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Full Text

11 Monthly Treasury Statement
of Receipts and Outlays
of the United States Government

For Fiscal Year 1990 Through March 31, 1990, And Other Peiods



Highlights /

* Tax season is upon us again! The earned income credit payment pea, edl::.:
$1.9 billion due to heavy tax filing this month.

* January and February 1990 outlay and deficit figures have been revised to reflect
an adjustment in Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation note activity.



RECEIPTS, OUTLAYS, AND SURPLUS/DEFICIT
THROUGH MARCH 1990


Compiled and Published by the
Financial Management Service
Department of the Treasury


Contents

Summary, page 2

Receipts, page 6
Outlays, page 7

Means of financing, page 20

Receipts/outlays by month, page 26
Federal trust funds/securities, page 28

Receipts by source/outlays by
function, page 29

Explanatory notes, page 30





Introduction


The Monthly Treasury Statement of Receipts and Outlays of the United States
Government (MTS) is prepared by the Financial Management Service, Department
of the Treasury, and after approval by the Fiscal Assistant Secretary of the Treasury,
is normally released on the 15th workday of the month following the reporting month.
The publication is based on data provided by Federal entities, disbursing officers,
and Federal Reserve banks.

Audience
The MTS is published to meet the needs of: Those responsible for or interested
in the cash position of the Treasury; Those who are responsible for or interested
in the Government's budget results; and individuals and businesses whose opera-
tions depend upon or are related to the Government's financial operations.


Disclosure Statement
This statement summarizes the financial activities of the Federal Government
and off-budget Federal entities conducted in accordance with the Budget of the U.S.
Government, i.e., receipts and outlays of funds, the surplus or deficit, and the means
of financing the deficit or disposing of the surplus. Information is presented on a
modified cash basis: receipts are accounted for on the basis of collections; refunds


of receipts are treated as deductions from gross receipts; revolving and manage-
ment fund receipts, reimbursements and refunds of monies previously expended
are treated as deductions from gross outlays; and interest on the public debt (public
issues) is recognized on the accrual basis. Major information sources include ac-
counting data reported by Federal entities, disbursing officers, and Federal Reserve
banks.

Triad of Publications
The MTS is part of a triad of Treasury financial reports. The Daily Treasury State-
ment is published each working day of the Federal Government. It provides data
on the cash and debt operations of the Treasury based upon reporting of the
Treasury account balances by Federal Reserve banks. The MTS is a report of
Government receipts and outlays, based on agency reporting. The U.S. Govern-
ment Annual Report is the official publication of the detailed receipts and outlays
of the Government. It is published annually in accordance with legislative mandates
given to the Secretary of the Treasury.

Data Sources and Information
The Explanatory Notes section of this publication provides information concern-
ing the flow of data into the MTS and sources of information relevant to the MTS.


Table 1. Summary of Receipts, Outlays, and the Deficit/Surplus of the U.S. Government, Fiscal Years 1989 and 1990,
by Month
[$ millions]

Period Receipts Outlays Deficit/Surplus (-)


FY 1989
October ........................... 63,582 90,590 27,009
November ......................... 64,320 93,454 29,134
December ......................... 93,655 105.097 11,442
January.......................... 89,306 86,500 -2,806
February ......................... 61,897 89,769 27,871
March ...................... ..... 68,205 103,984 35,779
April ........................ 128,892 88,320 -40,572
May.............................. 71,025 96,491 25,466
June ............................. 108,249 100,460 -7,789
July .............................. 66,191 84,430 18,239
August ........................... 76,136 98,285 22,150
September ............... ........ 99,233 105,299 6,066

Year-to-Date ................... '990,691 11,142,680 1151,988



FY 1990
October .............. .......... 68,426 94,428 26,002
November ..................... .. 71,213 100,958 29,746
December....................... 89,130 103,903 14,774
January ......................... 99,538 291,271 2-8,267
February ................... .. ..... 65,170 2100,434 235,264
March .................. .......... 64,819 118,155 53,336

Year-to-Date ................... 458,295 609,150 150,854


'The receipt, outlay and deficit figures differ from the 1990 Budget released by the Office
of Management and Budget on January 9, 1990 by a net of $47 million due mainly to revisions
in data following the release of the Final September 1989 Monthly Treasury Statement.
2lncludes an adjustment of $1.2 billion that reflects Bank Insurance Fund notes issued in
January but included as outlays in February. The January outlay and deficit figures have been
increased and correspondingly, the February outlay and deficit figures decreased by $1.2 billion.


. No Transactions.
Note: Details may not add to totals due to rounding.




Table 2. Summary of Budget and Off-Budget Results and Financing of the U.S. Government, March 1990 and
Other Periods
[$ millions]


Current Budget Prior Budget
Classic n This ialEstimates Fiscal Year Estimates
Month ar to Dae Full Fiscal to Date Next Fiscal
Year to Date(1989) Year (1991)1


Total on-budget and off-budget results:
Total receipts ............. .. ......... 64.819 458,295 1,073,451 440.965 1,170,232
On-budget receipts .......... ........... 38,989 328,529 788,017 315,445 855.691
Off-budget receipts ........................ 25,829 129,766 285,434 125.520 314,541
Total outlays ............... ............. 118,155 609,150 1,197.236 569,394 1,233,331
On-budget outlays .................. ...... 97,631 499,460 971,452 466,563 997,374
Off-budget outlays ..... ............... 20.524 109,690 225.784 102,831 235.957
Total surplus (+) or deficit (-) ................... -53,336 -150,854 -123,785 -128,429 -63,099
On-budget surplus (+) or deficit (-) ............ -58,642 -170,931 -183,435 -151,118 -141,683
Off-budget surplus (+) or deficit (-) ........... + 5,306 + 20,076 + 59.650 + 22,689 + 78,584

Total on-budget and off-budget financing ......... 53,336 150.854 123,785 128,429 63,099
Means of financing:
Borrowing from the public ....... ............. 56,090 154,784 109,324 91,784 58,635
Reduction of operating cash, increase (-) ...... 1,123 22,507 10,973 29,726 .......
By other means ...... .... ......... -3,876 -26.438 3,488 6,919 4,464

'Based on the FY 1991 Budget released by the Office of Management and Budget on January 29, 1990
Note: Details may not add to totals due to rounding.



Figure 1. Monthly Receipts, Outlays, and Budget Deficit/Surplus of the U.S. Government, Fiscal Years 1989 and 1990

$ billions
150

120 A Outlays


60 -

Receipts
30

0

30

60 Deficit(- )/Surplus

90


Dec. Feb. Apr. June Aug.


Oct.
FY
90


Dec. Feb. Mar.




Figure 2. Monthly Receipts of the U.S. Government, by Source, Fiscal Years 1989 and 1990


$ billions


utner i axes ana teceipis


Oct. Dec. Feb. Apr. June Aug. Oct. Dec. Feb. Mar.
FY FY
89 90


Figure 3. Monthly Outlays of the U.S. Government, by Function, Fiscal Years 1989 and 1990

$ billions


20 iii ii


0


Dec. Feb. Apr. June Aug.


Oct. Dec. Feb. Mar.
FY
90


Oct.
FY
89






Table 3. Summary of Receipts and Outlays of the U.S. Government, March 1990 and Other Periods
[S millions]

Current Budget
Classification This Month Fiscal Comparable Estimates
Year to Date Prior Period Estimates
Year to Date PFull Fiscal Year'

Budget Receipts
Individual income taxes ........... .......... 13.174 205,373 190,608 489.444
Corporation income taxes ....... 12,655 38,997 42.362 112,030
Social insurance taxes and contributions:
Employment taxes and contributions (off uagell ...... 25.829 129,766 125,520 285.434
Employment taxes and contributions (on-budget) ......... 6,546 33,518 32.972 73,164
Unemployment Insurance ........... .......... 173 6.252 6,881 22,029
Other retirement contributions ...... ......... 413 2,248 2.252 4,734
Excise taxes ......... ....... ....... 2,814 16,371 17,283 36,154
Estate and gift taxes ................ ........ 769 4,615 3,996 9.279
Customs duties .... ............ ...... ............... 1.397 8,271 7,881 16,785
Miscellaneous receipts ............... ... ... ... 1,050 12,884 11.211 24.397

Total Receipts ...................................... 64,819 458,295 440,965 1,073,451

(On-budget) ...................................... 38,989 328,529 315,445 788,017

(Off-budget) ...................................... 25,829 129,766 125,520 285,434

Budget Outlays
Legislative Branch .......... ... ..... ........ 354 1,200 1,007 2,317
The Judiciary ............................ .... ... 104 788 673 1,701
Executive Office of the President .......................... 10 69 65 174
Funds Appropriated to the President .......... ........ 1.059 5,817 1,226 9,162
Department of Agriculture .............. ............. .. 5,058 24,657 28,526 48,246
Department of Commerce ............. ........ .... 325 1,529 1,330 3,861
Department of Defense-Military .............. ........ 28,691 145,472 148.040 286,791
Department of Defense-Civil ................. ....... 2,121 12,348 11,635 24.751
Department of Education ............................. 2,018 12,524 11,526 22,316
Department of Energy .................. ................ 1.079 6,259 6,181 12,290
Department of Health and Human Services,
except Social Security ............. ........ 17,402 92,650 82,782 191,174
Department of Health and Human Services, Social Security .... 20,334 119,378 111.068 244,587
Department of Housing and Urban Development ............- 1.639 10,052 9.890 22,802
Department of the Interior ... ................. .. ... .... 566 3,133 2.658 5.832
Department of Justice ........................... .... 473 3,269 2,884 6,898
Department of Labor ................................... 2.395 11,933 10.635 24.935
Department of State ............... ......... .... .... 316 2,045 1,905 3,777
Department of Transportation ............................. 2,043 13,966 13,047 28,281
Department of the Treasury:
Interest on the Public Debt ...................... 17.539 129,266 116.984 254,850
Other ...... ...................... ... 677 -3.048 -3.435 -7,611
Department of Veterans Affairs ........................... 3,844 15,267 15.306 28,733
Environmental Protection Agency .............. ....... 438 2,392 2,272 5,492
General Services Administration ........................... 388 -97 -279 253
National Aeronautics and Space Administration ............... 1.087 6,080 5.450 12,026
Office of Personnel Management ....................... 2,846 15,706 14,053 33,211
Small Business Administration ................... ......... 62 313 57 1,056
Other independent agencies ................... ........... 7,952 22,617 15,538 26,637
Allowances, undistributed ..................
Undistributed offsetting receipts:
Interest................ ....... .......... ....... -224 -30.159 -24,612 -60,843
Other .............................................. -2.438 -16,276 -17.017 -36,462

Total Outlays ....................................... 118.155 609,150 569,394 1,197,236

(On-budget)..................................... 97,631 499,460 466,563 971,452

(Off-budget) ......................................... 20,524 109,690 102,831 225,784

Surplus+ ) or deft (-) ............................ -53,336 -150,854 -128,429 -123,785

(On-budg) ..................................... -58,642 -170,931 -151,118 -183,435

(Off-budget)..................................... +5,306 +20,076 +22,689 +59,650

'Based on the FY 1991 Budget released by the Office of Management and Budget on
January 29. 1990.
No Transactions.





Table 4. Receipts of the U.S. Government, March 1990 and Other Periods
[$ millions]
This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Prior Fiscal Year to Date

Classification Gross Refunds R ip Gross Refunds Recipts Gross Refunds Receipts
Receipts (Deduct) Receipts (Deduct) Receipts (Deduct)

Individual Income taxes:
Withheld .............. ............ ... .. .. 31,323 200,981 184,653
Presidential Election Campaign Fund ..... ........ 9 14 11
Other ................. ............. ... ........ 5,455 36,664 34.340
Total-individual income taxes ................... 36,788 23,614 13,174 237,659 32,286 205,373 219,004 28,396 190,608

Corporation Income taxes ........................... 14,477 1,823 12,655 47,823 8,826 38,997 50,311 7,949 42,362


Social Insurance taxes and contributions:
Employment taxes and contributions:
Federal old-age and survivors ins. trust fund:
Federal Insurance Contributions Act taxes .......... 22,445 .... 22,445 114,804 ...... 114,804 111,524 ...... 111
Self-Employment Contributions Act taxes .. ....... 893 .... 893 2,990 ..... 2,990 3,037 3
Deposits by States .................. .......... (") ..... ( ) 2 2 -21 ..
Other ................ ...... ... .. ....... (" ) (* ) (" ) ( ) (" )

Total-FOASI trust fund ...................... 23,338 ...... 23,338 117,797 ...... 117,797 114,540 .... 114


Federal disability insurance trust fund:
Federal Insurance Contributions Act taxes ..........
Self-Employment Contributions Act taxes .........
Receipts from Railroad Retirement Board ..........
Deposits by States. .......... ....... ... .

Total-FDI trust fund ... ............... ......
Federal hospital insurance trust fund:
Federal Insurance Contributions Act taxes .........
Self-Employment Contributions Act taxes ........
Receipts from Railroad Retirement Board .
Deposits by States ................... ....

Total- FHI trust fund .......... ..... .......
Railroad retirement accounts:
Rail industry pension fund .......................
Railroad social security equivalent benefit.........
Total-Employment taxes and contributions ......
Unemployment insurance:
State taxes deposited in Treasury .............
Federal Unemployment Tax Act taxes ..........
Railroad Unemployment taxes ............... .
Railroad debt repayment ......... ...

Total-Unemployment insurance ...............
Federal employees retirement contributions:
Civil service retirement and disability fund .... ...
Foreign service retirement and disability fund........
O their ............. ... ..... .. ..
Total-Federal employees retirement contributions..
Other retirement contributions:
Civil service retirement and disability fund .. .......


