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Monthly Treasury Statement of


Receipts and Outlays of the United States Gov

for period from October 1, 1979 through JULY 31, 1980

TABLE I-TOTALS OF BUDGET RESULTS AND FINANCING (In millions)


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Current month July 19bCL .............. ..
Actual 1980 (ten months)....................

Comparative data:
Actual 1979 (ten months)..................
Actual 1979 (full year).....................
Estimated 1980 ............................
Estimated 1981 ...........................


"17.34h 4,965. .-5,. I72
4-2 ?47 480,967 -58,720


379,300
465 94W
517 892
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K1, J.24
4931 21
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-30,025
-27,281
-60,882
-29,766


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26,123
33,641
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'3,346
11,801

9,620
-408
10,103
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$1,979
-6,225

-5,718
-5,951
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TABLE II-SUMMARY OF BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS (In millions)


Classification


Actual
This Month


NET RECEIPTS

Individual income taxes......................................
Corporation income taxes ...................................
Social insurance taxes and contributions:
Employment taxes and contributions .........................
Unemployment insurance ...................................
Contribunons lor other insurance and retirement...............
Excise taxes..... .... .................... .. .. ..
Estate and gilt taxes ......... ..........................
Customs dutes..... ................................
Miscellaneous receipts.......................................

Total..................................................

NET OUTLAYS

Legislative Branch.... ..................................
The Judiciary .... ................................
Executive Office of the President...............................
Funds Appropriated to the President:
internationall security assistance ......... ................
internationall development assistance.........................
Other .. .. .......... .............................
Department of Agriculture................. ....
Department of Commerce ............. ...
Department of Defense Military. .............. .
Department of Defense Civl .... ..... ...... ..
Department of Education ......................... ...... ..
Department of Energy .............. .... .. ...... ... .. ....
Department of Health and Human Serices ........... .........
Department of Housing and Urban DevelopmenL ..... ... ..
Department of the Interior ....... .. ..... ....
Department ol Justice ........ ... ...............
Department of Labor ........................................
Department of State.........................................
Department o Transportation................................
Department of the Treasury
General revenue sharing.................................
Interest on the public debt ... .... .......................
Other .. .. .........................................
Environmental Prolection Acency...... ......... .
National Aernautics and Space Admnrustralton........ ..
Veterans Administration .............................. ...
Other independent agencies ....... ........................
Allowances, undistributed...... ... ......................
Undistributed offsetting receipts.
Federal employer contributions to retirement funds ...........
Interest on certain Government accounts .....................
Rets and royalties on the Outer Continental Shelf lands........

Total...................................................


Surplus (+) or deficit ()..... ................... ... .......

See footnoles on page 3.

Source: Bureau of Government Financial Operations, Department of the Treasury.


Actual
This Fiscal
Year to Date


819,7731
2,136
8,466
1,229
558
F.W2
Q.?3
663
I ?h

37 348


108
60
11

667
404
104
I 195

11,439
282
828
551
17,455
1,456
237
231
3.4'4

1,741

1,709
5,485
-378
485
423
1,713
2,707
....................

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157

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Actual
Comparable
Prior Period


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54 3 j
111,313
12 15.
11,7

5,184
5,951
10,909
-'. .'47


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484
81

3,407
1,605
1,516
21,841
3,209
1 0..093
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159,546
10,889
3 '44

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1,672
15,519

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63,578
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29,213
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Estimates
Full Fiscal Year


S177,285
54,676
96,187
17.?,.. 6

15,587
4,443
6,191
7,500

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391
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316
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287
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3,536
95,113
2,240
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6,464
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12,505

6,847
50,806
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3,915
3,388
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22,016

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138,325
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1,716
1,987
25,727

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12,551
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Net Transactions


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LIABILITY ACCOUNTS

Borrowing from the public:
Public debt securities, issued under general financial
authorities:
Obligations of the United States, issued by:
United States Treasury ............................. :4,.8.367 $55,163,084
Federal Financing Bank .............................. .......... ..........

Total public debt securities ....................... 4,068,367 55,163,084

Agency securities, issued under special financing
authorities (See Schedule B. For other agency
borrowing, see Schedule C.)......................... -82,734 -546,851

Total federal securities .......................... 3,985,633 54,616,234

Deduct:
Federal securities held as investments of
government accounts (See Schedule D)............... -5,751,171 1,471,993

Total borrowing from the public ................... 9,736,804 53,144,240

Accrued interest payable to the public...................... 2,347,275 2,478.968

Deposit funds:
AUljcatii.ns of special drawing rights ................... -50,065 1,128,616
Other ............... ........................... 167,692 619,912

Miscellaneous liability accounts (Includes checks
outstanding etc.)........................................ 504,880 -2,181,053

Total liability accounts........................... 12,706,585 55,190,684

ASSET ACCOUNTS (Deduct)
Cash and monetary assets:
U.S. Treasury operating cash:
Federal Reserve account ............................. 754,701 -2,535,259
Tax and loan note accounts............................ -4,415,341 -11,209,040

