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Monthly Treasury Statement of


Receipts and Outlays of the United States Go'

for period from October 1, 1979 through June 30,1980

TABLE 1-TOTALS OF BUDGET RESULTS AND FINANCING (In millions)


Budget Receipts and Outlays


Means of Financing


Period


Current month (June 1980)...................
Actual 1980 (nine months) ...................

Comparative data:
Actual 1979 (nine months) .................
Actual 1979 (full year)....................
Estimated 1980' ............................
Estimated 1981'............................


Budget
Nei Net Surplus W.I
Receipts Outlays or
I |Deficit (-

159,055 1 $46,702 -112,353
384,900 428,558 i -43,658


346,032
465.940
517,892
604,026


368,842
493,221
578,774
633,791


-22,810
-27,281
-60,882
-29.766


By
Borrowing
from the
Public

-34.615
43.407

21,292
33,641
64,700
50,800


By Reduction
of Cash
and Monetary
Assets
Increase (-I


-'7,135
4,893

-633
-408
10,103
..........


By
Other
Means


-2604
-4,643

2,152
-5.951
-13 921
-21.034


Total
Budget
Financing


-12.353
43.658

22.810
27.281
60.882
29.766


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


Actual
Classification This Month


NET RECEIPTS
Individual income taxes.......................... ............ 27,791
Corporation income taxes ............................ ........ 15.804
Social insurance taxes and contributions:
Employment taxes and contributions .......... .... .......... 10,097
Unemployment insurance ......................... ....... .. 177
Contributions for other insurance and retirement............... 519
Excise taxes ................................................. 2,497
Estate and gift taxes .......................... ............... I 502
Custom s duties.................................... .......... i611
Miscellaneous receipts........................................ .1,057.

Total................... ..... ........................ .... 59,055

NET OUTLAYS


Actual
This Fiscal
Year to Date


Actual
Comparable
Prior Period


? 177,834
52,212
102,848
11,385
4.855
16.241
4.561
5,289
9.675

384.900


1160.199
52,656
87.330
11.181
4,542
13,928
3,980
5.544
6,672

346,032


Budget
Estimates
Full Fiscal Year




?240.713
65,481
138.325
15.463
6.724
25.379
6 100
7.050
12.657

517,892


Legislative Branch........................ ................. .
The Judiciary ................................................
Executive Office of the President............................. .
Funds Appropriated to the President:
International security assistance ................ ..... .. .
International development assistance..................... ..
O their ........................ .................... .........
Department of Agriculture......................... ...........
Department of Commerce .................... .............. .
Department of Defense Military........................ ....
Department of Defense Civil.................................
Department of Education'..................................
Department of Energy......................................
Department of Health and Human Services' ......................
Department of Housing and Urban Development...................
Department of the Interior ...................................
Departm ent of Justice........................................
Department of Labor............ ..........................
Department of State................................ .........
Department of Transportation.............................. ....
Department of the Treasury:
General revenue sharing................................. ..
Interest on the public debt ..................................
Other .... ..................................... .........
Environmental Protection Agency..................... .........
National Aeronautics and Space Administration..................
Veterans Administration ............................ ........
Other Independent agencies...................................
Allowances, undistributed ..................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts:
Federal employer contributions to retirement funds .. .........
Interest on certain Government accounts ......................
Rents and royalties on the Outer Continental Shelf lands.. .....

T total ....................................................

Surplus (+) or deficit (-)....................................., .

See footnotes on page 3.


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50
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54
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340
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268
1,143
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366
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2,555
86
1,671

| 10.678
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445
452
630
3,119

-453
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-171

46,702

-12,353


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


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424
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2.739
1.200
1.412
20,646
2,846
98,654
2,381
9.807
4,460
142,091
9.433
3.327
2.009
20,030
1,439
13.777

5.119
58,093
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4,182
3.615
16,022
26.506

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428.558
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3.260
84,857
1.959
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125.553
6,663
3.023
1.906
16,458
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3,459
3.047
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1.987
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3.768
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TABLE IV--MEANS OF FINANCING (In thousands) 23

Net Transactions
Classification (-) denotes net reduction of either Account Balances
liability or asset accounts Current Fiscal Year
(Assets and Liabilities
Directly Related to the Budget) Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of Close of
This Month This Month
This Year Prior Year This Year This Month


LIABILITY ACCOUNTS
Borrowing from the public:
Public debt securities, issued under general financial
authorities:
Obligations of the United States, issued by:
United States Treasury.............................
Federal Financing Bank ............................
Total public debt securities .......................
Agency securities, issued under special financing
authorities (See Schedule B. For other agency
borrowing, see Schedule C.)...........................
Total federal securities ..........................
Deduct:
Federal securities held as investments of
government accounts (See Schedule D)...............

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

Accrued interest payable to the public......................
Deposit funds:
Allocations of special drawing rights ....................
Other .................................................
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...........................................
Gold tranche drawing rights:
U. S. subscription to International Monetary Fund:
Direct quota payments..............................
Maintenance of value adjustments....................
Other demand liabilities issued to IMF.................
Receivable/Payable (-) for U.S. currency valuation
adjustment.........................................
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 financing [Financing of deficit (+) or
disposition of surplus (-)|................................

