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Monthly Treasury Statement of


Receipts and Outlays of the United States Government

for period from July 1, 1976 through August 31, 1976

TABLE I--TOTALS OF BUDGET RESULTS AND FINANCING (IN MILLIONS)


Transition Quarter


Actual transition quarter (two months).

Comparative data:
Actual prior quarter (two months) ...
Actual prior quarter (three months)..
Estimate for transition quarter
(three months)' .............. ..


Budget Receipts and Outlays


Receipts


Outlays


Budget
Surplus (+
or
Deficit (-)


e50,019 f63.477 -?13,457


43,660
72,275

82,132


61.761
90,805
102.110
-.. -L


-18.101
-18.530

-19,978


Means of Financing


- -F---


By
Borrowing
from the
Public

L
?14.697

14.989
23.452
18.946


By Reduction
of Cash
and Monetary
Assets
Increase (-I


?3.055

5.651
-1.751

6,100


By
Other
Means


-M4.295

-2.538
-3.171

-5,068


TABLE II--SUMMARY OF BUDGET REC
1


Classification


RECEIPTS is ; W
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


OUTLAYS (In thousands)


Actual Budget Estimates
Transition Transition
Quarter Quarter-
to Date



.23.288,207 139,729.000
2.201,957 8.925.000


15.265,166
2,545,281
871.960
2.986,355
1,001.128
783,414
1.075.905


21.649 800
2.213.746
1.251.370
4.385.000
1.373.000
1,075.000
1.530.204


50.019.373 82.132.120
?--


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 ............. ........................................... ...................
Departm ent of Labor..............................................................................
Department of State ........................................... .................................
Departm ent of Transportation ......................................................................
Department of the Treasury:
Interest on the public debt ..................................................................
General Revenue Sharing ..................................................................
Other .... ....... ...... .. .......................................... .........
Energy Research and Development Administration ............ ........................................
Environmental Protection Agency ...................... ..........................................
General Services Adm inistration ............ ...................................................
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 Shell lands ....... ...............................

Total .................. ......... ...... ........ .. .......................................
I-.
Surplus (+) or deficit (-) ............................. ........... ............................. ......

See footnotes on page 3.

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


Total
Budget
Financing


?13.457

18,101
18.530

19.978


116,173
62,625
10.323

783,371
516,002
98.275
2,374.204
336.802
14,071,549
376.439
22.552.696
990.871
532,517
369.238
4.123,600
282.188
1,930.427
6.615.818
1.587.184
-41.774
569.692
777 103
-28.986
703.249
2.735.292
3.381.194

-695,554
-1.300.399
-353.337
63.476.782

-13.457.409


234.590
93.871
18.577

1.472.533
599.789
95.932
4.052.275
535.954
24.455.000
727.977
34.468.427
2.642.499
884.100
616 703
6.075.435
401 724
3,402.270
10.100.000
1.626.589
436.758
1.189.589
1.187.914
11 443
908 300
4.370.156
5.104.374

-986 216
-2.116.075
-500.000

102 110.488
-19.978.368


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TABLE III--BUDGET RECEIPTS ANDOUTLAYS (In thousands)


Classification of
Receipts


Individual income taxes:
Withheld ................... .....................
Pr'eidential Electiim Campai.gn Fund................
Other .... .. .....................................

Total --Individual income taxes ....................

Corporation income taxes...........................

Suroial insurance taxes and contributions:
Employment taxes and contributions-
Federal old-age and survivors ins. trust fund:
Federal Insurance Contributions Act taxes........
Self-Employment Contributions Act taxes........
Deposits by States.............................

rotal--FOASI trust fund ......................

Federal disability insurance trust fund:
Federal Insurance Contributions Act taxes........
Self-Employment Contributions Act taxes.......,.
Deposits by States .............................

Totl FDI trust fund .........................

Federal hospital insurance trust fund:
Federal Insurance Contributions Act taxes .......
Self-Employment Contributions Act taxes........
Receipts from railroad retirement account........
Deposits by States ............................
Premiums collected for uninsured individuals....

Total--FHI trust fund ........................

Railroad retirement accounts:
Railroad Retirement Tax Act taxes..............

Total--Employment taxes and contributions ....

Unemployment insurance-
Unemployment trust fund:
State taxes deposited In Treasury ................
Federal Unemployment Tax Act taxes ............
Railroad Unemployment Ins. Act contributions ....

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

Contributions for other insurance and retirement:
Federal supplementary medical ins. trust fund:
Premiums collected for the aged ................
Premiums collected for the disabled .............

Total--FSMI trust fund .....................

Federal employees retirement contributions:
Civil service retirement and disability fund.......
Foreign service retirement and disability fund ....
Other.........................................

Total--Federal employees retirement
contributions .........................


This Month


Gross
Receipts


'11.813.051
129
541.503

12.354.682

1.111,176




4,844.000

2,388,362

7,232,362


637,000

69,654

706,654


996,000
..............

109,205
736


Refunds
(Deduct)







:267.058

422.495






...........


1,105,941 ..........


283,148

9.328,105



1,608,776
204,115
10,689

1,823.579


168,374
15,120


7



1,442


1,442
............

1,4421


Net
Receipts







'12,087.625

688,681




4,844,000

2,388,362

7,232,362


637,000

69,654

706,654


996,000
...........
...........
109,205
736


Transition Quarter to Date


Gross
Receipts


!22.543.729
452
1,559.773

24.103.954

2.996.597




9,266,000
..............
2.300,801

11,572,801


1,218,000
.............o
102,798

1,320,798


1,906,000
..............

161,082
1,472


1.105,941 2,068,554


283,140


9,328,098



1.608,776
202,673
10.689

1.822,138


Refunds
(Deduct







:815.747

794.639


..........


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

..........


..........
..........
..........
..........
..........
.o...o...oo


303,032 __ 20


15,265,185



2,197,313
340,289
12,216

2,549,819


20



..........
4,538


4.538


-- __ -


168,374
15,120


330,109
31,046


Net
Receipts







.23,288.207

2,201,957




9,266,000

2.306,801

11,572,801


1,218.000
.............
102,798

1,320,798


1.906,000


161,082
1,472


2,068,554


303,012


15.265.166



2,197.313
335,752
12,216

2,545,281


Comparable Prior Quarter


Gross
Receipts


'19 451.038
342
1.396.348

20.847,728

2.883,048




8,042,000

2.231.976

10.273,976


1,057,000
... ........ ...
55,933

1,112,933


1.654.000
..............

87.547
1.215


Refunds
(Deduct)


Net
Receipts


r





T829 401 !20.018.327

896.243 1.986.805




........... 8,042,000

........... 2.231.976

........... 10,273.976


........... 1.057.000
........... 5933...............
......... 55.933

........... 1.112,933
-1i---- --


_______________ ___________ 1


1.654,000


87.547
1.215


1,742,762 ........... 1.742.762


264,680


13.394.350



1.393,691
306,763
5,357

1,705,810


- -S. -- t --


330,109
31,046


265.309
29.292


264,568


112 13,394,238



........... 1,393.691
5.552 301.211
........... 5.357


5,552


265.309
29,292


183,494 ........... 183,494 361,156 ..........361,156 294,601 ........... 294,601


273,917
1,266
67


275,250


273,917
1,266
67


275,250


- I __ __ I_ _


498,873
2,597
136


501,607


498.873
2,597
136


501,607


444,614
2,141
71


446,826


444,614
2,141
71


--.-4


-a- a _______-______





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


...........,
.......,...
...........
...........
...........


1.700.259


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


...........


..........
..........
..........
Immmllm l
m'm'gmmm'


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


446,826










TABLE I1--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands)


Classification of
Receipts--Continued


Social insurance taxes and contribute ons--Continued
Contributions for other insurance and retirement--
Continued
Other retirement contributions:
Civil service retirement and disability fund ......

Total--Contributions for other insurance and
retirement.................................

Total--Social insurance taxes and contributions......

Excise taxes:
Miscellaneous excise taxes..........................
Airport and airway trust fund........................
Highway trust fund..................................

Total--Excise taxes ..............................

Estate and gift taxes..................................

Customs duties.....................................

Miscellaneous receipts:
Deposits of earnings by Federal Reserve Banks........
Fees for licenses to import petroleum and petroleum
products..........................................
All other .........................................

Total--Miscellaneous receipts.....................

Total--Budget receipts............................


This Month

Gross Refunds
Receipts (Deduct)





'5.004 I..........


463,748 1..........


Net
Receipts


Transition Quarter to Date


Gross
Receipts


Refunds
(Deduct)


75.004 !9.198 ..........


463,748


871,960


Net
Receipts


S9.198


871.960


Comparable Prior Quarter


Gross
Receipts


!5.172


746.599


Refunds
(Deduct)


Net
Receipts


S5.172


746.599


11.615.433 1.,449 11,613,983 18,686,964 '4,557 18,682,406 15.846.760 i5,664 15.841,096


829,293 15,053 814,241 1,715,261 26,334 1,688,927 1,368,953 22,025 1,346.927
89.798 579 89,219 181,608 579 181.029 212,399 446 211,953
573,521 522 572,999 1,116,921 522 1,116,399 1.349,829 479 1.349,350

1,492,612 16,154 1,476,458 3,013,790 27,436 2,986,355 2,931,181 22,950 2,908,231

554,946 7,916 547,030 1,018,206 17,078 1.001,128 946,293 13,645 932.647

404,161 9,801 394,360 802.873 19,459 783.414 636.526 21.383 615,143


502,447 .......... 502,447 989,521 .......... 989,521 918,701 ........... 918,701

S-8,029 .......... -8,029 -26,817 .......... -26,817 354,749 ........... 354,749
57,228 15 57,213 113,420 218 113,202 84,220 23 84,197

551,646 15 551,631 1,076,123 218 1,075,905 1,357,671 23 1,357,648


28,084,656


724,887


27,359,768


51,698,507


1,679,134


50,019,373


45,449,206


1,789,308


43,659.897


____________ _________________ I _________________ I ________________________ ___________________ ________________________


FOOTNOTES

NOTE: The enactment of the Congressional Budget and Impoundment Control Act of 1974 (Public
Law 93-344) established a new fiscal year period (October 1 through September 30) effective with
fiscal year 1977. There will be a three month transition quarter between fiscal year 1976, which ends
June 30, 1976 and fiscal year 1977 which begins October 1, 1976. The data presented in this state-
ment in the columns "transition quarter to date", and "comparable prior quarter" is cumulative for
the months July through September 1976 and July through September 1975 respectively.


Based on revised estimates of the 1977 Budget update released July 16,
1976.
Pursuant to order of the Federal District Court, fees for licenses to im-
port petroleum products were being held in a deposit fund until adjudicated by
court order. The oil Irrm p.rt fees were upheld by the Supreme Court in a un-
animous decision on J.jr.: .,, 1976 and thereforeamounts held from August II,
1975 triro-Vr June 1976 and amounts held for July 1976 was included in budget
receipts for June 1976 or.d ui: 1976 respectively. On August 19, 1976 amounts
held in the dl,,',sit fund were released by court order and August collections


included in Budget Receipts. The current transactions include $2,053,992.43
collected in August 1976 and refunds of $10,083,112.04.
lIncludes adjustment of interest expense for July, 1976.
4Includes gold tranche drawing rights plus dollars held by the fund for
operating purposes.
transactionss cover the period July 1, 1976 through August 13, 1976 and
are partially estimated.
*Less than $500.00
**Less than $500,000 00


Throughout this Statement, details may not add to totals because of rounding.


I +











TABLE III--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands)


CLI.sstll .Ilu ll of
OUTLAr YS



LA Lisl.di\% i .fitanIli
L ,is l t i Ii, li sra lll~lllt'll
Sn.idt.............................................
H IUbl of Hi pre'",iit.ulve.............................
Joint I II.... .......................................
Cniiigrt..iuii.inl Budget Office ........................
A I chlut ct f)[ tht. C.apltol ....................., ......
Li.bra. y of Cuingress ................................
GIvterniiin. t Pl riintingi Offlte.
GLn'rtr.iul [unmd .tipprpriat.on .. ......................
lt v lvitiig fluld (it.i I ...............................
General AC.ountiiiig Office' ...........................
United Stai .'s Tr.x Couri..............................
Othir ..........................................
IPrtiprictary -rceipts froml the public .................
IntrabudgeLtry transactions..........................

Total-- Legislative Br.nch........................

The Judiciary:
Supreme Court of the United States ...................
Courts of Appeals, District Courts, and other
judicial services ..................................
Federal Judicial Center............................
Space and facilities, The Judiciary ...................
Other ..................................................
Proprietary receipts from the public .................

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

Executive Office of the President:
Compensation of the President.......................
The White House Office .............................
Office of Management and Budget.....................
Office of Telecommunications Policy .................
Special Action Office for Drug Abuse Prevention.......
Other ....................................... .....

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

Funds Appropriated to the President:
Appalachian regional development programs ...........
Disaster relief .....................................
Expansion of defense production......................
Foreign assistance:
International security assistance:
Liquidation of foreign military sales fund .........
Military assistance.............. .............
Foreign military training ......................
Military assistance, South Vietnamese Forces ....
Foreign military credit sales....................
Security supporting assistance......................
Emergency security assistance for Israel.........
Advances, foreign military sales ............ ....
Other .........................................
Proprietary receipts front the public:
Advances, foreign military sales.............
Other ......................................

Total--International security assistance......

See footnotes on page 3.


Tiis Month


Out lv.s A1 ipli a NNl
Rt- I pist Ou layl.i


10,845
1,782
219
641
5.063
9,409

10,619
2,010
8,309
472
962
.............


50.331


570

22.422
391
1,030
2.000


27,013


21
1,130
2,031
264
304
938

4,688


29.036
26.426



-646
200.999
3,469
982
115,584
43.672
9.823
460.521
.............


834,405


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

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



,;i36

736


..... ......
...........
...........
104...........
104
104


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

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


445.578
9,829

455.407


'10.845
1,782
219
641
5,063
9,409

10,619
2,010
8,309
472
962
-736
(-,

49.595


570

22,422
391
1.630
2,000
-104

26.909


21
1,130
2,031
264
304
938

4,688


29,036
26,426



-646
200,999
3,469
982
115.584
43,672
9.823
460.521


-445,578
-9,829

378.998


Transition Quarter to Date


OuiLiy



-21.633
21,309
792
1,109
9,599
18.507

24.846
-3,204
20,067
1,224
2.230

-65

118.045


1.182

41.423
731
16,186
3,835


63.358


42
2,802
3,583
571
756
2,570

10,323


47,083
44,144



-10,769
208,522
5,946
1.056
610.569
258.715
20,502
1,456.287
..............


2.550,827


...........
...........
...........
...........
733

733


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


2














1,665.624
101.832

1.767.456


Aplplit .tblL
ltct 'tptf1

l...........pi

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









1,868

1.873


Compnlarable Prior Quarter


Net
Outlays


21.633
21,305
792
1,109
9,599
18,507

24.846
-3.204
20.067
1.224
2,230
-1.868
-65

116.173


1.182

41.423
731
16.186
3.835
-733

62.625


42
2,802
3,583
571
756
2.570

10,323


47,081
44.144



-10,769
208.522
5.946
1,056
610,569
258.715
20.502
1.456,287


-1.665.624
-101.832

783.371


A lp)Iit i t
HLI ip t11



8
-U










1,775


1.783


1.152 .


