Why the US government has made a $1.2 billion referral program for athletes

The US government is making a $2.7 billion referral to athletes after its decision to fund the program in 2015, according to a new report.

The Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) released a report on the program, known as the International Association of Sports Federations (IASF) Program, to Congress in January.

The report detailed how the program helped athletes compete in sports from golf to soccer to rugby and many more, and said the IASF had helped the US reach international events.

The program is set to end in 2021.

According to the report, the IAFS Program has funded more than 5,000 athletes and coaches from the US to participate in sports since it began in 2006.

That’s up from just over 2,000 in the early years of the program.

According the report:The program helped the United States reach a number of international competitions, including the Olympics, the Commonwealth Games and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS).

The IASI program also helped the nation compete in international tournaments such as the Pan-Am Games and Pan-American Games.

In the past, the US has struggled to compete in many international events, and athletes have complained of being forced to compete against foreign competitors.

But the IAAF has made significant strides in attracting and funding international athletes.

According to the IAC, the program was instrumental in getting US athletes into more competitive international competitions like the Olympics.

The IAAF Program helped US athletes compete at international events in 2018, including an IAAF Gold Medal in soccer, a silver medal in basketball and a bronze medal in boxing.