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Final monthly Treasury statement
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Mon. Treas. statement receipts outlays U.S. gov.
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Monthly Treasury Statement of


Receipts and Outlays of the United States Gov

for period from October 1, 1980 through June 30, 1981

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


Period


Current month (June 1981) ....................
Actual 1981 (nine months).....................

Crmparaide data:
AcItu l 1980 (nine months)....................
Actual 1980? Iull year).......................
Estimated 19I ............................
Estimated 19821 .............................


Budget Receipts and Outlays


Net
Receipts


$70,688
445,900

384,904
520,050
605,640
662,369


Net
Outlays


Budget
Surplus (+
or
Deficit (-)


Means of Financing


By
B rr-- .1n:,
Prrl in,
Public


t -I It t F F


$55,619 *$15,070
495,266 -49,366


-43,237
-58,990
-55,597
-42,481


428,141
579,040
661,237
704,850


$572
60,869

43,407
7.;.515
71 .:= 0
59,000


TABLE II-SUMMARY OF BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS (In millions)


Classification


NET RECEIPTS

Individual income taxes.........................................
Corporation 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 duties...............................................
Miscellaneous receipts.......................................

Total...................................... ................
NET OUTLAYS

Legislative Branch............................................
The Judiciary ...............................................
Executive Office of the President................................
Funds Appropriated to the President:
International security assistance ..............................
International development assistance ..........................
Other....................................................
Department of Agriculture.....................................
Department of Commerce ......................................
Department of Defense Military............................
Department of Defense Civil..........................................
Department of Education .......................................
Department of Energy ..........................................
Department of Health and Human Services .......................
Department of Housing and Urban Development ...................
Department of the Interior .....................................
Department of Justice................. .......................
Department of Labor .................................. ......
Department of State...........................................
Department of Transportation..................................
Department of the Treasury:
General revenue sharing.....................................
Interest on the public debt ...................................
OtIler.......................... ........... ..............
Environmental Protection Agency ...............................
National Aeronautics and Space Administration ...................
Veterans Administration.......................................
Other independent agencies ....................................
Allowances, undistributed .....................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts:
Federal employer contributions to retirement funds ............
Interest on certain Government accounts .......................
Rents and royalties on the Outer Continental Shelf lands..........

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

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


Actual
This Month


$33,729
15,792

13,844
234
580
4,224
531
791
964


70,688


98
80
8

114
261
421
2,117
231
13,464
278
949
1,491
19,074
1,931
314
205
2,391
143
1,658
-1
13,198
-1,097
476
509
1,784
3,546

-439
-5,993
-1,591

55,619
+15,070


Actual
This Fiscal
Year to Date


$208,615
49,157

121,193
11,997
5,324
29,194
4,928
5,758
9,733


445


,900


881
486
73


3,242
1,513
1,097
21,552
2,168
114,781
2,286
11,657
8,433
168,917
11,212
3,354
2,025
23,454
1,507
16,705

3,991
72,404
-5,614
4,100
4,256
17,118
27,415
....................

-4,103
-13,281
-6,364


495,266


-49.366


Actual Budget
Comparable Estimates
Prior Period Full Fiscal Year1


$177,834
52,212

102,848
11,385
4,855
16,246
4,561
5,289
9,674


384,904


$285,565
63,253

163,263
16,104
7,400
41,690
6,907
7,600
13,858

605,640


1,410
657
101

3,808
1,938
1,153
24,336
2,898
156,600
3,132
15,472
10,705
229,123
14,082
4,646
2,643
30,748
1,990
21,306

5,156
96,500
-8,255
5,456
5,271
22,835
37,730

-6,585
-14,018
-9,600


661,237


-55,597


880
424
70

2,739
1,197
1,379
20,646
2,846
98,654
2,381
9,807
4,460
142,091
9,437
3,317
2,009
20,039
1,459
13,777

5,119
58,104
-3,992
4,182
3,615
16,022
26,505
....................


-3,792
-11,646
-3,592


428,141


-43,237 i


See footnotes on page 3.

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


By Reduction
of Cash
and Monetary
Assets
Increase (-)


By
Other
Means


-$15,121
4,954


Total
Budget
Financing


-315,070
49,366

43,237
58,990
55,597
42,481


8,455
-355
5,990


-4520
-16,457

-8,626
-11,171
-21,393
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LIABILITY ACCOUNTS

DB,.rr., n, ihrom the public:
Pulbh,. ,ii securities, issued under general financial
authorities:
Obligations of the United States, issued by:
United States Treasury ............................... .2,676,866
Federal Financing Bank.........................................

