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Monthly Treasury Statement


Receipts and Outlays of the United State

for the fiscal year through March 31, 1982

TABLE I--TOTALS OF BUDGET AND OFF-BUDGET RESULTS AND Fl

Total Budget and Off-Budget Results


Period


Current month IMarcn 19821 .........
Actual 1982 Isli months ............


Budget Off-Budget Total
Budget Budget Surplus i+) Surplus i Surplus (+)
ReceipLt Outlays or or or
Deficit (-) Deficit (-) Deficit (-)


S45.291 63.546 -;18 2i5
289,590 361,503 -71.912


Comparative data
Actual 1981 Isix months .......... 260,635 325.821 -65.187 -i..54
Actual 1981 (full year)............ 599,272 657.204 -57.932 -21. 005
Estimated 1982 .................... 628,365 728.860 -100.495 -20,886
Estimated 1983 .................... 665.098 67,00 -101 908 -15 77r


By
Borrowing
from the
Public


Means of Finai

By Reduction
of Cash
and '.- nt eLr.
Increase (-)


-'518 -i16.773 .1 1- j
-5.532 -77 4-5 48.3".


- i3.73.
-78,93.
-121 .l)


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71 329
118.394
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.. ........


Total
B' Budget
UO'.rr and
Means Off-budget
Financing

-:V 16 .
4.71') 7"

7. 6t1 7
1 48:. ,
-714 1'1.3W,
11- i4


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


Classification


Actual
Comparable
Prior Period


Budget
Estimates
Full Fiscal Year'


BUDGET RECEIPTS
Individual income taxes .....................................
Corporation income taxes ............. ..................
Social Insurance taxes and contributions
Employment taxes and contributions.... .. ...........
Unemployment insurance ........... .................
Contribution for other insurance and retirement ..........
Excise taxes.........................................
Estate and gift taxes ..... ...............................
Customs duties......................................
Miscellaneous receipts ............... ........ ........

TOTAL...........................................

BUDGET 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 ................................
Other. ............................................
Environmental Protection Agency ..........................
National Aeronautics and Space Adminstration ...............
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 Shell lands...
TOTAL......................................

BUDGET SURPLUS (+) OR DEFICIT (-)......
Off-budget surplus (+) or deficit (-)..........................
Total surplus () or deficit (-) ..............................


$13,391
6,910
18,228
130
395
3.182
787
812
1,457


137.144
22,905 ,
86,297
4,691
2,052
19.629
4.151
4.448
8.233


$125,730
22,983
"4.10I
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1,956
17,263
3,265
3 r87
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1 I,'.
40,711
7,552
8,873
15,875


45,291 289,590 260,635 628,365


118 681 590 1,502
99 351 318 730
8 48 48 92
473 1,877 1,932 3,761
324 1,113 973 2,352
1781 981 614 526
4,394 22,62 16,433 :.
165 1.047 1,152 149
16,042 8M.184 74,818 182,731
215 1,440 1,508 2. 911
1,059 7,638 7.041 :5 15')
832 4,001 4.81" A 911
21,628 123,309 10 i: 'j 252,406
883 7,241 ". j 14,614
292 1,897 "25 ?
243 1,272 1. I 1 2.r,
3 137 13 813 16,394 C0 i77
141 1,116 1,004 2 15
1,206 9.7i66 12,424 ', *."
1 2,285 2.K4- 4,570
8,800 5V.629 44 211 115,800
-1 202 -5.4.8 -4 171j -10,908
426 2,591 2.8'i ", I
5?4 3 18, 2,802 8:7
2 269 12.013 11,502 '4 1.4
2 970 16.37e 18,512 4 7"H
..................... ..................... ...................... -355

-503 -3.059 -2,770 -7 '.,
-192 --.,.97 -6,753 -!. :.8:i
-984 -4,136 -4,781 -8,128

63,546 361,503 325,821 728,860

-18,265 -71,912, -65,187 -100,495
-518 -5,532 -8,546 -20,885

-18,7731 -77,445 -73,733 -121,380


See footnotes on page 3.
Source: Bureau of Government Financial Operations, Department of the Treasury.


