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VFMonthly T ry Statement of



Receipts and Ou ayd of te ited States Government

for pe ao from October 1977 hro gh November 30, 1977

TABLEI--TOT F BLf'7"ET
TABLE I--TOT/- F BUDGET RESUI ND FINANCING (In millions)


Bud s and Outla Means of Financing


Fiscal Yearge By By Reduction
Surplus (*) Borrowing of Cash By Total
Receipts Outlays or from the and Monetary Other Budgel
Deficit (-) Public Assets Means Financing
Increase (-)

Current month (November 1977) ........ 27,596 136,864 -$9,269 !8.854 12.278 -I1.863 29,269
Actual 1978 (two months) .............. 51,722 75,654 -23.931 10.705 12,230 996 23,931

Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year:
Actual 1977 (two months)............. 46,712 67.075 -20,363 11,124 8.579 661 20,363
Actual 1977 (full year) .............. 356.861 401,896 -45,035 53.5 -2.2 -6.2 45.0
Estimated 1978 ....................... 401,372 459,847 -58.475 60.1 7.1 -8.7 58.5



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


Actual Actual Budget
Classification Actual This Fiscal Comparable Period Estimates
This Month Year to Date Prior Fiscal Year Full Fiscal Year-


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

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

OUTLAYS
Legislative Branch .........................................
The Judiciary.......................... .................
Executive Office of the President .................. ...... ....
Funds ADproDriated 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 Energy ... ...... .. .......................
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare .................
Department of Housing and Urban Development...............
Department of the Interior ................................
Department of Justice ......................................
Department of Labor .....................................
Department of State................... .................
Department of Transportation ..............................
Department of the Treasury:
Interest on the public debt ............... ................
Antirecession financial assistance fund.....................
General Revenue Sharing............. ... .............
Other .... ............................................
Environmental Protection Agency................... ..........
General Services Administration .................. .......
National Aeronautics and Space Administration ................
Veterans Administration...... ....... .......................
Other independent agencies ................................
Allowances, undistributed ..................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts:
Federal employer contributions to retirement funds .... .....
Interest on certain Government accounts.....................
Rents and royalties on the Outer Continental Shelf lands .......

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

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


See footnotes on page 3.


E13,171
920
8,750
1,216
438
1,615
439
459
587


826,447
2.366
14,292
1,758
904
3.143
849
865
1.099


-23,625
1.726
13,084
1.70t
839
2.925
987
737
1.081


7178.169
59.722
104.707
13,017
5.396
22.024
5,544
5.608
7.185


27.596 51,722 46,712 401.372


91
45
4

211
175
42
2.840
329
8,721
230
479
13.300
689
373
208
1.524
46
1.163
3,320
2
264................

370
111
339
1.597
1.939
. .................


179
46
13

321
255
73
4,613
606
16,713
456
875
26,074
1,271
693
413
3,098
198
2.470
6.403
426
1.709
-95
676
-29
648
3.171
5.923

-677
-325
-542
75.654

-23.931


150
40
11

-60
258
72
2,856
321
15.049
412
621
23.619
506
522
393
3.197
174
2.351
5,935
532
1.689
-252
686
-27
727
3.105
5.283

-644
-261
-191

67.075

-20.363


1.086
454
81

1.914
1.767
880
20.501
4.512
105.300
2.425
8 290
164.245
8.618
3.390
2 416
23.586
1.235
14.203
48 300
1.340
6.814
-560
5.29,
265
3.939
19 174
24.255
2.372

-4.638
-8.906
-2 7W.)

459 847

-58.475


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






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


Classification of
Receipts I Gross
S Receipts

Individual income taxes:
Withheld......................................... 212.915.577
Presidential Election Campaign Fund ................. 41
Other ................................... .. 430.024

Total- -Individual income taxes..................... 13.345,641

Corporation income taxes ............................ 1,385,960


Social 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..............................

Total--FOASI trut d ......................

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

Total--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 ...........................

See footnotes on page 3.


4,546,000

2,129,965


688,886


This Month

Refunds Net
(Deduct) Receipts






174.366 S13,171,276

465.695 920,265



4,546.000

........'.. I 2.129.965


688,886


Current Fiscal Year to Date


Gross
Receipts


.25.685,394
31
1.141.030

26,826,456

3.544,922



8.655.000

2,114,665


6,675.965 ........... 6.675.965 10,769,665


597,000 ........ 597,000 1,137,000

S.91,886, 102,259


91,86....:::::..


935,000


144,029
1,881

1,080,910


304,236


8,749.997


935.000


144,029
1,881

1,080,910


-t I 1r


304,034


-I -4------------4-


202 8,749,795


1,239,259


Refunds
(Deductl


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year


Net
Receipts


I



3379.894 I !26.446,562
4 t
1.179.388 2,365,534




........... 8.655,000

........... 2,114,665
--- ---
...... .... 10,769,665 ,
---I--- t .. --


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


4-_


1,780,000


144,113
2,422


1,926,534 ...........
..... i]]


356,413


14,291.871


1I


66


1,137.000
Inn ncn


Gross
Receipts


.22,894.277
74
939,324


Refunds
(Deduct)


Net
Receipts


L. .-~ -


23.833.675 3208.344


3.058.625


1.332.211


i23.625.331

1.726.414


7.935.000 ........... 7.935,000

2.113,946 ........... 2.113,946

10,048.946 ........... 10.048,946
--) .. -'- -+-


1.043.000
1n CnC


1U ,259 52 ..........

239,259 1,062526 I .........


1.043.000
019,526

1.062.526


1,780,000 1.632,000 ........... 1.632.000


144,113 30497 ........... 30,497
2,422 1,615 ...... ... 1.615

1,926,534 1,664,113 ....... 1.664.113
- -_ -4 .----- -'_ 4 -


356.247


-=I =---


166


14,291,705


308,330


13.083.914


308.332


-2 13,083.916


1.132,171 ........... 1,132,171 1,567,803 ........... 1,567,803 1,357,361 .......... 1,357,361
80,000 964 79,036; 184.000 2.314 181.686 345.521 2,104 343.417
5,257 ........... 5.257 8,284 ............ 8,284 7.020 ........... 7.020

1,217.428 964 1,216,464 1,700.087 2,314 1.757.773 1,709.902 2.104 1,707,798



172,358 ........... 172,358 353,625 ........... 353.625 320,743 ........... 320.743
S19,162 ..........19,162 41,597 ........... 41,597 33.222 ........... 33,222

191,520 ........... 191,520 395,222 ........... 395,222 353.965 ............ .353,965


239,519 ........... 239,519 498,619 ........... 498,619 473,731 ........... 473,731
1,944 .......... 1,944 2,231 ........... 2,231 2,386 ........... 2.386
129 ........... 129 131 ........... 131 69 ........... i89

241,592 ........... 241,592 500,981 ........... 500,981 476,186 ........... 476,186


L


1


..........


...........


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


...........


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


I







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


This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year
Classification of
Receipts--Continued Gross Refunds Net Gross Refunds Net Gross Refunds Net
Receipts (Deduct) Receipts Receipts (Deduct) Receipts Receipts (Deduct) Receipts

Social insurance taxes and contributions--Continued
Contributions for other insurance and retirement--
Continued
Other retirement contributions:
Civil service retirement and disability fund......... $4,679 ......... $4,679 $7,868 .......... $7,868 8,531 ......... 8,531

Total--Contributions for other insurance and
retirement................................ ..... 437,791 ......... 437,791 904,071 .......... 904,071 838,682 ............ 838,682

Total--Social insurance taxes and contributions ....... 10,405,216 $1,166 10,404,049 16,956,029 E2,480 16,953,549 15,632,498 B2,102 15,630,396

Excise taxes:
Miscellaneous excise taxes ........................... 921,850 11,226 910,625 1,768,836 23,502 1,745,334 1,633,693 39,181 1,594,512
Airport and airway trust fund ......................... 100,798 507 100,291 200,868 507 200,361 204,122 574 203,547
Highway trust fund................................... 600,757 -3,056 603,813 1,194,657 -3,056 1,197,713 1,117,893 -9,167 1,127,060

Total--Excise taxes............................... 1,623,405 8,676 1,614,729 3,164,361 20,953 3,143,408 2,955,708 30,588 2,925,119

Estate and gift taxes ................................... 446,096 6,897 439,199 867,183 17,863 849,319 1,002,796 15,643 987,153
Customs duties............................................. 469,204 10,537 458,667 885,093 20,082 865,012 761,804 24,458 737,346

Miscellaneous receipts:
Deposits of earnings by Federal Reserve Banks......... 535,225 ......... 535,225 997,378 .......... 997,378 992,782 ............ 992,782
Fees for licenses to import petroleum and petroleum
products.............................................. 1,010 ....... 1,010 2,171 ........ 2,171 738 ............ 738
All other............................................. 51,301 164 51,137 99,688 177 99,510 90,342 3,340 87,002

Told--Miscellaneous receipts ...................... 587,536 164 587,373 1,099,237 177 1,099,060 1,083,862 3,340 1,080,522

Total--Budget receipts............................. 28,263,059 667,501 27,595,557 53,343,280 1,620,837 51,722,444 48,328,968 1,616,687 46,712,282


GENERAL NOTES

A. Throughout this statement, details may not add to totals due to rounding.
B. Effective with the August 31, 1977 statement, certain portions of Tables I and II have been mod-
ified. The modified format for Table 1 includes the addition of a new line presenting current
month budgetary and means of financing data. Table II has been revised to present actual cur-
rent month and comparable period prior fiscal year data. Table II has also been modified to
show all activity rounded in millions of dollars.

