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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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Monthly Treasury Statement of ,

Receipts and Outlays of the United States Govet u

for period from October 1, 1979 through April 30, 1980
TABLE 1-TOTALS OF BUDGET RESULTS AND FINANCING (In millions)

Budget Receipts and Outlays Means of Financing
By Reduction
Period Budget By o Cash By Total
Net Net Surplus .) Borrowing and Monetary Other Budget
Receipts Outlays or from the Assets Mean Financing
Deficit (- Public Increase (-)


Current month (April 1980) .................. $61,097 S51,237 -$9,860 $4,631 -$13,542 -4949 .49,860
Actual 1980 (seven months) .................. 289,774 331,658 -41,884 42,672 2,187 -2,975 41,884
Comparative data:
Actual 1979 (seven months) ................ 253,835 286,537 -32,702 20,944 12,426 -667 32,702
Actual 1979 (full year).................... 465,940 493,221 '-27,281 33,641 -408 -5,951 27,281
Estimated 19802 ............................ 532,427 568,933 -36,506 39,300 10,103 -12,897 36,506
Estimated 1981'............................. 628,035 611,546 -16,489 1,500 .............. -17,989 -16,489


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


Actual Actual Actual Budget
Classiicatonctual This Fiscal Comparable Estimates
Classify on This Month Year to Date Prior Period Full Fiscal Year2


NET RECEIPTS
Individual income taxes ........................................ $31,488 $140,769 $120,214 8241,517
Corporation income taxes ...................................... 9,171 35,179 35,614 74,241
Social insurance taxes and contributions:
Employment taxes and contributions........................... 13,667 76,999 65,385 139,917
Unemployment insurance ..................................... 1,646 6,713 5,971 16,812
Contributions for other insurance and retirement ............... 573 3,795 3,513 6,724
Excise taxes .................................................. 2,269 11,242 10,863 25,246
Estate and gift taxes ........................................... 459 3,437 3,007 5,782
Customs duties ................................................ 559 4,120 4,262 7,266
Miscellaneous receipts ......................................... 1,265 7,520 5,008 14,922
Total ...................................................... 61,097 289,774 253,835 532,427
NET OUTLAYS
Legislative Branch ............................................ 113 699 622 1,331
The Judiczary................................................. 39 316 287 623
Executive Office of the President................................ 7 56 47 103
Funds Appropriated to the President:
International security assistance .............................. -24 2,991 492 4,049
International development assistance .......................... 228 984 941 1,760
Other ...................................................... 50 1,278 307 3,358
Department of Agriculture ..................................... 1,900 15,924 15,998 23,962
Department of Commerce ...................................... 364 2,085 2,636 3,485
Department of Defense Military ............................... 11,356 75,799 65,189 130,967
Department of Defense Civil .................................. 239 1,868 1,515 3,229
Department of Energy .......................................... 639 3,093 4,361 6,867
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare.................... 17,698 117,811 103,122 .206.328
Department of Housing and Urban Development ................... 1,366 7,398 4,853 11,994
Department of the Interior ..................................... 360 2,524 2,234 4,097
Department of Justice .......................................... 262 1,572 1,465 2,610
Department of Labor ........................................... 2,486 15,010 12,644 26,186
Department of State ............................................ 186 1,168 798 1,987
Department of Transportation ................................... 1,532 10,807 8,736 18,325
Department of the Treasury:
General revenue sharing ..................................... 1,703 5,119 5,133 6.863
Interest on the public debt................................... 5,764 41,578 33,204 74,700
Other ...................................................... 117 -2,879 -838 -4,618
Environmental Protection Agency ............................... 482 3,264 2,649 5.320
National Aeronautics and Space Administration ................... 398 2,766 2,291 5,001
Veterans Administration ....................................... 2,004 12,601 11,883 20,650
Other independent agencies ..................................... 2,617 20,116 15,341 31.986
Allowances, undistributed....................................... .................. .................. .....................
Undistributed offsetting receipts:
Federal employer contributions to retirement funds ............. -418 -2,949 -2.620 -5.918
Interest on certain Government accounts....................... -179 -6,092 -4.980 -11.690
Rents and royalties on the Outer Continental Shelf lands ......... -57 -3,250 -1.775 -4.600
Total ..................................................... 51,237 331,658 286,537 568.933
Surplus (6) or deficit (-)........................................ 9.860 -41.884 t -32,702 j -36.506
Bee footnotes on page 3.
Source: Bureau of Government Financial Operations, Department of the Treasury.