17,386
218
2.157
1,592


22,505 *


42
3,002
4.130
428
1,041
2,293

10,936


54.061
46 985



-270
61,728

83,798
23.280
90.016
96.159
915.876
1.901


1.272.489


82

82


Outl.y h



19.l 1b
33,723
9.262

10.092
19.171

14 293
-10,344
21,177
1,213
7,161

-39

124.897


10. 936
____________________ I


73

1,861


53.988
46 985
-1.861


-270
61.728

83.798
23.280
90.016
96.159
915.876
1.901


628.6171 -628.617
41.213 -41.213

669.830 602,659


t _- 4-


-L.------~ ---~ I~


\. I
Oil1 1.1, -


19 18',
33 715
9.21,2

10.092
19.171

14 293
-10.344
21.177
1.213
7,161
-1,775
-39

123.114


1.152

17.386
218
2.157
1.592
-82

22.423


42
3,002
4.130
428
1.041
2.293

10.936







TABLE III--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands)
--- --- i --- ---- .- = =


Classification of
OUTLAYS--Conlinued


Funds Appropriated to the President--Continued
Foreign assistance- -Continued
Indochina postwar reconstruction assistance........
International development assistance:
Multilateral assistance:
International financial institutions............
International organizations and programs ......
Bilateral assistance:
Public enterprise funds:
Development loans revolving fund ..........
Overseas Pr\ ate Investment Corporation ....
Int-r-American Foundation................
Other ....................................
Functional development assistance program....
Payment to foreign service retirement and
disabilt fnd........................ .... .
American schools and hospitals abroad ........
International disaster assistance...............
Other assistance programs ...............
Inlragrvernmental funds.......................
Proprietary receipts from the public ..........

Total--Bilateral assistance.................

Total--International development assistance...

International Narcotics Control Assistance ...........
President's foreign assistance contingency fund.......
Middle East special requirements fund...............

Total--Foreign assistance .......................

Other.............................................

Total--Funds Appropriated to the President.........

Department of Agriculture-
Departmental management .......................
Science and education programs
Agricultural Res arch Ser\ ice ............. .....
Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service........
Cooperative State Research Service ...............
E.iensiun Service ............... ...............
National Agricultural Library.....................

Total--Science and education programs ..........

Agricultural economics:
Statistical Reporting Service .....................
Economic Research Service ......................
Marketing Services................................
International programs
Freign Agricultural Service .....................
Foreign assistant and special export programs ....
Agricultural Stabilization and Cnnservation Sertice-
Salaries and expenses ...........................
Sugar act program ........................ .
Agricultural conservation program (REAP)..........
Cropland adjustment program.....................
Em r c.ncr o ns. r vtvat n mc-ur(e ............... .
F...rest ry incentives programs ....................
Otrier ... ............ ....................... .

'..nd- -Agrii uliural Stabilization and Conservation
-Ser*.Ic ................... .................


Outlays


.397



23,616


17,173
1,108
704
630
39,814

............I..
507
1,870
22,219
-263
...............


This Month

Applicable
Receipts


..........





S1,240
2,788

163




..33,23.
..........



33,263


Net
Outlays


$397


...........
23,616


15,932
-1,679
704
468
39,814

.... ......
507
1,870
22,219
-263
-33,263


Transition Quarter to Date


Outlays


-'3.603


334,476
50,974


52,678
6,764
1,113
1,387
-50,934

580
4,012
5,536
192,324
-420
.......... ...


Applicable
Receipts










'1,376
7.109
...........
922




...73,08..
...........



73,080


Net
Outlays


-'3.603


334.476
50,974


51,302
-345
1,113
465
-50,934

580
4,012
5,536
192,324
-420
-73,080


Comparable Prior Quarter


Outlays


$24,950


166,281
32,441


73,476
5.668
1.548
581
135,660

.......... ,...
2,696
-9,140
14,560
-371
....... .......


Applicable
Receipts


$55,527
8,409
1
1,041
............

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


6,708


83,763 37,454 46,309 213,038 82,487 130,552 224,678 71,686 152,992

107,378 37,454 69,925 598,488 82,487 516,002 423,399 71,686 351,713

834 .......... 834 2,447 ........... 2,447 6,370 ............ 6.370
1,556 .......... 1,556 1,651 ........... 1,651 -1,536 ............ -1,536
3,950 .......... 3,950 6,509 ........... 6,509 6,250 ............ 6.250

948.521 492,861 455,660 3,156,319 1,849,943 1,306,377 1,731,922 741,516 990,406

11 .......... 11 46 ........... 46 396 ........... 396

1.003.994 492,861 511,133 3.247,593 1,849,945 1,397,648 1,833,365 743,449 1,089,915


2,253 .......... 2,253 6,912 ........... 6,912 6,231 ............ 6,231

25,397 .......... 25.397 48,396 ........... 48,396 43,022 ............ 43.022
29.924 .......... 29,924 61,712 .......... 61.712 62,029 ............ 62.029
9,519 .......... 9,519 16,153 .......... 16,153 13,726 ............ 13,726
23,374 .......... 23,374 31,311 ........... 31,311 27,007 ............ 27.007
508 .......... 508 821 ........... 821 734 ........... 734
88,721 .......... 88,721 158,393 ........... 158,393 146.517 ........... 146.517


2,133 .......... 2,133 4,767 ........... 4,767 4,643 ............ 4,643
3,032 .......... 3,032 3,587 ........... 3,587 3,021 ............ 3.021
559 .......... 559 1,141 ........... 1.141 1,364 ............ 1364

2,431 .......... 2,431 6,296 ........... 6,296 6,126 ............ 6.126
191,414 .......... 191,414 210,701 ........... 210,701 311,526 ............ 311.526

9,672 .......... 9,672 15,653 ........... 15,653 12,466 ............ 12,466
2 .......... 2 8 ........... 8 1,293 ............ 1,293
21,518 .......... 21,518 57,808 ........... 57,808 22,096 ............ 22,096
-3 .......... -3 -10 .......... -10 -34 ............ -34
1,153 ......... 1,153 2,322 ........... 2,322 821 ............ 821
613 .......... 613 1,290 .......... 1,290 594 ............ 594
1,750 ......... 1,750 1,883 ........... 1,883 1,563 ............ 1.563


Net
Outlays


?24.950


166,281
32,441


17.949
-2,741
1,547
-459
135.660


2,696
-9,140
14.560
-371
-6,708


0 838800


34,704


34,704


78,954


78.954


38,800


38.800








TABLE Ill--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands)


Classification of
OUT LAYS- -Continuedl



DL'li.lrllii'lli 41i A igr- ultuL'v--Colitinutd
Cmix' 'li' ii iih:
Fedi rial Crop Insurain1L Carpora10.lrii
Fedcr.ia Cr'ip insurance Corpoiratlun fund.........
Administrative and operating expenses ...........
Continxdity Credit Corporation:
Price support and related programs ............
Special activities:
lntragovernmenLal funds......................
National Wool Act program ...................

Total--Commodity Credit Corporation .......

Total--Corporations .........................
Rural development:
Rural Development Service .......................
Rural Electr tfication Administration..............
Farmers Home Administration:
Public enterprise funds:
Rural housing insurance fund.......... ....
Agricultural credit insurance fund.............
Rural development insurance fund .............
Other.............. .............. ....... .
Rural water and waste disposal grants ...........
Salaries and expenses..........................
Other.............. .........................

Total--Farmers Home Administration .........

Total--Rural development ......................

Soil Conservation Service:
Conservation operations......................
Watershed and flood prevention operations........
Other..........................................
Consumer programs:
Agricultural Marketing Service:
Marketing services ..........................
Funds for strengthening markets, income and
supply.....................................
Milk market orders assessment fund...........
Other......................................

Total--Agricultural Marketing Service.......

Food and Nutrition Service:
Food stamp program.........................
Special milk program ......................
Child nutrition program ....................
Food donations program......................

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

Total--Consumer Programs ..................

See footnotes on page 3.


This Month


Outlays


-5.454
1,428

262.130

2,766
361

265.258

272,140


89 .........
1.495 ....


467.250
185.066
91,152
-200
8,534
10,450
1,383

763,635

765,219


19,240
15,932
7.424


Applicable
Receipts




'4.148


145.130

-20


145.109

149.257


Net
Outlays




'1.306
1,428

117,001

2,787
361

120.148

122,883

89
1,495
-- -A1


241,868 225,381
260.456 -75.390
133,663 -42,511
21 1 -221
.......... 8,534
.......... 10.450
.......... 1.383

636,008 127,627

636,008 129,211


Transition Quarter to Date


Outlays


'7.483
2,964

609,811

3,733
770

G14.314

624,761


7!
29
1f


Applicable
Receipts


'6,842


272.102

-20


272,082

278,924


182 ....
3.272. ..........


52,910 447,083
92,623 475.910
69.536 207.231
-398 64


15,314
24,158
4,031

1,258,175

1,261,629


19,240
15.932
7,424


4-- ,- -


.1 523 .........

62.419
1,737 2.085
4,317 .......

69.997 2.085
4--


418,784 ..........
26,523 ..........
48,213 ..........
66
66 ...........

493,586 .........

563,582 2,085


39.146
30,100
13,950


6,102

67,561
3.474
6,833
83,970


1.523

62.419
-348
4.317

67.912


418.784 891.076
26.523 41.787
48,213 238,649
66 254
--I ----
493,586 1,171,766

561.497 1,255,736


Net
Outlays


Outll


641
2.964

337.709

3,754
770

342.232

345 836


182
3.272


Comparable Prior Quarte

ays Applicable
a Receipts




-5.669 '6.856
3.501 ...........


352.246


353.124

362.295
--_ ---__


372.136


372,136

378.992
378.992


206 ...
3,804 ..........


305,827
-183,287
-37,694
-462


.......... 15.314
.......... 24.158
.......... 4,031

1,130,288 127,887

1,130,288 131,341


...... 39,146
.......... 30,100
.......... 13.950


3........911


3.911






.. 3,911.....


3,911


6.102

67,561
-437
6.833

80,059


891,076
41,787
238,649
254

1.171,766

1,251,825


685.984 906 978
333,786 120.381
140.460 157.565
-488 40
11,413 .........
25.453 ...........
3,037 ...........

1.199,646 1.184.965
. .. -4 .


er

Net
Outlays




-$1,187
3.501

-19.891

248
631

-19.012

-16.698


206
3.804


-220 994
213.405
-17.105
-528
11.413
25.453
3.037

14.681


1.203.656 1,184.965 18.692
_---___= __-_ -=-r-


38.038
29,420
13.565


38.038
29.420
13.565


6.265 ........... 6,265

31,773 ........... 31,773
3.411 4.648 -1.237
7.985 ....... 7.985

49.434 4.648 44.787


980,379
641
112,411


S ...........
I ....... ...


1, 093,431 ...... ....


980.379
641
112.411

1.093....31
1.093,431


1,142,865 4,648 1.138,218


----- ---


_.A


--~~ --


1-


631248 ...........
B31 ...........


-


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


r_


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


C53








TABLE li--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands)


This Month Transition Quarter to Date Comparable Prior Quarter
Classification of
OUTLAYS--Continued Outlays Applicable Net Outlays Applicable Net Outlays Applicable Net
Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays


Department of Agriculture--Continued
Forest Service:
Intragovernmental funds ............................
Forest protection and utilization .................
Construction and land acquisition..................
Forest roads and trais ...........................
Forest Service permanent appropriations ...........
Cooperative work ................................
Other ............ .. ... ....................

Total--Forest Service ..........................

Proprietary receipts from the public ................

Total--Department of Agriculture ..................

Department of Commerce:
General Adminrstration .............................
Office of Energy Programs ..........................
Bureau of the Census ..............................
Bureau of Economic Analysis........................
Economic Development Assistance:
Economic Development Administration:
Economic development revolving fund.............
Economic development assistance programs.......
Job opportunities program.......................
Other .........................................
Regional Action Planning Commissions .............

Total--Economic Development Assistance.........

Promotion of Industry and Commerce:
Domestic and International Business Administration..
Minority Business Enterprise.....................
United States Travel Service......................

Total--Promotion of Industry and Commerce ......

Science and Technology:
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration ....
National Fire Prevention and Control Administration.
Patent and Trademark Office .....................
Science and Technrcal Research....................

TotLal--Science and Technology...................

Maritime Administration:
Public enterprise funds .........................
Ship construction.................................
Operating-differential subsidies.................
Other .........................................

Total--Maritime Administration .................

Proprietary receipts from the public .................
Lntrabud~etary transactions........................

ToLtal--Deparrtimint of C-mmerce ................


'817
73,926
1,852
12,464
7,557
5.361
7,748


'817
73,926
1,852
12,464
7,557
5,361
7,748


F3,416
135,589
3,925
-11,911
48.819
10,910
16,479


;3.416
135,589
3.925
-11.911
48,819
10,910
16,479


22.117
129.779
4,759
32.655
93.064
8,926
7,331


'2,117
129,779
4.759
32,655
93.064
8.926
7,331


109,725 ............ 109.725 207,228 ............ 207,228 278,632 ............. 278.632

.............. 25,466 -25,466 ............... "115,974 -115,974 .............. ,70,232 -70,232

2.078.509 812.816 1,265,693 3,903,301 1,529,097 2,374,204 3,586,699 1,638,837 1,947.862


667 ............ 667 4,357 ............ 4,357 4,129 ............. 4,129
187 ............ 187 310 ............ 310 .............. ............. ...............
8,071 ............ 8,071 16.185 ............ 16.185 18,823 ............. 18,823
836 ............ 836 1,785 ............ 1,785 .............. ............. ..............


110 3,054 -2,944 118 6,918 -6,801 22,747 7,239 15,509
21,362 ............ 21.362 56,850 ............ 56,850, 37,722 ............. 37,722
23,465 ............ 23,465 52,400 ............ 52,400 21,543 ............. 21543
2,006 ............ 2,006 4,212 ............ 4,212 5.558 ............. 5,558
9,062 ............ 9,062 23,783 ............ 23,783 16,577 ............. 16,577

56.005 3,054 52,951 137,362 6,918 130,444 104,148 7,239 96,909


4,866 ............ 4,866 10,197 ............ 10,197 10,792 ............. 10,792
4,499 ............ 4,499 9,008 ............ 9,008 9,906 ............. 9,906
738 ............ 738 2,168 ............ 2,168 2,007 ............. 2.007

10.103 ............ 10,103 21,373 ............ 21,373 22,705 ............. 22,705


42,745 241 42,504 80,675 492 80,183 87,260 335 86.925
1.594 ............ 1,594 2,023 ............ 2,023 537 ............. 537
6,141 ............ 6,141 12,629 ............ 12,629 14,080 ............. 14,080
4.925 ............ 4,925 10,858 ............ 10.858 13,845 ............ 13,845

55.405 241 55,164 106,185 492 105,692 115,723 335 115.387


520
14,134
25,433
5,522


2,282


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


45.609 2.282


_ -8.379 ............

