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Title:
Monthly Treasury statement of receipts and outlays of the United States government for period from ..
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Final monthly Treasury statement of receipts and outlays of the United States government
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Monthly Treasury statement
Final monthly Treasury statement
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Mon. Treas. statement receipts outlays U.S. gov.
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v. : ; 28 cm.
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English
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United States -- Dept. of the Treasury
United States -- Dept. of the Treasury. -- Financial Management Service
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Final' Monthly Treasury Statement of


'i and Outlays of the United States Government

', or period from October 1, 1976 through September 30,1977

X ";' TAT gL--TOTALS OF BUDGET RESULTS AND FINANCING (In millions)


7." S Budget Receipts and Outlays Means of Financing


Q '* -'E4 .I* Budget By By Reduction
tl Rcep 2 Surplus .) orrowing of Cash O By Total
Receipts Outlays or from the and Monetary Ohr Budge
Deficit (-) Public Assets Means Financing
Increase (-)


Current month (September 1977). ........ 33,642 935,097 -+1,545 810,024 -812,093 $524 -*1,545
Actual 1977 (twelve months) ............ 356,861 401,896 -45,035 53.516 -2,238 -6,243 45,035
Comparative data:
Actual comparable prior period
(twelve months)'3................... 308,608 369,234 -60,626 77,515 -8,944 -7,945 60,626
Estimated 1977' .................... 358,338 404,000 -45,662 '50.8 '5.7 -8.4 '48.1
Estimated 19784 ...................... 401,372 462,882 -61,510 '69.5 ............. '-8.0 '61.5


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

Actual Actual Budget
Classification Actual This Fiscal Comparable Estimates
This Month Year to Date Period Prior Fu Fscal Year
Fiscal Year' FuU Fiscal Year'


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

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

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 ...................................
Department of Commerce....................................
Department of Defense Military............................
Department of Defense Civil ................................
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare .................
Department of Housing and Urban Development.................
Department of the Interior ...................................
Department of Justice .....................................
Department of Labor ........................................
Department of State .......................................
Department of Transportation ................................
Department of the Treasury:
Interest on the public debt ..................................
Antirecession financial assistance fund......................
General Revenue Sharing.................................
Other ....................................................
Energy Research and Development Administration ..............
Environmental Protection Agency.............................
General Services Administration..............................
National Aeronautics and Space Administration.................
Veterans Administration......................................
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 .......
Total ...................................... ... .........
Surplus (#) or deficit (-) .................................

See footnotes on page 3.


$17,327
8,376
7,299
94
434
1,589
454
494
575


1156,725
54,892
92,210
11,312
5,162
17,548
7,327
5,150
6,536


1136,778
40,967
82,512
8,976
4,860
17,101
5,308
4,359
7,748


$158,334
54,602
92,189
11,383
5,180
17,750
7,275
4,991
6,634


36,642 :356,861 308,608 358,338


116
31
5
782
136
205
1,471
346
8,094
272
12,944
480
479
177
1,692
32
1,328
2,978
.................
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670
379
34
324
1,329
1,773
..................


976
392
73
347
1,632
518
16,738
2,607
95,751
2,280
147,455
5,832
3,085
2,350
22,374
1.132
12,514
41,900
1,699
6.760
-798
5,020
4,365
-31
3,944
18,019
20,014

-4,548
-8.131


801
367
73
1,135
1,851
695
13.498
2,077
88,542
2,139
132,410
5,685
2,307
2,226
25,049
1,083
12.042
38,118
..............6303
324
4,091
3,510
-19
3,632
18,226
18.828

-4,302
-7,785
-3,669


1,084
373
84
-398
1.682
67T
16,756
2,971
96,018
2,265
147,564
6,510
3,378
2,442
22,625
1,140
12,539
42,000
1,733
6,766
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4,975
4,535
95
3,883
18,061
20.656
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-8.257
-2.260
404,000
-45,662


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


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TABLE IV--MEANS OF FINANCING (in thousands)

Un Net TrFnsactiuns Accuntl Balances
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liabUily or assets accounts
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ie B M- Th h Th Year Prior Year Thib Yt-ar This Muonth


LIABILITY ACCOUNTS

Borrowing Irom thit public
Public debt securitlci, iubbutd under general
financing julhutrilies
Obligation- of the United States, issued by'
United Statch Treasury............................. .'13.666.133 364.138 743 !81.062.838 634,701,165 S685.173.775 i 3698.839.908
Federal Financing Bank ............................ ...... ..... -55 -8.355 75 20 20


Total public dubl securities ....................... 13.666 133 64.138.688 81,054.483


634.701.240 685.173.795


Agency securities, issued under special financing
authorities (See Schedule B. For other agency
borrowing, see Schedule C. )........................... -13.714