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TABLE IV--MEANS OF FINANCING (In thousands) 23

Net Transactions
Classilication (-) 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.


16,557,594 !43,489,756
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$24,838,446


$826,519,087 $863,451,249
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$870,008,843
10


6,557,594 43,489,756 24,838,446 826,519,097 863,451,259' 870,008,853


-87,287 -326,299 -1,217,327 7,231,770 6,992,758 6,905,471
6,470,306 43,163,457 23,621,119 833,750,867 870,444,017 876,914,324


1,839,024 491,845 2,676,649 189,161,534 187,814,356 189,653,379
4,631,283 42,671,612 20,944,470 644,589,333 682,629,662 687,260,945
1,885,799 1,238,455 1,137,755 8,154,582 7,507,239 9,393,037

176,076 1,058,866 1,093,251 4,174,771 5,057,561 5,233,636
-278,203 703,172 -467,051 4,342,031 5,323,406 5,045,204

-1,494,336 1,423,996 3,571,492 8,646,702 11,565,034 10,070,698

4,920,619 47,096,101 26,279,917 669,907,419 712,082,901 717,003,520




2,227,646 -1,927,545 -13,546,755 6,489,007 2,333,816 4,561,462
8,048,828 -3,818,311 -554,768 17,686,990 5,819,851 13,868,679
10,276,474 -5,745,856 -14,101,523 24,175,997 8,153,667 18,430,141

15,798 971,814 -339,273 2,725,228 3,681,244 3,697,041
.......... -1,168,000 ........... -1,800,000 -2,968,000 -2,968,000

15,798 -196,186 -339,273 925,228 713,244 729,041


71,587,884
-161,000

-328,074
1,098,810

2,150,988
13,542,070


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-48,444
-156,000
37,969
-166,475


3.,921,089

-2,187,429


730,537 2,175,812
14,272,607 -11,617

-9,351.988 47,107,718

-507.851 -5,223,806

-9,859,839 141,883,912


-31,032
-2,475,000

104,425


8,810,156
2,120,603
-9,423,243
-208,178


8,810,156 8,810,156
484,275 2,072,159
-9,418,243 -9,579,243

157,865 -170,209


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5,122,706 5,690,273 7,460,373 9,611.361
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3,011,497 6,110,205 7,555,4801 8,286,017
-9,414,504 38,201,041 23,916,817 38,189,424
-35,694,421 706378 -688,166,084 -- -678,814.096
.35,694,421 '.631,706.378 1.688,166,084 .678,814.096


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


ClassL iC ation


E\ess Lof liabilities beginning of period.
Based Lin e'impustiiun of unified budget in preceding period.
AdjustmenLt during current fiscal yt.-ar fur ch.aiges in
compuituion of unified budget ..........................


S Tu Fiscal Year to Date
Munth
nth rhis Year Priour Year



5688.166.084 .631,706.378 !595.528,323


Excess uof Lbilities beginning of period (current babs) ...... 688.166.084 631,706,378


Budget surplu. (-i or deficit:
Based on cmpusation of unified budget in prior fiscal year.
Changes in cumpositiun of unified budget.
Profit on sale of guld reclassified frum budgetary to
uff-budget account ...................................

Budget surplus (-) Ur deficit (Table III) ....................

Transactions not applied to current year's surplus ur deficit.
Seigniorage ...........................................
Increm ent on gold .....................................
Proceeds from Currency ...............................
Profit on sale of gold ..................................
Net gain (-1 luss for U.S. currency valuation adjustment ..
Net gain (-1 loss for IMF loan valuation adjustment .......
Off-budget Federal Agencies:
Federal Financing Bank..............................
Pension Benefit Guaranty Fund........................
Postal Service .....................................
Rural electrification and telephone revolving fund .......
Rural Telephone Bank................................

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

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

See footnotes on page 3.