See footnotes on page 3.


-$302,797 151,094,717


!33,368,430


8826,519,087 2877,916,601
101 10


$877,613,804
10


-302,797 51,094,717 33,368,430 826,519,097 877,916,611 877,613,814


-103,265 -464,117 -1,546,970 7,231,770 6,870,918 6,767,653
-406,061 50,630,601 31,821,459 833,750,867 884,787,529 884,381,467


4,208,503 7,223,164 10,529,285 189,161,534 192,176,196 196,384,698


-4,614,564 43,407,436, 21,292,174
566,817 131,693 1,510,494

52,708 1,178,681 1,151,571
26,026 452,220 -522,150

-5,759,355 -2,685,932 5,908,455

-9,728,368 42,484,099, 29,340,543


644,589,333!
8,154,582

4,174,771
4,342,031

8,646,702

669,907,419


-1,324,333 -3,289,960 -13,357,612 6,489,007
4,754,246 -6,793,700 8,398,718 17,686,990j
3,429,913 -10,083,660: -4,958,894 24,175,997

37,233 1,056,451 -271,581 2,725,2281
-50,000 -1,218,000, -500,000 -1,800,000
-12,767 -161,549 -771,581 925,228


109,596
-155,209
72,193
26,579

200,512
-71,259
3,572,978
-1,291,849
2,281,129
-12,009,497


200,688
-266,209
-14,683

-80,204

200,512,
1,669,7091
-8,455,1921
-422,515

1 -8,877,707'
51,361,806
! *51,361,806


-343 ,346 -7,703,424

-12,352,843 -43,658,382
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692,611,333 687,996,769
7,719,459 8,286,276


5,300,744
4,768,226

11,720,124

722,119.885
-_ -


5,353,452
4,794,252

5,960,769

712,391,517


4,523,380 3,199,047
6,139,044 10,893,290
10,662,424 14,092,337

3,744,446: 3,781,679
-2,968,000 -3,018,000
776,446 763.679


........... 8,810,156 8,810,156
84,259 2,120,603 2,211,696
-2,552,984 -9,423,243 -9,534,243
170,854 -208,178 -295,054

-2.297,872 1,299,3381 1,192,555

-706,304 ........... ...........
9,368,099 5,690,273 7,431,241
633,448 32,090,836 20,062,666
230,691 6,110,205 6,979,539
864,139 38,201,041 27,042,205
-28,476,404 -631,706.378 -695,077,681

-5,666,022 ........... -7,360,078
22.. . .-6...... .7...,
22,810,383 *631.706,3781 687.717,603


8,810,156
2.321,291
-9,689,453

-222,861
1,219,134

200,512
7,359,982
23,635,644
5.687,690

29,323,334
-683,068,183

-7.703,424

675,364.760






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


Cl.a'- Iln aL t1n1


lc-.\k.. .e s .f li.bliltiL- beg inimii., .i pjirid.
Bas.ed on LI',lipus.liiiul jl unified budget in pre.cedling period.
Adju tIILLtiL. durinIII LUl tiii i (I' .La yVt.ar fur chAli s's in
ip lls.) l irt ( unified bull -l ......................... .

K.MX LtZ- I1 li.ibilitiC's bligiigiiin ,.i ptr'i..d currenti ba ,is ) ......

Rud1 ,.'tl *LIuiJilLu. J-1 I t dri 'i'l
B. Citi' l tn '.lInp-_1blIii of uiniit'd budgtt in priur fin a'l yeai .

Budget surplus (-1 ,r delcit (Table 1) ................... .

Tr'aniacti'n, s nit applied tI current year'b surplus or deficit:
St' L: II lll . . . . . .
Inc reonent on gold . . . . .
Proceeds from current '. . . . .
Pr fit on sale if g ld . . . . .
Net g.iin (-1 luss for U.S. curreCin.cy valuation a.djustment ..
Net gain (-) lhss fur IMF loan valuation adjusLnent .......
Off-budget Federal Agencies.
Federal Financing Bank ..............................
Pension Benefit Guaranty Fund ........................
Pi.Rst.d Scrvice ....................................
Rural electrification and telephone revolving fund .......
Rural Telephone Bank ................................

Total--transactions nut applied to current ,ear's
surplus or deficit.................................

Excess if liabilittle cl-sbe of period .......................


Thib
Month



t695.077.681


695.077,681


I -12.352.843

-12,352,843


-35,324
...........

-11,579


510.922
1,705
-192,796
62,129
8,289

343,346


b83,068,183


Fiscal Year to Date

This Year Priur Year


'631.706.378


631.706,378


43,658,382

43,658.382


-578.396
...........

-926,747
-15,796
...........

10,544,102
8,716
"-1,588,680
143,489
116,734

7,703,424


683,068,183


:595,528,323

...........
595,528,323


22,810,383

22,810,383


-711,996
...........

