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Receipts and Outlays of the United States Gi/

for period from October 1, 1976 through August 31,1977 -, /

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


Budget Receipts and Outlays Means of Financing


Fiscal Year Budget By By Reduction By Total
Rcit'I Surplus C) Borrowing of Cash By Total
Receipts Outlays' or from the and Monetary Other Budget
Deficit (-) Public Assets Means Financing
Increase (-)


Current month (August 1977)............ 29,676 834,720 -45,044 t7,780 12,731 -15,466 15,044
Actual 1977 (eleven months) ............ 320,220 366,800 -46,580 43,492 9,855 -6,767 46.580

Comparative data:
Actual comparable prior period
(eleven months) ................... 276,860 338,050 -61,190 74,182 3,58G -16,578 61,190
Actual comparable prior period (full
year) 2. ..308,609 369,235 -60,620 77,515 -8,944 -7,945 60,626
Estimated 1977'. ......... 358,338 404,000 -45,662 '48.4 '5.7 4-8.4 '45.7
Estimated 1978 ...................... 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 ear to Date period Prior u Eia Ye
I I_________ Fiscal Yer2 Full 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 ..................................................
M miscellaneous .............................................

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

OUTLAYS

Legislative Branch.........................................
The Judiciary..............................................
Executive Office of the President ............................
Funds Appropnriated 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 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.....................
Rentsand royalties on the Outer Continental Shelf lands .......

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

Surplus (*) or deficit (-) .....................................


112,725
809

10,347
2,161
450
1,523
547
543
572


1139,398
46,516

84,910
11,218
4,727
15,959
6,873
4,657
5,961


2120,374
35,611

75,974
8,824
4,474
15,610
4,854
3,930
7,211


1158,334
54,602

92,189
11,383
5,180
17,750
7,275
4,991
6,634


29,676 '320,220 276,860 358,338


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146
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561
218
181
1.950
80
1.192
2,989
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479
484
92
355
1.417
1,400
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-197
S-44
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-5.044


861
361
68

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1,49C
313
15,266
2,260
87,657
2,008
134,511
5,352
2,558
2,173
20,682
1 100
11,186
38,922
1,699
6,759
-790
4.330
3.986
-65
3.620
16,690
18,241
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-8,049
-2.266

'366,800

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693
344
70

1,451
1,758
649
12,0z2
1,880
80,674
1,933
1.-0,626
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2,052
2.044
23,266
1.049
10,970
35.554
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6.302
277
3.609
3.178
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3.382
17,004
16,486
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338.050

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1,084
373
84

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1,682
677
16,75C
2.971
96.018
2.265
147,564
6.510
3.378
2.442
22,625
1,14(I
12.539
42.000
1.733
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4.975
4,535
95
3,883
18.061
20.656
-686

-4.574
-8.257
-2.260

404.000

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TABLE IV--MEANS OF FINANCING (In thousands)


ClJ salcat it l'on


(AsIls.t and Liabilities
Directly Rel.Lted to the Budget)

LLAIlLITY ACCOUNTS


Net Transactions Account Balances
(-1 denutes net reduction of either Current Fiscal Year
liability ur assets accuuntsE
Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of Close of
This Month This Month
This Year Prior Year This Year This Month This Month


Blorrnwing from the' public.
Public debt securities, issued under general
financing Authurtties:
Obltiltions of the United States, ibsued by:
United States Trt-.surv ............................. -
Federal Financing Bank ............................

Total public debt set unities .......................

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) ...............
Tutal 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 .......................... '

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 ..........................................
L-
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Other cash and monetary assets.........................
Total cash and monetary assets .............

Miscellaneous asset accounts .......................... -
Tuotal asset accounts ..... ....................

Excess of liabilities (+1) ur assets (-).......................

Transactions nut applied to current year's surplus or deficit
(See Schedule A for details) ..............................

Total budget financing [Financing of deficit (+)'or
disposition of surplus (-) I .............................

See footnotes on page 3.