-9.859,.39 41,883,912 32,702,283



-9,859,839 41.883,912 32,702,283

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-56,048 -503,222 -478.979

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.......... -926,747 -1,361,042
- 1.259.810 10,475 -73,393
.......... ........... -78,532


1,847,930
2.789
-76.641
35.380
14,251

507,851

S678,814,096


8,206,024
1 10,359
-1,697.773
34.851
89 839


6,877,038
4,787
-2,015,222
67,232
r0 2)n


5,223,806 2,992,139 1

, 678,814,096 631,222,745 I


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


Classification


Agency securities, issued under special financing authorities:
Obligations of the Umnted 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 Services...................................
Tennessee Valley Authority ........................

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


(-) denotes net reduction of
liability accounts


This Month I


Fiscal Year to Date

This Year Prior Ye


-411,846 -1f67,124


-20,791 -78,359


ar


-?949,917


-74,483


-12,744 -13,786 -25,130


-37 -148 -142


131 119 -654

-42,000 -67,000 -67,000


.......... ..... .... -100.000 ,

-87,287 -326,299 -1.217,327


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Account Balances
Current Fiscal Year

Beginning of Cose of
SThilose Month
.. .. This Month


mis Year This Month


5933,456


766,685

551,184

1,423


21

3,004,000

250.000
1.725,000


T778,178


709,117

550,142


1,312


8

2,979,000

250,000
1,725,000


7,231,770 6,992,758


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t766,332


688,325

537,398


1,275


140

2,937,000

250,000
1,725,000

6,905,471


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TABLE IV--SCHEDULE C (MEMORANDUM)--AGENCY BORROWING FINANCED THROUGH 25

ISSUE OF PUBLIC DEBT SECURITIES (In thousands)

Transactions Account Balances
Transactions Current Fiscal Year
Classification Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of
This Month __ tDer i Close of
This Year ComparablYe This Year This Month Thisa Month
T IsYa Prior Year i


Borrowing from the Treasury:
Commodity Credit Corporation..........................
D. C. Commissioners: Stadium sinking fund, Armory
Board, D.C. ........................................
Export-Import Bank of United States....................
Federal Emergency Management Agency:
National flood insurance fund......................
Federal Financing Bank...............................
Federal Home Loan Bank Board........................
Federal Housing Administration:
General insurance ..................................
Special risk insurance...............................
General Services Administration:
Pennsylvania Avenue Development Corporation..........
Government National Mortgage Association:
Emergency home purchase assistance fund .............
Management and liquidating functions ..................
Special assistance functions..........................
International Communication Agency....................
Rural Electrification Administration....................
Rural Telephone Bank.................................
Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation..........
Secretary of Agriculture, 'Farmers Home Administration:
Rural housing insurance fund.........................
Agricultural credit insurance fund....................
Rural development insurance fund ....................
Secretary of Energy:
Bonneville Power Administration.....................
Secretary of Housing and Urban Development
Department:
College housing loans ...............................
Housing for the Elderly and Handicapped ...............
Low-Rent Public Housing............................
New communities guaranty:
Title IV...........................................
Title VII..........................................
Urban renewal fund .................................
Secretary of the Interior:
Bureau of Mines, helium fund........................
Secretary of Transportation:
Ball Service Assistance .............................
Regional Rail Reorganization.........................
Smithsonian Institution:
John F. Kennedy Center parking facilities.............
Tennessee Valley Authority............................
Veterans Administration:
Veterans direct loan program........................

Total Borrowing from the Treasury .........................

Borrowing from the Federal Financing Bank:

Export-Import Bank of the United States .................
National Credit Union Administration ..................
Postal Service........................................
Tennessee Valley Authority............................

Total Borrowing from the Federal Financing Bank ................
Total Agency Borrowing financed through
issues of Public Debt Securities.....................


$415,000


222,900

24,000
2.123,920


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121,100
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88,200
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72,300
13,451
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300,000


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323,400

246,001
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650,160
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321,640
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72,300
61,132
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430,000
300,000

3,225
26,493
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426,000

42,155
8,532,057


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149,293
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29,750

92,570
20,699
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245.000
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513,926.516

832
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S 445,5556
64,211,034


2,156,655
1,812,166

33,938

1,351,400
14,000
4,221,417
22,114
7,864,742
394,868
112,976

1,005,718
1,850,000
515,000

410,000


2,687,325
520,170
.............

