Vol. 76 No. 11
Tuesday January 18, 2011
Department of State
Office of the Chief of Protocol; Gifts to Federal Employees from Foreign Government Sources Reported to Employing Agencies in Calendar Year 2009; Notice
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year 2009 concerning gifts received from foreign government sources. The compilation includes reports of both tangible gifts and gifts of travel or travel expenses of more than minimal value, as defined by statute. Also, included are gifts received in previous yearsincluding one gift in 2001, one gift in 2002, one gift in 2004, two gifts in 2006, one gift in 2007 and 20 gifts in 2008. These latter gifts are being reported in 2009 as the Office of the Chief of Protocol, Department of State, did not receive the relevant information to include them in earlier reports. Publication of this listing in the Federal Register is required by Section 7342(f) of Title 5,United States Code, as added by Section 515(a)(1) of the Foreign Relations Authorization Act, Fiscal Year 1978 (Pub. L. 95–105, August 17, 1977, 91 Stat. 865).
Dated: January 4, 2011. Patrick F. Kennedy, Under Secretary for Management, Department of State.
DEPARTMENT OF STATE
[Public Notice: 7296]
Office of the Chief of Protocol; Gifts to Federal Employees from Foreign Government SourcesReported to Employing Agencies in Calendar Year 2009 The Department of State submits the following comprehensive listing of the statements which, as required by law, Federal employees filed with their employing agencies during calendar
AGENCY: THE WHITE HOUSE—EXECUTIVE OFFICE OF THE PRESIDENT
[Report of Tangible Gifts] Name and title of person accepting the gift on behalf of the U.S. GovernmentThe Honorable Barack Obama, President of the United States. Gift, date of acceptance on behalf of the U.S. Government, estimated value, and current disposition or location Book entitled ‘‘The National Palace of Mexico’’; red and brown ´ artwork made of Olinala lacquer. Rec’d—1/20/2009. Est. Value—$400.00. Disposition— Archives Foreign. Mikimoto desk clock; black basketball jersey. Rec’d—2/24/2009. Est. Value—$1,495.00. Disposition—Archives Foreign. Black and gold pen with a wooden pen holder, made from the wood of the HMS Gannet in Chatham; book entitled ‘‘Churchill and America’’ by Martin Gilbert; book entitled ‘‘Churchill: A Life’’ by Martin Gilbert; book set entitled ‘‘Biography of Winston S. Churchill,’’ by Martin Gilbert. Rec’d—3/3/ 2009. Est. Value—$16,510.00. Disposition—ArchivesForeign. Four boxes of dates and twelve bottles of wine. Rec’d—3/5/ 2009. Est. Value—$500.00. Disposition—Handled Pursuant to Secret Service Policy. Belleek handcrafted basket. Rec’d—3/17/2009. Est. Value— $385.00. Disposition—Archives Foreign. Book entitled ‘‘Restoring the Balance’’; book entitled ‘‘The Military Balance 2009.’’ Rec’d—3/ 20/2009. Est. Value—$388.00. Disposition—Archives Foreign.Small wooden CD holder; one book; fifteen compact discs. Rec’d—4/1/2009. Est. Value— $415.00. Disposition—Archives Foreign. Black leather Montblanc briefcase. Rec’d—4/3/2009. Est. Value—$760.00. Disposition— Archives Foreign. Gold medal created by the Czech mint featuring an image of President Obama. Rec’d—4/4/ 2009. Est. Value—$1,460.00. Disposition—Archives Foreign. Identity of foreign donor andgovernment ´ His Excellency Felipe de Jesus ´ Calderon Hinojosa, President of the United Mexican States. Circumstances justifying acceptance Non-acceptance would cause embarrassment to donor and U.S. Government.
The Honorable Barack Obama, President of the United States. The Honorable Barack Obama, President of the United States.
His Excellency Taro Aso, Prime Minister of Japan. The Right...
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