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AUGUST 05, 2015

THE ARMY MANAGEMENT STRUCTURE

DFAS-IN MANUAL 37-100-16


ARMY MANAGEMENT STRUCTURE CODES

TRANSFER APPROPRIATION

21-11*1081 INTERNATIONAL MILITARY EDUCATION AND TRAINING

(IMET), EXECUTIVE (TRANSFER TO ARMY)




1. APPROPRIATION DESCRIPTION.
Transfer appropriations represent appropriations and funds transferred to the Army from other Government agencies. The Army establishes the amounts transferred in for transfer appropriation accounts with symbols and titles identified with the appropriations from which transferred. It prefixes the appropriation transferred with the Army Department Code 21 to identify the receiving agency. Appropriations of the Executive Office of the President transferred to the Army to support the International Military Education and Training (IMET) Program is a transfer appropriation. The agency originally receiving the funds benefits from transactions in transfer appropriations.
2. FISCAL YEAR RANGE
DFAS MANUAL 37-100-**" has imbedded in it the fiscal year range concept indicated by BGFY and TMFY columns. This chapter supersedes its parallel sister chapter in DFAS fiscal code manuals of previous fiscal years.
There are three primary data elements that together describe the FY data element. They are:
BGFY -- Beginning Fiscal Year ---- The first fiscal year for which a code is valid.

TMFY -- Termination Fiscal Year -- The last fiscal year for which a code is valid (or the fiscal year in which the use of a code

is “terminated" (inactivated)).

POA ---- Period of Availability --The number of fiscal years that a Congressional appropriation is available for "new"

obligation budget execution.
The FY interpretation rules of the information carried by these 3 fiscal year range data elements follow:
Any fiscal year equal to either the BGFY or TMFY value or sequentially anywhere between the BGFY value and the TMFY value is a valid FY for the associated code. A BGFY value can be the same as the corresponding TMFY value. A BGFY value cannot be later than the corresponding TMFY value. A TMFY value of "OPEN" means that the associated code has not been terminated/inactivated and that it is valid for every fiscal year starting with the BGFY year continuous until the current fiscal year and is anticipated to be valid for all future fiscal years until such a time that its data owner determines that its use is to be terminated. When that occurs, the "OPEN" will be changed to its termination fiscal year. The fiscal year of the "long-line" accounting classification using a code must fit within the fiscal year range identified with BGFY and TMFY. For multi-year appropriations, the BGFY and TMFY values define and limit the first half of the FY data element when the FY is displayed in a field greater than 1 position. The POA defines/controls the last half of the FY data element.
See Chapter 22-FY - Fiscal year (FY) for additional information regarding fiscal year.
3. SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
a. Appropriation symbol. See chapter 23-BS for an explanation and illustration of the transfer appropriation. For IMET purposes, the Army receives funds by transfer from the Executive Office of the President (agency code 11).

b. Allotment serial number (ASN). See chapter 27-ASN.

c. Element of resource (EOR) code. See chapter 2b-EOR2.

d. Appropriation reimbursements. See chapter 29--RSC. See also DFAS Manual 37-1.

e. Limitations.

(1) Country code. See chapter 2E-LOC.

(2) Administrative. These are 3-position codes published in this chapter to identify a work project.

f. Period of availability. Under normal circumstances, this appropriation is annual, available for obligation for one year.


4. SPECIAL USAGE INSTRUCTIONS
a. Account for funds obligated and disbursed from IMET each fiscal year by the accounting classifications listed herein.

b. Fiscal accounting and reporting is on a program year basis. At the end of the current program year, the IMET appropriation will

expire. IMET will remain in an expired state for five (5) years. At the end of these five years, unliquidated obligations will be

cancelled.

c. Code reimbursements from funds appropriated under IMET creditable to Army appropriations per DFAS Manual 37-1.

d. Use the 2-digit country codes published in chapter 2E-LOC in the appropriation suffix instead of "**."

e. Use the applicable 2-digit codes for transactions on all IMET direct citation (limitations .0001, .0003, and .0005) budget projects or subprojects. An extract of the applicable IMET order supports DFAS-IN issued DA Form 1323 (Program and Funding Authorization Schedule). That schedule reflects the code to be used for each report control number.

f. Section 506(a) of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961 (as amended) includes a special internal administrative limitation.

g. Classification examples:

(1) Disbursement classification 21-11*1081.0FR1 16A-1000 N1A-26XX S91605 GE

(a) FR designates country receiving benefits.