3,762
240,849
300,000

251,650

100
2,704

20,400
150,000

1,730,078


$13,421,926

............
150,500

667,556
71,885,127


2,156,655
1,812,166

31,007

1,880,460
14,000
4,454,857
22,114
7,864,742
442,549
110,976

1,955,718
1,850,000
565,000

410,000


2,687,325
850,170
............

6,987
266,495
250,000

251,650

100
2,980

20,400
150,000

1,730,078


$13,836,926

...............
373,400

091,566
74,009,047
...............

2,156,655
1,812,166

31,182

2,001,560
14,000
4,543,057
22,114
7,937,042
456,000
110,976

2,205,718
1,850,000
575,000

410,000


2,687,325
950,170
300,000

6,967
267,342
250,000

251,650

115
2,980

20,400
150,000

1,730,078


3.741,908 13,347.477 14295,025 106.305,969 115.911.538 119,653.446



........... 895,807 563,000 7,952,887 ,8,48,6 8,848,894
12,000 30,982 ............ ............. 18,982 30,982
........... ........... ............ 1,587,000 1,587,000 1,587,000
255,000 845,000 1.040,000 7,125,000 7,715,000 7,970.000

267.000 1.771.789 1,603.000 16.664.887 18.169.676 18.436.676


4,008,908


15,119,266


15,898,025


122,970,856


134,081.214


138.090.122


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 FEDER




Classificatit.on




Federal Funds:
Department uf 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:
Emergency mortgage purchase assistance:
Agency securities ................................
Special assistance function fund:
Public debt securities............................
Agency securities ...............................
Management and liquidating functions fund:
Agency securities ...............................
Guarantees of Mortgage-Backed Securities:
Public debt securities............................
Agency securities................................
Participation sales fund:
Public debt securities............................
Agency securities................................
Housing Management.
Community disposal operations fund:
Agency securities................................
Department of Interior .................................
Department of Transportation ...........................
Department of the Treasury.............................

Veterans Administration:
Veterans reopened insurance fund .....................

Independent Agencies:
Emergency Loan Guarantee Board.....................
Export-Import Bank of the United States................
Federal Emergency Management Agency:
National insurance development fund.................
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..............................


AL SECURITIES (In thousands;


Net Purchases or Sales -)


Fiscal Year to Date
This Month _


II This Year IPrior Year


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

$1,445



-35.955
-131



650
-1.357

-293

6,080


-40,360




2,080
31.131

-5.319


-94,381
-2.643
5,070

-132.202
-1.781


-133.983


15
............

4.007

400


Department of Commerce .......................................
Department of Defense ................................. -253


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


1.622,860
............
460,970
213,005
............
56,422
-18


-56,00D

27,175



-1.895
-1,625


-16.000

19,085



72.887
-3.384


2.037 ...........

650 ...........
-4,329 -5,091

-1,867 -3,015

21,728 26,064
18,628 2,715

43,163 56,799


... -***. ...........


1,479,870
8.095|
-494,680

7,383


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

-19.671

16,033
-300
27,037
50.912
1,165,799
6.544


...........

968,333

13,359


...........
-7,700
20,000

339,367
-6,000
21.516
32.625


1.562,725
-20.775


Securities Held as Investments
Current Fiscal Year


Begknnmn


This Year



$17,215

104,021



1.992.302
187.263


4.570

96,613

28,592

121,889
38,208

1,379,173
12.380

388

18.800
4,266,116

437.950


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

62,037

5.482,967
78.215
128,284
444,130


4+ I


14,437,669
463.443


-~ i-- a


1.172.343


50
105

5,812

950
-5
-189


-703,135

1.040.974
940.503
............
-229.477
1,394


1,541.951


65
80

5.137

-1,325

-5
263


-2,516,780
564.674

513.963

712,855
........ .


14.901.112


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,.20


01 M Close of
SThis Month
This Month


11.215

129.751



2.026,362
185.768

6.607

93.642

27,018

137,537
56,837

1,462,696
12,380

388
1,479,870
24,815
3.740,304

450.652




42,366

5.593,381
77.915
157,964
489.972


$11.215

131,196



1.990.407
185.637


6.607
650
92,284

26,725

143,617
56,837

1,422,336
12.380


388
1,479,870
26,895
3,771,435

445.333




42,366

5,499.000
77.915
155.321
495,042


15,735,670 15,603.468
471.768 469.987


16,207.438 16,073,455


751
1,700

52,950

700

30
3,288


24.447.352
555.000
6.162.625
13.841.037
50,000
4.688.123
4,032


766
1,700

56,957

1,100

30
3.035


26,070,212
555.000
6.623.595
14.054,042
50.000
4.744.545
4,014


i






TABLE IV-SCHEDULE D--INVESTMENTS OF GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTS 27

IN FEDERAL SECURITIES (In thousands)-Continued


Net Purchases or Sales \Securities Held as Investments
Net Purchases or Sales (-) Current Fiscal Year

Classification Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of
This Month 1Close 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 .....................
Retired 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............................................