FOOTNOTES


:These budget estimates are based onfigures contained in the revised 1978
budget released on November 11, 1977 of the Office of Management and Budget,
and Treasiry sources.
SB'dgetary outlay estimates for the new Department of Energy are not as
yet available. This figure represents the combined outlay estimates for the
Energy Research and Development Administration, Federal Energy Adminis-
tration, and the Federal Power Commission which are now absorbed in the
new Department.
The Departmer, of Energy was formally created on October 1, 1977 pur-
suant to "The Department of Energy Organization Act" (Public Law 95-91).
The LDeprtrr.nnt includes all function of the former Energy Research and
Deve.oprr-er.t Administration, Federal Energy Administration, and Federal
Power Commission and certain functions from the Departments of Com-
merce, Defense, Interior (Bonneville Power Administration and other


power administrations), Transportation and the Interstate Commerce Com-
mission.
On March 8, 1977, under the authority of Heorganization Plan No. 1 of
1953, the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare effected a major in-
ternal reorganization. Reulting from this reorganization was the discontinu-
ation of the Social and Rehabilitation Service, the establishment of the Health
Care Financing Administration, and changes in the areas of student financial
assistance, income security programs, and staff at the secretariat level.
Effective October 1, 1977, the "housing for the elderly or handicapped
fund" was reclassified fromr. an off-budget to a budgetary account.
6Transactions cover the period of October i, 1177 through November 4,
1977, and are partially estimated.
*Less than $500.00
**Less than $500,000.00









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


Classification of
OUTLAYS



Legislative Branch:
Senate............................ ................
House of Hepresentatives ............. ...............
Joint Items ................. .... ... ...............
Congressional Budget Office.......................
Architect of the Capitol .......... .................
Library of Congress........ ........ ..... ...... ....
Government Printing Office-
Revolving fund (netl ..................... .........
General fund appropriations .......................
General Accounting Office ...........................
United States Tax Court ............................
Other L.eislative Branch agencies ...................
Proprietary receipts from the public .................
Intrabudgetary transactions .........................

Total- -Legislative Branch ......................

The Judiciary'
Supreme Court of the United States ...................
Courts of Appeals. District Courts, and other
judicial services ..................................
Space and facilities .................................
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 ...................
Other.......... ......... ......... ................

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

Funds Appropriated to the President-
Appalachian regional development programs...........
Disaster relief..................... ...............
Foreign assistance:
International security assistance:
Liquidation of foreign military sales fund.........
Military assistance ................ .........
International military education and training......
Foreign military credit sales ....................
Security supporting assistance ...................
Emergency security assistance for Israel........
Advances, foreign military sales...............
Other.......................... ...............
Proprietary receipts from the public-
Advances, foreign military sales...............
O ther..................................... .

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

See footnotes on page 3.


Outlays



'12.594
23,360
476
796
8.900
14,827

-2.561
15.652
15.716
491
1,216
.............
-110

91.357


645

24.218
17.541
2.684


45.088


21
1.483
2,066
587

4.157


27.765
22.633


17
16.069
771
2.841
96.574

859,420
-6



9...... 686
975,686


Applicable
Receipts





. .... ...
36

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




..........

684


691


172

172








-j
. .. .. .

. .. .... .


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




..... .....


759.117
5.187

764.304


Net
Outlays


12.59
23,35
47
79
8,90
14.82

-2,56
15.65
15,71
49
1,21
-68
-11

90.66


64

24,21
17.54
2.68
-17

44.91


2
1.48
2.06
58

4.15


27,76
22.63


1
16.06
77
2.84
96.57

859.42


-759,11
-5,18


211,382


This Month


1,455.262


Fiscal Year to Date


Current


Outlays



4 :25.150
4 45.369
6 10.466
6 1,413
0 16,308
7 25 561

1 1.027
2 22.974
6 28.095
1 1.597
6 2 174
4 ............. .
0 -149

6 179.984


5 1.288

8 24.218
1 17.541
4 2,975
2 ..............

6 46.022


1 42
3 2,956
6 6,457
7 3,652

7 13,107


5 42.891
3 60,490


7 419
9 25.816
1 1.512
1 24.783
4 271.443

0 1.130.868
6 421

7 ..............
7 ..............
7


...........
...........
...........
248

248


...........

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

...........


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

. .. .


1,097,091
37.444

1,134.535


Comparable Period I'ri'jr Fiscal Year


Applicable
Receipts




.12





... I..... ..




1,281


1.293


1.288

24.218
17.541
2,975
-248

45.774


42
2.956
6.457
3.652

13.107


42.891
60.490


419
25.816
1,512
24.783
271.443

1.130.868
421

-1.097.091
-37.444

320,727


Outlays Applicahle
rc elpl


Net
Outlays



.25 150
45 357
10.466
1.413
16.308
25 561

1,027
22.974
28.095
1,597
2.174
-1,281
-149

178.691


1.396

23.285
13.797
2.469


40.948


42
2.412
4.445
3.768

10.667


12










1 975


1 987


........, .
1,131.
1,131


46.644 6
38.546 .........
I I


1.434 .
136.683 .
3.068
15.827 .
224.721
10.548
886.858
-360




1,278.780


.21 215
53 946
1.287
1.509
II 980
21 868

-19.757
31 639
25 777
1,700
1 397

-225

152.334


......... 1.434
......... 136 683
... 3,068
......... 15.827
......... 224,721
......... 10.548
......... 886.858
.... -360

1.299.741 -1.299.741
39.075 -39.075

1.338.816 .036


Net
ft )lays



21 215
53 934
1 287
1.509
11 980
21 868

-19,757
31 639
25.777
1.700
1 397
-1 975
-225

150.347


1.396

23 285
13 797
2.469
-1.131

39.817


42
2.412
4 445
3.768

10.667


46.638
38.546


-=


..
..

..
..
..
..
..





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


Classification of
OUTLAYS--Continued


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 Private Investment Corporation.....
Inter-American Foundation ................
Other ................. ................
Intragovernmental funds................... ...
Functional development assistance program .....
Payment to Foreign Service retirement and
disability fund................... ..... ....
American schools and hospitals abroad .........
International disaster assistance ...............
Operating expenses of the Agency for
International Development ...................
Other .......................... .......... ...
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......................

Petroleum reserves...............................
Other ..........................................

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

Department of Agriculture:
Departmental management
Departmental administration.....................
Federal Grain Inspection Service .................
Science and education programs:
Agricultural Research Service......................
Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service..........
Cooperative State Research Service ..............
Extension Service............ ................
National Agricultural Library ....................

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

Agricultural economics:
Economic Management Support Center ..............
Statistical Reporting Service .....................
Economic Research Service .......................
Marketing services.................................
International programs-
Foreign Agricultural Service .....................
Foreign assistance programs ....................


Outlays


This Month

Y Applicable
Receipts


Net
Outlays


Current Fiscal Y


Outlays


ear to Date Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year


Applicable
Receipts


Net
Outlays


Outlays


Applicable
Receipts


Si I I I- I i II


$347


86.529
6.909


S347


86,529
6,909


$554


130,767
13,899


130,767
13,899


-157


87,597
43,073


Net
Outlays


-S157


87,597
43.073


43,.0

10.512 s1,153 9,359 21,265 $1,166 20.098 48.393 $308 48,086
-292 6,373 -6,664 -10 8,366 -8,376 -1,792 8,151 -9,943
830 70 759 1,422 70 1,351 1,188 ............. 1,188
836 167 669 1,454 478 976 932 460 473
17 .......... 17 -46 ......... 46 343 ............. 343
57,190 .......... 57,190 88,556 .......... 88,556 69,804 ............. 69,804

21.450 .......... 21,450 21,450 .......... 21,450 16,680 ............. 16,680
504 .......... 504 1,921 .......... 1,921 1.914 ............. 1,914
4,151 .......... 4,151 6,788 .......... 6,788 7,149 ............. 7,149

25.407 .......... 25,407 39,217 .......... 39,217 37.858 ............. 37.858
2.449 .......... 2,449 4,406 .......... 4,406 10.673 ............. 10,673
.............. 33,564 -33,564 .............. 65,939 -65,939 ............. 56.690 -56,690

123,054 41,328 81,726 186,422 76,020 110,402 193,144 65.609 127,535

216,493 41,328 175,165 331,088 76,020 255,068 323,814 65,609 258,205

2.172 .......... 2,172 4,404 .......... 4,404 4,274 ............. 4274
149 .......... 149 669 .......... 669 94 ............. 94
1,215 .......... 1,215 5,740 .......... 5,740 4.503 ............. 4,503

1.196.062 805,632 390,429 1,797,716 1,210,555 587,161 1,611,308 1,404,425 206,883

5,307 17,957 -12,650 8,913 51,905 -42,992 846 24,019 -23.173
863 .......... 863 870 .......... 870 1,004 ............. 1.004

1,252,630 823,589 429,040 1,910,879 1,262,461 648,418 1,698,349 1,428,450 269,899


8,091 .......... 8,091 26,187 .......... 26,187 3,435 ............. 3,435
941 .......... 941 2,274 .......... 2,274 ........... ............ ..............