,524
,037
-21
("*)
,540


2,405 ..... 2,405 11,681 .... 11,681 10,690 .... 10.690
86 ... 86 288 ...... 288 290 .. 290
(") ... (") (") (") 1 1

2,491 2,491 11,969 11,969 10,980 ..... 10,980

5,971 5,971 30,854 ...... 30,854 30,277 ...... 30,277
234 234 788 ...... 788 800 ..... 800

(" ) (" ) 1 ...... 1 2 ..... 2

6,205 .. 6,205 31,644 ..... 31,644 31,078 ...... 31,078

189 .... 189 1,071 29 1,042 1,141 9 1,132
152 ...... 152 832 ..... 832 762 .... 762

32,376 ...... 32,376 163,313 29 163,284 158,501 9 158,492

173 .... 173 4,798 ...... 4,798 5.274 ..... 5,274
26 27 -1 1,358 64 1,294 1,603 99 1,505
1 .. 1 104 ..... 104 95 ...... 95
(" ) ...... ( ) 56 ..56 7 ...... 7
200 27 173 6,317 64 6,252 6,979 99 6,881

397 397 2,172 2,172 2,177 ...... 2,177
2 2 15 ...... 15 14 .... 14
(" ) .... ( ) 2 ......2 1 ...... 1
399 ... 399 2,189 ...... 2,189 2,193 ..... 2,193

13 ... 13 59 .. 59 59 ..... 59


Total-Social Insurance taxes and contributions 32,989 27 32,961 171,878


93 171,784 167,733 108 167,625


Excise taxes:
Miscellaneous excise taxes1 ......................... 1,694 248 1,446 7,348 622 6,726 6,966 652 6,313
Airport and airway trust fund .... ........ 238 4 233 2,132 7 2,124 2,138 80 2,058
Highway trust fund ......... ... ...... ...... 1,291 226 1,065 7,644 462 7,182 8,740 120 8,619
Black lung disability trust fund ................... .. 70 ..... 70 339 ... 339 292 ..... 292
Total-Excise taxes ............................. 3,293 479 2,814 17,462 1,091 16,371 18,135 852 17,283

Estate and gift taxes ............................... 789 20 769 4,735 120 4,615 4,120 125 3,996

Customs duties .................................... 1,458 61 1,397 8,614 343 8,271 8,198 318 7,881
Miscellaneous receipts:
Deposits of earnings by Federal Reserve banks ......... 1,232 ...... 1,232 11,866 ...... 11,866 9,829 ...... 9,829
All other .... ........ .. .. -181 1 -183 1,019 1 1,018 1,413 31 1,382
Total-Miscellaneous receipts .................... 1,051 1 1,050 12,885 1 12,884 11,242 31 11,211

Total-Receipts ............................... 90,845 26,026 64,819 501,056 42,760 458,295 478,745 37,779 440,965

Total-On-budget ............................... 65,015 26,026 38,989 371,289 42,760 328,529 353,225 37,779 315,445

Total-Off-budget .............................. 25,829 ...... 25,829 129,766 ...... 129,766 125,520 ...... 125,520

SIncludes amounts for windfall profits tax pursuant to P.L. 96-223.
.No Transactions
(") Less than $500,000
Note: Details may not add to totals due to rounding.






Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, March 1990 and Other Periods


Legislative Branch:
Senate ............... .. ........... .... ....
House of.Representatives .. ....... ...... ....
Joint item s ........... .............. .. .
Congressional Budget Office ............... ......
Architect of the Capitol .. ..... .. .. ....
Library of Congress .................. ........ .
Government Printing Office:
Revolving fund (net) .............. ......... .
General fund appropriations ... .......... ....
General Accounting Office ......... ..... ....
United States Tax Court .................. ..... .
Other Legislative Branch agencies ... .....
Proprietary receipts from the public ........... .. .
Intrabudgetary transactions .. .. ........

Total-Legislative Branch ........................

The Judiciary:
Supreme Court of the United States ...............
Courts of appeals, district courts, and other
judicial services.............. ............ .....
Other .............. ........... ..... .......

Total-The Judiciary .........................

Executive Office of the President:
Compensation of the President and the
W hite House Office.................... ...........
Office of Management and Budget..............
Other ............... ......... ......... ... ..

Total-Executive Office of the President ...........

Funds Appropriated to the President:
International Security Assistance:
Guarantee reserve fund ................ ...
Foreign military financing ............ .............
Economic support fund ........ ... .. ..
Military assistance ................................
Peacekeeping operations ...................
O their ..... .. ..... ............ .. ........ .
Proprietary receipts from the public ....... .........

Total-Interational Security Assistance ...........

International Development Assistance:
Multilateral assistance:
Contributions to the International Development
Association .............. .............. .. ..
International Organizations and Programs ........
Other .. ...................... ...........

Total-Multilateral assistance ...............

Agency for International Development:
Functional Development Assistance Program .......
Sub-Saharan Africa, Development Assistance........
Operating Expenses, Agency for
International Development ... ..........
Payment to Foreign Service Retirement and
Disability Fund .................. .... ..... ...
Other ................... .......... ..... .
Proprietary receipts from the public ................

Total-Agency for International Development ....

Peace Corps .................... .... .....
Overseas Private Investment Corporation .............
Other ......................... .. ... ...

Total-International Development Assistance ........


33 (")
51 ("*)
11 ..
2
2 .
10 1
225 ..

-17 ..
7
7 .
29 ..

3
S .
(- )


33 175 (**) 174 171 (")
51 288 1 288 268 (*)
11 102 ...... 102 95 ......
2 9 .... 9 9 ..
9 65 4 61 67 4
225 334 334 182 .. ...

-17 3 .3 -13 ..
7 46 ...... 46 40 ..
29 178 ...... 178 172 .. ...
1 14 ...... 14 13 ..
3 12 ..... 12 18 ..
(") .. 11 -11 ...... 2
-10 -10 -9 ..


171
268
95
9
63
182

-13
40
172
13
18
-2
-9


355 1 354 1,216 16 1,200 1,013 6 1,007


2 .. .. 2 9 9 9 ...... 9

99 .... 99 746 ..... 746 636 ...... 636
3 ...... 3 33 33 28 ..... 28

104 ...... 104 788 ...... 788 673 ...... 673



2 ...... 2 14 ..... 14 14 ...... 14
3 ...... 3 20 ..... 20 22 ...... 22
5 ..... 5 34 ..... 34 29 ...... 29

10 ...... 10 69 ...... 69 65 ...... 65



136 95 41 381 347 35 689 564 125
400 .... 400 1,913 1,913 -2,607 ...... -2.607
163 ...... 163 2,335 2,335 2,425 ...... 2,425
77 ..... 77 240 240 328 ...... 328
11 ...... 11 18 18 18 ...... 18
3 ...... 3 19 ...... 19 16 .... 16
... 63 -63 180 -180 ..... 1,168 -1,168

790 158 632 4,907 526 4,380 869 1,732 -863




..... ..... 457 .... 457 397 ...... 397
35 .... 35 159 159 182 ..... 182
56 ...... 56 208 ..... 208 240 ...... 240

91 ...... 91 824 .. 824 818 ... 818


144 ...... 144 714 714 618 .... 618
25 ...... 25 162 .. 162 63 ...... 63

15 .... 15 188 ..... 188 103 ...... 103

... .. 76 ..... 76
-2 3 -5 69 21 48 132 24 107
...... 60 -60 ...... 398 -398 .... 359 -359

183 63 119 1,133 419 714 992 384 608

12 ...... 12 73 .. 73 80 ...... 80
1 9 -8 28 108 -80 9 68 -58
5 1 4 32 3 30 33 7 26

292 74 218 2,091 530 1,561 1,932 459 1,474





Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, March 1990 and Other Periods-Continued


Funds Appropriated to the President-Continued
International Monetary Programs ...................... 107 ...... 107 -187 .... -187 -34 ...... -34
Military Sales Programs:
Foreign military sales trust fund ..................... 799 .... 799 4,277 ...... 4,277 4,259 ...... 4,259
Special Defense Acquisition Fund ................... 15 5 10 90 126 -36 117 33 84
Proprietary receipts from the public ................ .... 722 -722 ...... 4,223 -4,223 ...... 3,720 -3,720
O their ................. .. ......... ......... 14 ...... 14 45 ...... 45 25 ...... 25

Total-Funds Appropriated to the President ........ 2,017 959 1,059 11,222 5,405 5,817 7,170 5,944 1,226

Department of Agriculture:
Departmental Administration ......................... 8 ..... 8 76 ..... 76 47 ...... 47
Agricultural Research Service ................... .... 48 ...... 48 296 ...... 296 292 ...... 292
Cooperative State Research Service ....... ....... 28 ...... 28 181 ...... 181 157 ..... 157
Extension Service .............. ............... 25 ...... 25 176 ... .. 176 194 ...... 194
Foreign Agricultural Service ......................... 6 ...... 6 45 ...... 45 41 ...... 41
Foreign Assistance Programs ................ .... 109 ..... 109 309 ...... 309 611 ...... 611
Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service:
Conservation Program .......... ..... ....... 12 ..... 12 1,488 ...... 1,488 1,433 ...... 1,433
Other .................................. ... 1 ...... 1 -18 ...... -18 -17 ...... -17
Federal Crop Insurance Corporation ................... 69 3 65 869 298 571 850 126 724
Commodity Credit Corporation:
Price support and related programs ................. 2,323 779 1,545 10,751 3,905 6,846 16,010 4,833 11,178
National Wool Act Program ........................ (*") ...... (*) 3 ...... 3 2 ...... 2
Rural Electrification Administration .................... 362 131 231 2,048 1,902 145 2,194 1,897 297

Farmers Home Administration:
Public enterprise funds:
Agricultural credit insurance fund .................. 322 211 111 1,264 1,934 -670 1,401 1,996 -595
Rural housing insurance fund ..................... 610 243 367 2,561 1,278 1,283 2,616 1,305 1,311
Rural development insurance fund ................. 106 15 91 2,008 1,665 344 2,308 2,141 167
Other ......................... ................ ( ) (*) (") 3 1 2 2 1 (*)
Salaries and expenses ......................... 27 ..... 27 186 ...... 186 205 ...... 205
Rural water and waste disposal grants ..... ......... 11 ...... 11 65 ..... 65 66 ...... 66
Other ............ .......................... 7 .. 7 37 ..... 37 34 ...... 34

Total-Farmers Home Administration .............. 1,082 470 612 6,125 4,877 1,248 6,632 5,443 1,189


Other ................. ................ ... ..
Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service.......
Agricultural Marketing Service .. ................
Food Safety and Inspection Service .............
Food and Nutrition Service:
Food stamp program............. .....
State child nutrition payments ........... ........
Women, infants and children programs .............
O their ......... ....... ........ .... ... .

Total-Food and Nutrition Service ...............


53 ...... 53 376 ...... 376 342 ...... 342
8 ... 8 156 ...... 156 179 ...... 179
22 ...... 22 331 ...... 331 415 ...... 415
26 .. 26 201 ...... 201 201 .. .... 201

1,381 ...... 1,381 7,618 ... 7,618 6,837 ...... 6,837
553 ...... 553 2,709 ..... 2,709 2,496 ..... 2,496
227 ..... 227 1,127 ...... 1,127 968 ...... 968
39 ...... 39 275 ...... 275 267 ...... 267

2,200 ...... 2,200 11,730 ...... 11,730 10,568 ...... 10.568


Forest Service:
National Forest system .............. ............ 65 ...... 65 556 ...... 556 839 ...... 839
Forest Service permanent appropriations .......... 34 ... 34 200 ...... 200 167 ...... 167
Cooperative work ...... ..................... 16 ...... 16 65 ...... 65 86 ...... 86
Other ................... .......... ... .... 46 ...... 46 419 ...... 419 268 ...... 268

Total-Forest Service ... .............. ..... 161 ... 161 1,240 ...... 1,240 1,361 ...... 1,361

Other ........... .... ...... ................ 23 5 18 134 17 117 142 17 125
Proprietary receipts from the public .. .. ..... ...... 121 -121 ...... 859 -859 ..... 813 -813
Intrabudgetary transactions ............... .. .. .. .... ... .. ...... ...... ..... ...... ( ) ...... ( )

Total-Department of Agriculture ................. 6,567 1,509 5,058 36,515 11,858 24,657 41,656 13,129 28,526






Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, March 1990 and Other Periods-Continued
S[ millions]


This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Prior Fiscal Year to Date

Gross Applicable Gross iApplicable Gross Applicable Outlays
Outlays Receipts Oullys i Outlays Receipts Ou s Outlays Receipts


Department of Commerce:
Economic Development Administration
Bureau of the Census ......... .......
Promotion of Industry and Commerce ..
Science and Technology:
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Patent and Trademark Office .. ....... .
National Institute of Standards and Technology ......
Other .......................

Total-Science and Technology ................

Other ............. ..... ..... ... ..
Propreltary receipts from the public ...........
Intrabudgetary transactions .................. .

Total-Department of Commerce ..................

Department of Defense-Military:
Military personnel:
Department of the Army ........ ...............
Department of the Navy .... ............. .......
Department of the Air Force.....................

Total-Military personnel .......... .. .

Operation and Maintenance:
Department of the Army ..........................
Department of the Navy .... ....... ..........
Department of the Air Force ............ ....
Defense agencies ................... .........

Total-Operation and Maintenance ................


Procurement:
Department of the Army .. .....................
Department of the Navy ............. ........
Department of the Air Force ........ ..
Defense agencies ............ .... .......

Total-Procurement .......... ..........

Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation:
Department of the Army ................... .......
Department of the Navy .............. ........
Department of the Air Force .. ...................
Defense agencies .............. .. ........

Total-Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation .

Military Construction:
Department of the Army...................... .
Department of the Navy ......... ............... .
Department of the Air Force. ......................
Defense agencies ............................ .

Total-Military construction........... .. ...


Family housing:
Department of the Army ............ ... ... ....
Department of the Navy ................... ..... ..
Department of the Air Force .......................
Defense Agencies .................... ... ..
Revolving and Management Funds:
Department of the Army ........ ...........
Department of the Navy ......................
Department of the Air Force.......................
Defense Agencies ................ .............
Other:
Department of the Army ............... ..
Department of the Navy ............ .......
Department of the Air Force................ ..
Defense Agencies ................. ...........

Total-Department of Defense-Miltary ..........


