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Full Text

4, .


Monthly Treasury Statement of


Receipts and Outlays of the United States Government


for the fiscal year through April 30, 1982


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


Period




Current month (Aprl 19821.....
Actual 1982 Iseven monthl.l .....

Comparative data
Actual 1981 I seven months ....
Actual 1981 (full earl ........
Estimated 1982 ......... ......
Estimated 1983................


Total Budget and Off-Budget Res-il t

Buij'et f11 -Budgel '
Budget Budget Surplus i Surplus I-
Receipts OuCmlayv or r
D-iii* Deri ic,


.... $75. "7 G. ty- *- i :4 ..,
.... 3,5 3i7 427.576 -C- .1r. 525


334,823 382,820
599,272 657,204
628,365 728,860
665,098 767,006


-47 ,97
.57 W-_2
- 100 49i
S101 918


-10,561
-21,005
i 20.6
-l T"7


Toual
Surplus s -

= i l-


By BE R6u:rn ,n
. -rr.r1n a I Caur,
b ir rr-u. ra
If ro m the t M tr
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increase -


By
Other
Means


!8 711 :2 i2 -'11 2 F. :19
.6 :.4 '7 .a), -. .17 4 7.2


-58,558 59,758 -2,734 1,534
-78.i6 79,329 -1,878 1,485
-11 : 1y 118,394 3,700 -714
-117.84 118,000 ............ -316


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


Actual Actual Actual Pudct
YMon ear to Date Prior Period Full Fiscal Year'


ndiMvidual 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 ana gift aes .........
Customs du es .. ........
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 Agrculture. .. .. ......................
Department of Commerce ........ ....................
Department of Defense Mlitary" .....................
Department of Defense Cl. ... .................
Department of Educaon ..... ........... .......
Department of Energy .. .....................
Department of Health and Human Services' ..................
Department of Housang and Urban Development ..... ...
Department of the Interior ..... .....
Department of Justice-. ... .... ..
Department of Labor .. .. .
Department of Stae ...... .
Department of Transportation............................
Department of the Treasury:
General revenue sharing..................................
Interest on the public debt ............................
Other ..................................................
Enrironmental Protection Agency............... .........
National Aeronautics and Space Administranon .... ....
Veterans Administraton ........
Other dependent agencies: ...............................
Allowances. undis trbuted ................. ............ ..
Undistributed offsetnne receipts
Federal employer colntrbutions t retirement iunds ..
Interest on certain Government accounts. .
Reals and royalties on the Outer CorIment l Shelf lands ...


$41,672
7,342

19,112
2,120
362
2,732
582
704
1,152


$178,816
30,247

105,409
6,811
2,414
22,362
4 7 :0

9,385


42.- 4

91,891
7,103
2,294
21 017

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75.777 365.367 334,823 62


110
48
10

156
83
241
2,484
167
16,013
245
1,261
692
21,898
1,685
289
242
2,759
174
1,806

1,142
8,693
-194
395
464
3,236
3,210
....................


S-510
-202
-5 22


791
399
58

2,033
1,197
1,222
25.4-.16
I 214
104. 197
1,685
8,899
4,693
145,207
8,926
2,186
1,515
16,621
1,290
11,572

3,427
65 322

2 W6
3 65,
15.249
19,582


678
363
56

2,209
1,226
1,178
17,979
1,355
87,818
1,765
9,235
5 719
129 091
8,382
2,597
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51 Ai7
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3 212
3 2ii6
13 6t;6
21 3.24
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-3,569 -3.213
-7. S9 -F, 975
--I.658 -5 069


Total.................................................. 66.073

Budget surplus I ) or deficit r- ............................... +9.704

OUf-budget surpins I.I or deficit -1 .................. .......... -93

Total surplus 4-1 or defic i I-I ................................ _-8,711

See footnotes on page 3.

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


T ,ial
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-:b 711




121 i.t
117 L4


-298,898
51,595

183,907
16,461
4,493
40,711
7,552
8,873
15,875


8,365


1,502
730
92

3 761

526
33,642
2,149
182,731
2,991
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3,912
2,607
30,577
2,152
20,567

4,570
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Net Transactions
(-) denotes net reduction of either Account Balances
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Budget and Off-budget Activity) ThisMonth Fiscal Year to Date Beginning ofose of
This Month ______ Close of
This Year Prior his YThis Year This Month This Month


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

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

Agency -ecurities, issued under special financing
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Total federal securities ..........................