Balance .......................................... -3.660.639 -13,744.299

Special drawing rights:
Total holdings ....................................... 60,063 1,116,514
SDR certificates issued to Federal Reserve Banks....... -100,000 -1,318,000

Balance........................................... -39,937 -201,486

Gold tranche drawing rights:
U. S. subscription to International Monetary Fund:
Direct quota payments ............................. ....... ..........
Maintenance of value adjustments.................... -104,100 96,588
Other demand liabilities issued to IMF................. 37,000 -229,209
Receivable/Payable (-) for U. S. currency valuation
adjustment........................................ 92,451 77,768

Balance.......................................... 25,350 -54,854

Loans to International Monetary Fund.................... -1,875 198,637
Other cash and monetary assets........................ 331,399 2,001,109


Total cash and monetary assets ...........

Miscellaneous asset accounts ............................

Total asset accounts .....................

Excess of liabilities (+) or assets (-)........................
Transactions not applied to current year's surplus or deficit
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Total budget financing [Financing of deficit (+) or
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See footnotes on page 3.


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35,932,583


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6,767,653


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26,123,311 644,589,333 687,996,769 697,733,573

1.839.697 8.154.582 6.286.276 10,633.551

1,181,381 4,174,771 5,353,452 5,303,387
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1,219,134


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3.670.288 -12.547.995 -9.427,985 38,201.041 29.323.334 25.653.046

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Excess ui Liabilities beginning of period:
Based on cnipuosition Of unified budget in preceding period.
Adjustments during current fiscal year for changes in
comp,,itlion io untiled budget ..........................

EAxce-. of habillies beginning of period (current basis)......

Budget surplus t-I ur deficit:
Based on composition of unified budget in prior fiscal year.

Budget surplus I-) or deficit (Table 11) ....................

Transactions not applied to current year's surplus or deficit:
Seigniorage ........ ..................................
Increment on gold ..................................
Proceeds from currency ..............................
Profit on sale of gold ..................................
Net gain (-I loss for U.S. currency valuation adjustment ..
Net gain (-i loss for IMF loan valuation adjustment .......
Off-budget Federal Agencies:
Federal Financing Bank...........................
Pension Benefit Guaranty Fund........................
P.,-Stal Service ......................................
Rural electrification and telephone revolving fund.......
Rural Telephone Bank ...............................

Total--transactions not applied to current year's
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Excess of Liabiltles close of period ......... ...........


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683,068,183


Fiscal Year to Date

This Year Prior Year


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1.706,378.....
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15,061,560

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86,349
13,516
27,107

1,315.314

699.445.057


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58,719,942 30,024,626

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-4,1461 -94.872
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11,758,591 10,969.789
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-1,502,330i -1,968,010
157,005 169,763
143.841 82,087

9,018,738, 6,292,992

699,445.057 631,845,942


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TABLE IV--SCHEDULE B--AGENCY SECURITIES, ISSUED UNDER SPECIAL
FINANCING AUTHORITIES (In thousands)
Net Transactions Account Balances
(-) denotes net reduction of Current Fiscal Year
liability accounts
Classification Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of Close of
This Month Ti
This Year Prior Year This Year This Month

Agency securities, issued under special financing authorities:
Obligations of the United States, issued by:
Export-Import Bank ................................ -827,213 -$243,683 -$1,203,556 $933,456 $716,986 $689,773
Obligations guaranteed by the United States, issued by:
Department of Defense:
Family Housing Mortgages ......................... -13,079 -106,156 -109,261 766,685 673,608 660,529
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Federal Housing Administration..................... -7,405 -34,794 -41,867 551,184 523,795 516,390
Department of Transportation:
Coast Guard:
Family Housing Mortgages ....................... -38 -205 -197 1,423 1,256 1,218
Obligations not guaranteed by the United States, issued by:
Department of Defense:
Homeowners Assistance Mortgages ................. .......... -12 -754 21 8 8
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Government National Mortgage Association .......... -35,000 -162,000 -162,000 3,004,000 2,877,000 2,842,000
Independent Agencies:
Postal Services........... .............................. .......... .......... .......... 250,000 250,000 250,000
Tennessee Valley Authority ........................ ......... ........... -100,000 1,725,000 1,725,000 1,725,000

Total agency securities .......................... -82,734 -546,851 -1,617,633 7,231,770 6,767,653 6,684,919







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ISSUE OF PUBLIC DEBT SECURITIES (In thousands)