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(Assets and Liabilities
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LIABILITY ACCOUNTS

Borroaing from the public:
Public debt securities, issued under general financial
authorities:
Obligations of the United States, issued by:
United States Treasury ............................
Federal Financing Bank ...........................

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

Agency securiues. issued under special liarncinrr
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Total federal securities ..........................

Deduct:
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Total borrowing from the public ..................

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

ASSET ACCOUNTS (Deduct)

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

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

Special drawing rights:
Total holdirn s .......................................
SDR certificates 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 Payable i-) for interim maintenance of
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Balance .........................................

Loans to International Monetary Fund ....................
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Account Balances
Current Fiscal Year


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457 2,015 1,203 11,632 13,191 13,647
-68 -154 714 5 F18 5.521 5,454
415 716 501 7..,.2 7,762 8,178

-2,312 2,179 4,749 7,656 1.147 .835

10,798 73,130 70,650 82F '92 89,125 23




-969 -654 -1,070 3,520 3,835 2,866
-6,698 -5,015 -9,203 15,150 16,833 10,135

-7,666 -5,669 -10.273 1..'.'I 20,668 13,001


-53 410 -94 3,896 4,359 4,306
......... -250 450 -3,318 -3,568 -3,568

-53 160 356 578 791 738


-174
102
-2

119


-397
745


268

615

133
402


5,361
-904
-3,561


763

1,660

137
5,732


14,171
259
-11,086
-42

533

3,835

781
10,458


Total cash and monetary assets ........... -7,035 -4.359 -2.389 34,323

Miscellaneous asset accounts .............................. -896 277 67 10.460

Total asset accounts ...................... -7,931 -1.082 -2,65. 44,783

Excess of liabilities (+) or assets (-)....................... -18.729 -77.212 -73.306 -782.009


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

Total budget and off-tuaeet financing
IFinancing of deficit I -'i or disposition of surplus (-)| ......

See footnotes on page 3.


14,171
36
-10,4-
-41

681

4,40h

869
10,26)
36. 9




*840.493


45 232 i 427 ........


14,171
-138
-10,341
-43

800

4,450

914
10,861

29,964




.'i 222


232

0* -Y


-18.773 -77.445 -73.733 -782.009 -4Uj.r0


-c-


--


~---~


--


--


i-





24 TABLE IV--SCHEDULE A--ANALYSIS OF CHANGE IN EXCESS OF LIABILITIES (In millions)


Classification


This
Month


Excess of liabilities beginning of period:
Based on composition of unified budget in preceding period $840,493
Adjustments during current fiscal year for changes in
composition of unified budget:
Reclassification of outer continental shelf bid deposits............
R. cla-ifiLcation of deftrred char i s. IMF ,:ol.1
r-sittulson. I,. profit ..n the- .sale of cold .............. ..........

E\ : iiof [ iaoDttie beinr ninli. ,i pe r...dl .I urreni basio ..... ..4i 493

Budget surplus i *r deiicil
Based on r...mp'osti.:n of unriiid t:IudLc in prior icaJ ,. r lcal r 1.-..2
Rt.:' IaS .iIc li., n *, 1 1n5 I -I .-ses tor I_.S. tur -rei:',
vJ'uan..rn adjustneint .............................. 55
RiClal ss- icattion of *out : r continental shel Oi di.p.,its .........

Budget surpliusj i-i .-r dcfiit i Tal.l, I_ .. ................... 1?.2:55

Ofl'-bud,-,t surplus I -I -.,r dl rllL' t Table I I ................ 518

Tu-tal surplus I -I .jr dmeicit I Tabl [ll ..................... l8.7. 3

Transa-l..,ns not applied tc. i- rrent %-ear',. surplu- r celto'il
Setin ioraCi ........................................... -45
Inc rement *,n rold. ............................... .........
Pr..cer ds irn mr currreril ..................... ...... ... ..........
Profir on sle of uld ................................. -
Nt 1can 1 -1 loss for IMF loarin \i- uatl-,n idiustment ...... ..........

