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Full Text
21. 57:-!2./7


Monthly Treasury Statement of


Receipts and Outlays of the United States Gov r

for the fiscal year through July 31, 1982


TABLE 1-TOTALS OF BUDGET AND OFF-BUDGET RESULTS AND FINANCING (In ml


Total Budget and Off-Budget Results


Budget
Outlays


7 t r


Budget
Surplus (+)
or
Deficit (-)


Off-Budget
Surplus ()
or
Deficit (-)


Total
Surplus (+)
or
Deficit (-)


By
Borrowing
from the
Public


Means of Financing


By Reduction
of Cash
and Monetary
Assets
Increase (-)


By
Other
Means


Total
Budget
and
Off-budget
Financing


Current month (July 1982)............ 44 675 $64,506 -119,831 -71 131 -420,962 14,348 $11061 $5,553 120,962
Actual 1982 (ten months)............. 513 146 607,394 -94,246 1 4 I -106,663 91,697 6,374 8,592 106,663

Comparative data:
Actual 1981 (ten months)........... 491,324 550,472 -59,148 -16,872 -76,020 64,251 10,523 1,245 76.020
Actual 1981 (full year)........... 599 272 657,204 -57,932 -21,005 -78,936 79,329 -1,878 1,485 78,936
Estimated 1982 ................. ... 2.101 730,985 118.884 -19,276 -128,160 126,737 -1,300 2,723 1J,_ Ic
Estimated 19831.................... 46.498 761,516 -11i5 ld -14,901 -129,919 126,000 ............ 3,919 [- 4 ''<


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

Actual Actual Actual Budget
Classification This Month This Fiscal Comparable Estimates
Year to Date Prior Period Full Fiscal Year1


Individual income taxes ...................................... $23,987 $244,652 F233 074 $298,510
Corporation income taxes .................................... 601 42,638 50 871 49,869
Social insurance taxes and contributions:
Employment taxes and contributions ........................ 13,211 150,790 :34 3i2 181,410
Unemployment insurance .................................. 1,292 13,324 13 375 16,680
Contribuuons for other insurance and retirement ............. 370 3,448 3,275 1 193
Excise taxes............................................... 2,774 30,751 33,190 .1 -.v.
Estate and gift tLaes ........................................ 624 6,715 5,550 8,057
Customs duties.................................... 773 7,419 6,535 9,212
Miscellaneous receipts ...................................... 1,042 13,410 11,120 16,115
Total......................................... ...... 44,675 513,148 491,324 622,101
BUDGET OUTLAYS
Legislative branch .......................................... 145 1,130 979 1,441
The Judiciary ......................... ............ 47 583 531 730
Executive Office of the President ............................. 8 79 81 95
Funds Appropriated to the President:
International security assistance ........................... 98 2,589 2,881 3,488
International development assistance........................ 299 1,971 1,702 2.365
Other............................. ................................ -180 555 1,516 981
Department of Agriculture............................... .... 2,668 31,003 22,676 35,163
Department of Commerce .................................. 152 1,663 1,866 2,164
Department of Defense military' .................. ....... 16,329 151,392 129,173 182,731
DepaEtment of Defense Civil............ ......263 2,389 2,529 3,012
Department of Education ................... ...... 886 11,894 12,788 15,153
Department of Energy ...... .......... ........... 501 6,611 9,476 8,885
Department of Health and Human Services' ................. 22,499 208,676 187,363 252,403
Department of Housing and Urban Development ................ 1,499 12,769 12,180 14,987
Department of the Interior ... ........................... 284 3,145 3,056 4,042
Department of Justice ................ ................... 223 2,114 2,245 2,664
Department of Labor.................. .................... 2,765 24,811 25,738 30,296
Department of State ....................... .. .............. 184 1,785 1,659 2,153
Department of Transportation ...... ......................... 1,548 16,180 18,940 20,553
Department of the Treasury
General revenue sharing................................... 1,139 4,567 5 134 4,570
Interest on the public debt ........................ ..... 8,709 98,868 79 7T 118,200
Other ............... ............. .. .... .. -1,205 -9,329 -6,593 -12,222
Environmental Protection Agency.............................. 412 4,152 4,538 5,307
National Aeronauics and Space Administration ............ 435 5,068 4,673 5,850
Veterans Administration ......... ............ ............ .. 3,097 21,019 20,110 24 190
Other independent agencies .. ............................... 2,738 28,146 29,907 34 103
Allowances, undistributed ............................. ..................... ................................. ....... -1 00i
Undistribuled offserrng receipts
Federal employer contributions to retirement funds .......... -589 -5 153 -4 671 -7 561
Interest on certain Government accounts ........... ........ -59 -15 449 13.349 Ift 593
Rents and royalties on the Ouler Continental Shelf lands ... 88 -5 &835 -F 17 -7 if-i
Total ................. ................................ 64.506 607,394 550,472 730.985
Budget surplus (-) or defic t I(- ............... ........... -19,831 -94,246 -59.148 -108.884
Off-budget surplus (.) or deficit (-) ............................ .-1 31 -12.417 -16 872 19 27
Total surplus (. I or deficit (-) .. .................. ....... -20 962 -106,663 -7,. 020 12d 16t