Classification


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C,,mmnodl Credil C'rporation..........................
D.C. C,.mmssiner'r Stadium sinking fund, Armory
Board, D.C..........................................
Eipurt -Impurt Bank of United States.....................
Federal Emnergency Management Agency:
National flood Insuranc. fund .........................
Federal Financing Bank ................................
Federal H,.using Administration:
General insurance ...................................
Special risk insurance ................................
General Services Administration:
Pennsylvania Avenue Development Corporation..........
Government National Mortgage Association:
Emergency home purchase assistance fund ............
Management and liquidating functions .................
Special assistance functions ..........................
International Communication Agency.....................
Rural Electrification Administration.....................
Rural Telephone Bank ..................................
Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation .........
Secretary of Agriculture, 'Farmers Home Administration:
Rural housing insurance fund .........................
Agricultural credit insurance fund.....................
Rural development insurance fund .....................
Secretary of Education:
College housing loans ................................
Secretary of Energy:
Bonneville Power Administration......................
Secretary of Housing and Urban Development:
Housing for the Elderly and Handicapped ...............
New communities guaranty:
Title IV...........................................
Title VII..........................................
Urban renewal fund ..................................
Secretary of the Interior:
Bureau of Mines, helium fund.........................
Secretary of Trinspc.rranon
Rail Service Assistance ..............................
Regional Rail Reorganization .........................
Smithsonian Institution:
John F. Kennedy Center parking facilities..............
Tennessee Valley Authority.............................
Veterans Administration:
Veterans direct loan program .........................

Total Borrowing from the Treasury .........................

Borrowing from the Federal Financing Bank:

Export-Import Bank of the United States .................
National Credit Union Administration ....................
Postal Service ........................................
Tennessee Valley Authority.............................

Total Borrowing from the Federal Financing Bank ...............

Total Agency Borrowing financed through
issues of Public Debt Securities......................


Transactions


This Month




-$95,674

59,100

38,884
1,461,558

16,000
66,000

...........

164,390
-10,000
260,166
...........
53,727
26,832
...........

...........
...........
...........

...........



70,000

306
10,582


.......670
...........

...........
670

...........
...........

...........


Fiscal Year to Date

This Year Comparable
Prior Year


$315,736

-832
132,400

336,885
14,658,877

16,000
66,000

-841

990,240
-14,000
639,116
...........
196,517
114,028
-2,000

1,200,000
...........
60,000

...........

...........

630,000

3,531
39,375
-50,000

...........

15
946

...........
...........

...........


$2,798,474

-831
...........

142,044
13,720,039

...........
...........

12,662

126,893
-21,000
102,055

199,969
52,977
-2,500


1,074,000
75,000

-123,675

...........

370,000

276
28,421
-500,000

...........

...........
...........

...........
...........

...........


Account Balances
Current Fiscal Year


Beginning of

This Year This Month


$13,926,516

832
50,000

445,555
64,211,034

2,156,655
1,812,166

33,938

1,351,400
14,000
4,221,417
22,114
7,864,742
394,868
112,976

1,005,718
1,850,000
515,000

2,687,325

410,000

520,170

3,762
240,849
300,000

251,650

100
2,704

20,400
150,000

1,730,078


$14,337,926

123,300

743,556
77,408,353

2,156,655
1,812,166

33,097

2,177,250
10,000
4,600,367
22,114
8,007,532
482,064
110,976

2,205,718
1,850,000
575,000

2,687,325

410,000

1,080,170

6,987
269,642
250,000

251,650

115
2,980

20,400
150,000

1,730,078


Close of
this Month


$14,242,252
..............
182,400

782,440
78,869,912

2,172,655
1,878,166

33,097

2,341,640

4,860,533
?? 114
8.061 2,.<
508,896
110,976

2,205,718
1,850,000
575,000

2,687,325

410,000

1,150,170

7,294
280,224
250,000

251,650

115
3,650

20,400
150,000

1,730,078


2.122.541 19.331.993 18.054.804 106.305.969 123.515,421 125.637.964



........... 1,604,990 1,278,000 7,952,887 9,557,877 9,557,877
17,100 77,682 .......... ............ 60,582 77,682
........... -67,000 -162,000 1,587,000 1,520,000 1,520,000
225,000 1,450,000 1,080,000 7,125,000 8,350,000 8,575,000

242.100 3.065.672 2.196.000 16.664.887 19.488.459 19.730.559


2,364,641


22,397,665 20,250,804 122,970,856


143,003,880


145,368,523


Note: Includes only amounts loaned to Federal Agencies in lieu of Agency Debt issuance and excludes Federal Financing Bank purchase of loans made or
guaranteed by Federal Agencies. The Federal Financing Bank borrows from Treasury and issues its own securities and in turn may loan these
funds to Agencies in lieu of Agencies borrowing directly through Treasury or issuing their own securities.

R = Revised


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TABLE IV-SCHEDULE D-INVESTMENTS OF GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTS
IN FEDERAL SECURITIES (In thousands)


Classification





Federal Funds:
Department of Aericulture:
Agency .:r ..................................

Department of Commerce..............................

Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Federal Housing Administration:
Federal housing administration fund:
Public debt securities............................
Agency securities...............................
Government National Mortgage Association:
Emergency mortgage purchase assistance:
Agency securities...............................
Special assistance function fund:
Public debt securities............................
Agency securities ...............................
Management and liquidating functions fund:
Agency securities ..............................
Guarantees of Mortgage-Backed Securities:
Public debt securities............................
Agency securities................................
Participation sales fund:
Public debt securities............................
Agency securities....................... .......
H..utin,: M.Tingement:
C-.mmunit, disposal operations fund:
Agency securities...............................
Department of Interior .................................
Department of Transportation...........................
Department of the Treasury ............................

Veterans Administration:
Veterans reopened insurance fund .....................

Independent Agencies:
Export-Import Bank of the United States ...............
Federal Emergency Management Agency:
National insurance development fund ................
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation:
Public debt securities.............................
Agtni', securities ....................... ... .......
Na3it,.niJ Credit Union Administration ...................
Other...............................................

Total public debt securities.........................
Total agency securities ............................


Total Federal funds..............................

Trust Funds:
Legislative Branch:
United States Tax Court ..............................
Library of Congress ..................................
The Judiciary:
Judicial Survivors Annuity Fund........................


Net Purchases or Sales (-)


Fiscal Year to Date
This Month
This Year Prior Year



........... -:.,000 -: 000

.1 945 33.445 25.025




-14.7441 42.801 39.224
-5.1r,1 -8,720 -3.682


........... 2.97.9 1.828


-3.
-32


..... 650
1.431 -6.015

-268 -2.677

5.500 40 758
..... 18.628

2.615 5.774
..... ...........


. .........
1 .147
-14 170)


1.517 720
9.922
-194.203


-2 19.35-.


Securities Held as Investments
Current Fiscal Year

Beginning oflose of
Close of
T This Month
This Year This Month


'17,215

104,021


:11,215

135.521


1.992,302 2,049,847
187,263 183.613


-8.288 96.613


-4,125

42 634
2.727

59.304





I,470
1,508,510


28.356


.......... -19.671

-10.900 -460.023
.......... -300
-5.t.14 19.124
3.881 70,955

-65.572 1.086 609
-6,771 -4,105

-72,343 1.082,504


425 5.663


67.700

20.000

377.788
-7.760
23.360
56,340J

2.24J.713
-25,300

2 224 413


28.592

121.889
38,208

1,379.173
12.380


388

i18.800
4.266,116


437.950


7.549

650
90.029

26,183

157.147
56.837

1.417.562
12.380


388
1.517,720
27,576
4.086.083


457.309


62,037 42,366
5 462.967 5.033.844:
78.215 77.915
128.284 153.022
444.130 511,204

14.437 669 15,589.850
463.443 466.109

14.901 112 16.055.959


65 716
80 1.595

501 51.145


766
1,700

56.383


.11,215

137.466


2,035.103
178,542


7.549

650
88,598

25.915

162.647
56.837

1.384,947
12.380


388
1.517,720
28,722
4,071,913


457,307


42.366

5,022,944
77,915
147,408
515,085

15.524,278
459.338

15,983,616


D pj ri tn-n of Agriculture.............................. ...........


Department of Commerce.............................
Department of Defense...............................

Department of Health and Human Services:
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund:
Public debt securities..............................
Ag. -re y -,r urities..................................
F r.- r ,J l.,t ,I, insurance trust fund.................
F:"-. r Il nr.. ,,)1l insurance trust fund:
Puti l, ltr i recurities..............................
Ap,nL i securities..................................
F-dj ra.i supplementary medical insurance trust fund.....
Other...............................................


-72


900 -1,345

-5 -25
-241 -22


-3.556,806 -3.367,714

-308,261 1.630,3171

-485.373 1,096.138
-.......... ........... I
29,428 -255,394
118 2.201


-4,520,100

849.299

587.962

958,300
834


150 1.050

35 30
3,224 3.055


26.773.347 26.962,439
555.000 555.000
5.582.621 7,521.199

13.113,539 14,695,050
50.000 50 000
4 974.022 4,689.200
2.620 4,703


56.808

1,050

30
2.983


23,405.633
555,000
7.212,938

14.209.677
50,000
4,718,628
4.821


.

.

.


L


r=






TABLE IV--SCHEDULE D--INVESTMENTS OF GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTS 27

IN FEDERAL SECURITIES (In thousand)--Continued


Classification


Trust Funds--Continued
Department of the Interior.............................

Department of Labor:
Unemployment trust fund ............................
Other .............................................

Department of State:
Foreign service retirement and disability fund.........
Other..............................................

Department of Transportation:
Airport and airway trust fund ........................
Highway trust fund ..................................
Other..............................................

Department of the Treasury ............................
Veterans Administration:
Government life insurance fund ......................
National service life insurance fund:
Public debt securities .............................
Agency securities ...............................
Veterans special life insurance fund ..................
General Post Fund National Homes ...................
Independent Agencies:
FederaYDeposit Insurance Corporation ...............
General Services Administration .....................
Harry S. Truman Memorial Scholarship Trust Fund....
Japan-United States Friendship Commission...........
Office of Personnel Management:
Civil service retirement and disability fund:
Public debt securities...........................
Agency securities..............................
Employees health benefits fund .....................
Employees life insurance fund .....................
Retired employees health benefits fund...............
Railroad Retirement Board ..........................
Total public debt securities........................
Total agency securities ...........................

