State, Foreign Operations, and Related Programs

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FY 2019 House State-Foreign Operations Appropriations Action:
Subcomm:  6/13/18 – approved by voice vote | Bill | R-Sum | D-Stmt
Full Comm:  6/20/18 – approved 30-21HR.6385 | Rpt-829 Rpt | R-Sum | D-Stmt 

FY 2019 Senate State-Foreign Operations Appropriations Action:
Subcomm:  6/19/18 – approved | R-Sum | D-Sum
Full Comm:  6/21/18 – approved 31-0 S. 3108Rpt-282  | R-Sum  D-Sum |

FY 2019 Conference Action on State-Foreign Operations Appropriations:
Consolidated Appropriations, 2019:  Following a lengthy impasse over border wall funding and a 35-day partial government shutdown, on February 14, 2019 the Senate adopted 83-16, and the House adopted 300-128, the conf. report on H.J.Res. 31, providing appropriations for FY 2019 for departments and agencies funded by the 7 remaining appropriations bills – Ag, CJS, FSGG, HSec, Interior, SFOps, and THUD.
Conf. Report:  Text of Conf. Rpt Jt Explanatory Stmt
President:  Signed Feb. 15

The State-Foreign Ops bill funds the following agencies:
Agency for International Development
Department of State
-Contributions to International Organizations
-Assessed Contributions, United Nations
-Contributions for International Peacekeeping Activities
-Democracy Fund
-Diplomatic and Consular Programs
-Economic Support Fund
-Embassy Security, Construction, and Maintenance
-Foreign Military Financing Program
-U.S. Emergency Refugee and Migration Assistance Fund
Department of the Treasury
-International Affairs Technical Assistance
-International Financial Institutions
Export-Import Bank
Millennium Challenge Corporation
Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC)
Peace Corps
U.S. Trade and Development Agency (USTDA)
International Financial Institutions:
-African Development Bank
-Asian Development Bank
-European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
-Inter-American Development Bank
-Inter-American Investment Corporation
-International Bank for Reconstruction and Development
-International Development Association
-International Finance Corporation
-International Fund for Agricultural Development
-International Monetary Fund
-Multilateral Investment Fund
-Strategic Climate Fund
Other Programs and Agencies:
-African Development Foundation
-American Inst in Taiwan
-Broadcasting Board of Governors
-Center for Middle Eastern-Western Dialogue Trust Fund
-Commission for the Preservation of America’s Heritage Abroad
-Commission on International Religious Freedom
-Commission on Security and Cooperation in Europe
-Congressional-Executive Commission on the People’s Republic of China
-East-West Center
-Eisenhower Exchange Fellowship Program
-Inter-American Foundation
-Israeli Arab Scholarship Program
-National Endowment for Democracy
-President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief [PEPFAR]
-The Asia Foundation
-United States-China Economic and Security Review Commission
-United States Institute of Peace
In most respects House and Senate appropriations subcommittee jurisdictions are parallel

Historical Database – State-Foreign Ops: 

Open a document below, press the Ctrl + F buttons, and enter relevant terms to locate the
bill or report provisions you need; or contact us and we’ll be happy to do the research for you.