28,953 .......... 28,953 58,988 .......... 58,988 53,992 ............. 53.992
17,547 ........ 17,547 34,763 .......... 34,763 75.916 ............. 75,916
8,969 .......... 8,969 17,370 .......... 17,370 21,971 ............. 21,971
21.660 .......... 21,660 34,059 .......... 34,059 33.054 ............. 33.054
518 .......... 518 1,039 .......... 1,039 971 ............. 971

77,648 .......... 77,648 146,219 .......... 146,219 185,905 ............. 185.905


319
2,635
4,248
812

4,904
23,527


319
2,635
4,248
812

4,904
23,527


655
5,970
8,350
1,716

7,736
64.450


655
5,970
8,350
1,716

7,736
64,450


360
5,408
5,766
1.422

5,742
91.018


360
5.408
5.766
1.422

5,742
91,018


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


Classifcatlon of
SUT LAYS -C.ntinucdd


DepartlinientL Agrriulluire--C.inllluted
Agricultur.al Stabiliz.ation and Const rvation Service
Salair t es and expei nst. ...........................
Agricultural tonserv.lli ii prni .rali ................
Other..........................................

T .ial- -Ag ri& ulur.al Stabilization and Conservation
Service .....................................

CorpI ratllns
Federal Crup Insurance Curpuration
Federal Crup Insurance Curporation fund ........
Adnminstrative and operating expenses.......... .
Commodity Credit Curpuration
Price support and related programs .............
lntragovernniental funds........................ ...
National W Jol Act program ....................

Tutal--Coninudity Credit Curporation ...........

Total--Curporat ions .............................
-- -
Rural development.
Rural Development Service .......................
Rural Electrilication Administration (salaries and
expenses).....................................
Farmers Home Administration:
Public enterprise funds:
I 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 program administration ...................
Food stamp program ................... .......
Special milk program .........................
Child nutrition programs ........ ............
Special supplemental food program (WIC)..........
Food donations program ........................
Elderly feeding program .......................

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

Food Safety and Quality Service..................

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

See footnotes on page 3.


Thins Month


Outl.ly- Apilllable Net
RcLeipts OutLiys


:19,663 ..........
54,826 ..........
2,880 ..........


77,370 ..........


26,181
1,764

1,501.155

315

1,501.470

1.529.416


125

2,198


713.352

........312,146
312,146
..........
..........


'10,663
54.826
2.880


77,370



12.829
1.764
(-
1,189,009

315


312,146 1,189.324
4t
325.498 1.203,918
=- -------4

.......... 125

.......... 2.198


446.267 160,717 285.550
433,860 164,924 268.936
84,936 9,379 75,557
-38 1 1 -39
12,957 .......... 12,957
17,147 .......... 17,147
3,228 ....... 3,228

998,357 335,021 663.336

1.000.680 335,021 665,659
I---


18,898 ..........
17,819 .. ..
7,672 ..........
= --- _=


4,081 ..........

292 ..........
2,040 2.002
-19 ..........

6,395 2,002
---- -.*..-


4.262
434,717
8,774
174,481
22,630
28
2

644,895

20,723

672,013


.......... 4.262
...... 434,717
...... 8,774
.......... 174,481
.......... | 22,630
28
2......

.......... 644,895


.......... 20,723


S 2,002 670,011


18,898
17,819
7.672

4.081
4.081


292
39
-19


Current Fiscal Year to Date


OLutl.Ji Applit able
R c.i- iis.


31,557
75,341
5.138


112,035


45.424 524.315
3,329 ...........


2,561,554
50.000
594

2,612,148

2,660.901


469,675
...........


469.675

493,990


352

4,551


936.982
655,299
224,174
-276
23.969
37,885
4,983


752,420
384.057
148.341
1


1 -" .. .


1,883.015 1,284.819

1,887,917 1,284,819


48,133 ...........
34,404 ...........
15,567 ...........
7, .

7,526 ...........


810 ...........
4,081 4,003
-26 ...........


Nit
Oul i.L ,


:31,557
75,341
5.138


112.035


21.109
3.329

2,091.879
50,000
594

2.142,473

2.166,911


352

4,551


184.562
271,242
75,833
-278
23.969
37,885
4.983


7.411
864.782
14,756
303,171
47,678
37
-13


1,237,821
1,237,821 I...........


~- ----- --- -s~--- ---


53.489 i...........


I. .ip..p.iI..lI Perird Prior Fisral Year


O u lla;, App nI bl.




:22. 74 ..........
-5,382 ..........
23.7r7 ..........


O(ul.iJ .


.22.1174
-5.382
23.767


41.259


13.397
3,809

692,182
39,229
796

732.207

749.414


1.189,291
39,229
796

1,229,316

1,270.877


497.109



497.109

521.463


226


4,046


645,407
232,674
193.638
-590
19,008
30,988
4.331


598,196 1.125,456
_ ---- -
603,098 1.129.728


48.133 43.392
34.404 37,478
15.567 14,487


7,526

810
78
-26


4.046


585.004
292,660
138,562
21


.. .. ......


60.403
-59.985
55.076
-611
19,008
30,988
4,331


1.016,247 109.210

1.016,247 113,482


.......... 43,392
.......... 37,478
....... 14,487
------


10.234 ..........


10,234


31.045 .......... 31,045
3,474 3,677 -203
9,113 .......... 9,113


8.387 53.867 3,677 50,190


7,411 ............ .......... ..........
864,782 892,805 .......... 892.805
14,756 21.853 .......... 21,853
303,171 496,975 .......... 496,975
47,678 30,922 .......... 30,922
37 11,164 .......... 11,164
-13 15,605 .......... 15,605

1,237,821 I 1.469,323 ........... 1,469.323


53,489 ............ .... ...


1.303,701 4003 1,299,698 1,523.190


37.751 -24.354
3,809 ..........


4,393 12,390 4,003
-I- --


3.677 I 1,519,513


~- ----t-------- +-- ~- ~~---t---------- -


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


This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year
Classification of
OUTLAYS--Continued
Outlays Applicable Net Outlays Applicable Net Oulays Applicable Net
Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays


Department of Agriculture--Continued
Forest Service:
Intra governmental fun...........................
Forest protection and utilization ..................
Forest roads and trails...........................
Forest Service permanent appropriations............
Cooperative work ................................
Other..........................................

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

Proprietary receipts from the public .................
Intrabudgetary transactions..........................

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

Department of Commerce:
General administration .............................
Bureau of the Census................................
Bureau of Economic Analysis .......................
Economic development assistance:
Economic Development Administration:
Economic development revolving fund.............
Economic development assistance programs.......
Local public works program .....................
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 technical research.....................

Total--Science and technology....................

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

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

Proprietary receipts from the public..................
Intrabudgetary transaction ...........................

Total--Department of Commerce .................


-4317
67,032
21,863
2.088
2,791
5,095


-4317
67,032
21,863
2,088
2,791
5,095


$1,694
147,356
45,819
5,984
8,372
11,390


31,694
147,356
45,819
5,984
8,372
11,390


'4,611
127,908
29,052
20,406
11.070
8,510


34,611
127,908
29,052
20,406
11,070
8,510


98,553 ........... 98,553 220,616 ........... 220,616 201,557 ............. 201,557

............ 43,,707 -4............ 151,475 -151,475 ............ 163,241 -163,241
635 ........... 635 112 .......... 112 ............ ............. .............

3,546,179 706,227 2,839,952 6,546,943 1,934,287 4.612.656 4,561,022 1,704,627 2,856,395


1,725 ........... 1,725 6,078 ........... 6,078 3,796 ............. 3,796
9,146 ........... 9,146 26,672 ........... 26,672 5,582 ............. 5,582
1,602 ........... 1,602 2,883 ........... 2,883 1,272 ............. 1,272


51 4,509 -4,459 50 10,786 -10,736 29,101 7,816 21,285
49,200 ........... 49,200 106,791 ........... 106,791 48,259 ............. 48,259
122,905 ........... 122,905 234,745 ........... 234,745 464 ............. 464
858 ........... 858 1,926 .......... 1,926 30,433 ............. 30,433
4,124 ........... 4,124 6,135 ........... 6,135 3,703 ............. 3,703
8,024 ........... 8,024 23,292 ........... 23,292 18,999 ............. 18,999

185,160 4,509 180,650 372,940 10,786 362,154 130,960 7,816 123,143


7,715 ........... 7,715 12.360 ........... 12,360 12,331 ............. 12,331
3,856 ........... 3,856 8,466 ........... 8,466 8,110 ............. 8,110
1,118 ........... 1,118 1,687 ........... 1,687 1,659 ............. 1,659

12,689 ........... 12,689 22,512 ........... 22,512 22,100 ............. 22,100


64,196 65 64,132 110,716 141 110,575 76,088 204 75,884
665 ........... 665 1,497 ........... 1,497 1,126 ............. 1,126
9,320 ........... 9,320 16.910 ........... 16,910 13,613 ............. 13,613
9,718 ........... 9,718 16,413 ........... 16,413 9,351 ............. 9,351

83,900 65 83,835 145,536 141 145,395 100,178 204 99,974


34 4,980 -4,946 354 8,793 -8,439 1,900 7,227 -5,328
14,741 ........... 14,741 21,349 ........... 21,349 24,514 ............. 24,514
27,510 .......... 27,510 38,806 ........... 38,806 46,509 ............. 46,509
7,350 ........... 7,350 6,704 ........... 6,704 11.759 ............. 11,759

49,635 4,980 44,655 67,213 8,793 58,420 84,681 7,227 77,454


-68

343,788


5,174


14,728


-5,174
-68


-10,425


7,891
...........