Total public debt securities ........................ 2,676,866

Agency securities, issued under special financing
authorities (See Schedule B. For other agency
borrowing, see Schedule C.)............................ -84,635

Total federal securities ........................... 2,592,231

Deduct:
Federal securities held as investments of
government accounts (See Schedule D) ............... 2,020,722

Total borrowing from the public ................... 571,509

Accrued interest payable to the public ...................... 683,136
Allocations of special drawing rights ....................... -95,809
Deposit funds ............................................ 819,359
Miscellaneous liability accounts (Includes checks
outstanding etc. ) ................. ...................... -5,480,491

Total liability accounts........................... -3,502,296

ASSET ACCOUNTS (Deduct)

Cash and monetary assets:
U.S. Treasury operating cash:
Federal Reserve account............. ..... ........... 634,970
Tax and loan note accounts ............................ 10,052,454

Balance .......................................... 10,687,424

Special drawing rights:
Total holdings........................................ 37,110
SDR certificates issued to Federal Reserve Banks ....... -250,000

Balance .......... ....... ................... ..... -212,890

Reserve position on the U.S. quota in the IMF:8
U.S. subscription to International Monetary Fund:
Direct quota payments ............................. ...........
Maintenance of value adjustments ..................... -246,537
Letter of credit issued to IMF I ....................... 1,168,746
Dollar deposits with the IMF ........................... 44,457
Receivable/Payable (-) for interim maintenance of
value adjustments ................................... -737,554
Balance ............................. .............. 229,113

Loans to International Monetary Fund...................... 109,185
Other cash and monetary assets .......................... 114,308,368

Total cash and monetary assets............ 15,121,199

Miscellaneous asset accounts1.............................. 11-4,480,577

Total asset accounts...................... 10,640,622

Excess of liabilities (+) or assets (-) ..................... -14,142,918

Transactions not applied to current year's surplus or deficit
(See Schedule A for details) ............................... -926,650


Total budget financing (Financing of deficit (+) or
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See footnotes on page 3.


Transactions
net reduction of either
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Fiscal Year to Date

This Year Prior Year


::51,094,717


51,094,717


-464,117

50,630,601


$63,472,982


63,472,982


-439,857

63,033,126


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Current Fiscal Year

Beginning of
Close of
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907,701,291 968,497,408


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914,317,079


7,223,164 199,212,402


6,z60,567

974,757,974


199,355,851


43,407,436 715,104,678 775,402,123


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6,175,932

977,350,205


201,376,573


775,973,632


1,510,836 131,693 8,674,356 9,502,055 10,185,191
332,230 1,178,681 5,305,161 5,733,200 5,637,391
2,303,100 99,193 5,078,418 6,562,158 7,381,518

-373,755 -2,758,380 7,636,871 12,743,607 7,263,116

64,641,365 42,058,623 741,799,483 809,943,144 806,440,848




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-3,421,729 -6,793,700 16,887,823 3,413,640 13,466,094
-4.6.0.50' -10,083,660 20,989,700 5,701,686 16,389,110


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200,000

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1,056,451
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-161,549


4,007,082
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739,082


3,652,382
-2,818,000

834,382


3,689,492
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621,492


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-1,886,001 200,688 2,220,881 581,418 334,881
-2,064,103 -266,209 -9,503,453 -12,736,301 -11,567,555
44,457 .................................. 44,457

608,723 -14,683 -134,444 1,211,832 474,278

2,064,208 -80,204 1,393,141 3,228,236 3,457,349

313,045 200,512 301,550 505,411 614,595
-2,612,865 1,669,709 9,022,370 2,101,138 6,409,505

-4,953,792 -8,455,192 32,445,843 12,370,853 27,492,051

6,670,446 -438,624 6,181,674 17,332,697 12,852,120

1,716,654 -8,893,816 38,627,517 29,703,549 40,344,171

+62,924,711 +50,952,439 703,171,966 1780,239,595 +766,096,677

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Classification


Excess of liabilities beginning of period:
Based on composition of unified budget in preceding period.
Adjustments during current fiscal year for changes in
composition of unified budget:
Reclassification of deferred charges/credits, public
debt foreign currency securities to budgetary accounts..
Reclassification of Exchange Stabilization Fund from
a deposit fund (liability) to a budget account...........
Reclassification of deferred charges, IMF gold
restitution, to profit on the sale of gold ...............