20 2 18 110 17 93 104 20 82
130 130 410 410 273 273
21 21 132 132 146 .. 146

142 (") 141 729 9 720 669 6 663
10 10 57 57 62 62
4 4 72 72 55 55
6 .. 6 36 36 36 ...... 36

163 (*) 162 894 9 885 822 6 816

1 1 41 41 40 40
...... 7 7 30 30 25 -25
-1 -1 -2 -2 -4 ... -4

334 9 325 1,585 56 1,529 1,381 52 1,330



3,707 ...... 3,707 14,450 14,450 15,403 ..... 15,408
3,099 ... 3.099 13,081 .. 13,081 13,590 .... 13,590
2,585 ... 2.585 10,595 10.595 11,415 11.415

9,390 ...... 9,390 38,126 ..... 38,126 40,413 40,413


2,354 2,354 13.166 .. 13.166 12,267 ... 12.267
2,326 ...... 2,326 13,926 .... 13,926 15,012 15,012
2,386 ...... 2,386 12,535 ... 12,535 12,072 12,072
733 ..... 733 4,115 .... 4,115 3,711 .. 3,711

7,798 .. 7,798 43,743 .... 43,742 43,062 43,062


1,250
2,814
2,658
172


1,250 7,326
2,814 15,591
2.658 15,047
172 1,299


7,326 8,216
15,591 16,208
15,047 15,485
1,299 1,274


8,216
16,208
15,485
1,274


6,894 ..... 6.894 39,263 39,263 41,184 .... 41,184


492 ...... 492 2,718 2,718 2,454 ...... 2,454
750 750 4,430 ...... 4,430 4,605 .... 4,605
1,246 ...... 1,246 7,810 .. 7,810 7,691 .... 7,691
823 .. 823 4,092 ...... 4,092 3,881 ..... 3,881

3,312 ...... 3.312 19,051 ...... 19,051 18,631 ..... 18.631


112 .... 112 655 .. 655 749 ... 749
-2 ...... -2 732 ..... 732 844 ..... 844
134 ..... 134 743 ...... 743 725 ...... 725
50 .... 50 412 ... 412 333 ...... 333

294 ..... 294 2,541 .... 2,541 2,651 ...... 2651


165 ..... 165 825 ...... 825 745 ...... 745
61 ...... 61 348 ..... 348 330 ...... 330
88 ...... 88 472 .... 472 467 .... 467
3 ..... 3 11 11 15 7 8

68 ..... 68 -30 ...... -30 2 ...... 2
255 ( *) 255 394 1 392 -337 1 -338
36 ...... 36 192 ... .. 192 351 ...... 351
153 ...... 153 312 ...... 312 291 ...... 291

23 40 -17 375 249 126 249 192 57
-19 -250 231 323 32 291 231 -193 424
27 63 -37 90 257 -167 99 313 -215
3 6 -3 16 41 -26 13 37 -24

28,550 -140 28,691 146,052 580 145,472 148,397 357 148,040


Classification





Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, March 1990 and Other Periods-Continued
S[ millions]
This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Prior Fiscal Year to Date
ClassficationGross Applicable Gross Applicable Gross Applicable
Outlays Receipts Outlays Outlays Receipts ay Outlays Receipts Outlays

Department of Defense-Civil
Corps of Engineers:
Construction, general ............................. 136 ...... 136 577 ...... 577 541 ...... 541
Operation and maintenance, general ................. 113 ...... 113 651 ...... 651 656 ...... 656
Other .................. ............ ..... .... 65 ...... 65 522 ...... 522 523 ...... 523
Proprietary receipts from the public ................ ...... 12 -12 ...... 72 -72 ...... 70 -70

Total-Corps of Engineers ................. .... 313 12 301 1,750 72 1,678 1,719 70 1.649

Military retirement:
Payment to military retirement fund ........... ...... ..... .. .... 10,596 .... 10,596 9,782 ...... 9,782
Retired pay ....... .. ............. ........... (**) ...... (" ) 1 ...... 1 1 ...... 1
Military retirement fund ............................ 1,808 ...... 1,808 10,588 ...... 10,588 9,954 ..... 9,954
Intrabudgetary transactions .................. ..... .. .. ...... -10.596 ...... -10,596 9,782 ...... -9,782
Education benefits .............. ....... ...... 4 ...... 4 32 ...... 32 9 ...... 9
Other ............... ............................ 9 (*) 9 51 (") 51 27 (*) 26
Proprietary receipts from the public .................. ...... (") (") ...... 3 -3 ...... 3 -3

Total-Department of Defense-Civil .............. 2,134 12 2,121 12,423 75 12,348 11,709 74 11,635
Department of Education:
Office of Elementary and Secondary Education:
Compensatory education for the disadvantaged ........ 552 ..... 552 2,428 ...... 2.428 2,221 ...... 2,221
Impact aid ...................... ........ ... 67 ...... 67 505 ...... 505 448 ...... 448
School improvement programs ................ ... 62 ..... 62 626 ...... 626 521 ...... 521
Chicago Litigation .............. ............. 1 ...... 1 4 ...... 4 3 ...... 3
Indian Education .................. .............. 5 ...... 5 32 ...... 32 28 ...... 28
Other ....... ....... .................. ..... ...... .... ... .... ...... .. .... .......

Total-Office of Elementary and Secondary Education 687 ...... 687 3,594 ...... 3,594 3,220 ...... 3,220
Office of Bilingual Education and Minority Languages
Affairs .......................... .... .......... 13 .... 13 79 ...... 79 90 ...... 90
Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services:
Education for the handicapped ................... '-12 ...... -12 858 ..... 858 1,138 .. 1,138
Rehabilitation services and handicapped research ...... 181 ...... 181 929 ...... 929 747 ...... 747
Payments to institutions for the handicapped ......... 9 .. 9 50 ...... 50 85 ...... 85
Office of Vocational and Adult Education ............. 151 151 726 ...... 726 445 ...... 445
Office of Postsecondary Education:
College housing loans ..... .... ........ ...... (") 2 -2 15 51 -37 16 30 -14
Student financial assistance ................ ..... 589 .... 589 3,398 ...... 3,398 3,275 ..... 3,275
Guaranteed student loans ................... ..... 310 310 2,255 ..... 2,255 1,809 ...... 1,809
Higher education ............................. 32 ...... 32 321 ...... 321 374 ...... 374
Howard University ............ .. ....... .... 19 ..... 19 99 ...... 99 89 ...... 89
Other ............. ...... ..... ...... ... 1 ...... 1 12 ...... 12 1 ...... 1

Total-Office of Postsecondary Education ........... 950 2 948 6,100 51 6,048 5,566 30 5,536

Office of Educational Research and Improvement ........ 11 ...... 11 113 ...... 113 136 ...... 136
Departmental Management .......... .... ........ 38 .... 38 152 ... 152 143 .... 143
Proprietary receipts from the public ... ... ...... ...... 10 -10 ...... 26 -26 ...... 15 -15

Total-Department of Education .................. 2,029 11 2,018 12,602 78 12,524 11,571 45 11,526
Department of Energy:
Atomic energy defense activities ................... 782 ...... 782 4,252 ...... 4,252 4,006 ...... 4,006
Energy programs:
General science and research activities .......... 85 ..... 85 475 ...... 475 421 ...... 421
Energy supply, R and D activities ............ 172 ..... 172 1,105 ..... 1,105 1,106 ...... 1.106
Uranium supply and enrichment activities............ 92 ..... 92 738 ...... 738 864 ...... 864
Fossil energy research and development ..... ..... 31 .....31 183 ...... 183 180 ...... 180
Energy conservation ........... .. .. ....... 38 38 159 ..... 159 133 ..... 133
Strategic petroleum reserve ............. ..... 31 ..... 31 200 .. 200 289 ...... 289
Nuclear waste disposal fund ..... ... ........ ... 22 ... 22 145 ...... 145 157 ...... 157
Other ............. .. .. .......... 39 ...... 39 228 ...... 228 231 ...... 231

Total-Energy Programs ....................... 510 ..... 510 3,234 ...... 3,234 3,380 ..... 3,380

Power Marketing Administration .................... 78 119 -41 543 663 -120 598 711 -113
Departmental Administration ............. ...... 28 ...... 28 214 .... 214 197 ...... 197
Proprietary receipts from the public ...... ...... .... 201 -201 ...... 1.247 -1,247 ...... 1.182 -1,182
Intrabudgetary transactions ........ ..... .......... 1 ......1 -73 ...... -73 -105 ...... -105

Total-Department of Energy ..................... 1,399 320 1,079 8,170 1,911 6,259 8,075 1,894 6,181






Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, March 1990 and Other Periods-Continued


Department of Health and Human Services, Except Social
Security:
Public Health Service:
Food and Drug Administration ............... .
Health Resources and Services Administration:
Public enterprise funds ..... .......... ... ..
Health resources and services ....................
Indian Health Service ............... ..........
Centers for Disease Control ............... .. .

National Institutes of Health:
Cancer Research ...................... ......
Heart. Lung, and Blood Research .................
Diabetes, Digestive and Kidney Diseases ...........
Neurological Disorders and Stroke .................
Allergy and Infectious Diseases ........... ......
General Medical Sciences .................. .. .
Child Health and Human Development .............
Other research institutes ........ ...... .........
Research resources ............. ........... .
O their ................. ....... ... .. ...
Total-National Institutes of Health ..............

Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Administration.
Office of Assistant Secretary for Health ..............
Total-Public Health Service .......... ......

Health Care Financing Administration:
Grants to States for Medicaid ...................
Payments to health care trust funds ...............
Other ................... ......................

Federal hospital insurance trust fund:
Benefit payments................... ....... .
Administrative expenses and construction ...........
Interest on normalized tax transfers ...............
Total-FHI trust fund ........................

Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund:
Benefit payments.. ...........................
Administrative expenses and construction ...........
Total-FSMI trust fund ................... .....
Federal supplementary medical insurance catastrophic
coverage trust fund ................ ...........
Total-Health Care Financing Administration ........
Social Security Administration:
Payments to social security trust funds...............
Special benefits for disabled coal miners ............
Supplemental security income program ..............
Total-Social Security Administration ..............
Family Support Administration:
Family support payments to States ..................
Low income home energy assistance ................
Refugee and entrant assistance.....................
Grants to States for special services .................
Payments to States for family support activities ........
Interim assistance to States for legalization ...........
Other ........... ........ ........... .......
Total-Family Support Administration ..............
Human Development Services:
Social services .................... .......... .
Human development services ......................
Payments to states for foster care and adoption assistance
Total-Human Development Services ..............
Office of the Secretary ...... .......................
Proprietary receipts from the public ..................
Intrabudgetary transactions:
Payments for health insurance for the aged:
Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund..


40 (**)

2 ......
137 ......
106 .. .
77 .


39 263

2 4 ......
137 754 ..
106 547 ..
77 406 ..


247 1

4 ......
4
719
516 ..
401 ....


166 ..... 166 818 ...... 818 778 ...... 778
118 .. 118 558 ..... 558 521 ...... 521
54 ...... 54 260 ..... 260 279 ...... 279
40 ..... 40 247 ...... 247 279 ...... 279
86 ...... 86 378 .. .. 378 333 ...... 333
89 ...... 89 366 ..... 366 330 ...... 330
41 ...... 41 224 ..... 224 206 ...... 206
102 .... 102 502 .. 502 457 ...... 457
45 ...... 45 193 ..... 193 199 ...... 199
53 ...... 53 138 ..... 138 55 ...... 55
793 ...... 793 3,684 ..... 3,684 3,437 ...... 3,437

145 ... 145 927 ..... 927 780 ...... 780
22 ...... 22 108 ...... 108 106 ...... 106
1,321 (**) 1,321 6,693 1 6,691 6,210 1 6,209


3,280 .... 3,280 19,122 .. 19,122 16,518 ... 16,518
3,134 ...... 3,134 17,364 ...... 17,364 16,769 ..... 16,769
9 ..... 9 23 ......23 19 ..... 19


5,834 ...... 5,834 32,026 ...... 32,026 27,460 ...... 27,460
72 ...... 72 441 ...... 441 389 ... 389

5,905 ...... 5,905 32,467 .... 32,467 27,849 ... .. 27,849


3,484 ...... 3,484 19,794 ...... 19,794 17,215 ...... 17,215
110 ...... 110 598 ...... 598 693 ...... 693
3,594 ...... 3,594 20,392 ...... 20,392 17,907 ...... 17,907

.. ... ...... 51 ...... 51 36 .. .. 36
15,922 ...... 15,922 89,420 ...... 89,420 79,099 ...... 79,099


163 ...... 163 1,377 ...... 1,377 2,514 ...... 2,514
74 ..... 74 438 ...... 438 449 ...... 449
2.156 ...... 2,156 6,631 ...... 6,631 6.192 ..... 6,192
2.394 ...... 2.394 8,446 ...... 8,446 9,155 ...... 9.155

898 ...... 898 6,026 ...... 6,026 5,668 ...... 5,668
165 ... .. 165 969 .... 969 1,059 .... 1,059
23 ...... 23 184 .... 184 184 ...... 184
33 ...... 33 172 ...... 172 196 ...... 196
23 ...... 23 96 ...... 96 38 ...... 38
106 ..... 106 262 ..... 262 128 ... 128
6 ...... 6 38 ...... 38 40 ...... 40
1.254 ...... 1,254 7,747 ...... 7,747 7,314 ..... 7,314


144 ......
344 ......
78 ......
566 ......
12 ......
.. 932


-2.685 ......


144 1,366 ...... 1,366 1,370 .....
344 1,514 ...... 1,514 1,255 ..
78 707 ..... 707 523 ......
566 3,587 ...... 3.587 3,149 ......
12 68 ...... 68 65 ......
-932 ...... 5,945 -5.945 ...... 5,439


-2,685 -16,828 ...... -16,828 -16,129 .....


1,370
1,255
523
3,149
65
-5,439


-16,129





Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, March 1990 and Other Periods-Continued


Department of Health and Human Services, Except Social
Security-Continued
Payments for tax and other credits:
Federal hospital insurance trust fund ....
O their ............ ... ..... ................


Total-Department of Health and Human Services,


Except Social Security ............ .............


Department of Health and Human Services,
Social Security (OFF BUDGET):
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund:
Benefit payments ..... ... .. ..
Administrative expenses and construction .........
Payment to railroad retirement account .....
Interest expense on interfund borrowings.........
Interest on normalized tax transfers ..... ..

Total-FOASI trust fund .... .... .. ...

Federal disability insurance trust fund:
Benefit payments ............ .. ..... .....
Administrative expenses and construction .......
Payment to railroad retirement account.........
Interest on normalized tax transfers .. ...

Total-FDI trust fund .. ........ .

Proprietary receipts from the public ..........
Intrabudgetary transactions2. .. ........

Total-Department of Health and Human Services,
Social Security (OFF BUDGET) .................

Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Housing Programs:
Public enterprise funds:
Federal Housing Administration fund .. ......
Housing for the elderly or handicapped fund .. ..
O their ............... ....... ..
Rent supplement payments ...... .. .... ..
Homeownership assistance .... ...............
Rental housing assistance ... ...... .....
Rental housing development grants .... .......
Low-rent public housing ........ ........
Public housing grants ... .. .
College housing grants ............. .. .
Lower income housing assistance .. ......... .
O their .............. ........ .........

Total-Housing Programs ...... ... ..

Public and Indian Housing Programs:
Payments for operation of low income housing projects
Low-rent public housing-loans and other expenses ....

Total-Public and Indian Housing ........ .. ...

Government National Mortgage Association:
Management and liquidating functions fund ...
Guarantees of mortgage-backed securities ..........
Participation sales fund ........... ....