Totai -tra.nsac.ti.:ns not applied t':o cu rrent ,..1 '
surplus or dificr ................................... -45

Ex s ..I hlalltei c se i pi rid ....................... 8 59,


Fiscal Year to Date

This Year Prior Year


$782,009





782.009


1.783

130


71.912

5.3? '

77. 445


t-

C-


-232


$703,162

561

10

703.733


65.607 i

140
-W5l

65.187



73.733


-243

..........
-184


-42'

777.039


-232

859. 222


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


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

See footnotes on page 3.


Net Transactions
(-) denotes net reduction of
liability accounts


This Month


Fiscal Year to Date i


Account Balances
Current Fiscal Year


Begin


This Year Prior Year This Year


-$330


-1

-550


-$126


-65

-30




(-25)

-25

.... .....


$446


516
432


1


1

2,715

250
1,725


6,086


"ing of Close of
This Month This Month


$120


460
397


1


1

2,165

250
1,725


5,118


$116


454

382


1


1

2,165

250
1,725


5,094


;t_





TABLE IV--SCHEDULE C (MEMORANDUM)--AGENCY BORROWING FINANCED THROUGH 25

ISSUE OF PUBLIC DEBT SECURITIES (In millions)


Account Balances
Current Fiscal Year


I
Fiscal Year to Date
This Montl
This Year Comparable
Prior Year


Be nr ng ..,f


This Year This


_ Close :f
r Tnis Montr,


Borrowing from the Treasury
Commodity Credit Corporation............... ...........
D.C. Commissioners- Stadium sinking fund, Armory
Board, D C. .........................................
Export-Import Bank of United States .....................
Federal Emergency Management Agency
National Insurance Development Fund................
National flood insurance fund .......................
Federal Financing Bank .............................
Federal Housing AcmlnJstranon-
General insurance .................. .............
Special risk Insurance ........................ ....
General Services Administration
Pennsylrania 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 Admtmstration ......................
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 Revitalzation and Improvement...............
Rail Service Assistance ................... .... ...
Regional Rail Reorganization. ...............
Small Business Administration, Disaster Loan Fund.......
Smithsonian Institution.
John F. Kennedy Center parking facilities ..............
Tennessee Valley Authority .............................
Veterans Administration:
Veterans direct loan program.......... .........

Total Borrowming from the Tresur) ........... .........

Borra o. from t te Fedefal Financng Bank

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


:1,060 .1.794


....... ,
-51
1.136


90

'""16



75


192

10
-357
6,259


-50

1.098


..........
23
-1

5

160





375
45




15



722
..,.......


1394 '14,374 .15.108 716.168


49 19 211


-527
11.628


166
606


.........
43
-2

30

120

..........



415
50

35
-50



25

2,124
..........


357
107,309


10
51
112.432

2.188
1,959

52


2,329 2.279
........... | .........
5.968 6,976
.......... ......... 4
3 4
7.865 7,980
624 640
111 110

2.236 2,166
2.350 2.350
M85 1.045

2.687 2,68"

700 700

2.095 2,440
25 125

8 8
332 347
200 200

252 252


10

113.568

2.188
1.959

52

2.279

7.066


7.865
647
110

2,241
2,350
1.045

2,687

700

2.470
70

8
347
200

252

29
2
736
325

20
150


......... ......... .......... 1.730 1,730 1,730

:l t.. 10:6 i. It' 1I9 lo_ 32.'4 IO'J 'v


563 895
-14 -24

65 651
......... -18


Total Bonro-.ne from the Fideral Finanrmg Ban .............. 4 IuvJ


895 12,409
18 101
. ...... 1.288
590 10,874
10 215


I i51


S.j'.i I


12,741 13.304
90 76
1.288 1,288
11,460 11.525
19'" 197

.'5 "6 :.'4 1l


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


2,779 11.800


16,621


182.080 191.100


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 Irom Treasur; ind 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.


Classlficaton


Transactions


193,879





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


Net Purchases or Sales (-)


S Securities Held as Investments
Current Fiscal Year


Classification


This Month


Federal Funis
Depirlrmenr of Agrrlcialure
A eci ., --ulrlt-S ...................................

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.........................
Totat agency securities.............................

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

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

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


See footnotes on page 3.