168.506 9,657


-1,761
14,134
25,433
5,522

43.328

-4,080
-8.379

158.849


1,311
24,085
48,704
9,801

83.901


4,220




4,220


-2,909
24,085
48,704
9,801

79,681


543
28,267
61,177
12,179

102.166


3,299




3.299


t -- -k---- A -- I .4


-14,090

357.370


8,938
20.569
20.569


-8,938.
-14,090

336,802


....... 6,771
-12,421 .............


355,272


17,644


-2,756
28.267
61,177
12,179

98,867

-6,771
-12,421


-l


337,629


---


...... ......
............
............
............
............
............
............
.oo o,, oo"
,, ,, ,, ,,


............o
............
............


............,
,,,...,,,... ,


.............
.............
.............
.............,
.............
.............
.............




~---


Classificatlon of
OUTLA YS- Continued


This Month


Outlays


Applicable
Receipts


Net
Outlays


Transition Quarter to Date


Outlays Applicable
S Receipts


Net
Outlays


Comparable Prior Quarter

Outlays Applicable Nel
s Receipts Outlays


IXpart ment if Defense Militaryv
Military personnel-
De partmnent of the Army..........................
Departmnent of the Navy .........................
Department of the Air Force......................

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

Retired Miltlary personnel .........................
Operation and maintenance:
Department of the Army..........................
Department of the Navy ..........................
Department of the Air Force .....................
Defense agencies..............................

Total --Operation and maintenance...............

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

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

Research, development, test and evaluation:
Department of the Army.........................
Depart ment of the Navy ..........................
Department of the Air Force......................
Defense agencies ......................... .....


Total--Research, development, test and
evaluation ...............................

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

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

Family housing:
Homeowners assistance fund....................
Other ........................................

Total--Family housing....................... ..

Civil Defense .....................................
Special foreign currency program ...................
Revolving and management funds:
Public enterprise funds:
Department of the Army .......................
Department of the Navy ........................
Department of the Air Force....................
Intragovernmental funds:
Department of the Army .......................
Department of the Navy ........................
Department of the Air Force ...................
Defense agencies..............................

Total--Revolving and management funds .......

See footnotes on page 3.


851.869 ......... .
625.257 ...........
_ 651 329 ...........
2.128,455 ...........

650.089 ...........

675,852 ...........
729.789 ..........
687.612 ...........
187.447 ...........

2,280.700 ...........


-69.445 ...........
628.967 ...........
491 488 ...........
12,416 '...........

1.063.425 ...........


143.855
249.388
278,394
49.894


851.869
625,257
651.329
--4
2,128.455

650.089

675,852
729.7891
687,612
187,447

2.280.7001
--t

-69,445:
628,967
491.488
12,416

1,063.425


143.855
249,388
278,3941
49,894


721,531


721.531


1.682,024 ...........
1.251,213 ...........
1.284,149 ...........

4.217.387 ...........

1.295.728 ...........

1.320.430 ...........
1.453.764 ...........
1.417.865 ...........
403,993 ...........

4.596,052 ...........
-4- -2

-61.083 ...........
1.314.781 ...........
1,136.557 ...........
19.967 ..........

2,410.223 .... ..
4-- --C--- -i


301,566 ...........
491,089 ..........
558.024 ..... ..
99.056 ...........


1,449.736 ...........


.1.682,024
1,251.213
1,284.149

4.217,387

1 295,728

1,320,430
1,453,764
1.417.865
403.993

4.596,052


-61.083
1.314.781
1.136,557
19,967

2,410.223


301.566
491.089
558.024
99.056


1,449.736


1.645.204 ............
1.268 404 ............
1,309.725 ............

4,223,334 ............

1 142,707 ............

1,397,393 ............
1.361.369 ............
1,468,913 ............
404.565 ... ..

4,632,241 ............


385,817
1.318.864
1.062.265
17,811


2,784,758 ............


305,530
518.224 .
561,188
77,143


1,462.085 ............


-44.424 ........... -44,424 52.373 ........... 52.373 133,819 ............ 133,819
56,701 ........... 56,701j 115,257 ........... 115,257 103.461 ............ 103,461
35892 ........... 35,892 72,677 ........... 72,677 54,793 ............ 54.793
1.436 ........... 1,436 2689 ......... 2 689 4.045 ............4.045

49.605 ........... 49,605 242,995 ........... 242,995 296.117 ............ 296.117


303 ........... 303 561 $420 141 550 ........... 550
92.922 .......... 92,922i 184,988' ........... 184,988 182.760 1............ 182.760
____-A-----
93.225 ........... 93,225, 185,549 420 185,129 183,310 ............ 183.310

5.435 ........... 5.4351 10.255 ........... 10,255 3.341 ......... 3.341
484 ........ 484 857: ........... 857 249 ............ 249
.. ......4-..... .. I_. ._....... 4- ...........

99 '34 65 96 156 --60 195 C196 -1
...... ....... .. .. .......... .... ... ....I ... I .. .... ....o.. .

-16,468 ........... -16,468 -5.116 ........... -5,116 -15,088 ............ -15.088
-59.872 ........... -59,872 14,140 ........... 14.140 46.716 ........... 46,716
-4,296 ........... -4.296 -55,408 ........... -55,408 -10.201 ........... -10,201
-11.850 ........... -11,850 -72,213 ........... -72,213 -135,218 ............ -135,218

-92.387 34 -92,421 -118.502 156 -118,658 -113,595 196 -113.791


1 645.204
1.268.404
1.309.725

4.223.334

1 142.707


1.397 393
1.361.369
1.468.913
404 565

4,632.241


385.817
1,318.864
1.062.265
17,811


2.784.758


305.530
518.224
561.188
77.143


1.462.085


TABLE III--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands) C


---- ~-----------~---


- I


I


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


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........... .
. ...........
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TABLE Ill--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS-Continued (In thousands)


Classification of
OUTLAYS- Continued


This Month


L


Department of Defense- Military--Continued
Miscellaneous trust revolving funds .................
Miscellaneous trust funds..........................
Proprietary receipts from the public................
Intrabudgetary transactions........................

Total--Department of Defense- -Military ...........

Department of Defense--Civil:
Cemeterlal expenses, Army ........................
Corps of Engineers:
Intragovern mental funds..........................
Other ...................... ................
Proprietary receipts from the public ..............
Soldiers' and Airmen's Home:
Soldiers' and Airmen's Home revolving fund........
Other..........................................
The Panama Canal:
Panama Canal Company ..........................
Other........................................
Other .. .... ..... ..........................
Proprietary receipts from the public...............
Intrabudgetary transactions ........................

Total--Department of Defense--Civil ............

Department of Health, Education, and Welfare:
Food and Drug Administration......................
Health Services Administration:
Health maintenance organization loan and loan
guarantee fund.................................
Health services .............................. ...
Indian health services and facilities................
Other................ ............................
Center for Disease Control .........................
National Institutes of Health:
Intragovern mental funds .........................
Cancer research.................................
Heart and lung research..........................
Arthritis, metabolism and digestive diseases.......
Neurological diseases and stroke ..................
Allergy and infectious diseases ...................
General medical sciences..........................
Child health and human development ...............
Other research Institutes........................
Other.......................................... .

Total--National Institutes of Health .............

Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health
Administration:
Alcohol, drug abuse, and mental health ............
Saint Elizabeths Hospital ......,.................
COher .................................. ..
iH alih R rjurces Administration:
Public enterprise fund ............ .............
Health resources ...............................
Office of Assistat Sr rcrtary for H (alth..............

Sit f1, on Iijin' 3.


Outlas Applicable Net
ays Receipts Outlays


?6.631 10.217 -P3,586
651 ........... 651
..... ...... 66,259 -66,259
-5.625 ........... -5.625

6.902.216 76.510 6.825.706


6,589
213,071


29
1,121

9,540
6,171
22
...............
...............


236,776


20.851


7,714

24


16,719


3.613
...........


233

6.589
213.071
-7,714

5
1,121

-7,179
6,171
22
-3,613
,.......


Transition Quarter to Date


4 ,- 4


Outlays


'12,407
1,536

-876

14,303.345


703

9,294
383,750


36
2,230

35,397
7,200
50
.............94
-1,194


Applicable
Receipts

c20.521

210,699

.231.796.
231.796


14,178

44


39,401


7,404
...........


4 1 1- + +


28,070


208,706


437,467


61,028


-4-- --_____ -= z- -__


728 ..........
81.168 ..........
27.815 ...........

13,424 .........

48.518 ..........
48.420 ...........
30.818 ...........
11 695 ...........
10.841 ...........
9,290 ...........
11,652 ...........
7,326 ...........
22,468 ...........
4,931 ...........

205.960 ...........


116.687
3.649
40

2.570
56.483
21.592


6.010
...........
........ ,. .


20,267


728
81,168
27,815

13,424

48.518
48.420
30.818
11.695
10.841
9,290
11,652
7,326
22,468
4,931

205,960



116,687
3.649
40

-3 440
56.483
21 592


38,866


2,470
137,690
59.676

27,541

2.290
123.391
63,269
22.788
20.844
23.460
21,073
17,724
48,472
10,883

354.195



199.673
8.849
-21

13.767
133,341
51.079


1,205





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

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




...........
... ....... ,









15,662
......,.....
...........


Net
Outlays

-18,114
1,536
-210,699
-876

14,071,549


703

9,294
383,750
-14,178

-8
2,230

-4.004
7,200
50
-7,404
-1,194


376,439


37,661


2.470
137.690
59,676
(*)
27,541

2,290
123.391
63,269
22.788
20,844
23,460
21.073
17,724
48,472
10,883

354,195



199.673
8,849
-21

-1.895
133.341
51,079


Comparable Prior Quarter


Outlays


Applicable
Receipts


__ __ __ __


s10,302
1.012
... 1.790...
1.790


14,627.649


655

43,339
323,099


38
2,450

36,671
5,943
111
...... -2,10 I.
-2,104


410,201


9!15,880

76,139


92.203


12,254

42


37,202


4,800
.............


54,298


4- 1 4


40,130



145,024
52,864
57
29,364

10,073
121,834
46.085
24.423
26,436
15.601
35.492
22,085
37,789
12,329

352.146



214,288
13,680
19

10.073
93,376
17,456


.............o
.............o


........ .....
.............
............ ::

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












10.257
.............
.............


Net
Outlays


-85.566
1.012
-76.139
1.790

14.535,447


655

43.339
323,099
-12.254

-5
2.450

-531
5.943
111
-4.800
-2,104


355,903


39.312



145,024
52.864
57
29,364

10.073
121.834
46.085
24.423
26.436
15,601
35.492
22.085
37.789
12.329

352.146



214,288
13.680
19

-184
93.376
17.456


(0


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TABLE III--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands)


Classification of
OUTLAYS- -COinlinued


Dt'llrtment of Health, Education, and Welfare--Cunlinued
Education Divisiun
Office of Education:
Public enterprise funds.
Student loan insurance fund ...................
Higher education facilities loan and insurance
fund ....... ..... ........................
Elementary and secondary education .............
Indian education.............. ...... ..........
School assistance in federally affected areas......
Emergency school aid .........................
Education for the handicapped ...................
Occupational, vocational, and adult education ....
Higher education ...............................
Library resources .............................
Educational development ........................
Other........................................

Total--Office of Education ....................

National Institute of Education.....................
Office of the Assistant Secretary for Education......

Total--Education Division.......................

Social and Rehabilitation Service:
Public assistance:
Social Services ...............................
Health care services ...........................
Public assistance and other income supplements...
Work incentives ............ .....................
Special assistance to refugees from Cambodia,
Vietnam and Cuba in the United States..............
Other..........................................

Total--Social and Rehabilitation Service..........

Social Security Administration:
Intragovernmental funds ..........................
Payments to social security trust funds:
Health care services ..........................
General retirement and disability insurance.......
Special benefits for disabled coal miners ...........
Supplemental security income program .............
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund:
Benefit payments ..............................
Administrative expenses and construction........
Payment to railroad retirement account ..........
Vocational rehabilitation services................

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

Federal disability insurance trust fund:
Benefit payments .............................
Administrative expenses and construction ........
Payment to railroad retirement account..........
Vocational rehabilitation services.................

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


This Month


Outlays


Applicable Net
Receipts Outlays


?33,294 -2.697

1,616 352
210,749 ...........
678 ...........
3,496 ...........
13,832 ...........
17,439 ...........
40,191 ...........
161.648 ...........
9.792 ...........
1,368 ...........
10,618 ..........

504.719 3,048

3,742 ...........
1,171 ...........

509.632 3.048



134.493 ...........
865.948 i...........
443,752 ...........
29.280 ...........

15,814 ...........
-_ 4,057 ...........
1.493,343 '...........
= -: -4-

632 ...........

395.196
395,196 ...........

82027 ...........
I__ 376,818 .............

5,627,607 ...........
74.282 ...........

1,889............. ...........

5.701,889 .........


848.094
22,494
...............
15,661

886.249


"30.598

1,264
210,749
678
3,496
13.832
17,439
40,191
161,648
9.792
1.368
10,618

501,671

3.742
1,171 4

506.584
--9


134,493
865,948
443,752
29.280

15.814
4.057

1.493.343


632

395,196

82.027
376,818

5,627,607
74,282
...... ... .


Transition Quarter to Da


Outlays


:51,575

3,230
345,177
1,022
12.245
36.002
38.714
81,256
282.359
19.508
1,846
23,131

R8C 06A


Applicable
Receipts


'4.323

2.153











6.477


9.602 ...........
856 ........... |

906,523 6.477
t __-_. I


199,183
1.837,038
861,468
48,253

24,004
8,274

2,978,220


999

778.967

160,977
893.113

11,226,553
151,042
................


5,701,889 11,377,595 ...........


848,094
22,494
...........
15,661

886.249


1,696,095
46,786
................
10,898

1.753,779


ate

Net
Outlays


4 --4


'47.251

1,076
345.177
1.022
12.245
36,002
38,714
81,256
282.359
19,508
1,846
23,131

889.588

9.602
856

900.046



199.183
1,837,038
861.468
48,253

24,004
8,274

2.978,220
_--= --+


Comparable Prior Quarter

Outlays Applicable Net
Receipts Outla)s





"23,166 -2 828 '20.338

2.742 2,469 272
571,673 ............ 571.673
8,326 ............ 8.326
21.193 ............ 21,193
40.132 ............ 40.132
37.732 ........... 37.732
96.509 ............ 96.509
253,815 ........... 253.815
42.966 ........... 42.966
12,715 ............ 12 715
18,316 ............ 18,316

1.129.285 5.297 1.123.988

9.806 ............ 9.806
2.135 ............ 2.135

1.141.226 5.297 1 .135. 929


333.639 ............
1,339,155 ............
798.375 ............
37.248 ............

13.469 ............
10.060 ...........

2.531.946 ............
__ =


333.639
1,339.155
798,375
37.248

13.469
10.060

2.531.946


999 795 ............ 795

778,967 420,639 ............ 420.639
....... ....... .. ...........
160,977 160.509 ............ 160.509
893,113 836.921 ............ 836,921

11,226,553 10.086.972 ............ 10.086,972
151,042 179,296 ............ 179.296
.............. 10............... ......... ...... ...........