Total-Government National Mortgage Association ..

Community Planning and Development:
Public enterprise fund ................ .......
Community Development Grants ........ ....
Urban development action grants .......... .... .
Rental rehabilitation grants ...... .. ... ......... .
Other ... ......... .... .... ....

Total-Community Planning and Development ......


-449


449 -535


-535 -641


18,334 932 17,402 98,597 5,946 92,650 88,222 5,440 82,782





18,299 .. 18,299 107,390 ..... 107,390 100,773 ...... 100,773
119 .. 119 729 ... 729 873 ..... 873


...... ... .. 417 ...... 417 448 448

18,418 ...... 18,418 108,536 ..... 108,536 102,093 ...... 102,093


2,020 ...... 2,020 11,802 ...... 11,802 11,053 ...... 11,053
60 ..... 60 378 ... 378 392 ...... 392

.... .. 40 ..... 40 43 ...... 43

2,080 .... 2,080 12,220 ..... 12.220 11,489 ..... 11,489

(* ) (") ... (* ) (") ... ( ) (*" )
-163 .... -163 -1,377 .... -1,377 -2,514 ...... -2,514


20,334 (") 20,334 119,378 ("*) 119,378 111,068 (*) 111,068




627 513 114 3,364 3,044 320 3,626 2,956 670
27 54 -27 438 310 128 751 558 193
(*) 7 -6 3 34 -30 12 39 -27
5 ...... 5 25 .. 25 24 ...... 24
8 ...... 8 58 .. 58 63 ..... 63
49 ...... 49 304 .... 304 280 ...... 280
5 5 49 ...... 49 42 ..... 42
73 .. 73 487 ..... 487 461 461
132 ...... 132 649 ..... 649 318 .. 318
2 ..... 2 10 .... 10 10 (") 10
869 ...... 869 5,187 ...... 5,187 4,868 ...... 4,868
1 .... 1 6 ..... 6 6 ...... 6

1,799 574 1,225 10,580 3,388 7,192 10,461 3,553 6,908


175 .. 175 866 ..... 866 733 ...... 733
29 4 26 285 31 254 463 26 437

205 4 201 1,151 31 1,121 1,195 26 1,170


(') (") (*) 11 14 -3 5 9 -4
56 129 -74 579 675 -96 369 456 -87
.. ( ) ( ) (" )

56 130 -74 590 689 -99 374 465 -91


5 9 -4 30 59 -28 60 59 (")
214 214 1,405 ...... 1,405 1,495 ...... 1,495
16 .. 16 128 ...... 128 105 .. .. 105
27 ..... 27 106 ... 106 79 ...... 79
8 ..... 8 41 ...... 41 42 ..... 42

269 9 261 1,710 59 1,651 1,781 59 1,722





Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, March 1990 and Other Periods-Continued
[S millions]
This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Prior Fiscal Year to Date
Clalsifcaton Gross Applicable Gross Applicable Gross Applicable
Outlays Recepts Outlays Outlays Receipts Outlays Outlays Receipts Outlays


Department of Houslg and Urban Development-
Continued
Management and administration .............
Other ....... ... .... .... .............

Total-Department of Housing and Urban Development

Department of the Interior:
Land and minerals management:
Bureau of Land Management:
Management of lands and resources ..............
Payments in lieu of taxes .......... .. ..
O their ..... .............. .. ........ ..
Minerals Management Service .....................
Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement .

Total-Land and minerals management ............

Water and science:
Bureau of Reclamation:
Construction program .. .. ............ ..
Operation and maintenance .............. .
O the r .................. ...... ..... ......
Geological Survey ...............................
Bureau of Mines ...... ................... .

Total-Water and science ................. ..

Fish and wildlife and parks:
United States Fish and Wildlife Service ..............
National Park Service ...................... .

Total-Fish and wildlife and parks ..............

Bureau of Indian Affairs:
Operation of Indian programs .................. ...
Indian tribal funds .............. ....... ..... .
Other ................... ..... ..............

Total-Bureau of Indian Affairs ........ ... ........

Territorial and International Affairs ................. .
Departmental offices................................
Proprietary receipts from the public:
Receipts from oil and gas leases, national petroleum
reserve in Alaska ....................... .......
O their ...................................... ..
Intrabudgetary transactions ...................... .

Total-Department of the Interior .................

Department of Justice:
Legal activities ................ .................
Federal Bureau of Investigation .................. ....
Drug Enforcement Administration ................... .
Immigration and Naturalization Service.................
Federal Prison System .................. .... .....
Office of Justice Programs ....................... .
O their ......................................... ..

Total-Department of Justice .....................

Department of Labor:
Employment and Training Administration:
Training and employment services ...............
Community service employment for older Americans....
Federal unemployment benefits and allowances .......
State unemployment insurance and employment service
operation ................ ............. .......
Advances to the unemployment trust fund and other
funds ................... ...................
Other .........................................


21 175 ..... 175 169
4 11 ...... 11 11 ..


169
11


2,354 716 1,639 14,217 4,166 10,052 13,992 4,103 9,890




34 ... 34 207 ... 207 259 ..... 259
(") (") ( ) ( ) ( ") ... (*")
24 24 218 .. 218 167 167
52 ...... 52 304 304 308 .. 308
24 .. 24 159 ...... 159 165 ..... 165

134 ... 134 888 ...... 888 899 .. 899



63 30 33 421 76 345 251 21 230
13 .. 13 90 .. .. 90 45 45
32 ...... 32 69 69 47 ...... 47
33 ..... 33 272 ... 272 276 ...... 276
13 2 11 87 12 75 84 12 71

155 32 123 939 88 852 703 33 669


97 ...... 97 423 .. 423 390 ... 390
75 ...... 75 501 .... 501 534 ...... 534

172 ...... 172 924 ...... 924 924 .... 924


91 ..... 91 561 .. 561 547 .... 547
211 ...... 211 354 ... 354 160 ..... 160
34 1 33 270 6 264 88 5 83

335 1 335 1,186 6 1,180 795 5 790

13 13 222 222 201 ...... 201
5 ..... 5 54 ...... 54 47 .... 47


.... ..... .. .. 1 1 ...... 1 1
..... 225 -225 ..... 882 -882 ...... 870 -870
10 ..... 10 -105 .. -105 -3 ... .. -3

823 257 566 4,108 976 3,133 3,566 908 2,658


128 ...... 128 778 ..... 778 647 ...... 647
97 ...... 97 749 ...... 749 777 ...... 777
50 ...... 50 263 ...... 263 248 ...... 248
84 ..... 84 526 ...... 526 438 ...... 438
94 4 90 625 27 598 540 23 517
39 ...... 39 228 ..... 228 207 (") 207
-15 ...... -15 127 ...... 127 50 ...... 50

477 4 473 3,296 27 3,269 2,907 23 2,884



295 .... 295 1,653 ...... 1,653 1,571 ...... 1,571
28 28 174 .... 174 161 ..... 161
15 .... 15 66 ...... 66 77 ..... 77

-71 ...... -71 36 ..... 36 50 ...... 50

... ...... (* ) ...... (" ) 16 ...... 16
4 ...... 4 24 ...... 24 35 ...... 35


~1





Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, March 1990 and Other Periods-Continued
[$ millions]

This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Prior Fiscal Year to Date
Classification Gross Applicable Gross Applicable Gross Applicable
Outlays Receipts Outlays Outlays Receipts Outlays Outlays Receipts Outlays


Department of Labor-Continued
Employment and Training Administration-Continued
Unemployment trust fund:
Federal-State unemployment insurance:
State unemployment benefits ............... ...
State administrative expenses .................
Federal administrative expenses ...............
Veterans employment and training ..............
Repayment of advances from the general fund.....
Railroad unemployment insurance ................
Other ........................................

Total-Unemployment trust fund...............

Total-Employment and Training Administration ....

Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation .................
Employment Standards Administration:
Salaries and expenses ................. ..........
Special benefits ...................... ........
Black lung disability trust fund . ...... ...
O their ................................. ........
Occupational safety and health administration ..........
Bureau of Labor Statistics ....... ...............
O their ................. ................ ... .......
Proprietary receipts from the public ...................
Intrabudgetary transactions .........................

Total-Department of Labor ......................

Department of State:
Administration of Foreign Affairs:
Salaries and expenses .................. .......
Acquisition and maintenance of buildings abroad ......
Payment to Foreign Service retirement and disability
fund ........... ... ......... ...... ...... ..
Foreign Service retirement and disability fund .........
Other .................................. ...

Total-Administration of Foreign Affairs.............

International Organizations and Conferences ............
Migration and Refugee Assistance .................. .
International Narcotics Control ................... ..
O their .................... ..........
Proprietary receipts from the public ...................
Intrabudgetary transactions ................. .......

Total-Department of State ......................

Department of Transportation:
Federal Highway Administration:
Highway trust fund:
Federal-aid highways. ................... .. ....
Other ....................................
Other programs ........... .................. .

Total-Federal Highway Administration .............

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration ..........

Federal Railroad Administration:
Grants to National Railroad Passenger Corporation.....
O their ...... ..... ......... ....... ... ....

Total-Federal Railroad Administration ............


1,810
276
29
14

12
(")
' 11AI


1,810
276
29
14

12
(* )

~ iai


8,774
1,262
82
77

49
76

1n ion


.. 8,774
. ..... 1.262
.82
... 77

. ..... 49
...... 76

1n ion


7,109
1,246
87
77

56
16

8a K1


7,109
1,246
87
77

56
16

a 8a5


2,413 ...... 2,413 12,272 ...... 12,272 10,501 ...... 10,501

60 338 -278 363 871 -508 360 523 -163

14 ...... 14 81 ...... 81 104 ...... 104
123 ...... 123 -528 ...... -528 -416 ...... -416
55 ...... 55 306 ...... 306 312 ...... 312
8 ...... 8 48 ...... 48 42 ...... 42
18 ...... 18 97 ...... 97 118 .... 118
13 ...... 13 82 ...... 82 97 ...... 97
33 ...... 33 205 ..... 205 184 ...... 184
1 -1 ..... 4 -4 ..... 14 -14
-3 ...... -3 -118 ..... -118 -130 ...... -130

2,733 339 2,395 12,808 876 11,933 11,173 538 10,635



171 ...... 171 875 ..... 875 812 ...... 812
14 .... 14 144 ...... 144 150 ...... 150

.. ... 106 ...... 106 108 ...... 108
31 .... 31 171 ... 171 159 ..... 159
8 ..... 8 26 ...... 26 18 ...... 18

224 ...... 224 1,322 ..... 1.322 1,246 ...... 1,246

25 ... .. 25 500 ...... 500 511 ..... 511
48 ..... 48 235 .... 235 209 ...... 209
14 .. .. 14 67 67 36 ... 36
5 ...... 5 28 ...... 28 52 ...... 52
( ) (*) 1 -1 ... 1 -1
(") ...... ( ) -106 ..... -106 -148 ...... -148

316 (V ) 316 2,046 1 2,045 1,906 1 1,905




920 ... 920 6,761 ...... 6,761 6,378 ...... 6,378
-2 ...... -2 48 ...... 48 48 ...... 48
10 ...... 10 39 ...... 39 32 ...... 32

927 ...... 927 6,847 ..... 6.847 6,458 ...... 6,458

17 ... 17 128 ...... 128 117 ...... 117


("*) .. ( ") 315 ..... 315 325 ...... 325
-13 ..... -13 -52 16 -67 60 8 52

-13 (") -13 263 16 248 385 8 377





Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, March 1990 and Other Periods-Continued


Department of Transportation-Contlnued
Urban Mass Transportation Administration:
Formula grants ..... ............. ..
Discretionary grants ................ .. ..... .
Other ............. ....... ........... ..
Federal Aviation Administration:
Operations ....... ........ ....... ... .. ...
Other .................. ...... ..........
Airport and airway trust fund:
Grants-in-aid for airports ........ ....... .........
Facilities and equipment .. .............. .. ....
Research, engineering and development ...........
Operations ...................................

Total-Airport and airway trust fund ..............

Total-Federal Aviation Administration .............

Coast Guard:
Operating expenses .................. ........
Acquisition, construction, and improvements ..........
Retired pay ............... .....................
O their ....... ...... ...........................

Total-Coast Guard ................... .... ..

Maritime Administration .............................
O their ... ......... .. ... ................. .
Proprietary receipts from the public ...................
Intrabudgetary transactions ..........................

Total-Department of Transportation ..............

Department of the Treasury:
Departmental Offices:
Exchange stabilization fund ... ................
Other .................. ...... ............. .

Financial Management Service:
Salaries and expenses ........... ...........
Payment to the resolution funding corporation .........
Claims, Judgements, and Relief Acts ................
Other .. ..... ............................. ....

Total-Financial Management Service ..............

Federal Financing Bank ................. .......
Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms:
Salaries and expenses ............... ..........
Internal Revenue collections for Puerto Rico ..........
United States Customs Service ......................
Bureau of Engraving and Printing .....................
United States Mint ................................
Bureau of the Public Debt ........................

Internal Revenue Service:
Administration and Management ....................
Processing tax returns and assistance ...............
Tax Law Enforcement...........................
Payment where earned income credit exceeds liability for tax
Refunding internal revenue collections, interest .......
Other ...................................... .

Total-Internal Revenue Service ..................


154
92 .
57 ...

210 .
13 ...

96 .
115 .
13 .
68 ....

292 .

515 .


