International Association for Cryptologic Research

Treasurer's Report for Calendar Year 2000

The IACR remains fiscally sound, with adequate reserves.

Eurocrypt 2000 had a total income of $221,000. Of that amount, a total of $60,000 was returned to the IACR ($33,000 in IACR dues, a $10,000 allocation for the Secretariat and a surplus of $17,000). The remainder of the funds covered the expenses of the conference.

Crypto 2000 had a total income of $236,000 (not including income for on-campus lodging). Of that amount, a total of $83,000 was returned to the IACR ($27,000 in IACR dues, a $10,000 allocation for the Secretariat, and a surplus of $46,000). The remainder of the funds covered the expenses of the conference.

Asiacrypt 2000 had a total income of $112,000. Of that amount, a total of $26,000 was returned to the IACR ($12,000 in IACR dues, a $10,000 allocation for the Secretariat, and a surplus of $4000). The remainder of the funds covered the expenses of the conference.

As of December 31, 2000, the IACR had $203,000 held in certificates of deposit, approximately $149,000 held in the main IACR and Crypto checking accounts, and $175,000 held by UCSB. Of these amounts about $66,000 is the cost of the 2000 Journal (the bill arrived in January) and $110,000 is already designated for specific expenditures in 2001, leaving about $350,000 as the true surplus.

Susan Langford
IACR Treasurer


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