Total federal securities .......................... 13.652.420

Deduct:
Federal secu ities held as investments of
government accounts (See Schedule D)............... 3.628.698,
Total borrowing from the public ............... 10.023.722

Accrued interest payable to the public...................... 813.440

Deposit funds:
Allocations of special drawing rights .................... 3.808
O their ................................................. -167.459

Miscellaneous liability accounts (Includes checks I
outstanding etc.)........................................ 5.037,360

Total liability accounts.......................I 15,710,871

ASSET ACCOUNTS (Deduct)


Cash and monetary assets:
U.S. Treasury operating cash .......................... 12,040.432 1.689.554


Special drawing rights:
Total holdings ....................................... 5.875
SDR certificates issued to Federal Reserve Banks....... ...........

Balance ........................................... 5.875

Gold tranche drawing rights:
U.S. subscription to International Monetary Fund:
Direct quota payments ............................. .........
Maintenance of value adjustments.................... 11,123
Other demand liabilities issued to IMF................. -94,000
Receivable Payable (-) for U.S. currency valuation
adjustment ......................................... -5.331

Balance .......................................... -88,208
Loans to International Monetary Fund .................... '955
Other cash and monetary assets........................ 133.825

Total cash and monetary assets ............. 12,092,879

Miscellaneous asset accounts ............................. 3,528.490

Total asset accounts ....................... 15,621.369

Excess of liabilities (t) or assets (-)...................... *89.503

Transactions not applied to current year's surplus or deficit
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132.642
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11,677.710' 10.311.5381


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62,758.803 81,342.774 646.378.950 695.485,333 709,137,753


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53.515.851 77.514.495 498.326.741 541.818.870 551,842.592

257.038 271,352 4.455.388 3,898.986: 4,712.426


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229 884 -1.039.723 3.059,951! 3,457,294 3,289,835

2.240.920 -834,746 5,659,591 2.863,151 7,900,510
56,258.480 75.894,909 514,156,015 554,703,624' 570,414,495


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43.189 -48.100 1,052,512, 1,084,579 1,095,701
81.438 2.020,601 -3,741.2891 -3.565,852 -3,659,852

7.454 -142.364 -12,352 432 -4,&99

132,081 1.830.137 3,998,870, 4.219,159 4,130,951
669,376 ........... .............. 668.420 669,376
14,230 491,749 3.638,164 3.518.568 3,652,393

1 2,237.882 2j386.054 26,607,886 16,752,889 28,845,768

738,275 4,690,837 3.631,063, 840.849 4,369,338
2,976,157 7.076.891 30,238,949 17.593,738 33,215,106
L53,282.3231 -68,818.018 -483,917,066 -537,109,886 *537,199,389


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disposition of surplus (-II ............................... -1.544,752 -45,035,045 -60,625,850 -483,917,0661.530,496,864 528,952,111

See footnotes on page 3.


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TABLE IV-SCHEDULE A-ANALYSIS OF CHANGE IN EXCESS OF LIABILITIES (In thousands) 23


Classification


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Based on composition of unified budget in preceding period.....
Adjustments during current fiscal year for changes in
composition of unified budget:
Export-Import Bank certificates of beneficial
interest reclassified as financing transactions.............

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

Budget surplus (-) or deficit:
Based on composition of unified budget in prior fiscal year' ...
Changes in composition of unified budget:
Export-Import Bank reclassified from off-budget to
budgetary accounts .....................................

Budget surplus (-) or deficit (Table I1) ........................

Transactions not applied to current year's surplus or deficit:
Seigniorage...............................................
Increment on gold ......................................
Net gain (-)/loss for U. S. currency valuation adjustment ......
Net gain (-) loss for IMF loan valuation adjustment ...........
Conversion of interest receipts of government
accounts to an accrual basis...............................
Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation ....................
Postal Service ......................................
Rural electrification and telephone revolving fund. ........ .
Rural telephone bank ...................................
Housing for the elderly or handicapped fund ...............
Federal Financing Bank..................................

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

Excess of liabilities close of period ..........................


2537.109.886


Fiscal Year to Date


This Year Prior Year


:483.286.2171 414,645.054


630,849


45.). 994


537.109,886 483.917,066 415.099.048

-1,625,170 44 695,068 60.448.995


80,418 339.977 176.855
-1.544.752 I 45,035.045 60.625.850


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-25 -15,593 -20.702
726.110 -173,141 1,294,804
55,155 393,615 24.964
685 38.580 80.492
4,187 5 128 -13,999
891,660 8.414,766 7.142.971

1.634,255 8.247,278 8 192.168


537,199,389


537,199,389 483,917.066 1


See footnotes on page 3.

