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Monthly Treasury Statement of

Receipts and Outlays of the United States Government



This issue of the "Monthly Treasury Statement of Receipts and Outlays of the United
States Government" incorporates for the first time a budget and an off-budget surplus or
deficit to arrive at a "total surplus or deficit" for the Federal Government.

Basic among the changes is the presentation of the net outlay transactions of the off-
budget Federal entities (certain Federally owned and controlled entities, whose fiscal activi-
ties have been excluded from budget authority and budget outlays by law). Prior to this
month's Statement, the off-budget Federal entities' outlay transactions were shown in
Table IV, Schedule A, "Analysis of Change in Excess of Liabilities". The outlays of these
entities are now reflected at the end of Table III, "Receipts and Outlays", and added to the
budget surplus or deficit to arrive at a total Federal Government surplus or deficit. Accord-
ingly, other summary tables and the comparable prior year data in this month's Statement
have been modified to include new lines for the total activity of off-budget Federal entities
and the off-budget surplus or deficit, where applicable.

By presenting an off-budget surplus or deficit to derive a total surplus or deficit, the
Monthly Treasury Statement is more consistent with the budget document of the U.S. Gov-
ernment. Unified budget concepts and the manner by which the budget surplus or deficit is
determined have not changed.

Finally, unrelated to the basic changes, this month's Statement now states amounts for
all detailed tables in millions of dollars.






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Monthly Treasury Statement of


Receipts and Outlays of the United States Government

for the fiscal year through October 31, 1981

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


Total Budget and Off-Budget Results


Means of Financing


Total
S Budget
(irII and
Means f-i. j I.
,. t,, ,n


C u rr -,i .1,m l.lrh r f, 1 .1 ,
Actual 1982 tone month) ............

Comparative data:
Actual 1981 tone month)............
Actual 19H1 ,i Ii year).............
Estimated 1',*- ... .


4? 4- .: 1. .; 1" 1',.,
45,467 63.573 1 -18,105

38.923 55,843 -16 921
602.612 660,544 -57,932
666,250 709,339 -43,089


-644 -18 749 10,374
-644 -18,749 10,374


-246 -16.675 4,758 8,488
-21.005 79,329 -1.878
-18.565 -. -I 60.000 ..............


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


Actual
This Month


Actual
This Fiscal
Year to Date


Actual
Comparable
Prior Period


BUDGET RECEIPTS

Individual income taxes ...... .................... .
i .,rp-.ral r i -~n )me taxes ...................................
._ ,:, 1i Ir,' r .ar e taxes and contributions:
Fmplomment "ixes and contributions ........................
L ner-.pi. rn-nr insurance ................... ...........
Contributions for other insurance and retirement...........
Excise taxes ...... ..................................... .
Estate ani :ifi i.i es ...................... ............. .
Custom s luai ,. ......... .......... .... .. ............
Miscellaneous receipts ................... ..................

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

BUDGET OUTLAYS

L i a-1 i-ranch .. .......... ............... .........
Tre i ls .i an .. .... ............................. ... ....
Executive Office of the President..........................
Funi, Apprr.rrij'.-l to the President:
Int, rrli r...rl* -, rclrity assistance ...........................
International development assistance.......................
O their ............................... ........
Department of Agriculture .. ..............................
rl rpin,,in of Commerce ................... .. ..........
parzrvn r,' of Defense '.1il r' ............................
r p.rtn',-,rl of Defense- Ci- .......
I-p in,, rI of Education .... .............. ...............
[Erp-ir.n ni f En r ........... ...........................
D0-par in.-n.l ,r Hr ilil, and Human Services...................
Department of Housing and Urban Development .................
Department of the Interior .... ..............................
Department of Justice ......................................
Department of Labor................... .....................
Department of State ........................................
Department of Tr ir. ..ri .l .r ........ .
DI-,r'itr.,i-ni of t.r, Tre .,r,
u.-r. r r revenue -h-rirn, .......... .........
Interest on the .ii,- .1.t ...
Other.............................. ...............
Environmental Protection Agency ............................
National Aeronautics and Space Administration ...............
Veterans Administration...................................
Other independent ncie ................ .... .......
Allowances, ..rlni .irit u .. .... ............... .............. ..
Undistributed offsetting receipts:
Federal employer contributions to retirement funds ..........
Interest on certain Government accounts ....................
Rents and royalties on the Outer Continental Shelf lands.......