11.377,595 10,266,269 1 ............ 10.266.269
---4-* ------ "


1.696,095 1,504,179
46,786 46.951
89...... 8 ......1..
10,898 1


1.753.779


1,504,179
46,951
... ..........


1.551.131 ............


1.551.131


S I 1 .


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TABLE III--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands)


Classification of
OUTLAYS--Continued


Department of Health, Education, and Welfare--Continued
Social Security Administration--Continued
Federal hospital insurance trust fund:
Benefit payments ..............................
Administrative expenses and construction........

Total--FHI trust fund........................

Federal supplementary medical ins. trust fund:
Benefit payments ..............................
Administrative expenses and construction ........

Total--FSMI trust fund.......................

Total--Social Security Administration ...........

Special institutions:
American Printing House for the Blind..............
National Technical Institute for the Deaf ...........
Gallaudet College................................
Howard University.................................

Total--Special institutions ....................

Assistant Secretary for Human Development:
Human development.............................
Research and training activities overseas..........
Departmental management:
Intragovernmental funds...........................
Office for Civil Rights ...........................
General Departmental management................
Other ..........................................
Proprietary receipts from the public ................
Intrabudgetary transactions:
Payments for health insurance for the aged:
Federal hospital insurance trust fund............
Federal supplementary medical ins, trust fund ...
Payments for military service credits and special
benefits for the aged:
Federal old-age and survivors ms. trust fund ....
Federal disability insurance trust fund..........
Federal hospital Insurance trust fund............
Rrcelpts transferred to railroad retirement account.
Interest on reimbursement of administrative and
vocational rehabilitation expenses:
Federal old-age and survivors ins. trust fund ....
Federal disability insurance trust fund..........
Federal hospital Insurance trust fund ............
Federal supplementary medical ins. trust fund ...
Other ...................... ..................

T'Aa:--DPpartment of Hfalth, Education. and
A'elfare .....................................


This Month


Outlays


,1.107,695
30,800

1,138.495


Applicable
Receipts





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

...........


Net
Outlays





:1.107,695
30,800

1.138,495


Transition Quarter to Date


Outlays






92,183.693
56,801

2.240,494


Applicable
Receipts


Net
Outlays


T2,183,693
56,801

2,240,494


Comparable Prior Quarter


Outlays


Z 1.848,349
52,139

1.900,487


Applicable
Receipts


Net
Outlays


F1,848.349
52,139

1.900,487


437,317 ........... 437.317 838,364 ........... 838,364 702,904 ............ 702.904
42.997 ........... 42,997 88,934 ........... 88,934 80,714 ............ 80.714

480.314 ........... 480,314 927,298 ........... 927,298 783,618 ............ 783,618

9,061,621 ........... 9,061,621 18,133,223 ........... 18,133,223 15,920,370 ............ 15,920.370


201 ........... 201 401 ........... 401 401 ............ 401
848 ...... ... 848 1.647 ........... 1,647 2,298 ............ 2,298
.............. ........... ........... 2.835 ............ 2.835 3,232 ............ 3.232
5.444 ........... 5,444 13,150 ............. 13,150 12.666 ............ 12.666

6.492 ........... 6,492 18,033 ........... 18,033 18.597 ............ 18.597


85.929
233

603
1.981
9,879
1,427



.......94486


-$294


85,929
233

603
1,981
9,879
1,427
294


266,949
368

369
3,948
20,041
2,311
................


-394,486 -778,257


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

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

'2.813


266,949
368

369
3,948
20,041
2,311
-2,813


.............
-778,257










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

...........


128,952
496

8,392
4,133
18,348
282


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


$4.591


I::::::


128,952
496

8,392
4,133
18.348
282
-4,591



-420.639


11.327.621 9.349 11.318.272 22.578.853
-- -- __ _


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


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


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


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.....o....
.........
............


...........


I


26.1561 22.552.696


20.320.580


20.962 20,299.617









TABLE Ill--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands)


Classification of
OUT .AYS- Continued



Department of Houbing and Urban Develupment.
Housing programs:
Public enterprise funds:
Federal Housing Administration fund.............
College housing-loans and other expenses .........
Low-rent public housing-loans and other expenses..
Revolving fund (liquidating programs).............
Other .......................................
Intraguvernmental funds.........................
Housing payments:
College housing grants ..........................
Low-rent public housing.........................
Homeownership assistance......................
Rental housing assistance........................
Rent supplement program .......................
Payments for operation of low-income housing
projects .....................................
Other............................................

Total--Housing programs .......................

Government National Mortgage Association:
Public enterprise funds:
Special assistance functions fund .................
Management and liquidating functions fund.........
Guarantees of mortgage-backed securities.........
Participation sales fund ........................

Total--Government National Mortgage
Association ..................................
Community planning and development:
Public enterprise funds:
Rehabilitation loan fund..........................
Urban renewal fund ............................
Community development grants.....................
Comprehensive planning grants..................
Other........... ..............................

Total--Community planning and development......

New Communities Administration....................
Federal Insurance Administration ...................
Policy development and research .....................
Departmental management:
Intragovernmental funds...........................
Salaries and expenses.............................
Other. ................ .......................,
Other.............................................
Proprietary receipts from the public..................

Total--Department of Housing and Urban Development


This Month


Outlays




t158,416
2,192
12,765
9.264
75
5,626

500
82.932
7,102
30,100
inle "a


JI

40


366


Applicable
Receipts




$163,633
4.796
14,705
2.325
769
...........


Net
Outlays




5.217
-2.603
-1.940
6,939
-694
5.626


500
82,932
7,102
30.100
1n7 n


Transition Quarter to Da


Outlays




-312,944
38.669
35,007
18,808
134
7.395


1,493
194,642
22.507
83.405
oa 5Ca


Applicable
Receipts




$282,553
13,659
23.070
6,798
3.501





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


ate

Net
Outlays




30,392
25,010
11,937
12,009
-3.367
7,395

1,493
194,642
22.507
83.405
3R MOC


Comparable 'rior Quarter

outlays Applicable
Receipts O
~$--------~---t---4


360,933
46.504
74.376
37.365
59
-6,131

1,721
278,648
27 433
59,534
1 1 7


1274,875
15.914
24.558
5.918
2 457
.............




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


Net
utLays




86.059
30 590
49 818
31.447
-2.398
-6 131


1,721
278 648
27 433
59 534
2-1 1"'


.... | 1. 8 .J ..J I .......... ,

1.430 ......... 40,430 85.345 ........... 8 ............... .............85,345 ...............
.... ........... ............ ............... .......... .. ............. s .............

.673 186 228 180.444 835.935 329.582 506.353 912.964 323.722 589 243


546.816 1.159.670
5,556 8.118
64 2.342
-1.527 ...........


550.909 1.170.130


7.519
154.294
155,999
6.964
2.668


2.151
40.257
,. .........
... .
........... "


327,445 42.408
---- 4


20.587
5,984
3.873

-327
-1.953
24

1.273.24...
1.273.214


4,737
3.122
...........




613


1.407.238


-612.854
-2,562
-2.278 ,
-1,527


-619.221


5,368
114,037
155.999
6,964
2.668

285,037


15.850
2.862
3,873

-327
-1,953
24

-1 13024
-134.024


1,150.661 1.278.003
12.489 14.861
764 4.031
15.925 ............


1.179.839 1.296.894


13,245 :
295,765
278,012
13.322
6.312

606,657,


21,953
16,749
7.145

-558
27,931
692
34


2,696,376


4.284
65.601
............
.......... .
............


4,807
3,624


.........,.
............
............


712

1,705,505


-127.342
-2.372
-3.267
15,925


-117.056


8,962
230,164
278.012
13,322
6.312


69,885 536,772
- ~ I


1.435.312
9.646
516
26.744


1.472.217


11.554
350.584
64,999
12,533
32.820

472,490


752,721
16.983
2,613
.............


772,316


3.451
53.989


57.....440...
.............
.............

57 440


17,146 467 1.344
13,125 11,802 2,905
7,145 9,853 ............ .

-558 325 .............
27.931 72.049 ......
692 -28 .............
34 ........ ... .... .........
-712 ............... I191

990.871 2,952,140 1,157,918


682 591
-7 337
-2.097
26.744


699.900


8.103
296.595
64,999
12.533
32.820

415.051

-877
8.897
9,853
325
72.049
-28

-191

1.794.222


- r ----- r---


._----







TABLE Ill--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands)


This Month Transition Quarter to Date Comparable Prior Quarter
Classification of T
OUTLAYS--Continued OuApplicable Net Outlays Applicable Net Outlays Applicable Net
Ouays Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays


Department of the Interior:
Land and Water Resources:
Bureau of Land Management:
Management of lands and resources...............
Payments to counties, Oregon and California grant
lands .........................................
Payments to states from receipts under Mineral
Leasing Act................... .................
Other..........................................
Bureau of Reclamation:
Colorado River and Fort Peck projects............
Construction and rehabilitation...................
Operation and maintenance.......................
Other.................. ..... .................
Office of Water Research and Technology ...........

Total--Land and Water Resources ................

Fish and Wildlife and Parks:
Bureau of Outdoor Recreation......................
United States Fish and Wildlife Service:
Resource management..........................
Recreational resources .................... .....
Other. ......................................
National Park Service:
Operation of the national park system.............
Planning and construction........................
Other........................................

Total--Fish and Wildlife and Parks.............

Energy and minerals:
Geological Survey ...............................
Mining Enforcement and Safety Administration .......
Bureau of Mines:
Helium fund...................................
Other.......................................
Bonneville Power Administraton...................
Other Power Administrations .....................

Total--Energy and minerals ....................

Bureau of Indian Affairs"
Public enterprise funds...........................
Operation of Indian programs ......................
Indian tribal funds ................................
Other. ............................................

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

Office of Territorial Affairs ........................
Office of the Solicitor and Office of the Secretary......
Proprietary receipts from the public..................
Intrabudgetary transactions..........................

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


-20.958

9.088

77,169
7,091

9.262
39,331
9.649
10.495


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

.77.496
............o
............
............


'20,958

9,088

77,169
7,091

1,766
39,331
9.649
10.495


f36,892

59,121

77,169
14,397

23,402
66,800
18,727
25,711


713.901
............
............
.............


$36,892

59.121

77,169
14,397

9,501
66,800
18,727
25,711


627.665

49,348

74,033
13,120

26.505
53,323
16,764
10,544


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

S13,850
.............
.............,
.............


?27.665

49,348

74 033
13,120

12,655
53,323
16,764
10.544


1.595 ............ 1,595 832 ............832 2.285 ............. 2,285

184,638 7.496 177.142 323.051 13,901 309,150 273.588 13,850 259,738

21.990 ............ 21,990 45,208 ............ 45,208 43,664 ............. 43.664

8.514 ............ 8.514 18.876 ............ 18.876 19,110 ............. 19.110
4.822 ............. 4,822 12,896 ............ 12,896 4,430 ............. 4,430
2,190 ............ 2,190 7,443 ............ 7,443 1.442 ............. 1,442

26,387 ............ 26,387 52,986 ............ 52.986 52,708 ............. 52.708
3,739 ..... 8,793 ............ 8,793 15,826 ............. 15.826
6,68 ............. 6,968 13,818 ..... .... 13.818 9,962 ............. 9.962

74.611 ............ 74,611 160,020 ............ 160,020 147,142 .............147,142


17,492 ............ 17.492 42.222 ............ 42,222 53,192 ............. 53,192
6,666 ............ 6,666 13,788 ............ 13.788 13,275 ............. 13.275

820 758 62 1.303 1,440 -138 1,117 1,734 -618
10,094 ............ 10,094 19.430 ............ 19,430 16,223 ............. 16.223
17,828 51,583 -33.755 34,496 71,408 -36,912 34,806 41.558 -6.753
535 ............ 535 1,261 ............ 1,261 1,293 ............. 1,293

53.436 52.341 1,095 112,499 72,848 39,651 119,906 43.293 76,613


1.261 95 1,167 2.134 697 1.437 1,067 372 695
48,149 .......... 48,149 87,822 ............ 87,822 81,638 ............. 81,638
40,417 ........ 40.417 48,245 ............ 48245 26,020 ............. 26.020
18.766 ........ 18,766 80.326............ 80,326 45.535 ............. 45.535

108,592 95 108,498 218,527 697 217,830 154,260 372 153,888

18.007 .... ....... 18.007 28,948 ............ 28,948 12,119 ............. 12.119
5,474 ............ 5.474 11,295 ............ 11,295 17.084 ............. 17,084
.............. 104.866 -104.866 ............... 234,334 -234,334 .............. 167,145 -167,145
-42 ... ......... -42 -42 ............ -42 .............. ............. ................


279,920 854,297


321,780


532,517


444,717 1


164.797


724,099


224,660


499,439






b


TABLE Ill--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands)


1..._.


ClassJificallon of
O1iT LAYS- .oninucld


Drpari ment of Justice:
Uetneral adminisratiun ............................
Legal activities ...................................
Federal Bureau of Investigatigation .....................
Immigration and Naturalization Service..............
F-rderal Pri-.on System.
Federal Prison Industries, Inc. .................
Federal prisons commissary funds..............
Other ..........................................
Law Enforcement Assistance Administration.........
Drug Enforceennt Adminitlration .................
Proprietary receipts from the public................

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

Department of Labor:
Employment and Training Administration:
Program administration, and other ..............
Employment and training assistance ..............
Temporary employment assistance ................
Emergency employment assistance...............
Federal unemployment benefits and allowances.....
Grants to States for unemployment insurance and
employment services ...........................
Advances to the unemployment trust fund and other
funds .........................................
Unemployment trust fund:
Federal--State unemployment insurance:
State unemployment benefits..................
Grants to States for unemployment insurance
and employment services ...................
Federal administrative expenses..............
Railroad unemployment insurance:
Interest on refunds of taxes ..................
Railroad unemployment benefits .............
Administrative expenses....................
Payments of interest on advances from railroad
retirement account.........................

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

Total--Employment and Training Adminis-
tration ..................................

Labor-Management Services Administration .........
Employment Standards Administration:
Salaries and expenses ..........................
Special benefits................... ......... .....
Special workers' compensation expenses...........
Occupational Safety and Health Administration........
Bureau of Labor Statistics ...............................
Departmental management ..................................
Proprietary receipts from the public................
Intrabudgetary transactions .......................

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


This Month


Oullys Applicable
Ou lays Receipts


2.279
20.912
32.369
16.856

-1.440
900
21,271
72.878
15 773


181.798


...........





?818





28.044



...........



...........


6.518
455,675
164.747
-42
133.032


-11,919 ..........

120.575 ...........


1,114,677 ..........

134,008 ..........
2,855 ..........

58 ...........
17,40 ..........
309 ...........


Nut
Outlays



2.279
20,912
32.369
16.856

-1,440
82
21.271
72,878
15 773
-27.226

153.754



6.518
455.675
164,747
-42
133.032

-11.919

120.575


1.114.677

134,008
2,855

58
17.640
309


1,269,547 ........... 1,269.547


2.138,134 ........... 2,138,134
_--- s -.


3,484

8,253
37,664
695
9,982
5,361
11,321
..............
...-...........


I''i''''
....,,.
I.......,,

I
,,,,...,,.
.. .. .
,,,.,o..