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

Net Transactions Account Balances
(-) denotes net reduction of Current Fiscal Year
liability accounts

Classification
Fiscal Year to date Beginning of T o
This Month ------------------- Mouth
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..................................... -25,238 -8732,990 s544,055 ?3.591.164 S2.863.412 $2.858.174
Obligations guaranteed by the United States, issued by:
Department of Defense:
Family Housing Mortgages .......................... -8,928 -120,195 -120,425 1,133.786 1,022,519 1,013,591
Department of Housing and Urban Development: 1 1
Federal Housing Administration...................... 176 1,011 44,062 578,118 578,954 579.129
Department of Transportation:
Coast Guard:
Family Housing Mortgages ........................ ............. -197 -174 2.042 1,844 1.844
Obligations not guaranteed by the United States, issued by:
Department of Defense:
Homeowners Assistance Mortgages.................... 277 -514 772 2,601 1,810 2,086
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Government National Mortgage Association.............. ............. -377,000 -80,000 4,145.000 3,768,000 3,768,000
Independent agencies:
Postal Service ...................................... ............. I. .......... ........... 250,000 250,000 250.000
Tennessee Valley Authority............................ ............. -150.000 100,000 1.975.000 1.825 000 1.825,000

Total agency securities........................... -13,714 -1,379886 288,291 11.677.710 10.311,538 10.297.825

See footnotes on page 3.





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


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Borrnwlng from the Treasury

Agency for International Development................
Bonneville Power Administration.......................
Comnidilty Credlt Corpuration .........................
Export-lmpurt Bank of the Unrlted States ................
FederdA Fiancing Bank..............................
FEde ral H.nime Loan Bank Board........................
Feckral Housing Administration:
Gener.a insurance..................................
Special risk insurance ..............................
Government National Mortgate Association:
Emergency Home Purchase Assistance fund...........
Management and liquidating functions.................
Special assistance functions .........................
Rural Electrification Administration ...................
Rural Telephone Bank ...............................
Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporatioun ........
Secretary uf Agriculture, Farmers Huome Administration:
Rural housing insurance fund ........................
Agricultural credit insurance fund ...................
Rural development insurance fund....................
Secretary of H.using and Urban Development
Department:
College housing loans...............................
National flood insurance fund ........................
New communities guaranty fund:
Title IV..........................................
Title VII.........................................
Urban renewal fund................................
Secretary of the Interior:
Bureau of Mines, helium fund.......................
Secretary of Transportation:
Rail Service Assistance..............................
Regliunal Rail Reorganization ......................
Smithsuruan Institution:
John F. Kennedy Center parking facilities.............
Tennessee Valley Authority............................
United SLates Information Agency....................
Veterans Administration:
Veterans direct loan program........................
D.C. Commissioners: Stadium sinking fund, Armory
Board, D.C. ........................................
I. .I 8 r"... n from the Treasur .... ....................

Sorrowing fram the Federal IFmancig Bank:

Postal Service ......................................
Tennessee Valley Authority ..........................
Export-Import Bank of the United States ...............

Total Borrwing fInm the Federal Fitoanemg Bank .............

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


Z125.000
431.322
-405.600
1.617.835


-100,000

4,300

3005
3.554
...........


7.500

6,627


...........
I -.0,0, 3


.125.000
2.572.465
-69.701
9.533.958
-1.490.683

-935.613
-413.834

-224.300
-8.190
-767.025
455.634
32.889
-2.000

25,000

30.000


27,608

1,224
85,913
............


. .....".. "880


-8227.624

1.387.994
-79.969
10,645.540
82.489

682,000
283,000

-279,266

-354,427
1
68.663
-600

275 000

110,000


43.100

2.134
27,166

1,000

52,479
1,522








1 2' 12


Beg


ISSUE OF PUBLIC DEBT SECURITIES (In thousands)


TransactLunb


This Year 1 This Month


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

T3.555.993
73.024
25.884.325
1.490.683

2.847,268
2.031 000

940,614
58.190
4.908,527
7.409,108
200.733
118,476

830.718
676,000
360.000


2.811,000
119.843

2,134
27.165
800.000
251,650

52,479
1,522

20,400
150,000
22.114

1,730,078

832
i '.? i 'e)


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

!5.697.136
408,923
33.800.448


2,011.655
1,617.166

712,014
50,000
4.141,202
7,864,742
230,068
116,476

855,718
676,000
390.000


2.811,000
139,951

3,358
106,451
800,000
251,650

52,479
2,402

20.400
150,000
22,114

1,730,078

832
04 Ai2.'2 3


T


Close of
his Month


...............
1125,000
6.128.458
3.323
35,418.282


1,911.655
1.617.166

716,314
50.000
4,141,502
7.864,742
233.622
116.476

855,718
676.000
390.000


2.811.000
147,451

3.358
113,078
800.000
251,650

52.479
2.402

20,400
150.000
22,114

1.730,078

832
6th J51 10o


........... -1.067.000 1.748,000 3,248,000 2.181.000 2,181,000
215.000 1.145,000 1.205,000 2,735,000 3,665,000 3,880,000
504.000 1.155.336 386.200 4.768.150 5,419.486 5,923,486
"'1 .,ii, I I" ff ? 3.i 2.0'i IIl. -;l 150 II .'ASh JN 11.984 4. A


2,409.838


10,212,561


16,059,402


68,125,026


75,927,749


78,337,586


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.