-$19,065

309,231
-4,106

-7,393
-125

96,031
45,907
............

-8,600

-6,365
-66,105

-1,672
-552

41,157
425
-75
130

-568,197

11,891
11,011
3359............79
-335,979


$94,637

-2,368,079
-4,106

9,874
-25

659,096
-497,546
10

-9,200

-23,660
-14,260
...........
20,575
-169

927,174
-639
975
245

-1,570,590

23,290
193,573
-1,265
-799,710


$25,000

-569,169
............

45,055
210

511,778
717,749
............

-3,895

-21,432
63,585
............
16,708
470

857,649
690
985
-406

-1,146,102

-18,180
144,671
-5,100
-786,994


11fl,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


$125,302

11,115,803
4,106

509,895
1,240

4,940,491
11,925.204
30

64,225

445.262
7.876.797
135.000
643,382
2,748

10,138,023
3.446
35,904
18,770

62,731,833
275,000
601,494
3,497,694
1,814
2,590,765


9106,237

11.425.034
................

502,502
1,115

5,036,522
11,971,111
30

55,625

438,897
7,810,692
135.000
641,710
2.196

10,179,180
3,871
35,829
18,900

62,163,636
275,000
613,385
3,508,705
1,814
2,254,786


1,854,957 -2,302,818 -887,802 170,634,591 166,476,816 168,331,773
............ ........... ............ 1,015.000 1,015,000 1,015,000

1,854,957 -2,302,818 -887,802 171,649,591 167.491,816 169,346,773


10,925 -188,555 52,710 226,300 26,820 37,745
-2,775 -10,125 -4,990 141,925 134.575 131,800
109,900 1,821,100 1,974,900 2,238,716 3,949,916 4.059.816
............ -100 -120 3,891 3,791 3.791

118,050 1,622,320 2,022,500 2,610,832 4,115.102 4,233,152

118,050 1,622,320 2,022,500 2,610,832 4,115.102 4.233.152


1,839,024 491,845


2,676,649


189,161,534


187,814,356


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


189.653.379






TABLE V--COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS

BY MONTHS OF CURRENT FISCAL YEAR (In millions)


Classification



NET RECEIPTS

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

Total--receipts this
year ................

Total-rerlpts prior year ...

NET 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..........

Total Military.........

Civil .......................
Department of Energy..........
Department of Health,
Education, and Welfare:
Human Development
Services ...................
Health Care Financing
Administration:
Grants to States for
Medicaid ................
Federal Hospital Ins.
Trust Fund ..............
Federal Supp. Med. Ins.
Trust Fund ..............
Other ....................
Social Security Adm.:
Assis. Pmts. Program ....
Federal Old-Age and
Survivors Insurance
Trust Fund ..............
Federal Disability Ins.
Trust Fund ..............
Other ....................
Other ......................


Oct. Nov. Dec.





$18.682:518.972 S20,192
1.476' 1.160 10,206


8,013 12.259 7.963
840 1,650 204

530 5241 507


1,547
5261
646'
838.


1.653
518
605
977


33,0991 38,320

28 74! .1.227


404
1,307
346


97
37

6


862

93
-98



727
1,143
265


1,658
425
595
866


42,617


Jan. Feb. March April





S26,856 815,522 89,056 S31,488
2,237 1,420 9,506 9,171


9,526 14,824 10,747 13,667
675 1,490 208 1,646

574 543 544, 573
1,448 1,378 1,289 2,269
509 506, 494 459
611 519 584: 559
992 1,661 920, 1,265

43,429 37.862 33.351 61,097


I Com-
SFlcal parable
May June July Aug. Sept. Tear Period
t eo FPrior
_Date I F.Y.