Deduct:
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:
Total holdings ............ ...................
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 (-) for interim maintenance of
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Balance............................... ...........

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Total asset accounts .....................
Excess of liabilities (+) or assets (-) ........................

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80 796 579 7,462 8,178 8,257

4,187 6,366 2,407 7,656 9,835 14,022

9,945 83,075 67,049 826,792 899,923 909,868




9,373 8,719 358 3,520 2,866 12,239
6,366 1,352 -198 15,150 10,135 16,501

15,739 10,070 161 18,670 13,001 28,740

-12 398 -296 3,896 4,306 4,294
-250 -500 450 -3,318 -3,568 -3,818

-262 -102 154 578 738 476


.......... ........ 5,361 14,171 14,171 14,171
209 -188 -1,281 259 -138 71
509 1,254 -3,370 -11,086 -10,341 -9,832
20 20 .......... -42 -43 -23

-136 132 1,064 533 800 664

602 1,217 1,774 3,835 4,450 5,053

53 186 156 781 914 967
-4,877 -4,474 488 10,458 10,861 5,984

11,256 6,897 2,734 34,323 29,964 41,220

7,433 7,710 6,230 10,460 10,737 18,169

18,688 14,606 8,964 44,783 40,701 59,390

-8,743 +68,469 +58,085 +782,009 +859,222 +850,478

33 265 473 .......... 232 265

-8,711 +68,734 +58,558 +782,009 +859,454 +850,743





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

Fiscal Year to Date
Classification This
Month This Year Prior Year

Excess of liabilities beginning of period:
Based on composition of unified budget in preceding period $859,222 $782,009 $703,162
Adjustments during current fiscal year for changes in
,.',,nmpc llirin of untLli' d bud elt
Rer.cliass ic.ti',n 'if outer i-onlin.ntal shelf bid deposits .. .......... .......... 561
Re,-la sttfic.ion ,lI drf. rrE d ch.are., M F jcld
restitution. to pr, fAi l ion lth sil_ e of euld ............. .......... ........... 10

Excess of I 3t lities r,-;runniint of p riuo current bt.asi i ..... 859,222 782.009 703,733

Biudiet surplus I-I orr dioit
B.aserd on c:nipo:silt. n of unilid oudtret in prior himL-J yvear -9,630 62,153 48.342
ReclassUtiati'.:n -:[ pzamst- I ,sses for U.S. currency
valuationn adju rmen ................................. -73 56 217
Reclasstlicat.-n of outer continental shelf tid deposits. .. .......... ......... -561
BudL-e'r surplus i -I : r djefEcit I Tabtle [D) .................... -9,704 62,209 47,997

Oil-t'udgel surplus 1-1 ur deficit iTable [11. ................. 993 6,525 10,561

T.jli surplus -I or deficit ITable [i11 ..................... -8,711 68.734 58.558

Transactions not applied to current \iar's surplus o:rr d,~f'ilt
SeI~'nm jri e .......................................... -33 -265 -279
Lncrement on old. .................................... .......... .......... ..........
Pric edifds fromn currency ............................... ...... ....... ... .......
Profit on sale of gold.................................... ... ..... ..... -194
Net gtin I -1 loss for IMF loan v\auallon adjustment................ .... .........

Total--trans3aLions nut applied to current 'ear's
surplus or deil it ............... ................. -33 -265 -473

Excess of liablities cluse of period ...................... 850.478 850,478 761,818




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

Net Transactions Account Balances
(-) denotes net reduction of Current Fiscal Year
liability accounts
Classification
Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of Close of
This Month This Month
This Year Prior Year This Year This Month T