11 309.987 1S50.472,610
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11.310.007 50.472.555


879.689,569 8634.701,165 8673,863,788
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3,113.864 5.614.254 5,753.501 148.052,209i 150,552,600 153,666,463

7,779,510 43.492,129' 74.182.165 498,326,741; 534,039,360 541,818,670

-3.010.380 -556,402 -238.408 4,455,388 6,909,37 3,898,966

-21.940 10,979 -30,962 2.654,344' 2,687,264 2,665,324
43.011 397,343 -635.211 3,059,951; 3,414.283 3,457.294

-2,229,852 -2,796,447 -5,282,960 5,659,591 5,092,996 2,863,144

2,560.348 40.547.602, 67,994,643 514,156,.015 552,143,269 554,708,617



-3,090,515 -10.350,877 -5,396,240 17,414,219 10,153,856 7,063,342

-14.221 126,767 24.109 2,356,633' 2,497,620 2,483,400
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-14.221 -273.233 -175,891 1.556,633 1,297,620 1,283,400


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-64.080 32,067 -90.432 1,052.512 1,148,659 1,064,579
62,000 175,438 1,888,601 -3.741,289 -3.627,852 -3,565,852

29,243 12.784 -122,306 -12,352 -28,811 432

27,162 220.289 1,675.863 3.998.870 I 4.191,996 4,219,159

120.519 668,420 .......... .......... 547,901 668,420
217.351 -119.595 309,861 3,638,164 3,301,217 3,518,568
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26,607,886 19,492,591


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I 40,849


-4,018.280 -12,645,211 -1,476.970 30,238,949 21,612,017 17,593,738

-6.578.628 *53,192.813 *69,471,593 483.917,066 -530,531,255 -537,109,880

-1,534,521 -6,613.023, -8.281,366 .......... I -5,078,502 -6,613.023

-5.-044107 -46579.791 *61190,227 r483,917,0661*525,452,753 -530,496,857









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


Classification


Excess of liabilities beginning of period:
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 CII) ........................

Transactions not applied to current year's surplus or deficit:
Selgniorage.........................................
Increment on gold ..... ................ ................. ...
Net gain (-)/loss for U. S. currency valuation adjustment ......
Net gain (-)/loss for [MF loan valuation adjustment ...........
Off-Budget Federal Agencies:
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 ... ....... .


Fiscal Year to Date
This
Month
This Year Prior Year


$530.531,255, S483,286.217 ?414,645.054


............ 630,849 453,994

530,531.255 483,917,066 415.099,048

5,446,229 47,307,543 60.699.212

-402,122 -727,752 491,015

5,044,107 46,579,791 61,190,227

-31,178 -369,299 -604.272
............ -1,973 t*
34,838 -21,289 22,223
........... ............ .

-1.544 '-15.569 -21,046
251,714 -899,251 1.851.798
35,759 338,461 160,242
1,253 1 57,895 76,582
2.561 941 -12,716
1.241,118 7.523,106 6.808,554

1,534.521 6,613.023 8,281.366

537,109.880 537,109.880 J 484,570.641


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 United States, issued by:
Department of Defense:
Family Housing Mortgages .........................
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Federal Housing Administration.....................
Department of Transportation:
Coast Guard:
Family Housing Mortgages .......................
Obligations not guaranteed by the United States, issued by:
Department of Defense:
Homeowners Assistance Mortgages....................
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Government National Mortgage Association.............
Independent agencies:
Postal Service .......................................
Tennessee Valley Authority...........................

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


Net Transactions
(-) denotes net reduction of
liability accounts


Fiscal Year to date


This Month


This Year Prior Year


Account Balances
Current Fiscal Year


+


Beginning of


.4-


SClose of


This Month
his Year This Month


I .-


-9402,122

-9,990

-4,1986

-17

-308


-416............633
............

-416.633


-5727,752

-111,267

835


-791

-377,000


-150,000

-1.366,172


$491.015

-105,129

48,076

-174

665

-80,000

...........
-100,000

254.453


"1$3,591,164

1,133,786

578,118

2.042

2,601

4,145.000

250,000
1,975,000

11.677.710


$3,265,534

1,032,509

583,150

1,861

2,117

3,768.000

250 000
1.825.000

10.728.171


2.863.412

1.022.519

578.954

1.844

1,810

3,768.000

250 000
1.825.000

10.311.538


See footnotes on page 3.