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

Budget surplus (+) or deficit (-)................

L'if-L'.rLtt -urplu- I ,1 tl i .


'22,555
1,265


.22,555
1,265


14,315 14.315
439 439
616 616
3,486 3,486
643 643
784 784
1,365 1,365

45,467 45,467


97
46
9

299
182
50
: 14

14,351
290
1,269
1,004
21,249
1,766
355
220
1.705
250
1,771


97
46
9

299
182
50
3,146
212
14 151

1,269
1,004
21,249
1,766
355
220
1,705
250
1,771


1,144 1,144
7,975 7,975
-851 -851
577 577
658 658
3,010 3,010
3,827 3.827
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-530
-251
-258

63,573


-18,105


-530
-251
-258

63,573


-18,105


-1 74'i


T.-L .,urplus i or tli all -1 -

See footnotes on page 3.

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


Period


Budget i_. i
Receipts t ('O I -.


Deficit
ore
Deficit (-)


Off-Budget
Surplus (+)
or
Deficit (-)


Total
Surplus (,)
or
Deficit (-)


By
Borrowing
from the
Public


By Reduction
of Cash
and Monetary
Assets
increase (-I


Classification


I I,
18,749

16.675
78,936
61.654


Budget
Estimates
Full Fiscal Year


188,480
18 227

47.541
7.405
7.864
14,924

666,250


?21,150
1,284

I ',"
570
2,778
610
654
1,163

38,923k


307
157
176
1,785
251
12,705
179
1.126
746
19,017
1,348
405
309
2,806
266
2,122

1,701

510
479
2,857
3,968


-476
-223
-2,462
55,8431


-16,921


2.785
2,097
967
1 *,0
181,800
2,721
13,499
10,416
253.015
14,016
3,079
2,505
26,539


4.010
114,200
-10,096
5,141
5,634
23,847
35,248
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Current Fiscal Year

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LIABILITII ACCOUNTS

Borrowing from the public:
Public debt securities, issued under general financial
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Obljo'-irTn- i-f the United States, issued by:
I nJii d Slaies Treasury ............................
Federal Financing Bank ............................

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

A.ene, .-ecui rles i-sud under special financing
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Total federal securities .........................

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Federal securities held as investments of
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Total borrowing from the public...................

Accrued interest payable to the public .....................
Allocations of special drawing rights ......................
Deposit funds ...........................................
Miscellaneous liability accounts (Includes checks
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Total liability accounts...........................

ASSET ACCOUNTS (Deduct)

Cash and monetary assets:
U. S. Treasury operating cash:
Federal Reserve account .............................
Tax and loan note accounts ...........................

Balance...........................................

Special drawing rights:
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SDR certi, f.h.: s issued to Federal Reserve Banks.......

Balance.........................................

Reserve position on the U.S. quota in the IMF:
U. S. subscription to International Monetary Fund:
Direct quota payments ............................
Maintenance of value adjustments ...................
Letter of credit issued to IMF .......................
Dollar deposits with the IMF .........................
Receivable Pa.;ale (-) for interim maintenance of
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Balance..........................................

Loans to International Monetary Fund....................
Other cash and monetary assets.........................

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

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

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

Excess of liabilities (+) or assets (-) ......................

Transactions not applii-d it current year's surplus or deficit
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Month This Year Prior Year


Excess of liabilities beginning of period:
Based on composition of unified budget in preceding period. $782,009 $782,009 $703,162
Adjustments during current fiscal year for changes in
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Reclassification of outer continental shelf bid deposits... .......... .......... 561
Reclassification of deferred charges, IMF gold
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Excess of liabilities beginning of period (current basis)...... 782,009 782,009 703,733

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Reclassification of gains(-) losses for U.S. currency
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Reclassification of outer continental shelf bid deposits... ........... .......... -561

Budget surplus (-) or deficit (Table III)..................... 18,105 18,105 16,921

Off-budget surplus (-) or deficit (Table HI) ................. 644 644 -246

Total surplus (-) or deficit (Table III)...................... 18,749 18,749 16,675

Transactions not applied to current year's surplus or deficit:
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Increment on gold......................................... ........
Proceeds from currency ...................... ...... ........
Profit on sale of gold. ................................ ......... -76
Net gain (-) loss for IMF loan valuation adjustment........ .... ..........