8140,769
35,179


76,999
6,713

3,795
11,242
3,437
4,120
7,520


+ *- --- 4i


-_ = S = a = a


790
2,080
268


J8 164


111
68

7


391

136
1,141



1,561
2,225
269


.1.6)9


31 144 22 38


289,774


- J44 4


74
1,981
265


68
1,664
308


113
39

7


-24

228
50



468
1,433
364


699
316

56


2,991

984
1,278



4,091
11,834
2,085


8120,214
35,614


65,385
5,971

3,513
10,863
3,007
4,262
5,008


251J 8


5,845
10,153
2,636


2,591 2,655 2,551 2,598 2,716 2,793 2,874 18,780 16,464
3,111 3,191 3,428 3,581 3,468 3,521 3,696 23,995 21,403
2,859 3,181 2,853 3,331 3,223 3,622 3,230 22,301 18,275
1,619 1,536 1,510 1,445 1,533 1,524 1,557 10,723 9,048

10,180 10,563 10,343 10,955 10,940 11,460 11,357 175,799 65,190


522


1,211

1,875

877
429

585

8,085

1,200
651
954


300
791


494


1,077

1.836

829
567

564

8,082

1,226
1,002
1.088


523


1,158

1,759

827
703

611

8,085

1,221
1,426
187


590


1.354

2,025

869
577

721

8,100

1.226
102
1,291


502


1,136

1.854

910
553

601

8,214

1,255
1,079
933


455


953

2,211

788
1.305

492

8,226

1,249
171
720


482


1,227

2,129
902
591

601


8,247
1,247
690
1.581


1,858
3,093


3,568


8,115

13,689

6,001
4,725

4,174

57,039
8,624
5,122
6,755


1,515
4,361


3,360


6,986

11,526

4,995
4,970

3,826

50,300

7,912
4,353
4,895


-7 --


T- --T


]74I'







TABLE V--COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS 29

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


F isal Cornm-
SFiscal parable
Classification Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. March April May June July Aug. Sept. To Period
Date F.Y.


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-
ment .......................
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-pnor ) ear .........

Surplus (+) or deficit (-) this
year .........................
Surplus f(, or deficit pnor year ......


$1,268 $584
385 303
232 199
1,473 1,412
645 1,046
108 186

733 512
1,053 651

5,125 5,475
1,690 9
-1,651 -131

479 427

417 408
56 1,801
49 28
7 4
688 939
-115 56

1,184 1,127
.. o.. iii ii
476 171
206 207
1,254 935


$1,163
393
255
736
965
255

986
760

4,653
1,715
-132

521

384
889
36
6
875
-166

1,223
1,677
93
-209
1,002

-470

-114
-199


$1,535
437
229
834
862
138

762
786

5,330
1
-286

452

415
1,719
24
4
951
50

1,174
357
208
775


S367
328
190

1,001
1,068
139

794
913

9,804

-1,045

483

328
1,028
29
5
715
78

1,293
4
153
1,224


-400 -388

-531 -4,916
-535 ,-1,258


S1,115 S1,366
318 360
2051 262

1,451 1,442
1,030 1,044
154 186

484 543
841 990

5,427 5,764
1 1.703
250 117

419 482

416 398

67 943
52 79
6 8
618 973
153 -169

1,220 1,298

',111 ,79
97 187
1,481 1,221


-359

-10
-798


-401

-210
-334


f7,398
2,524
1,572
8.350
6,6611
1,1681

4,8151
5,992

41,578
5,119
-2,879

3,264

2,766

6,503
298
41
5,759

-112

8,519
1,677
1,291
8501
7,891

-2,949

-6,092

-3,250


-418

-179

-57


-512

-132

-70


$4,853
2,234
1,465
6,276
6,368
798

3,666
5,070

33,204
5,133
-838

2,649

2,291

6,019
189
37
5,638

-169

7,262
1,785
969
952
4,542

-2,620

-4,980
-1,775


47,807 46,841 44,010 47,988 47,208 46,566 51,237__ ____ 1331,658 ........

42.745 39.188 41.510 40.8'0 17 719 41 725 40.760 ....... 286.537

-14,708 -8,522 -1,393 -4,559 -9,346 -13,215 *9,860 41,884 ........