See footnotes on page 3.
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Net Transactions Account Balances
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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................. ...... ....... 9,987 Z91,762 365,549 S997,855 1 .r. .i.30 $1,089,617
Federal Financing Bank .................... ...... .. ........ ........ ......... (.-. .*. (.*}
Total public debt securities...................... 9,987 91,762 65,549 997,855 1,079,630 1,089,617

Agency securities, issued under special financing
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Total federal securities ......................... 9,969 90,687 65,071 1,003,941 1,084,658 1,094,628


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Federal securities held as investments of
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Total borrowing from the public .................... 14,348 91,697 64,
Accrued interest payable to the public....................... 4,158 5,642 4,
Allocations of special drawing rights........................ -1 -257
Deposit funds................. ............. ........ ... -365 850 1,
Miscellaneous liability accounts (includes checks
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Total liability accounts ............................ 19,900 99,173 73,
ASSET ACCOUNTS (Deduct)


820 209,507 I 212,875


251 794,434 871,783
202 11,632 13,116
218 5,608 5,351
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658 7,656 7,138


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U. S. Treasury operating cash:
Federal Reserve account ............................. -823 -245 -1,180 3,520
Tax and loan note accounts............................. 223 -8,027 -8,492 15,150
Balance................................... ..... .. -600 -8,272 -9,671 18,670
Special drawing rights:
Total holdings................ ....... ............. 130 695 -290 3,896
SDR certificates issued to Federal Reserve Banks ........ -200 -700 200 -3,318


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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........................ .................
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 applied to current year's surplus or deficit
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Total budget and off-budget financing
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Reclassification of outer continental shelf bid deposits....

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

Budget surplus (-) or deficit:
Based on composition of unified budget in prior fiscal year..
Reclassification of outer continental shelf bid deposits....

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

Off-budget surplus (-) or deficit (Table M) ..................

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

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

Total--Transactions not applied to current year's
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Excess of liabilities close of period.........................


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Fiscal Year to Date

This Year Prior Year;