154 1.123
92 440
57 344

210 1,414
13 14

96 609
115 650
13 70
68 400

292 1.729

515 3,158


1,123 1,037 ...... 1,037
440 421 ...... 421
344 271 ...... 271

1,414 1,465 .... 1,465
14 (*) (**) 1 -1

S 609 567 ...... 567
650 473 473
70 70 ..... 70
S 400 232 .... 232

1,729 1,343 ...... 1,343

14 3,143 2.808 1 2.807


188 ...... 188 995 ...... 995 966 ..... 966
33 ..... 33 152 ..... 152 172 .. 172
33 ..33 201 ...... 201 189 ...... 189
27 (*) 27 126 3 124 89 3 87

281 (*) 280 1,474 3 1,471 1,416 3 1,413

40 43 -3 344 175 170 281 185 97
21 (") 21 70 5 65 66 5 61
3 -3 ... 7 -7 .... 4 -4
(**) ...... (") -7 ...... -7 -8 ...... -8

2,090 47 2,043 14,185 219 13,966 13,253 206 13,047



-345 3 -348 -976 15 -991 -701 21 -722
-16 ...... -16 32 ...... 32 64 ...... 64


18 ...... 18 116 ...... 116 126 ...... 126

45 .... 45 186 ...... 186 248 ...... 248
12 ...... 12 73 ...... 73 145 ...... 145

75 ...... 75 376 ...... 376 519 ...... 519

-127 ...... -127 8 ...... 8 244 ...... 244

17 ...... 17 124 ...... 124 114 ...... 114
15 ...... 15 119 .... 119 153 ...... 153
140 ...... 140 808 ...... 808 735 ...... 735
-7 ...... -7 18 ...... 18 -4 ...... -4
6 ...... 6 35 ...... 35 54 ...... 54
12 ...... 12 82 ...... 82 109 ...... 109


7 ..... 7 36 ..... 36 48 ...... 48
199 ..... 199 911 ...... 911 910 .... 910
263 ...... 263 1,708 ...... 1,708 1,708 ...... 1,708
1,919 ...... 1,919 2,894 ...... 2,894 2,271 ...... 2,271
161 ...... 161 868 ...... 868 918 ...... 918
1 (") 1 5 6 -1 2 2 (**)

2,549 (") 2,549 6,422 6 6,416 5,857 2 5,855


. .




Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, March 1990 and Other Periods-Continued


Department of the Treasury-Continued
United States Secret Service ......... ...... .... 28 .... 28 196 ...... 196 190 ..... 190
Comptroller of the Currency ....................... 20 2 18 126 128 -2 109 124 -14
Office of Thrift Supervision ........................ 14 2 13 45 101 -56 ......
Interest on the public debt:
Public issues (accrual basis) ........ .. .... ... 17,043 ..... 17.043 97,414 ...... 97,414 90,591 ..... 90,591
Special issues (cash basis) ........................ 496 ...... 496 31.852 ...... 31,852 26,394 ...... 26,394

Total-Interest on the public debt ............ ... 17,539 ..... 17,539 129,266 ...... 129,266 116,984 ...... 116,984

Other ........... .. .............. ........ 3 ...... 3 21 ...... 21 20 ...... 20
Proprietary receipts from the public ............. .. 248 -248 ...... 1,951 -1,951 ...... 2,289 -2,289
Receipts from off-budget Federal entities ............ ... .... ..... -456 ..... -456 -491 ...... -491
Intrabudgetary transactions ....... ..... ...... -1,453 ...... 1,453 -7,826 ..... -7,826 -7,971 ...... -7,971

Total-Department of the Treasury ................ 18,470 254 18,215 128,419 2,201 126,218 115,985 2,436 113,549

Department of Veterans Affairs:
Veterans Benefits Administration:
Public Enterprise Funds:
Loan guaranty revolving fund ................... 209 69 141 1,221 740 482 1,276 835 441
Other .................... ...... ... .. 22 34 -12 121 166 -45 120 146 -26
Compensation and pensions .. ........ .... 2,580 ...... 2,580 7,781 ...... 7,781 8,155 ...... 8,155
Readjustment benefits ........................ 68 .... 68 296 ...... 296 406 ...... 406
Post-Vietnam-era veterans education account ....... 38 ...... 38 136 ...... 136 178 ...... 178
Insurance Funds:
National service life ................... 128 ...... 128 606 ..... 606 584 ...... 584
United States government life .............. 3 ...... 3 16 ...... 16 17 ...... 17
Veterans special life ..... .............. ... 10 5 6 56 86 -29 53 83 -30


Other ...


7 ...... 7 4 ...... 4 -4 ..... -4


Total-Veterans Benefits Administration ..... ...... 3,066 108 2,959 10,238 992 9,247 10,785 1,065 9,720

Veterans Health Services and Research Administration:
Medical care .................. ...... 877 ...... 877 5,590 ...... 5,590 5,214 ...... 5,214
Other .............................. .. 40 18 22 253 115 138 248 111 137
Departmental Administration:
General operating expenses .. ...... ..... 63 ..... 63 427 .... 427 382 .. 382
Construction projects ...... ..... .... ....... 55 ...... 55 329 ...... 329 341 ..... 341
Other .... ........ ... .... ..... .... 19 ...... 19 103 ...... 103 55 ...... 55
Proprietary receipts from the public:
National service life .. ............ .. ....... ... 37 -37 ...... 199 -199 ...... 205 -205
United States government life ......... .. .. ..... (") (") .. .. (") (**) ...... (*) (")
Other ....... .......... ......... ... 49 -49 ...... 219 -219 ...... 238 -238
Intrabudgetary transactions ......................... -66 ..... -66 -149 ...... -149 -99 ..... -99

Total-Department of Veterans Affairs ........... 4,056 212 3,844 16,792 1,525 15,267 16,925 1,619 15,306

Environmental Protection Agency:
Salaries and expenses ............ .............. 54 ..... 54 400 ...... 400 405 ..... 405
Abatement, control, and compliance ................... 66 ...... 66 287 ...... 287 271 ...... 271
Construction grants ........... ....... 219 .. 219 1,097 ...... 1,097 1,072 ...... 1,072
Hazardous substance superfund .............. .. 89 ..... 89 537 ...... 537 459 ...... 459
Other ..................... ............ ...... 26 9 17 147 18 128 254 7 247
Proprietary receipts from the public ......... ...... ..... 6 -6 ...... 57 -57 ...... 32 -32
Intrabudgetary transactions ....... ..... ........... ...... .. .. ...... -150 ..... 150

Total-Environmental Protection Agency ........... 453 15 438 2,468 76 2,392 2,311 39 2,272


General Services Administration:
Real property activities............... ... ...
Personal property activities ............. ........ .
Information Resources Management Service ...........
Federal property resources activities...................
General activities ....... ............... ........
Proprietary receipts from the public .... ..............
Other .............. ........ .. ...

Totat-General Services Administration ............


258 ...... 258 -139 ...... -139 -224 ...... -224
82 .... 82 48 ...... 48 -82 ...... -82
42 ...... 42 -66 ...... -66 -28 ...... -28
1 ...... 1 5 ...... 5 5 ...... 5
9 ...... 9 79 ...... 79 79 ...... 79
.. 1 -1 .... 23 -23 ...... 33 -33
4 -4 ...... 1 -1 ...... -2 2

393 5 388 -73 24 -97 -249 30 -279





Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, March 1990 and Other Periods-Continued


National Aeronautics and Space Administration:
Research and development ...................
Space iignl, control, and data communications ........
Construction of facilities ............ ......
Research and program management ................
Other ... ..................... .
Total-National Aeronautics and Space
Administration .............................. .

Office of Personnel Management:
Government payment for annuitants, employees
health benefits .......................... .
Payment to civil service retirement and disability fund .
Civil service retirement and disability fund .............
Employees health benefits fund ................. ..
Employees life insurance fund .. .............
Retired employees health benefits fund ................
Other .... ............ .. ... ........ .
Intrabudgetary transactions:
Civil service retirement and disability fund:
General fund contributions .. ................
Other ............... ................ .

Total-Office of Personnel Management............

mall Business Administration:
Public enterprise funds:
Business loan and investment fund ... .........
Disaster loan fund ............ ... ...........
O their ................................... ...
Other ................ ............. ....

Total-Small Business Administration .............

Other Independent agencies:
A action ................................... ..
Board for International Broadcasting ............ .....
Corporation for Public Broadcasting ...................
District of Columbia:
Federal payment ................................
O their .........................................
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission ............
Export-Import Bank of the United States ...............
Federal Communications Commission ..............
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation:
Bank Insurance Fund ............... .. .......
FSLIC Resolution Fund ........................ .
Savings Association Insurance Fund ...............
Federal Emergency Management Agency:
Public Enterprise Funds ...........................
Disaster Relief ..... .... ........ ..............
Salaries and expenses ........................ .
Emergency management and planning assistance......
Emergency food and shelter program ...............
Federal Housing Finance Board ............... ......
Federal Trade Commission ..........................
Interstate Commerce Commission.....................
Legal Services Corporation ..........................
National Archives and Records Administration ...........
National Credit Union Administration:
Central liquidity facility .. .. .............. .. ..
Credit union share insurance fund .................
Other ....... ................ .......... ...


457 2.353
455 2,631
16 95
158 997
1 4


2,353 1,781
2.631 2.650
95 102
997 932
4 -15


1,087 ...... 1,087 6,080 ...... 6,080 5,450 ...... 5,450



265 ...... 265 1,191 .. 1,191 1,083 .. 1,083
(**) .. (**) (* ) ..... (* ) (**) ...... (" )
2,742 ...... 2,742 15,409 ... 15,409 14,230 ..... 14,230
1,000 1,161 -160 5,201 5,701 -501 4.100 4,957 -856
96 107 -11 529 1.000 -471 526 992 -467
1 1 ( ") 6 6 (") 6 6 (**)
13 ..... 13 96 ... .. 96 78 ...... 78


( *) ...... (*) ( *) .... (' ) (**) ( )
-3 ...... -3 -18 ... .. -18 -15 ...... -15

4,115 1,269 2,846 22,414 6,708 15,706 20,008 5,955 14,053



75 80 -6 442 425 17 484 437 47
79 45 34 375 277 98 172 322 -150
5 1 4 18 10 8 12 9 3
30 (") 30 191 (") 191 156 (") 156

188 126 62 1,026 713 313 825 768 57


9 ......
18 .. ...


7 ......
-4 ..
18 ..
401 95
8 2

436 249
1,046 31
2 7

-36 14
79 ......
10 .....
22 ..
15 ......
I (**)
5
3
3 ......
29 ......
3
3 .

34 57
7 2
5 (")


9 81
18 96
229


81 76
96 95
229 228


76
95
228


7 545 .... 545 521 ..... 521
-4 5 41 -36 ...... 34 -34
18 93 ...... 93 95 ...... 95
307 1,048 947 102 1,124 1,064 60
6 53 10 43 51 42 8

187 5,727 4,599 1,128 6,466 6,670 -204
1,014 4,884 1,576 3.308 13,502 4,359 9,143
-5 4 11 -7

-49 366 104 262 38 193 -155
79 1,003 ...... 1,003 43 ...... 43
10 69 ...... 69 72 ...... 72
22 145 ...... 145 151 .... 151
15 65 ...... 65 71 .71
1 18 7 10 36 36 1
5 29 ...... 29 32 ...... 32
3 22 ...... 22 23 ...... 23
29 158 ..... 158 129 ..... 129
3 67 ...... 67 63 ...... 63

-23 130 159 -29 120 127 -7
5 64 129 -65 122 143 -22
5 -18 1 -18 -16 1 -17




Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, March 1990 and Other Periods-Continued


Other Independent agencies-Continued
National Endowment for the Arts ................. ...
National Endowment for the Humanities ................
National Labor Relations Board .................. ....
National Science Foundation ........................
Nuclear Regulatory Commission ......................
Panama Canal Commission........................
Postal Service:
Public Enterprise Funds (OFF-BUDGET) ..............
Payment to the Postal Service Fund ................

Railroad Retirement Board:
Federal windfall subsidy ...........................
Federal payments to the railroad retirement accounts...
Milwaukee railroad restructuring, administration ........
Rail Industry Pension Fund:
Benefit payments .............. ............
Advances from FOASI fund ....................
OASI certifications..............................
Administrative expenses ........................
Interest on refunds and taxes ...................
Supplemental annuity pension fund .............
O their ................. .. ....................
Intrabudgetary Transactions:
Social security equivalent benefit account .........
Payments from other funds to railroad retirement
trust funds ....... ....... ............
Other ...................................

Total-Railroad Retirement Board..............

Resolution Trust Corporation ................... ......
Securities and Exchange Commission .................
Smithsonian Institution .............. ...........
Tennessee Valley Authority ............... .......
United States Information Agency .................. ...
Other ......................... ........... .....

Total-Other Independent agencies ...............

Undistributed offsetting receipts:
Other Interest ...................................
Employer share, employee retirement:
Legislative Branch:
United States Tax Court:
Tax court judges survivors annuity fund ..........
The Judiciary:
Judicial survivors annuity fund ...... ... .
Department of Defense-Civil:
Military retirement fund .................. ....
Department of Health and Human Services:
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund
(OFF-BUDGET):
Federal employer contributions ............... .
Payments for military service credits ............
Federal disability insurance trust fund
(OFF-BUDGET):
Federal employer contributions ... ..............
Payments for military service credits ............
Federal hospital insurance trust fund:
Federal employer contributions .... .............
Payments for military service credits .............
Department of State:
Foreign Service retirement and disability fund .....
Office of Personnel Management:
Civil Service retirement and disability fund ........

Total-Employer share, employee retirement .....


14
11
10
149
35
38

3,457


4
44

32,673


85
60
70
868
197
235

17,178
263


15
234

16,955


85 79
60 62
70 68
868 785
182 176
1 252

223 15.561
263 218


223

16,456


28 ...... 28 168 ...... 168 175 ...... 175
( ) ...... (.") 104 ...... 104 150 ...... 150
(") ("*) (") ...... (" ) ("*) (*)


-80 ..... -80 -468 ...... -468 -440 ...... -440
80 ...... 80 466 ...... 466 440 ...... 440
7 ...... 7 31 ...... 31 26 ...... 26
.... 56 ...... 56 13 ...... 13
215 ...... 215 1,298 .... 1,298 1,240 ...... 1,240
(* ) ..... (" ) 2 ...... 2 2 ...... 2

360 ...... 360 2,097 ...... 2,097 2,022 ...... 2,022


...... ...... -168 ...... -168 -149 ...... -149

611 ...... 611 3,587 ..... 3,587 3,479 ..... 3,479

4,518 ..... 4,518 18,529 9,527 9,002 ...... ...... .......
11 3 8 71 10 61 69 ..... 69
23 ... 23 144 ...... 144 143 ...... 143
559 562 -3 3,270 3,464 -194 2,683 2,652 31
68 (") 68 442 (*) 442 446 (") 446
72 2 70 554 29 524 507 32 475

11,696 3,744 7,952 60,435 37,818 22,617 47,569 32,031 15,538


...... 1 1 ..1 1 ......) ()



........ (* ) ( ) (" ) .. .. (" )



-1,382 ...... -1,382 -8,036 ...... -8,036 -9,023 ...... -9,023



-408 ...... -408 -2,187 ...... -2,187 -1,970 ...... -1,970



-44 ...... -44 -225 ...... -225 -189 ...... -189


-178 ...... -178 -984 ...... -984 -922 ...... -922


-6 .... -6 -38 ...... -38 -32 ..... -32

-399 ...... -399 -3,521 ...... -3,521 -3,518 ...... -3,518

-2,416 ..... -2,416 -14,991 ...... -14,991 -15,655 ...... -15,655





Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, March 1990 and Other Periods-Continued
[$ millions]

This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Prior Fiscal Year to Date
Clasification Gross Gross Applicable Gross Applicable
Outlays Receipts ut Outlays Receipts Outlays Outlays Receipts Outays


Undltributd offeetting receipt--Continued
Interest received by trust funds:
The Judiciary:
Judicial survivors annuity fund ... ..............
Department of Defense-Civil:
Education benefits fund ... .......... ....
Military retirement fund ................ .......
Soldiers' and Airmen's Home permanent fund .......
Corps of Engineers ... ................. ...
Department of Health and Human Services:
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund
(OFF-BUDGET) ................. ..........
Federal disability insurance trust fund
(OFF-BUDGET) .............................
Federal hospital insurance trust fund...............
Federal hospital insurance catastrophic coverage
reserve trust fund ............................
Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund..
Federal supplementary medical insurance catastrophic
coverage trust fund ...........................
Department of Labor:
Unemployment trust fund ...... .......... ....
Department of State:
Foreign Service retirement and disability fund .......
Department of Transportation:
Airport and airway trust fund ..................
Oil spill liability trust fund ........................
Highway trust fund ..........................
Department of Veterans Affairs:
United States government life insurance fund........
National service life insurance fund ................
Environmental Protection Agency:
Other ............ ..................... .
Post-closure liability trust fund ...................
National Aeronautics and Space Administration ........
Office of Personnel Management fund:
Civil Service retirement and disability fund ..........
Independent agencies:
Railroad Retirement Board:
Railroad retirement account ....................
Other ................. ..................

