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SMonthly Treasury Statement of


Receipts and Outlays of the United States Go'

for the fiscal year through August 31,1982


TABLE I--TOTALS OF BUDGET AND OFF-BUDGET RESULTS AND FINANCING(

Total Budget and Off-Budget Results I M


Period


Budget
Receipts


Budget
OCmlU ,


Budget
Surplus (+)
or
Deficit (-)


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


Total
Surplus (+)
or
Deficit (-)


By
Borrowing
from the
Public


i 4 4 + + I I


Current month (August 1982)..........
Actual 1982 (eleven months) ..........
Comparative data:
Actual 1981 (eleven months) ........
Actual 1981 (full year) .............
Estimated 1982 ....................
Estimated 1983 ....................


344,924
558.072

538,993
599,272
622,101
646.498


$59.628
667,021

603,260
657,204
730,985
761,516


-S14.704
-108,950

-64,267
-57,932
-108.884
-115,018


-82,047
-14,465

-17,906
-21,005
-19,276
-14,901


-$16,751
-123.415

-82,173
-78.936
-128.160
-129.919


$21,086
112.784


7 12 I
126,737
126,000


$2,338 6.673 i16.751
8.712 1,919 123.415

11,853 -433 i 82.173
-1,878 1.485 78.936
-1.300 2,723 128.160
3.919 129,919


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

,A l Actual Actual B..eii
Classification This Month This Fiscal Comparable i 1 rn.,ri
Year to Date Prior Period Full Fiscal Year'

Individual income taxes ...................................... 20,867 $265,519 $254.669 Z298.510
Corporation income taxes ................................... 422 43,061 52.479 49.869
Social insurance taxes and contributions:
Employment ta.res and contributions ........................ 14,823 16i. ri. 1 I' 315 181,410
Unemployment ir.urance .................................. 2,743 I 0' I. '*. 16.680
Contributions for other insurance and retirement............. 396 3,844 4,493
Excise taxes ............................................... 2,828 33,579 2:7 24 37 71-
Estate and gift taxes ....................................... 681 7,395 6,117 '57
Customs duties ............................................ 747 8,166 7? il 9.212
Miscellaneous receipts ...................................... 1,418 14,828 12 "i 16.115
Total................................ ............... 44,924 558,072 538,993 622,101

BUDGET OUTLAYS
Legslauve branch........................... ....... 123 1,253 1,074 1,441
The Judiciary .............................................. 77 660 595 730
Executive Office of the President ............................. 9 88 89 95
Funds Appropriated to the President:
International security assistance ........................... 133 2 2,983 ? 488
International development assistance ...................... 137 2 ,im 1,956 ? 3"
Other...................... ............................ 10 566 1,620 981
Department of Agriculture................................... 2,184 33,187 25,426 35,163
Department of Commerce................................... ........ 165 1,828 2,041 2,164
Department of Defense Military2 ........................... 15,011 166,404 1C 411 182,731
Department of Deflnse Civil................................ 283 2,672 ? lI" 3,012
Department of Education'.................................. 1,357 13,251 14,233 15,153
Department of Energy......................... .................... 538 7,149 10,553 8,885
Department of Health and Human Services .................... 21,168 229,844 206,398 252.403
Department o[ Housing and Urban Development................. 1,033 13,802 13.461 14.987
Department of the Interior .................................. 312 3,458 3.327 4.042
Department of Justice2...................................... 217 2,331 2.444 2.664
Department of Labor ........................................ 2,909 27,719 ?77 8 30,296
Department of State ......................................... 183 1,968 I '4 2,153
Department of Transportation .... ........................ 1,802 17,983 20 6 ? 20,553
DepartmenI of the Treasury:
General revenue sharing .................................. 1 4.568 137 4,570
Interest on the public debt ... .......................... 9,476 1IJ j-4 b; W8o 118,200
Other2 .................................................. -243 -.' 171 -6.849 -12.222
Environmental Protection Agency .......................... 418 4,570 4,997 5.307
National Aeronautics and Space Adminrusiratcn .............. 491 5,559 5.074 5,850
Veterans Administration .................................... 994 22,013 20,896 24,190
Other independent agencies' ................................. 1,874 30,020 32,341 34,103
Allowances, undistribute .................................. ...... .... .................... .................. -1,000
Undistributed offsetting receipts
Federal employer cornrtbunons to retirement funds .......... -505 -5,658 -5,140 -7,561
Interest on certain Government accounts .................... -295 -15,745 -13,603 -16.593
Rents and royalties on the Outer Continental Shelf lands ...... -238 -6,073 -9,348 -7.164