I








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

ISSUE OF PUBLIC DEBT SECURITIES (In thousands)


Classification





AWency for international Development...................
C'i diiiiditV Credit CLirpor.itinn .........................
Export-Import Bank of the UnitEd States .................
FLed ral Finani cing Bank ...............................
Fcckr.il H nime Loan B[.nk Buard........................
Fedc'ral Houiliig Adminitration:
General in-urai ce ..................................
SpeciXal risk insurance ........................ .....
G...vetriinent Natiunall MurIgatL Assouiation:
Emergency Hmr Purchase AssisLtance fund...........
MJaILiL, ment .ind liquidating flunclluns .................
Special a.sibstanc. functions .........................
Rural Electrification Administration ....................
Rural Teleph ione Bank.................................
S.tint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation ........
SecreLtary if Agriculture, Farmers Home Administration:
Rural housing insurance fund ........................
Agricultural credit insurance fund....................
Rural development insurance fund ....................
Secretary of Housing and Urban Development
Depart ment:
College housing loan ...............................
National flood insurance fund ........................
New conimunities guaranty fund:
Title IV.........................................
Title VII .........................................
Urban renewal fund................................
Secretary of the Interior:
Bureau of Mines, helium fund........................
Secretary of Transpurtation:
Rail Service Assistance ..............................
Re i,.,nal Rail Ruorganizatilin .........................
Smithsonian Institution:
John F. Kennedy Cenier parking facilities .............
Tennesset Valley Authority ............................
United States Information Agency........................
Veterans Adnministration:
Veterans direct loan program ........................
D.C. Commissioners: Stadium sinking fund, Armory
Buard, D.C. .......................................
I j f ,t jjiR 1"i i //*j '.,I ........................

S ,. ,,, 1. .. .. J, A rJ., I- i,, M .- l.l'

Postal Servicc .......................................
Tennessee Valley Authority ..........................
Export-import Bank of the United States ...............

T.-. i; h. -. e ir rn l. I,.J, i r lf lijn h .....

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


Transactions .'
C

Fiscal Year to Date Begin
Tihs, Mnth Y Ta -s
This Year Prior Year This Year


3680.000
387.800
1.356.345




-4.150

-40.750
100.000
2.067
. .. .... .


3,000


567
...........


12.141,143
335.899
7.916,123
-1.490.683

-835.613
-413.834

-228.600
-8.190
-737,325
455.634
29.335
-2,000

25.000

30.000



20,108

1,224
79,286
...........


............ 880








4 '... .. ... ...



........... -1.067,000
80.000 930.000
.......... 651.336

2.564.879 7.8024 723


2.564.879 7.802,723


3474.879

2,638.665
-43.271

120,000
52,000

-497.663

371.858
56.756
6.821



75,000


I............
4.024

23
16,952


...........


...........

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


Z3,

25.
1

2
2


4
7







2


-832





380.000
...........



3.655.212
--,


I


I

i


Account Balances
current Fiscal Year

ning of Close of
This Month
This Month


1


- 3.3 1?',,


62.17 .384 I 64.662.263
-_A-_ -_


3.248,000 2,181,000
2.735.000 3.585,000
4,768.150j 5.419,486

I0 1 I.o 11.185.486


68.125.026 73,362,870


2,181,000
3,665.000
5,419,486

11.265.486


75,927,749


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.


555.993 15,017,136 5,691,136
73,024 21,123 1 408,923
884,325 32,444,103 33,800,448
.490.683 ........... .. ....... .......

.847.,268 I 2.011,655 2,011,655
,031,000 1,617.166 1.617.166

940.614 716.164 712,014
58,190 50.000 50.000
,908.527 4,181,952 4,141,202
,409,108 7,764,742 1 7,864,742
200,733 228,001 230,068
118,476 116.476 116,476

830.718 855,718 855,718
676,000 676,000 676.000
360.000 390.000 390,000


,811,300 2,811,000 2,811,000
119.843 136,951 139.951

2,134 3,358 3.358
27,165 105,884 106,451
800,000 800,000 800,000

251,650 251,650 251.650

52,479 I 52,479 52.479
1,522 2,402 2,402

20,400 20,400 20,400
150,000 150,000 150,000
22,114 22,114 22,114

,730,078 1.730,078 1,730,078

832 832 832


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


Classification


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

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

Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Federal Housing Administration:
Federal housing administration fund:
Public debt securities...........................
Agency securities...............................
Government National Mortgage Association:
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.