Total trust funds ...............................

Off-budget Federal agencies:
Federal Financing Bank ...............................
Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation. .................
Postal Service.........................................
Rural electrification and telephone revolving fund ........

Total public debt securities .......................

Total Off-budget Federal agencies ...............
Grand Total ...........................................


Net Purchases or Sales (-)


This Month



$90,915

-457,841


-5,322
95

76,668
-117,335
..........

15,650

-4,976

-30,852
..........
802
-140

-26,176
..........
-185


-691,093
........, .o
23,625
9,681
392......378
-392,378


r 1


Fiscal Year to Date


This Year


Securities Held as Investments
Current Fiscal Year


Beginning of


Prior Year This Year This Month


$186,412 $30,690 11,601 $107,097

-842,574 3,153,324 13,793,113 13,408,380
274 ........... 4,106 4,380


36,790
95

1,218,171
-625,860
10

-9,650

-27,370

161,603

41,996
381

745,678
-1,086
1,635
360

-1,227,757
14,437
282,840
-1,265
-152,502


47,315 492,628
10 1,140


4,377,426
12,468,657
20

64,825

462,557

7,824,952
135,000
621,135
2,365

9,252,006
4,510
34,854
18,655

63,734,226
275,000
590,095
3,315,132
3,079
3,054,496


717,776
1,173,031
...........

-1,495

-23,692

248,520
...........
37,825
470

1,011,319
690
1,715
-669

-623,846
...... ...
2,295
224,700
-4,290
100,034


534,740
1,140

5,518,929
11,960,132
30

39,525

440,163

8,017,407
135,000
662,329
2,886

10,023,860
3,424
36,674
19,015

63,197,562
275,000
580,907
3,588,291
1,814
3,294,372


Close of
This Month


3198,012

12,950,539
4,380

529,418
1,235

5,595,597
11,842,797
30

55,175

435,187

7,986,555
135,000
663,131
2,746

9,997,684
3,424
36,489
19,015

62,506,469
275,000
604,532
3,597,972
1,814
2,901,994


-5,829,403 -1,085,362 3,976,270 170,634,591 175,378,632 169,549,229
.......... .......... ........... 1,015,000 1,015,000 1,015,000
-5,829,403 -1,085,362 3,976,270 171,649,591 176,393,632 170,564,229

7,675 -162,160 85,835 226,300 56,465 64,140
12,700 3,850 8,025 141,925 133,075 145,775
130,200 1,633,900 1,897,216 2,238,716 3,742,416 3,872,616
.......... -739 -120 3,891 3,152 3,152

150,575 1,474,851 1,990,956 2,610,832 3,935,108 4,085,683
150,575 1,474,851 1,990,956 2,610,832 3,935,108 4,085,683


-5,751,171


1,471,993


8,191,639


189,161,534


196,384,698


Note: Investments are in Public Debt Securities unless otherwise noted.


190,633,527







28 TABLE V--COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS

BY MONTHS OF CURRENT FISCAL YEAR (In millions)


Classification Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. March April May June July Aug.



NET RECEIPTS

Individual income taxes........ .I '.n2 l I '4 :*- 142 dSt. 15 I22 .9 05 31 48 :'9 275 '27.7'.l 19 773
Corporation income taxes ...... 1.47r. 1 l9.i 10 020 2 2.' 1 42'0 508 9.171 1 230 15,804 2,1361
Social insurance taxes and
contributions:
Employment taxes and
contributions .............. ? 0 L 12 259 7 *.".J 9.526 14 I24 10 747 13 667 15.752 10.u07 8 466
Urr rrpl.-.in,rnl insurance..... i4f I n i 204 A675 I 4 0 208 I 'r4 4.495 177 1.229
Cuntlritiiurin for other
insurance and retirement ... 530 524 W4T 574 3 '44 573, 54) 5.19 558
Excise taxes.................. 1 547 I .3 I 65 1 448 I 378 1.289 2.269 2 502 2.502 2.662
Estate and gift taxes........... 52r. 518 42'5 50 506 494 459 ?23 502 62
Customs duties................. Wi 605 55 9 11i 51 5 84 559 557 611 663
Miscellaneous receipts......... 838 977 Ir6, 92 I 4',1 920 1 265 1 09a 1.052 1 240

Total--receipts this
year ................ 13 ".fir 38 320 42,'17 43.429 37 8e2 33.351 61 097 36 071 59.055 37 3468

Total-receipts prioryear ... "4. .'.f" .'" .4 K |jj .'.'. ,. .''

NET OUTLAYS


Com-
Fiscal parable
Sept. Year Period
To Prior
Date F.Y.