Agency securities issued under special financing authorities:
Obligations of the United States, issued by:
Export-Import Bank ............................... --6 -$336 -$139 $446 $116 $110
Obligations guaranteed by the United States, issued by:
Department of Defense:
Family Housing Mortgages.......................... -7 -69 -75 516 454 447
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Federal Housing Administration ..................... -7 -57 -35 432 382 376
Department of Transportation:
Coast Guard:
Family Housing Mortgages........................ () () () 1 1 1
Obligations not guaranteed by the United States, issued by:
Department of Defense:
Homeowners Assistance Mortgages................. (.) -1 1 1 1 1
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Government National Mortgage Association........... .......... -550 -67 2,715 2,165 2,165
Independent Agencies-
Postal Service .................... ........ ............ .......... .......... ....... 250 250 250
Tennessee Valley Authority......................... .......... ......... .......... 1,725 1,725 1,725

Total agency securities............................ -20 -1,012 -316 6,086 5,094 5,074

See footnotes on page 3.






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

ISSUE OF PUBLIC DEBT SECURITIES (In millions)


Transactons Account Balances
Current Fiscal Year


Fiscal Year to Dale
This Month par e
This Year Primr Year


Bepiniung of
-- -- Close of
This Year This Month This Monh


Borrowing from the Treasury
Commodity Credit CorporaLuon.. ....................... .353
D.C. Commissioners Stadium sinking fund. Armory
Board, D. C. ...................................... ........
Export-Import Bank of Unuled States..................... 152
Federal Emergency Management Agency
National Insurance Development Fun ................ 10
Nauonal flood insurance fund......................... ..........
Federal Financing Bank ......... .................... .. 1.393
Federal Housing Admirustration
General insurance ................................... ..........
Special risk insurance................................. .........
General Services Aamtnrstration
Pennsylvania Avenue Development Corporation ....... ..........
Government National Mortgage Association:
Emergency home purchase assistance fund ...... 35
Management and liquidating functions ............... .
Special assistance lunctons ........................... 80
International Commurcaiuon Agency ................... ..
Rural Communication Development Fund ................. ..........
Rural Electrificaton Adnmnistration ............. .... 53
Rural Telephone Banx........... ...................... .........
SainI Lawrence Seaway Development Corporaton.......... ..........
Secretary of Agriculture, Farmers Home Administraaon
Rural housing insurance fund...................... .........
Agricultural credit insurance fund................... ..........
Rural development insurance fund ..................... ..........
Secretary of Education-
College housing loans .............. ................. ..........
Secretary of Energy.
Bonneille Power Admirustraton. .. ..... ...... ..........
Secretary of Housing and Urban Development
Housing for the Elderly and Handicapped ............... 160
Low-Rent Public Housing ............................. -60
New communities guaranty
Title ......................................... .. ........
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. ......................... 2
Small Business Administration, Disaster Loan Fund....... ..........
Smithsonian Institution:
John F. Kennedy Center parking facilities.......................
Tennessee Valley Authority.......................................
Veterans Administration:
Veterans direct loan program......................... ..........

Total Borrowing from the Treasury ........................ .. 2.178

Borrowing from the Federal Financing Bank:
Export-Import Bank of the United States ...........................
National Credit Union Administration .................... 7
Postal Service ....................................... ..........
Tennessee Valley Authority ................................. 160
U. S. Railway Association .............................. 4

Total Borrowing from the Federal Financing Bank .............. 171

Total Agency Borrowing financed through
issues of Public Debt Securities...................... 2,349


c2.147


344

20
-357
7.652






-15

1,178
. .. .

52
23
-1



160




535
-15


15
...........
...........

4
1
724
...........o

...........
..o.o.,o...


-1150


241


-527
13.930



6


.......
771
......... i

22
45
-2

30
500
170)




545
50


35
-50

..........

25

.2......


..........


314.374

............
19


357
107,309

2,188
1,959

52

2,329
"" 5,968

3
7,865
624
111

2,236
2,350
885

2,687
700

2,095
25

8
332
200

252

25
1
14
325

20
150

1,730


?.16.168

...........
211

10

113.568

2,188
1,959

52

2,279

7,066
...........
4
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


316.521


363

20

114.961

2,188
1,959

52

2,314

7,146

4
7,917
647
110

2,241
2,350
1,045

2,687
700

2,630
10

8
347
200
252

29
2
738
325

20
150

1.730


12.473 17,935 157.193 167.489 169,666


895 1,279 12,409 13,304 13,304
-17 2 101 76 83
........... .......... 1,288 1,288 1,288
811 1,185 10,874 11,525 11,685
-14 10 215 197 201

1.675 2.476 24.887 26,390 26,561


14,148


20,411


182,080


193,879


196,227


Classification


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.

