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Gifts to Federal Employees from Foreign Government Sources | 2009 (Released Jan 18, 2011)

Gifts to Federal Employees from Foreign Government Sources | 2009 (Released Jan 18, 2011)

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Federal Register / Vol. 76, No. 11 / Tuesday, January 18, 2011 / Notices | Office of the Chief of Protocol; Gifts to
Federal Employees from Foreign Government Sources Reported to Employing Agencies in Calendar Year 2009


Federal Register / Vol. 76, No. 11 / Tuesday, January 18, 2011 / Notices | Office of the Chief of Protocol; Gifts to
Federal Employees from Foreign Government Sources Reported to Employing Agencies in Calendar Year 2009


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Vol. 76 TuesdayNo. 11 January 18, 2011Part II
Department of State
Office of the Chief of Protocol; Gifts to Federal Employees from ForeignGovernment Sources Reported to Employing Agencies in Calendar Year2009; Notice
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/Vol. 76, No. 11/Tuesday, January 18, 2011/Notices
DEPARTMENT OF STATE
[Public Notice: 7296]
Office of the Chief of Protocol; Gifts toFederal Employees from ForeignGovernment Sources Reported toEmploying Agencies in Calendar Year2009
The Department of State submits thefollowing comprehensive listing of thestatements which, as required by law,Federal employees filed with theiremploying agencies during calendaryear 2009 concerning gifts received fromforeign government sources. Thecompilation includes reports of bothtangible gifts and gifts of travel or travelexpenses of more than minimal value,as defined by statute. Also, included aregifts received in previous yearsincluding one gift in 2001, one gift in2002, one gift in 2004, two gifts in 2006,one gift in 2007 and 20 gifts in 2008.These latter gifts are being reported in2009 as the Office of the Chief of Protocol, Department of State, did notreceive the relevant information toinclude them in earlier reports.Publication of this listing in the
Federal Register
is required by Section7342(f) of Title 5, United States Code, asadded by Section 515(a)(1) of theForeign 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.
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[Report of Tangible Gifts]Name and title of person acceptingthe gift on behalf of theU.S. GovernmentGift, date of acceptance on behalfof the U.S. Government,estimated value, and currentdisposition or locationIdentity of foreign donor andgovernmentCircumstances justifyingacceptanceThe Honorable Barack Obama,President of the United States.Book entitled
‘‘
The National Pal-ace of Mexico
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; red and brownartwork made of Olinala´lac-quer. Rec’d—1/20/2009. Est.Value—$400.00. Disposition—Archives Foreign.His Excellency Felipe de Jesu´sCaldero´n Hinojosa, President ofthe United Mexican States.Non-acceptance would cause em-barrassment to donor and U.S.Government.The Honorable Barack Obama,President of the United States.Mikimoto desk clock; black bas-ketball jersey. Rec’d—2/24/ 2009. Est. Value—$1,495.00.Disposition—Archives Foreign.His Excellency Taro Aso, PrimeMinister of Japan.Non-acceptance would cause em-barrassment to donor and U.S.Government.The Honorable Barack Obama,President of the United States.Black and gold pen with a wood-en pen holder, made from thewood of the HMS Gannet inChatham; book entitled
‘‘
Churchill and America
’’
byMartin Gilbert; book entitled
‘‘
Churchill: A Life
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by Martin Gil-bert; book set entitled
‘‘
Biog-raphy of Winston S. Churchill,
’’
by Martin Gilbert. Rec’d—3/3/ 2009. Est. Value—$16,510.00.Disposition—Archives Foreign.The Right Honorable James Gor-don Brown, M.P., Prime Min-ister, United Kingdom.Non-acceptance would cause em-barrassment to donor and U.S.Government.The Honorable Barack Obama,President of the United States.Four boxes of dates and twelvebottles of wine. Rec’d—3/5/ 2009. Est. Value—$500.00.Disposition—Handled Pursuantto Secret Service Policy.His Excellency AbdelazizBouteflika, President of thePeople’s Democratic Republicof Algeria.Non-acceptance would cause em-barrassment to donor and U.S.Government.The Honorable Barack Obama,President of the United States.Belleek handcrafted basket.Rec’d—3/17/2009. Est. Value—$385.00. Disposition—ArchivesForeign.The Honorable Peter Robinsonand the Honorable MartinMcGuinness, First Minister andDeputy First Minister of North-ern Ireland.Non-acceptance would cause em-barrassment to donor and U.S.Government.The Honorable Barack Obama,President of the United States.Book entitled
‘‘
Restoring the Bal-ance
’’
; book entitled
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The Mili-tary Balance 2009.
’’