2.214,894 1


3.484

... 8.253
37.664
695
9,982
5,361
11,321
17 -17 ....


17 2,214,877


Oull.


E:


47.127
92 460
42.314


-3.535 ..........
1.598 1.592
48.417 ...........
135.851 ...........
32.023 ...........
................ 28.411

399,241 30.003


9,977
880,750
288,349
44
55.852


-31.007 ...........

796,125 ....... .


2.174.025

269.368
6,373

159
30,885
1,291


2,482,101 ...........


Transition Quarter to D

ys Applicable
Receipts



2 .


2,482.101


Comparable Prior Ouaricrr


Outlavs Applicahlh
Receipts


Net
Outlays


ate

Net
Outlays
1

2.986 '
47,127
92 460
42.314

-3 535
5
48.417
135.851
32.023
-28,411

369,238



9.977
880.750
288.349
44
55,852

-31,007

796,125


2.174.025

269.368
6,373

159
30.885
1,291


366
1.309
41.303
154.635
28.603


392.441



17 346
788.745
137.935
-1.360
309.608


1.314









............
901

2.215




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


62.458 ............

1.443.851 ............ 1


2.918.675 ............

163.908 ............
7.454 ............


220
12,827
1,490


5 865
40 825
83 603
35 930

386
-5
41.303
154 635
28.603
-901

390.226



17 346
788.745
137.935
-1 360
309.608

62 458

.443.851


2.918.675


163.908
7.454

220
12.827
1.490


3.104,574 ............ 3.104.574


4,482,191 ........ 4.482,191 5.863.156 ............ 5.863.156
tzl _-'"" '-- ..... .....


7,351 i...........

13,977 ...........
9.634 ...........
833 i...........
18.892 ..........
11,347 ...........
9,514 ..........
..... 140
i0,000 j.........


1
2





-45

4,12


3,740


7.351


13,977
29,634
833
18,892
11,347
9.514
-140
-450,000


4,713 ............


I...=


140 I 4,123,600


4.713


10.725 ............ 10.725
12.606 ............ 12.606
1.294 ............ 1.294
11,878 ............ 11.878
7.267 ............ 7.267
10.830 ............ 10.830
.......... 1 33 -33
-1.443,000 ............ -1,443,000

4,479,470 33 1 4.479,437


I


c


Ilrrnn


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


...........
...........
...........
...........,
...........


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

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


...........
.........I...
............


5 865
40 825
83,603
35 930










TABLE Ill--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands)


Classification of
OUTLAYS-- Continued


Department of State:
Administration of foreign affairs:
Intragovernmental funds......................
Salaries and expenses .......................
Acquisition, operation and maintenance of buildings
abroad.......................................
Payment to Foreign Service retirement and
disability fund ............................. ...
Foreign Service retirement and disability fund .....
Other....................... ................

Total--Administration of foreign affairs.........

International organizations and conferences..........
International commissions ........................
Educational exchange..............................
Othe r:
Assistance to refugees Irom the Soviet Union ......
Special assistance to refugees from Cambodia
and Vietnam..................................
Other..................... ........... ........ .
Proprietary receipts from the public...............
In rabudgetary transactions:
Foreign Service retirement and disability lund:
Receipts transferred to Civil Service retirement
and disability fund ..........................
General fund contributions .....................
Other.... ............ ...................

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

Department of Transportation:
Office of the Secretary .................... ....
Coast Guard:
Trust revolving fund ............................
Intragovernmental funds ........................
Operating expenses ..........................
Acquisition, construction, and improvements......
Retired pay ...................................
Other..........................................

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

Federal Aviation Administration:
Aviation war risk insurance revolving fund .......
Operations ........................ .......
Other.........................................
Airport and airway trust fund:
Grants-in-aid for airports .....................
Facilities and equip ent.......................
Research, engineering and development .........
Interest on relunas of Ltxes....................
Other............................. ..........

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

Total -Federal Aiation Administration.......


This Month


Outlays


-4581
32,830

2,982

6.296
310

41,837


Applicable
Receipts


Net
Outlays



4581
32.830

2,982

6,296
310

41,837


Transition Quarter to Date


Outlays


$774
73.352

-3,909

1,590
12,293
870

84.971


___________ _____________


Applicable
Receipts


Net
Outlays


4'774
73,352

-3,909

1,590
12,293
870

84,971


Outlays


r1.354
40.278

-2.249

10.014
597

49,994


Comparable Prior Quarter


Applicable
Receipts


Net
Outlays


?1,354
40.278

-2,249


10,014
597

49,994


2,452 ........... 2,452 170.201 ........... 170,201 94,807 ............. 94.807
1,238 1........... 1,238 4,203 ........... 4,203 3,676 ............. 3,676
10.891 ........... 10,891 16,256 ........... 16,256 12,584 ............. 12.584

269 ........... 269 4,721 ........... 4,721 1,517 ............. 1,517

2,285 ........... 2,285 12,711 ........... 12,711 29,236 ............. 29.236
1,745 ........... 1,745 3,767 ........... 3,767 1,542 ............. 1,542
.............. $11,185 -11,185 ............... .-12,422 -12,422 ............... r14,382 -14.382



-23 ........... -23 -49 ........... -49 -90 ............. -90
.............. ........... ............ -2,170 ........... -2,170 ............... ............. ........ ....
.............. ........... ......... ............... ........... .............. -43 ............. -43

60,693 11,185 49.508 294.610 12,422 282,188 193,224 14,382 178.842


6.098 ........... 6,098 16,648 ........... 16,648 19.718 ............. 19.718

328 441 -113 752 881 -129 926 998 -72
120 ........... 120 -602 ........... -602 1,418 ............. 1,418
64,142 ........... 64,142 128,991 ........... 128,991 111,773 ............. 111.773
7,7211 .......... 7,721 21,098 ........... 21,098 16,459 ............ 16,459
10,859 ........... 10.859 21,670 ........... 21,670 18,653 ............. 18.653
9,698 ........... 9,698 i 16,374 ........... 16,374 11,264 ............. .11,264


92.867


-124 ..........
124,781 ..........
2,644 ...........

6,992 ...........
15 855 ...........
4.885 ...........
26 ...........
-148 ..........

27.611 ...........

__ -2 -- --.--- --4


92,426


-124
124,781
2,644

6.992
15.855
4.885
26
-148

27,611

154.912


188,283


-120
257,194
5.257

18,169
32.008
13.194
26
20

63.418

325,749


1
...........
...........

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


...........
i1


187.402


-120
257,194
5.257


18,169
32,008
13,194
26
20

63,418

325,748


160,492


- -~-1 ---4-


8
232,406
5.494


2


_______________ -


57,253
30.869
12.146
4.
306

100.579

338,487


159,494


6
232.406
5.494


57,253
30.869
12,146
4
306

100.579


2 338,485


--


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


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


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


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


S.....








TABLE Ill--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands)


This Month


(la.ssiflrc.i l n -if
OUT .A YS- Co(nltinuti


Depll rtnent ul Tral'abpturtall)ii--Cioiitiiut'd
Federal Hil hw.iy Arini strat I;:
1~lt~v,.i\ fitj'.iut + I. . .
Othu r.. ... ... .. .. ...............
Hi:ghlu.y trust fund:
Federa.l-aid highways .........................
Hight-of-way revolving fund....................
Other. ..... ....... ...................

Tt.il-- Fedur.il Hiahl\ .Iy Administration .......

National Highway Traffic S.Iety Administration:
Tra.fic .and highway safety.......................
Trust fund share of highway safety programs .....
Other .........................................
Federal Railroaid Administration:
Alaska Railroad revolvuig fund...................
Railroad research and developnclit ...............
Rail service assistance........................
Grants to National Railroad Passenger Corporation.
Other.,,.......................................


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

Urban Mass Transportation Administration .........
Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation.....
Proprietary receipts from the public .............,

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

Department of the Treasury:
Office of the Secretary:
Public enterprise funds.........................
Presidential election campaign fund...............
Other...................................... .....
Bureau of Government Financial Operations:
Public enterprise funds:
Check forgery insurance fund ..................
New York City seasonal financing fund............
Salaries and expenses..........................
Special payments to recipients of certain retirement
and survivor benefits. ........................
New York City seasonal financing fund,
administrative expenses.......................
Claims, judgments, and relief acts..............
Interest on uninvested funds....................
Payment of Government losses In shipment........
Eisenhower College grants ..............,......
Other ............, ..........,.... .........

Total--Bureau of Government Financial
Operations.....,..............,............

Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms............
United States Customs Service:
Salaries and expenses.................... ..,..
Other......... ................ ............
Bureau of Engraving and Printing...................
Bureau of the Mint...............................
Bureau of the Public Debt..........................


Oullays



4 507
4.368

623,163
5.509
619

638.166


2.323'
10,000
1.385

5 538
2,709
1.439
7.096
1,797


18.579

69,692
672
994........696.......

994.696


26.417 ...........
3.192 ...........


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

10 948

(*)
34
4,109
17
41

375

15.524

8.918

24,433
15.451
4,581
4.177
11.640.


Applicable Nut
IRceipts Ouutlay.-


...........











. 4..858
...........















4.858
4.858

63
956
3.344


4.507
4 368

623,163
5.509
619

638 166


2.323
10.000
1.385

681
2.709
1.439
7.096
1,797


13 722

69,630
-283
-3.344


9,660 985.035


Transition Quarter to Date


OLutl Applicable Nvt
RCOullipLs Outlays


8.588
6,326

1.106 859
7,206
-3.139

1.125.840


5,872
21.500
-3.289

16,988
9.962
1.775
103,222
3 275


135.222

132,732
1 193


1.949 751


9.426
...........





9.426

63
1.794
7.158

19.323


26,417 29.958 ...........
3,192 6.399 ...........


........ .. .... ...... ..... ..... .. ....... .
.......... ........... 850.000 850,000
........... 10,948 22.119 ...........

........... ( ) -804 ...........

........... 34 165 ...........
........... 4,109 9,284 ...........
........... 17 312 ...........
........... 41 60 ...........

...... .... 375 .......


........... 15,524 881.535 1 850.000

...... .... 8.918 18,594 ...........

........... 24,433 48.303 ...........
........... 15,451 37.618 ........
..... 4,581 3,251 .. .....
........... 4,177 4,816 ...........
........... 11.640 18.616 ........


""'""


C',rinIl .ailIt Prior (Qu.irl,


8.588
6.326

1.106,859
7 206
-3,139

1.125,840


5,872
21,500
-3.289

7.562
9.962
1.775
103.222
3.275


125.796

132.670
-601
-7.1581

1,930.427



............
29.958
6,399




22.119

-804
165
9,284
312
60

399

31.535

18.594

48,303
37.618
3,251
4,816
S 18616


(Jull.I VS



5.1 3
9,759

1 134 197
4.624
61
1.153,776


4.232

4,548

12.857
8.013
6.436
80.0001
1,324


108.630

164.943
760

1.969. 486......
1.969.486


Appli .L lIt



ct tS............













11.970
............




11.970

79
1.487
5.418

19 954


............... ..... ... .... .......... ....545
4.545 ............. 4.545


...... ............. ..........
2......399 ............. ..........
20.399 .............

10.410 ...........

8.342............
367 ............
19 .............

2 ............


39.539

15,156

59,206
26.717
6,422
7,4371
S 14.853j


......

20 399

10 410


8.342
367
19
'. 2..


............. 39.539

............. 15.156

............. 59.206
............. 26.717
............. 6.422
............. 7.437
........... .14.853


See footnotes on page 3.


_ __ __ __ _


Outlays



5 133
9,759

1,134,197
4 624
61
I 153.776


4 232
13 900
4.548

887
8 013
6.436
80 000
1 324


96 660

164.865
-727
-5.418

1.949.532


rrrrr


-'i-


-- --









TABLE Ill--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands)
T I


Classification of
OUTLAYS-- Continued


Department of the Treasury--Continued
Internal Revenue Service:
Federal tax lien revolving fund.....................
Salaries and expenses.............................
Accounts, collection and taxpayer service...........
Compliance......................................
Payment where credit exceeds liability for tax ......
Interest on refund of taxes.......................
Internal revenue collections for Puerto Rico ........

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

United States Secret Service........................
Office of the Comptroller of the Currency .............
Interest on the public debt (accrual basis):
Public issues ...................................
Special issues..................... .........

Total--Interest on the public debt ................

General revenue sharing ..........................
Proprietary receipts from the public ................
Receipts from off-budget Federal agencies............
Intrabudgetary transactions ........................

Total--Department of the Treasury................

Energy Research and Development Administration:
Operating expenses................. ........ ....
Plant and capital equipment .........................
Other.............................................
Proprietary receipts from the public .................

Total--Energy Research and Development
Administration..................................

Environmental Protection Agency:
Revolving fund for certLfication and other services...
Agency and regional management ... ..............
Energy research and development.................
Research and development.........................
Abatement and control ...........................
Enforcement.....,................ ..........
Construction grant ..................... ......
Other............... ...................
Proprietary receipts from the public ...............

Total--Environmental Protection Agency..........

General Services Administration:
Real property activities..........................
Personal property activities:
Intragovernmental funds.......................
Federal Supply Service, operating expenses.......
Records activities.......................... .......
Automated data and telecommunications activities....

See footnotes on page 3.


Outlays


S21
3,513
53,744
61,206
10,391
29,140
5,297


This Month


Transition Quarter to Date


Applicable Net Outlays Applicable
Receipts Outlays uays Receipts


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


552
3,513
53,744
61,206
10,391
29,140
5,297


$21
7,038
123,295
139,908
80,582
56,059
18,933


5105
..........
..........
..........
..........
..........
..........


Net
Outlays


-!84
7,038
123,295
139,908
80,582
56,059
18,933


Comparable Prior Quarter


Outlays


$93
7,329
117,086
143,932

45,678
20,539


Applicable
Receipts


i f i ________- i


E28
..........
..........
..........
..........
..........
..........


163,311 -30 163.341 425,838 105 425,733 334,658 28 334,630

10,703 ......... 10,703 20,654 .......... 20,654 13,861 .......... 13,861
5,620 17,695 -12,075 11,887 39,595 -27,708 11,450 27,836 -16,386

2,147,534 ......... 2,147,534 5,162,858 .......... 5,162,858 4,450,701 .......... 4,450,701
714,248 ......... 714,248 1,452,960 .......... 1,452,960 1,354,786 .......... 1,354,786

2,861,782 ......... 2,861,782 6,615,818 .......... 6,615,818 5,805,487 .......... 5,805,487

409 ......... 409 1,587,184 .......... 1,587,184 1.525,139 .......... 1,525,139
............. -52,210 52,210 .............. 71,481 -71,481 ............. 82,867 -82,867
............. 100,383 -100,383 .............. 207,187 -207,187 ............. 24,474 -24,474
-25,225 ......... -25,225 -380,874 .......... -380,874 -555,592 .......... -555,592

3,130,931 65,838 3,065.094 9,329,596 1,168,368 8,161,228 7.308,879 135,204 7,173,675


241,012 ......... 241,012 475,191 .......... 475,191 415,599 .......... 415,599
95,312 ......... 95,312 94,577 .......... 94,577 48,799 .......... 48,799
18 ......... 18 30 .......... 30 7 .......... 7
.............. 22 -22 .............. 107 -107 -1 25 -26


336,341 22 336,320 569,798 107 569,692 464,404 25 464,379


3 48 -45 3 66 -63 ............. 136 -136
9,844 ......... 9,844 14,296 .......... 14,296 16,598 .......... 16,598
10,717 ......... 10,717 19,013 .......... 19,013 6,286 .......... 6,286
16,559 ......... 16,559 26,972 .......... 26,972 25,721 .......... 25,721
20,315 ......... 20,315 57,198 .......... 57,1C8 56,665 .......... 56,665
4,112 ......... 4,112 8,036 .......... 8,036 7,345 .......... 7,345
274,331 ......... 274,331 648,262 .......... 648,262 340,267 ......... 340,267
2,264 ......... 2,264 3,414 .......... 3,414 7,823 .......... 7,823
.............. 9 -9 .............. 26 -26 ............22-22

338,146 57 338,088 777,195 92 777,103 460,705 158 460,547


84,935

9,072
8,512
4,188
2,422


569


84,935

9,072
8,512
3,619
2,422


-47,379

4,061
30,611
12,189
-2,467


892
..........