Total................................................ 59,628 667,021 603,260 730,985
Budget surplus (+) or deficit (-)...................... -14,704 -108,950 -64,267 -108,884
Off-budget surplus (+) or deficit (-) .......................... -2,047 -14,465 -17,906 -19,276

Total surplus (+) or deficit (-) .............................. -16,751 -123,415 -82,173 -128,160


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






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TABLE IV--MEANS OF FINANCING (In millions)


(Assets and Liabilities
Directly Related to
Budget and Off-budget Activity)


LIABILITY ACCOUNTS

Borrowing 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 securities, issued under special financing
authorities (See Schedule B. For other agency
borrowing, see Schedule C) ...........................

Total federal securities .........................

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

Total borrowing from the public...................

Accrued interest payable to the public......................
Allocations of special drawing rights ......................
Deposit funds...........................................
Miscellaneous liability accounts (includes checks
outstanding etc.).......................................

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
value adjustments .................................

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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Fiscal Year to Date


This Month


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19,616


This Year Prior Year


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$72,492

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997,855
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21,086 112,784 70,753 794,434 886,131 907,218

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-44 -301 245 5,608 5,351 5,307
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-13 121 841 10,458 10,593 10,580

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Classification


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Bud.etl urplu' I I1 r lelicil
Based Lrn con-pusiliun :*.f urdi Jed budt'let in prlur i-ccil yar .. .
Reclassiin ttlln 01 outer contrinernta.l hell r,1 j,.ep a..is .

B u ,3i 'el 4 u rp lu + i- I o r le l ,ic ilt IT a t le 1 ] 1 . .

Olui-t,luJ it iurpius I -I or d-liclt I T hable il . .

Tutal surplus I-I or delicil (Table [IlI ... .......

Transactir.ns not applied to current f ar's sirpiui or deiicitl
Sei gni-r raIe ........ ..... ... ... ... ... ... ...
Incrrement on cold ....... ... .......... .. ....
Proceeds fronm currency ...... .... ... .. ..
Profit on sale ol gold .... .......... .. .. .. .
Net gain (-1 loss for IlMF loan valuation adjustmen .. .......

Total--Transactions not applied to current year's
surplus or deficit ... .. ........ .. ..... ...

Exces. oi liabiliti. cio'e ,:f period ... ...... ... ..


This Fiscal Year to Date
Month This Year Prior Year


"81i8.334 7782.i.909


70)3.172


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

888.334 782,0i:9 703,733

14,704 108.950 64.828
S.. .. ......... -561

14,704 108.950 64.267

2,047 14,465 17.906

S 16.751 123.415 82,173

-21 -359 -102
......... ........ ...... .

......... I -194


-21 -359 -596

905,064 905,064 785,310


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


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

Agency securities issued under special financing authorities:
Obligations of the United States, issued by:
Export-Import Bank ................................... -$13 -$350 -$209 $446 $109 $95
Obligations guaranteed by the United States, issued by:
Department of Defense:
Family Housing Mortgages ........................... -9 -117 -115 516 408 399
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Federal Housing Administration ...................... -8 -87 -46 432 353 345
Department of Transportation:
Coast Guard:
Family Housing Mortgages ......................... (U) (w) (*+) 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 -127 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 ............................ -31 -1,105 -496 6,086 5,011 4,981

See footnotes on page 3.