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Fiscal Year to Date


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

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Current Fiscal Year


This Year Prior Year This Year This Month


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250
1,725


5,029


3867,392 S782,009 3703,172

.......... .......... 561

867,392 782,009 703,733

19,831 94,246 59,710
.......... .......... -561
19,831 94,246 59,148

1,131 12,417 16,872

20,962 106,663 76,020

-20 -339 -364

.......... ( ) -194


-20 | -339 -558

888,334 888,334 779,195


This Month






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

Account Balances
Transactions Current Fiscal Year


Classification


Borrouint- from the Treasury:
Commodvy Credit Corporation.........................
Commerce, Fishing Vessels NOAA.....................
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 Administration:
General insurance ..................................
Special risk insurance ..............................
General Services Administration:
Pennsylvania Avenue Development Corporation ........
Government National Mortgage Association:
Emergency home purchase assistance fund ............
Management and liquidating functions .................
Special assistance functions .........................
International Communication Agency ...................
Rural Communication Development Fund ...............
Rural Electrification Administration...................
Rural Telephone Bank .................................
Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation ........
Secretary of Agriculture, Farmers Home Administration:
Rural housing insurance fund ........................
Agricultural credit insurance fund....................
Rural development insurance fund ....................
Secretary of Education:
College housing loans ...............................
Secretary of Energy:
Bonneville Power Administration .....................
Secretary of Housing and Urban Development:
Housing for the Elderly and Handicapped ..............
Low-Rent Public Housing............................
New communities guaranty:
Title IV...........................................
Title VII .........................................
Urban renewal fund .................................
Secretary of the Interior:
Bureau of Mines, helium fund........................
Secretary of Transportation:
Railroad Revitalization and Improvement ..............
Rail Service Assistance .............................
Regional Rail Reorganization ........................
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 ........................


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

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


I Fiscal Year to Date
This Month C.,n,-- .. r le
Tri, lYeir Prir ear
----Pci at _..a-r


$457 $2,655
.......... i 1

.......... -19


30
-357
13,952

70


-13
1,717

2
100
52
-1

5
25
160




660
15

16
-100


4
6
818


1,019


2
437


2
27





S ..........



40
33

1
..........


..........
6
15
..........

..........


$31


Beginning of Close of
T --. Close of
This Month
Ths 'i.,ir This Month


$14,374


$16,572
1


$17,029
1


27 19 .: .... ... ........ ....


-527
20,286

66

7

88

1275

117
87
-2

30
500
190




715
50

47
-50


25
1
2,127
175


25.267


357
107,309

2,188
1,959

52

2,329
5,968

3
7,865
624

2,236
2,350
885

2,687

700

2,095
25
8
332
200

252

25
1
14
325

20
150

1,730

157,193


30
120,241

2,188
2,029

52

2,314
7,248

5
7,964
649
110

2,241
2,375
1,045

2,687

700

2,715
7
8
347
100

252

29
2
817
325

20
150

1,730

174,953


30
121,261

2,188
2,029

52

2,316
7,685

5
7,965
676
110

2,241
2,375
1,045

2,687

700

2,755
40

8
348
100

252

29
7
832
325

20
150

1,730

176,991


.......... 1,419 1,605 12,409 13,829 13,829
.......... 2 78 101 102 102
........ -67 -67 1,288 1,221 1,221
45 1,161 1,450 10,874 11,990 12,035
.......... -8 215 215 207 207

45 2,507 3.281 24,887 27.349 27.394


9 0A8


2. -305


28.548


182.080


202,302


204,385


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.


2 08 22 30 28 54





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


Classification


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


Net Purchases or Sales (-)


-45 -$6

2 -2


(<) 123 32
) -6 -1


..... .......... 3


..........
-1



7
...........

13
...........



70
18
1
427


(55)

78


88
...........
-6
-17


(E)
-16

-3

94
1

-278
..........


589
2
35
-781


-9

-3

75
1

-42
..........


..........
1,562
..........
28
-512


18


..........

-27

-524

35
74


Securities Held as Investments
Current Fiscal Year


$3


2,192
169


11

1
73

22

262
64

1,395
12


(**)
4,082
198
209
3,130


468


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

6

4,557
78
160
665


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

$4


2,315
163

11

1
58

19

350
65

1,104
12


(5)
4,601
181
243
1,921


491


92

...........