Total-Interest received by trust funds ..............

Unrealized Discount on trust fund investments ..........
Rents and Royalties on the Outer Continental Shelf lands.

Total-Undistributed offsetting receipts ............

Total outlays .... .............. ..... .... ..

Total On-Budget .............................

Total Off-Budget .............................

Total Surplus (+) or Deficit (-) ..................

Total On-Budget .............................

Total Off-Budget ............................


88

("*)

-7

-7

(")
-1

(")
(")


-28
-15

-213

-12


-2,641

128,778

105,581

23,197

-37,933

-40,566

+2,633


..... -146 -7,093

.... 3 -406
... -49 -3,869

.... 19
-40 -643

... .. -46

.... 88 -1,958

. ..... (") -213

...... -7 -607

...... -7 -735

.... ( ) -7
.... -1 -519

..... (") -1
.....- (") (*")
. 1
...... -38 -10,153
-38 -10,153


21

22

10,623

7,950

2,673

+15,403

+18,076

-2,673


-28
-15

-213

-12
-21

-2,663

118,155

97,631

20,524

-53,336

-58,642

+5,306


-320
-60

-30,119

-40


-45,150

691,689

565,043

126,645

-190,633

-193,754

+3,121


1,284

1,285

82,539

65,583

16,955

39,779

22,823
16,955


... -7,093

... .. -406
3,869

.. -19
-643

...... -46

-1,958

. ..... -213

...... -607

.. -735

... -7
-519

.... .- 1
. .. (" )
. 1

-10,153


-320
-60

-30,119

-40
-1.284

-46,435

609,150

499,460

109,690

-150,854

-170,931

+20,076


-7

-28 ...
2655
-4 ...
-15


4,824 ..

-358 ..
-3,116 ..


473 ..
-473 ....



-1.580 .. ...

-195 ......

-484 .

-572 .....

-8 .
-505 .. .

-16 ..
(*) .
(") .

-9,358 ......


-341 .....
-34 ......

-24,574 ......

-38 ......
1.362

-40,267 1,362

646,354 76,959

527,067 60,504

119,287 16,456

-167,609 -39,180

-173,842 -22,725

+6,233 -16,456


MEMORANDUM
Receipts offset against outlays

F


Proprietary receipts ................. ............... ......
Receipts from off-budget Federal entities ........................
Intrabudgetary transactions ........... .. .......................
Total receipts offset against outlays ........................


SPror month adjustment ... No tran
includes FICA and SECA tax credits, non-contributary military service credits, special (") Less t
enefts for the aged, and credit for unnegotiated OASI benefit checks. Note: Det
3The Postal Service figure represents reporting for the full calendar month of March and
l paialy estimated. This estimate includes $1,000 miion for postal money orders between March
10th and 31st


Current
iscal Year
to Date
18,115
456
82,494
101,065


[$ millions]

Comparable Period
Prior Fiscal Year
18,106
491
77,778
96.374


actions.
han $500,000.
ails may not add to totals due to rounding.


-7

-28
-2,655
-4
-15


-4,824

-358
-3,116


473

("*)

-1,580

-195

-484

-572

-8
-505

-16
(") *
(")

-9,358


-341
-34

-24,574

-38
-1,362

-41,629

569,394

466,563

102,831

-128,429

-151,118

+22,689


-

-




Table 6. Means of Financing the Deficit or Disposition of Surplus by the U.S. Government, March 1990 and Other Periods
[$ millions]

Net Transactions
Assets and Liabilites (-)denotes net reduction of either Account cBal dance
Directly Related to liability or asset accounts Current Fiscal Ye
Budget and Off-budget Activity
Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of
This Month Close of
This Year Prior Year This Year This Month m


Liability accounts
Borrowing from the public:
Public debt securities, issued under general financing 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 ........... ....... .

Plus premium on public debt securities ... .......... .
Less discount on public debt securities ....... ..... ..

Total borrowing from the public less premium & discount ...

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
(See Schedule A for details) ................... ..... .....
Total budget and off-budget federal entitles
[Financing of deficit (+) or disposition of surplus (-)] ............


57,602 194,525 138,716 2,842,432
10I0r


2,979,356


3,036,958


. . 1P ,.Jv 1i ,

57,602 194,525 138,716 2,857,432 2,994,356 3,051,958

-1,536 6,256 10,264 23,680 31,471 29,936

56,066 200,782 148,981 2,881,112 3,025,827 3,081,893



-24 45,997 57,197 676,842 722,863 722,839

56,090 154,784 91,784 2,204,270 2,302,965 2,359,054

-3 228 -18 607 838 835
27,593 35,322 918 16,055 23,784 51,377

28,493 119,691 90,848 2,188,821 2,280,019 2,308,512

12,403 1,548 1,214 40,747 29,892 42,295
-78 103 11 6,270 6,452 6,373
1,082 -584 810 9,312 7,647 8,728
8,999 4,663 5,607 11,222 6,887 15,886

50,899 125,421 98,491 2,256,373 2,330,896 2,381,795




-1,781 -8,620 -8,562 13,452 6,613 4,832
658 -13,887 -21,164 27,521 12,976 13,634

-1,123 -22,507 -29,726 40,973 19,589 18,466


-124 605 369 9,487 10,216 10,092
......... ......... -350 -8,518 -8,518 -8,518

-124 605 19 969 1,698 1,574



... .. 19,699 19,699 19,699
-286 377 42 3,233 3,896 3,609
-157 -172 -495 -14,336 -14,351 -14,508
31 38 -6 -65 -58 -27
180 -226 -8 179 -226 -46

-233 17 -467 8.711 8,961 8,728

-27 -74 -110 74 27 (")
-4,108 1,445 -270 9,598 15,152 11,044

-5,615 -20,514 -30,553 60,325 45,427 39,812

3,242 -4,619 965 8,460 599 3,841

-2,373 -25,133 -29,588 68,785 46,026 43,652

+53,272 +150,554 +128,078 +2,187,587 +2,284,871 +2,338,142


64 299 350 ......... 235 299

+53,336 +150,854 +128,429 +2,187,587 +2,285,106 +2,338,442


1 Major sources of information used to determine Treasury's operating cash include the Daily
Balance Wires from Federal Reserve Banks, reporting from the Bureau of Public Debt, electronic
transfers through the Treasury Financial Communications System and reconciling wires from In-
ternal Revenue Service Centers. Operating cash is presented on a modified cash basis, deposits
are reflected as received: withdrawals are reflected as processed.
... No transactions.
Note: Details may not add to totals due to rounding.






Table 6. Schedule A-Analysis of Change in Excess of Liabilities of the U.S. Government, March 1990 and
Other Periods
[S 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 preced.rg period....... 2,284,871 2,187,587 2,036,254
Adjustments during current fiscal year for changes in
composition of unified budget:
Classification of FSLIC securities as budgetary transactions ...
Reclassification of Federal Retirement Thrift Investment
Board to a Nonbudgelary Status .. ....... ..... ...
Reclassification of Veterans Affairs Canteen Service Revolving
fund outlays to investments in Public Debt Securities .......... .... ... -32
Adjustment to gains and deficiencies on exchange
transactions previously written off ...................... ........ ...... 44
Excess of liabilities beginning of period (current basis) ............. 2,284,871 2,187,587 2,036,266
Budget surplus (-) or deficit:
Based on composition of unified budget in prior fiscal year..... 53,336 150,854 128,429
Changes in composition of unified budget .... .. ........ ....... ....

Total surplus (-) or deficit (Table 2) .................... 53,336 150,854 128,429

Total-on-budget (Table 2) .... ............ ............. 58,642 170,931 151,118

Total-ohf-buaget (Table 2) .................... ...... ... -5,306 -20,076 22,689

Transactions not applied to current year's surplus or deficit:
Seigniorage .... .................... ..... -60 -287 -304
Increment on gold ......................... ..... ............ ..
Proceeds from currency ........... ..................... .........
Proceeds from sales of loan assets with recourse ............... ......... ......... -25
Profit on sale of gold .... ........ ............................. ......
Net gain (-)/loss for IMF loan valuation adjustment......... -4 -12 -21
Total-transactions not applied to current year's
surplus or deficit ............... ........... -64 299 350

Excess of llabllltles close of period .................... .. 2,338.142 2.338.142 2.164.345

Table 6. Schedule B-Securities issued by Federal Agencies Under Special Financing Authorities, March 1990 and
Other Periods
[$ millions)
Net Transactions
(-) denotes net reduction of Account Balances
liability accounts Current Fiscal Year
Classification
Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of
This Month This month
This Year Prior Year This Year This Month

Agency securities, issued under special financing authorities:
Obligations of the United States, issued by:
Export-import Bank of the United States ................ ...........) (" ) (")
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation:
Bank Insurance Fund ..................................... -1,547 -1,394 895 3,130 3,283 1,736
FSUC Resolution Fund .............. .................... -26 -373 9,322 18,598 18,251 18,225
Obligations guaranteed by the United States, issued by:
Department of Defense:
Family housing mortgages ....... ...... .. ............. (". ) (") -3 7 7 7
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Federal Housing Administration ............ ........... 37 22 53 295 280 318
Department of the Interior:
Bureau of Land Management ................. ....... ... ...... 13 13 13
Department of Transportation:
Coast Guard:
Family housing mortgages .. .. ........... .........(") (") (")
Obligations not guaranteed by the United States, issued by:
Department of Defense:
Homeowners assistance mortgages ....... ...... ....... (") 1 -2 6 7 7
Independent agencies:
Postal Service .................. ................ ...... ......... ...... ......... 250 250 250
Tennessee Valley Authority .............. .. .......... .... ......... 8,000 ....... 1.380 9,380 9,380

Total agency securities ................................. -1,536 6,256 10,264 23,680 31,471 29,936

....No transactions.
(")Less than $500.000.
Note: Details may not add to totals due to rounding





Table 6. Schedule C (Memorandum)-Federal Agency Borrowing Financed Through the Issue of Public Debt Securities,
March 1990 and Other Periods


Borrowing from the Treasury:
Funds Appropriated to the President:
Guaranty Reserve Fund ..... ...... .......... ...
Housing and Other Credit Guarantee Program, AID ...............
Department of Agriculture:
Commodity Credit Corporation .......... ........ ....
Farmers Home Administration:
Agriculture Credit Insurance Fund .. ... .. .. ....
Rural Development Insurance Fund ..........................
Rural Housing Insurance Fund ......................
Federal Crop Insurance Corporation:
Federal Crop Insurance Corporation Fund .................
Rural Electrification Administration:
Rural Communication Development Fund .................. ...
Rural Electrification and Telephone Revolving Fund .............
Rural Telephone Bank .................. .... ... .........
Department of Commerce:
Federal Ship Financing Fishing Vessels, NOAA ..................
Department of Education:
College Housing and Academic Facilities Fund ..... .............
College Housing Loans ................ ...............
Department of Energy:
Bonneville Power Administration ............ ............
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Housing Programs:
Federal Housing Administration Fund ...... ......... .... .
Housing for the Elderly or Handicapped .. ............ ...
Public and Indian Housing:
Low-Rent Public Housing .......... .... ...........
Department of the Interior:
Bureau of Mines, Helium Fund ... ....... ....
Department of Justice:
Federal Prison Industries, Incorporated ................
Department of Transportation:
Federal Aviation Administration:
Aircraft Purchase Loan Guarantee Program .............
Federal Railroad Administration:
Railroad Rehabilitation and Improvement Financing Fund.........
Settlements of Railroad Litigation ....... ... .. .
Regional Rail Reorganization Program ... ........ ...
Department of the Treasury:
Federal Financing Bank Revolving Fund ..................
Veterans Administration:
Direct Loan Revolving Fund .. ...
Other Independent Agencies:
Export-Import Bank of the United States .......
Federal Emergency Management Agency:
National Insurance Development Fund .... ...
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation:
FSLIC Resolution Fund ... .........
Pennsylvania Avenue Development Corporation:
Land Acquisition and Development Fund ............
Railroad Retirement Board:
Railroad Retirement Account . .
Social Security Equivalent Benefit Account .................. .
Smithsonian Institution:
John F. Kennedy Center Parking Facilities ...
Tennessee Valley Authority ............. ....... .. ......

Total agency borrowing from the Treasury
financed through the Issue of public debt securities .......


35 293 447 473
8 10 58 66


1,556


2,069


20 -3,650
95 -1,165
-2,115


1,374 13,707 14,220


-3,987
-1,270
-2,555


12,595
3,646
6,041


8,925
2,386
3,926


113 113


-213


36
211 -211


-108


50 -60 1,794


425 122 4,451
170 250 6,681

150 200 ....