.11999 -5.961 .4.032 2.506 -5 100 .12.581 +11.478


.12.702


See footnotes on page 3.


.. .. .







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


Classification


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

Trust fund receipts and outlays
on the basis of Table Ill 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 ......


Current Month


Receipts





$140
11

1,707


332
2,210

9,734

241

506

17
1,646
4



16,546


Outlays





$44
18
-35
1,220

-20
927
2,106

8,075

339
1,703
547
-138
383
1,423
87
_21-



16,700


1,187 1,187


17,733


17.886


Excess





296
-8
35
487

20
-595
104

1,659

-97
-1,703
-42
138
-367
223
-87
-17



-153

-0-


-153


Fiscal Year lu Date


Receipts Outlays


11,011
164

9,202

2,126
12,657

53,880

1,670
6,855
3,889

1,259
6,713

35



99,462


1301
163
-923
8,192

-167
3,725
12,169

54,927

2,000
5,119
4,412
1,022
2,068
7,906
12
-149



100,779


Excess





$710
1
923
1.011

167
-1,600O
488

-1,047

-330
1,736
-523
-1,022
-809
-1,193
-12
184



-1,317


15,138 15,138 -0-


114.600


___ 11__ l-


44,550

7


44,557


34,537

7


34,544


10.013

-0-

10,013


197,167

31

197,198


115,916 -1,317


237,734

31

237,765


-40,567
-0-


-40,567


-1,193 -1,193 -0- -22,024 -22,024 -0-


61,097


51,237


9,860 289,774


331,658


-41,884


Securities held as Investments
Current Fiscal Year


Beginning of

This Year This Month


14,377
4
9,252
5,583

3,908
64.502
13,164

27,328

4,974
12,469

3,054
13,793
9,044
199



171,650


f4,940
4
10,138
6,163

4,101
63,517
13,891

25,002

4,688
11,925

2,591
11,116
9,100
315



167,492


-*


Close of
This Month




f5.037
-0-
10,179
6,624

4,124
62,941
14,104

26,625

4,745

11,971

2,255
11,425
9,026
291



169,347


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.






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......................................................... 531,487,554 $140,768,516 8120,056,390
Corporation income taxes....................................................... 9,170,979 35,178.575 35,613.514
Social insurance taxes and contributions:
Employment taxes and contributions ........................................... 13,667,446 76,999,360 65,384,828
Unemployment insurance ..................................................... 1,645,710 6,713,379 6.128,484
Contributions for other insurance and retirement................................ 572,686 3,795,491 3,512,782
Excise taxes .................................................................. 2,269,436 11,242,031 10,862,766
Estate and gift taxes .......................................................... 458,606 3,436,692 3,006,545
Customs...................................................................... 558.888 4,119,888 4.261,726
Miscellaneous receipts......................................................... 1,265.244 7,519,888 5,007,594
Total..................................................................... 61,096,550 289,773,820 253,834,627

NET OUTLAYS
National defense............................................................... 11,592,609 77,451,968 65,592,287
International affairs............................................................ 837,148 6,980,548 2,930,096
General science, space, and technology.......................................... 508,066 3,505,573 2,743,819
Energy ....................................................................... 624,715 3,164,813 5,158,147
Natural resources and environment.............................................. 1,122,738 7.948,065 6,870.934
Agriculture .................................................................. 155,670 4,411,898 7,478.305
Commerce and housing credit................................................... 695,515 4,637,179 2,288.685
Transportation................................................................ 1.655,458 11,772,356 9.507,120
Community and regional development ............................................ 718,244 5,717,645 5,396,933
Education, training, employment and social services.............................. 2,861,127 18,726,813 16,340.451
Health........................................................................ 5,094,068 33,024,115 28,238,676
Income security ...............................................................16,455,986 107,468,730 91,439,998
Veterans benefits and services................................................... 2,006,342 12,618,381 11.899,921
Administration of justice ........................ .............................. 417,257 2,691,187 2,437,318
General government............................................................ 228,783 2,586,888 2,668,336
General purpose fiscal assistance ............................................... 1,739,359 5,952,133 5,911,905
Interest....................................................................... 5,177,321 35,289,867 29.009,065
Undistributed offsetting receipts................................................. -653,696 -12,290.428 -9,375,086
Total.................................................................... 51,236,711 331,657,732 286,536,910


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