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Figure 5. FY 2003 Liabilities by Type (Text description)
Figure 5 is a pie chart comparing the six types of financial liabilities, totaling $43 million, for which AHRQ is responsible in FY 2003. Liabilities represent funded and unfunded activities that require future budgetary resources.
Accrued grant liability represents 35 percent of the Agency's future debt, and is the largest single liability component. Accounts payable represents 31 percent of future debt, and is the second-largest category, while deferred revenues rank third with 26 percent of the debt load. Accrued leave liability is the next largest segment, at 5 percent, while accrued payroll and benefits are 2 percent of the total, and accrued FECA liability is 1 percent of the total.
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