Account Balances
Current Fiscal Year

inning of


Cla.A.Slf Iation


I





TABLE IV--SCHEDULE D--INVESTMENTS OF GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTS 25
IN FEDERAL SECURITIES (In thousands)
1l


Classification


This Month


Net Purchases or Sales (-)


Fiscal Year to Date


This Year


Prior Year


Securities Held as Investments
Current Fiscal Year


Beginning of


This Year This Month


4 I- t -II--


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

Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Federal Housing Administration:
Federal housing administration fund:
Public debt securities...........................
Agency securities...............................
Government National Mortgage Association:
Special assistance function fund:
Agency securities...............................
Management and liquidating functions fund:
Agency securities...............................
Guarantees of Mortgage-Backed Securities:
Public debt securities...........................
Agency securities. .1............................
Participation sales fund:
Public debt securities...........................
Agency securities..............................
Housing Management:
Community disposal operations fund:
Agency securities...............................
Rental housing assistance fund .....................
New Communities Administration:
New communities fund ............................
Federal Insurance Administration:
National insurance development fund................

Department of the Interior:
Bonneville Power Administration....................
Department of Transportation ..........................
Department of Treasury...............................

Veterans Administration:
Veterans reopened insurance fund ....................
Independent agencies:
Emergency Loan Guarantee Board....................
Export-Import Bank of the United States...............
Federal Energy Administration.......................
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation:
Public debt securities.............................
Agency securities.................................
National Credit Union Administration .................
Other........... ..................................

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

Total Federal funds...........................
Trust Funds:
Legislative Branch:
United States Tax Court .............................
Library of Congress ................................
The Judiciary:
Judicial Survivors Annuity Fund......................
Department of Agriculture.............................

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

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

Department of Health, Education, and Welfare:
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund:
Public debt securities............................
Agency securities ..................................
Federal disability insurance trust fund................
Federal hospital insurance trust fund:
Public debt securities............................
Agency securities................................
Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund....
Other...................... .......................

See footnotes on page 3.


t170



19,195
-1

-566

-1,074
2,178

36,558
..........


-1,600

-94,840
160
494

70

..........
12,600

13,295
-750
1,130


-36,000
32,240



190,531
-183

-904
-3,657
18,329
3,184

-95,274
...........


-3,465

-39,345
940
520,228

28,163

5,580
12,600

433,323
-9,812
19,559
49,760


-46,000
25,302



99,892
-17

1,155

-2,727
13,110
580

241,836



-38,350

-1,700

1,721

-11,805
14,415
62,108

33,310

7,753


394,205
..........
16,207 ,
43,895 '


335.215
106,470



1,551,886
191,203

109,083

39,456
39,249
3,191

1,605,008
86,745

388



91,697

39,345
14,415
1,529,337

353,643

25,930


4,102,837
141,977
69,725
262,755


29,215

138,540



1,723,222
191,021

108,745
36,873
55,400
6,376

1,473,176
86,745

388



89,832

94,840
15.195
2,049,071

381,736

31,510


4,522,865
132,165
90,034
311,385


-11,340 1,173,169 901,899 9,792,296 10,976,806 10,965,466
-1,641 -17,371 -7,009 607,257 591.527 589,886

-12,981 1,155,798 894,891 10,399,553 11,568,333 11,555,351


-160

140

1,870


-85


-1,019,352
-239,808

-221,134
-236,909
70


34
...........

30,548

1,833

10

1,485


-1,645,020
-2,211,337

-35,742

988,133
999


97
-140

794

-16

-76

-150


-1,794,107
-1,272,974

983,803
-69,123
35


565
1,340

10,921

542

35

1,108


36,499,847
555,000
6,453.247
10,959,482
50.000
1,243,945
187


599
1,500

41,330
505

45

2,678


35,874,179
555.000
4.481,718

11,144.874
50,000
2.468.987
1.116


599
1,340

41,469

2.375

45
2,593


34.854,827
555,000
4.241.910
10,923,740
50,000
2.212.078
1.186


Close of
This Month




?29,215

138,710



1,742,417
191,020

108,179

35,799
57,578
6,376

1,509,734
86,745

388



88,232

..............
15.355
2,049,565

381,806

31,510
12,600

4,536,160
132,165
89,284
312.515




TABLE IV-SCHEDULE D-INVESTMENTS OF GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTS

IN FEDERAL SECURITIES (In thousands)-Continued


Classification


Trust Fund.--Continufd
D partmiient ii the LLterir .............................