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


Classification





Borrowing from the Treasury:
Commodity Credit Corporation.......................
Commerce, Fishing Vessels NOAA....................
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 A~rnue Development Corporation .........
Government NationJ Mortgage Association:
Emergency home purchase assistance fund .............
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......................


Transactions


This Month




$785
..........



1,364






137
..........
1
9
1
.........o








40
-30


-50



........
2
... .


Fiscal Year to Date


This Year


$3,440
1
-19

30
-357
15,316

70


-13
1,854
..........
3
109
53
-1

5
25
160




700
-15

16
-150



4
6
820


Comparable
Prior Year


t381
85

-497
21,039

66

7

88
1,275
-22
3
147
88
-1

30
500
265




755
400

1
47
-50



25
1
-46
175

**........
o..**.....


Account Balances
Current Fiscal Year


Begi

This Year


inning of

This Month


$14,374 S17,029
............ 1
19 ............

......... 30
357 ............
107,309 121,261

2,188 2,188
1,959 2,029

52 52

2,329 2,316
5,968 7,685
........... ...........
3 5
7,865 7,965
624 676
111 110

2,236 2,241
2,350 2,375
885 1,045

2,687 2,687

700 700

2,095 2,755
25 40

8 8
332 348
200 100

252 252

25 29
1 7
14 832
325 325

20 20
150 150

1,730 1,730


Close of
This Month



$17,814
1


30
122,625

2,188
2,029

52

2,316
7,822
..............
6
7,974
677
110

2,241
2,375
1,045

;,687

700

2,795
10

8
348
50

252

29
7
834
325

20
150

1,730


2.259 22.057 24.762 157.193 176.991 179.250


......... 1,419 1,866 12,409 13,829 13,829
8 10 9 101 102 109
-67 -232 1,288 1,221 1,221
15 1,176 1,600 10,874 12,035 12,050
-8 215 215 207 207

23 2.530 3.458 24.887 2_7.394 27.416


24,587


28,220


182,080


204,385


206,666


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.


"





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



Net Purchases or Sales (-) Securities Held as Investments
Current Fiscal Year
Classification
Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of Close of
This Month This Month
1 hi Mo th --------------------------This M onth
This Year Prior Year This Year This Month

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

Department of Commerce ................................ 2 -2 2 $4 $4

Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Federal Housing Administration:
Federal housing administration fund:
Public debt securities............................ 835 158 18 2,192 2,315 2,350
Agency securities............................... (-. -6 -4 169 163 163
Government National Mortgage Association:
Emergency mortgage purchase assistance:
Agency securities................. ... ..... ..... ........... .......... 3 11 11 11
Special assistance function fund:
Public debt securities............................ ........... (. (.) 1 1 1
Agency securities................................. -3 -19 -10 73 58 55
Management and liquidating functions fund:
Agency securities............................... (.- -3 -3 22 19 19
Guarantees of Mortgage-Backed Securities:
Public debt securities............................ 10 104 80 262 356 367
Agency securities............................... ......... ..... 1 4 64 65 65
Participation sales fund:
Public debt securities............................ 8 -270 -36 1,395 1,117 1,125
Agency securities................................ ........... .......... .......... 12 12 12
Housing Management:
Community disposal operations fund:
Agency securities ........................... ........... .......... .........) () (
Department of the Interior.............................. 48 638 1,897 4,082 4,671 4,719
Department of Labor................................... 54 55 .......... 198 199 253
Department of Transportation........................... 4 40 36 209 245 249
Department of the Treasury ............................. 68 -713 -477 3,130 2,348 2,416

Veterans Administration:
Veterans reopened insurance fund ..................... -2 21 16 468 491 489

Independent Agencies:
Export-Import Bank of the United States ............... 91 261 .......... ......... 170 261
Federal Emergency Management Agency:
National insurance development fund................. ........... -6 -37 6 ........... ............
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation:
Public debt securities.............................. 90 582 -403 4,557 5,049 5,139
Agency securities ................................. .......................... 78 67 67
National Credit Union Administration .................. 24 40 28 160 177 201
Other.............................................. 5 110 97 665 770 775


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

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

Trust Funds:
L;.:si i iu- Brrinch:
L n,-. i :i it. -. 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.