4,961
67
183
788


2,315
163


(*s)
4,671
199
245
2,348


170


5,049
67
177
770


682 588 715 17,327 17,232 17,915
-1 -40 -15 435 396 395

681 548 701 17,762 17,628 18,310


5
..........


-2,894

99

-498

206
(


() (.s) ()
24 16 25


-7,922 1,962 22,700
-100 .......... 555
2,637 -4,093 3,392
3,112 2,915 18,141
-50 .......... 50
1,919 -558 3,821
4 2 8


1
2

71
1

95

(w)
48


17,672
455
5,930
21,752

5,534
12


14,778
455
6,029
21,254
..........* .o
5,740
13






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


Net Purchases or Sales (-)


Fiscal Year to Date


Securities Held as Investments
Current Fiscal Year


Beginning of |


This Year Prior Ye ar ihi Y-.,.r I r. M.1.:.nit


This Month


Trust fund Continue,1
Department ol tne [nte-lr ... .. ......

Department ol Ljlw.or
Lin.mpJ'\ nc. nt rLru41 lund ...........
Oiler ..............

Department .,i Sa131l
Foreign e rvn'%i rt tiren tr ajn. .11i abiliv. fund. .........
Other ...... .......


Department of Tran.'prwltion
Airport and airwa"v [ru-[ fund
Hil'h a," tru-i lInd
Other

Deparltnnr .:f4 hi. Trut -'ut
Envirnlonri mental Prot .telir, Aorcrc':

Veteran A. iniua -lration
Government Wti,: in-ur-nc urdn
Nalnoral s.-r .ice [tii irsdiranr, fund
Pubtli dp-t.a hlV urit-r l
A,:ncv ,zcuriti ?
Veteran special life mriuranc,- funl
General Post Fund Nasioral Hi.-ie- .


-8
..........


- 13 -17 -,1154


-3,120
6


116
r_


426 13,527
-5 3


39 880
(, 1


10,855
3


10,406
9


.............. -152 -388
.............. 68 469


.............. 40 23
............. 23 213


-4 -24


-36
...... .


Lnd.pe nclnt A,:eni-
Fe1d ral .p.- _4ti Inrurarr.t Corp..r'ric.n. ..............
General Ser.'cE- ~. rinrrusration ..............
Harrm S Truman Mlen'orial Scth.-lAr hip Trust Fund.....
Japan- .ruled iiale- Frien si-ihip Comnl-'ion ............
Office or Per s--r.rel Mana,'em int
CIiil rtt-ir retirern'erI andI dj-abilitv fund:
Putbh. de int _-curities ..............
A .ncvn securities .............
Ermpl'.%;er health t..nerfti fund. ..............
Emplov.t s li f r ,-urar. : lund ..............
Rltir-d ,mpl.-.c- z healrt rlit.nr it .. fund ..............
Railroad Penrrem nl Board .............

Total public Jel t ECUr itu ..............
Total aeencvy uritis ... ..........

Total tru l fI nao .... .. ......

Off-budget Federal eri.l,'.
Federal Financin: R ........ ..
Postal S ri ..-
Rural lecltr ili:a..'n and l-ephon. revolt i fund ...... ...


306

51
1


-25 388

219 8,072
........... 135
46 710
1 4


-964 -1,392 -2,156
.......... -100 ...........
53 57 3
11 384 377
.......... -1 (
-402 -553 -468

-5,032 -3,129 -638
' .. .. ... .. -250 ...........

-5,032 -3,379 -638


-28


1,822


149
608


11,894
3
39
18


83,731
275
613
4,180
1
1,943
188,745
1,015


189,760


8,413
135
761
5


12,945
3
40
17


12,823
3
40
17


83,303 82,339
175 175
618 670
4,554 4,565
1 1
1,792 1,390
190,648 185,615
765 765

191,413 186,380


31982 3,832
3 3


3,803
3


Total puo l" .*lbl ecTurtil-. ...... ......

Total OlfI-tudciel Federal enlir .,i ....... .....