-7,891
-10,425


-7,556


---1 --4- ------ *


329,060


633,411


27,610


605,800


341.015


______ 4


4,446
.............


19,694


-4,446
-7,556


321,320


.,...,,.,.



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TABLE III--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Cr.rtlnucd (In thousands)


Classification of
OUTLAYS- -Continued



Department of Defense-- Military
Military personnel
Department of the Arm y..........................
Department of the Navy ........................
Department of the Air Force....................

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

Retired military 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-- Procurem ent ...........................


Research, development, test and evaluation'
Department of the Army..........................
Department 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......................
Family housing management account..............

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 ......... I


This Month


Outlays




:848,140
705,087
659,379

2,212,606

743,240

788,105
885.506
795,475
156,785

2,625,871


389,738
766,084
695,703
25,587

1,877,112


202,793
316,465
282,409
67,429


869,096


Applicable
Receipts




.
,t I,,.
I


t
.1


85,947
52,602
43,119
3,105

184,774


1,050
98,881

99,931

6,112
190


I -
181


21.943
22,006
-1,015
-34,162

8,953


See footnotes on page 3.


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..........
..........
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iiiiiiiiii
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.. .. .. .


..........


,989 ,
..........

989

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


..........
286
..........

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


Net
Outlays




?848,140
705.087
659,379

2,212.606

743,240,
--- --
788,105
885,506
795.475
156,785

2,625,871


389,738
766,084
695,703 I
25,587

1,877,112


202,793
316,465
282,409
67,429


869,096


85,947
52,602
43,119
3,105

184,774


61
98,881

98,942

6,112
190


I i
-105


21,943
22,006
-1,015
-34.162

8,667


Current Fiscal Year to Date

Outlays Applicable Net
Receipts Outlays


;1,715.664
1,405.104
1,323,198

4,443.965

1,483,046

1,510,879
1,785.866
1,597,090
343,759

5,237,593


728,663
1,374,491
1,245,197
40,381


3,388,732 ..........
t

367,961 ..........
608,916 ..........
560,686 ..........
108,344 ........


1,645,907 I .........


108,710 ; ..........
87.712 ........
75,979 ..........
5,561 ..........
--t
277,963 ..........


1,652 I 3989
187,601 ..........

189,254 989
0 -4-


, IU0 ..........
187 ..........
-:1-


I .
254


45,664
42,677
-40.612
-90,320

-42,337


..........

..........
I

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


..........
293 -39


.......... 45,664
.......... 42,677
.......... -40,612
.......... -90,320

293 -42,630


(Comparable Period I'Prlir Ft' al Year


Outlays Applicable
Receipts


:1,715,664
1,405,104
1,323,198

4,443,965

1,483,046

1,510,879
1,785,866
1,597,090
343.759

5,237,593


728,663
1.374,491
1,245,197
40,381

3,388,732


367,961
608,916
560,686
108,344


1,645,907


108,710
87,712
75,979
5,561

277,963


664
187,601

188,265 I

3,708 '
187 '
- -- -t


273 ...........
197,721 ...........

197,993 ...........

12,579 ...........
199 ..........
__- --


264


107,6013
51,854
61,122
-60,161

160,722


N;t
(Out iavs


1, 34,047
1,318.402
1,279,134

4.231,584

1.307,245

1,269,075
1,554.160
1,456,850
427,320

4,707,405


492,641
1.340,804
984,425
21,282

2.839,153


319,525
519,811
610.521
88,911


1,538,768


240,582
114,201
86.945
2,539

444.268
----=4;


268 -5


........... 107,643
........... 51,854
........... 61,122
........... -60,161

268 160,454


_~~__


C~ __ __~__


__


1.634.047
1.318.402
1.279.134

4,231.584

1,307.245

1,269.075
1.554,160
1.456.850
427.320

4.707,405


492,641
1.340.804
984,425
21.282

2,839.153


319.525
519.811
610,521
88,911


1.538,768


240,582
114,201
86,945
2,539

444,268


273
197,721

197,993

12,579
199


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


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


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

This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year
Classification of
OUTLAYS--Continued O s Applicable Net Applicable Net OutApplicable Net
Outlays Receipts Outlays ays Receipts Outlays outlays Receipts Outlays


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

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

Department of Defense--Civil:
Cemeterial expenses, Army ........................
Corps of Engineers:
Intragovernmental 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 Energy:
Energy activities .................................
Atomic Energy Defense activities ..................
General science and basic research .................
Power marketing administration ....................
Other............................................
Proprietary receipts from the public...............

Total--Department of Energy ....................

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

Total--National Institutes of Health.............
qpe footnotes on page 3.


s4,884
758
............
-158


$12,363

-101,113
..........


-$7,479
758
101,113
-158


s13,044
1,940

21,777


524,125

-73,741


-$11,081
1,940
73,741
21,777


$10,719
905
.............
-1,407


S36,055
364,452
..........


-425,337
905
-364,452
-1,407


8,633,369 -87.476 8,720,845 16,664,780 -48,334 16,713,113 15,450,133 400,776 15,049,356

324 .......... 324 659 ......... 659 756 ........ 756

8,584 ......... 8,584 69,605 ......... 69,605 22,996 .......... 22,996
218,500 .......... 218,500 386,537 ......... 386,537 396,582 .......... 396,582
............. 745 -745 ............. 9,526 -9,526 ............. 15,977 -15,977

23 24 -1 40 43 -3 38 38 (*)
1,370 .......... 1,370 2,546 ......... 2,546 2,908 .......... 2,908

16,127 16,409 -282 49,269 43,621 5,648 37,914 34,318 3,596
7,287 .......... 7,287 7,646 ......... 7,646 7,302 .......... 7,302
34 .......... 34 100 ......... 100 120 .......... 120
............. 4,313 -4,313 ............. 6,273 -6,273 ............. 6,224 -8,224
-758 .......... -758 -1,095 .........-1,095 ............. .......... .............

251,491 21,490 230,001 515,308 59,463 455,845 468,615 56,557 412,057

295,717 .......... 295,717 505,912 ......... 505,912 368,359 .......... 368,359
139,601 .......... 139,601 299,898 ......... 299,898 264,401 .......... 264,401
19,681 .......... 19,681 37,171 ......... 37,171 27,383 .......... 27,383
19,452 14,082 5,370 49,219 35,254 13,965 32,703 66,286 -33,582
23,047 .......... 23,047 29,091 ......... 29,091 7 .......... 7
............. 4,69 -4,699 -.............. 11,150 -11,150 ............. 5,212 -5,212

497,499 18,781 478,718 921,291 46,404 874,888 692,853 71,498 621,355


26,323 555 25,768 47,515 1,002 46,513 45,880 1,203 44,676

1,000 .......... 1,000 1,500 ......... 1,500 1,332 ......... 1,332
191,211 .......... 191,211 256,491 ......... 256,491 313,336 .......... 313,336
41,138 .......... 41,138 76,254 ......... 76,254 63,897 .......... 63.897
-9 .......... -9 -9 ......... -9 14 .......... 14
17,272 .......... 17,272 28,173 ........ 28,173 46,262 .......... 46,262
2,201 .......... 2,201 -2,887 ......... -2,887 -6,529 .......... -6,529
70,137 .......... 70,137 131,521 ......... 131,521 136,777 .......... 136,777
34,258 .......... 34,258 63,257 ......... 63,257 65,987 .......... 65,987
19,473 .......... 19,473 38,679 ......... 38,679 40,831 .......... 40,831
13,809 .......... 13,809 25,330 ......... 25,330 29,492 .......... 29,492
13,949 .......... 13,949 27,572 ......... 27,572 27,705 .......... 27,705
16,107 .......... 16,107 31,440 ......... 31,440 34,139 .......... 34,139
21,216 .......... 21,216 24,920 ......... 24,920 26,748 .......... 26,748
25,816 .......... 25,816 50,983 ......... 50,983 40,949 .......... 40,949
613 .......... 613 16,843 ......... 16.843 11,541 .......... 11.541

217,578 .......... 217,578 407,658 ......... 407,658 407,641 .......... 407,641






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


Classification of
OUTLAYS--Continued



Department of Health, Education, and Welfare--Continued
Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health
Administration:
Lexington Addiction Research Center .............
Alcohol, drug abuse, and mental health ............
Saint Elizabeths Hospital ........................
Health Resources Administration:
Public enterprise funds .......................
Health resources ...............................
Office of Assistant Secretary for Health..............