See footnotes on page 3.






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 Close of
This Year Prior Year This Year This Month Ths Month

Federal Funds:
Department of Agriculture:
Agency securities................................... .......... -$5 -6 $5 ........... ..............

Department of Commerce ............................. () (. ) -2 2 $2 $2

Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Federal Housing Administration:
Federal h..-usrin -iri tration fund:
Public djrt.r ,curis ............................ (**) 59 59 2,192 2,251 2,251
Agency securities ................................ (-) (.-) -1 169 169 169
Government National Mortgage Association:
Emergency mortgage purchase assistance:
Agency si curitre .......... ...... ..... ....... ............. 3 11 11 11
Special assistance function fund:
Public debt securities................... ........ ........... (**) (*) 1 1 1
Agency securities .............................. -$1 -12 -5 73 62 61
Management and liquidating functions fund:
A er..i securities .............................. (-) -1 -2 22 21 21
Gurantceii of uri -.c:e- Backed Securities:
Public debt siec r lt ..................... 7 63 50 262 319 326
Agency securities .............................. ........... 1 .......... 64 65 65
Participation sales fund:
Public debt securities ........................... () -336 23 1,395 1,059 1,059
Agency securities..... ......................... .......... .......... 12 12 12
Houi in- r-n.5c-, rr. nt
Community disposal operations fund:
Agency securities............................... ........... .......... ............ (.-) (*-) (*)
Department of the Interior............................. 55 709 796 4,082 4,736 4,791
Department of Labor.................................. -2 -15 .......... 198 185 183
Department of Transportation.......................... 4 22 39 209 227 231
Department of the Treasury........................... 21 -1,042 -500 3,130 2,067 2,088

Veterans Administration:
Veterans reopened insurance fund .................... -6 7 7 468 481 475

Independent Agencies:
Export-Import Bank of the United States ............... ........... .......... .......... ............ ........... ..............
Federal Emergency Management Agency:
National insurance development fund................. ........... -6 -27 6 ........... ..............
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation:
Public debt securities............................ 20 258 -10 4,557 4,794 4,815
Agency securities................................. .......... -11 .......... 78 67 67
National Credit Union Administration ................. -4 18 37 160 182 178
Other............................................... 16 108 55 665 757 773


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


111 -154 526 17,327 17,062 17,173
-1 -29 -10 435 408 406

110 -183 516 17,762 17,469 17,579


() () (l) 1 1 1
........... ( () 1 2 2

3 4 4 67 67 70
(C) (-) .......... 1 1 1
9 19 35 70 81 89

() () (*) ( (() ()
() 17 11 25 42 42


1,475 -3,264 2,735 22,700 17,961 19,436
........... -100 .......... 555 455 455
888 1,414 -3,873 3,392 3,919 4,807

655 2,233 1,594 18,141 19,719 20,374
........... -50 ......... 50 ...... .........
103 1,325 -689 3,821 5,043 5,147
(*) 2 1 8 11 11





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


Net Purchases or Sales (-)


Securities Held as Investments
Current Fiscal Year


Classification


This Month


Fiscal Year to Date


Trust Iands--Continued
Depi rtment of the Interior .............................

Department of Labor:
L'neruplo'.ni. ri trust fund ............................
Other ..............................................

Department of State:
Foreign service retirement and disability fund...........
O her ...............................................

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

Department of the Treasury ............................
Enrnr.'nmental Protection Agency .......................

Veterans Administration:
Go rnment life insurance fund .......................
Na.j tnal service life insurance fund:
Public debt securities..............................
Agency securities ..................................
V er rans special life insurance fund ...................
General Post Fund National Homes ..................