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


-28 1,822

-28 1,822

--. 37') -1. C


757 1,985

757 1,985

12i0 Jo.gr.'


3,834 3,806

3,834 3,806

12.87S 208.49t


Note I[ntmcnnt_ are in Public DfbM Secu.ites unless otherwise noted.
See footnote, or, pa-Fe 3


1 13laifli aLion


This Month


o f


. . -






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


ti FI E' C E I P -.

I[na, ,,ja dl I r,:.:.r.i, rA. Corp",r iion I n',rr 'e ax.'c-.
f.,iair l -r ur. ,:,r x m and

Er.iplc.m.rrnin l.1. indl
," ':.hi r -r.u I'" "
i. rnr pl.r."penpl Ir.,.urance
Cnnrirtul.'rn- [f.r other
inlur. nC.- ar..J r:iirrr.. -,rif

E Lai: an,1i .-Ii ra.x. -
Cusl..-Pr ul~ = l .

T.:al Fr-ITT.Ap i



NVT OTTTT.AVS


I I F l Com-
-I ?***' rc _inr F-t, :.I3.t- 'r April 13 .lun ul. Pu Slep 'Iar
r,. Prior
F Y



22.55'3 21.77, *..77, a ,. 21 .007 13 391 41l.72 .1 5i-.. 32 273 23.987 -144 652 ?233,054
!. ., 2 4'. I'. 10 ,' 2 473 1 ',13 6.9 10 .342 1.0 10.'.9 riul 42.638 50.872


14 314 13.r',Y7 11 1l 13. i.15 13 :33 1A 226 11 112 15 I 2 17 018 13.211 150.790 134,352
439 I 63 221 r.,. '.734 13, .1'0 5 104 217 I 2A 2 13 324 13,375

3,1 3'23 33 357 342 3'5. 3i 327 336 37| I I 33 441 3.275
348r. 3 334 3 F33 3 087 2 9~0 3.162 2 732 2.841 'i -.7 4 30.751 33.190
'.43 5'.' 6I4 ,.1, I6i, 7b7 5. '.l? 74. 6.14 .715 5.550
784 ;21 :3 ,..' P4 812 7, I4 .' 771 773 7 419 6,535
S1.3 5 1 341 ,6:: I 1 1 i. 21'. 1.1-.7 1.1 5 1.341 1 ."34 1 42 13 410 11.120

4'., 1'4, 44 ,'1'. 1 2 -') 43 0M 4.'. 1" 75 777, 3i.7'.' 6 '.; 3 1 44 675 i3. 14J .........

:. jJ ,j jJ "J. 4'. ', I..... .... 1.4-'4


Le I-Wtali e Pranch ............ : 7 ( 9 19 1i 111' 1 1 111) 91 li1 145 1.130)
Th- u ............ .. .... -4 47 ,.3' 4.'. '1R 4-1 ,12 47 583
Executive Office of the
President.............. ... .. 11I 7 8 .0 r. 7 1 79
Funds Appropriated to the
President:
International security
assistance ............ '.7 30 i75 4,20 1. 4: l-.) 2':. 17 98 2.589
International development
assistance ................ 193 235 67 131 162 324 83 309 166 299 1,971
Other ..................... 271 258 -100 411 -36 161 229 -25 -433 -180 Y25
Department of Agriculture:
Foreign assistance, special
export programs and
Commodity Credit
Corporation ............... 883 1,738 2,754 3,109 773 876 271 9 13 421 '0 8417
Other ..................... 2,262 1,334 2,039 1,464 2,211 3,518 2,214 1,353 1,513 2,247 .'0,15
Department of Commerce...... 212 1V3 162 17" 1C5 1C.5 167 152 145 15? 1 663
Department of Defense: -. --
Military:
Department of the Army... 3 i'9i 3.379 3 6.6 F 3.304 3 46 r'. A 't 7"'. 4.6 il 4.129 3Y.802
Department of the Navy 443 4.1..1i I2::. 4 .'51 4 '.; 3r.3 5 11. 4 .. 5.241 5'.101 49.131
Department of Air Force 4.532 4.0 5'. -4' 4 2. 4 4.742 1 953 4.297 4 7,9 4 924 45.47.,
Defense agencies ......... 1 .92-6i I t:r. I 1 i I .tI 171 .'.:'73 2.,177 ?.u,S: 2.175 I 12 '73