S197 607m 177.285
54.348 54,676


111.313 96 187
12.615 12 386

5.413 5,046
18.908 15.587
5 184 4.443
i 951 6.191
10.909 7.500

422.24 .....

.... ... j T9 re


Legislative Branch ............ 9 97 10n III 92 91 11i, 92 u9 10 98 903
The Judiciary................. 5. 37 38 r. 38 405 39 57, 50 60 484 391
Executive Office of the
President .................... 7 11 7 I 7 11I 81 67
Funds Appropriated to the
President:
International security
assistance................. 70. 81) 442 3x1 4-17 167 -24 118 -369 6r:7 3 407 316
International development
assistance................. 9 93 44 li3f. 11 268 228 9 157 U44 1.5 1.26
Other ...................... e4 -46 -IS 1 141 r3 52 50 8) '54 104 1 516' 287
Department of Agriculture:
Foreign assistance, special
export programs and
Commodity Credit
Corporation ................ 4)4 727 79 1.561 74 68 4r, 2l1 L7 -127 4,352 4.905
Other ...................... 1 307 1143 2 08?I 2 225 1 81 1 6r64 1.433 1.828 2.505 1.322 17 489 13.914
Department of Commerce ...... 346 265 I8 26 21.5 308 34 421_ 340 363 '3 209 3.536
Department of Defense: 2.-- 3 ----- .
Military:
Department of the Army.... 2 591 2 (55 2.551 2.59% 2.716 2.793 2.874 2 r4t, 3.039 2.76w9 27.233' 23,972
Department of the Navy .... 3 1ll 1 191 3 428 3 581 3.4" 3 521 3 696 3.76 3 589 3 895' 35 241 31.251
Department of Air Force... 2.859 3 181 2 8'5 3 131 3.223 3 r22 3 230 1 4t7 3 419 3 203 i 32.389 26.691
Defense agencies.......... 1 619 1.536 1.5 I 1 4-4 1.533 1 524 1 557 1 398 1 536 I 572 | 15 230 13.200

T...rLJ Miil ir, .......... 10.180 10 563 10 343 10.955 10 '40 11.4 i I 11 35 11 2731 11 582 11 439 110 093 95,114
--- "-.-- r- -.
Civil .............. ... 148 2)0 278 252 218 232 239 246 268 282 1 2 663 2 240
Departn, na ofc EJiucation .. 752 1.015 934 1 .235 1 298 1 367 I 164 1 143 828' 10.635 9.041
Department of Enery4 .... .. 49 791 7;i -578 520 432 639 619 748 551 5.011 6.464
Departmrint of Heialli and
Hunsin S.-r ILIt
Hunman Devrlpmernnl
S-rvicec .......... 521 494 523 590 502 454 4.2 39-2, 375 401 4 735 4,680
H llth C-ii FLnancinm
.Adt iri-ir.ir t iuru I
u r.,nt -I, '11.. 1- -1
NMl dic. ................ I 211 1.077 1.158 1.354 1 .136 953 I.22 1218 1.123 1 167 11 .64 10.060
F d.i r.d H *-sp, l In-. i
Tru-l Fund .............. 1 H75 I aJh 1.759 2.025 ,1 5-1 2 211 2 129 2 203 2.089 2 116 20 097 16.863
Fd .r l1 Supp. lMed. In-.
TruIn Fuiil .............. b77 829 827 869 910 788 902 895 '4 971 I 752 7.228
Oth. r .................... 49 567 703 577 553 1.305 591 1 548 567 662 6 50.2 6.665
S.., LLI Stcurnty Adn..
A.--. Prntl. Pr,..ir.nn. .... 5%5 5'4 611 721 6001 492 601 604 CSM 15 5 996 5.432
F aerail ula-Age rd
Suri i-i Lnriur.nic
Tru', Fund ............. .015 t 082 6.085 8,100 8 214 u.226 n 247 n 207, 9 65% 9 39 84.301 74.186
Fi.r.raJ Di a.ibili In-,. I
Tru.- Fund ......... ... 1 2(.1u I 22r 1,221 1 22r. 1.255 1.249 I 247 1.245 1,235 I 3 12 467 11.449
Oer ...... .......... ..5 1 I C2 1 42. 102 I I"39 171 690 1.147 89 705 7.063 6 138
Ou.r ... ................. Ii. ti -743 0 3 -577 188 14 -1 2 57 -1 991. -2.927






TABLE V--COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS 29

BY MONTHS OF CURRENT FISCAL YEAR (In millions)--Continued


i ,, -<
FlaI p.er.d
Year
Classification Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. March April May June July Aug. Sept. To | r .l
Date Prior
Date F.Y.
F.Y.