Dep.irtmient Ai Labur:
UnemlIpl-ylv riL nt trust lund .............................
Other...............................................

Depairtmiiiemt of State:
Furcign service retirement and disability fund..........
Ollc r..............................................

Departrln'Vent of Transportation
Airport and airz-way trust fund .......................
Highway trust fund..................................
Other...............................................

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

General Service Administration ........................

Vei-'rans Administration:
Government life insurance fund.......................
National service life insurance fund:
Public debt securities.............................
Agency securities................................
Veterans special life insurance fund ...................
General Pusi Fund National Homes ....................

Independent agencies:
Civil Service Commission:
Civil service retirement and disability fund:
Public debt securities...........................
Agency securities...............................
Employees health benefits fund.....................
Employees life Insurance fund.......................
Retired employees health benefits fund...............
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation................
Japan-United States Friendship Commission............
Harry S. Trumnan Memorial Scholarship Trust Fund.....
Railroad Retirement Board.
Public debt securities.............................
Agency securities.................................

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

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

Off-budget Federal agencies:
Federal Financing bank..............................
Postal Service:
Public debt securities...............................
Agency securities..................................
Rural electrification and telephone revolving fund .........
Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation...................

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

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

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

MEMORANDUM

Investments in securities of privately owned
Governnment-sponsored enterprises
Milk market orders assessment fund.....................
Investments in non federal debt securities of farmers
home administration:
Postal Service........................................

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


Net Purchases or Sales (-)


Fiscal Year to Date
This Month
This Year Prior Year


-'2.570


-846,7071
...........


66.222
...........


-131,989
-56,637
...........

-5,250

...........


-2,975

-1,980
...........
870
...........



7,221,137
...........
32,240
22.572
...........
4,000
225
343

-174.553
...........


1.073,062
-665


92.340
265


533,780
1,126.811
...........

4,410

-155


-34,207

294,097
-75,000
46,124
332



6,931,474
...........
102,248
397,855
4,052
855,375
240
21,115

-121,013
-50,000


M6,470


-680,613
5,341


34,808
105


639,516
-22,690
............

6,700

116


-33,669

216,370
............
43,969
-286



4.572,263
............
24,760
342,691
-4,800
207,297
18,885
10,048

-340,262
............


Securities Held as Investments
Current Fiscal Year

Beginning of Close of
This Month
This Year This Month


S14.270 19.165 16,595


4.914.103 J 6,833,872 5,987,165


5,372

175.608
215


2,712,201
8,951,876
10

48,460

3,985


580,079

6,956,192
310,000
482,265
1,143



42,289,894
375,000
321.914
2,131,947
17,281
6,607,083
18,885
10,048

3,303,121
50,000


4,707 IU


201,726
480


3,377,970
10,135,324
10

58,120

3,830


528,847

7,252,269
235,000
527,519
1,475



42,000,231
375,000
391,922
2,507,230
13,229
7,458,458
18,900
30,821

3,356,661
............


14.707


267,948
480


3,245,981
10,078,687
10

52,870

3,830


525,872

7,250,289
235,000
528,389
1,475



49,221,368
375.000
424,162
2,529,802
13,229
7,462,458
19,125
31.163

3,182,108
..............


4,409,579 8,442,704 2,895,160 134,697,169 138,730,295 143,139,874
........... -125.000 ............ 1.340,000 1,215,000 1,215,000

4,409,579 8,317,704 2,895,160 136.037,169 139,945,295 144,354,874


9,210 -85,920 124,125 124,125 28,995 38,205

-776,900 -160.000 -100,426 1,431,200 2,048,100 1,271,200
........... ........... -3,975 ........... ............ ..............
........... -335 -2,081 i 4,401 4,066 4,066
-210 15,704 20,585 55,761 71,675 71,465
-767,900 -230,551 42,203 1,615,487 1 2,152,836 1,384,936
........... ........... -3,975 ........... ............ ..............

-767,900 __-230,551 38,228 1,615,487 2,152,836 1,384,936

3,628,698 9,242,952 3,828,279 148,052,209 153,666,463 157,295,161




........... -200 ........... 200 ............ ..............


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

........... -200 ........... 200 ............
_. .. .. .


Note: Investments are in public debt securities unless otherwise noted.





TABLE V--COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS 27
BY MONTHS OF CURRENT FISCAL YEAR

(Figures are rounded in millions of dollars and may not add to totals)


Classification



RECEIPTS

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

Total--receipts this
year.................
T-ial-rerpf prijr year4 ...

