Obligation and Outlay Reports

The Office of the U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator is required to submit quarterly reports to Congress on the allocation, obligation and expenditure of funds appropriated for the U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR). The Obligation1 and Outlay2 Report consists of three tables that provide an account of the funds used to support prevention, treatment, and care for people affected by HIV/AIDS.

  • The Summary Financial Status by Appropriation table presents the total funding available, cumulative obligations, and cumulative outlays as of the end of each fiscal quarter for all PEPFAR funds; spread between three different appropriations bills.
  • The Summary Financial Status by Agency table also presents the total available funding, cumulative obligations, and cumulative outlays but shows them allocated between the PEPFAR implementing agencies.
  • The Summary Financial Status by Country Activity table outlines the amount of the available PEPFAR funds obligated by country.

Fiscal Year 2014:

Fiscal Year 2013:

Fiscal Year 2012:

Fiscal Year 2011:

Fiscal Year 2010:

Fiscal Year 2009:

Fiscal Year 2008:

Fiscal Year 2007:

Fiscal Year 2006:

Fiscal Year 2005:

Fiscal Year 2004:


1 Obligation: a legal binding agreement that will result in outlays, immediately or in the future. (Source: OMB Circular A-11, section 20)
2 Outlay: a payment to liquidate an obligation (other than the repayment to the Treasury of debt principles). (Source: OMB Circular A-11, section 20.5)


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