-1.803,385
-86,128
-78,532

10.160,719
3.350
-2,000,883
123.475
59,403

5,666,022


624,004,728


See footnotes on page 3.


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


Classification



Agency securities, issued under special financing authorities.
Obligations of the United States, issued by:
Export-Import Bank .................................
Obligations guaranteed by the Umnted States, issued by:
Department of Defense:
Family Housing Mortgages .........................
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Federal Housing Administration.....................
Department of Transportation:
Coast Guard:
Family Housing Mortgages .......................
Obligations not guaranteed by the United States, issued by:
Department of Defense:
Homeowners Assistance Mortgages .................
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Government National Mortgage Association ..........
Independent Agencies:
Postal Services...................................
Tennessee Valley Authority ........................

Total agency securities..........................


Thi'


Net it ransactions
(-) denotes net reduction of
liability accounts
-- "
Fiscal Year to Date
SMonth ---


-330,787

-5,089

-7,370


-19




-60,000



-103,265


This Year


-.216,470

-93,0'77

-27,390


-167


-12

-127,000



-464,117


I Account Balances
Current Fiscal Year
BTC
Beginning of


Prior Year This Year This Month



-:-1,180,421 6933,456 p747,773


-99,980

-38,744


-160


-665

-127,000


-100,000

-1,546,970


766,685

551,184


1,423


21

3,004,000

250,000
1,725,000

7,231,770


678,697

531,165


1,275


8

2,937,000

250,000
1,725,000

6,870,918


This Month



3716,986

673,608

523,795


1,256


8

2,877,000

250,000
1,725,000

6,767,653


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TABLE IV--SCHEDULE C (MEMORANDUM)--AGENCY BORROWING FINANCED THROUGH 25
ISSUE OF PUBLIC DEBT SECURITIES (In thousands)

Transactions Account Balances
CTransactions current Fiscal Year

Classification Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of
This Month C Close of
This Year Comparable This Year This Month this Month
Prior Year

Borrowing from the Treasury:
Commodity Credit Corporation.......................... $162,000 $411,410 $3,307,474 $13,926,516 i14,175,926 514,337,926
D.C. Commissioners: Stadium sinking fund, Armory
Board, D.C. ......................................... ... -832 -831 832 ........... ..............
Export-Import Bank of United States..................... -381,700 73,300 ........... 50,000 505,000 123,300
Federal Emergency Management Agency:
National flood insurance fund.......................... 30,000 298,001 68,156 445,555 713,556 743,556
Federal Financing Bank................................ 1,399,551 13,197,319 12,735,967 R64,211,034 76,008,802 77,408,353
Federal Home Loan Bank Board......................... ........... .......... ........... ........... ........... ..............
Federal Housing Administration:
General insurance .................................. ........... .......... ........... 2,156,655 2,156,655 2,156.655
Special risk insurance................................ ........... .......... ........... 1,812,166 1,812,166 1,812,166
General Services Administration:
Pennsylvania Avenue Development Corporation.......... 1,629 -841 8,560 33,938 31,468 33.097
Government National Mortgage Association:
Emergency home purchase assistance fund ............. 53,350 825,850 149,293 1,351,400 2,123,900 2,177,250
Management and liquidating functions .................. -4,000 -4,000 -21,000 14,000 14,000 10,000
Special assistance functions........................... ........... 378,950 12,450 4,221,417 4,600,367 4,600,367
International Communication Agency..................... ........... .......... ........... 22,114 22,114 22,114
Rural Electrification Administration..................... 33,003 142,790 152,326 7,864,742 7,974,529 8,007,532
Rural Telephone Bank.................................. 4,547 87,196 31,717 394,868 477,517 482,064
Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation.......... ........... -2,000 -2,500 112,976 110,976 110.976
Secretary of Agriculture, 'Farmers Home Administration:
Rural housing insurance fund......................... ........... 1,200,000 ........... 1,005,718 2,205,718 2.205,718
Agricultural credit insurance fund..................... ........... .......... 1,074,000 1,850,000 1,850,000 1,850,000
Rural development insurance fund ..................... ........... 60,000 75,000 515,000 575,000 575,000
Secretary of Education:
College housing loans ................................ ........... .......... -123,675 2,687,325 2,687,325 2,687,325
Secretary of Energy:
Bonneville Power Administration....................... ........... .......... ........... 410,000 410,000 410.000
Secretary of Housing and Urban Development:
IHousing for the Elderly and Handicapped ............... 60,000 560,000 330,000 520,170 1,020,170 1.080.170
Low-Rent Public Housing............................. -40,000 ......... ........... ........... 40,000 .............
New communities guaranty:
Title IV.............................................. ........... 3,225 135 3,762 6,987 6,987
Title VII.......................................... 800 28,793 19,685 240,849 268,842 269,642
Urban renewal fund ................................... ........... -50,000 ........... 300,000 250,000 250,000
Secretary of the Interior:
Bureau of Mines, helium fund............................. ........... .......... ........... 251,650 251,650 251,650
Secretary of Transportation:
Rail Service Assistance............................. ........... 15 ........... 100 115 115
Regional Rail Reorganization......................... ........... 276 ........... 2,704 2,980 2,980
Smithsonian Institution:
John F. Kennedy Center parking facilities.............. ........... .......... ........... 20,400 20,400 20,400
Tennessee Valley Authority............................. ........... .......... ........... 150,0000 150,000 150,000
Veterans Administration:
Veterans direct loan program......................... ........... .......... ........... 1,730,078 1,730,078 1,730,078