OUTLAYS

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

Total Military .........

Civil.....................
Department of Health
Education, and Welfare:
Social and Rehabilitation
Service..................
Federal old-age and
survivors insurance trust
fund.....................
Federal disability insurance
trust fund...............
Federal hospital insurance
trust fund...............
Federal supplementary
medical insurance trust
fund.....................
Other .....................


Oct. I Nov. I Dec.


111,0951 12,531
1,027 699


5,308
503

388
1,408
417
345
527


7,775
1,205

451
1,517
570
392
553


512,662
7,633


5,826
-26

407
1,513
502
412
542


Jan.


f18,085
1,694


6,511
347

462
1,447
504
381
521


Feb. March


April May


June July


38,370 25,777 1118,4761 S9,290 117,949 M 12,438 $12,725
948 8,719 7,974 1,096 14,379 1,538 809


9,357
997

410
1,294
1,890
347
568


6,858
126

428
1,283
625
466
534


8,998
1,296

409
1,392
376
393
517


10,160
3,582

461
1,485
501
427
548


7,044
228
424
1,530
437
504
581


6,725
800
437
1,567
505
446
498


10,347
2,161

450
1,523
547
543
572


Fiscal
I Year
Aug. Sept. To
I Date


17,32
8.37


7,29(
9

434
1,58
454
57494
575


1 156,725
6 54,892


92,210
11,312

5,162
17,548
S 7,327
5,150
6,536


21,018 25,694 29,471 29,954 24182 22 4,817 39,832 27,549 43,075 24,952 29.676 36,642 356,861 *********
19.fir. -l'/ s .'" s' 99' 9 5 5 ),<1'.... 2 .IA ...4) Mh2. iQ 1^ .'2. 44x ?I'A R Ja


53 99 77 60 101 70 87 98 81 82 55 116 976 801
1 39 26 61 25 35 46 29 27 40 31 31 392 367
5 6 6 6 5 9 6 6 9 6 4 5 73 73


350 -410 -842 -925 157 350 233 477 -21 -321 517 782 347 1,135
102 156 242 20 149 121 128 166 149 116 146 136 1,632 1,851
41 31 26 14 31 39 22 28 58 19 4 205 518 695



254 569 554 461 103 239 406 203 333 448 653 447 4,670 2,170
727 1,306 611 910 1,184 1.,466 1,419 899 983 517 1.021 1,024 12.06B 11,327
131 191 201 145 135 167 186 262 285 258 300 346 2,607 2,077

1,712 2,054 2,267 2,282 2,088 2,010 1,863 2,043 2,016 2,241 1,921 1,422 23,919 21,300
2,352 2,531 2,457 2,438 2,496 2,736 2 ,514 2,633 2,716 2,489 2,695 2,819 30,876 28,698
2,187 2,220 2,523 2,189 2,345 2,173 2,392 2,252 2,465 2,400 2,183 2,587 27,915 26,527
987 1.008 1,053 1,091 971 1,218 976 1,021 1,159 1,162 1,045 1,258 12,948 11,927
6 7 5 5 8 8 (*) 6 8 25 7 8 93 0
................ ....... ...... ._.... ...... ...... ...... ........ .... .. ...... ...... ....... .........

7,244i 7,820 8,305 8,004 7,g07 8,146 7,745 7,954 8,364 8,317 7,851 8,094 95,751 88,542


1,495

5,805

912
1,151


21f


1,56

5,914

915
1,190


171 182 116


1,536 1,424 1,627


5,841

024

1,270


5,878

935

1,152


5,962

959
1,158


473 5041 542 519 486
1,799 1,8981 1,855 2,010 1,945


111


1,600

5,949

978
1,413


515
2,003


159 198


1,676 1,645 1,719


5,997

959
1,273


5,951

968
1,345


7,142
975
1,349


222


1,643

6,321
1,011
1,221


zwu


1,717

6,312
1,020

1,402


a ff


1,728

6,410
1,037

1,282


525 1531 572 1 1499 5931 578
1,888 1 870 677 1,692 1,917 1,910


See footnotes on page 3.