435 1,022 1,218 17,327 17,915 18,349
-3 -44 -15 435 395 392

431 979 1,203 17,762 18,310 18,741


( (- (*) 1 1 1
........... ( ) (1 2 2

2 7 5 67 71 73
(* ) (-) .......... 1 1 1

3 32 65 70 99 102

........... ( (* ( ) ( ) ( )
10 34 21 25 48 59


-1,427 -9,349 1,299 22,700 14,778 13,351
........... -100 .......... 555 455 455
276 2,913 -4,188 3,392 6,029 6,305

-372 2,741 3,264 18,141 21,254 20,882
........... -50 .......... 50 ........... ...........
132 2,051 -333 3,821 5,740 5,872
( 5 2 8 13 13







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


Net Purchases or Sales (-)


Fiscal Year to Date
This Month -
This Month Prior Year


Securities Held as Investments
Current Fiscal Year


Beginning of
r-- --


This Year


This Month


Close of
- This Month


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

Depjn r l, t of Labor:
I'nrl n.ip f'nt trust fund .............................
Other ............................................

Department of State:
F,.r+ei.i c r\iic r rtrement and disability fund..........
Ot r r .............. ....... ........... ..............

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

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

Veterans Administration:
Government life insurance fund ........................
National service life insurance fund:
Public debt securities ..............................
Agency securities..........................*******
Veterans special life insurance fund ...................
General Post Fund National Homes ....................

Independent Agencies:
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation................
General Services Administration ......................
Harry S. Truman Memorial Scholarship Trust Fund.....
Japan-United States Friendship Commission............
Office of Personnel Management:
Civil Service retirement and disability fund:
Public debt securities ............................
Agency securities................................**
Employees health benefits fund......................
EIn.pl.i. life insurance fund......................
Ret rr employees health benefits fund...............
Railroad Retirement Board ...........................

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

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

Off-budget Federal entities:
Federal Financing Bank ................................
Postal Service........................................
Rural electrification and telephone revolving fund .........

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

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

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


-521 -138 $179 $409


737 -2,383
-2 4


-9 107
:i


-317 -706
-449 20


2 24
13 226


-5 -29


-34




473




-842
..........
5
111
63


272

51
1


-2,234
-100
63
496
-1
-490


13,527
3


S391


10,406
9


$371


11,144
6


35 880
; -*' 1


-450
-1.357

14
110


-31

173

45
2


-2,922
-15
483

-507


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


4,323
9,654


94
362


360

8,344
135
761
5


13,296
3
40
17


81.497
175
676
4,676
1
1,453


12,823
3
40
17


82,339
175
670
4,565
1
1,390


-1,650 -4,780 -447 188,745 185,615 183,965
S -250 .......... 1,015 765 765

-1,650 -5,030 -447 189,760 186,380 184,730


....... .. .. .160.. .......
-281 1,541 328 1,982 3,803 3,522
.......... .......... 3 3 3