-47,379

4,061
30,611
11,297
-2,467


-111,615

-40,616
29,518
10,855
-12,035


......87
1,687
..........


Net
Outlays


T65
7,329
117,086
143,932

45,678
20,539


-111,615

-40,616
29,518
9,168
-12,035


- -









TABLE Ill--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands)


Classification of
OUTLA YS- Continued


General Services Administration--Continued
I'roperty management and disposal activities..........
Preparedness activities.............................
General activities ...........................................
Proprietary receipts from the public-
"tockpile receipts ...............................
Other ........................................
Intrabudgetary transactions ........................

Total--General Services Administration...........

National Aeronautics and Space Administration:
Research and development ..........................
Construction of facilities............................
Research and program management ..................
Other .............................................
Proprietary receipts from the public...................

Total--National Aeronautics and Space
Administration................................

Veterans Administration:
Public enterprise funds:
Loan guaranty revolving fund ....................
Direct loan revolving fund.........................
Veterans reopened insurance fund..................
Education loan fund .............................
Other ..........................................
Compensation and pensions................... ......
Readjustment benefits.............................
Medical care ......................................
Medical and prosthetic research.....................
General operating expenses ........................
Construction projects ..............................
Insurance funds:
National service life.............................
Government life.................................
Veterans special life ... .......... .............
Other ......................... ....... ...........
Proprietary receipts from the public:
National service life............................
Government life................................ .
Other ........................................
Intrabudgetary transactions:
Payments to veterans life insurance funds:
National service life ...........................
Government life ...............................

Total--Veterans Administration ...............

Independent Agencies:
Action ..........................................
Arms Control and Disarmament Agency............
Board for International Broadcasting ...............
Civil Aeronautics Board ..........................

See footnotes on page 3.


This Month


Outlays


S9
789
5,284
.............

-1

115,210


287,826
7,625
64,012
-10
.............


Applicable
Receipts




1147
11,624
1,468


13,808



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


359,453 34
--- -- -


40,348
8,051
1,497
211
18,651
698,891
295,806
318,035
7,808
35,320
14,268

35,354
4,142
2,064
8,874



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


20,718
14,322
1,803
1
18,056







3,651


42,526
440
2,955
..........


-194 .........
-3 ..........

1,489,123 104,473


11,507 64
471 ..........
11,941 ..........
7,441 5


Net
Outlays


29
789
5,137
-11,624
-1,468
-1

101,401


287,826
7,625
64,012
-10



359,419
--

19,630
-6,271
-306
209
595
698,891
295,806
318,035
7,808
35,320
14,268

35,354
4,142
-1,587
8,874

-42,526
-440
-2,955


-194
-3

1,384,650


11,443
471
11,941
7,436


Transition Quarter to Date


Outlays



'27,927
2,201
11,237


-1227

38,153


551,312
18,820
131,483
1,854



703,468


81,950
19,692
3,106
406
38,203
1,393,137
540,719
633,726
15,572
78,475
28,886

100,538
8,412
4,221
13,849

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



-351
-7

2,960,534


27,126
1,237
17,080
15,129


Applicable
Receipts




2196
52,263
13,788


67,139




..........


21
219


36,512
27,485
4,984
3
38,349








7,437


107,452
933
2,086


..........


225,243


88
.........
..... ....


Net
Outlays


327,927
2,201
11,041
-52,283
-13,788
-227

-28,986


551,312
18,820
131,483
1,854
-219


703,249



45,438
-7,793
-1,879
403
-146
1,393,137
540,719
633,726
15,572
78,475
28,886

100,538
8,412
-3,216
13,849

-107,452
-933
-2,086


-351
-7

2,735,292

27,039
1,237
17,080
1 ln


5a,1 9


~1


Outla


Comparable Prior Quarter

ys Applicable
Receipts C


-$408
1,968
11,389


-1,103

-112,046


529,349
20,684
127,871
99



678,003



82,535
21,577
2,988
536
35,795
1,270,587
827,138
553,420
14,192
75,137
21,942

69,063
9,503
3,417
13,660





-358
-3

3,001,131


t-1


...........
Z7
68
29,126
3,565


34,453



18..........
...........
...........
. .... .....
182


outlays


-!408
1,961
11,321

-29,126
-3,565
-1,103

-146,499


529.349
20,684
127.871
99
-182


182 677.821


38,418
26,569
5,231
5
35,061

...........
23

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



7,767
...........

73,408
1,952
94


..........,

188,528


28,662
736
8,953
13,464


88
...........


44,117
-4,992
-2,243
531
734
1,270,587
827,138
553,397
14,192
75,137
21,942

69,063
9,503
-4,349
13,660

-73,408
-1,952
-94


-358
-3

2,812,602

28,574
736
8,953
13,454


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i


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TABLE III--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands)

This Month Transition Quarter to Date Comparable Prior Quarter
Classification of
OUTLAYS--Continued OutlaApplicable Net Outlays Applicable Net Ou s Applicable Net
Outlays Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays Iay Receipts Outlays


Independent Agencies--Continued
Civil Service Commission:
Civil Service retirement and disability fund ........
Payment to Civil Service retirement and
disability fund ..................................
Salaries and expenses...........................
Government payment for annuitants, employees
health benefits................................ ..
Employees health benefits fund....................
Employees life insurance fund ....................
Retired employees health benefits fund.............
Other.................... ......................
Proprietary receipts from the public ..............
Intrabudgetary transactions:
Civil Service retirement and disability fund:
Receipts transferred to Foreign Service
retirement and disability fund...............
General fund contributions....................

Total--Civil Service Commission ...........

Commission on Civil Rights ........................
Community Services Administration .................
Consumer Product Safety Commission ..............
Corporation for Public Broadcasting.................
District of Columbald
Federal payment ................................
Loans and repayable advances ....................
Emergency Loan Guarantee Board...................
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission ..........
Federal Communications Commission ..............
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation ..............
Federal Energy Administration .....................
Federal Home Loan Bank Board
Public enterprise funds:
Federal Home Loan Bank Board revolving fund ...
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corp. fund...
Interest adjustment payments .....................
Federal Maritime Commission.....................
Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service...........
FedFral Power Commission ........................
Federal Trade Commission........................
His'nrical and Memorial Commissions ...............
Intergovernmental agencies-
Washinglon Metropolitan Area Transit Authority ....
O their .........................................
International Trade Commission ....................
Interstate Commerce Cor mmssison...................
Legal Sert' irce Corporation .........................
Na liunal Credit Union Administration ...............
National Foundation on the Arts and the Humanities...
National Labor Relations Board ....................
National Science Founddaion ........................
Nuclear Regulatory Commission ....................
Post 1 service .................. ...................


$752,890

100
11,944

31,682
198,274
27,676
1,417
-1,569
.............


-452
-100


1240,050
96,504
1,310
2....
2


$752,890

100
11,944

31,682
-41,776
-68,828
107
-1,569
-2


1,499,223

145
22,550

34,363
410,743
107,109
2,839
76
.............


-1,063
-145


413,784
126,601
2,038

3


a1,499,223

145
22,550

34,363
-3,041
-19,492
802
76
-3


-1,063
-145


51,270,254

87
26,375

21,995
329,545
72,953
2,765
-1,832
.............


...........
S302,737
136,718
722
..........


81,270,254

87
26,375

21,995
26,808
-63,765
2,043
-1,832
-1


1,021,861 337,866 683,995 2,075,841 542,426 1,533,415 1,721,443 440,178 1,281,265

574 ........ 574 1,343 ...... 1,343 1,190 ........... 1,190
64,359 3 64,356 85,723 17 85,706 65,514 35 65,479
4,326 1 4,326 7,686 1 7,685 5,325 1 5,325
............. ..... .... ......... 26,000 ........ 26,000 ............. ........... ............
............. ......... ......... 90,396 ......... 90,396 57,950 ........... 57,950
30,000 ......... 30,000 95,000 12,286 82,714 55,700 ........... 55,700
5 ......... 5 5 1,346 -1,341 133 1,715 -1,581
3,989 1 3,989 11,165 5 11,160 9,764 2 9,762
3,967 1 3,965 8,371 6 8,365 9,617 2 9,615
19,433 34,664 -15,232 173,388 172,688 700 134,033 268,989 -134,956
13,807 65,112 -51,305 26,287 65,114 -38,826 24,021 -37 24,058


5,539 3,751 1,788 70,472 112,714 -42,242 173,370 61,883 111,487
3,270 83,418 -80,148 13,432 135,994 -122,562 5,877 102,028 -96,151
82 ........ 82 228 ........ 228 554 ........... 554
571 2 569 1,302 4 1,298 1,196 4 1,193
1,259 (") 1,259 2,973 (*) 2,973 2,874 (*) 2,874
3,012 8 3,004 6,216 9 6,207 5,925 2 5,923
3.909 3 3,906 7,754 9 7,745 6,401 7 6,394
4,491 2,285 2,206 12,134 5,325 6,808 4,214 2,357 1,857

23,589 ......... 23,589 49,287 ......... 49,287 100,390 ........... 100,390
349 138 211 810 276 534 995 257 738
713 ........ 713 1,624 ......... 1,624 1,564 ........... 1,564
4,102 167 3,935 8,738 170 8,568 8,475 12 8,463
5,603 ....5..... 5603 16,416 ......... 16,416 ............. ........... ............
2,515 1,840 674 4,401 2,152 2,250 2,951 2,736 215
14,414 (*) 14,414 27,217 (*) 27,217 23,832 1 23,831
5,208 7 5,202 11,957 21 11,935 11,107 28 11,078
69.445 193 69,251 123,119 263 122,856 147,691 9 147,682
16,167 (*) 16,167 30,334 9 30,325 28,169 (*) 28,169
............. ......... .......... 434,130 ......... 434,130 1,587,185 .......... 1,587,185


See footnotes on page 3.












TABLE Ill--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands)


Classification of
OUTLA YS-- Continued


Independent Agencies--Continued
Railroad Retirement Board:
Payments to railroad retirement trust funds........
Railroad retirement accounts:
Benefit payments, etc ..........................
Administrative expenses .......................
Interest on refunds of taxes......................
Proprietary receipts from the public ..............
Intrabudgetary transactions:
Railroad retirement accounts:
Payments to railroad retirement trust funds.....
Interest transferred to federal hospital insurance
trust fund.......................................


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

Securities and Exchange Commission ................
Selective Service System...........................
Small Business Administration:
Public enterprise funds:
Business loan and investment fund ................
Disaster loan fund.............................
Lease guarantees revolving fund ................
Surety bond guarantees revolving fund ............
Salaries and expenses...........................
Proprietary receipts from the public ...............
Intrabudgetary transactions ......................

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

Smithsonian Institution ............................
Temporary study commissions ....................
Tennessee Valley Authority:
Tennessee Valley Authority fund ...................
Proprietary receipts from the public ..............

Total--Tennessee Valley Authority.............

United States Information Agency:
Salaries and expenses...........................
Special international exhibitions...................
Other................. .........................
Proprietary receipts from the public ...............

Total--U.S. Information Agency ................

United States Railway Association ...................
Water Resources Council ...........................
Other Independent Agencies.........................

Total--Independent Agencies ......................


This Month


Outls Applicable Net
outlays Receipts Outlays





"309,561 ......... ?309,561
2,066 ......... 2,066
(*) ......... 1";
............. () (


311,627


4t 4


311,627


Transition Quarter to Date Comp

Outlays Applicable Net Outlays
Receipts Outlays


arable Prior Quarter

Applicable Net
Receipts Outlays


1-


$613,116
4,441
2
.............


617,559


(*)


?613,116
4,441
2
(<)


*571,830
3,812
10
.............


S 617,559 575.652


'571,830
3.812
10
M


- 575,651


3,690 32 I 3,689 i 8,007 .4 8,003 9,279 -5 9,274
1,290__ 1,290 3,287 i *3,287 8,121 8,121

58,028 31,527 26.502 106,730 59.224 47,507 213,484 53,139 160.345
21,834 15,748 6,086 40,155 30,056 10,099 116,821 30,415 86,405
519 81 437 515 130 386 396 120 276
1,396 382 1,064 2,455 828 1,627 2.958 668 2.290
3,256 ......... 3,256 4,220 ........ 4,220 8,078 .......... 8,078
............. 1 -1 ............. 2 -2 ............. 5 -5

85,032 47,688 37,344 154,076 90,240 63,837 341,736 84,348 257,388

9,895 2 9,894 21,369 6 21,363 16,834 20 16.814
850 ......... 850 2,287 i 2,287 3,088 200 2,888

239,201 174,215 64,985 463,305 284,372 178,933 419,062 245,199 173,863
.............2 -2 ............. 4 -4 ............. 2 -2

239,201 174,217 64,983 463,305 284,377 178,928 419,062 245,201 173,861

15,202 ......... 15,202 38,763 ......... 38,763 39,678 .......... 39,678
415 ......... 415 990 ......... 990 ,64 .......... 1,56
295 ......... 295 543 ......... 543 327 .......... 327
... .......68 -68 ............. 127 -127 ......... .. -219 219

15,911 68 15,843 40,296 127 40,169 i 41,569 -219 41,788

1,750 .... .. 1,750 2,750 ........ 2,750 4,500 .......... 4,500
623 422 201 1,655 462 1,193 1,238 277 961
4,797 379 4,418 9,603 1,176 8,427 9,047 98 8,949

2,032,586 752,307 1,280,278 4,808,517 1,427,322 3,381,194 5,679,402 1,210,237 4,469.165


See footnotes on page 3.


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TABLE III--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands)


Classification of
OUTLAYS- -Continued


Undistributed offsetting receipts
Federal employer contributions to retirement and
social insurance funds:
Legislative Branch:
United Slates Tax Court:
Tax court judges survivors annuity fund........
The Judiciary:
Judicial survivors annuity fund .................
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust
fund....... ................ ... .............
Federal disability insurance trust fund...........
Federal hospital insurance trust fund ............
Department of State:
Foreign service retirement and disability fund....
Other independent agencies:
Civil Service Commission
Civil service retirement and disability fund ....
Receipts from off-budget Federal agencies:
Independent agencies.
Civil Service Commission:
Civil Service Retirement and Disability Fund

Subtotal .................... .........