2,280


19,374

73,482
11,592

15,206

6.337
21,464


Com-
parable
Period
Prior
F. Y.


r136,778
40,967


82,512
8.976

4,860
17,101
5,308
4.359
7,748


2,139


17,839

65.977
9,973

13,088

5.419
20,114


h




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


Cla S SiClrant i



OUTLAYS--Continued
Department of Housing
and Urban Develtpment........
Department of the Interior ......
Department of Justice..........
Department of Labor:
Unemployment trust fund .....
Other...................
Department of State............
Department of Transportat un:
Highway trust fund ..........
Other ........................
Department of The Treasury:
Interest on the public debt .,.
Interest on refunds, etc. .....
Antirecession financial
assistance fund.............
General revenue sharing .....
Other.......................
Energy Research and Devel-
opment Administration ........
Environmental Protection
Agency .....................
General Services
Administration ...............
National Aeronautics and
Space Administration .........
Veterans Administration:
Compensation and pensions ...
National service Life .........
Government service life ......
Other............ ..... .....
Independent agencies:
Civil Service Commission ....
Postal Service...............
Small Business
Administration .............
Tennessee Valley Authority...
Other ind. agencies..........
Undistributed offsetting re-
ceipts:
Federal employer contribu-
tions to retirement fund .....
Interest credited to certain
accounts...................
Rents and Royalties on Outer
Continental Shell Lands......
Total outlays--this year ...
Total 1uIat 5 pnr.r i tar* ...** .

Surplus (+) or deficit (-) this
year .......................


Oct. Nov. Dec.


t?11 $399
248' 240
199 194
969 1,099
491 639
116 58
071 699
349, 632
2.870 3,065
33 30

...... 532
1,672 17
42 -357
267 342
274 412
-101 74

368 359

687 731
-1 -2
4 3
602 9901
793 711
1,766 ......
27 352
122 103
1.030 4009


-292 -352
-74 -187

-71 -120
34,000 33.079


1590
277
215
1.357
574
80
558
569
6.421
21

9
10
-206
422
353
102

345

736
9
6
708
841

20
61
675


Jan. Feb.


1517
171
213
1,392
619
129
362
631

2.881
15

329
1,693
-252

326
312
-181

275

802
9
4
825
745

1
58
343


-308 -378
-3,546 -20

-353 -61
31,890 32,617


-409
216
165
1.492
546
111
297
485

2,774
23
(n
1
91

366
284
-3

321

748
17
5
804
763

47
45
-729


-323
-196
-70


March April May






1583 9510 1530
212 302 235
203 195 190
1,569 1,187 1,207
744 643 683
132 88 61
344 303 415
528 595' 482

2.754 2,878 2,997
24 23 26
-0-) 313 (1 n
(n) 1,671 6
-41 127 24

380 409 458
458 286 339
83 -201 103
352 322 309

758 761 750
33 144 9
7 17 4
812 761 886

785 8481 746
...... ...... 500
37 17 18
58 97 94
724 787 498


-340
-37
-82


-330
-88
-57


-375
-130
-104


1 Fiscal
June July Aug. Sept. Year
To
Date




'575 !568 3561 8480 s5,832
264 175' 267 479 3,085
229 188, 181 177 2.350
984 926 1.001 9211 14,103
771 840 949 772 8,271
98 146 80 321 1,132
499 465 704 705, 6,021
513 6001 488 622 6,493

6.384 2,909 2.989 2,9718 41.900
28 33 35 35 326

( ,,) -' 1i 1,699
S1,68 -1 1 6.760
-382 -218 89 -43 -1,124

459 442 479 670 5,020
416 368 484 379 4,365
70 -108 92 34 -31
314 299 355 324 3,944

758 753 772 744 9,000
-3 5 -2 t-i 217
4 4 3 4 65
460 572 644 582 8,7371
850 871 804 864 9,620
...... ....... ...... 1 2,267
49 3 39 91 700
136 126 96i 103 1,100
716 697 460 715 6,327


-332

-3,559
-320


30,735 34,292 35,363 33,592 32,881


-346
-197
-93


-831
-83
-59


-4,548
-8,131
-2,374


33.630 34,720 35,097 401,896


.'' 1 2 ~ .' yW 3 v.' 6, 4' .' 1v 2.'" 14 J3 .9, 'i .'.7 2 1n ? 0i U NI .4 5'/ 4 1 % .4 .. v...4


-12,981 -7,385 -2,419 -2,664 -6,554 -9,475 -4,469 -6,043 10,194 -8.678 -5,044 -1.545 -45,05 ........


Surplus (+ oridefi t-i pror jr .... .I I' 1 i- %.' .' i i '. *'l I." *416 '0,


See footnotes on page 3.


.A61.62A


II :V? .2 .'"1 *564 .......


Com-
arable
period
Prior
F. Y.