Total--transactions not applied to current year's
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Excess of liabilities close of period ....................... 800,726 800,726 720,287





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Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of C f
This Month I loseo
TTh.l '. r Pr ...-r 'i- ..r Tr,,_ic r T .:.,- This M month

Agency securities issued under special financing authorities:
Obligations of the United States, issued by
Export-Import Bank .................................. -.10 -10 -S13 M446 $446 $436
C(:l.i:r-...- ,.-aaranteed by the United States, issued by:
i-I jrn..- r.r of Defense
F. n, I ,, ................ -2 -2 -5 516 516 514
-'lcp' i r' I f i ,.'1 H ..J-ir,,; iil I rlo i. i j r -t.pm ent:
Fe.Jrral H .u ,.r- A.ini- r .--r. ......... ...... -5 -5 -5 432 432 427
l .J r]n, r.' '.I T r ..- i r ...
Coast Guard:
Family Housing M4nrtgrs. .................... .........1 1
Obligations not guarantc 1 i ;'r i united States, issued by:
Department of Defense:
Homeowners Assistance Mortgages................. ( ...... 1 1 1
Department of It.., in.: and Urban Development:
Government 'rj-il Mortgage Association........... .......... ......... ........ 2,715 2,715 2,715
Independent Agencies
Postal Service ............................. .... ..... .. ... ...... ......... 250 250 250
Tennessee Valley Authority.......................... .................. 1725 1,725 1,725

Total agency securities .......................... -17 -17 -24 6,086 6,086 6,069

See footnotes on page 3.





TABLE IV--SCHEDULE C (MEMORANDUM)-AGENCY BORROWING FINANCED THROUGH
ISSUE OF PUBLIC DEBT SECURITIES (In millions)


Account Balances
Transactions Current Fiscal Year


Classification


rF; 1 v ,i .'l.i
This Month
T Ii I '1 II


Borr.- ..in. from the Trr i-ur'
Ccrmnm-'ldit Credit C--rj.rl'rii i .............. ... .... ....
D.C. Commissioners: Stadium sinking fund, Armory
Board, D. C........................................
Expurt-imp.rt BanK of United States......................
Fcde-r:l En.r: r ,n:. M :r.-i. n.n Agency:
N.iin,.ru l i, i-.1 ii'r.n.i I lr.l ...........................
Federal Financing Bank .................................
Federal Housing Administration:
General insurance ............................ ......
Sp-cial risI. insurance................................
Genr.il 5 rn, La Administration:
Pennsylvania Avenue Develop-i. nlt i.:.ir[-rar. i.,n...........
Government National Mortgage A .c I t--n
Emerrcn.:. r,-n,. purchase assistance fund ..............
Manihem.nt and liquwdtl n_ fln:ltions..................
Sp. ifll a. ,itni r iun li-n,... ................ ...... .
International Communication Agency ......................
Rural Communication Development Fund ..................
Rural Electrification Administration......................
Rural Telephone Bank...................................
Saint Lawre-n.-: Seriw.,. D'..-l..pmentl Corporation ..........
Secretary of A-riculure. rarm: rs Home Administration:
Rural holutiin insur.n. fun.1 .........................
ALricujrurl i. redit in-urincr- lun ......................
Rurt- dev-eloprment 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 Minei. nelumn fund ..........................
Se cretary of T rinsp-ri.nltin
Rajl rc.d Re? nltjizatcjl n in- Impri ..-.nt-nt ................
Ra-l Ser.,- A.ssstan'i ..............................
R.gi]rnaJ Rtil Re--Lrcaunzati-.r. .........................
Small Busina., A.aminilratiln. Di-ilalr Lani
Fund ................................................
Smtlhsoniin Institution
Jorhn F. K.nned, C.-nt!i r parklnI iac liti ...............
Tennes,,e i il-i1 Autnorit ........... ... ....... ......
VeierCi.s Adrniruli-ratiin
V'ele nrar d r.:- loan pr cr .rant ................... ...