Total Borrowing from the Treasury .......................... 1.319.180 17.209.452 17.816.757 106.305.969 122.196,241 123.515.421
Borrowing from the Federal Financing Bank:

Export-Import Bank of the United States ................. 709,183 1,604,990 563,000 7,952,887 8,848,694 9,557.877
National Credit Union Administration...................... 12,500 60,582 ........... ........... 48,082 60,582
Postal Service........................................ ........... -67,000 -162,000 1,587,000 1,520,000 1,520,000
Tennessee Valley Authority ............................. 155,000 1,225,000 1,210,000 7,125,000 8,195,000 8,350.000

Total Borrowing from the Federal Financing Bank............... 876.681 2.821.572. 1611.000 16.664.887 I 7.611' 19 488449
Total Agency Borrowing financed through
issuesof Public Debt Securities...................... 2,195,863 20,033,024 19,427,757 122,970,856 140,808,017 143,003,880

Note: Includes only amounts loaned to Federal Agencies in lieu of Agency Debt issuance and excludes Federal Financing Bank purchase of loans made or
guaranteed by Federal Agencies. The Federal Financing Bank borrows from Treasury and issues its own securities and in turn may loan these
funds to Agencies in lieu of Agencies borrowing directly through Treasury or issuing their own securities.
R = Revised







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


eI PpuI. rhases ,-r Saile. (1 Securities Held as Investments
Current Fiscal Year


C I.1 il ii .it i =n


This- Month


DF p|IILi ,'ilt ,1 AL iiCultUh ri
A 6: nt' Il .%-r N LUrn if I .. .. . . .

pai rt nt .I Cou Ii r ... .......... ...... ........... ....

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Ftid...r l 1H.u..ing AdO inis rat.1i n
FedtL' .l ihoul U ing idniii i ti,1'- fund
Public deli 'c( uri s ............ ... ...........
A ri, i'N ',se u riti' t ... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
Gi'l'rn eniii Na ii nal NIM rtil.age Ass,,ci.ltitin
Enta rgi' l iC imiurtlr.ag purchase assistance
A -iac s.ecuritie ....... ...................... .
Sp cial assistance funcliuin fund
lPu lih debt securities ............................
Agency securities ...............................
Management and liquidating functions fund
Agency securitl'q .............. ....... .........
Guairantees of Morila;.tge-Backed Securities
Public debt securities ............................
A .';?ncv securities................................
P.rtlitipaion sales fund
Public debt securities ............................
A,'Irnc securities.. .............................
H,,u- in M.i .age inent
Con-mmiunitV disposal operations fund
A4enc I securities................................
Department of Interior .................................
Departiunent ul Trrian purlr iion ...........................
Department of Uthe Treasury.............................

Veterans Adniunistratiman
Veterans reopened insurance fund ................ ....

Independent Agencies
Emergency Loan Guarantee Board .....................
Export-Impurt Bank Of the United States................
Federal Emergency Management Agency.
N.itunal insurance develupnient fund.................
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation.
Public debt securities ..............................
A genc. securities..................................
National Credit Union Adnministratioun ..................
O the r ...... ... ....... ... ............................

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

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

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

Departm ent of Agriculture ..............................

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

Department of Health and Human Services:
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund:
Public debt securities..............................
Agency securities..................................
FedcraL disability insurance trust fund.................
Federal hospital insurance trust fund:
Public debt securities..............................
Agency securities..................................
Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund.....
Other...............................................


.1,975



35,026
-1.857


Fiscal Y-ear to D.ate

Thu, Year Prior Year
; '1


-:6,000

31.500



57,545
-3.649


943 2.979


...........
-715

-267

9,213
...........

-42,170
...........


...... ...
37,850
988
3,584,690


15,253


-69,670

-2,973
6,507


650
-6,584

-2,409

35.258
18.628

38,389



1,517.720
8.776
-180,033


19,359


........... ..........9,671
........... ..........