Fiscal Year to Date

This Year Prior Year



-:5 -:i


3130 59
(-i ( )


-3


11


18



288
-5
6
63


3
......... 3


-11 -5

-1 -2

57 43
1
-336 ......
-336 58
........ o... ....


654
-12
18
-1,063


Beginning of

This Year This Month


4,810
67
184
739

16,552
411


16,963


67
1

70

(s)
40


16,417
555
3,424

18,789
50
5,105
10


11

1
73

22

262
64

1,395
12


4,082
198
209
3,130


747

35
-573


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

.......... -6 -27

-16 237 -111
.......... | -11 .........
-2 22 32
18 92 54

510 -265 301
-4 -28 -10


506


11

2


1,544
-100
495

930
-50
-62
1


6

4,557
78
160
665

17,327
435


-293 290 17,762


(,*)
17


-4,739
-100
526

1,578
-50
1,222
3


4


(U)
(*o o
10


-23

-4,168

753

-466
1


67
1

70

25


22,700
555
3,392

18,141
50
3,821
8


_________________ 4 C


32 2,192
-1 169


Close of
This Month






82



2,251
189

11

1
62

21

319
65

1,059
12


(-)
4,736
185
227
2,067


4,794
67
182
757

17,062
408


17,469


67
1

81

(**)
42


17,961
455
3,919

19,719
..............
5,043
II


: i :3-


1


---





TABLE IV--SCHEDULE D--INVESTMENTS OF GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTS 27
IN FEDERAL SECURITIES (In mllllons)--Contlnued


Net Purcr .is s -.r 5 les -


Fi.c l Ye N' r I.. Diat


Thju Monlth -
Tru. \e.ir


Secunrie. HIWa a- Inivesmenit
C'rr: nt Fi s,:l )ear


B.-annlnrin: .-

Tr.i1- Yc ir Tri M-jnth


Pnrir Year


Chio e Anir
Thi 4 %1iur'Li


Trust funds--C. lnurued
Department Of lhi Inlenir ..............................

Depanment of Labor
Unemploym ent trust lund .............................
Othe r.............................................

Department of Stale
Formln service re irement ind disabilit, fund..........
O trer...............................................

Department of Transportanton
Airport 1ind a rway [rust fund .........................
Hiehw-ay trust fund ..................................
Otner ......................................... ....

Department :f. the Treasur................................
Environmental Protectir n Acency........................

Veterans Administration
Government Life insurance fund .......................
National service life insurance fund-
Public iebt securities ..............................
Agency secunnies..................................
Veterans special life insurance funa ...................
General Post Fund National Homes ....................

Independent Agencies
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporaton ................
General Services ~dmumistraion ......................
Harry S. Truman Memonal Scholarship Trust Fund.....
Japan-Urnied States Friend.jup Commission ............
Office of Personnel Managementr
Civil service retirement and dhsabdlity fund
PubLic aebt securhtes ..........................
A ency securities ................ ...... ..... ...
Employees health benefits fund.....................
Employees Life insurance fund........................
Retirea employees health benefits fund ...............
Railroad Retirement Board ...........................

Total public debt security ss.........................
Total agency securities.............................

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

Off-budget Federal entites
Federal Financing Bank ...............................
Postal Service ........................................
Rural electrification and telephone revolving fun .........

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

Total Off-budget Federal entities .................


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


32 -:38 .113


-1.vJ -3.234

-'+ -4

-J *


-17
-36


-371


-2.398
-24


13


13. ";
3


880
1


-2%0 -146, 4.712
36 -746 9.1 8F
-


-13 7
25 141 .........


-1,
I1

24


-W -1,43U
100l -I')
61 47
21 267
-1
.162 -1,',77
346 -.;5:5
250 -2,50

96 -6. 05




160 1.175
160 1,175


160


762


78

23


1.028

I
-1


-1.721

36
21B

-782

-8.214


-1,214


61
965


1,025


1.175 1.025

-5.923 -6,899


11.404
3


913
1


4 509
9.259


90
252


9.55.3
2


904
1


4,462
1,222


"77
277


374

8,178
135
733
5


8.072
135
71)]
4


11.894
3
39
18


83.731
275
613
4,180
1
1,9432
188.745
1,015


12,715
3
39
18


82.969
275
594
4,426
I
1.028

181,843
1.015


12,838
3
39
17


82,301
175
660
4.448
1
866
182.189
765

182,954


189.760 182.858


1,982 2,99' 3.157
3 3 3

1,985 3,000 3.160

1.985 3,000 3,160

209,507 202,821 203.583


Note- Investments are in Public Debt Secunnes unless otherwise noted.
See footnotes on page 3.