Independent Aenrcies-
Fcderal Deposit Insurance Corporation ................
General Services Administration ......................
Harr-.' S. Truman Memorial Scholarship Trust Fund.....
Japan-United States Friendship Commission............
Otfice of Personnel Management:
Civil service retirement and disability fund:
Public debt securities...........................
Agency securities...............................
Employees health benefits fund......................
Employees life insurance fund .......................
Ren rea empilo.r.cs health benefits fund...............
R.ul road Retirement Board ...........................
Total public debt securities .........................
Total agency securities ............................

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

Of -bucet Federal entities:
Federal Financing Bank ................................
Postal Service.........................................
Ru rl electrification and telephone revolving fund .........

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

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

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


T r 'r,..r 'i r Tlis Y .r


-$35 -573 $133 $409


-426 -4,390 -2,090 13,527
S ....... 25 3


63
..........


-42
54
...........


-292 -205
90 -738
) ...........


-8 ( )
25 167


-5

-40
...........

...........


-101
()

...........


-937
...........
-2
-1
........50
-450


-20
67

23
1


844

-1


-2,367
-100
45
266
-1
-1,527


-21

33
...........
23
1


1,044

1
-1


-2,535
...........
28
231
(-1.203
-1.203


4,712
9,186


70
136


388

8,072
135
710
4


11,894
3
39
18


83,731
275
613
4,180
1
1,943


Tr M.n1h

$371I


9,563
2


904
1


4,462
9,222
(<*

77
277


374

8,178
135
733
5


12,838
3
39
17


82,301
175
660
4,448
1
866


9,137
3


967
1


4,420
9,276


69
303


369

8,138
135
733
5


12,738
3
39
17


81,364
175
658
4,447
1
416


1,228 -5,328 -5,480 188,745 182,189 183,417
........... -250 ........... 1,015 765 765

1,228 -5,578 -5,480 189,760 182,954 184,182


........... .... .. 110 ........... ............ ..............
477 1,652 1,105 1,982 3,157 3,634
........... ( ........... 3 3 3

477 1,652 1,215 1,a85 3,160 3,637

477 1,652 1,215 1,985 3,160 3,637


-4,108


-3,749


209,507


203,583


205,398


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


Beginning of


Close of
Thi ;.l. ,riI


_ ~






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


Classification Oct.



NET RECEIPTS

Indin ualJ inc,,rne t3xs.s .. :2.555
Corp'ratr-.rn rnmome taxes..... 1 265
Social insurance taxes and
contributions:
Employment taxes and
contributions.............. 14.311
Unemployment insurance .... 439
Contributions for other
insurance and retirement... 300
Excise taxes ................. 3.486
Estate and gift taxes .......... 643
Customs duties............... 764
Miscellaneous receipts........ 1,365
Total--receipts this
year................ 45,150


Total-receips prior year ...

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:
Foreign assistance, special
export programs and
Commodity Credit
Corporation...............
Other .....................
Department of Commerce......
Department of Defense:
Military:


I Il


97,
46

9


67

193
271



883
2,262
212


Department of the Army... 3.399
Department of the Navy.... 4.493
Department of Air Force .. 4,532
Defense agencies .......... 1.926

Total Military......... 14,351

C i-tl ................... 290
Department :.I E ucati: n.......... 1,269
Department f" Energy ......... 1.004
Department of Heilth and
Human Service.s
Human Development
Services ............... 369
Health Care Financing
Adminstratlon
GrInts to States for
M ed caid ................ I 1,410
Federal H...pital Ins.
Trust Funa ............. I 2.678
Feer-A S-upp. Mea. Ins.
Trust F nd .............. 1,258
Other..................... 1,027
Social Securlrv Adm.
Assla. Pmts. Pn.gram.... 708
Federal Old-Age and
Survivors Insurance
Trust Fund.............. I1.0I06
Federal Disahilirt Ins.
Trust Fund ............. 1 527
Otrer. .................... 1,495
Other...................... -548


Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. March April





?21 775 :2.77.) -32.64.j :21,Cm:7 13,391i 416.72
745 10. 220 2.473 1.293 6.910. 7.342


13.6:7 13 501 13.615 13.033 18,228 19,112
1.563 221' 004 1.734 130 2.120

323 335 357 342 395' 362
3.334 3.633 3.0x7 2 908 3,182 2,732
.98 62 615 6, 787 582
7 823 696, 644 812 704
1.341 1.679 1.176; 1.215 1,457 1.15?