Total--Public Health Service ....................

Health Care Financing Administration:
Grants to States for Medicaid ............ .....
Payments to health care trust funds ...............
Quality care management, research and admin,.....
Other .........................................
Federal hospital insurance trust fund:
Benefit payments ...............................
Administrative expenses and construction ..........

Total--FHI trust fun.........................

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

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

Total--Health Care Financing Administration .......

Education division:
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.....
Student assistance ............................
Higher education ...........................
Library resources....... ...... .......
Salaries and expenses.........................
Other.........................................

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

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

Total--Education division .........................

Social Security Administration:
Intragovernmental funds.........................
Payments to social security trust funds ............
Special benefits for disabled coal miners ..........
Supplemental security income program.............
Assistance payments program....................
Other...........................................


This Month

Outlays Applicable
Outay Receipts


$2
138,666
10,117

259
72,365
-86,409


627,514


14


Net
Outlays




!2
1386,666
10,117

255
72,365
-86,409


626,954


Current Fiscal Year to D


1,091,005


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year


ate

Net
Outlays




$4
165,394
16,179

2,925
143,426
-53,505


Applicable
Receipts




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

$15
..........
..........


1.143.039


Outlays





$4
165,394
16,179

2,941
143,426
-53,505


15.105


15,905
109,727
-20,053


1,017


Outlays Applicable
Receipts




-47 ..........
149,143 ..........
9,963 ..........


S13,901
..........


1,092,022


878,664 ......... 878,664 1,757,085 .......... 1,757,085 1,543,748 .......... 1,543,748
1,016,766 ......... 1,016,766 1,016,766 .......... 1,016,766 769,415 .......... 79,415
54,960 ......... 54,960 85,078 .......... 85,078 ............. .......... .............
............. ......... ......... ............. ......... ........... -82 ..........__ -82

1,409,697 ......... 1,409,697 2,781,458 .......... 2,781,458 2,276,565 .......... 2,276,565
8,973 ......... 8,973 25,261 .......... 25,261 64,926 .......... 64,926
St-
1,418,670 ......... 1,418,670 2,806,719 .......... 2,806,719 2,341,491 .....2,341,491


526,314 ......... 526,314 1,041,827 .......... 1,041,827 877,659 .......... 877,659
17,341 ......... 17,341 45,231 .......... 45,231 98,998906 98906

543,655 ......... 543,655 1,087,058 .......... 1,087,058 976,565 .......... 976,565

3,912,715 ......... 3,912,715 6,752,706 .......... 6,752,706 5,631,136 .......... 5,631,136




4,416 512 3,904 5,160 1,254 3,906 25,241 2,267 22,973

25,385 8,122 17,263 25,669 11,525 14,144 3,167 10,862 -7,695
239,365 ......... 239,365 444,812 .......... 444,812 250,843 .......... 250,843
2,859 ......... 2,859 7,365 .......... 7,365 3,634 .......... 3,634
23,235 ......... 23,235 30,377 .......... 30,377 28,386 .......... 28,386
29,879 ......... 29,879 48,682 .......... 48,682 35,603 .......... 35,603
19,549 ......... 19,549 45,005 .......... 45,005 41,507 .......... 41,507
48,188 ......... 48,188 93,392 ......... 93,392 81,783 .......... 81,783
202,694 ......... 202,694 360,994 .......... 360,994 ............. .......... ............
63,928 ......... 63,928 173,159 .......... 173,159 359,535 .......... 359535
11,076 ......... 11,076 19,767 .......... 19,767 14,662 .......... 14,662
13,728 ......... 13,728 21,633 .......... 21,633 19,455 .......... 19,455
2,859 ......... 2,859 5,272 .......... 5,272 -525 .......... -525

687,161 8,634 678,527 1,281,287 12,779 1,268,508 863,292 13,130 850,162

3,651 ......... 3,651 8,921 .......... 8,921 11,874 .......... 11,874
1,706 ......... 1,706 3,506 .......... 3,506 3,871 .......... 3,871

692,518 8,634 683,884 1,293,714 12,779 1,280,935 879,037 13,130 865,907


-132
............
84,505
450,951
535,246
13,739


-132

84,505
450,951
535,246
13,739


-112

161,581
888,768
1,070,108
24,544


-112

161,581
888,768
1,070,108
24,544


-1,582

158,123
987,518
1,006,372


Net
Outlays




-7
149,143
9,963

2,004
109,727
-20,053

1. 127.934


-J


-1,582

156,123
987,518
1,006,372
............


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


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

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


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


Classification of
OUTLAYS--Continued


Department of Health, Education, and Welfare--Continued
Social Security Administration--Continued
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 ...............................

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 Services:
Grants to states for social services................
Human development services.......................
Work incentives ..................... ......
Other...........................................

Total--Assistant Secretary for Human Dev. Serv...

Department management:
Intragovernmental funds .........................
General departmental management .................
Office for Civil Rights ...........................
Other ...........................................
Proprietary receipts from the public.................
Intrabudgetary transactions:
Payments for health insurance for the aged:
Federal hospital insurance trust fund .............
Federal supplementary medical insurancetrust fund .
Payments for military service credits and special
benefits for the aged:
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund.
Federal disability insurance trust fund...........
Federal hospital insurance trust fund .............
Receipts transferred to railroad retirement account..
Interest on reimbursement of administrative and
vocational rehabilitation expenses:
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund.
Federal disability insurance trust fund ............
Federal hospital insurance trust fund .............
Federal supplementary medical insurancetrust fund .
Other..... ......... ................... ......

Total- -Department of Health, Educ., & Welfare ...


Outlays


This Month


Applicable
Receipts


Net
Outlays


Current Fiscal Year to Date


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year


I -


Outlays


Applicable
Receipts


Net
Outlays


Outlays


I t t I $ I + +


86,451,086
103,433
.............
.............


36,451,086
103,433

..........


$12,763,720
176,972
............
............


$12,763,720
176,972
............
............


011,525,636
193,327
............
............


Applicable
Receipts


Net
Outlays


s11,525,636
193,327
e............


6,554,518 .......... 6,554,518 12,940,691 .......... 12,940,691 11,718,963 ........ 11,718,963


1,000,121 .......... 1,000,121 1,973,882 .......... 1,973,882 1,759,466 ........... 1,759,466
38,036 .......... 38,036 69,928 ......... 69,928 54,594 5.......... 54,594
............. .......... .......... ............ .......... ............ ............ ........... ............
6,900 .......... 6,900 13,700 ......... 13,700 13,300 ......... 13,00

1,045,057 .......... 1,045,057 2,057,510 .......... 2,057,510 1,827,360 ........... 1,827,360

8,683,884 .......... 8,683,884 17,143,091 .......... 17,143,091 15,696,755 ........... 15,696,755


291 .......... 291 583 .......... 583 502 ........... 502
758 .......... 758 2,160 .......... 2,160 2,097 ........... 2,097
2,484 .......... 2,484 6,629 .......... 6,629 6,489 ........... 6,489
7,795 .......... 7,795 15,383 .......... 15,383 15,262 ........... 15,262

11,329 .......... 11,329 24,755 .......... 24,755 24,350 ...........24,350


196,300 .......... 196,300 392,600 .......... 392,600 578,121 .......... 578,121
175,904 .......... 175,904 344,199 .......... 344,199 211,542 ......... 211,542
16,831 .......... 16,831 39,149 .......... 39,149 68,540 ........... 68,540
568 .......... 568 412 .......... 412 32,314 ........... 32,314

389,604 .......... 389,604 776,359 .......... 776,359 890,518 ......... 890,518


16,738 .......... 16,738 19,349 .......... 19,349 129,828 .......... 129,828
15,111 .......... 15,111 25,546 .......... 25,546 20,093 .......... 20.093
2,820 ....... 2,820 4,790 .......... 4,790 4,584 ........... 4,584
1,194 .......... 1,194 3,393 .......... 3,393 2,019 ........... 2,019
............. $2,512 -2,512 ............ $6,407 -6,407 ............ $4,524 -4,524


............ .......... .......... ........... .......... ........... ............ .......................
-1,016,7 .......... -1,016,766 -1,016,766 .......... -1,016,766 -769,409 .....-.... -769,409


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




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

-24,641 -. -24,641 -24,641 .......... -24,641 ............ ........... ............

13,312,019 11,705 13,300,314 26,094,317 20,203 26,074,114 23,651,950 32,759 23,619,191
rr oeeeeoo rro *eelv leeoreoeoee ooeoeeuo coloe eelrrr I or r+ Ilel eeooe eeeeee~res~1
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..........
..........
..........


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


I l.i -;bificat Iin of
01 T LAYS- -C,,ntinued


I hi.s Month

(, Applicabl
Slavecelpt!