Net Purchases or Sales (-)


This Month


..........

S2,565



49,808
-3

-841

-258

-623

19,884
..........


Fiscal Year to Date


This Year


-26,000

32,070



171,336
-182

-338

-2,582

16,151
3,184

-131,832
............


Prior Year


-46,000

23,827



110,057
-16

2,072

-2,446

10,821
1,482

194,539
...........


..... ii;8i
11,815

-1,700

1,721

17,310
14.100
54,436


32,950

6,453


381,550
...........
17.247
43,030

918,156
-4.909


i


338


-10,585
430
26,703


55.495
780
519,735


363 28,093

1,920 5,580
.......... ............


89.158 420,028
-9.812
2.375 20,309
21,345 48,630

204,304 1.184.509
-1,725 -15.730

202.579 1.168.780


I I


Securities Held as Investments
Current Fiscal Year


Beginning of


This Year


$35,215

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

9,792.296
607.257


913,247 10.399,553


_______ IA


1,193

25



74



1.731,750

-227,726

-6.483

176.281
15


34
160

30,409

-37

10

1,570



-625.668
............
-1.971.529

185.392

1.225.042
929


75
40

795

64

-76

441


-783,709

-1,201,463

667.654

110,435
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


This Month


$29,215

135,975



1,673,414
191.024

109,586

37,131

55.400
6 998

1.453.292
86 745


388
............

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

89.494


105,425
14.765
2.022.368


381,373


Close of
This Month


?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


29,590 31.510


4.433.707 4,522,865
132.165 132.165
87,659 90.034
290,040 311.385

10,772,502 10.976.806
593.252 591.527

11.365,754 11.568.333


599
1.500

40,137

480

45

2.604



34.142.429
555.000
4,709,444

11.151.357
50 000
2,292,706
1,100


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


. ::


i


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

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


-1,865


; t !







TABLE IV-SCHEDULE D-INVESTMENTS OF GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTS

IN FEDERAL SECURITIES (In thousands)-Contlnued


Net Purchases or Sales (-)

Classification-- -
This Moath Fiscal Year to Date
--This Year Prior Year

Trust Funds--Continued
Department of the Interior............................... 4.795 -!5,105 t7,490


Department uf Labor:
Unemployment trust fund .............................
O ther...............................................

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

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

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

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

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

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


1,311,758, 1,919,769 1
............ -665 :


-3,047
............


-50,455
30,836
............

16,000

8


-4,974
4,201
............
1,186
............



-266,704 i
............
21,640'
60,352
-1,152
179,275
............
-93

16,080
............ I

2,994,8351


26,118
265


665,769
1,183,448
............

9,660

-155


-31,232
296,077
-75,000
45,254
332


-14,026
5,341


36,918
105


576,640
-30,577

12,150

-284

-30,694
215,859
.............
42,534
-286


-289,663 4,890,5851

70,008 353i
375,283 327,855
-4,052 -4,2001
851,375 340,327
15 18,675
20,773 10,098.

53,540 -11,480
-50,000 .............


4,033,125


............ -125,000

2,994,835 3,908,125


5,222,6341
.............


Securities Held as Investments
Current Fiscal Year


Beginning of


Close of


This Year


,114,270


4,914,103
5,372


175,608
215


2,712,201
8,951,876
10

48,460

3,985

560,079
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

134,697,169
1,340,000


5,222,634 136,037,1691 136,950,400


This Month


139,945,295


I
12,960 I -95,130 114,8651 124,125 1 16,035 28,99005

-98,100 616,900 -512,414 1,431,200 2,146,200 2,048,100
............ ........ -3,975 .......... .............. .............
......... 335 -2,081 4,401 4,006 4,06
,590 15,914 21,225 55,761 70,085 71,675
-83,550 537,349 -378,4051 1,615,487 2,236,386 2,152,836
............ ............ .-3,975 ............. ......... ...... ........

-83,550 537,349 1 -382,380 1,615,487 2,236,386| 2,152,836
-1I


3,113,864 5,614,254


5,753,501 148,052,209
--- -


-186 200 .............



-186 200 .............


150,552,600


200


200 186 ................