(b) 1 designates funds involving direct citation.

(c) GE designates country in which cash transaction occurs.

(2) Disbursement made in the United States for the benefit of Belgium: 11-211*1081.0BE3 16A-1000 T2A-26XX S33031.

(3) Disbursement made in France for the benefit of Belgium: 11-211*1081.0BE3 16A-1000 T2A-26XX S33031 FR.

h. Use the following administrative limitations as appropriate.

(1) 21-11*1081.***1. Used to report direct citations for all administrative limitation obligations except those in .***3 below.

(2) 21-11*1081.***3. Used to report direct citations for administrative limitation obligations incurred for projects, by country or area.

(3) 21-11*1081.***4. Obligation contract authority. This applies to obligations for defense articles ordered from Army and Defense service's stocks. Authority to incur obligations under this limitation does not include an authorization to disburse funds. Such funds come from subsequent appropriations for IMET as authorized by Section 506 of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, as amended.

(4) 21-11*1081.***5. This limitation establishes control over funds received to reimburse an Army appropriation, fund, or account for defense articles and services. It is under the drawdown authority of section 506(a) of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961, as amended. It separately accounts for obligations and disbursements for IMET orders received under 506(a) for funds received (on SF 1151s). Insert the appropriate 2-position country code (see chapter 270) in the second and third places of the suffix. Do not use regional codes instead of country codes.


5. PROJECT ACCOUNT NUMBERS. The IMET program uses 4-digit project account numbers.
a. The first digit is a numeric “0” (zero).

b. The second digit is an alphabetic code "N" identifying training.

c. The third digit is a numeric code identifying a budget project, e.g., N1 - Student Training.

d. The fourth digit is an alphabetic code identifying a subproject, e.g., N1A - Flying Training, CONUS. Use a zero for projects not divided into subproject accounts.

e. Use 4-digit project or subproject accounts, as applicable, in the accounting classification on all obligation and disbursement documents. Do not use the initial "P" for project.
6. ACTIVITY STRUCTURE COLUMN HEADINGS AND REPORTING INDICATORS
A. Monthly

AR 37-100-XX CSCFA-218

Code TR Code

1 1A Annual Funding Program.

1 1C Funds Received.

2 1* Obligations, de-obligations, and disbursements reported by EOR.

3 33 Military personnel expenses reported by EOR.

b. Annually

AR 37-100-XX CSCFA-218

Code TR Code


6 ZB Un-obligated Balance

7 ZE Unliquidated Obligations


7. Expenditure Reporting

Expenditure reporting for the (21-11*1081) appropriation is at the 4 position AMS level for both disbursements.





AMS

BGFY

TMFY

ACTIVITY STRUCTURE DEFINITIONS

M

A

0N00

2011

OPEN

Training
PF: Average Number Of Students. The Average Number Of Students Receiving Training, Including Training Through The Services Of Mobile Training Teams And Contractor Technicians (Under MAP) During The Report Period.

--

--

0N10

2011

OPEN

Student Training
Foreign Student Training, Such As Course Costs Of Training Foreign Students At Military Or Civilian Institutions In The US Or At US Facilities Overseas; Observer And On-The-Job Training At Various US Military Activities; Orientation Tours To US Facilities; Underway Training In US Naval Craft; And US-Sponsored Training In Third Countries. Includes Living Allowances, Travel Costs, Medical Care Furnished In US Military Medical Facilities, Burial Expenses, Text Books, And Acclimation Expenses For Foreign Students.

PF: (1) Average Number Of Students. The Average Number Of Students Receiving Formal Training (Under IMET) During The Report Period.



(2) Man-Years Of Mobile Training Teams. The Total Man-Year Of Employment Of Mobile Training Teams During The Report Period.