44.015 56.823 55.2'-. 43,0421 45.2911 75,777

.SI 1i .1 J,' 1 1' .' "14 I t'1
= -1=- l -= .. .


119
47

8


230

235
258


119 128
63 45

5 11


320

131
411


575

67
-100


110
50

7


213

162
-36


118 110
99 48

8 10


156

83
241


1,738 2,754 3,109 773 876 271
1,334 2,039 1,464 2,211 3,518 2,214
163 12 1791 165 165 I67

3,379 3,668 3.304 3,488 3,766 3,892
4,628 5.246' 4.551 4.628 5,363 5,195
4,056 4999 3.991 ~ 4.234 4,742 4,953
1.826 1.967 1,9291 1.889 2.171 1.973

13,8 89 15.880 13.783 14,239 16.042 16,013


25) 2711 218 197 215j 245
1.414 1.4151 1.269 1.218 1,059 1.261
321 599 557 687 832 692


369 416 510 476 437 557


1,363 1.3391 1.3081 1,43. 1.469 1.671

2.626 2,920o 2.591 2.664 3.168 2,997

1.278 1,304 1.164 1,1651 1,358 1,258
1,036 2.750 141 1,045' 1,868 1,037

708 524' 688 692 636 763

11,009 21.985 233 11.171 11,237 11,303

1.497 2.929 391 1,476 1,558 1.490
192 2.569 224 1,101 1.234 1,617
-608 -3.455 422 -548 -1,338 -79W
-1--I8


May


June July Aug.


_______ ; -~ ~v


Com-
parable
Period
Prior
F.Y



3164,390
32,354


Sept.


334 21


791
399

58


2,033

1,197
1,222



10,404
15,042
1,214


2,209

1,226
1,178



4,480
13,499
1.355


___ I I I r ___ _


24.896
34,104
31,515
13.681

104,197


1,685
8,899
4,693


3.133


9,998

19,645

8,785
8,905

4,719

77,944

10,518
8,432
-6,872


20,933
28,237
26,570
12,078

87,818

1,765
9,235
5,719


3,403



9,216

16,335

7,514
5,709

4,733

68,141

9,842
7,801
-3,101


Fiscal
Year
To
Date



6178.816
30,247


105.4091 91,891
6,811 7,103

2.414 2,294
22,3621: 21,017
4.733 3,751
5,192 4,342
9.385 7,681

365,367 ........








''


I I






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


Cl sst',riatlion


Oc.t N.r' LX-, Iln.


Fer. NM r. \n! % i .l lu eit I !u


OUT L YS- -Cunnnuel

Department jo Houstin
and Urban Devtlopmsnt 1.761, 80b l.t'S "1.514 854 "883 .1.i65
Department .f there Interir 355 524 4-20 25 54 '2 289
Depanment ,,f Justice 2015 I,1 20 1' 243 242
Department of Lllvjr
Unemploym.-n trust funa 1,150 1 .21 1.7Nj 1.982 2 0(74 2.626 2 259
Other. .... ........ .... 555 564 .55 5i9 247 i11 499
Department of State ... .. 250 203 140 15" 223 141 174
Department of Transportat.ir,
Highwav trust fund 751 733 792 454 43j 456 513
Other.... ......... 1.020' 775 09 ?26 1I r71 750 1 293
Department of the Treasur;
Interest on the public debt ;.75 8 587 14.791 7.'t94 8 482 8.800 8 c93
General revenue shanne 1.144 2 1.122 17 1 1.142
Other ...... .... ......... -851 -385 -1 514 -1 182 -334 -1.202 -194
Environmental Proection
Aeencv ......................... 577 435 425 344 334 426 395
National Aeronauncs ina
Space Admuu st ration ........... 658 517 551 443 43 524 464
Velerans Admuustlraiton
Compensation and pension. ..... 2.031 12982.198 1 1.1 1 115 2.184
National serv-ie ie .. ... 2 40 38 49 21 58 40
Government sermce Lje.. 4 5 5 5 4 6 5
Other. ....... .. .. 9. 678 .3 r, 773 1,092 1,0(7
Independent A.-erwcies
General Sernices Admin. ....... 110 -79 29 -223 143 13 2 -279
Office of Personnel Manare-
ment ................. ..... 1.657 1,656 1.645 1.563, 1. 1.575 1,776,
Postal Service.............. .. 217 -9 20 ...... ....... 209
Small Business AdmaLujstriior 402 50 -18 -55 13 12 95
Tennessee Valley Autnontu ..... 236 179 i 172 4t, 73 144
Other Lnd. agencies ...... 1.205 2868 1,284 836 24 1.080 1.266
Undistnbuted of.settfinr receipt
Federal empli.ver conntnbutn.-ns
to renremert frnd ......... .... -530 -481 -628 -2"7 -640 -503 -510
Interest credited to certain
accounts ..................... -251 -242 .70 8 -75 -192 -20
Rents and R'oalties on Outer08 -
Connnental Srele Lands ....... -258 -1.250 -373. -511 -759 -984 -522