Excess of liabilities beginning of period (current basis)......

Budget surplus (-) or deficit:
Based on composition of unified budget in prior fiscal year.
Reclassification of deferred charges/credits, public debt
foreign currency securities to budgetary accounts......
Reclassification of Exchange Stabilization Fund from a
deposit fund (liability) to a budget account .............
Reclassification of Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation
to an on-budget agency..............................
Reclassification of proceeds on sale of gold medallions ..
Reclassification of gains(-)/osses for U.S. currency
valuation adjustment ................................

Budget surplus (-) or deficit (Table III).....................

Transactions not applied to current year's surplus or deficit:
Seigniorage..........................................
Increment on gold.....................................
Proceeds from currency................................
Profit on sale of gold...................................
Net gain (-)/loss for U.S. currency valuation adjustment?..
Net gain (-)/loss for IMF loan valuation adjustment........
Off-budget Federal Agencies:
Synthetic Fuels Corporation fund1.2....................
Federal Financinc Bank ............................
Postal Ser'ce. .....................................
Rural electrutih action and telephone revulinr fmnd .......
Rural Tel-pnone Bank ................................

Total--trlnsacttons not applied to current year's
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Fiscal Year to Date


This Year


$703,162,365


.......9,601
9,601


Prior Year


$631,706,378



-80,800

-49,675

4,728


780,239,595 703,171,966 631,580,630


-15,341,832 49,228,985 43,351,839

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-64,458 -600,195 -353,028

-10,818 25,490 8,716
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347,532 347,532 -15,796

-15,069,568 49,366,061 43.237.062


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106.748
57,642
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Exc s of liabdities close -:4' period. ........................ 766.096,677"

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-678 :.' -1.588.680:
107 277 143,489-
71.923 116.734

13.558.650 7,715.377

766.)96.6.77 682.533.069


TABLE IV--SCHEDULE B--AGENCY SECURITIES, ISSUED UNDER SPECIAL
FINANCING AUTHORITIES (In thousands)


Classification


Agency securities, issued under special financing authorities:
Obligations of the United States, issued by:
Export-Import Bank.................................
Obligations guaranteed by the United States, issued by:
Department of Defense:
Family Housing Mortgages.........................
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Federal Housing Administration.....................
Department of Transportation:
Coast Guard:
Family Housing Mortgages .......................
Obligations not guaranteed by the United States, issued by:
Department of Defense:
Homeowners Assistance Mortgages..................
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Government National Mortgage Association...........
Independent Agencies:
Postal Service...................................
Tennessee Valley Authority ........................
Total agency securities..........................


Net Transactions
(-) denotes net reduction of
liability accounts


This Month




-$13,977


-10,307

-332


-20


-..0,000
-60,000

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


-84,635


Fiscal Year to Date


This Year



-$171,406


-95,155

-46,661


-175


540

-127,000


-439,857


SPrior Year


-$216,470


-93,077

-27,390


-167


Account Balances
Current Fiscal Year


Beginning of

This Year I This Month


$661,275


641,117

494,847


1,199


-12 351

-127,000 2,842,000

.......... 250,000
.......... 1,725,000


$503,845


556,268

448,518


1,044


891

2,775,000

250,000
1,725,000


-464,117 6,615,788 6,260,567


Close of
This Month




$489,868


545,961

448,186


1,025


891

2,715,000

250,000
1,725,000


6,175,932


.


,


,






TABLE IV--SCHEDULE C (MEMORANDUM)--AGENCY BORROWING FINANCED THROUGH

ISSUE OF PUBLIC DEBT SECURITIES (In thousands)


Classification


Borrowing from the Treasury:
Commodity Credit C. rp i.l.n i. ... ......................
D.C. Commissioner-. Stjlui ,,in Rin fund, Armory
Board, D.C. .......................................
Export-Import Bank of United States ....................
Federal Emergency Management Agency:
National flood insurance fund .........................
Federal Financing Bank..............................
Federal Housing 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 Communication Development Fund.................
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...............
Low-Rent Public Housing ............................
New communities guaranty:
Title IV. .........................................
Title VII.......................................
Urban renewal fund ..................................
Secretary of the Interior:
Bureau of Mines, helium fund.........................
Secretary of Transportation:
Railroad Revitalization and Improvement ................
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 BaJ.k 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


Fiscal Ye

This Month This Yea
This Year



$63,284 -8220,248


-213,300 7,200

........... -527,334
2,033,171 17,771,762



........... 6,105
...........
........... 47,550
........... ..........
103,450 912,405
........... ..........
175 1,473
43,855 99,669
1,556 52,143
........... -2,000