1

6

0N1A

2011

OPEN

Flying Training, Conus

2,3

7

0N1B

2011

OPEN

Operations Training, Conus

2,3

7

0N1C

2011

OPEN

Communications/Electronics Training, Conus

2,3

7

0N1D

2011

OPEN

Maintenance Training Conus

2,3

7

0N1E

2011

OPEN

Logistics Training, Conus

2,3

7

0N1F

2011

OPEN

Administrative Training, Conus

2,3

7

0N1G

2011

OPEN

Professional/Specialist Training, Conus

2,3

7

0N1H

2011

OPEN

Orientation Training, Conus

2,3

7

0N1J

2011

OPEN

Missile Training, Conus

2,3

7

0N1N

2011

OPEN

Flying Training, Overseas

2,3

7

0N1P

2011

OPEN

Operations Training, Overseas

2,3

7

0N1Q

2011

OPEN

Communications/Electronics Training, Overseas

2,3

7

0N1R

2011

OPEN

Maintenance Training, Overseas

2,3

7

0N1S

2011

OPEN

Logistics Training, Overseas

2,3

7

0N1T

2011

OPEN

Administrative Training, Overseas

2,3

7

0N1U

2011

OPEN

Professional/Specialist Training, Overseas

2,3

7

0N1V

2011

OPEN

Orientation Training, Overseas

2,3

7

0N1W

2011

OPEN

Missile Training, Overseas

2,3

7

0N1Z

2011

OPEN

Special Training Program

2,3

7

0N10

2011

OPEN

Projects Not Divided Into Subproject Accounts.

2,3

7

0N20

2011

OPEN

Mobile Training Teams
Foreign Training Conducted By US Mobile Training Teams. Includes Civilian Salaries And Allowances, Temporary Duty Travel, And Other Support Expenses For Mobile Training Team Personnel. Excludes Costs Of Materiel Teams Which Are Provided Under Budget Project M10. Obligations And Expenditures For Mobile Training Teams Will Be Identified And Reported By The Following Subprojects:

PF: (1) Average Number Of Students.

(2) Man-Years Of Mobile Training Teams. The Total Man-Year Of

Employment Of Mobile Training Teams During The Report Period.



1

6

0N2A

2011

OPEN

Aviation, CONUS

2,3

7

0N2B

2011

OPEN

Combat Operations/Intelligence, Conus

2,3

7

0N2C

2011

OPEN

Communications/Electronics, Conus

2,3

7

0N2D

2011

OPEN

Supply/Maintenance, Conus

2,3

7

0N2E

2011

OPEN

Personnel/Administrative, Conus

2,3

7

0N2F

2011

OPEN

Counterinsurgency, CONUS

2,3

7

0N2G

2011

OPEN

English Language, Conus

2,3

7

0N2H

2011

OPEN

Missiles, CONUS

2,3

7

0N2J

2011

OPEN

Other, CONUS

2,3

7

0N2M

2011

OPEN

Aviation, Overseas

2,3

7

0N2N

2011

OPEN

Combat Operations/Intelligence Overseas

2,3

7

0N2P

2011

OPEN

Communications/Electronics, Overseas

2,3

7

0N2Q

2011

OPEN

Supply/Maintenance, Overseas

2,3

7

0N2R

2011

OPEN

Personnel/Administration, Overseas

2,3

7

0N2S

2011

OPEN

Counterinsurgency, Overseas

2,3

7

0N2T

2011

OPEN

English Language, Overseas

2,3

7

0N2U

2011

OPEN

Missile, Overseas

2,3

7

0N2V

2011

OPEN

Other, Overseas

2,3

7

0N20

2011

OPEN

Projects Not Divided Into Subproject Accounts.

2,3

7

0N30

2011

OPEN

Field Training Services
Foreign Training Conducted By Field Training Services. Includes Civilian Salaries And Allowances, Temporary Duty Travel, And Other Contract Or Support Expenses For Field Training Services Personnel. Excludes Costs Of Materiel Contractor Technicians Which Are Provided Under Budget Project M10. Obligations And Expenditures For Field Training Services Personnel Will Be Identified And Reported By Subprojects.