816 3816


87 87


854


164


35
5


-100

15


854


164

35
5


-100

15


p.- -." .:.f

T i.,- r Ti'. '.1. r.l


?286 ,14,374


195

16
1.344


48

46


40





20


19


S14 374


19


357 357
107,309 107,309


2,188
1,959

52

2,329

5,968

3
7,865
624
111

2,236
2,350
885

2,687


2,188
1,959


2,329

5,968

3
7,865
624
111

2,236
2,350
885

2,687


700 700


150 150
425 425


1


80 2,095
50 25


2,095
25


1 25


Tfraj B-rr. in Tr,..m tre frealr ......... ......

B-"o.i- mrr ..r ith. Federal Fnjn-, in Blan


Expert -lmp"rt BPinx f the LUnit,.l S tl -: ..... ...... .. ..........
NationaJ Credit LUnion AdninLn, rit n ......... ... .. ..... ... -4
Po tal Se rnc .......................................... .....
Tennessee Ville., Auth'ritv .............................. 2A.

Ttal Bojr,- rr,.m tIh. 'tlrdl ra i in.-ln ........... .... .

Total .gencv Bajrro) aLnt itnan,:ed Ir,-r-lci,
Isuei 0 ,. Public DetL. S te urli._ ........... ........ ... -' lI


4



__ =,


-4

2 l


21 b 4 2. i.li


101

I1 8i74
I.: ti 4


12 +19
101
1 288
lu i874
:Jr '


lt lI'-.:, 1 tr.'.


Note: Includes only amounts loaned to Federal Acrncip in lieu of Agency Debt issuance and excludes Federal Financing Bank purchase of loans made or
guaranteed by Federal Agencies. The TFed ril Fr iin, n 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.

See footnotes on page 3.


Close of
This Month




S15,190


106

357
108,163
2.188
1.959

52

2.329

6.132
.......... ..
4
7,900
629
111


2,687

700

2,245
450


20
li73

1 731:

. f ~





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


Net Purchases or Sales (-) Securities Held as Investments
Current Fiscal Year

Classification
Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of Close of
This Month This Month
Thir ''r Pr._.r Ydr Thi. Yejr Trs M.. This Month

Federal Funds:
Departmer A .,.irur.
Agency r j,.: ............ ................. .......... .......... .... .... $5 $5 $5

Department of Commerce .................................. 2 2 2


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:
A nc nr .. ...i- ......... .
i r i : nl,- i'lun:r i ion fund:
P i...L. i J hr 1 irli, ..........................
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 ...........................
AQ?'nrv c ric rities...............................
.It : l a I.,thJ .- h Il
Community disposal operations fund:
A --,, securities.................................
'- : r' rr f 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 Qc-inre Public i-1 u .. .. ............ ........
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.......................


-1



8


-2





-4
.1
13


-1i


i-1


8 8
S .


-2




-4
--'


- 2 -23
-l -I

-: -2:.


-4




420

-.. .4


-J32
-I

- '24


2,192
169


11

1
73

22

262
64

1,395
12



4.082
ly3
3 13
i ]I.jl


1; 327:
4.11
45 ]E2


2,117
169


11

1
72

22

270
64

1,393
12



4.082
194
213
3 169


1,395
12


4.082
4.082


4 57
7k
:.6')

1 327
43I

I' 7/.'


4 573
78
153
670

17 303
434

17 737



1
2


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 .................. ........
A'-: ncv securities ................................
I. i disability insurance trust fund.................
Federal hospital insurance trust fund:
Public debt securities................. .......... .
securities ................................
I i .: supplementaryy medical insurance trust fund ....
Other. ................... ............ ...........

See footnotes on page 3.