........... 30,000
........... 500,000
15,000 190,000

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



70,000 654,830
350,000 525,000

........... 321
........... 35,043
........... -50,000

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

........... 24,766
o........... 2........
........... 2,127,139


ar to Date

Comparable
Prior Year


Account Balances
Current Fiscal Year


$411,410

-832
73,300

298,001
13,197,319



-841

825,850
-4,000
378,950


142,790
87,196
-2,000

1,200,000
.60,000





560,000


3,225
28,793
-50,000



15
276


"-


2.467.191 22.185.824 17.209.452 128.825.138 148.543.771 151.010.962



587,112 1,866,184 1,604,990 10,066,891 11,345,963 11,933,075
6,140 9,696 60,582 89,932 93,488 99,628
........... -232,000 -67,000 1,520,000 1,288,000 1,288,000
130,000 1,400,000 1,225,000 8,935,000 10,205,000 10,335,000

723.252 3.043.880 2.823.572 20.611.823 22.932.451 23.655.703


3,190,443


25,229,704


20,033,024


149,436,961


171,476,222


174,666,665


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.


Beginning of

This Year This Month



$13,728,503 $13,444,971


79,000 299,500

854,440 327,106
82,558,597 98,297,188
2,172,655 : 172.655
1,878,166 I v7; l1,,

34,579 40,684

2,393,620 2,441,170
........... ...........
4,668,703 5,477,658
22,114 22,114
........... 1,298
7,864,742 7,920,556
527,187 577,774
110,976 108,976

2,205,718 2,235,718
1,850,000 2,350,000
620,000 795,000

2,687,325 2,687,325

525,000 525,000

1,290,170 1,875,000
........... 175,000

7,294 7,615
284,224 319,267
250,000 200,000

251,650 251,650

........... 24,766
115 115
59,882 2,187,021

20,400 20,400
150,000 150,000

1,730,078 1,730,078


--~-~-~


Close of
This Month




013,508,255


86,200

327,106
100,330,359

2,172,655
1,878,166

40,684

2,441,170
.............
5,581,108
22,114
1,473
7,964,411
579,330
108,976

2,235,718
2,350,000
810,000

2,687,325

525,000

1,945,000
525,000

7,615
319,267
200,000

251,650

24,766
115
2,187,021

20,400
150,000

1,730,078


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

..........





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


Classification




Federal Funds:
Department of Agriculture:
Agency securities .................... ............

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...............................
Housing Management:
Community disposal operations fund:
Agency securities...............................
Department of the Interior .............................
Department of Labor ..................................
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.............................
Agency securities.................................
National 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......................

Department 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.............................
Agency securities .................. .............
Federal disability insurance trust fund................
Federal hospital insurance trust fund:
Public debt securities.............................
Agency securities.................... .........
Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund....
Other ..............................................


Net Purchases or Sales (-)


This Month






-$17,930



-270
-1




-1,482

-280

6,273
562

-124,502



16,220
-4,220
839
-19,969


Fiscal Year to Date

This Year Prior Year


-p6,000

16,930



58,287
-521


3,355

45
-6,937

-2,567

65,439
562

-69,364



874,470
-25,550
9,447
-531,656


15,821 18,577


-427,888
13........59
13,859


-26,741
-530,405

36,722
73,656


-$6,000

31,500



57,545
-3,649

2,979

650
-6,584

-2,409

35,258
18,628

38,389



1,517,720

8,776
-180,033


19,359



-19,671
-449,123
-300
24,738
67,074


Securities Held as Investments
Current Fiscal Year


I-


Beginning of


This Year



$11,215

143,276



2,071,662
173,136


7,549

650
86,433

25,375

174,425
59,916

1,415,290
12,380


388
2,088,315
169,050
30,086
3,543,975

454,814



42,366
4,929,983
77,915
139,799
550,420


This Month


$5,215

178,136



2,130,219
172,616


10,904

695
80,978

23,088

233,591
59,916

1,470,428
12,380

388
2,946,565
147,720
38,694
3,032,287

457,570


15,625
4,827,466
77,915
176,521
610,217


Close of
This Month


$5,215

160,206



2,129,949
172,614


10,904

695
79,496

22,809

239,864
60,478

1,345,926
12,380

388
2,962,785
143,500
39,533
3,012,319

473,391


15,625
4,399,578
77,915
176,521
624.076


-541,767 -30,143 1,152,181 15,754,111 16,265,735 15,723,968
-1,200 -12,108 2,666 454,306 443,399 442,199