........... -19,671


-449,123
-300
24,738
67,074


- 6,000


Beginning of

This Year Thi



'17,215


23.065 i 104.021


SMonth



:11,215

133.546


Close of
This Month




!11,215

135,521


44,478 1.992,302 2,014,821 i 2,049,847
-3,650 187,263 185,471 183,613


1,828 4,570

.......... ............
-7.082 96,613

-3,515 28,592

35,804 121,889
2,727 38,208

78,479 1,379,173
.......... 12,380


..... ..... 388

1,201 18,8001
1,071.985 4.266,116


28,057


.... ... o.
-5,800

20,000

346,412
-6,460
22,390
51,460


437,950


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


62,037

5,482,967
78,215
128,284
444,130


6,607

650
90,744

26,450

147,934
56,837

1,459,732
12,380


388
1,479,870
26,588
501,393

442,056


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


42,366

5,103,514
77,915
155,995
504,697


7,549

650
90,029

26.183

157,147
56,837

1,417.562
12,380


388
1,517,720
27,576
4,086,083

457,309


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

42,366

5,033,844
77,915
153,022
511,204


3,576,688 1,152,181 1.717,531 14,437,669 12,013,162 I 15,589,850
-1,897 2,666 -22,153 463,443 468,006 | 466,109

3,574.791 1,154,847 1,695,378 14,901,112 12,481,167 I 16,055,959


... 50
... 105

90 5,238


-50


267



-2,970,330

674,998

886,450

62,772
359


900

-5
-169



189,092

1,938,578

1,581,511

-284,822
2,083


65
80

5,501

-1,308

-25
-109


-2,842,367

1,083,835

1,034,597

880,234
834


716
1,595

51,145

150

35
3,224


26,773,347
555,000
5,582,621

13,113,539
50,000
4,974,022
2,620


766
1,700

56,293

1,100

30
2,788


29,932,769
555,000
6,846,201

13,808,600
50,000
4,626,428
4,344


766
1,700

56,383

1,050

30
3,055


26,962,439
555,000
7,521,199

14,695,050
50,000
4,689,200
4,703







TABLE IV-SCHEDULE D-INVESTMENTS OF GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTS 27

IN FEDERAL SECURITIES (In thousand)--Continued


Net Purchases or Sales I) Securities Held as Investments
Net purchases or sales (-) Current Fiscal Year

Classification Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of
This Month ------------------Close of
This Year Prior Year This Year This Month This Month


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

Department of Labor:
Unemployment trust fund ............................
Other.............................................

Department of State:
Foreign service retirement and disability fund.........
Other..............................................

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

Department of the Treasury............................

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

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

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

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

Off-budget Federal agencies:
Federal Financing Bank ...............................
Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation...................
Postal Service........................................
Rural electrification and telephone revolving fund ........

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

Total Off-budget Federal agencies................

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


-$11,530


-1,257,191
...........

38,876
-100


255,603
166,479
...........

-8,100


8,572

251,851
...........
20,912
...........


-11,323
-447
15
440


1,620,744
...........
-14,490
-2,370
...........
1,012,494

724,990
...........


$95,497

-384,733
274

42,112
..........


1,141,503
-508,525
10

-25,300


-22,394

192,455
..........
41,194
521


771,854
-1,086
1,820
360


-536,664
..........
-9,188
273,159
-1,265
239.876

4,744,041
..........


$1,430


2.804,013
............

48,746
210


797,844
1,353,004
............

-18,995


-14,711

271,359
......... ii&
35,022
470


1,002,397
690
1,749
-595


-108,201
............
-27,250
217,100
-3,890
443,228

6,914,956
............


$11,601


13,793,113
4,106

492,628
1,140


4,377,426
12,468,657
20

64,825


462,557

7,824,952
135,000
621,135
2,365


9,252,006
4.510
34,854
18,655


63,734,226
275,000
590,095
3,315,132
3,079
3,054,496

170,634,591
1,015,000


8118,627


14,665,571
4,380

495,864
1,240


5,263,326
11,793,653
30

47,625


431,591

7,765,556
135,000
641,417
2,886


10,035,183
3,871
36.659
18,576


61,576,818
275,000
595,397
3,590,661
1,814
2,281,878

174,653.641
1,015,000


2107,097


13,408.380
4,380

534,740
1,140


5,518,929
11,960.132
30

39,525


440,163

8,017,407
135,000
662,329
2,886


10,023,860
3,424
36,674
19,015


63,197.562
275,000
580,907
3,588,291
1,814
3,294,372

175,378,632
1,015,000


724,990 4,744.041 1 6,914,956 171,649,591 175,668,641 176,393,632


11,360 -169,835 69,055 226,300 45,105 56,465
-2,100 -8,850 -3,600 141,925 135,175 133,075
-99,900 1,503,700 1,853,616 2,238,716 3,842,316 3,742,416
-639 -739 -120 3,891 3,791 3,152

-91,279 1,324,276 1,918,951 2.610,832 4,026.387 3,935.108

-91,279 1,324,276 1,918,951 2,610,832 4,026,387 3.935,108


4,208,503


7,223,164


10,529,285, 189,161,534 192,176.196


196.384.698


Note: Investments are in Public Debt Securities unless otherwise noted.