-281 1,540 487 1,985 3,806 3,525

-261 1 AO 497 1 j.8, 3. upR 3.525

-1,500 -2,511 1,243 209,507 208,496 206,996


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


Classification





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


Fiscal Corn
CI--.t.-, ..r., l Oi N.. Dc Jan F lar.:h April NM June lii Auc Sept 'a" i para le
Date Prior
F 1"
I I1
N.TT RFi:FiPTr i
(ri. .iu.a in. .r.i, ia-x. 22.'55 21 .77"..:2"-,77" 312 -k.. "21 .007 :13.391 '41 672 :9,57,:. 32.273 .23.'987 ,20.867 Z2F.5,519, ?254.669
C'c.r 'I.. r -:f In .-..m. a 'a .-: I .2r.5 745. 11).2'u 2.473 1, 293 r,410 7 342 1 20I 10,589 601 4 43.06111 52,479
':.'"Ti.il in u"Jr arn,-* IQA-" ri. I 1
...rar it 1,.0
n'l.. I ,-r. W ir'
..'.rr.t I. r, 1 4.314 13.607 13 501 13 r6,15 13.033 18.228 19.112 15.152 17,018 13,211 14.823 165.613 149,315
i.r.-1r%.n, n y-nT in ,, anrc 43Q 1.'.3 2?1 604 1.734 13i0 '.120 5.004 21. 1.292| 2.743 16.067 15,936
.f.nt id.'i I: rai lor ..rn e r I
in-urni, c ar.J rirr-n-r, 300 323 335 357 34.2 395 362 327 33. 370 396 3,844 3.633
F .: ..-: i. 3.48:. 3 334 3.'33 3,u08' 2 3.182 2.732 2 84 :.71. ?.774 I 2.828 33.579 37,242
[ r.i a r, dri [iLLI Ia.. t.4 '. 1 42 615 8r6 787 5A2 613 745 6;'4 ; 681 7 395 6,117
: -i..m- .1uTi.- 781 7:29 83 '. 144 812 7i1 771 773 747 I 8.166i 7.311
' c.li-i- lani.r-'.- r;CcEiplI 1.365 1.341 1.'.7' 1.17r 1,21 i 4.7 1,1' 1 31 1.631 I 1 .042 1.418 14.828' 12.290

f. ,r 4 .15u 4-4.n(1, 9r. 5 ti'3 559 -' 13 ('42 4'..2')I 7.777 36,753 6.6.353 44-.675 44.t924 558.72 ........
I"---)1' -ir..Jr ,. ;. JJ .. 4 J- ........ 1 J9J

NE T i:11. TLAY. : I

i -i l .e Frr.ir.rr, 109l j I 128 II0 118 110 91 104 145 123 1.253 1.074
Tr,- Ju.li'.iar 4f 47 t.3 4', ) 39 4 74! 62 47 77 660 595
EXI1. uiII t Ofl l'l "' 1 th I
Pr-...lri 5 II 7 ? 1l 6 7 8 9 8811 89
-urni, Appropriat.-l IC. it, I
FrT i id.--n
Iralrnraii.r..31 --urit.
~ i-sinan.' 2.7 30u 57l. 30 213 411I 1\.. 2 51 177 98 133 2.72211 2.983
Ini f rrT l .: rii l dI ', lop. n1p r
ai isran.r 193 235 7 131 112 324 8: 309 166 299 137 2.108 1.956
lr r 27] 29 -100 411 -36 161 29' -225 --li -181 10 566 1,620
eir_ r n.a-' T 4 A.- ri.-lr r- t r

'vp-irt pr' ::,r,, a- nd I
Ci n'i m ,:ii Cr ,d it
L r ....r t. 883 1 .738 2.7'-4 3.10' 773 ,76 ?27 j 13 421 738 11.585 4,813
r.-.. r 2,62. 1 334 2 0r9 1.4,4 2 211 3 518 2.214 1 353 1 .13 2.247 1 447 21 602 20.613
;pa riln.ra .-I Co,.ni. rct 212 I1,3 1r. 179 165 1 152 145 152 165 1.8282 2,041

".il a r%
r'oparmnenr .1 Ii., Am.rr 3.3 3 37 3 63 8 3 304 3.4.8 '.." 3 w'2, 3.7.6 1,011 4,129 3.287 40.089 34.036
P-palrni r.i .:I tIh Na\ 4 43 4 .2i' 5 24. 4 *Il 4 .2b 5 363 5.1'19 4,r .8i 5 *-41 5.101 4.963 54.095 45,960
i rrl.Prr .- nl ...f .A r F.rl' 4.332 4.1i.6 4 9J) 3 I')'i 4.34 4.742 4,rl'3 4.297 4,73' 4 924 4.620 50.096 42,845
.-r,- a n .r 1 i I1 1 1 .8 2.171 1,973 2 .'7 2,050 ?.175 2.141 22.124 19.571
7r---
Ttal P.hihtar' 14.351 13 wi8 15 880 13 783 14.239 If..042 16.1113 14.2-. 16.041 16,329 15 Ol 166.404 142.411