-542,967 -42,250 1,154,847 16,208,417 16,709,134 16,166,167


4 64 50 766 826 830
........... 348 105 1,340 1,688 1,688

1,148 4,912 5,238 58,475 62,239 63,387

2,928 37,975 900 1,560 36,607 39,535

........... 10 -5 30 40 40
665 16,031 -169 2,802 18,167 18,832


-1,082,187 2,378,056 189,092 23,022,453 26,482,696 25,400,509
........... .......... .......... 555,000 555,000 555,000
15,275 -3,807,974 1,938,578 7,674,322 3,851,073 3,866,348

918,098 3,053,067 1,581,511 14,606,077 16,741,046 17,659,144
........... .......... .......... 50,000 50,000 50,000
-31,772 -766,802 284,822 4,558,083 3,823,053 3,791,281
766 2,117 2,083 5,589 6,940 7,706


__ ___.._. _~~ _~1~_~~~ ~ ~ _~i_


-






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


Classification


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

Department of Labor:
"ricni[l;,,''men! trust fund .............................
O h. r .............................................

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

Department of Transportation:
Ai r .. r and airway trust fund.........................
Hign-.,. trust fund....................................
O ther............. ..................................

Department of the Treasury. ...........................
Environmental Protection Agency. ......................

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:
Federal Deposit 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..............................
Postal Service ........................................
Rural electrification and telephone revolving fund.........

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

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

Grand Total.............................................


Net Purchases or Sales (-)


Fiscal Year to Date

his Year Prior Ye,


"36,780 1 177,715


-994,646
...........


565,292
-1,700


34,810 46,255
-185 -210


222,503
-11,800


-8,230
25,850


1,399

261,721

24,128
...........


3,170
...........
-140


2,008,133

-17,935
20,225

1,213,301

2,644,009
........... I


-40,691
-1,003,405
60

-23,660
60,550


-23,965

264,387

46,458
895


1,329,869
-484
1,880
-1,006

-1,308,432

-32,351
349,881
-390
-14,534

1,310,217


95,497


-384,733
-8,576


42,112


1,141,503
-508,525
10

-25,300


-22,394

192,455

41,194
521


771,854
-1,086
1,820
360

-536,664
..........
-9,188
273,159
-1,265
239,876

4,735,191
..........


Securities Held as Investments
Current Fiscal Year


Beginning of


198,252

12,711,142
4,380


659,675
1,340


5,422,950
10,859,531
30

64,025
............


424,522

7,930,150
135,000
665,031
2,746


10,177,856
3,315
36,839
18,740

73,253,948
275,000
629,706
3,704,942
1,814
2,678,972

179,381,402
1,015.000


:339,187


14,271,080
2,680


671,120
1,315


5,159,756
9,867,926
90

48,595
34,700


399,158

7,932,816
135,000
687,361
3,641


11,504,555
2,831
38,859
17,734

69,937,383
275,000
615,290
4,034,598
1,424
1,451,137

178,047,610
1,015,000


Close of
Tins Month




-375,967

13,276,434
2,680


705,930
1,130


5,382,259
9,856.126
90

40,365
60,550


400,557

8,194,537
135,000
711,489
3,641


11,507,725
2,831
38,719
17,734

71,945,516
275,000
597,355
4,054,823
1,424
2,664,438

180,691,619
1,015,000


. 2,644,009 1,310,217 4,735,191 180,396,402 179,062,610 181,706,619


13,980 133,005 -169,835 77,615 196,640 210,620
-94,300 763,200 1,503,700 2,526,816 3,384,316 3,290,016
........... .......... -739 3,152 3,152 3,152

-80,320 896,205 1,333,126 2,607,583 3,584,108 3,503,788

-80,320 896,205 1,333,126 2,607,583 3,584,108 3,503,788


2,020,722


2,164,172


7,223,164


199,212,402


199,355,851


201,376,573


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





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

BY MONTHS OF CURRENT FISCAL YEAR (In millions)


Classification



NET RECEIPTS

Individual income taxes........
Corporation income taxes......
Social insurance taxes and
contributions:
r, .1 ..1., i.. i laxes and
.. ... ,, i ............
:' ...1... 1 .1 insurance.....
C ril ,n..i for other
insurance and retirement ...
Excise taxes..................
Estate an.i .- Il taxes...........
Customs Ju'1 .. .............
Miscellaneous receipts ........

