 2014, in the context of the FY2015 -17 medium-term budget, the Executive Board authorized a total net administrative budget appropriation for FY2015 of $1,027 million. The Board also approved a limit on gross expenditures of $1,265 million, including up to $42 million in carry-forward of unspent FY2014 resources for possible spending in FY2015 ( Table 3.1 ). It also approved

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,123 million (see Table 5.1 ). 67 In addition, the Board approved up to US$34 million in carry-forward of unspent FY2011 resources. It also approved capital expenditures of US$162 million, the bulk of which were for renovations of the Concordia building and to start detailed planning for the renovation of the aging main headquarters building (see Box 5.1 ). Table 5.1 Budget by major expenditure category, FY2011–15 (Millions of U.S. dollars) FY2011 FY2012 FY2013 FY2014 FY2015 Budget Outturn Budget Outturn Budget Budget Budget

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,051.5 million. The Board also approved a limit on gross expenditures of $1,289.8 million, including up to $42.5 million in carryforward of unspent FY2015 resources for possible spending in FY2016. It also approved a capital budget of $42.1 million for building facilities and information technology capital projects ( Table 3.1 ) . Table 3.1 Budget by major expenditure category, FY2015–19 (Millions of U.S. dollars) FY2015 FY2016 FY2017 FY2018 FY2019 Budget Outturn Budget Outturn Budget Budget Budget ADMINISTRATIVE