Interest on certain Government accounts:
Interest credited to certain Government accounts:
The Judiciary:
Judicial survivors annuity fund..............
Depart ment of Defense:
Civil:
Soldiers' and Airmen's Home permanent fund.
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare:
Federal old-age and survivors ins. trust fund ..
Federal disability Insurance trust fund .......
Federal hospital insurance trust fund.........
Federal supplementary medical ins. trust fund .
Department of Labor:
Unemployment trust fund....................
Department of State:
Foreign service retirement and disability fund..
Department of Transportation:
Airport and airway trust fund ................
Highway trust fund...........................
Veterans Administration:
Government life insurance fund ..............
National service life insurance fund ...........


This Month


Outlays


Transition Quarter to Date


r 7 4- 1 r


Applicable
Receipts


Net
Outlays


Outlays


+ I + 4-


-i65

-76,000
-10,000
-16,000

-1,242


-271,141


-$65


-76,000
-10,000
-16,000

-1,242

-271.141


-$8

-129


-148,000
-20,000
-31,000

-2,665


-445,710



-48,042


Applicable
Receipts


Net
Outlays


-Z8

-129


-148,000
-20,000
-31,000

-2,665


-445,710


-48,042


Comparable Prior Quarter


Outlays


-$8

-63

-133,000
-17,000
-27,000

-2,046


-370,514



-66,134


4-


Applicable
Receipts


Net
Outlays


-28

-63


-133,000
-17,000
-27,000

-2,046


-370,514


-66,134


-374,448 .......... -374,448 -695,554 .......... -695,554 -615,764 ........... -615,764


-156



-56,442
-9.065
-1,237
-1,227

-45,012

-55

-288
-5,963

-16
-6,163


-156



-56,442
-9,065
-1,237
-1,227

-45,012

-55

-288
-5,963

-16
-6,163


-156



-62,672
-9,740
-3,555
-2,373

45,067

-85

-433
-7,613

-20
-8,113


-156



-62,672
-9,740
-3,555
-2,373

-45,067

-85

-433
-7,613

-20
-8,113


-55,311
-9,905
-3,567
-1,754

-48,768

-70

-373
-3,693

-17
-8,113


-55,311
-9,905
-3,567
-1,754

-48,768

-70

-373
-3,693

-17
-8,113


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


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


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


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


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


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TABLE


Classification of
OUTLAYS--Continued


Undistributed offsetting receipts--Continued
Interest on certain Government accounts--Continued
Interest credited to certain Government accounts--
Continued
Civil Service Commission:
Civil service retirement an disability fund ...
Railroad Retirement Board:
Railroad retirement accounts..................
Other ........................................
Adjustment of interest on public debt issues to
convert to the accrual basis .....................

Subtotal .....................................

Rents and royalties on the outer continental shelf lands .

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

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

TOTAL BUDGET

Receipts ( ).......................... .... ...............

Outlays (-) .............................................

Budget surplus (+) or deficit (-).......................


This Month

Outlaws Applicable
Outlays Receipts


--64,762

-12,446
-152


-346,887

-549,871

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


2288,953


AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands)

Transition Quarter to Date

Net Oulas Applicable Net
Outlays Receipts Outlays


-S64,762

-12,446
-152

-346,887

-549,871

-288,953


-924,319 288,953 -1,213,272
r _I r


33,847,136 4,276,538


29,570,598


(Net Total)

27,359,768


Comparable Prior Quarter

Outlay Applicable Net
Receipts Outlays


-867,489 .......... --67,489 -468,207 ............. -68.207

-13,882 .......... -13,882 -20,557 ............ -20,557
-457 .......... -457 -4,133 ............ -4,133

-1,078,745 .......... -1,078,745 -1,052,00 ........-,7,7 -1,052,9.... --1.052,900

-1,300,399 ......... -1,300,399 -1,277,365 ............ -1,277,365
-- "-- -- ---- ... -
S.............. 353,337 -353,337 .............. 2271,801 -271,801

-1,995,953 353,337 -2,349,290 -1,893,129 271,801 -2,164,930
72,528,977 9,052,196 : 63,476,782 67,590,313 5,829,009 61.761,304

(Net Total) (Net Total)

50,019,373 43,659,897


-29,570,598 : -63,476,782 -61,761,304

-2,210,830 -13.457,409 -18,101,407


-j ___~ ________-


MEMORANDUM

Receipts offset against outlays (In thousands)

Current
Transition
Quarter


Proprietary receipts..............................
Receipts from off-budget Federal agencies...........
Intrabudgetary transactions........................

Total receipts offset against outlays............


83,172,171
207,187
6,953,951

10,333,308


Comparable
Prior
Quarter

$1,507,391
24,474
10,683,184

12,215,048


m*


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


Classification


(Assets and Liabilities
Directly Related to the Budget)


LIABILITY ACCOUNTS

Borrowing from the public:
Public debt securities, issued under general
financing authorities:
Obligations of the United States, issued by:
United States Treasury ...........................
Federal Financing Bank............................

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

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

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

Deduct:
Federal securities held as investments of
government accounts (See Schedule D)..............

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

Accrued interest payable on public debt securities..........
Deduct:
Accrued interest receivable on public debt securities
held as investments of government accounts..........

Total 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,.........................................

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.


Net Transactions
(-) denotes net reduction of either
liability or assets accounts


Account Balances
Current Transition
Quarter


Transition Comparable Beginning of
This Month Quarter Prior Close of
to Date Quarter ThisQuarter This Month This Month






$8,781,976 $12,895,714 S14,523,654 $620,432,182 5624,545,920 8633,327,896
.......... ......... -560 75 75 75

8,781,976 12,895,714 14,523,094 620,432,257 624,545,995 633,327,971


352,557 213,293 -17,075 10,852,770 10,713,506 11,066,063

9,134,533 13,109,008 14,506,019 631,285,027 635,259,501 644,394,035


401,286 -1,588,462 -482,913 151,565,894 149,576,146 149,977,432

8,733,248 14,697,470 14,988,932 479,719,133 485,683,355 494,416,603

-1,694,501 528,989 752,589 4,234,274 6,457,763 4,763,262

346,887 1,078,745 1,052,900 311,922 1,043,781 1,390,668


-2,041,388

8,805
214,392

-2,948,612


-549,756

10,732
413,785


-756,326


3.966,445 13,815,904
i


1,658,181


7,756

7,756


-3,125,540


9,453

9,453


......... ..........
25,716 31,343
338,000 593,000

-12,402 -14,715

351,313 609.628
---_-= ... --- --
-59,810 -548,484
-4- -- 1
1,957,440 -3,054,943

-1,261,063 -1,266,166

696,377 -1,788.777

*3,270,068 .-15,604,681
-I

-1,059,238 -2,147,272

*2.210,830 '13,457.409


-300,311

-113,366
207,160

-10,440,074


3,922,351

2,629,119
3,050,678

5,644,863


5,413,983 3,372,595

2.631,046 2.639,851
3,250,071 3,464,463

7,837,149 4,888,537


4,342,341 494,966,145 504,815,604 508,782,049
_____ _____ ---


-4,020,550


-96,633

-96,633



-331,107
158,352

173,032

277

-1,533.628
-5,650.535

-8,233,030

13,883,564
-18.225,905


-124.498

-18.101.407


14,834,741 10,051,019


2,315,900
-700,000

1,615,900


6,700,000
978,837
-4,466,289

22,420

3,234.968

4.023,558
23.709.166

2.849,716

26,558.882


2,317,597
-700,000

1,617,597


6,700,000
984,464
-4,211,289

20.108

3.493,283

3,534.884
18.696.783

5.376,945

24.073.729


-468.407,262 480.741.875

.......... -1,088.034

468.407,262 .479,653.842


11,709.201

2,325,353
-700,000

1,625.353


6,700.000
1,010,180
-3,873,289

7,705

3.844.596

3.475.074
20.654.223

4.115.882

24.770.106

484.011.943

-2.147.272

481.864.671


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


Cl ssl ificai on



Excess of liabilities bglniinin of per iod
Based on composition of unified budget In preceding period...
Ad)sitments during current fi-cal year for changes in
i.,mpoitlion if unified budget.............................

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

Budget surplus (-) or deficit:
B.,I.-d on --'nipoliti'in of unified budget in prior fiscal year...
Ch.IL a* I ill cumpu- ition of unified budget ..................

Budcg t surplus (-) or deficit (Table IIl).......................

Transactions not applied to current year's surplus or deficit:
Se lnior ag.i.: .............................. ............... .
Inc re'rnin on gold........................................
Net gain (- I,,-s for U.S. rurrnct'v \.luation adjustment ....
Conversion of interest rti l pt., u. go~ crnnlent accounts to
an accrual basis........................................
Off-budiet Federal agencies:
Export-Import Bank of the United States .................
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...........................


This
Month


Transition Comparable
Quarter Prior
to Date Quarter


0480.741,875 '468.407.262 -395,345.957


480 741.875 468.407.262 395.345.957

2,210.830 13 457.409 18,101,407
2.2.8... 3. ......4 ...........
2.210.830 13.457.409 18.101,407


-33.551

-13.313


29,899
-586
215.133
32.634
2.609
-240
826,654


-55.866 I
...........
-16.628


82,834
-636
S-169.071
54,802
12.727
-1,588
2.240.698


-135.648

87,723


133,905
-1.236
-1.210,424
69.906
19,280
-1.917
1.162.909


I 1.059.238 2,147.272 124.498
484.011.943 484.011.943 413,571,862


See footnotes on page 3.


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


Net Transactions
(-) denotes net reduction of
liability accounts


Account Balances
Current Transition
Quarter


Classification


Agency te(uriies. issued under special financing authorities
Obligationi ol Ihe Uruted 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 Adminiatration .....................
Department of Transportation
Coast Guard
Family Housing Mortgage ........................
Obligations not guaranteed by the United States, issued by:
Department of Defense
Homeowners Assistance Murligages ....................
Department of Housing and Urban Develupment
Government National Mortgage Association.............
Independent agencies:
Postal Service........................................
Tennessee Valley Authority ...........................

Total agency **ecurnites................... .........


I.


!367,200 T367.200


-12,740

-2,012


-19.833

1,063


-89

-35,000

-100,000


35.5 1,93i -705 1,8270 1.1.56 1,6.6


-*12,266

30.045


-46

193

-35,000


!2.593.115


1,168,914

581,069

2.090


2,582

4,180,000

250,000
2,075,000


2,593,115


1.161.822

584,143


2,058


2,368

4,145,000

260,000
1.975,000


12,960,315


1.149,082

582,132


2,042


2,493

4,145,000

250,000
1.975,000


352,557


213,293 1 -17,075 10,852.770


10.713,506 11,066,063







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

ISSUE OF PUBLIC DEBT SECURITIES (In thousands)

Transactions Account Balances
Current Transition
Quarter
Classification Transition Comparable Beginnng of
This Month Quarter Prior g ng lose of
to Date Quarter This Month
This Quarter This Month


Burro% ing f"rn Ithe Treasury:


Agency for International Development ...................
Commodity Credit Corporation..........................
Export-Import Bank of the United States .................
Federal Financing Bank................................
Federal Home Loan Bank Board .........................
Federal Housing Administration:
General insurance fund...............................
Special assistance functions ................. ......
Government National Mortgage Association:
Emergency Home Purchase Assistance fund ...........
Management and liquidating functions ..................
Special assistance functions...........................
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 the Department of Housing and Urban
Development-
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 Interior:
Rail Service Assistance ....... .......... .
Regional Rail Reorganization .................... .......
Smithsonian Institution:
John F. Kennedy Center parking facilities................
Tennessee Valley Authority............................
United States Information Agency.......................
Veterans Administration:
Veterans direct loan program ........................
D. C. Commissioners: Stadium sinking fund, Armory
Board, D. C. ........................................


T.tI Rrr.,rr.,,,m from the Treasury ...... .. ................

Bmnr, mg from the Federal I .un my Ban k
Postal Service ......................................
Tennessee Valley Authority.............................
Export -import Bank of the United States .................

Tral Biirri ni, rom the Federaiuj a, ing Bank ..............

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


313,000
-43,300
902,430




-653,868

44,158
32,825


............
-474,879

2,638,665
-43,271

120,000
52,000

-497,663

371.858
56.756
6,821
............


-85,400
273,593
117,316
1,191,274
110,706

49.000
71.000

571,490

124,539
.... 8......
-800O


75,000 75,000 ......


.. 15,802
...........


4,024

23
16,952
............


6,820



......-1,000
...........
...........

-1,000


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


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

........I.. ............
........... ............

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

............ -832


65 000 380.000


30.000


751.047 3.655.212 2 538.538
-- -_ _L _


?2.840,048
10,824
22,413,168
1,533,954

2,727,268
1,939,000

1,562,450
58.190
4.503.299
7,511.917
191,388
118.476

755,718
676,000
285,000


2,811,000
115.819

1,771
6,671
800,000

250 650

52,479
1,522

20,400
150,000
22,114

1,730,078

1,663


P3.001.926
54,124
24,149,403
1,490,683

2.847,268
1,991,000
1,718,655
58,190
4,830,999
7.535,848
198.209
118.476

755 718
676.000
285.000


2,811,000
119 843

1,794
7,822
800.000

250.650

52.479
1,522

20.400
150.000
22,114

1,730,078

832


:i u,, ,


..............
:3,314.926
10.824
25,051.833
1.490,683

2,847,268
1,991,000
1,064,787
58.190
4,875,157
7.568.673
198.209
118.476

755.718
676,000
360,000


2.811,000
119,843

1,794
23,623
800.000

250,650

52.479
1,522

20,400
150.000
22,114

1,730,078

832

'i ,1 .' '


-1 -


2,748.000 2.748,000
2,180.000 2.495.000
4.984.600 4 984.600
' "...',, 1i A." ..,


63.003.468


65 907.633


2.748.000
2.560.000
4.984.600



66 658.679


Note: Includes only amounts loaned to Federal Agenciest in lieu or Agency Debt issuance and excludes Federal Fincaniing Bank purchase of loans
made or guaranteed by Federal Agencies. The Federal Fiancing Bank borrows from Treasury and issue' its uwn securities and In turn
may loan these funds to AgencieL in lieu of Agencies borrowing directly through Treasury or issuing their own securities.


T.lh IIJ~ (,I II
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TABLE IV--SCHEDULE D--INVESTMENTS OF GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTS
IN FEDERAL SECURITIES(In thousands)


Classification




Federal Funds
Department if Agriculture
Agency securities .. ...............................

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

D apartment of Hou.sing and L'rban Development-
Federal Huusing Administration
Federal hi'u-ing adminlrt ration fund
Public debt -ecurities ..........................
Agency securities ..............................
Government National Mortgage Association
Special assi.stance function fund
Agency securiue s..............................
Management and liquidating lunclions lund
Agency securities.............................
Guaranteetrs Of Mortgage-Backed Securities-
Public debt securttiei ..........................
Agency securities..............................
Participation sales fund
Public debt securities ..........................
Agency securities..............................
Housing Management
Community disposal operations fund
Agency securities. .............................
Rental housing assistance fund ....................
New Communitie, Administration
New communities fund............................
Federal Insurance Administration
National insurance development fund ...............