OUT LAYS--C..,ntiriued

Department of H :.usin
and Urban D. v-lopnent ........ $1,199 ?1 548 $363 '1 234 $579 1,113 $1,397 889 1,110 $1,456 10,889 :7 411
Departmnen ,,f the inerln..r....... 393 437 328 365 303 318 360 437 366 237 1 5W 3A 5"
Deprlniment Jusuce........... 255 229 1190 232 199 205 262 234 202 231 2 40 2 116
Depirlnieni I.l La- I.r
Unemnpl,.~menlt rust. lund...... 736 834 1,001 1,473 1,412 1,451 1.442 1,391 1,768 1,664 I 173 9,196
Other......... ............. 965 862 I 'Xt. 645 1,046 1030 I (4 1,074 786 1,831 10 3 9,359
Department of State............. 255 138 139 108 186 1I4 18, 185 86 233 1,672 1,078
Department of Transportation:
Highway trust fund ........... 986 762 794 733 512 444 543 594 866 835 7,109 5,446
Other ....................... 760 786 913 1,053 651 841 990 705 806 906 8,409 7,059
Department of the TreaurI
Inlerel onthe public bebl..... 4,653 5,330 9,804 5,125 5,475 5,427 5,764 5,837 10,678 5,485 '* 57 50,806
General revenue sharing ..... I 715 1 1,690 9 1 1 70;3 .. 1,709 *. IC 6,847
Other....................... -132 -286 -1,045 -1,651 -131 250 117 91 -778 -378 -3,945 -1,656
Environmental Protection
Agency....................... 521 452 4831 479 427 4 V. 482 474 445 485 4,667 3,915
Nanonal Aeron.aulcls and
Space Administration .......... 384 415 328 417 408 416 398 397 452 423 4,038 3,388
Veterans Administration:
Compens .lnr and pensions.... 889 1,719 1,028 56 1,801 67 943 1,792 61 929 9,286 8,656
Natli..nlJ er icelife.......... 36 24 29 49 28 52 79 50 23 48 419 283
Government service life....... 6 4 5 7 4 6 8 7 4 9 61 58
Other ....................... 875 951 715 688 939 618 973 943 542 727 7,969 7,736
Independent agencies:
General Services Admin. ..... -166 50 78 -115 56 153 -169 53 144 -170 -86 -24
Office of Personnel Manage-
ment....................... 1,223 1,174 1,293 1,184 1,127 1.220 1,298 1,273 1,365 1,327 12.484 10,536
Postal Service .............. 1,677 .... ................. .. 1,677 1 785
SmallBusinessAdministration 93 357 4 476 171 111 9 149 66 72 1,578 1 305
Tennessee Valley Authority.... -209 208 153 206 207 97 187 196 191 266 1,503 1 481
Other ind. agencies............ 1,002 775 1,224 1.254 935 1,481 1 221 1,600 1,353 1,212 12,056 6,932
Undistributed offsetting receipts:
Federal employer contributions
to retirement fund............ -470 -400 -388 -359 -401 -512 -418 -390 -453 -417 -4,208 -3,746
Interest credited to certain
accounts .................... -114 -531 -4,916 -10 -210 -132 -179 -274 -5,280 -19 -11,665 -9,885
Rents and Royalties on Outer
Continental Shelf Lands ...... -199 -535 -1,258 -798 -334 -70 -57 -181 -171 -157 -3,760 -2,531

Total outlays--this year..... 47,807 46,841 44.010 47 988 41.208 46.566 51,237 50 198 46.70.2 52.40- 48) .47 ....
Totaloutlays-prioryear ......... .J '45. .1 l,\, 41 ,i u -l 'u "IV. Ji 1 4,, 'A.. i J. .. .. 4 Ju

Surplus I*) or delicil (-) mils
year ......................... -14.708 -8.522 -1 393 -4.559 -9.346 -13.215 -9.86 -14 12 1 12 3K -15 062 -58 72)

_ee oonote-s--o-npe
See_ fotn4oe pg 3.. I'
See footnotes on page 3.






30 TABLE VI--TRUST FUND IMPACT ON BUDGET RESULTS AND INVESTMENT HOLDINGS (In millions)


Classification


Trust receipts, outlays, and invesi-
merits held:
Airport and airway ...............
Black lung disability iruis fund .....
Federal Deporitl Insurance Curp....
Feceral diz:nalit insurance .......
Federal employees Iie and healLn
benefits. ........................
Fedt ral employees retirement .....
Federal hospital insurance.........
Federal old-are and survnvOrs
insurance.......................
Federal supplementarv medical
insurance ...... ..... ..........
General Revenue Sharing ..........
H ig wi ay .........................
Nltll ry as.isiancc advances ......
Radr.ad retirement ...............
Uneniplw m eni ...................
Veterans life insurance............
All .-.LnJ r trust ...................

Trust fund receipts and uuLla,,s
on ith basis of Table LI and
investments nela from
Table I D ...................

Interlund receipts uiljet a.gaJnst
trust fund outlays ...............

Tuoia trust iund receipts and
utlay .......................

Federal luard receipts and uulayly on
the basis of Table [ ................
Inrerfuna reLeipts u[lsel againal
Federal iund oulays .............

