Office for Victims of Crime
International Terrorism Victim Expense Reimbursement Program Report to Congress

Exhibit 5: Applications Received by ITVERP.
This bar graph shows the number of applications received during the past nine reporting periods. From September 2006 to August 2007, 24 applications were received; from September 2007 to August 2008, 18 applications were received; from September 2008 to August 2009, 55 applications were received; from September 2009 to August 2010, 90 applications were received; from September 2010 to August 2011, 39 applications were received; from September 2011 to September 2012, 36 applications were received; from October 2012 to September 2013, 38 applications were received; from October 2013 to September 2014, 31 applications were received; and from October 2014 to September 2015, 33 applications were received.

Exhibit 6: Status of ITVERP Claims (as of September 2015)
This pie chart shows the status of all 420 ITVERP claims, as of September 2015 — 21 claims were active, 256 claims were paid, 56 claims were denied, and 31 claims were declared claimant unresponsive.

Exhibit 7: Average Length of Time To Process ITVERP Claims.
This table shows the average length of time to process claims during the reporting period, based on the status of the claims. The 29 paid claims took an average of 287 days. The 1 denied claims took an average of 671 days.

Exhibit 8: Average Time Paid Claims Spent in Each Step of the Claims Process.
This bar graph shows the average length of time required to complete each step in the application process for paid claims. 155 days of the processing time was used to complete the application (claimant), 189 days was used to determine eligibility (FBI, NSD), 119 days of processing time was used to verify expenses (ITVERP and providers), and 103 days of processing time was used to review recommendation memo (OJP).

Exhibit 9: Average Time Denied Claims Spent in Each Step of the Claims Process.
This bar graph shows the average length of time required to complete each step in the application process for denied claims. It took an average of 96 days to review claims and clarify policy implications (ITVERP, OVC, OGC), 574 days was used for incident designation (NSD), and 20 days was spent reviewing recommendation memos (OJP).

Exhibit 10: Reimbursement Requests, by Expense Category.
This bar graph shows the number of reimbursements requested, by category. During the reporting period, there were $31,763 in 8 claim reimbursement requests for medical expenses, $73,880 in 21 claim reimbursement requests for mental health expenses, $226,782 in 7 claim reimbursement requests for property loss expenses, $118,981 in 13 claim reimbursement requests for funeral and burial expenses, and $82,360 in 14 claim reimbursement requests for miscellaneous expenses.

Exhibit 11: Reimbursements Paid, by Expense Categories.
This bar graph shows the total amount of all reimbursements paid to each expense category. $25,560 in 6 claim reimbursements were for medical expenses; $25,409 in 14 claim reimburesements were for mental health expenses; $226,782 in 6 claim reimburesements were for property loss expenses; $118,981 in 14 claim reimburesements were for funeral and burial expenses; and $58,509 in 14 claim reimburesements were for miscellaneous expenses.

Exhibit 12: Estimated Future Liability of ITVERP.
This bar graph shows ITVERP’s estimated future liability, by type of reimbursement. ITVERP’s estimated future liability comprises $21,470 in 5 claims for medical expenses, $59,730 in 12 claims for mental health expenses, $91,509 in 4 claims for property loss expenses, $12,400 in 8 claims for funeral and burial expenses, and $38,700 in 10 claims for miscellaneous expenses.