IClIasslfc l 'n.r





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


I Fiscal II Cotn


Fiscal Com-
Year parable
Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. March April May June July Aug. Sept. To Period
Date Prior
F.Y.


NET RECEIPTS

Individual income taxes ......... :22,555 :21.775 :25,770 732,64F. n21,,X007'13,391
Corporation income taxes........ 1,265 745 10.220 2,473 1,293 6,910
Social insurance taxesif a
contributions:
Employment taxes and
contributions................ 14.314 13,607 13.501 13.615 13,033 18,228
Unemployment insurance ...... 439 1,563 221 604 1,734 130
Contributions for other
insurance and retirement..... 300 323 335 357 342 395
Excise taxes................... 3,486 3,334 3.633 3,087 2,908 3,182
Estate and gift taxes ............ 643 598 642 615 866 787
Customs duties................. 784 729 823 696 644 812
Miscellaneous receipts........... 1,365 1.341 1,679 1.176 1.215 1,457
Total--receipts thit
year.................. 45,150 44,015 56,823 55,269 43,042 45.291
Total-riece.piiapn. ear .. i ji.; .Ai t,1 4 '194 .i j.' 44 iJ'


NET OUTLAYS


Legislative Branch ............. 97 109 119 128 110 118
The Judiciary .................. 46 47 63 45 50 99
Executive Office of the
President..................... 9 8 5 11 7 8
Funds Appropriated to the
President:
International security
assistance .................. 67 230 575 320 213 473
International development
assistance .................. 193 235 67 131 162 324
Other ........................ 21 258 -1C00 411 -36 178
Department of Agriculture:
Foreign assistance, special
export programs and
Commodity Credit
Corporation................. 883 1,738 2,754 3.109 773 876
Other ........................ 2,262 1.334 2,039 1,464 2.211 3,518
Department of Commerce ....... 212 163 162 179 165 165
Department of Defense: ---- -
Military:
Department of the Army..... 3.399 3.379 3.668 3.304 3,488 3,766
Department of the Navy...... 4,493 4,628 5,246 4.551 4.628 5.363
Department of Air Force .... 4,532 4,056 4,999 3,999 4.234 4.742
Defense agencies ........... 1.926 1,826 1,967 1,929 1,889 2.171
Total Military.......... 14,351 13,889 15,880 13,783 14,239 16,042
C vil ........................ 290 250 271 218 197 215
Department of Educarion......... 1,269 1,414 1,415 1.269 1.218 1,059
Department of Energry........... 1,004 321 599 557 687 832
Department of Health and
Human Services:
Human Development
Services.................... 369 369 416 510 476 437
Health Care Flnancing
Administration:
Grants to States for
Medicald.................. 1,410 1,363 1.339 1.308 1,436 1,469
Federal Hospital Ins.
Trust Fund .............. 2,678 2.626 2.920 2,591 2,664 3,168
Federal Supp. Med. Ins.
Trust Fund .............. 1,258 1,278 1.304 1,164 1.165 1,358
Other ...................... 1,027 1,036 2.750 141 1,045 1,868
Social Security Adm.:
Assets. Pmis. Program...... 708 708 524 688 692 636
Federal Old-Age and
Survivors insurance
Trust Fund................ 11,006 11,009 21,985 233 11,171 11,237
Federal Disaality Ins.
Trust Fund................. 1,527 1,497. 2,929 1 39 1.478 1.558
Other..................... 1,495 192 2,569 224 1,101 1,234
Other........................ -548 -608 -3,455 422 -548 -1.338