TABLE V--COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS

BY MONTHS OF CURRENT FISCAL YEAR (In millions)


Oil. N..%. D)> Jan. Feb. March April May June


NET RECEIPTS

Individual income taxes ........ 18.-.B2 18.972 20.192 26.856 15.522 :9.056 :31.488 -9 275 t27,791
C.rIr.riI 'rin II m.e taxes ...... 1.476 1.160 10.206 2,237 1.420 9.508 9,171 1,230 15,804
S.. P. I l I .uIr.iIn 1 t taxes and
contributions:
Elipl. 'iliiw t Laxes and
CO.ntrilutiion .................. 8 013 12.259 7.963 9,526 14.824 10.747 13.667 15.752 10.097
Lnenipl.mintnl insuranice...... 840 1,650 204( 675 1,490 208 1.646 4.495 177
Ciontributi -n, for other
insurance and retirement ... 530 524 507 574 543 544 573 540 519
Excise taxes.................. 1 547 1.653 1.658 1 448 1.378 1.289 2.269 2,502 2.497
Estate and gift taxes.......... 526 518 425 509 506 494 459 623 502
Customs duties................ G646 605 595 611 519 584 559 557 611
Msitrll.uir,.us receipts......... 838 977 866 992 1,661 920 1.265 1,098 1,057

Total--receipts this
year ................ 33.099 38,320 42,617 43.429 37.862 33,351 61,097 36.071 59.055

Total-rectits priory-ar ... 1* J IP."' U 69 ?1 i.4 1: 2v : 1- 2SM.'.',x ='4 .'. 1 4 4

NET OUTLAYS

Legislatie Branch............ 89 97 105 111 92 91 113 92 89
The Judiciary................. 56 37 38 68 38 40 39 57 50
Executive Office of the
President......................... 7 6 9 7 9 11 7 7 7
Fund- Appripriated to the
President.
International security
assistance................. 706 862 442 391 447 167 -24 118 -369
International development
assistance................. 97 93 44 136 117 268 228 59 157
Other ...................... 84 -98 -15 1,141 65 52 50 80 54
Department of Agriculture:
Foreign assistance, special
expert programs and
Commodity Credit
Corporation................ 404 727 790 1,561 74 68 468 261 127
Other ...................... 1.307 1.143 2,080 2,225 1.981 1,664 1,433 1,828 2,505
Department of Commerce ...... 346 265 268 269 265 308 364 421 340
Department of Defense: --- -- -
MNilitary
Department of the Armv.... 2.591 2,655 2.551 2,598 2,716 2.793 2,874 2.646 3,039
Department of the Navy .... 3,111 3,191 3,428 3.581 3,468 3,521 3.696 3,762 3,589
Department of Air Force... 2,859 3,181 2,853 3.331 3,223 3.622 3,230 3.467 3.419
Defense agencies.......... 1,619 1,536 1,510 1,445 1.533 1.524 1,557 1.398 1,536

Total Military......... 10.180 10,563 10,343 10,955 10,940 11.460 11,357 11.273 11,582

Civil ....................... 348 300 278 252 218 232 239 246 268
Depnartmnent of duicatnon 7;2 1 ni0 934 1 923 904 1 298 1 367 1 i6A 1 1i3


Department of Energy......... 496 791 793 -578 520 432 639 619 748
Department of Health and
Human Services-
Human Development
Services................... 521 494 523 590 502 454 482 392 375
Health Care Financing
Administration:
Grants to States for
Medicaid ................ 1.211 1.077 1,158 1.354 1,136 953 1,227 1,218 1,123
Federal Hospital Ins.
Trust Fund .............. 1,875 1.836 1.759 2.025 1,854 2,211 2.129 2.203 2,089
Federal Supp. Med. Ins.
Trust Fund .............. 877 829 827 869 910 788 902 895 884
Other .................... 429 567 703 577 553 1,305 591 548 567
Social Security Adm.:
Assis. Pmis. Program .... 585 564 611 721 601 492 601 604 604
Federal Old-Age and
Survivors Insurance
Trust Fund............. 8.085 8.082 8.085 8,100 8.214 8,226 8,247 8,207 9.656
Federal Disa.bility Ins.
Trust Fund .............. 1,200 1.226 1.221 1.226 1,255 1,249 1,247 1,245 1,235
Other .................... 651 1,002 1.426 102 1.079 171 690 1,147 89
Other ...................... 166 60 -743 90 35 -577 188 -14 -1.254


F i Com-
Fia11 parable
July Aug. Sept. Year I Period
To Prior
Date F. Y.
i'


.1177,834 1160,199
52.212 I 52,656


102,848 87.330
11.385 11,181

I 4.855 4,542
1 16,241 'I 13,928
S4,561 3.980
5,289 5,544
______ 9,675 6,672

384.900 .........