Toial Federal fund receipts and
uutlav 's ................ .......

T.ual interfund receipts and uutlays...


Current Month


Fiscal Year to Date


2156 t82 :74 51.558 3330
18 164 -1-1 225 370
...... 27 -27 ....... -743
1,100 1.345 -245 13,411 11,772

....... -30 30 ...... -248
303 q99 -696 3,018 4,223
1.552 2,091 -539 18.746 17.970

5 787 9,291 -3.504 77,468 81.200

255 309 -54 2.394 2,795
....... 1,709 -1.709 6.855 6.828
546 852 -306 5,626 6.278
....... 393 -393 ....... 894
27 417 -391 1,688 1.836
1,229 1.688 -459 12.615 12.339
....... 57 -57 ....... -179
3 -193 196 53 -284


10.976 19.200 -8.224 143.658


1.252 1.252 ....... 23.877


12.228 20.452 -8,224 167.535


26 372 33,209 -6,838 285.444

10 10 ....... 377


I 145.380


23,877


.1,228
-145
743
1,639

248
-1,205
776

-3.731

-400
27
-652
-894
-147
-75
179
337


-1,722


169.257 -1,722


342,443

377


-56.998


26,383 33,219 -6.838 285,821 342.820 -56.998

-1.262 -1.262 ....... -31,109 1 -31.109 .......


Securities held as Investments
Current Fiscal Year


14,377

9.252
5,583

3,908
64,502
13.164

27.328

4,974

12.469

3,054
13,793
9.044
201


$5.519

10,024
7,521

4,171
64.013
14.745

27,517

4,689

11.960

3,294
13.408
9,255
274


85,596

9,998
7,213

4,204
63,317
14.260

23.961

4,719
.............
11.843
.............
2,902
12,951
9,220
381


Net budget receipts and outlays ...... 37,3481 52,409, -15.062 422,247 480,967 -58.720 01

Note: Interfund receipts and outlays are transactions between Federal funds and trust funds, such as, Federal payments and contributions,
Federal employer contributions, and interest and profits on investments in Federal securities. They have no net effect on overall budget
receipts and outlays since the receipt side of such transactions is offset against budget outlays. In this table, interfund receipts are
shown as an adjustment to arrive at total receipts and outlays of trust funds and Federal funds respectively. Included in total interfund
receipts and outlays are $6,855 million in Federal funds transferred to trust funds for general revenue sharing.






TABLE VII--SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS BY SOURCE AND OUTLAYS BY FUNCTION (In thousands) 31


Budget Receipts and Outlays


Classification


NET RECEIPTS

Individual income taxes ......................................................
Corpor3 non income taxes ...................................... ... ......
Social insurance taxes and contributions:
Employment taxes and contributions ..........................................
Unemployment insurance ....................................................
Contributions for other insurance and retirement...............................
Excise taxes .................................................................
Estate and gift taxes .........................................................
Customs..................................................................
Miscellaneous receipts........................................................

Total ...................................................................

NET OUTLAYS

National defense ..............................................................
internationall affairs ................. .......................................
General science, space, and technology .......................................
Energy ......................................................................
Natural resources and environment ...........................................
Agriculture ..................................................................
Commerce and housing credit.................................................
transportation ..............................................................
Community and regional development ...........................................
Education, training, employment and social services ............................
Health .......................................................... ........ ...
Income security .............................................................
Veterans benesirs and services...............................................
Administration of justice ....................................................
General government.............................. ...... .....................
General purpose fiscal assistance ..............................................
Interest....................................................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts...............................................

Total .....................................................................


This Month


?19.772.553
2 135.977

8,465,653
1,229,234
557,620
2,661,552
622,783
662,637
1,239,647


Fiscal Year
To Date


M197.606.503
54 34b1..34

111,313,402
12,614,551
5,412,602
18,907,726
5,183,798
5,951,329
10,909,128


Comparable Period
Prior Fiscal Year


$177,284,717
54,675,944

96,187,298
12,385,524
5,045,899
15,586,990
4,442,726
6,190,685
7,499,870


S37,347,656 422,247,272 379,299,653


S11,666,178 112,545,713 95,927,538
S1,445,365 9,398,743 3,728,185
S503,129 5,052,126 4,079,314
618,701 5,064,225 7,384,454
S1,316,112 11,552,710 10,254,296
S-247,358 5,265,965 6,653,479
781,275 7,474,826 2,568,660
S1,947,910 16,984,903 13,725,888
593,101 8,112,422 7,798,922
S2,434,907 26,242,454 23,573,362
S5,042,543 47,984,695 40,872,655
S17,940,641 156,673,958 132,291,357
S1,715,185 17,761,014 16,757,603
399,584 3,850,100 3,459,870
413,184 3,808,494 3,886,109
S1,829,878 8,072,083 7,948,979
4,602,410 54,756,249 44,575,047
. -593,529 -19,633,467 -16,161,438

S52,409,216 480,967,214 409,324,279


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