Commander's Guide to Money as a Weapons System Handbook
Intelligence Contingency Funds
Intelligence contingency funds (ICF), part of the Operations and Maintenance, Army (OMA) appropriation, are a portion of the Secretary of the Army's (SA's) emergency and extraordinary expense funds (designated as limitation .0017). Annual appropriation acts grant authorization of ICF "for emergency and extraordinary expenses" with the approval or authority of the SA. The SA may certify payments are necessary for worldwide intelligence activities.
Army Regulation 381-141, Intelligence Contingency Funds, 16 January 2004, outlines ICF policy, responsibilities, usage and expenditures, control, auditing, and accounting procedures. Because of the nature of ICF funds, see the supporting resource manager for guidance.
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