Rec’d—3/ 20/2009. Est. Value—$388.00.Disposition—Archives Foreign.The Honorable Richard Heller,Royal Danish Consulate, Den-mark.Non-acceptance would cause em-barrassment to donor and U.S.Government.The Honorable Barack Obama,President of the United States.Small wooden CD holder; onebook; fifteen compact discs.Rec’d—4/1/2009. Est. Value—$415.00. Disposition—ArchivesForeign.His Excellency Dmitry Medvedev,President of the Russian Fed-eration.Non-acceptance would cause em-barrassment to donor and U.S.Government.The Honorable Barack Obama,President of the United States.Black leather Montblanc brief-case. Rec’d—4/3/2009. Est.Value—$760.00. Disposition—Archives Foreign.Her Excellency Dr. AngelaMerkel, Chancellor of the Fed-eral Republic of Germany.Non-acceptance would cause em-barrassment to donor and U.S.Government.The Honorable Barack Obama,President of the United States.Gold medal created by the Czechmint featuring an image ofPresident Obama. Rec’d—4/4/ 2009. Est. Value—$1,460.00.Disposition—Archives Foreign.The Honorable Petr Tulpa, Mayorof Jablonec Nad Nisou, CzechRepublic.Non-acceptance would cause em-barrassment to donor and U.S.Government.
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[Report of Tangible Gifts]Name and title of person acceptingthe gift on behalf of theU.S. GovernmentGift, date of acceptance on behalfof the U.S. Government,estimated value, and currentdisposition or locationIdentity of foreign donor andgovernmentCircumstances justifyingacceptanceThe Honorable Barack Obama,President of the United States.Two cufflinks made by SevanBicakci; blue and silver glassvase. Rec’d—4/6/2009. Est.Value—$1,550.00. Disposi-tion—Archives Foreign.His Excellency Abdullah Gul,President of the Republic ofTurkey.Non-acceptance would cause em-barrassment to donor and U.S.Government.The Honorable Barack Obama,President of the United States.Two handwoven decorative rugs;one framed portrait of a womanwearing a green dress; oneframed portrait depicting twowomen and a man surroundedby birds. Rec’d—4/7/2009. Est.Value—$1,850.00. Disposi-tion—Archives Foreign.His Excellency Jalal Talabani,President of the Republic ofIraq.Non-acceptance would cause em-barrassment to donor and U.S.Government.The Honorable Barack Obama,President of the United States.Silver tray with a floral design;ceremonial plaque; four CDs;two informational booklets.Rec’d—4/20/2009. Est. Value—$520.00. Disposition—ArchivesForeign.The Honorable Agnaldo Timo´teoPereira, Councilman for SaoPaulo Municipality, FederativeRepublic of Brazil.Non-acceptance would cause em-barrassment to donor and U.S.Government.The Honorable Barack Obama,President of the United States.Six decorative ceremonial weap-ons presented in a glass case.Rec’d—4/21/2009. Est. Value—$1,265.00. Disposition—Ar-chives Foreign.His Majesty King Abdullah II binAl Hussein, King of theHashemite Kingdom of Jordan.Non-acceptance would cause em-barrassment to donor and U.S.Government.The Honorable Barack Obama,President of the United States.Black Bosca leather briefcase; CDentitled
‘‘
The Fifth Summit ofthe Americas 2009
’’
; DVD enti-tled
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Cepal Publications 2008
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;five books about Trinidad andTobago. Rec’d—4/22/2009. Est.Value—$620.00. Disposition—Archives Foreign.The Right Honorable Patrick Man-ning, Prime Minister of the Re-public of Trinidad and Tobago.Non-acceptance would cause em-barrassment to donor and U.S.Government.The Honorable Barack Obama,President of the United States.Bronze statue of a girl releasing aflock of doves. Rec’d—5/05/ 2009. Est. Value—$8,000.00.Disposition—Archives Foreign.His Excellency Shimon Peres,President of Israel.Non-acceptance would cause em-barrassment to donor and U.S.Government.The Honorable Barack Obama,President of the United States.Large oval blue lapis bowl, pre-sented in a blue velvet presen-tation box. Rec’d—5/06/2009.Est. Value—$850.00. Disposi-tion—Archives Foreign.His Excellency Dr. Hamid Karzai,President of the Islamic Repub-lic of Afghanistan.Non-acceptance would cause em-barrassment to donor and U.S.Government.The Honorable Barack Obama,President of the United States.3
tall handcarved ebony woodensculpture. Rec’d—5/21/2009.Est. Value—$6,000.00. Disposi-tion—Archives Foreign.His Excellency Jakaya Kikwete,President of the United Repub-lic of Tanzania.Non-acceptance would cause em-barrassment to donor and U.S.Government.The Honorable Barack Obama,President of the United States.Large cream-colored rug withfringes. Rec’d—5/26/2009. Est.Value—$2,500.00. Disposi-tion—Archives Foreign.His Excellency Asif Ali Zardari,President of the Islamic Repub-lic of Pakistan.Non-acceptance would cause em-barrassment to donor and U.S.Government.The Honorable Barack Obama,President of the United States.25
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framed painting of atree; eight books. Rec’d—5/28/ 2009. Est. Value—$446.00.Disposition—Archives Foreign.His Excellency Dr. MahmoudAbbas, President of the Pales-tinian Authority.Non-acceptance would cause em-barrassment to donor and U.S.Government.The Honorable Barack Obama,President of the United States.Bottle of olive oil. Rec’d—5/28/ 2009. Est. Value—$75.00. Dis-position—Handled Pursuant toSecret Service Policy.His Excellency Dr. MahmoudAbbas, President of the Pales-tinian Authority.Non-acceptance would cause em-barrassment to donor and U.S.Government.The Honorable Barack Obama,President of the United States.Pair of 18 karat rose gold cufflinksin the shape of shields; Meis-sen porcelain tray. Rec’d—6/03/ 2009. Est. Value—$600.00.Disposition—Archives Foreign.The Honorable Stanislaw TillichMinister-President of the FreeState of Saxony, Federal Re-public of Germany.Non-acceptance would cause em-barrassment to donor and U.S.Government.
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