Total Military ....... 14 3.51 13 bt. 1'. P.0 13 7tb. 14 ?.:3 l 1.1-' it..013 14.o.2 It..l041 16.3.29 :-.1.392

Civil. ................ 29.. 250 271 21 15 21 24;, _:,,. 3. .3 2 2 .389
Department of Education...... .269 I 414 I 11', I.J29 1 .21i 59 059 I 1 2.1 I Ir.. 1.000 d88 11.894
Department of Energy....... ... W ,i 4 I 9 '5'7 .,t7 i3 2 ,42 r'.')n" 7!9 501 Ai 611
Department of Health and
Human Services:
Human Development
Services .................. 369 369 416 510 476 437 557 460 459 377 4,434
Health Care Financing
Administration:
Grants to States for
Medicaid .............. 1,410 1,363 1,339 1,308 1,436 1,469 1,671 1,464 1,573 1,514 14,5481
Federal Hospital Ins.
Trust Fund......... 2,678 2,626 2,920 2,591 2,664 3,168 2,997 2,750 3,312 3,000 28,708
Federal Supp. Med. Ins.
Trust Fund............. 1,258 1,278 1,304 1,164 1,165 1,358 1,258 1,269 1,363 1,273 12,690
Other..... ............... 1,027 1,036 2,750 141 1,045 1,868 1,037 1,055 1,024 1,174 12,159
Social Security Adm.:
Assis. Pmts. Program .... 708 708 524 688 692 636 763 662 501 792 6,675
Federal Old-Age and
Survivors Insurance
Trust Fund.............. 11,006 11,009 21,985 233 11,171 11,237 11,303 11,217 12,947 11,960 114,068i
Federal Disability Ins.
Trust Fund.............. 1,527 1,497 2,929 39 1,478 1,558 1,490 1,448 1,492 1,548 15,005
Other............... 1,495 192 2,569 224 1,101 1,234 1,617 246 891 1,628 11,196
Other...................... -548 -608 -3,455 422 -548 -1,338 -796 -689 -2,475 -766 -10,807


979
531

81


2,881

1,702
1,516



4,566
18,110
1,866

30,874
41.470
39.023
17.805

129.173

2,529
12,788
9,476


4,527


13,633

24,059
10.844
8.091

7,050


100,408

14.234
10.381
-5.863







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


Clas irficat ion



OUTLAYS- -ContinuE.u

Department of Houing
and I'rban De- el-:pmeri
Departn t in .1 c 1he Interior
Deparniner.I of Juslirc
Departn.eni of I abor
Unemployment Lru'jt fund
Other
Department of Sita-
Department of Tran'portation
Highaav tru.t fund'
Other
Department oi the Trea-urt
[nlerest on the public d(t.
General rrvEnue sharirrn .
Other
Environirental Protection
Agencv
National At rcna'lic, and
Space Adlmirnruralicr,
Veterans .dmirnisiralic.r.
ComperL, -ation3p.nsion4.
Comperrin~aion and p4:ai'flS
National serI ice idfe
Governmental ser' ice lie.
Other
Independeril Agencies
General Sern ices Alrr,-in .
Office of Personnel M1anaae-
ment
Postal Serice
Small Busines- Admirstra3ion
Tennessee V3lles Auiho.rr','
Other ind seenrLes
UncastrituiE-i offsetrinrg receil-t
Federal empl-.ysr contributions
to reEirnieni fund
Interest credited to c-rtain
accounts
Rents and PRc"'alies on Outer
Continental Sheli Lands

Totals-this %ear
Budget outlays


'.-iI N..v [D1c Jan


'1 7,T
355
220

1.151)



751
1.0201

7 975
1 144
-851

577

658

2.03 I

4




I 657
217
402
236
1 205


-530

-251


"c00
524

1.261
%4
203

733
775

8.587
2
-385

435

'.17
1215
40

678



1 .65t.

