24th FIG General Assembly, Seoul 2001
Appendices



Appendix to item 18.1

FIG UP-DATED BUDGET  2001

  Budget 2001
CHF
BUDGET 2001
CHF
RESULT 2000
CHF
1)
BUDGET 2000
CHF
RESULT 1999
CHF

 

General Assembly 2001

General Assembly 2000

Result 2000

General Assembly 2000

 

INCOME

 

Subscriptions

Member associations2)

331,500

346,432

290,743

332,147

306,675

Affiliates 3)

3,000

1,200

1,136

1,200

1,600

Sponsor members 4)

58,500

45,000

38,640

39,000

38,250

Academic members 5)

10,000

8,200

3,978

6,000

1,500

Total

403,000

400,832

334,497

378,347

348,025

Other income:

Sale of publications

-

1,000

113

500

742

Interest income

3,500

-

2,678

-

42

Contribution 6)

-

-

8,000

51,526

Various 7)

19,500

-

13,887

-

1,972

Total Income

426,000

401,832

351,175

386,847

402,307

EXPENDITURE

Administration, FIG Office and Bureau

65,000

65,000

78,387

62,000

67,899

Bureau Meetings

25,000

55,000

22,115

50,350

50,199

FIG Meetings 8)

63,000

66,500

32,593

60,100

59,976

Member support 9)

90,000

60,000

45,615

50,500

49,798

Commission activity 10)

69,000

60,000

57,428

40,500

43,840

Promotion 11)

57,000

50,000

49,237

45,600

49,234

Establishment of Permanent Office

-

-

21,827

Various

 

 

-

8,000

 

Total expenditure

369,000

356,500

285,375

317,050

342,773

Result for the year

57,000

45,332

65,800

69,797

59,534

Accumulated profit (Education Foundation) 12)

 

46,474

Total result 13)

57,000

45,332

112,274

69,797

59,534

Notes:

  1. The main reason for the differences in income (and expenditure in the budget 2000 and final accounts are the used exchange rates. The membership figures have also been corrected in some cases. The expenditure structure used in dividing expenditure to different categories is also a bit different than it was in the budget 2000.
  2. Income from member associations is based on the current and known membership applications.
  3. Affiliates include also candidates that are on their route to membership.
  4. Sponsor membersí membership fees are based in the Bureau decision for 2001, in addition new members are included accordingly to discussions with potential sponsors.
  5. 40 academic members are assumed to be members in 2001.
  6. Contribution in 2000 was the Australian contribution to the FIG Foundation. After the Foundation was moved under FIG administration this is included in the accounts in a different way.
  7. Various includes income from advertisements to the Bulletin and compensation from FIG 2002 to FIG office for the work FIG is providing. In addition FIG costs invoiced from external partners.
  8. FIG meetings include costs of the General Assembly and administrative costs directly linked to the working week and administrative meetings. In 2000 FIG was not paying for all Bureau members to participate the working week in Prague, in Korea the situation is some how different and with higher travel etc. costs the total amount will be higher than 2000.
  9. Expenditure for member support includes now all costs for the Bulletin (in 2000 only one issue) and visits to member associations and project costs related directly to members.
  10. Commission grants, ACCO meetings and support to commission projects.
  11. Promotion includes costs occurred in promoting FIG at the UN and international meetings and promotion to get new members. This includes in 2001 Istanbul+5, UNRCC, ECA/CODI and UNCHS/FIG in Nairobi
  12. Education Foundation is not included in the FIG budget this year.
  13. The aim of the Bureau is to collect a reserve that covers expenditure for one year in the FIG budget and to prepare for the situation with the permanent office after the first five years.

FIG Office 

5 March 2001



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