Omnibus:  all (or most) regular appropriations bills packaged together.
Minibus:  several regular appropriations bills packaged together.
CR:  continues agency funding at a particular level–often the previous year–without detailed appropriations.
Cromnibus:  a CR for some agencies and detailed appropriations for others.
Note on Joint Statements:  In many cases, (House-Senate) joint explanatory statements on omnibus appropriations bills are printed only in the Congressional Record–which is impossible to read on mobile devices.  In those cases, we have uploaded House Rules Committee PDFs.
 Please note:  When you click on the links below, the bill your browser opens may not be what you expect, because the appropriations language you need has been included by the Committee in a bill with an unrelated title.  For example, LHHS appropriations might be included in a bill titled Mil-Con-VA.  Rest assured, you have opened the correct document; simply proceed to the relevant “title” or “division” of the bill.  If you need assistance, contact us at
  FY   Omnibus,
Individual Bill or CR
Joint Stmt
2018 Omni-18 Div K Jt. Stmt. Div K Hse SFOps Rpt 18 Sen SFOps Rpt 18
2017 Omni-17 Div J Jt Stmt 17 SFOps Hse SFOps Rpt 17  Sen SFOps Rpt 17
2016 Omni-16 Div K Jt. Stmt Div K  Hse SFOps Rpt 16  Sen SFOps Rpt 16
2015 Omni-15 Div J Jt. Stmt FOps 15 Hse SFOps Rpt 15  Sen SFOps Rpt 15
2014 Omni-14 Div K Jt. Stmt Div K Hse SFOps Rpt 14  Sen SFOps Rpt 14
2013 Cromni-13 Div F Cromni-13 Jt Stmt Div F Hse SFOps Rpt 13  Sen SFOps Rpt 13
2012 Omni-12 Div I Jt Stmt Div I n/a Sen SFOps Rpt 12
2011 CR-11 n/a n/a Sen SFOps Rpt 11 
2010 Minibus-10 Div F  Jt Stmt Div F Hse SFOps Rpt 10  Sen SFOps Rpt 10 
2009 Omni-09 Div H Jt Stmt Div H n/a Sen SFOps Rpt 09 
2008 Omni-08 Div J Jt Stmt Div J  Hse SFOps Rpt 08  Sen SFOps Rpt 08 
2007 DoD-CR 07 n/a  Hse FOps Rpt 07  Sen SFOPs Rpt 07
At the beginning of the 110th Congress (2007),  jurisdiction over the State Department was transferred from the House Science, State, Justice and Commerce subcommittee to the Foreign Operations subcommittee.*
2006 State Approps 06
FOps Approps 06
State Conf Rpt
For  Ops Conf Rpt
Hse State Rpt 06
Hse FOps Rpt 06
Sen SFOPs Rpt 06
2005 State Omni-05 Div B
FOps Omni-05 Div D
Conf Rpt Div B
Conf Rpt Div D
Hse State Rpt 05
Hse FOps Rpt 05
Sen State Rpt 05
Sen FOps Rpt 05
2004 State Omni-04 Div B
FOps Omni-04 Div B
Conf Rpt Div B
Conf Rpt Div D
Hse State Rpt 04
Hse FOps Rpt 04
Sen State Rpt 04
Sen FOps Rpt 04
2003 State Omni-03 Div B
FOps Omni-03 Div E
Conf Rpt Div B
Conf Rpt Div E
Hse FOps Rpt 03 Sen State Rpt 03
Sen FOps Rpt 03
2002 State Approps 02
FOps Approps 02
Conf  Rpt
Conf  Rpt
Hse State Rpt 02
Hse FOps Rpt 02 
Sen State Rpt 02
Sen FOps Rpt 02
2001 State Approps 01**
FOps Approps 01
State Conf Rpt 01 p.92
FOps Conf Rpt 01
Hse State Rpt 01
Hse FOps Rpt 01
Sen State Rpt 01
Sen FOps Rpt 01
**Incorporated by reference in HR 4942
2000 State 00 HR.3421
FOps 00 HR.3422
HR.3421 & 3422 incorp. by ref.
into HR.3194 Conf.Rpt Div B
Hse State Rpt 00
Hse FOps Rpt 00 
Sen State Rpt 00
Sen FOps Rpt 00
1999 State: Omni-99 (p.93)
FOPs: Omni-99 (p.151)
State Conf Rpt, p.100
FOps Conf Rpt, p.159
Hse MilCon Rpt 99
Hse FOps Rpt 99
Sen State Rpt 99
1998 State Approps 98
FOps Approps 98
State Conf Rpt 98
FOps Conf Rpt 98 
Hse State Rpt 98
Hse FOps Rpt 98 
Sen State Rpt 98
Sen FOps Rpt 98