--_ _


S 681 590
351 318
48, 48


1,877 1,932
1,113 973
9811 614



10,133 5,057
12,828 11.376
1,047 1.152

21,004 17,914
28,909 24,027
26.563 i 22,564
11,7081 10,313


__ _I l_ _


88,184, 74,818

S1,4401 1,508
7,6381 7,941
4,001 4,817


2.576 2,974


8,327 7,582
16,646 13,856
7,527 6,341
7,868' 4,990
3.956 4,061

66,641 58,291
9,028 8,453
6.815 6,466
-6,076 -2,954


Classification


~___


1






TABLE V--COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS 29
BY MONTHS OF CURRENT FISCAL YEAR (In millions)--Continued

'Fical Corm-
Year parable
Classiicanton Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Fet. March Aprt] .May June July AIgZ. Sept. To Period
Prior
Date .


OUTLAYS--Continued

Department of Housing
and Urban Development......... .1,766 2800 -1,425 31.514 3854 '883 .241 :7,006
Department of me Interior....... 355 524 420 252 54 292 1,897 2.255
Department of Justice........... 220 205 199 209 196 243 1,272 1,331
Department of Labor
Unemployment trust fund ...... 1,150 1,261 1.769 1,982 2,074 2,626 10,862 10,096
Other......................... 555 564 555 569 247 511 3,001 6,298
Department of State............. 250 203 142 157 223 141 1,116 1.004
Department of Transportation.
Highway trust fund............. 751 733 792 454 439 456 3.626 .41.7
Other ........................ 1.020 775 999 926 1,671 750 g6.140 8,017
Department of the Treasury
Interest on the public debt ..... 7,975 8,587 14,791 7,994 8,482 8,800 56,629 44,213
General revenue sharing....... 1,144 2 1,122 17 1 2,285 2,848
Other........................ -851 -385 -1,514 -1,182 -334 -1,202 -5,468 -4.170
Environmental Protection
Agency ................... 577 435 425 394 334 426 2.591 2.800
National Aeronautics and
Space Administration........... 658 517 551 443 493 524 3,186 2,802
Veterans Admluustration-
Compensation and pensions .... 2,031 128 2,198 41 1,105 1,113 6,617 6.127
National service Life .......... 29 40 38 49 26 58 240 245
Government service life....... 4 5 5 5 4 6 29 32
Other ........................ 946 678 973 665 773 1,092 5,127 5,098
Independent Agencies.
General Services Admin. ...... 110 -79 29 -223 143 229 208 79
Office of Personnel Manage-
ment ...................... 1657 1,656 1,645 1,563 1,469 1,575 9,565 8.737
Postal Servce................ 217 ...... -9 209 ...... ...... 417 1,593
Small Business Administration. 402 50 -18 -55 13 12 405 1,043
Tennessee Valley Aumorty .... 236 179 172 80 46 73 1 786 1.026
Other mnd. agencies........... 1,205 286 1,284 836 294 1.080 I 4,991 6,033
Undistributed offsetting receipts:
Federal employer contributions
to retirement fund .......... -530 -481 -628 -277 -640 -503 -3,059 -2,770
Interest credited to certain
accounts.................... -251 -242 -6,708 -228 -75 -192 -7,697 -6,753
Rents and Royalties on Outer
Continental Shelf Lands....... -258 -1,250 -373 -511 -759 -984 I -4,136 -4,781

Totals-tils year;
Budget outlays ................ 63,256 54,658 76.291 45,930 57,822 63,546 361,503 .......

Budget surplus (-) or deficltl-l. -18.105 -10,642 -19,468 -9,339 -14,780 -18,255 : _-71.912 .......

Off-budget surplus I-I or
deficit (- ................... -644 -1,880 -1,048 -1,230 -213 -518 -5,532 .......