Total--receipts this
year................
Total -receipts prior year ....

NET OUTLAYS

L-. Il- Pri'anch ............
II,.. 1., I. ........ ........
Executive Office of the
President ...................
Funds Appropriated to the
President:
International security
assistance ................
International development
assistance ................
Other ......................
Department of Agriculture:
Foreign assistance, special
export programs and
Commodity Credit
Corporation ...............
Other .....................
P r-rlI, .... i of Commerce......
i.- Ii,,.. .i, of Defense:
Military:
Department of the Army ...
Department of the Navy....
Department of Air Force...
Defense agencies...........

Total Military.........

C ivil.......................
Department of Education .......
D pi .. -.,i of F,.:r r ...........
D-.. .irti ,.r- of li- .llt .ind
Human Services:
Human Development
Services ..........
Health Care Financing
Administration:
Grants to States for
Medicaid .................
Federal h i-i i iI Ins.
Trust Fun.1 .. .........
Federal Supp. Med. Ins.
Trust Fund ..............
Other ....................
Social Security Adm.:
Assis. Pmts. Program ....
Federal Old-Age and
Survivors Insurance
Trust Fund ..............
Federal Disability Ins.
Trust Fund .............
Other ....................
Other ......................


Oct. Nov.





21,150 :20,851
1,284 1,003


9,645
1,068

570
2,778
610
654
1,163


38 9?3

33.099



72
44

7


307

158
152



351
1,434
283


3,145
3,885
4,148
1,527

12 1.05

179
1,126
746


Dec.


.;23,725
9,387


11 !11)' 10,268
1 .49 224

554 586
2,088 2,391
543 517
546 632
901 1,174


3 175 4 90 1

38,320 42,617



95 114
64 55

7 8


Jan.


30,964 :15,348
2.158 564



12,959 15,058
773 1,563

631 591
2,523 3,273
535 489
635 558
1,035 951


5? 214 38.394

41.429 37.866


388 705 172

98 83 257
67 81 100



710 1,096 2,496
1.119 2,320 2,716
305 241 184


2,828 2,942 2,946
3,527 4,077 4,042
3,561 3,549 3,797
1,685 1,712 1,639

11 r.l0 12 .21l 1'.424

276 333 267
1,454 1,010 1,583
644 949 942


495 442


1,396

2,279

1,039
712

849


9,539
1,446
1,378
-116


101
65

7


501

89
57



287
2,104
227


March April


May


S13,693 38,659 $10,496
8,586 9,371 1,011


ri


118 -578
1,683 2,123
217 246


15,446
4,660

588
3,953
647
625
1,087


June


'33,729
15,792



13,844
234

580
4,224
531
791
964


38.5141 70 688

36.071i 59.055


98
80

8


114

261
421



31
2,087
231


1 4 -1___


2,887
3,944
3,618
2,095

12 544

236
1,499
911



489


3,166
4,551
3,893
1,653

13 .23

217
1,269
626



490


1,246 1,232

2,288 2,457

1,051 1,224
687 1,401

680 677


9,805 10,039
1.422 1.416
S1.035 I 443
-2 -598


3,020
4,210
4,006
1,765

13.,011

256
1,294
902



428


1,635

2,479

1,173
718

672


9,851

1,388
834
130


3,096
4,276
4,125
2,003

13.5ipJ

243
1,475
1,223



407


1,392

2,449

1,046
669

870


9,858
1.410
864
-R.8


3,338
4,326
3,987
1,813

13.4_ .

278
949
1,491



309


1,522

2,658
1,100
681

685


11,509
1.431
776
-1,596


4.1rj4 4,335


Sept.


Fiscal
Year
To
Date


Pi08,615
49,157


121,193
11,997

5,324
29,194
4,928
5,758
9,733

445 900


Com-
arable
eriod
Prior
F.Y.