I


153,666,463


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


This Month


$4,370


5,522,114
4,707


204,773
480


3,428,425
10,104,488
10

42,120

3,822

533,821
7,248,068
235,000
526,333
1,475



42,266,935
375,000
370,282
2,446,878
14,381
7,279,183
18,900
30,913

3,340,581
..............

135,735,460
1,215,000


t9,165


6,833,872
4,707

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

3,356,061
................

138,730,296
1,215,000








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

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


Classification


RECEIPTS

Individual income taxes........ 11,095
Corporation income taxes....... 1,027
Social insurance taxes and
contributions:
Employment taxes and
contributions.............. 5,308'
Unemployment insurance .... 503
Contributions for other
insurance and retirement... 3881
Excise taxes ................ 1,408'
Estate and gift taxes .......... 417
Customs..................... 345
Miscellaneous................ 527


Total--receipts this
year'.................
T ,itall- receip ri pnor 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 insLrance
trust fund ...............
Federal hospital insurance
trust fund ...............
Federal supplementary
medical insurance trust
fund.....................
Other.....................


21,018'


Jan.


112,531 1l2,662 i18,085 t8,370
699 7,633 1,694 948


7,7751 5,826. 6,511 9,357
1,205: -26 347 997

451 407 462 410
1,517 1,513 1,447 1,294
570 502 504 1,890
392 412 381 347
553 542 521 568'


25,694 29,471


29,954 24,182


1'J.iin I A


77 ;' 60. .
--I


77 601
261 61'

61 6;


350o -4101
1021 156.
41 31


-842
242
261


Feb. March April May


June


July


Aug. Sept.


l5,777 '18,476 '9,290 :17,949 ?12,438 :12,725
8,719 7,974 1,096 14,379 1,538 809


6,358 8.993 10,160
126 1,296 3.582


428
1,283
625
466
534


2


409
1.392
376
' 393
517


461
1,485
501
427
548


7,044
228

424
1,530
437
504
581


;4,817 39,832 27,549 43,075

' ''1 i A .'.' A ."A


Com-
Fiscal parable
Year Period
To Prior
Date F. Y.



l139,398 "120,374
46,516 35,611


6,725 10,347 84,910
800 2,161 11,218

437 450 4,727
1,567 1,523 15,959
505. 547' 6,873
446 5431 4,657
498 572: 5,961


24,952 29,676'


)1 70 87 98 81 82 551
25 35 46 29 27 40 31,

5i 9 6 6 9 6 4!


-9251 157
201 149
14, 31


I I
254' 5691 554 461
727' 1,306 611 91(d
131 191' 2011 145


350 233. 477 -21 -321, 5171


128. 166
22 28


103 239 406'
1,184 1,466: 1,419
135' 167 186
-4 -r-


149 116 146:
58 19 4'


203 333 448
899 983 517
262 285 258


1,7121 2,054 2,267i 2,282 2,088 2,010 1,863: 2,043 2,016
2,352I 2,531. 2,457 2,438 2,496 2,7361 2,514 2,633 2,716
2,187 2,220 2,523, 2,189 2,345 2,1731 2,392: 2,252 2,465
987 1,008 1,053, 1,091 971 1,2181 976, 1,021 1,159
6, 7, 5 5 88 8 '" 6 8
7 .. ...... I........ ........ ..................
7,244I 7,820! 8,305 8,0041 7,907 8,146' 7,745 7,954 8,364

194 2181 171 1621 1161 111 1591 198 198


1,495 1,562: 1,536 1,424 1,627 1,600 1,676' 1.645 1,719


5,805 5,914 5,841

912 915 924

1,151 1,190 1,270

473 504 542
1,799 1,898 1,855


5,8781 5,962 5,949| 5,997'

935 9591 978 959

1,152 1,158 1,413 1,2731

519 486 515 525
2,010 1,945 2,003 1,8881


5,951 7,142

968 975
1,345 1,349


531
1,870


572
677


2,241
2.489
2.400
1,162
92


75,974
8,824

4,474
15,610
4.854
3,930
7,211


320,220 ..........