Total surplus I-1 or deficit I-).. -18,749 -12,522 -20.516 -8,109 -14,993 -18,773 -77,445
Torasr-pnor),ear
Basuder tio i ......... ......... 55 i' 4'" r, 64 40 .. 'd J v I I1 I ....... J. ji.'l

Budgersruphiriordefirut ..,,,... .t 6921 907 l 966 I 191 -.S1.6 7 I Q 5 ....... 65. W'

Toif-bdg m rupluifiordefircI.,i ........ 6 1 24 I .1 1J.4 ..51 4 .3I5 J i ....... .6.546
TornmuphiI-rdordeficiti,i ......... ..660 4' 10'3? *.'..53o ji646 I'13 *13oJ ......I .'3'33






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


....... $56 -$56
$45 47 -2
....... -313 313
2,013 1,527 486
....... -87 87
394 1,179 -785
3,179 2,320 859

12,772 11,066 1,706
....... -15 15
....... 1 -1
505 464 41
....... 108 -108
264 436 -172
130 1.543 -1.413
....... 63 3
55 -3 58

I-


3,631

22,986


-$1
196

9,139

2,049
16,189

59,395

4,567
3,325

1,575
4.691

193 i


18.390 '66 101.317

3,631 ....... 21.482


22,021 966 122,799


$219
305
-1,153
8,614

-284
3,502
14,578

64,363

-1,371
2,285
3,225
607
2.605
8.451
-112
-134



105.698


21.482

127,180


-$219
-109
1,153
525

284
-1,453
1,611

-4,968

1,371
2,282
101
-607
-1,030
-3.760
112
327



-1.381




-4,381


25,936 45,157 -19,221 192,841 260,372 -67,531

16 16 ....... 189 189 .......

25,951 45,173 -19,221 193,030 260,561 -67,531

-3,647 -3,647 ....... -26,238 -26,238 .......


45,291


63,546 -18,255


289,590 361,503


-71,912


$4,712

11,894
3,392

4,795
84,952
18,191

23,255

3,821

9,186

1,943
13.527
9.305
787



189.760


$4,509

12,715
3,424
5,021
84,224
18,839

16,972

5,105

9,259

1,028
11.404
9.487
872


182.858 1


14,462

12.838
3,919

5,108
83,447
19,719

18,416

5,043
9,222
...........
866
9,563
9,420
930


182,954


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, 567 million in Federal funds transferred to trust funds for general revenue sharing.







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


Recei ,pt4 Lnid LCula, s

Cr-as.icalrlr


This Monr'r


NET RECEIPTS

Individual income e tares .......................................................
Corporation income e taxes......................................................
Social Insurance taxes and corntribntions
Employment taxes and c'nt riutlons ..........................................
Unemploym ent insurance ....................................................
Contributions for other insurance and retiremint...............................
Excise tazes ................................................................
Estate and gift 1Lxes ..........................................................
Customs.....................................................................
Miscellaneous receipts. .......................................................

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

NET OUT LAYS

National defense ...........................................................
International affairs...........................................................
General science, space, and tecnn.ioc ........................................
Energy ...................................................................
Natural resources and enn ronment .............................................
Agriculture ................................................................
Comm erce and housing credit..................................................
Transport a i. n ...............................................................
Community and regional oevelrpment ...........................................
Education, trauung. emplivoment and socna Servi-ces.............................
Health.................................. ..................................
Income seclnv..
Income e secutr ......... ................................... .................
Veterans benefits and rser .es .................................................
Admim station of justice .................................................... .
General government.........................................................
General purpose fiscal assistance ............................................
interest .....................................................................
Undistnbuted ofsettrin receipts ................................................

T otal................................................................. .


18. 225
130'
395
3.182
787
812
1.457

45.291



16.436
1,796
617
519
1,017
2,f.21
-235
1 .'241


6,578
22.074
2. ?73
478
F.92
13
6,664
-1,679

63.546


Fiscal 'Ya r C.imparirae Prln.d
To: Diae Prior Fiscal Year


137.144-
22.9-'j,

86.2'1
4,61'
2

4.15.1
4,4-m,
8.233

289.



90'.331
5.620
a.;1;
2.748
6,4(4
11,6;23
2.581

3.988
13,1;2
35, ;79
121.472
!2.031
2.3(08
2. 682
3.195
4V. r 8
-14,892

361 503


:125,73.,
2.983

74. I06
5 311
1.9&
17,2r3
3,;:,
3.687
I.343

26u0.i35




5,2;;.
3.418
4.2p7
7,033
5,735
3.461

4.9 1
16 17i
31.121
111 .j l
IISl"
2.344
2.446
.5 717
37.54q
-14,305

325.821


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