Toalls-trus Tear
Budget outlayvs.... ...... 63.25f6 4.658 t65.291 45,930 5'.822 63,546 66,173

Budget surplus I or deficit I -I .'-18.105 -10,64- -19,468 -9.339 -14 780 -18.255 -9,704

Off -uadel surplus I-i r r
deficit I-I ........ ........... -f44 -1.880 -1.048 -1.30 -213 -518 -993

Total surplus (-1 or deficit -1... -18.749 -12.522 -20,516 -8 109 -14 993 -18 773 -8,711


-
Totls-pnror ear
Budrer oulu ............. .. 3 "J..: t i' .4 j .J i Ju 4 .s v. "r. u

Budget iurplu or deficur I ... .. I o .J I v'" l 96. 1' : 1 -1 I 1!,

Off-.budgel surplus I rdeftic ...... J.' I .'4 4I I 3 i J, I
Torta Oin pha ordefict .......... i I' ,
Total w plrs 1-101deficitl i. .. ... .. /*.. ; I *I. .' Of l l n.\ I lli I lh~ll'- i l


uF S.pt PenToa
t eo Pror
Date F.Y.


, b8.926
2.186
1,515

13,121
3,500
1 2'30

4 139
-.433

;.5 322
3 427'
-5,662

2,986
3.650
8,801
279
35
6.134

-72

11.341
62A
499
931
6.257


-3.569

-7.899
-4.t68


'8.382
2.597
I ,621

11.617
7.115
1,.243

4.910
9,084

51.387
3.987
-4,108

3.212
3.286
7.180
291
38
6 157

-133

10,327
1,593
1.235
1.241
7 080


-3.213

-6.975
-5.M69


S. i,57 ........


i.-.1.


-62,208 ... ....


-6.525 .......

- 8.734 .......


-@ -t---4 --


I__ I


4,,


40- o


I __ -=






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 receipt-l utl. and Ln\est-
ment held
AJ rpon and au rwa,..................
Bliac lun, diatbilitt, trust fund ... ,
Federal Dep-',l InsuranJce Corp.....
Federal .ai-ability rinurance ........
Fcds ral -mpl.veee Ide and rheath
benef its.. .......................
Federal -rnrpl'),e.C- retremeri ......
Federal nr-,spiild inr urance ..........
FederaJ ,od-3~g and surnvvori
insurance .......................
Federv supplemental medical
insurance ..................... .
General Rerenue Sturint ..........
HI t;.h r a ....... ... ... ........ .
Militan ass.stance advance ......
Railroad retirement ................
Unem plovm'rn nt .....................
Veterans IL~e insurance .............
All .I tner I ru tl .....................

Trust fund re,:eipts -and ,outlay:
on the basis of Table Il and
investments held from
Table IV D ...................

Inter'fand rencipt. offset it'unstl
trunk st I'nd i ulla ........ ........

Trtal Irust fund receipts and
ojutll'. ......... ..... ..... .

Federal fund receipts 3nd outllav *:,n
the basis of Table ] ............. ...
Inte vrfuind receipts offset azyainrst
FederaJ fund uutla', s .............

Total Federal iund receipts and
:utla s ........................

Total interfund receipts and outla's.....

Net budget receipts and outlays....... .