50
179
286


-4el

-242


-25t' -1.250


1,425
420'
1'*3

1 Q69

142

792


14.7'91

-1.514

42 S




38



113
53



I .o45
-I
178
1,284


1.614



569
1.7

454

7,c49-I
1 122
- 1 ,182

394

443

41
41
5



1 50'3

8'0

-W5'
M3'


Fe. Mlarn Aprdl


:854
54


2 0i74
247


439
1 671

j.482
17
-334

334

493
I, lo
26
4
773

143

1.419

13
4-
2-4


.i..3 1 1 85



511 4'39
141 174

45f. L13
750 1 2"93

8 8 A0 8 '.'93
1 1 142
-1.20? -1 44

4-6 395

..?4 4t'4

1.113 2 1K4
0
1.1:1'92 1 .

??9 -27.'

1.575 1.77r;
... 2l'9 .

73 144
I.u080 I. 26-


-'.:13 -510

-192 -202

-984 -'.22


1.13 iurs- lul, Au, C.pr


I 3174
'43
11A

2 25'?
5 A
134

IS .'2
752

15.7I.


- Ir

497;

I loU
33

7-4



I 7sf

17
224
1.3.1


4 199
.'3


2.152
t614
184

58t-
'62

6 71Yj
1.13'9
-1 2')5

412

435

2? 1'-
41

d2 1

-176.

1 717
251
41
-'6
'5


-'1)3 -491 -.643'

-317 -7.175 -5.'


t ar parable
T Prio r
Fr ',


:12 7'9'
S3.145
2.114

19 611
5.199
1.785

r.,021
10 159

| 9JH.868
4.567
-9 329

4 152

5.068

12.129
392






67t.
".50
1.352
I 8.7al


Iotals-pnro i r
Budli' *.~allj i

Budget urplus r-1 d eriat i

Off hluJgrt Vtroda I *C ."Jr ftcnH I

Total F rplwu ,r dfeefi.rp I


See footnotes on page 3.


., iV ,4 1 J4.1 4 1. i .... '

t .' 1 I I I *I : ... ........ j ..

*_. jr. .' .-.. .- ".''. ... .
"' Il' "*. l .l: I lll i, 1 I l l .".. .. ;


12,180
3.056
2.245

15.729
10 Clio
1.659

7.036
11.914

79,762
5.134
-6.593

4.538

4..673

11.275
430
56
8.348



14.995
1.343
1 751
1.625
10.335


-6?8 -277 -r641)

-6.708 -228 -75

-373 -511 -759'


63.256 54.658 7".291 45.'30 ,7 822r.3 --. .r. 073 5..683 59."23 64. % M. I i 34 .394


-4"- -323 -388 -5.835


-5. 153 -4.671

-15 449 -13.349


Budget surplus (.1 or deicit 1-1. -18.105 -10,642 -19.468 -9 33 -14 760 -18.255, 9.764 -I1 930 -6.724 -l. B31 -94.24..

Off-budeet surpiut (.1 or I l
deficit I-. 1 -644 -1.880 -1 C48 -1.X30 -213 -93 -2 494 -2.'7 -1,131 -12 7 .........
To l rr d -1 ,749 5 8.109 -14 18 773 711 1,424 4, 7 -20 .2 3 .........
Total surplu- f.1 or deficit 1- -18,74 2 522 --14 18 773 8 711 -.414, 4.1-7 --u r-2 -1I1* (-63
1 ,4-, 1 52 ?0. I-=,--- lit- .. .