PF: (1) Average Number Of Students.

(2) Man-Years Of Field Training Services Personnel. The Total Man-

Year Of Employment Of Field Training Services Personnel During

The Report Period.


1

6

0N3A

2011

OPEN

Aircraft Engine/Airframes

2,3

7

0N3B

2011

OPEN

Communications/Electronics

2,3

7

0N3C

2011

OPEN

Radar Systems

2,3

7

0N3D

2011

OPEN

Armament

2,3

7

0N3E

2011

OPEN

Maintenance

2,3

7

0N3F

2011

OPEN

Training Aids/Devices

2,3

7

0N3G

2011

OPEN

English Language

2,3

7

0N3H

2011

OPEN

Missiles

2,3

7

0N3J

2011

OPEN

Other

2,3

7

0N30

2011

OPEN

Projects Not Divided Into Subproject Accounts.

2,3

7

0N50

2011

OPEN

Training Of US MAP Personnel
In-Country Foreign Language Training Provided By A MAAG For Its Assigned

Personnel. Includes Cost Of Training Of US Personnel In Skills Peculiar To A

MAP Assignment And For Necessary Refresher Training To Maintain Those

Skills. Obligations And Expenditures For Training Of US-MAP Personnel Will



Be Identified And Reported By The Following Subprojects:

1

6

0N5A

2011

OPEN

Military Assistance Institute Student Per Diem And Travel

2,3

7

0N5B

2011

OPEN

Training Of U.S. MAP Personnel Phase I And II

2,3

7

0N5C

2011

OPEN

Language Training

2,3

7

0N5E

2011

OPEN

Other Training Costs

2,3

7

0N50

2011

OPEN

Projects Not Divided Into Subproject Accounts.

2,3

7

0N60

2011

OPEN

Extraordinary Expenses
Extraordinary Expenses Incident To Providing Limited Official Representation For Foreign Military Trainees And Other Foreign Military Visitors, As Authorized By Section 636(G)(1) Of The Foreign Assistance Act Of 1961, As Amended. Excludes Trainee Transportation And Acclimation Charges Provided Under Student Training (N10).

1

6

0N6A

2011

OPEN

Extraordinary Expenses

2,3

7

0N60

2011

OPEN

Projects Not Divided Into Subproject Accounts.

2,3

7

0N70

2011

OPEN

Other Training Support
Special Training Exercises, Escort Officers; Supplies And Materials (Other Than Training Aids) Used Exclusively For MAP Training; Rehabilitation Of MAP Training Facilities When Specifically Approved By ODMA Under The Authority Of Section 636(G)(3) Of The Foreign Assistance Act Of 1961, As Amended; And Special International Group Orientation Tours, Such As The NATO Standing Group Tours. Obligations And Expenditures For Other Training Support Will Be Identified And Reported By The Following Subprojects:

1

6

0N7A

2011

OPEN

Training Exercises

2,3

7

0N7B

2011

OPEN

Escort Officers

2,3

7

0N7C

2011

OPEN

Supplies And Materials

2,3

7

0N7D

2011

OPEN

Facilities/Rehabilitation

2,3

7

0N7E

2011

OPEN

Services

2,3

7

0N7F

2011

OPEN

Other

2,3

7

0N7G

2011

OPEN

Shipment Of Instructional Materials

2,3

7

0N7Z

2011

OPEN

Abbr Training Plan Requirements

2,3

7

0N70

2011

OPEN

Projects Not Divided Into Subproject Accounts.

2,3

7

0N90

2011

OPEN

Training Aids And Devices
Training Aids And Devices, Including Armament, Operational, And Communication Training Devices.

1

6

0N9A

2011

OPEN

Training Aids

2,3

7

0N9B

2011

OPEN

Army Books, Publications And Other

2,3

7

0N9X

2011

OPEN

Packing, Crating, Handling And Transportation Of Training Aids And Devices

2,3



7

0N90

2011

OPEN

Projects Not Divided Into Subproject Accounts.

2,3

7


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