....... 252 -:52
P48 49 -1
....... 299 -299
2.345 1.458 887

....... 3 -3
361 1.295 -934
3.530 2.951 579

13.204 11.116 2.088


486

32
2.120

35


-95
1,142
507
297,
425
1.979
43
14


95
-1.142
-20
-297
-393
141
-43
21


22,162 21,536 62.


2,028 2,028 .......


24.190 23.564 626


53.615 44.538 9.07

10 10 .......


53,625 44,548 9.077

-2.038 -2.038 .......

75,777 66,07t3 9.7 4


-71 2271
244 354
....... -855
11.184 10,072

...... -281
2.410 4.797
19.719 17,530


-;27
-110
855
1,412

281
-2.387
2.190


72.599 75,479 -2.880


4.567
3.811

1.607
6.811

228


-1,466
3.427
3.731
904
3.030
10,430
-69
-120


1,466
1.140
80
-904
-1,423
-3.619
69
348


123,478 127.234 -3.755


: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


I


T4.462

12.838
3.919

5,108
83.447
19.719

18,416

5.043

9,222
... .... ..
866
9.563
9 420
930


14,420

12.738
4.807

5,105
82,576
20,374

19,891

5,147

9,276

416
9,137
9.375
921


189.760 182.954 184,182


23.509 23.509 .......


146.987 150,743 -3.755


246.456 304.909 -58,454

1 )9 .......


246.655 305,108 -58,454

-28,75 -28.275 .....


1 365,367


427,576 -62.209


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)


Re':eipts ind Outll s


CI ls. zificai,..r.


Tril. MlnLr


NET RECEIPTS
Individual imcomi I c. ... .. ... .. .
Corporation m iime I irei ....... .. ... ..... ......
Social insurance Lilr-s and cr.nlrlbjtilon
Employment taxr~- and r..nritrl.uunr .............. ........... .....
Unemployment in.uri .t ... .. ... ..
Contrinultion- for other insurancr- mid rcll remrtni .... ..... ....
Excise tl es. ... ........... ... .. .. ..... .... .. .
Estate and di i. lics5 ..... ....... .. .
Customs .................................... ... ... ......
Miscellaneous; rece pis ... ................. .. ....

Tota ................ ......... ... .. .. ........

NETOUTLAYS


541,672
7.342

19.112
2.120
3,2
2.732
582
704
S1, 52
'_ 75.777


Fise..il Y'ear Cm--mpar..hle Per.,o
To.i Ls Pritr Fiscal Year
--r


178 Ntl
30 247

105,409
6.811
2,414
22.3 .2
4.733
5.192
9.385

365 3'.7


:14.390
32,354

91.891
7.103
2,294
21,017
3,751
4,342
7.t81

3,21.823


National odeense ............ .............. ... ......... ... 3m 7la 8.868
Internutior.nal affairs ...... .............. ....... ....... ... ................. .'m .,1 7.9.18
General science. space, and lechn.I..mn ......................53 4 249 3,923
Energy.......................................... ........ ............... ... 511 3.259 5. 154
Natural resources and ern -ronment ...................................... .14 7.55 8.128
Agnculture .......... ............................................... ...9 1 572 5,431
Commerce aria nouusLn, credit.. ....... ........ .. ..... ........ ...1.78 3 59 3.802
Tran sports ion ........ .......... ....... ..................... ........ 87 11.915 14.313
Commurury and regional development ........... ........................ 523 4.512 5,869
Education. tratminLm eTnplotment and s.jui sern-.es ...... ... 2.304 15,476 18.733
Health .................. .............. ............................. 6.298 42.096 37,10
Income secunt .................................................................21 12 143,383 130,629
VeLerans benelil and services .......... ..............3,239 15,269 13.685
Administration of v usiice ................ ............................... 419 2.728 2.809
General govermmenl......................... 123 .2,8 2 759
General purpose fiscal assistance ......... ... ......... 1.176 4.371 4 883
Interest...................... .. ........ ............. .... ... ........ .... 7.633 31 3.
Undistlnbute offspring receipts...... ...................... .. .... ...... ...-1,235 1 -16.127 -15.256

Total ..................... ... ................. ................ ........... 66,073 427,576 382.820





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