Cur rent F sral v a' r it, 1).itl


Net
Outl v-


'tit LaN,
i'>uala\ i


(_ nip r [' ,.il jt' I'v r .i! l'. ; l i .... Y'. r


I.U.t 1.1


A .. ;.i : -
P,. ,.l:.'.


Department of Housing and L'rban Development
Housing programs,
Public enterprise funds
Federal Housing Adnlnistratiun fund .... ..
Housing for the elderly or handicapped fund
College housing--loans and other expenses ..
Low-rent public housing- -loans and other expenses.
Revolving fund fliquidating programs ......
Other ........................... ....... .
lntraeovernmental 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 ......... .

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 programs .......................
Community development grants....................
Comprehensive planning k-rants ..................
Other......... .. .......... ........... .....

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

New Communities Administration ...................
Federal [nsurai.ce Administration ...................
Consumer affairs and regulatory functions............
Policy development and research .....................
Departmental management:
[ntragovernmental funds .. .......................
Salaries and expenses .............................
Other.......... ....... .... .......... ....
Proprietary receipts from the public..................

Total--Department of Housing and Urban Development

See footnotes on page 3.


138,. 1!7
,.782
4, 809
24.610
6.348
619
12,021

2.042
170.763
9.084
64.323
20 070

60.289

519.846


59.628
8.930
576
-28.183

40,951



6.310
48.290
205,197
6,657
1 .611

268.065


115.062
1. 889
22,531
12.455
2.01 1
1.053


155.000


35.183
12,644
4.588


52,415



2.693
11.299




13.993


44.880, ......
14,899 1,173
429 .........
10,669 .........

291 -** **** *
11.878 .......

'....... 4.. 223

911.647 j 222.804


23.025
4,892
-17 721
12.155
4,.338
-434
12,021

2.042
170.733
9. 084
64.323
20.070

60.289

t
364,846



24,446
-3,713
-4,012
-28.183

-11,463


3.616
36.991
205.1971
6.657
1.611

254,072

44.880
13,726
429
10.669

29
11,878

-223

688,843


226.093
J. 252
t.. 156
40 Wl
49 01
11.403
7013
27,584

3 874
311 12
17,343
111,768
37.254

121.834

934.381



98.418
16,681
1.278
-16,600

99.778


21.398
113.545
403.424-
14,440
2.860

555.665
~-~-----"---
45,439
22.368
443
11.201

430
49,528



1.719.231
_


212 )07
1 H9
5y 9













29'7.$23


H ...90

20. l 8
7.299


110,58


13.2WH
7 363

:-32 i72

-1 308
27. 984

3 U74
.11 .512
17,343
111,760
37.254

121.834

'336,557



15.328
-3,517
-6.021
-1. 600

-10,810


.. 640J 15.758
32 080 41.464
....... 403.-424
........ 14 440
2.860

37 721 '17.944

1U 45.429
1.0t,90 20,678
........ 443
........ 1 1.201

....... 430
........ 49.528
422 -422

448.254 1 270 .977


Ii


, j'.7



2 9


3.J.- Y


45.21f.
43 .1 3

#6. ..92

7 7.143



Y.7. 172
18.370
127
-14 914

371,755


11 381
i'i.482
122.H19
"4.248
4.112

552.042
3.754
19. 484
............
15,170

1.342
'8. 636
45


1.819,371


2I1 1 I.r
"3 '--i

I .....











114 '522



'3.3 3'i ,

r1. r`4
. .


4 4 (C
;3.745




IH. 242

1.243


. .........




3 19
.313.017


27. ir.


I, ]' ,
-1. 45
3 346


231 20
.3. 151
.5 216
43 183
'C 292

172 ',.21



- ,;5 41-
-- 333
-4.521
-14.914

-87' 186


6 t*W
175 738
322.n19
14.248
-1 112

513.800

3 754
:Y.241
I ,. 170

1 342
68,636
45
-69

506,354


(0. t la .\pill l'ljle
R.e.icp,p.s


-










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


This Month


Classification of
O U TLAY S--Continued



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 project tb...........
Construction and rehabilitatiion.................
O.eration and maintenance.......................
Other. .....................................
Office of Water Research and Technolg .............

TJtal--Land and water resources................

Fis. and wildlife and parks:
Bureau of Outdoor Recreatin ......................
tnitud States Fih and Wildlife Servic.-
Ilksurce rnanardemnent...........................
fHe reatio.nal ro luirre .............. .........
Other..........................................
National Park Service:
Operation of the national park system............
Const ruction .,...............................
Other .......................................

Total--Fish and wildlife and parks ................

Energy and minerals'
Geological Surve,. .. ............ ......... ........
Mining Enfi.lrcement and Safeti Administration.......
Bureau rf Mines-
Helium fund....................................
Other..........................................

T',tal--EnerL'v and minerals .....................

Bureau of Indian AflairE
Pjii.: ert-erri.. funds...........................
Ope rat in Indian pr.jIera. i 15 .....................
C r.struti -'n ... .... .......... .. ............. ...
Indian r ral funds .......................... ...
Ot r............................................

T jru --Bureau )t Indian Aflfir ..................

uflice of Te.rritorial Affair .........................
Office I the Sllciltir and Of f.I- of the St- retar......
Pr.,priLitarv receipts fr ..n tlhe public ........ .........
rjIa.1l, I r'r. trrilb I t .n l ....LI- ....., .... .,

T .tal--Dr part. -ewt of the Interior ...................


Outlays Applicable
Receipts

I-


-27.330

5,727

84,551
8.614

19,824
27.238
9,222
643
2.184

185.332


37.220

18,504
7.478
6.998

33.953
6.396
3,767

114,317


41.872
9.019


1.145
12 219

G4.256


233
77.627
-1,891
8.050
3,806

87,825

16,119
3,757


471 605


76,578
.........
,o........
.. _...... _
.. .. '


Net
Outlays





$27,330

5,727

84,551
8,614

13.245
27.238
9,222
643
2.184


6,578 178.754


37.220

18.504
7.478
6.998

33.953
6.396
3.767

114.317


41.872
9.019


953 192
......... 12,219

953 63,303


896. -663
......... 77.627
-......... 1,891
....... 8.050
......... 3806

89C 86.929


89,777


'38.204


IC.119
3,757
-89,777


373,401


Current Fiscal Year to Date

Outlast Applicable
outlays Receipts O


751.072

106,045

84.551
12.957

31.446
66.548
14.837
23.170
2.186

392,813


61,592

30.859
9.057
12.442

62.953
9.819
5,434

192,156


76,861
18.750

1,761
20,150

117.522


567
105,967
43.616
14,298
5,654

170.102

18,137
-5791


890.150


...........






.15,246




15.240


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



...........

...........








1 .50











178,470


196.953


Compare

Eet
aet Outlays
tlays


-51,072

106,045

84,551
12,957

16,201
66.548
14,837
23,170
2.186

377.567


61.592

30,859
9.057
12,442

62.953
9.819
5.434

192,156


76.861
18,750

-189
20 150

115.572


-720
105.967
43,616
14,298
5.654

168.815

1R.137
-579
-178.470


603.1 7


:59,112

29,563


11,850
23.661
100.675
20,099
21.582
-1.445

265.095


51.834

22,296
9,258
9,256

49,847
14.221
6.647

163,359


55,287
16 .809

1,444
25,143

96.683


1.277
U.,756
74,187
15,113
6,927

178.260

21 ,8'4-
4,033

-36.347

694 .936


able Period Prior Fiscal Year


Applicable
Receipts


13.444
.........13..444
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......... ...


13.4441


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1,772


1,772


399





399

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157,717

173.332


Net
Outlays





'59,112

29,563


11. 850

10,216
100,675
20,099
21.582
-1,445

251.651


51,834

22.296
9.258
9.256


49.847
14.221
6.647

163.359


55.287
16.809

-328
25.143

96.911


878
80,756
74.187
15.113
6.927

177.861

21.854
4.033
-157.717
-36.347

521. 104


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Classification of
OUTLAYS--Continued


Department of Justice:
General administration............................
Legal activities..................................
Federal Bureau of Investigation .....................
Immigration and Naturalization Service ..............
Drug Enforcement Administration ....................
Federal Prison System .............................
Law Enforcement Assistance Administration ..........
Proprietary receipts from the public....................

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

Department of Labor:
Employment and Training Administration:
Program administration.,.........................
Employment and training assistance ...............
Community service employment for older Americans.
Temporary 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................................................
Other........ ........ ......... ...................
Unemployment trust fund:
Federal--State unemployment insurance:
State unemployment benefits ..................
Grants to States for unemployment insurance and
employment services ......................
Federal administrative expenses ..............
Interest on refunds of taxes....................
Railroad unemployment insurance:
Railroad unemployment benefits..............
Administrative expenses ......................
Payment of interest on advances from railroad
retirement account .........................

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

Total--Employment and Training Administration...

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


Outlays


?1,804
31,184
40,556
28,020
18,176
34,504
55,322
............