861
361

68


-435
1.496
313


693
344

70


1,451
1,758
649


653; 4,223 1.892
1,02t 11,044 10,131
300| 2.260 1.880
1-


1,921
2,695
2,183;
1,045
7


22,497
28,057
25,328
11,691
5 8


19,236
26,240
24.240
10,876
82


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

8,317 7,851 1 87,657 80,674

222, 240! 2,008 1.933


1.643i 1,717 17,647 16,291


6.321

1,011

1,221

499
1,692


6,312'

1,020,

1.4021

593 i
1,9171


67,072

10,555

13,924

5,759
19,554


See footnotes on page 3.


60.245

9,074

11,924

4,946
18.146


I I ,







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


Class I l It aiL 'li



L. TLAYS--Clnitnurd
,,pa lilrt ent ,f l Iuu llinz
and.1 I'ran Devl opmlent........
Depairtlient lt the I leriLOr ......
Departnicit, .if Justice ..........
DipN ilienli ol Labo 'r
l'nemnipl 'v -Iy n tIru.-l fund ....
Ot lti. ......................
Dk'partnh.'i.t ', SAt.:.............
Deplartlltn iit ,i T ranl rtat lull.
Highwa Lrus:t fund ..........
O their ......................
Dt pa rtin 1int of The Txreasury-
In it.rest .in the public debt ....
Int' restl on refunds, etc. .....
Antirecession uinancial
assistance f-jnd .............
General revenue sharing .....
Other .....................
Energ) Research and Devel-
opnent Administration ........
Environmental Protection
Agenc' .. ..... .............
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 year4...

Toal Outflaes +pnor yea r...

Surplus (4) or deficit (-) this
year ......................

Surplu r fo t te oin rrn .r .....

See footnotes on page 3.


OL t. Noi.


I I


:110
248
199

969
491
116

671
349

2.870
33

1.672
42

267

274

-101

368

687
-1
4
692

793
1.766

27
122
1 030


-292 |

-74

-71


LXec. Jan.


399 590
240 277
194 215

1 099 1 357,
639 574
58 80

699 558
632 569

3.065 6.421
30 21
532 9
17 10
-357, -206

342 422

412 353

74 102

359 345

731 736
-2 9
3 6
991 708

711 841


352 20
103 61
409 675


-352 -308

-187 -3.546

-120 I -353


517
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


Feb.






409
216
165

1.492
546


297
485

2.774
23


S 91

366

284

-3

321
748
17
5
804

763

47
45
-729


-323

-196

-70


March






583
212
203

1.569
744
132

344
528

2,754
24


-41

380

458

83

352

758
33
7
812

785

37
58
724


-340

-37

-82


April






510
302
195

1.187
643
88

303 I
595

2.878
23
313
1,671
127

409

286

-201 ,

322

761
144
17
761

848

17
97
787


-375 I

-130

-1041


Ma y






f530
235
190

1,207
683'
61

415 1
482

2,99W7
26


June






8575
264
229

984
771
98

499
513

6,384
28


-382

459

416

70

314

758
-3
4
460

850

49
136
716


-332

-3,559

-320


34000 33.079 31,890 '32,617 30.735 34,292 35.363 33,592 32.881 33.630


I l' v S'', <1 V'J'2 5 1 J


-2.419 -2.664


i-12,981 -7,385 -2.419 -2.664

I I/ 1 v: .1


I 9 '" '


-4.469


.i vi -. t1-' "ul


I I.I-I


-.0S 3 *'A 019 8)A>| .


-6.043 -10.194 -8.678


July
I






.568
175
188

926
840
146

465
600

2,909
33

517
1,689
-218
442

368

-103

299

753
5
4
572

871


3
126
697


-3,717 -4,013

-8,049 t -7,731

-2,266 -2,711


il 19'I


i Corn -
Aug. Sept. Year period
Tu o Prior
Date F. Y.




.561 iS5,352 i 15,283
218 2,558 2,052
181 2,173 2,044
1.001 13,182 15.B6!
949 7,500 7,400
80 1,100 1,049

704 5,316 5,751
488 5.871 5,211

2.989 38.922 35.554
35 291 287

1,699 ........
6,759 6,30,
89 -1,081 -11
479 4,J50 3,60W

4841 3,986 3,171

92 -65 -5

355, 3,620 3,38:

772 | 8,256 7,635
-2 217 171
3 62 6:
644 8,155 9,121

804 6,756 7,89:
...... 2.266 561

39 609 19:
96 997 90'
460 5,613 6,93


2


2
9
2
7


2









0
1
2
6

6

2
9

2
i/

2
8
i


-6554 1-9,475
-6.554 [ -9,475








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


Current Month Fiscal Year to Date Securities Held as Investments
Current Fiscal Year
Classification Excess of Excess of
receipts receipts I Beginning of
Receipts Outlays or out- Receipts Outlays er out- B Closeof
lays(-) lays(-) This year Thius month this month


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 Sharinmg............
Highway ........ ....................
Military assistance advances ........
Railroad retirement ................
Unemployment .....................
Veterans life insurance ............. I
All other trust .....................