15,685
2,307
2,226
16,927
8.122
1,083
6,374
5.67

38,118
334
..'...
-11

4,091
3,510
-19
3,632

8,331
174
65
9,657
8,712
1,070
206
957
7,682


-4,302
-7,785
-3,669






TABLE VI--TRUST FUND IMPACT ON BUDGET RESULTS AND INVESTMENT HOLDINGS (In millions) 29
- -


Classification


Trust receipts, outlays, and invest-
ments held:
Federal old-age and survivors
insurance......................
Federal disability insurance.........
Federal hospital insurance ..........
Federal supplementary medical
insurance ................ ......
Federal employees retirement .......
Federal employees life and health
benefits ............. ............
Federal Deposit Insurance Corp ......
Airport and airway .................
General Revenue Sharing ............
Highway........ ..................
Military assistance advances ........
Railroad retirement ................
Unemployment .....................
Veterans life insurance .............
All other trust .....................

Trust funds receipts and outlays
on the basis of Table III and
investments held from
Table [V-D .....................

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

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

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

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

Total interfund receipts and outlays ....

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


Current Month


Receipts


Outlays


Fiscal Year to Date


r I T r


Excess of
receipts
or out-
lays(-)


Receipts Outlays


Excess of
receipts
or out-
lays(-)


4- 1 1- 4- 1 it


$5,114
773
1,273

192
243


......10ii

658
139
94
3


8 599


8.306


$6,309
1,022
1,264

342
-7,030

-51
2
249
1
745
578
328
904
3
35


4.699

8.306


-$1,195
-249
10

-150
7,272

51
-2
-139
-1
-87
-578
-189
-810
-3
-32


$68,032
8,786
13,484

2,193
2,969


1,191
4,991
6,709

1,908
11,312
47


368,507
11,001
13,317

1,152
-4,071

-465
-852
659
6,760
5,553
-1.159
3.319
10,428
-227
-132


-$475
-2,216
167

1,041
7,040

465
852
532
-1,769
1,156
1,159
-1,411
884
227
179


Securities Held as Investments
Current Fiscal Year


Beginning of
Close of
This year This month this month


$37,055
6.453
11.009

1.244
42,841

2,471
6.607
2,712
...........
8.952

3,353
4,914
8,309
117'


336.429
4.482
11,1951

2,469
42,5771

2,912
7,458
3.378
10. 135
3,357

6,834
8,544
173


____ ____ 1 *1 1


3.900


121,621

31,863


113.789


31,863


7.833


16.905 13.005 3,900 153.484 145.652 7,833

28,042 30.397 -2,355 240.231 293.099 -52,868
12 12 -0- 178 178 -0-


28.054 30.409 -2.355 240,409 293.277 -52.868
-8.318 -8.318 -8 -0- -37.032 -37,032 -0-_


36,642


35,097


1.545


356.861


401.896


-45.035I


136,037 139,9451


_3 __,6_42i u


See footnotes on page 3.

Note: Interfund receipts and outlays are transactions between Federal funds and trust funds, such as, Federal payments and contributions, Federal
employer contributions, and interest and profits on investments in Federal securities. They have no net effect on overall budget receipts and
outlays since the receipt side of such transactions is offset against budget outlays. In this table, interfund receipts are shown as an adjustment
to arrive at total receipts and outlays of trust funds and Federal funds respectively. Included in total interfund receipts and outlays are $4,991
million in federal funds transferred to trust funds for general revenue sharing. Federal employees retirement includes $7, 065 million reim-
bursement from the general fund.


$35,410
4.242
10.974

2.232
49,864

2.967
7.462
3.246
10,079

3,182
5.987
8,540
170


144,355


4


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


Total Budget


Source



NET RECEIPTS


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


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


36.641 6021


356,861.331


Comparable Period
Prior Fiscal Year


This Mn h I FIsc.i Year
This Ma To o Date



-17.326,737 .156.725.
8.376.117 54.892.

7.299.4301 92.209.
93 763 11.311.
434.365 5.161,
1.588.707 17.547,
453,8551 7.326,
493,5751 5,150,
575,0531 6,536,


183
364

847
506
524
715 ,
877
151
165 |


OUTLAYS

National defense................... ..............................................
International affairs ...........................................................
General science, space, and technology .........................................
Natural resources, environment, and energy....................................
Agriculture............... ....................................................
Commerce and transportation ............................. .................
Community and regional development............ ................................
Education, training, employment and social services.............................
Health ................. ............... ..........................................
Income security...............................................................
Veterans benefits and services................................................
Law enforcement and justice...................................................
General government.................. ..........................................
Revenue sharing and general purpose fiscal assistance ...........................
Interest ......................................................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts...............................................

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


8.978.906
868,182
393.4871
1.510.6261
50,270,
1.862.853:
940,703
1.800.708'
3.316.2581
11.643.218,
1.324 621
266.868;
326,377
64,921'
2.722,2001
-973.349


35.096.849


96,721,431
5,592,815
4,b677,224
14.334.804
5,329,702
14,730.941
7,393.651
19,717,846
38.838,386
137,150.569
18,039.628
3,589.077
3,337,567
9.403.926
38,092,026
-15.053.215


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