Civil ................... .. .. 290 250 271 218 197 215 245 206 236 263 283 2.672.' 2,810
Department of Education....... 1,269 1,414 1,415 1,269 1,218 1,059 1,261 1,109 1,000 886 1,357 13.251 14,233
rF.l.p. I Inc r.i of Energy......... 1,004 321 599 557 687 832 692 698 719 501 538 7.149' 10,553
r--pa rr... rn of Health and
Human Services:
Human Development
Services .................. 369 369 416 510 476 437 557 460 459 377 378 4.812' 4,820
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 1,482 16,030 15,022
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 3,120 31.828 26,544
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 1,453 14.143 12.020
Other................... 1,027 1,036 2,750 141 1,045 1,868 1,037 1,055 1,024 1,174 1,154 13 313 9,134
Social Security Adm.:
Assis. Pmts. Program... 708 708 524 688 692 636 763 662 501 792 875 7.550 1 7,783
Federal Old-Age and II
Survivors Insurance
Trust Fund.............. 11,006 11,009 21,985 233 11,171 11,237 11,303 11,217 12,947 11,960 11,881 125.M949 111,333
Federal Disability Ins.
Trust Fund.............. 1,527 1,497 2,929 39 1,478 1,558 1,490 1,448 1,492 1,548 1,522 16.528 15,749
Other.................... 1,495 192 2,569 224 1,101 1,234 1,617 246 891 1,628 202 11.398 10.530
Other................. -548 -608 -3,455 422 -548 -1,338 -796 -689 -2,475 -766 -899 -11.706 -6,537
II






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

F I -,al ,
5.-ar a r avI-
Cla Sislicaion C,:1 Nc' DPec Jan F.t \larh \pril '.1 lunr- Jul\ u. -pl T: P- ri

IIit F, Y.