25
8,078
759



67
921

1,844


4,876
6,851


15,776

8,945
2,481
3,926

113

25
7,865
759


4,876
6,851


252 252


....8 95

1,882 -639


-4,286
89
-89


3
95


3


121,087 118,567


1,730


3


120,448


1,730


123 129


2,128
2,335


213 1.295


35

62

2,128
3,417


2,128
3,630


20 20
150 150


3,362 3,608 8,730 187,163 180,194 183,556


3,362


3,608


- 8,730 187,163 180,194


183,556





Table 6. Schedule C (Memorandum)-Federal Agency Borrowing Financed Through the Issue of Public Debt Securities,
March 1990 and Other Periods-Continued
[i millions]


Borrowing from the Federal Financing Bank:
Funds Appropriated to the President:
Foreign military sales .. .. ..................
Department of Agriculture:
Rural Electrification Administration .......................
Farmers Home Administration:
Agriculture Credit Insurance Fund ........................
Rural Development Insurance Fund .......................
Rural housing Insurance Fund .......................... .
Department of the Navy ......................... .........
Department of Education:
Student Loan Marketing Association .... .... .... ....
Department of Energy ....................................
Department of Health and Human Services, Except Social Security:
Medical Facilities Guarantee and Loan Fund .....................
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Low Rent Housing Loans and Other Expenses ...................
Community Development Grants .............. .........
Department of Interior:
Territorial and International Affairs ........................
Department of Transportation:
Grants to National Railroad Passenger Corporation ..............
General Services Administration:
Federal Buildings Fund ..................................
National Aeronautics and Space Administration:
Space Flight, Control and Data Communications..................
Small Business Administration:
Business Loan and Investment Fund ...................
Independent Agencies:
Export-Import Bank of the United States ........... ... .....
National Credit Union Administration ............... .. .. ...
Postal Service .... ... ...... ........ ............. .
Resolution Trust Corporation .. ................... .... ..
Tennessee Valley Authority ............ .. .. .......... ....
Washington Metropolitan Transit Authority .................. ..

Total borrowing from the Federal Financing Bank ..........


86 -230 -4,365


-2

-1

(")





-16

32
-23

2,556
-540


1,882


-101

1,120
535

-48

-30


10,189 10,044


-73 23,458

655 23,665
25,971
3,675
-38 1,721

4,910


-50

5 -3 168

-45 -42 1,995
-22 -4 283

-1 -1 57

-13 -6 37

-5 -4 378

101 96 995

-94 -72 1,368

27 43 10,984
-29 -7 111
..... 900 6,195
2,556 ........
-2,129 -6 19,762
... .... 177

-644 -4,286 136,099


... No transactions.
Note: This table includes lending by the Federal Financing Bank accomplished by the pur-
chase of agency financial assets, by the acquisition of agency debt securities, and by direct loans
on behalf of an agency. 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.
Note: Details may not add to totals due to rounding.


23,290

23,020
26,136
3,675
1,672

4,880


173

1,951
264

56

24

373

1,096

1,290

10,979
105
6,195

18,173
177

133,573


9,958

23,356

22,545
26,506
3,675
1,672

4,880


173

1,951
262

56

24

373

1,096

1,274

11,011
82
6,195
2,556
17,633
177

135,455


--


--





Table 6. Schedule D-Investments of Federal Government Accounts in Federal Securities, March 1990 and
Other Periods


Federal funds:
Department of Agriculture .............. ....... .
Department of Commerce ... .... .... ....................
Department of Energy ............ .. .... .. .
Department of Health and Human Services ....................
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Federal Housing Administration:
Federal Housing Administration fund:
Public debt securities ... ........... .. ... .........
Government National Mortgage Association:
Management and liquidating functions fund:
Public debt securities ............ ...... .........
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 ... ............ ....
O their ............... ..... ........ ................ .
Department of the Interior:
Public debt securities ................... ........ ..... ...
Agency securities .........................................
Department of Labor .. ... ...... ....................
Department of Transportation .......... ...................
Department of the Treasury .............. .................
Department of Veterans Affairs:
Veterans reopened insurance fund .. ................ ... ....
Canteen Service Revolving Fund ..............................
Guaranty and Indemnity Fund ................... .. ...........
Independent agencies:
Export-Import Bank of the United States ........... .........
Federal Emergency Management Agency:
National insurance development fund .......... .... .......
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation:
Bank Insurance Fund ...... .................... ......
FSLIC Resolution Fund:
Public debt securities ................. .................
Agency securities .......................
Savings Association Insurance Fund ....... .... ..........
Postal Service .................. .... ........ ........
National Credit Union Administration ...........................
O their ......................... .... .................. ....
Total public debt securities ............. ................
Total agency securities ......... ... ............ ....

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


2 219 -180 6,092


3


3
8


(**) 32

86 84

269 511
26 151
89 -204

-4 16
1 2
8 19

-271 -67


-1,604

10

4
-625
-10
-574


-2.350

-1,446

106
750
85
6,222


30


65
19






20


10
14
2,345
18



6,309


9
13
2,322
16


3
65

1,596
72


76


49 1.077

136 918
15 536
-1,016 1,179

16 655
4 40


1,075

1,160
661
887


1,161

1,428
687
975


6 67 271

47 499 226


.. 2,216

175 1,839


2,569 4,420
38 1,847
182 2,128


383

102
5,794
1,942
8,924


'-135

393

106
5,170
1,932
8,350


-2,624 4,056 2,379 27,355 34,034 31,411
(**) 8 19 138 146 146

-2,624 4,064 2,397 27,492 34,180 31,556


Trust funds:
Legislative Branch:
United States Tax Court ....................
Library of Congress ............... ........
Other ........ ............ .......... .
The Judiciary:
Judicial survivors annuity fund .................


Department of Agriculture ..... ..... ..........
Department of Commerce .... .............. .....
Department of Defense-Military .. ..... ..... ..... ..
Department of Defense-Civil:
Military Retirement Fund ........ ........ ... ...........
O their ...................................


4 21
S (**)
(**) (**)


433 11,491 10,711 53,487 65,411
-6 101 116 985 1,092


. 1


64,978
1,086





Table 6. Schedule D-Investments of Federal Government Accounts In Federal Securities, March 1990 and
Other Periods-Continued


Trust funds-Continued
Department of Health and Human Services:
Federal olo-age and survivors insurance trust fund:
Public debt securities ..... .. ...... ........
Federal disability insurance trust fund .... ....... .......
Federal hospital insurance trust fund:
Public debt securities .. ................ .. ..... ... .... .
Agency securities ...................................
Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund..............
O their ........ .... .... .. ........ .......... ......
Department of the Interior:
Public debt securities .. .. ............. .......... .
Agency securities ....................... ............. ..

Department of Labor:
Unemployment trust fund .. ....... ....................
O their ................................. .... ... .. .....
Department of State:
Foreign service retirement and disability fund ....................
Other ..................... .......... .. ...............

Department of Transportation:
Airport and airway trust fund .................. ..................
Highway trust fund ......... .... .........................
O tner ............................... ............... .

Department of the Treasury .. ...... .............
Department of Veterans Affairs:
Government life insurance fund ..........................
National service life insurance:
Public debt securities ..................... ................
Veterans special life insurance fund ............................
General Post Fund National Homes ............................
Environmental Protection Agency ....... ........ ...............
National Aeronautics and Space Administration ....................
Office of Personnel Management:
Civil service retirement and disability fund:
Public debt securities ................ ............ ..........
Employees health benefits fund .............................
Employees life insurance fund ........................
Retired employees health benefits fund .......................
Independent agencies:
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation ........................
Harry S. Truman Memorial Scholarship Trust Fund .............
Japan-United States Friendship Commission .....................
Railroad Retirement Board .. ...............................
O their .............. .................. ...............

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

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

Grand total .............................. ... ...............

'Agency reporting error to be corrected in future issue.
... No transacions.
(").Les than $500,00


5,483 19,700 21,611
530 498 160

855 4,996 8,207

-438 2,191 3,740
56 123 56

24 27 -31
143


-1,925
-5

-16



-79
-18
8

-18

-3

-84
-6

34



-1,558
167
11
(")


2
1 -1
15 311
("*) -1

2,600 41,933


2,600 41,933

-24 45,997


2.175
-3

204



1,116
2,406
26

15

-9

128
30
2
427
16


904
866
468


1,116
2
-1
157
13

54,657
143

54,800

57,197


148.565
8.428

82,914

11,928
199

206



44,994
33

4,372
("*)


12,913
15,978
495

148

182

10,694
1,233
28
2,151
15


214,589
3,422
9,681
1

12,800
47
17
8,589
76

649.350


649,350

676,842


162,782
8,396

87,055

14,556
267

209



44,927
43

4.593



13,962
17,048
522

168

176

10,893
1,268
30
2,313
15


216,994
3,782
10,146
1

12,800
49
15
8,884
76

688.683


688,683

722,863


Note: Investments are in public debt securities unless otherwise noted.
Note: Details may not add to totals due to rounding.


168,265
8,926

87,910

14.118
322

233



43,003
39

4,577



13,883
17,030
529

150

173

10,809
1.263
30
2,347
15


215,437
3,949
10,157
1

12,800
49
16
8.899
76

691,283


691,283

722,839


.+





Table 7. Receipts and Outlays of the U.S. Government by Month, Fiscal Year 1990
[S millions]

Fiscal Com-
Classification Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. March April May June July Aug. Sept. a Perabi
Date Period
Date Prior
FDate .Y.


Receipts
Individual income taxes ..........
Corporation income taxes .........
Social insurance taxes and
contributions:
Employment taxes and
contributions ................
Unemployment insurance........
Other retirement contributions ....
Excise taxes ....................
Estate and gift taxes ............
Customs duties ...............
Miscellaneous receipts ............

Total-budget receipts this year ..

(On-budget) ..................

(Off-budget) ..................

Total-budget receipts prior year ....

(On-budget) ....................

(Off-budget) ................... .

Outlays
Legislative Branch ........ ...
The Judiciary .. ...........
Executive Office of the President ...
Funds Appropriated to the President:
International security assistance ..
International development assistance
Other ......................
Department of Agriculture:
Foreign assistance, special export
programs and Commodity Credit
Corporation ..................
O their ......................
Department of Commerce .........
Department of Defense:
Military:
Department of the Army.......
Department of the Navy .......
Department of the Air Force....
Defense agencies ..........

Total Military ...........

C ivil ............. .
Department of Education .........
Department of Energy ............
Department of Health and Human
Services, except Social Security:
Public Health Service...........
Health Care Financing
Administration:
Grants to States for Medicaid
Federal hospital ins. trust fund
Federal supp. med. ins, trust
fund .................. ......
Federal supp. med. ins.
catastrophic coverage .......
O their ................... ...
Social Security Administration ....
Family Support Administration....
Human Development Service ....
O their ........................
Department of Health and Human
Services, Social Security:
Federal old-age and survivors ins.
trust fund ..................
Federal disability ins. trust
fund ... ........... ......
O their ................... ...


35,493 34,448 37,385 56,044
729 2,385 18,878 3,118


23,100
859
350
2,970
835
1,493
2,598


24,303
2,088
401
2,939
693
1,421
2,535


25,266
161
378
2,763
850
1,293
2,156


31,767
742
354
2,624
805
1,440
2,644


28,830
1,231



26,473
2,230
352
2,260
664
1,228
1,902


13,174
12,655



32,376
173
413
2,814
769
1,397
1,050


205,373 190,608
38,997 42,362


163,284
6,252
2,248
16,371
4,615
8,271
12,884


158.492
6.881
2,252
17,283
3,996
7,881
11,211


68,426 71,213 89,130 99,538 65,170 64,819 458,295 ......

50,122 51,989 69,052 74,243 44,133 38,989 328,529 ......

18,304 19,223 20,077 25,295 21,037 25,829 129,766 ......

63,582 64.320 93,655 89,306 61,897 68,205 ...... 440,965

45,783 46.935 74,541 65,187 38,392 44,606 ...... 315,445

17,799 17,385 19,114 24,119 23.505 23,598 ...... 125,520


149 163 168 205 160 354 1,200 1,007
80 117 108 202 177 104 788 673
13 12 11 16 8 10 69 65

1,719 238 696 739 356 632 4,380 -863
540 81 157 400 166 218 1,561 1,474
-434 -26 -131 -64 324 208 -124 615



366 1,941 1,379 1,235 583 1,654 7,158 11,791
3,455 3,225 2,173 2,527 2,715 3,404 17,499 16,735
233 311 223 242 195 325 1,529 1,330


5,232 6,772 7,933 5,038 6,130 8,131 39,236 39,899
6,301 8,093 9,327 7,469 8,068 9,534 48,791 50,675
6,324 8,036 8,692 6,845 8,235 9,096 47,229 47,991
1,295 1,686 1,796 1,785 1,724 1,930 10,216 9,475

19,152 24,586 27,749 21,137 24,157 28,691 145,472 148,040


2,066
2,259
1.048


1,1891 923


3.128
5,215

3,368

-1
2.634
-214
1,124
501
-3,594



17,549

1,940
368


3,259
5,158

3,498

45
2,302
1,177
1,070
420
-3,576



17,755

2,021
-25


2,037
2,037
1,183


1,194


2,917
5,314

3,326

7
3,739
2,193
1,298
525
-4,583



17,930

2,021
-40


2,069
2,137
781


2,050
2,116
893


2,121
2,018
1.079


9841 1,0811 1,321


3,367
5,357

3,497


2,841
1,501
1.528
811
-3.733



18,244

2,085
-1,310


3.171
5,517

3,108


2,729
1,395
1,473
764
-3,700



18,639

2,074
-206


3,280
5,905

3,594


3,143
2,394
1,254
566
-4,055



18,418

2,080
-163


12,348
12,524
6,259


6,691


19,122
32.467

20,392

51
17,387
8,446
7,747
3.587
-23,241



108,536

12,220
-1,377


11,635
11,526
6,181


6,209


16,518
27,849

17.907

36
16,789
9,155
7,314
3,149
-22,143



102,093

11,489
-2,514






Table 7. Receipts and Outlays of the U.S. Government by Month, Fiscal Year 1990-Continued


[i millions]

Fiscal Cone
Year parable
Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb March April May June July Aug Sept Year Period
ToDa
Dte Prior
SDate
FY


Outlays-Continued
Department of Housing and Urban
Development
Deparment of met Interor
Department of Justce
Department of Latbor
Unemployment Irust fund
Other
Department of State ..........
Department of Transportation:
Hig'll a Irust fund ........ ...
Other .. ..
Department of te Treasury:
Interest on mte public debt.......
Other .. .
Department of Veterans Affairs:
Compensation and pensions ...
National sermce life ..........
United States government life ....
Other
Environmental Protection Agency ...
General Services Administration ....
National Aeronautics and Space
Administration ..................
Office of Personnel Management ...
Small Business Administration .....
Independent agencies:
Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.:
Bank Insurance Funds ........
FSLIC Resolution Fund ......
Savings Association Fund .....
Postal Service:
Public Enterprise Funds (Off
Budget) ................. .
Payment to the Postal Service
Fund ......................
Resolution Trust Corporation.....
Tennessee Valley Authority ..
Other independent agencies ....
Undistributed offsetting receipts:
Employer share, employee
retirement .
Interest received by trust funds...
Rents and royalties on Outer
Continental Shelf lands ........
Other .............. .... .