88,048
773
1,212

195
255




750 1

313
2,161

3


?6.174
1,000
1,385

95
537

-80
-180
147
(-
703
395 1
317
972
-6
-21


81,874
-226
-172

100
-282

80
180
-37
I1 '
47
-395
-4
1,189
6
24


$62,918
8,012
12,211

2,001
2,726


1,081
4,991
6,051

1,769
11.218

44


$62,198
9,980
12,053

810
2,958
-415
-853
410
6,759 I
4,808
-1.737
2.991
9,524
-230
-168


!719
-1,967
157

1,191
-232

415
853
671
-1.768
1,244
1,737 |
-1,221
1,694
230
211


!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


334,697
4,709
11,201

2,293
42,846

2,832
7,279
3,428

10,104
.. ........
3,341
5,522
8,543
153


$36,429
4,482
11,195

2,469
42,577

2,912
7,458
3,378
.............
10. 135
........ i.i5.
3,357
6,834
8,544
173


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

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

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

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


13,821 11,4371
1


2.3841


113,022


109.089


3,933 136,037


1,049 1,049' -0- 23.557 23,557 -0-

14,870 1 12,486: 2.3841 136,579 132,646 3,933


15,855 23,284 -7,4291 212.1891

-39 -39 -0- 166


Total Federal fund receipts and
outlays........................ 15,816 23,245


-7,4291


262,702,

166


212,355 262,868


Total interfund receipts and outlays ....


-50,513

-0-

-50,513


-0-


Net budget receipts and outlays ........ 29,676 34.7201


-5,044 320,2201 366,8001


_-W,580>


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.


136.950


139,945


i


-1,010 1,010. -0- -28.7141 -28.7141








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 taxea.......... ...... .. ............. ..............................
Estate and gift taxes .................................... ....................
Customs....................... .........................................
Miscellaneous.............. .....................................................

Total........................ ..........................................
OUTLAYS


Fiscal Year
To Date


*12.725,308
808.962

10.346.920
2.161,125
449.829
1.522.559
547,004
542,968
571,545
29,676,220


National defense ............................................................... 8.412,066
International affairs ........................................................... 496,607
General science, space, and technology ......................................... 420,232
Natural resources, environment, and energy ..................................... 1,403,762
Agriculture ................................................................... 740,006
Commerce and transportation ...... .. ......... ... ........................... 987,749
Community and regional development............................................ 874,804
Education, training, employment and social services............................. 1,970,081
H health ......................................................................... 3.468,850
Incom e security ................................................................ 11,597,989
Veterans benefits and services.............. .................................. 1,430,129
Lau. enforcement and justice .................................................... 269,235
General government .......................................... 347,275
Revenue sharing and general purpose fiscal assistance ............................ 44,279
Interest ....................................................................... 2,844,332
Undistributed offsetting receipts ................................................ -587,068

Total..................................................................... 34,720,327


s139.398.446
46.516.247


$120.374,061
35,610,650


84,910,417 75,973,750
11.217.742 8,823,615
4,727,159 4,473,501
15,958,008 15,610,003
6.873,023 4.853,580
4,656.576 3.930,398
5,961.442 7,210,678

320,220,059 276,860,245


87,743,788
4,804,142
4,133,341
12,924,484
5,052,476
12.868,088
6,452,948
17,801,483
35,574,724
125,717,876
16,715,337
3,322,209
3,011.190
9,339,005
35,369,827
-14.031,066
366.799.850


82.927,498
5,486,713
3,683,560
11,084,131
1,485.603
13,257.292
5,073,925
16,141,582
31,973,761
118.000,949
17,036,003
3,118,080
2,921,337
7,079,816
33,174,821
-14,454,600
338,050,472


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