Department of the Interior
Bonneville Power Administration....................
Department of Transportaron ........................
Department oi Treasury..............................

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

Independent agencies
Emergency Loan Guarantee Board...................
Federal Energy Admirustration .....................
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation:
Public debt securities ............................
Agency ecurties. .................................
National Credit Union Administration ................
O ther.............................................

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

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

Trust Funds
Legslative Branch
Untted States Tax Court ............................
Library of Congre.. ...............................
The Judiciary
Judicial Survivors Annuity Fund ....................

Department of Agricullure .............. .............

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

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

Department of Health. Education, and Welfare
Federal old-age and -urviv'jrs insurance trust fund
Public debt -ecurities ...........................
Agenc', se uri eh. ................................
Ft deral d.is bilJiy insurance trust fund ...............
Federal hospital insurance trust fund
Public debt ec urntes ............................
Agencyv % ecuriltie ................................
Federal .upplm mentarv mrdiral insurance trust fund...
Other.................................. ..........


Net Purchases or Sales (-)
7- r
Transition I Cor
This Month Quarter
to Date Q






P1.415 $3,240




37.842 37,848
-1 -2


-574 -1.203

45 -143
2.273 3.511


16.439 -20,503


........... ............. -
705 3,455



1.521 1,521


31,580 34,315

3.441 10,094


1.020 3,152


parable
Prior
quarter
This Q


52,245


Securities Held as Investments
Current Transition Quarter
Beginning of Close of

carter This Month This Month
t --


!35.215
101.755


!35.215
103.580


45.571 1.524.203 1,524,209
-2 191,207 191.205


16.657

-605
1,036
1,031

-17,293



2,251

-200

8,000


31,705

9.357


2.240


111.203

39.879
33.449
4,092

1,578,214
86,745


388
46.710



90.176


34.145
14.100
1,511.570


350,131


.... .... 1.350 1.605 23,280
-1.738,040 -1.712.430 ........... 1,712.430

80,150 122.575 96,158 3.967.607
............ .... ... .. 141.977
-1.388 -1.888 -750 72,653
2.453 5.785 9.985 256.105
-1.560.589 -1.507,975 191,910 11.316.528
-531 -1,348 17.081 610,704

-1,561.120 -1,509,323 208,991 11.927.232
...-. I _


............ 180

183 231

5 15



39 425


1.349.230

-152 434

-12.707

95.096


97,635

-405.980

-248.847

193.372


140

34

20






-265.324

-390.140

-113.618

-32.207
-30


543
1.340

10,691

607

35

1.274


37.412.610
555.000
6.930.738

10.892.180
50.000
1.230.135
187


110,574

39,692
34,687
4,092

1,541,272
86,745


388
49,460


90,176


36,880
14,100
1,518,224


352,263


24.630
1,738.040

4.010,032
141,977
72.153
259.437
11,369.142
609,887


135.215
104.995




1.562,051
191,204


110.000

39,736
36,960
4,092

1,557,711
86,745


388
50,165


91,697


68,460
14,100
1,521,664


353.283


24,630


4,090,182
141,977
70,765
261.890
9,808,553
609.357


211979,029 10,417,909


543
1.520

10,739

617

35

1.660


36.161.015
555.000
6.677.192

10.656.040
50.000
1 328,411
187


37.510,245
555.000
6.524,758

10.643.333
50.000
1.423,507
187


543
1.520

10.922

622

35

1.699








TABLE IV--SCHEDULE D--INVESTMENTS OF GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTS 27
IN FEDERAL SECURITIES --Continued (In thousands)

Net Purchases or Sales (-) Securities Held as Investments
Current Transition Quarter
Classification Ts M h Transition Comparable Beinninof o
is Month Quarter Prior Begining of Close of
to Date Quarter This Quarter This Month This Mont


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

Genera] 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:
Export-Import Bank of the United StaLes ...............
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 agenLy securities.........................

Total Off-budgt t Federal agencies...............
Grand Total ................................ .........

MEMORANDUM

Investment-, in securnttea of privately owned
Government -sponsored enterprises-
Milk market ,,rdcrs as e.rs ment fund ..................
T utal................................... .....


-422,015


1,026,250


-3.552


61,299
-121,038

11,500

35

-3,980
12,791
1,845





-164,273
32,951
65,084
-200
15,779
68
-438
-37,651
............


2,153,867

2,153,867



10.405
-201,988
-454
575

-191,462

-191.462
401.286 1


$3,800


770,655
-1,301

-4,134
... .....o ..

120.154
-86,488

27,650

58

-5,973
24,748
4,446




-451,421
-3,621
16,221
-1,200
5,279

-437
-330,752
..........*.


-18,175


-477,635


-5,052


129,272
-277,515

16,400

1,310

-5,980
19,288

4,975




-295,249
-18,482
64,573
117,641



-277.946


-275,285 -1,813.699

-275,285 -1,813.699


-9 600
18,400 ........ .


191,225 1,121.912
-3,975 ...........
-454 -998
550 881
-- -_ _-:--...- -
200,121 1.121.795
-3,975 .. ........

196.146 1,121,795
-1.588,462 -482.913


?11,490


4,810,035
6.673

181,852
215

2,529,171
9.030,477
10

26,260

3,527

569,027
6,930,933
310,000
476,384
1,143



43,059,637
375,000
336.085
2,100,891
19,081
6,734,835
18,675
10,535
3,962.655
50.000


137,305


4,554.440
5,372

181,270
215

2.588.026
9,065,027
10

42,410

3,550

587,034
6,942,890
310,000
478,985
1.143



42,772,489
375,000
299,513
2,052,027
18.081
6,724.335
18.607
10,536
3.669,554
50.000


$15,290


5.580,690
5.372

177,718
215

2.649,325
8,943,989
10

53,910

3,585

563,054
6.955.681
310.000
480,830
1,143



42,608,216
375,000
332.464
2.117.111
17.881
6.740,113
18,875
10,098
3,631.903
50,000


137,299,928 134,870.776 137.024.643
1,340,000 1.340.000 1.340.000
138.639.928 136.210.776 138,364.643


4.


9.600 .............
96.465 : 104.460


114.865


827.988 1.221,200 1.019.213
3,975 ........ ........
4.855 4,855 4,401
55.851 55.826 56.401
-_.. .- -
994.759 1.386.341 I 1.194.880
3,975 ...... ..

998,734 | 1.386.341 1.194,880
151.565.894 149,576.146 149.977.432


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


S. I


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TABLE V--COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS
BY MONTHS OF TRANSITION QUARTER

r I .urre .are rounded in millions of dollars and may not add to totals)


July Aug. S pt. Oct. Nov.


RECEIPTS

Individual income .Lxe-, .......
(corpir.atit minnnlm I L\a ......
Social insurance taxu.- and
icontriburlinn-
Employment laxe-- and
Conl ribull'on...............
Unemployment insurance....
Contribution- for other
insurance and retirement
Ex ise tI a 'e .................
Eslt.e and it Ii.axe ...........
Custum -.....................
s r' lla neou ....................

Total --rereipts transi-
tion quarter...........


OUTLAYS

Ltgislitive Branch ...........
The Judic ry. ................
Executive Otlice of the
Prcsident ...............
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...
Dep.rtlnintr of the Navy ...
Department of Air Force..
Defense agencies ..........
Civil defense.............
Allowance undist rbuted..

Total Militarv ..........

C ivil ........ ......... ...
Department of Health,
Education. and Welfare-
Social and Rchabilitation
Service ...................
Federal old-age and
survivors insurance trust
fund.......................
Federal disability insurance
Irust fund ................
Federal hospital insurance
trust fund ................
Federal supplementary
medical insurance trust
fund .... .................
O their .....................


11.201 12.088
1 513 689



5 937 9 328
723 1.822

408 464
1.510 1 476
454 547
389 394
524 552


Dec. Jan.


Feb. March April


I I


22.660 27.360
....... | 4t--


-_ -r-


Transit.I Com-
May June Quarter parable
to Prior
Date Quarter



123,288 20,018
2.202 i 1,987



15.265 i 13,394
2.545 1 1.00o


872
2.986
S1,001
783
1,076


50,019


747
2,908
933
615
1.358


4? I t,fr


t


783

516
98


241 312 553 293
867 954 1,821 1.655
178 159 I 337' 338


1 612 1.597
2.408 2.221
2.277 2.027
945 976
5 5


7.246 6.826


3,209 3,809
4,629 4,608
4,303 4,436
1.920 1,679
10 3

i 14,072 14.535
14,072 14.535


168 209


376 356



2.978 2,532


1.485 1 493


5 676

868


5 702

886


1.102 1.138


447
1.657


480
1.618


11.378

1,754

2,240


927
3,275
,I


10.266

1,551

1.900


784
3.266


L1.' l .I 1L Ata I -l,


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TABLE V--COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS
BY MONTHS OF TRANSITION QUARTER--Continued

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


Classification



OUTLAYS- -Continued

Department of Housing
and Urban Development .......
Department of the Interior .....
Department of Justice .........
Department of Labor.
Unemployment trust fund.....
Other ......................
Department of State ..........
Department of Transportation:
Highway trust fund ..........
Other ............. ........ .
Department of The Treasury:
Interest on the public debt....
Interest on refunds, etc. ....
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 pension....
National service life.........
Government service life .....
Other.....................
Independent agencies-
Civil Service Commission...
Postal Service ..............
Small Business
Administration .... ... ......
Tennessee V;lley 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 Shelf Lands.....
Allowances Undistributed ......

Total outlays--transition
quarter....................

Total Outlays-prior quarter .....

Surplus (+) or deficit (-) transi-
tion quarter..................

Surplus (+* or deficit (. prior quarter ..


July Aug Sept i Oit. Nov. Dec. Jan.


31,L25
253
215

1,213
696
233;

4821
4641

3.754
27
1,587
-272

233

439

-130

344

694

4
653

849
434

26
114
677


-?134
280
154
1.270
945
50

629
356

'2.862
29

174

336

338

101

359

699
-7
4
689

684


37
65
494


Feb. March April May June


-3211 -374

-751 -550

-64 -289
...... .......


33,906
1 /247


-11,247
I, _


29.571


I I


Transit. Con-
Quarter parable
to Prior
Date Quarter


r


63.477


t I I |


-2,211 -13.457

. *'*"" I I I -
II -


See footnotes on page 3.


:991
533
369

2,482
1,641
282

1.111
820

6,616
56
1,587
-98

570

777

-29

703

1.393
-7
7
1.342

1,533
434

64
179
1.171



-696

-1,300

-353
.o.....


'1 794
499
390
3.105
1.375
179

1.139
811

5 805
46
1,525
-203

464

461

-146

678

1.271
-5
8
1,539

1.281
1.587

257
174
1.169



-616
-1,277

-272
...... .


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


Current Munth


lt'i-l|it-, Outlay-


Trust receipt s. oullt.v. nrd invest l-
irlntI' hrldI
Frderarl lJ d- ag .and -urt\ ivor
int ur n aIe ........ ...... ....
1-eder.>l di .lit'l ly insur.i ce .......
Felt' r.] hI '-plt j in.suran'e ....... .
Federal supplcnientary medical
insurance............ ........
Federal employees retirement.....
Federal employees life and health
benefits .......................
Federal Dt p,.-it Insurance Corp....
Airport and airway ...............
General Ri ,enue Sharn.ne.........
Hithw .v..........................
Military assistance advances ......
Railroad retirement .............
'nemplivment ...... ............
.', errans lift insurance...........
All other trust ...................

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

Interfund receiplt offset against
trust fund .utlays ...............

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

Federal fund receipts and outlays on
the basis of Table ] ..............
i[nerfund receipts offset against
Federal fund outlays.............

Total Federal fund receipts and
o'utlaJV ...... ...............

Total interfund receipts and outlays...

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


Transition Quarter to Date I


E .\>rs.. of
r-ceiptS
ir out -
.Jvst( -I


'7.233 75.570 -1.663
707 867 -160
1.106 1.121 -15

184 85 99
280 421 -141


89

573

283
1.822

12


-110
-15
27

633
15
297
1.224
-11
-3 076


110
15
62

-60
-15
-14
598
11
3,088


Receipts Oullayb






11.573 711.167
1,321 1.724
2.069 2.206


3
2


2


Exress I>'
rrceipis
or out -
lay!.(-)


Securities Held as Investments
Current Transition Quarter

Beginning of
-- Close o
This h m this month
Quarter This munth
4----


M406 837,968
-403' 6,931
-137 10.942


361 147 214 1,2301
511 944 -433 43,616

.... -22 22 2.456;
S -'- 6.735
181 63 118; 2.529
.327 1.587 1.7401 ............
.116 1,125 -8 9.030
.... -209 209 ...........
303 600 -297, 4.013,
,545 1.987 558 4,810
-11 11 8.286
16 -3.227 3.243 93


?36.716
6.677
10.706

1.328
43.329

2.370
6,724
2,588


...........
9,065
...........
3,720
4,554
8.299
119


138.065
6.525
10,693

1.424
43,161

2,467
6,740
2,649


......... .... o
S8,944
......... .....
3.682
5,581
S8.310
I 119


IL.CMC I.uTa 3),41 J.j cJ 1a 05. Uo IOO. L3i,1JiO I ij.VU

4.069 4.069 ......... 5.341 5,341 ...........


16.358 11,117 5,241 28.664 23,421 5,243


15,071 22,523 -7.452 30.024 48.724 -18,700

11 11 ......... 21 21 ...........


15,082 22.534 -7,452 1 30,045 48,745 -18,700,

-4081 -4,081 ......... -8,690 -8,690 ...........

27,360 29.5711 -2.211 50,019 63,477 -13,457 j


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, .nd 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
it arrive at total receipts and outlays of trust funds and Federal funds respectively. Included in total interfund receipts and outlays are $3,327
million in federal funds transferred to trust funds for general revenue sharing.


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


Source


This Month


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 ...........................................................
Customs ........................................ ..............................
Miscellaneous .................................................................

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

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


812,087,625
688,681

9.328,098
1,822.138
463,748
1,476,458
547,030
394,360
551,631


Total Budget

Transition Quarter Comparable Prior
to Date Quarter


23,288,207
2,201,957

15.265,166
2,545,281
871.960
2,986,355
1.001,128
783,414
1,075.905


!20,018,327
1,986,805

13.394,238
1,700,259
746.599
2,908.231
932,647
615.143
1,357,648


27,359,768 50,019,373 43.659.897


7,268,497 14,730,133 15.498.822
395,389 1,297,774 958.761
416,942 819,737 825,854
1,105,518 I 2,418,422 1,711,550
129,883 229.076 278.013
651,489 2,707,651 4,437.321
530.623 980,746 920,477
1,473.315 2,821,461 2,845,631
3.072,046 6.148,696 5,121,520
10,812,661 21,802,169 20,487.016
1,384,665 2,751,995 2.840,942
238,618 559,453 529,936
361,899 542.609 277.454
111,441 1,886,947 1,884.242
2,830,882 6,129,204 5,308,696
-1,213,272 -2,349.290 -2,164,930
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