209,565


7,064
277,501
7,757
321,256
94,235

45,129

75,000
20,047


This Month


Current Fiscal Year to Date


I t


Applicable
Receipts







$933

247


Net
Outlays


31,804
31,184
40,556
28,020
18,176
33,572
55,322
-247


Outlays


26,381
57,656
89,634
50,170
31,852
59,079
121,929
.............


+ + 4- 4


1,180


208,385


416,701


Applicable
Receipts


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

81,876

1,345


3,222


Net
Outlays


16,381
57,656
89,634
50,170
31,852
57,203
121,929
-1,345

413,479


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year


Outlays Applicable
Receipts


'7,565
36,095
82,508
38,435
29,634
42,481
158,589


395,306


S1;i539
..........
708

2,248


i I I= I I


7,064
277,501
7,757
321,256
94,235

45,129

75,000
20,047


-1 ________


740,111

94,002
3,127
46

15,250
877

29


740,111

94,002
3,127
46

15,250
877

29


17,148
544,481
15,034
658,179
-6,418

38,454

239,000
40,359


1,507,049

214,000
6,037
125


28,072
1,765

59


17,148
544,481
15,034
658,179
-6,418

38,454

239,000
40,359


1,507,049

214,000
6,037
125


28,072
1,765

59


17,075
377,380
8,294
346,048
307,768

116,402

614,698
-1,925


1,864,265

160,309
7,249
96


33,620
1,964

-108


Net
Outlays


-7,565
36,095
82,508
38,435
29,634
40,941
158,589
-708

393,059


17,075
377,380
8,294
348,048
307,768

116,402

614,698
-1,925


1,864,265

160,309
7,249
96


33,620
1,964

-108


853,442 ......... 853,442 1,757,108 .......... 1,757,108 2,067,395 .......... 2,067,395

1,701,431 ......... 1,701,431 3,303,345 .......... 3,303,345 3,853,135 .......... 3,853,135

4,207 ......... 4,207 9,526 .......... 9,526 9,468 .......... 9,468

8,510 ........ 8,510 19,689 .......... 19,689 18,780 .......... 18,780
-145,290 ......... -145,290 -193,902 .......... -193,902 -113,712 .......... -113,712
562 .......562 62 698 .......... 698 589 .......... 589
11,580 ......... 11,580 23,241 .......... 23,241 20,390 .......... 20,390
6,764 ......... 6,764 14,724 .......... 14,724 16,779 .......... 16,779
11,537 ......... 11,537 -2,630 .......... -2,630 -2,780 .......... -2,780
.... ..... 463 -463 ............. 1,581 -1,581 .............592 -592
-75,000 ........ -75,000 -75,000 .......... -75,000 05,000 .......... 05,000
1,524,300 463 1,523,837 3,099,690 1,581 3,098,110 3,197,649 592 3,197,057


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


classification o This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year
Classification of
OUTLAYS-Continued Ou s Applicable Net Outlays Applicable Net Outlas Applicable Net
aReceipts Outlays Receipts Outlays aReceipts Outlays


Department of State:
Administration of foreign affairs:
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.............................
Other.............. ... ..............................
Proprietary receipts from the public ...............
Intrabudgetary transactions:
Foreign Service retirement and disability fund:
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:
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 equipment......................
Research, engineering and development.........
Interest on refunds of taxes....................
Operations..................................

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

Total--Federal Aviation Administration.........

Federal Highway Administration:
Highway trust fund:
Federal-aid highways ........................
Right-of-way revolving fund ..................
Other..................................... ......
Other programs ...............................

Total- Federal Higway Administration.........


149,678

4,728

26,599
7,594
713


$49,678

4,723

26,599
7,594
713


$89,835

8,584

26,599
14,968
1,047


$89,835

8,584

26,599
14,968
1,047


$80,663

1,497

8,055
12,621
1,462


880,663

1,497

8,055
12,621
1,462


89,307 ........... 89,307 141,034 ......... 141,034 104,299 ............ 104,299

721 .......... 721 87,961 .......... 87,961 73,018 ........... 73,018
1,247 .......1,247 ,247 4,153 4,153 3,258 ............ 3,258
6,682 .......... 6,682 10,850 .......... 10,850 10,058 ............ 10,056
-3,606 ..3,60 -2,191 .......... -2,191 4,964 ............ 4,964
............. 8173 -173 ............ 44,713 4,713 .............. --3,235 3,235


-89 ........... -89 -12 ....... -12 -126 -14 .....-14
-48,049 ........... -48,049 -48,049 .......... -48,049 -24,735 ............ -24,735
-43 ........... -43 -43 .......... -43 ............. ............ .............

46,170 173 45,997 193,589 -4,713 198,302 170,847 -3,235 174,082


-4,664 ........... -4,664 9,110 .......... 9,110 19,009 ............ 19,009

77,713 ........... 77,713 151,071 .......... 151,071 135,228 ........... 135,228
11,108 .......... 11,108 19,078 .......... 19,078 18,088 ............ 18,088
10,726 ........... 10,726 23,240 .......... 23,240 22,518 ............ 22,518
8,401 424 7,976 15,238 948 14,289 13,666 835 12,831

107,947 424 107,523 208,628 948 207,679 189,500 835 188,665


4 ........... 4 9 .......... 9 9 ............ 9
152,892 .......... 152,892 343,346 ......... 343,346 313,893 ............ 313,893
5,776 ........... 5,776 9,601 .......... 9,601 6,571 ............ 6,571

57,587 ........... 57,587 97,341 .......... 97,341 45,342 ............ 45,342
19,054 ........... 19,054 37,481 .......... 37,481 31,310 ............ 31,310
5,659 .......... 5,659 12,241 .......... 12,241 11,962 ............ 11,962
18 ........... 18 18 .......... 18 5 ............ 5
(*) .......... (.) -1 .......... -1 -11 .... .... -11

82,317 .......... 82,317 147,080 .......... 147,080 88,608 .......... 88,608

240,989 .......... 240,989 500,036 .......... 500,036 409,082 ........... 409,082


645,218 ........... 645,218 1,252,265 .......... 1,252,265 1,357,915 ............ 1,357,915
-4,805 .......... -4,805 -3,189 .......... -3,189 7,243 ............ 7,243
967 .......... 967 3,134 ......... 3,134 4,565 .......... 4,565
16,852 ........... 16,852 31,328 .......... 31,328 23,958 ............ 23,958

658,232 ........... 658,232 1,283,537 .......... 1,283,537 1,393,680 ............ 1,393,680


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Classification of
OUTLAYS- -Continued



Department of Transportation- -Continued
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration:
Traffic and highway safety......................
Trust fund share of traffic safety programs.......
Other........................................
Federal Railroad Administration:
Alaska Railroad revolving fund.................
Railroad rehabilitation and improvement financing
fund ................. .....................
Railroad research and development ..............
Rail service assistance .......................
Northeast corridor improvement program ........
Grants to National Railroad Passenger Corporation .
Other.......................... .................

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

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

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

Department of the Treasury:
Office of the Secretary ..........................
Office of Revenue Sharing:
Antirecession Financial Assistance Fund.........
General Revenue Sharing .......................
Other.........................................
Federal Law Enforcement Training Center .........
Bureau of Government Financial Operations:
Public enterprise funds:
Check forgery insurance fund ................
New York City seasonal financing fund .........
Salaries and expenses.........................
New York City seasonal financing fund,
administrative expenses ......................
Claims, judgements, and relief acts.............
Interest on uninvested funds....................
Payment of Government losses in shipment.......
Other .................... ......................

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

Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms ........
United States Customs Service ................
Bureau of Engraving and Printing .................
Bureau of the Mint........ ..................
Bureau of the Public Debt ...................
Internal Revenue Service:
Federal tax lien revolving fund..................
Salaries and expenses .........................
Accounts, collection and taxpayer service........
Compliance ..................................
Interest on refunds on taxes ....................
Internal revenue collections for Puerto Rico......

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

See footnotes on page 3.


This Month


Outlays I Applicable
outlays Receipts


:4.944
11.500
-1.421


4,514

8,770
6.608
1.527
10.666

1,545

33,631

118,813
561
283
................


1.170,815


2.198

1,926
285
542
1,624


2

11,580

61
6,996
130
34
246


Net
Outlays




e4,944
11,500
-1,421


-3.597

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


3,597

.........
1,107

2,883


918

8,770
6,608
1,527
10,666

1,545


30,034

118,813
-546
283
-2,883


2,198

1,926
285
542
1,624


2

11,580

61
6,996
130
34
246


Current Fiscal Year to Date


Applicable
Outlays Receipts


9.451
21,500
-4.967


Net
Outlays




.9,451
21,500
-4,967


9,748

14.630
10,134
9.854
16,729
218.665
2.834

282.594

175,726
1,220
427
...............


I -


1,162,804


2.487,263


4,118

426,328
1,708,664
1.000
2,530


2

24,755

97
15,260
155
47
544


27,941







7,941


1,937
........... .
6.065

16,891


264

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


1,807

14,630
10,134
9,854
16,729
218,665
2,834


274,653

175,726
-717
427
-6,065 .


2

24.755

97
15,260
155
47
544


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year


Sl Applicable
Receipts




710.153 .............
9,500 ..........
2,646........