....... 346012


880
424
70


2,739

1.200
I 1,412



4,479
16,167
2.846


S24,465
31,346
29,186 '
13,658


807
353

59


963

1,153
272



5,411
12,314
3.260


21,426
27,701
23,898
11,834


j1j 98,654 84,858


I 2,381
9,07
4,460


4.335


10,457

17,980
7,781
5,841

5,381


74.902

11,105
6,358
-2,048 ,


1,959
8,176
5,819


4.271


9,087

15,100
6,484
6,085

4,961


66,222

10,219
6,053
-2,928


C l 1.1 .1 I f I I II I







TABLE V--COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS

BY MONTHS OF CURRENT FISCAL YEAR (In millions)--Continued

F T-F -I-


Classification


OUTLAYS--Continued

Department of Housing
and Urban Development ........
Department of the Interior.......
Department of Justice...........
Department of Labor:
Unemployment trust fund......
Other........................
Department of State.............
Department of Transportation:
Highway trust fund ...........
Other .......................
Department of the Treasury:
Interest on the public debt.....
General revenue sharing ......
Other ......... ..............
Environmental Protection
Agency .......................
National Aeronautics and
Space Administration ..........
Veterans Administration:
Compensation and pensions....
National service life..........
Government service life.......
Other ................ ......
Independent agencies
General Services Admin. .....
Office of Personnel Manage-
m ent .......................
Postal Service ...............
Small Business Administration .
Tennessee Valley Authority....
Other ind. agencies...........
Undistributed offsetting receipts:
Federal employer contributions
to retirement fund...........
Interest credited to certain
accounts.....................
Rents and Royalties on Outer
Continental Shelf Lands ......

Total outlays--this year.....
Total outlays-prnur 'car ........

Surplus (+.) or deficit (-) this


Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Fe


--4-


:1,199
393
255

736
965
255

986
760

4,653
1,715
-132

521

384

889
36
6
875

-166

1,223
1.677
93 i
-209
1,002

-470

-114

-199


!1,548 :363
437 328
229 190

834 1,001
862 1,068
138 139

762 794
786 913

5,330 9,804
1 .-- i
-286 -1,045

452 483

415 328

1,719 1,028
24, 29
4 5
951 715

50 78

1,174 1.293
...... ......
357, 4
208 153
775 1,224

-400 -388

-531 -4,916

-535 -1,258


31,234
385
232

1,473
645
108

733
1,053

5,125
1,690
-1,651

479

417

56
49
7
688

-115

1,184
476
206
1,254


47,807 46,841 44,010


b. March April May

S .. .


-579
303
199

1,412
1,046
186

512
651

5,475
9
-131

427

408

1,801
28
4
939

56

1,127

171
207
935


-359 -401

-10 -210

-798 -334

47,988 47,208


21,113
318
205

1,451
1,030
154

484
841

5,427
1
250

419

416

67
52
6:
618

153

1,220
..""iii

97
1,481


S1,397.
360
262

1,442
1,044
186

543'
990

5.764
1,703
117

482

398

943
79
8
973

-169

1,298
79
187
1,221


-889
437
234

1,391
1,074
185

594
705

5,837

91

474

397

1,.792
50
7
943

53

1,273

149
196
1,600


-390

-274

-181


46,566 51,237 50,198


42.745 19.188 41.510 40870 17.719 4J 725 40 760,


41.618


year ......................... 1 -14,708 -8,522 -1,393 -4,559 -9,346-13,215 -9,860 -14127
Surplus fI or deficit n- prhFa ir ...... ... .999 .*61 -4 032 2 06 5.100' .2 381 .1147$, .33/

See footnotes on page 3.


Year
June July Aug. Sept. I To
Date


46,702


40 687


'12,353


I.) 1 22


21,110
366 I
202

1,768
786
86

866
806

10,678

-778

445

452

61
23
4
542

144

1.365
.......
S 66
191
1,353

-453

-5,280

-171


-43,658


1 I I I


Com-
parable
Period
Prior


i "
-I-

39,433'
3,327
2,009

11,509
8,520
1,439:

6,274
7,503'

58,093-
5,1191
-3,566

4,182:

3,6151

8,357,
371
52
7.243:


11,157
1,677
1, 506
1,237:
10,844

-3,792

-11,646

-3,6021


i 428,5581


' ....... 368.84:


22 810


I I ....... I


36,663
3,023
1,906

8,310
8,149
976

4.698
6,363

46,505
5,133
-1.199

3,459

3,047

8,594
249
50
7,177

29

9,430
1,785
1,218
1,279
6,190

-3,373

-9,641

-2,134


T
i


F Ym






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


Receipt


Trust remcipts, iutlays, and invest-
ments held;
Airport and airway ..............
Black lung disability trust fund .....
Feder.L Depusit Inurance Corp....
Federal disability insurance .......
Federal employees life and health
benefit....................... .
Federal employees retire mnent .....
Federal hospital insurance.........
Federal old-age and survivors
insurance.......................
Federal supplementary medical
Insurance ......................
General Revenue Sharing ..........
Highway .........................
Mihtary assistance advances ......
Railroad retirement ...............
Unenipluyment ...................
Veterans life insurance............
All other trust ...................

Trust fund receipts and uutlays
on the basis of Table III and
investments held from
Table IV-D...................

Interfund receipts offset against
trust fund outlays................

Total trust fund receipts and
outlays .......................