- -


24,4'.5
31.346
29.166
13,658

J98654

2,381
9,807
4,460


3,242

1,513
1,097



4,379
17,174
2,168


27,36.7
36,838
34,682
15,893

11i.781

2,286
11,657
8,433


12.131

21,442
9.660
"..058

6,28'-


89,509
12.682
8.940 .
-2.687


10,457

17,990

7,773
5,842

5,381


74,923
11,103
6.358
-2.070


"





44 6?3174.464

33.3511 61.097



104 88
45 45

11 9


$177,834
52,212


102,848
11,385

4,855
16,246
4,561
5,289
9,674



384.904



880
424

70



2,739

1,197
1,379



4,479
16,167
2,846






TABLE V--COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS

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


Classification


OUTLAYS--Continued
Department of Housing
and Urban Development .........
Department of the Interior.......
Department of Justice............
Department of Labor:
Unemployment trust fund ......
Other .......................
Department of State..............
Department of Transportation:
Highway trust fund.............
Other........................
Department of the Treasury:
Interest on the public debt .....
General revenue sharing.......
Other .......................
Environmental Protection
Agency ......................
National Aeronautics and
Space Administration ..........
Veterans Administration:
Compensation and pensions ....
National service life ..........
Government service life.......
Other........................
Independent agencies:
General Services Admin.......
Office of Personnel Manage-
ment .......................
Postal Service ...............
Small Business Administration.
Tennessee Valley Authority....
Other ind. agencies............
Undistributed offsetting receipts:
Federal employer contributions
to retirement fund ...........
Interest credited to certain
accounts............. .....
Rents and Royalties on Outer
Continental Shelf Lands ......

Total outlays--this year.....

Total outlays-prior year ........

Surplus (+) or deficit (-) this
year..........................
Surplu (+) or deficit () prior year ......


I


July Aug. Sept.


Fisal
Year
To
Date


Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. March April May June






$1,348 $922 $1,344 $1,497 $776 i1 118 i1 376 $899 -1.131
405 480 378 318 307 3t.7 342 441 314
309 190 199 226 202 205 290 199 205

1,590 1,356 1,728 1,855 1,695 1,872 1,601 1,298 1,398
1,215 806 1,155 1,089 1,008 1,025 817 954 993
266 122 162 90 133 232 239 121 143

1,083 870 824 523 566 560 514 634 835
1,007 819 940 3,150 792 984 1,013 767 822

5,959 6,069 11,886 6,216 6,990 7,093 7,175 7,819 13,198
1,701 4 (-) 1,087 56 (..) 1,139 5 -1
-374 -448 -942 -2,081 -110 -215 62 -409 -1,097

510 490 512 423 378 487 412 412 476

479 425 499 381 459 559 483 461 509

1,915 72 2,018 1,030 1,032 59 1,054 1,025 1,029
35 17 45 39 43 66 46 38 52
5 3 6 4 5 7 6 4 10
902 624 959 848 873 892 1,059 601 693

-248 167 65 -189 76 207 -212 82 104

1,460 1,441 1,531 1,426 1,422 1,457 1,590 1,530 1,594
1,250 .. 34..... 343 .......... ..... ..... ..... -250
107 345 119 87 158 227 192 140 233
191 182 202 218 144 89 215 121 120
1,208 622 1,219 1,217 473 1,317 1,027 649 1,744


-476 -435 -430 -499 -434 -498 -442 -452 -439
-223 -312 -5,772 -35 -232 -179 -221 -313 -5,993

-I'901 -531 -1 200 -2021 -172 -21. -28 -26' 2 -1.591

56 304 .48.049 56.20? 59 (r309 53 96.9 54.217 ;7 1 A,416(I 55. E, I:

47,729 46.815 43.971 47.877 47.151 46.459 51.345 50.107 46.687


-17.382 -8.874 -7 299 -6.884 -15 575 -9.593 -17 26t6,-16.094 -15.070

-14.630 -8.495 1 .1.354 -4.4481 -9.285 1-13.108 +9.751 -14.037 +12.368


See footnotes on page 3.


T


Com-
parable
Period
Prior
F.Y.





Z9,437
3,317
2,009
11,509
8,529
1,459

6,274
7,503
58,104
5,119
-3,992

4,182

3,615

8,357
371
52
7,243

84

11,157
1,677
1,506
1,237
10,844


-3,792
-11,646
-3.542


.... 428.141


1,3 .........

.... -43, 237


11.212

2.02'.
14,393
9,062
1,507

6,410
10,295
72,404
3,991
-5,614

4,100

4,256

9,234
381
51
7,451

53

13,451
1,343
1,609
1,482
9,477


-4,103






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


Current Month Fiscal Year to Date Securities held as Investments
Current Fiscal Year

Classification
Receipts Outlays Excess Receipts Outlays Excess Beginning of Close of
This Month
This Year This Month


Trust receipts, outlays, and invest-
ments held:
Airport and airway ...............
Black lung disability trust fund .....
Federal Deposit Insurance Corp....
Federal disability insurance .......
Federal employees life and health
benefits .........................
Federal employees retirement .....
Federal hospital insurance..........
Federal old-age and survivors
insurance.......................
Federal supplementary medical
insurance.......................
General Revenue Sharing ..........
Highway .........................
Military assistance advances.......
Railroad retirement ..............
Unemployment....................
Veterans life insurance............
All other trust....................