-749

-131

-199
89...
89


-749
-131
-131


677

--3,495


-199 -561

89 -52


25



22.700
555
3,392

18.141
50
3,821
8


22,700
555
3,392

18,141
50
3,821
8


21,951
555
3,261

17,942
50
3,910
8





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


Net Purchases or Sales (-)


Securities Held as Investments
Current Fiscal Year


Classification


This Month


Fiscal Year to Date


Beginning of


This Year Prior Year This Year This Month
.... .... ....... .. ...


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

D p..rti. -ri .f labor:
L nri i. I .r!. n', trust fund ............................
Ch r.i r .. .. ..... ................................

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

Department of Transportation:
Airport and airway trust fund .........................
Hir,..., trust fund .................................
OlmCi ................. ..............................

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

Veterans Administration:
Government life insurance fund .......................
National service life insurance fund:
Public debt securities..............................
Agency securities................................
Veterans ".- i 1 life insurance fund ...................
General P-i F anl National Homes ....................

Independent Agencies:
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.................
General Services Administration ......................
Harry S. Truman Memorial Scholarship Trust Fund .....
liarn-Lnit..1 S s a. Friendship Commission............
Ofl .. .1 F'.-r',inn:. l MNmagement:
Civil service retirement and disability fund:
Public debt securities............................
Aeencv securities ................................
E napl.... health benefits fund ......................
Enl P :f in r,-urance fund ......................
Pt-i rr1 ri. i health benefits fund...............
iuil r...1 Ii. ilr n r Board ...........................
Other ............................................

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


-340 -t40


-694



2



-151
-159

-9
25


-694


2


-151
-159


-9
25


-3 -3


-19


-19


-71
-417

-9


-5 388


-24

. ....


31 11.894
3
39
18


-857

12
11

-433

-3,296


Total trust funds................................. --3.296


Off .ud.l-- Federal agencies:
F.-d. ral Financing Bank ................................ .....
Postal Service ........................................
Rural electrification and telephone revolving fund ........ ......

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

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

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


-857 -718
.. .... .........
12 47
11 34

-433 -351

-3,296 -5.220


-3,296 -5.220
-3,296 -5,220


117 117


117 117

117 117


11
1,240


-3.204 -3.204 -4.293 209.507 209,507 206.303


Note: Investments are in Public Debt Securities unless otherwise noted.
See footnotes on page 3.


Close of
This Month


S369


13.527
3


12,833
3


A409


13,527
3


4.712
9,186


70
136


4,712
9,186


4.561
9.027


8,072
135
710
4


8.072
135
710
4


8.052
135
710
4


11,894
3
39
18


83.731
275
613
4,180
1
1.943
1
188,745
1,015

189,760


1.982
3

1.985
1.985


83.731
275
613
4,180
1
1,943
1
188,745
1,015

189.760


1.982
3

1,985
1.985


11.902
3
39
18


82.874
275
625
4.191
1
1,510
1
185,448
1.015

186.463



2.099
3

2.102
2.102






TABLE V--COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS
BY MONTHS OF CURRENT FISCAL YEAR (In millions)


'i. A4. i


NET RECEIPTS
Individual income taxes........ :..
Corporation income taxes ...... .r
Social insurance taxes and
contributions:
Employment taxes and
contributions .............. 14 1:
Unemployment insurance..... .
Contributions for other
insurance and retirement ... 616
Excise taxes.................. 3.486
Estate and gift taxes........... 643
Customs duties ............... 784
Miscellaneous receipts ........

Total--receipts this
year................ 4, "
Toa)-receipt prior, yar ...

NET OUTLAYS

L :.i 'j,. branch............ .
TI ji -.. .. .................. 4r.
Executive Office of the
President ..................
Funds Appropriated to the
President:
International security
assistance ............... 29-.
International development
assistance ............... 1
Other ..................... :
Department of Agriculture:
Foreign assistance, special
export programs and
S Credit

Other...................... .
Department of Commerce ......
Department of Defense
Military:
Department of the Army ...
Department of the Navy.... -:
Department of Air Force... 4 : -
Defense agencies .......... I 'r.