Federal fund receipts and outlays on
the basis of Table M[...............
Interfund receipts offset against
Federal fund outlays .............

Total Federal fund receipts and
outlays .......................

Total interfund receipts and outlays...

Net budget receipts and outlays ......


,13
1

1.65


Current Milnth



h Outlays Excess





6 -:118 :253
9 21 -2
10 -10
5 1.016 639


...... 13
281 -1.432
2.519 1.532


-13
1.713
987


Fiscal Year tu Date


Receipts





:1.402
20,7

12,311


Outlays Excess


:248
206
-769
10.427


....... -218
2,716 3,224
17,195 15,879


5.923 7,505 -1,582 71,681 70,466


238

596


177

8


140

433
-515
409
1.409
-302
70


11.552 10,191


98

163
515
-409
-1,231
302
-61


2,139
6,855
5,080

1,662
11,385

50


2,486
5,119
5,427
501
2,860
10,651
-236
-91


1,361 132,682 126,180


6,310 6,310 ....... 22,625 22,625 .......


17.862 16.501 1,361 155,307 148,805 6,502


47,503 36,511


10,992 259,073 309,233 -50,160


6 6' ....... 118 118 .......


47,509 36,517 I 10,992 259,191 309,351 -50,160

-6.316 -6.316 ....... -29,598 -29.598 .......


59,055 46,702


12,3531 384,900 428,558


-1,154
1
769
1,883

218
-508
1.315


Securities held as Investments
Current Fiscal Year


Beginning of Close of
This Month
This Year This Month


:'4,377

9,252
5,583

3.908
64,502
13,164


1,215 27,328


-346
1,736
-347
-501
-1,199
734
236
141


4,974

12,469

3,054
13,793
9,044
201


!5,263

S10,035
6.846

4,188
62,353
13,859

30,488

4,626

11,794

2,282
14,666
8,974
294


6,502 171,650 175,669


--43,658


$5,519
.......i i. .
10,024
7,521

4,171
64,013
14,745

27,517

4,689

11,960

3,294
13,408
9,255
274


176,394


Note: Interfund receipts and outlays are transactions between Federal funds and trust funds, such as, Federal payments and contributions,
Federal employer contributions, and interest and profits on investments in Federal securities. They have no net effect on overall budget
receipts and outlays since the receipt side of such transactions is offset against budget outlays. In this table, interfund receipts are
shown as an adjustment to arrive at total receipts and outlays of trust funds and Federal funds respectively. Included in total interfund
receipts and outlays are $6, 855 million in Federal funds transferred to trust funds for general revenue sharing.


. ................ -


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

Budget Receipts and Outlays

Classification
This Month Fiscal Year Comparable Period
To Date Prior Fiscal Year

NET RECEIPTS
Individual income taxes ......................................................... :27,790,867 3177,833,950 1860,199,102
Corporation income taxes ....................................................... 15.803,535 52,212,257 52,656,396
Social insurance taxes and contributions:
Employment taxes and contributions ........................................... 10,096,581 102,847,748 87,330,449
Unemployment insurance ..................................................... 177,391 11.385.317 11,181,093
Contributions for other insurance and retirement................................ 519,221 4,854,981 4,541.560
Excise taxes .................................................................. 2,497,405 16,241,004 13,928,066
Estate and gift taxes ........................................................... 501,521 4,561,015 3,979,870
Customs ...................................................................... 611,382 5,288.692 5,543.505
Miscellaneous receipts..................... .................................... 1,057,215 9,674,651 6,671,527
Total ..................................................................... 59,055,119 384,899,616 346,031,569
NET OUTLAYS
National defense ............................................................... 11,884,862 100,879,535 85.529.783
International affairs............................................................. 324,648 7,953,378 4,155,832
General science, space, and technology .......................................... 527,429 4,548,997 3,646,129
Energy ....................................................................... 656,945 4,445,524 6,676,690
Natural resources and environment .............................................. 1,158,569 10.236,598 8,833,859
Agriculture ................................................................... 623,478 5,513,323 7,022,216
Commerce and housing credit ................................................... 923,640 6,693,551 2,396,442
Transportation ................................................................ 1,845,587 15,036,993 12,174,196
Community and regional development ............................................ 965,969 7,519,321 7,096,850
Education, training, employment and social services .............................. 2,559,844 23,807,547 21,098,747
Health ........ ................................................................ 4,948,228 42,942,152 36,764.701
Income security ............................................................... 15,149,681 138,733,317 118,622,497
Veterans benefits and services .................................................. 632,286 16,045,828 16,091,053
Administration of justice ....................................................... 362,806 3,450.516 3,124.251
General government ............................................................ 425,971 3,395,310 3,522,646
General purpose fiscal assistance .............................................. 52,562 6,242,205 6,148,767
Interest........................... .. ......................................... 9,564,642 50,153,840 41,084,293
Undistributed offsetting receipts............................................... -5,904,870 -19,039,938 -15,147,003
Total ..................................................................... 46,702,276 428,557,998 368,841,951


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