OU'TLA Y- Continued

Department :f Hou-irnc
and Urban Developmern ......... *I '. 8) 1.42. 1.514 t'4 5i3 l "I ,' 7i' I 374 '] 4Ij :I 03L' J13i.e' 1 4-'l
Departentir ,.r ihe Inter]i:r........ 3.j5 524 V42 252 54 29? 2'j 433 -243 2t4 i312. ,i 3.327
Department oI Justire ....... 220 21:1 19) 209 ..6 243 242 if I.i 223 21 2.331 2.4-
Department .:.I Labt-r
UnempLov'meni Irusi fand ....... 1.150 1.2 1 1 7t9 982 2'7 4 262. 2 9 2 01:' 2.25". 2.1.2 2.1 21.n62 17.0iy
Other ........ 555 4 555 59 247 511 4'91 2 5 i 14 r. -..-,7 Il. '.78
Department of state ......... 2I 203 142 157 223 141 174 177 134 184 13i 1 .V 1 7.4
Department of Tianp.:'rataon
Hiehwar iruil fbin, ..... 751 733 792. 45- 439J 4 3 52. i 4-1 r 62.' I.._4
Other ......... 1.020 775 ,.: 92c. 1 .1 750 I 2;3 9.' 7.J W ',l 11.121 1.b41
Department of t-he Treasury:
Inleresl on true putlir debt ...... 973 8 587 4 7 7 994 8.48' 8 BO8W bI 3 9 15 7.2 8 370i9 4.4-".1 li'it 3'44 hT7. ri&
General reI eru-, sharLag........ 1 14- 2 1.122 17 1 I 14 1 -- 1.139 I 4 -.6n -. .137
Other ......... -851 -385 -1 514 -1.182 -234 -1.202 -'44 -71' -1 7' 2 -:- -.9.:.71 -i,.84'M
Environmental Preiisol.n
Agency ....... 577 435 425 39-4 334 426 3J' 352 4,1 : 41 41i 4,5.7 4.:,7
National A-rrnautlcs and
Space Admiru rratlon ......... f.i5 i17 551 443 493 524 464 46 4'9 435 4'1 5 -'.!) 5.t4
Veterans Admirustrati:,n
Compensatiorn ain pnnsions..... 2.031 128 2.1.8 41 1 1 I 1.113 2 1b4 3I 1 XI 90 o 3. 12.15. 11 3 53
National s-rr ice le ...... .... 29 40 38 49 6r 8 40 39 -3 41 j 3 4'4 4-5
Govr rnment ser i'ce lie ........ 4 5 -. 4 6 5 i' t ., 60
Other ......... I7a s '3 ',i" 773 1.02S 1,0 7 r'. 74 Sil *'l u (4 9' u24
Independent Acenries
General Ser-ice A-irrin. ...... 110 -' 29 -223 143 22' -279 '82 127 -176 2'i'.i 101 -41
Office of PersOnrLr.el Manage-
n- ir nt ......... 1. 57 1.6 1.64 11 5.' 1. W 1.4. 1 .5 5 1.77r, 1.767 1.i61 1.717 I 5 r. It 121 If. 4t9
Postal Serrucr ......... .217 ...... -.. j ..... ... .2 ...... ...... 1.34-
Small Business Administration.. 40' 50 -18 -5. 13 12 45 ri' 47 41 -1i 33 1.882
Tennessee V8lle- AurLrority..... l 26 179 172 O3 46 73 144 121 -4 71 24 1 377 1 726
Other ind acenctes ......... 1.205 28. 1.2'4 ti3 2'94 1.080 1.266 393 1.301 '.4' 7: : .,.' in 9-'
Undistributed oiffs ttinc receipts:
Federal errploy r contributions
to retirement fund ......... -530 -81 -'28 -277 -.'- -503 -510 -503 -4-1 -'6' -535 r5.6 -5.140
Inleretslt redited to certain
accounts ......... -251 -242 -6 708 -228 -1-75 -2u2 -317 -7.17' -5 -25 -15374 -13 0,
Rents and Rovalties on Outer
Continental Srhel Lards -258 -1 25 -373 -511 -75.5 -984 -52' -46 -33 -386 -338 -6.73 -9.34

Totals-hius year
Budget outlavs 63.256 54.65' 76.291 45.930 57.s22 i 3.546 ri .073 55 63 5',629 .4 5i 5 628 .r,7 .121 ........

Budget surplus (. or deficit f-1. -18.105 -10.6-4 -19.468 -9 339 -14,786 -18.255 -9.704 -!8.930 -6.724 -19 t31 -14.7(4. -1l8,950

Off-budcet surplus (* or I
deficit (- -644 -I.880 -1 048 -1.230 -213 -51A -993 43-1 -2.267 -1.131 -2. -14.45 ........

Total surplus f1 or deficit .1 -18,7491-12,522 -20.516 -8,10i -14.9 3 -18.773 -8 711 -21.424 .45.7 -20..62 -16,751 -12.45 ...

0orls'p-or 're
Budyqio urla.s 'tv 11 I0II .,' v i, i $I .. .... r .'

Budget urphu i*i dwriilrl i I' I''. l.'15 I. .I v I. *- '!- v -s, *1 ':I 1V j ,1 ........ 14

Off-budelrft lrpIl-l ..ll-defrtenI 2 .' I 4 i 1 J. ? .. ul I- t ........ I V,.

lota uplusl*iao rderic.a.. *6 16 ". IU ." .11 r. I.' 1 .Ui l... -I'l ', J Ill ........ -' '


See footrates orn pace 3.