Trust fund receipts and outlays
on the basis of Table III and
investments held from
Table IV D ..................

Interfund receipts offset against
trust fund outlays ................

Total trust fund receipts and
outlays .......................

Federal fund receipts and outlays on
the basis of Table III...............
Interfund receipts offset against
Federal fund outlays .............

Total Federal fund receipts and
outlays .......................

Total interfund receipts and outlays...

Net budget receipts and outlays ......


$16
13

1,342

321
2,901

9,622

258

565

-21
234

32


15,282


7,209


-$201
14
-3
1,280

-3
-1,703
1,988

9,163

277
-1
400
-41
383
990
-297
12



12,257


7,209


$217
-1
3
63

3
2,024
913

459

-19
1
165
41
-403
-756
297
20



3,026


$19
179

8,395


2,930
22,197

88,847

2,389
4,570
4,607

1,755
11,997

161


$57
176
-1,331
12,161

-293
4,228
19,089

84,677

3,120
3,991
5,518
760
3,289
12,111
-284
-181


148,046 147,090


27,336


27,336


-$38
3
1,331
-3,766

293
-1,298
3,108

4,170

-731
578
-911
-760
-1,534
-114
284
342


22.492 19,467 3,026 175,382 174,426 957


55,406 43,361 12,045 302,424 352,745 -50,322

7 7 ....... 85 85 ........


55,413 43,368 12,045 302,509 352,831 -50,322

-7,216 -7,216 ....... -31,991 -31,991 ........


70,688


55,619


15,070


445,900 495,266


-49,366


______ -- ---- i ____________


$5,423

10,178
7,674

4,336
74,247
14,656

23,577

4,558

10,860

2,679
12,711
9,155
342



180,396


$5,160
..........i
11,505
3,851

4,651
70,946
16,791

27,038

3,823
..........
9,868
..........
1,451
14,271
9,154
553


179,063


$5,382

11,508
3,866

4,654
72,990
17,709

25,956

3,791
............
9,856
............
2,664
13,276
9,442
610


181,707


i ________ ___________


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 $4, 570 million in Federal funds transferred to trust funds for general revenue sharing.

See footnotes on page 3.






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


Classification




NET RECEIPTS

Individual income taxes.........................................................
Corporation 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 ..............................................................
International affairs...........................................................
General science, space, and technology ........................................
Emit ri. ...................................................................
Naur.,i resources and environment...........................................
Agriculture ..................................................................
Commerce and housing credit.................................................
Transportation ...................................................... .........
Community and regional development ..........................................
Education, training, employment and social services...........................,.
Health ...................................................................
Incom e security ..............................................................
Veterans benefits and services ................................................
Adm inistration of justice ......................................................
General government ........................................................
General purpose fiscal assistance ..............................................
Interest.....................................................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts.............. ...................................

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


Budget Receipts and Outlays


This Month




833,729,045
15,792,443

13,843,964
233,641
579,523
4 ??3.r95
'-.31 051

964,234
70,688,417


13,838,705
1,372,544
609,065
1,319,106
1,140,307
274,215
860,252
1,840,759
928,285
2,131,482
6,122,528
18,806,864
1,785,962
388,123
505,631
44,019
11,674,110
-8,023,108

55,618,849


Fiscal Year Comparable Period
To Date Prior Fiscal Year


?4)..ri'-7'.
4*i, l .7 rn.

121,193,275
11,996,850
5,324,150
29,193,953
4,928,413
5,758,147
9,732,611
445,899,620


117,462,559
8,906,031
5,068,975
7,779,691
10,293,480
5,554,611
4,393,935
17,734,813
7,329,130
23,558,988
50,746,410
168,011,546
17,141,398
3,540,693
3,640,457
5,179,984
62,669,992
-23,747,012

495,265,680


$177,833,950
52,212,257

102,847,748
11,385,317
4,854,981
16,246,174
4,561,015
5,288,692
9,673,637
384,903,772


100,879,535
7,583,863
4,548,997
4,678,574
10,217,738
5,513,323
6,950,977
15,036,915
7,294,937
23,808,512
42,942,152
138,742,034
16,045,828
3,451,207
3,183,468
6,280,935
50,011,413
-19,029,576

428,140,834


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