Total Military......... !4 -1


212 a:. 21.150
I ': 1,284



14,315 9,645
439 1.068

616 570
3,486 2.778
643 610
784 654
.1 36









e. +


3F 3 34
l :.l251


3 J'. 3 145
S44i 3 865'
4,532 4,148
1,926 1,527

14 3 11 12 '-,-

,-.4 179
I I.' 1 12r.
I i'4 ;-4


Civil....................... :
Department of Education ....... I
Department of F -r:-. I 1
Department of it. in. j.i
Human Services:
Human Development
Services ................... 369
health Care Financing
Administration:
Grants to States for
Medicaid ................ 1,410
Federal Hospital Ins.
Trust Fund .............. 2,678
Federal -i.. Med. Ins.
Trust F.ir 1 ............. 1,258
Other .................... 1,027
So Jl ;-..r., Adn.:
.::.: Program .... 708
Federal Old-Age and
Survivors Insurance
Trust Fund .............. 11,006
Federal Disability Ins.
Trust Fund ............. 1.527

.'- r


369 495



1,410 1,396
2.678 2,279

1.258 1.039
1,027 712

708 849

11,006 9.539

1,527 1.446
1 15 1 371
-^"., -11'


F,:.. l C ...,.
.r r li..iV

F


Di- i% F M j ,:r, :.1


---------------- I---





TABLE V--COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS
BY MONTHS OF CURRENT FISCAL YEAR (In millions)--Continued


Classification Oct. Nov. Dec. J,



uO TL.\ St -t i.nir,,r d
Departintril f1 lh ,u-
and Urban D, l.pr n r i .. ...... 1.76
Department of the Interior........ 355
Department of Justice............. 220
Department of Labor:
Unemployment trust fund ....... 1.150
Other......................... 555
Departint rn of State............... 250
Depar nit ni of Transportation:
HiL'h .1 trust fund............. 753
Oth rr ........................ 1,018
Department of the Treasury:
Interest on the public debt ...... 7,975
General revenue sharing........ 1,144
Other ........................ -851
Environmental Protection
Agency.......................... 577
National Aeronautics and
Space Administration............. 658
Veterans Administration:
Compensation and pensions ..... 2,031
National service life ........... 29
Government service life........ 4
Other......................... 946
Independent Agencies:
General Services Admin ....... 110
Office of Personnel Manage-
ment......................... i 1657
Postal Service................. 217
Small Business Administration.. 402
Tennessee Valley Authority..... 236
Other ind. agencies............ 1,205
Undisir it-utl-d -l' -if s-tlr r i pti
Federal -n.pl.-'. r c...rd i .buti..|.
to rlt.rcnri lunr ............. 1 -530
Interest credited to certain
accounts ..................... -251
Rents and Royalties on Outer
Continental Shelf Lands........ -258
Totals-this year:
Budget outlays................. i i72
Budget surplus (*) or deficit (-) -118 10:.
OlI-lDui.t- surplus (-) or
dil irl ,-) ................... -644
Total surplus (+) or deficit (-)... -I 749
-7- L--


Totar-prior year
Budget outys ....................
Budget surplus (+i or deficit (q .........
Off-budget surplus i+ or deficit ( ......
Total surplus +) or deficit (-) ..........


Com-
Fiscal
in. Feb. March April May June July Aug. Sept. Year Period
To Perior
Dae F.Y.


S1.766 1,348
355 405
220 309
1,150 1,590
555 1.215
250 266
753 1.083
1.018 1,039
7.975 i 5.959
1,144 1.701
-851 -297
577 510
658 479
2,031 1,915
29 35
4 5
946 902
110 -248
1,657 1.460
217 1.250
402 107
236 191
1,205 1.208

-530 -476
-251 -223

-258 -2,462


],7 -
I -1 10


I -1I 7 4C


I II. v. .
.1 'a "l J') -- I ---;-----[ ;--1 I I I'-~ "
--- -- 4 .

L "- ---I I .. .:
..'.I -- --- ----- I i -- ---- -. I4'I


_ ~_C


--


_ r


I_





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


Fiscal Year to Date


Securities held as Investments
Current Fiscal Year


Classification


Receipts Outlays Excess


Trust receipts, l ..u,. and invest-
ment held:
Airport and airway ...............
Black lung disability trust fund......
Federal D:ip.-i- insurance Corp.....
Federal .11: vl, ,. insurance ........
Federal employees life and health
benefits........................
Federal employees retirement......
Federal h.. pi .l insurance..........
Federal I.:- r.: and survivors
insurance........................
Federal supplementary medical
insurance ........................
General Revenue Sharing ...........
Highway ..........................
Military assistance advances........
Railroad retirement ...............
'rn- n:pl '. nit: rf .....................
r'ran- Il.: 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 ( ulj. I .................