-6.417






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


Trust receipts, outlays, and invest-
ment 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 .......


Receipts Outlays Excess Receipts


Outlays | Excess


..... $163 -$163 -$1 $383 -$384
$51 46 5 400 504 -104
122 -122 -919 919
1,622 1,522 100 16,966 14,308 2,658

..... -63 63 ........ -412 412
370 1,282 -912 3,442 4,770 -1,329
2,575 2,952 -377 28,590 25,488 3,103

8,937 11,812 -2,875 103,061 108,927 -5,866

..... -221 221 -2,012 2,012
..... 1,139 -1,139 4,567 4,567 -1
590 589 1 5,567 5,133 434
..... -187 187 121 -121
78 447 -369 2,173 4,400 -2,227
1,292 2,160 -868 13,324 16,439 -3,115
..... 45 -45 ........ -328 328
44 -79 122 333 -169 503


15,558 21,729 -6,171


1 823


17,381


1.823


178,423 181,200


.... 36.035


; 23,552 1 -6,171 214,458


44,675 64,506 -19,831


513,148


-2,777


36,135 .... .


217,234 -2,777


607,394


-94,246


Beginning of
Close of
This Yearl This Month This Month



$4,712 $4,475 $4,323

11,894 12,945 12,823
3,392 5,930 6,029
84,95


5,172
84,554
21,752

18,127

5,534

..........
9,587

1,792
10,855
9,678
1,011


191,413


5,236
83,582
21,254

15,233

5,740
9,654
1,390
10,406
9,638
1,072


II _______________________ -


186,380


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.


29,117 42,777 -13,660 339,292 430,761 -91,469

75 75 ....... 291 291 .......

29,192 42,852 -13,660 339,583 431,052 -91,469

-1,898 -1,898 ....... -40,892 -40,892 .......


4,795
84,952
18,191

23,255

3,821

9,186

1,943
13,527
9,305
787



189,760


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


Receipts and Outlays


Classification


This Month


NET RECEIPTS

Individual income taxes.........................................................
Corporation income taxes........................................................
Social insurance taxes and contributions:
Employment taxes and contributions ...........................................
Unemployment insurance ...................................................
Contributions for other insurance and retirement................................
Excise taxes .................................................................
Estate and gift taxes ...........................................................
Custom s ......................................................................
Miscellaneous receipts......................................................

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

NET OUTLAYS


National defense..............................................................
International affairs ....................... ..... ....... .......... ... ..........
General science, space, and technology ..........................................
Energy..... .............................................................
Natural resources and environment..............................................
Agriculture ................................................................
Commerce and housing credit..................................... .............
Transportation ........................... ............. ..... ......
Community and regional development ..........................................
Eduatlorn, training, employment and social services............................
Heath.......................................................................
Income security ................................ ................ ..... ........
Veterans benefits and services..................................................
Administration of justice .................................... ...................
General government............................................................
General purpose fiscal assistance ...............................................
Interest .......................................................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts.................................................

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


Fiscal Year
To Date


$23,954
634

13,211

2,774
624
773
1,042

44,675


-.4-4 62


150,790
13,324
3,448
30,751
6,715
7,419
13,410

513,148


16,757
460
552
171
1,161
831
996
1,608
502
1,838
6,275
22,385
3,099
376
207
1,165
7,158
-1,036

64,506


Comparable Period
Prior Fiscal Year




Z233,054
50,872

134,352
13,375
3,275
:i'. l 'f

6,535
11,120

491,324


155 096

4, 7
10,602
13,057
4,630
16,699
6,027
21,308
61,163
206,849
21,049
3,820
3,838
6,092
84,975
-26,438

607,394


132,200
9,285
5,584
8,416
10,886
5,468
4,342
19,506
8,250
25,937
3.1710
187,648
20,137
3,926
3,906
6,414
68,834
-24,437

550,472


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