Totals this year:
Total outla .................

(On-budget) ................

(Off-budget)................

Total-urplu (+) or deficit (-)..

(On-budget) .................

(Off-budget) ..................

Total-outlays prior year.........

(On-budget) ...................

(Off-budget)...................

Total-surplus + or deficit (-)
prior year ............ .......

IOn.budel .. ................

IOff-budget


1 '3' I 7114 8461 1 530 586 1 639,
652 615. 5.19 42 3531 566
4941 629 664 491. 519. 4"'3

1 266' 1 416 1 488. '085 1 924 2 141i
283 104 586 122 26. 254,
356 365 387 261' 360 316

1 574 1,259 1.210 93- 911 918
1 039 1,234 229 1.415 1,116 1,125

16460, 20,202 40,998 16 -53 17,315 17,539
- 1 651 -741 -338 1 438 443 677

56 1.256 2.465 711 1.352 2,580
60 52' 64, 69i 72 91
2 2 3, 2 2 3
1 34 1 301 120, 9351 1,163 1,169
369 376 442 415 352 438
1 268 -866 9 121 388

1,1261 976 1.065 04 923 1,087
2 655 2,324 2 540 2825 2,516 2,846
170 -6 -2 34I 55 62


'1,370
452
-7


-924 -225

6 113
964 -3,075
32. -67.
1.6881 1,3971


-2,297
-25,207

27


-2,549
-345

-418


-895 187
510 1.014
(*") -5


-307 785


S346i 4.518
S62 -3
1,282 1,457


-2,416
-213

-21


1,128 -204
3,308 9,143
-7 3 ._ .


-14 991
-30,119

- 284:


-895

218

31
7,245


-15,655
-24,574

-1,362


-53 15 3 1 -12 41 -38


94,428 100,958 103,903 91,271 100,434 118,155 609,150 ......

74.641 81.055 92.306 72.956 80.872 97.631 499.460

19.787 19.904 11.598 18.315 19.563, 20.524 109.690

-26.002 -29.746 14.774 8.267 35.264 53.3361 150854

-24.518 29.065 23.253 1.286 -36.7381 58.642 -170.9311..

-1.483 -680 -8.480 6.980 1.474 5306 j -20.076 .

,, *' ,,I V.s J1J ,il< li, ., ":,r'i ,v ",',Vi ,"' ] I (4, iv






2- '' ). '- 2 13. / I JS.' .' .'' '- .

-27,922- 28385 -7,583 3,662 -33.21 -40,349 ..... -151,118


'includes a adiustmenl of $1 2 billion that reflects Bank Insurance Fund notes issued in
January DuT included as outta V5 n February The January outlay and deficit figures have been
icreesea and coresoonangcr, ine February outlay and deficit figures decreased by $1 2 billion.


No transactions.
(")Less than 500,000,
Note Details may not add to totals due to rounding.


Classlficallon


10052 9890
3 133 2658
3269 2 884

10 320 8591
1 613 2044
2,045 905

6,809 6,426
7,157 6,621

129,266 116,984
-3048 -3,435

7 7811 8,155
4071 379
161 17
7 062 6,755
2,392 2,272
97 -279

6,080 5,450
15706 14,053
3131 57


*49 A uil I ,.il ..t 1


- ..' >.b?





Table 8. Trust Fund Impact on Budget Results and Investment Holdings as of March 31, 1990


Trust receipts, outlays, and Investments held:
Airport ....................... ...... 240 300 -60 2,731 1,744 987 12,913 13,962
Black lung disability .. ................. 71 55 16 343 306 38 .... ...
FDIC ..................... .............. ..... ........ .... ...... ( ) (*) 12,800 12,800
Federal disability insurance ............... 2,546 2,080 466 12,711 12,220 491 8,428 8,396
Federal employees life and health ......... ...... -171 171 ...... -972 972 13,104 13,928
Federal employees retirement ............. 858 2,773 -1,915 16,304 15,583 721 219,106 221,737
Federal hospital insurance ............... 6,891 5,905 985 37,085 32,467 4,618 82,914 87,055
Federal old-age and survivors insurance .... 24,042 18,418 5,624 128,344 108,536 19,808 148,565 162,782
Federal supplementary medical insurance... 3,646 3,594 52 22,993 20,392 2,601 10,365 12,579
FSMI catastrophic coverage .............. ...... ...... .. .... 407 51 356 1,033 1,388
Highways ............................. 1,072 1,022 50 7,917 7,344 573 15,978 17,048
Military advances ....................... 722 799 -78 4,223 4,277 -54 ...... .
Railroad retirement ...................... 369 583 -214 2,419 3,483 -1,064 8,589 8,884
Military retirement ...................... 1,351 1,808 -457 22,047 10,588 11,459 53,487 65,411
Unemployment ......................... 87 2,141 -2,054 8,266 10,320 -2,053 44,994 44,927
Veterans life insurance .................. 39 137 -98 726 593 133 12,109 12,338
All other trust .......................... 402 477 75 2,228 1,668 560 4,965 5,446

Total trust fund receipts and outlays and
Investments held from Table 6-D..... 42,335 39,921 2,414 268,743 228,598 40,145 649,350 688,683


Less interfund transactions .............. 6,013 6,013 ..


75,209 75,209 ......


Trust fund receipts and outlays on the basis
of tables 4 & 5 ......................... 36,322 33,908 2,414 193,534 153,389 40,145

Total federal fund receipts and outlay..... 30,328 86,078 -55,750 275,742 466,741 -190,999


Less interfund transactions ...............


41 41 ......


18 18


Federal fund receipts & outlays on the basis
of tables 4 & 5 ......................... 30,288 86,038 -55,750 275,723 466,723 -190,999


Less offsetting proprietary receipts......... 1,791 1,791 ...... 10,961 10,961 ......

Net budget receipts & outlays ............. 64,819 118,155 -53,336 458,295 609,150 -150,854


13,883

12,800
8,926
14,107
220,164
87,910
168,265
12,141
1,388
17,030

8,899
64,978
43,003
12,245
5,543


691,283


....No transactions, securities. They have no net effect on overall budget receipts and outlays since the receipts side
(*)Less than $500,000. of such transactions is offset against budget outlays. In this table, interfund receipts are shown
Note: Interfund receipts and outlays are transactions between Federal funds and trust funds as an adjustment to arrive at total receipts and outlays of trust funds respectively.
such as Federal payments and contributions, and interest and profits on investments in Federal Note: Details may not add to totals due to rounding.





Table 9. Summary of Receipts by Source, and Outlays by Function of the U.S. Government, March 1990
and Other Periods
[S millions]

Caficaton This Month Fiscal Year Comparable Period
Th onth To Date Prior Fiscal Year


RECEIPTS
Individual income taxes ...... ............ ........... 13,174 205,373 190,608
Corporation income taxes ............................... 12,655 38,997 42,362
Social insurance taxes and contributions:
Employment taxes and contributions ...................... 32,376 163,284 158,492
Unemployment insurance ................................ 173 6,252 6,881
Other retirement contributions ........................... 413 2,248 2,252
Excise taxes .......................................... 2,814 16,371 17,283
Estate and gift taxes ................................... 769 4,615 3,996
Customs ........................ .. .................... 1,397 8,271 7,881
Miscellaneous ......................................... 1,050 12,884 11,211

Total .......................................... 64,819 458,295 440,965

NET OUTLAYS
National defense......................................... 29,516 150,096 152,376
International affairs ............. ...................... 1,568 7,879 3,901
General science, space, and technology .................... 1,244 7,066 6,285
Energy ..................... ........................ 486 1,794 2,476
Natural resources and environment ........................ 1,200 8,724 8,394
Agriculture................................................. 1,875 7,904 12,447
Commerce and housing credit ............................. 7,328 16,711 11,284
Transportation .................. ................. 2,103 14,326 13,548
Community and regional development ...................... 797 4,959 2,827
Education, training, employment and social services .......... 3,135 19,649 18,064
Health ....................................... ........ 4,809 27,053 23,508
Medicare .............................................. 8,534 46,855 40,240
Income security ........................................ 16,069 76,064 69,655
Social security .......................................... 20,498 120,299 113,091
Veterans benefits and services ............................ 3,857 15,345 15,346
Administration of justice .................................. 738 4,949 4,366
General government .................................... 984 5,464 5,043
Interest ....... ............. ...................... 15,853 90,288 83,560
Undistributed offsetting receipts ........................ -2,437 -16,275 -17,017

Total .......................................... 118,155 609,150 569,394


Note: Details may not add to totals due to rounding.


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Explanatory Notes


1. Flow of Data Into Monthly Treasury Statement
The Monthly Treasury Statement (MTS) is assembled from data in the
central accounting system. The major sources of data include monthly
accounting reports by Federal entities and disbursing officers, and daily
reports from the Federal Reserve banks. These reports detail account-
ing transactions affecting receipts and outlays of the Federal Government
and off-budget Federal entities, and their related effect on the assets and
liabilities of the U.S. Government. Information is presented in the MTS
on a modified cash basis.

2. Notes on Receipts
Receipts included in the report are classified into the following major
categories: (1) budget receipts and (2) offsetting collections (also called
applicable receipts). Budget receipts are collections from the public that
result from the exercise of the Government's sovereign or governmental
powers, excluding receipts offset against outlays. These collections, also
called governmental receipts, consist mainly of tax receipts (including
social insurance taxes), receipts from court fines, certain licenses, and
deposits of earnings by the Federal Reserve System. Refunds of receipts
are treated as deductions from gross receipts.
Offsetting collections are from other Government accounts or the public
that are of a business-type or market-oriented nature. They are classified
into two major categories: (1) offsetting collections credited to appropria-
tions or fund accounts, and (2) offsetting receipts (i.e., amounts deposited
in receipt accounts). Collections credited to appropriation or fund accounts
normally can be used without appropriation action by Congress. These
occur in two instances: (1) when authorized by law, amounts collected
for materials or services are treated as reimbursements to appropriations
and (2) in the three types of revolving funds (public enterprise, intragovern-
mental, and trust); collections are netted against spending, and outlays
are reported as the net amount.
Offsetting receipts in receipt accounts cannot be used without being
appropriated. They are subdivided into two categories: (1) proprietary
receipts-these collections are from the public and they are offset against
outlays by agency and by function, and (2) intragovernmental funds-
these are payments into receipt accounts from Governmental appropria-
tion or fund accounts. They finance operations within and between Govern-
ment agencies and are credited with collections from other Government
accounts. The transactions may be intrabudgetary when the payment and
receipt both occur within the budget or from receipts from off-budget
Federal entities in those cases where payment is made by a Federal en-
tity whose budget authority and outlays are excluded from the budget
totals.
Intrabudgetary transactions are subdivided into three categories:
(1) interfund transactions, where the payments are from one fund group
(either Federal funds or trust funds) to a receipt account in the other fund
group; (2) Federal intrafund transactions, where the payments and receipts
both occur within the Federal fund group; and (3) trust intrafund transac-
tions, where the payments and receipts both occur within the trust fund
group.
Offsetting receipts are generally deducted from budget authority and
outlays by function, by subfunction, or by agency. There are four types
of receipts, however, that are deducted from budget totals as undistributed
offsetting receipts. They are: (1) agencies' payments (including payments
by off-budget Federal entities) as employers into employees retirement
funds, (2) interest received by trust funds, (3) rents and royalties on the
Outer Continental Shelf lands, and (4) other interest (i.e., interest collected
on Outer Continental Shelf money in deposit funds when such money
is transferred into the budget).

3. Notes on Outlays
Outlays are generally accounted for on the basis of checks issued by
Government disbursing officers, and cash payments made. Certain in-


tragovernmental outlays do not require issuance of checks. An example
would be charges made against appropriations representing a part of
employees' salaries which are withheld for individual income taxes, and
for savings bond allotments. Outlays are stated net of offsetting collec-
tions and refunds representing reimbursements as authorized by law,
refunds of money previously expended, and receipts of revolving and
management funds. Interest on the public debt (public issues) is recog-
nized on the accrual basis. Outlays of off-budget Federal entities are ex-
cluded from budget outlay totals.

4. Processing
The data on payments and collections are reported by account sym-
bol into the central accounting system. In turn, the data are extracted from
this system for use in the preparation of the MTS.
There are two major checks which are conducted to assure the con-
sistency of the data reported:
1. Verification of payment data. The monthly payment activity reported
by Federal entities on their Statements of Transactions is compared to
the payment activity of Federal entities as reported by disbursing officers.
2. Verification of collection data. Reported collections appearing on
Statements of Transactions are compared to deposits as reported by
Federal Reserve banks.


5. Other Sources of Information About Federal Government
Financial Activities

A Glossary of Terms Used in the Federal Budget Process, March 1981
(Available from the U.S. General Accounting Office, Gaithersburg,
Md. 20760). This glossary provides a basic reference document of stan-
dardized definitions of terms used by the Federal Government in the
budgetmaking process.

Daily Treasury Statement (Available from GPO, Washington,
D.C. 20402, on a subscription basis only). The Daily Treasury Statement
is published each working day of the Federal Government and provides
data on the cash and debt operations of the Treasury.

Monthly Statement of the Public Debt of the United States (Available
from GPO, Washington, D.C. 20402 on a subscription basis only). This
publication provides detailed information concerning the public debt.

Treasury Bulletin (Available from GPO, Washington, D.C. 20402,
by subscription or single copy). Quarterly. Contains a mix of narrative,
tables, and charts on Treasury issues, Federal financial operations, in-
ternational statistics, and special reports.

Annual Budget Publications (Available from GPO, Washington,
D.C. 20402). There are five annual publications which provide informa-
tion concerning the budget:

-The Budget of the United States Government, FY 19
-Appendix, The Budget of the United States Government, FY 19_
-The United States Budget in Brief, FY 19
-Special Analyses
-Historical Tables

United States Government Annual Report and Appendix (Available
from Financial Management Service, U.S. Department of the Treasury,
Washington, D.C. 20226). This annual report presents budgetary results
at the summary level. The appendix presents the individual receipt and
appropriation accounts at the detail level.
















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