Total trust fund receipts and
,uli i :'. ................ .....

Federal fund receipts and outlays on
the basis of Table III................
[nterfund r-.: pli ..rffset against
Federal funri r ula, .. ........

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

Total interfund receipts and outlays....

.-I C 1,, rlt !-.' ipi5 arc ,utll.j -_


$24

1,372


300
2,676

10,213

315

575

54
439

29


'138
124
2
1,503

5
1,165
2,628

10,800

217
1,144
748
232
427
1,088
31
12


-5138
-101
-2
-131

-5
-865
48

-587

98
-1,144
-173
-232
-373
-649
-31
17


Receipts COulj is Excess


S24

1,372


300
2,676

10,213

315

575

54
439

29


$138
124
2
1,503

5
1,165
2,628

10,800

217
1,144
748
232
427
1,088
31
12


-5138
-101
-2
-131

-5
-865
48

-587

98
-1,144
-173
-232
-373
-649
-31
17


15,996 20,265 -4.269 15,996 20.265 -4,269 189,760


1,895 1,895 ....... 1,895 1,895 ......

17,891 22,160 -4,269 17,891 22,160 -4,269


29,471 43,307 -13,837 29,471 43,307 -13,837

117 117 117 117 .......


29,588 43,424 -13,837 29,588 43,424 -13,837

-2,012 -2,012 ....... -2,012 -2,012 .

4j. ..7 .' ".7 -1 V1'.'.. 4 4.' 7 63 573 -18 10'.


Beginning of Close of

This Year Trs .i This Month



84,712 4,712 $4,561

11,894 11,894 11,902
3,392 3,392 3,261

4,795 4,795 4,818
84,952 84,952 84,097
18,191 18,191 17,992

23,255 23,255 22,506

3,821 3,821 3,910

9,186 9.186 9,027

1,943 1,943 1,510
13,527 13,527 12,833
9,305 9,305 9,282
787 787 765


189,760 186,463


Note: Interfund receipts and outlays are transactions between Federal funds and trust funds, such as, Federal payments and contributions,
Federal r nipl.' r 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.


Current Month






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


Receipts and Outlays
Receipts and Outlays


Classification


This Month


NET RECEIPTS

Individual income taxes.................................................... .....
Curp'r.Ti'on aro.me taxes........................ .......... .............
Social in'urnr.- taxes and contributions:
Emnpl ni ni t axes and contributions ................... ............... .......
('ntenpli! nl 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 ..........................................
Energy r .................. ...................................................
Natural resources and environment............................................
Agriculture ..................................................................
Commerce and housing credit.............................................
Transportation ...............................................................
Community and regional development ............................................
Educan.,:n. training, employment and social services.............................
Health ....................................................................
Incom e security ...............................................................
Veterans benefits and services.................. .............................
Administration of justice .......................................................
General government...................................................... .....
General purpose fiscal assistance ...............................................
Interest...................... .............................................. .
Undistributed offsetting receipts................................................

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


22,555
1.265

14,315
439
616
3.486
643
784
1,365

45.467


14.722
1.019
830
1,276
1,562
820
1,154
1,727
990
2,655
6,276
20,847
3,013
387
508
1,314
6,157
-1,039

64,216


Fiscal Year I Comparable Period
To )Date Prior Fiscal Year


'22,555
1,265

14,315
439
616
3,486
643
784
1.365

45.467


9.645
1,068
570
2,778
610
654
1,163

38,923


14,722
1.019
830
1,276
1,562
820
1,154
1,727
990
2,655
6,276
20.847
3,013
387
508
1,314


64-216
64,216


13,040
1,008
588
722
1,374
221
188
2.066
935
2,947
5,432
19,980
2.859
466
68
1,976
4,887
-3,160

55,598


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