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


Securities held as Inver-strents
Current Fiscal Year


Receipts Outlays Excess Receipts Outlays


Exces Beivinc c.f
Excess B, nnn f Close of
This Year This Month This Month
This Year This Month |


Tr'Jit re:.Aci- ; Jdt .n n r 'r, v 'I -
mcnl 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 fI 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 interfana receipts and oIutlavs ...

Neti iuavei reeipct. and outlayi s .......


541

1,758


$315 -$315 -31
45 -4 441
-579 579 ........
1,473 285 18,723


3698
549
-1,499
15,781


-$699 $4,712
-108 .......
1,499 11,894
2,943 3,392


$4,323

12,823
6,029


....... -117 117 ........ -529 529 4,795 5,236
396 1,315 -919 3,837 6,085 -2,248 84,952 83,582
2,770 3,078 -308 31,360 28,565 2,795 18,191 21,254


9,810 11,652 -1,843 112,871


573

485
2,743

38



1i ..13


-41
1
834
-70
449
2,181
34
40


4,567
6,141

2,658
16,067

371


1,978 1,978 ....... 38


20,591


22,587 -1,997 235


26,311 39,018

13 13


-12,707 365


120,579

-2,053
4,568
5,982
50
4,849
18,620
-294
-129



201.825


-7,708 23,255


2,053
-2
158
-50 I
-2,191
-2,553
294
500


3,821

9,186

1,943
13,527
9,305
787


-4,789 1&8,760


15,233


$4,006
.............
13,296
6,305

5,352
82,732
20,882

13,806


5,740 5,872
.......... ...........,.,
9,654 9,205
.......-.. ......... ...
1,390 1,453
10,406 11,144
9,638 9,599
1,072 1,077



186,380 184,730


,012 38,012 .......


,048 239,837 -4,789


,603 469,763 -104,161

304 304 .......


i26,324 39.031 -12,707 365.907 470.067 -104.161
-1,991 -1.991 ....... -42.883 -2,883 .......

44,924 59.462B -14,704 ',58,072 667,021 -1lu,9li50
_~~ ~ .. .


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.


Classification


Curre-nt MIlntr,


Flis il Year I'.' Date


20.t609 -1,9,9 197,03F






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


Receipts and Outlays


Classification


NET RECEIPTS

Individual income taxes .........................................................
Corporation income taxes .......................................................
Social insurance taxes and contributions:


:20.EW7
4':


F mploy ment axes and contributions ............................................ 14,823
Unemployment insurance .................................................... 2,743
Cont rbutions for other insurance and retirement................................. 396
xcise taxes ................................................................... 2.A A
state and gift taxes ........................................................... ; ,
ustoms....; .................................................................. 747
iscellaneous receipts......................................................... 1,418

Total ....................................................................... 44,924

NET OUTLAYS


National defense ..............................................................
International affairs............................................. ................
General science space, and technology...........................................
Eer ..............................................................
Natural resources and environment..............................................
Agriculrure ....................................................................
Commerce and housing credit ...................................................
Transportation ................................................................
Community and regional development .............................................
Education, trading, :.mpiun meni In social services...............................
Health........................................................................
Income security ...............................................................
Veterans benefits and services...................................................
Administration of justice .......................................................
General government ..........................................................
General purpose fiscal assistance ................................................
Interest......................................................................
Undistributed offsernmt receipts ..................................................

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


15,318
395
620
256
1,172
707
-385
1,836
675
2,408
6,356
20,346
997
427
630
38
8,871
-1,038

59,628


$265,519
43,061

I....13
16..V.7
3 844
33 -.9
7,395
8,166
14,828

558,072


170.414
i'.
6,577
4. ;3
11,774
13,764
4,245
18,535


67,519
227,195
22,046
4,247
4,468
6,129
93,846
-27,476

667,021


?254.669
5.2. 479

149,315
15,3..j
3, 33
37,242
6,117
7,311
12,290

538,993


145,720
10,070
6,075

12 .ur3
.004
4,634
21,430

28,582
59,700
206,505
20,926
4,323
4,489
6,442
76,154
-28,090


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