10.521 8,141


8,148
4,384
4
128.378
3,933


155,3688

177.942
1.549

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


-. .. .. .


2,470,372


3,853

426,328
1,708,664
1,000
2,530


2.368,429
-- 4


13,188

531,732
1,689,103
472
2,437


1

26,020

50
59,067
38
95
234


8.141

95
1.688


Net
Outlays




?10.153
9,500
2.646

2.380


8,148
4.384
4
128.378
3,933

147.227

177,847
-140


7,065 __ -7.065

17 825 2.350,604


............. 13,188

............. 531.732
............. 1,689,103
............. 472
............. 2,437


26,020

50
59.067
38
95
234


19,049.......... 19,049 40.859 ........... 40,859 85,506 ............. 85.506

11,692 .......... 11.692 24.010 ........... 24,010 21,493 ............. 21,493
52.513 .......... 52.513 115,179 ........... 115.179 104,072 ............. 104,072
7,151 .......... 7.151 -670 ........... -670 -1,335 ............. -1.335
2,633 .......... 2,633 8,160 ........... 8,160 7.245 ............. 7,245
9,110 .......... 9,110 16,908 .......... 16.908 19.125 ............ 19.125

105 46 59 231 46 186 235 200 35
4,004 .......... 4,004 10,305 ........... 10,305 9,439 ............. 9,439
64,541 .......... 64,541 158,296 ........... 158,296 161,044 ............. 161,044
72,550 .......... 72,550 184,692 ........... 184,692 167,129 ............. 167,129
30,180 .......... 30,180 56,500 ........... 56,500 62,805 ............. 62.805
16,771 .......... 16,771 35,724 ........... 35,724 25,621 ............. 25,621

188,151 46 188,105 445,749 46 445,703 426.271 200 426,072


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

This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year
Classification of A bp.e
OUTLAYS--Continued Applicable Net Applicable Net Applicable Net
Outlays Receipts Outlays Outlays Receipts Outlays Outlays Receipts Outlays


Department of the Treasury--Continued
United States Secret Service.........................
Comptroller of the Currency ........................
Interest on the public debt:
Public issues accruall basis)..;...................
Special issues (cash basis).......................

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

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

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

Environmental Protection Agency:
Revolving fund for certification and other services.....
Agency and regional management ...................
Research and development:
Pc lution control and abatement...................
Energy........................................
Abatement and control ..................... .....
Enforcement......................................
Construction grants ..............................
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......
Property management and disposal activities..........
Preparedness activities ............................
General activities .................................
Proprietary receipts from the public
StockplUe 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 Sace
Administration ................ ............

See footnotes on pak e 3.


311,181
8.136


2811


$11,181
7,326


524,345
16,269


.......57
11,157


124,345
15,111


E23,406
13.782


2,982.710 ........... 2,982,710 5,946,383 ........... 5,946,383 5.493,730 ............ 5,493,730
337.599 ........... 337,599 456,908 ........... 456,908 441,290 .......... 441,290

3,320,309 ........... 3.320,309 6,403,291 ........... 6,403,291 5,935,020 ............ 5,935,020

............... 23.001 -23,001 ............... 47,671 -47,671 ............... 112,509 -112,509
............... 218,410 -218,410 ............... 392.036 -392,036 ............... 364,210 -364,210
-335,880 ........... -335,880 -352,589 ......... -352,589 -489,875 ........... -489.875

3.300.620 242,268 3,058,352 8,884,151 441,174 8,442,977 8,381,642 477.855 7,903.787


S............... 39 -39 .............. 39 -39 1 ............
22,706 ........... 22,706 16,141 ........... 16,141 10,968 .......... 10,968

28,572 ........... 28,572 34.566 ........... 34,566 27,505 ............ 27,505
6,397 ........... 6,397 7,305 ........... 7,305 4,376 ............ 4,376
-72.877 ........... -72,877 52.410 ........... 52,410 74,254 ....... 74,254
12.681 ........... 12,681 10,565 ........... 10,565 8,957 .......... 8.957
371,192 ........... 371,192 553,640 ........... 553,640 556,928 ........... 556.928
931 ........... 931 966 ........ 966 3,478 ............ 3,478
............... 38 -38 ............... 45 -45 ......... ... 19 -19

369,602 77 369,524 675,593 84 675,508 686,466 19 686,447


$23,406
12 845;


89,757

16,997
12.075
4.271
-9.008
1
1,782
6,621

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-81

122.415


260 792
9,026
68,962
f


338,782


323



138

7,224
3,785


11.471


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69


69


89,757

16.997
12,075
3,948
-9,008
1
1,782
6,483

-7.224
-3.785
-81

110.943


260,792
9.026
68.962

-69


338,713


-85,069

21,259
28,130
14,643
-3,841
1
4,260
17,806


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

-203

-3,015


482.907
18.170
147,812
2



648,891


656
...........
...........
...........
186

14,865
9,890


25,597


...........



441


441


-85,069

21,259
28,130
13,987
-3,841
1
4,260
17,620

-14,865
-9,890
-203

-28.612


482,907
18.170
147,812
2
-441


648,450


-51.298

-19.480
33,106
13.375
-7,785
180
3.162
13.569

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

-142

-15,313


553.626
14.993
157,256
816


726.691


625
............

11
201

18,482
-7,352


11.966




.........


113


-51.298

-19.480
33,106
12.751
-7,785
180
3.152
13.368

-18.482
7.352
-142

-27.279


553,626
14 993
157.256
816
-113


726.578


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


Classification of
OUTLAYS- -Continued


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................... ....... ...........
Research in health care ............................
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 lie .................................
Other...........................................

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

Independent agencies:
Action ........................ .................
Arms Control and Disarmament Agency................
Board for International Broadcasting ..................
Civil Aeronautics Board.......................
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......................
Other ............. ..........o.................

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


This Month


Outlays


.52,735
10,964
1,768
4,118
19.851
786,957
306,491
391,587
8,937
42,114
22,085

35.484
3,714
2,049
12,949






-330
-1


Applicable
Receipts



$21,676
12,401
2,191
12
19.444
...........
...........
...........
...........
...........
...........


4,047
...........

42,051
412
2,047


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


Net
Outlays


31,060
-1,437
-423
4,106
407
786,957
306,491
391,587
8.937
42,114
22,085

35.484
3,714
-1,997
12,949

-42,051
-412
-2,047


-330
-1


Current Fiscal Year to Date


Outlays


194.598
19,447
3,390
8,677
42.700
1,538,539
545,489
850,466
19.428
103,918
42,713

72,240
7,814
4,071
19,025



-3


-501
-4


Applicable
Receipts



Z42,573
24,274
3,922
26
41,524
..........
..........
..........






7,161


78.786
746
2,184


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


Net
Outlays


$52,025
-4,827
-532
8,651
1,176
1,538,539
545,489
850,466
19.428
103,918
42,713

72.240
7,814
-3,089
19,025

-78.786
-746
-2,187


-501
-4
.............


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year


Outlays



*90,403
20,056
3,642
1,229
49,958
1.417.745
706,677
770.299
19.249
100,543
37,189

71,663
8,103
3.883
15,100






-334
-7
...............


Applicable
Receipts



54,065
24,571
3,681
6
47.049



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

.............
.............
6,151

73,971
866
-405


Net
Outlays



736.338
-4.515
-40
1.224
2.909
1.417.745
706.677
770.299
19,249
100,543
37,189

71,663
8,103
-2.268
15.100

-73.971
-866
405


-334
-7
............


1.701,472 104,280 1,597,191 3.372,008 201.196 3,170,812 3.315,398 209.957 3.105.441


18,691 -46 18,737 34,991 -23 35.014 35.154 60 35.095
944 ........... 944 1,956 .......... 1,956 1.472 ............. 1,472
8,760 ........... 8,760 13,639 .......... 13,639 9,393 ............. 9.393
8,623 2 8,621 18.653 7 18,646 15,826 7 15.819

881,645 ........... 881,645 1,757,904 .......... 1.757,904 1.520.131 ............. 1,520.131

93 ........... 93 186 .......... 186 144 ............. 144
13,318 ........... 13,318 27,466 .......... 27,466 25.812 ............. 25.812

36,763 ........... 36,763 37,376 .......... 37,376 37,304 ............. 37,304
232,537 218,832 13,705 445,313 419,042 26.270 393,194 397.983 -4.790
35,326 103,120 -67,794 71,888 162,499 -90,611 69,813 143.166 -73,353
842 925 -83 1,694 1,625 69 2.250 1,756 493
-826 .......... -826 577 .......... 577 360 ............ 380
...........1 -1 ................ 4 -4 -1 2 -2



-993 ........... -993 -2,330 .......... -2,330 -1.806 ............. -1.806
-93 ........... -93 -186 .......... -186 -144 ............. -144
-1,623 ........... -1,623 -2,617 .......... -2,617 ............... ............. ...............

1.196,989 322,878 874,111 2,337,271 583,170 1,754,101 2,047,057 542.907 1,504,150








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

This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year
Classification of
OUTLAYS--Continued as Applicable Net Outlays Applicable Net Outlays Applicable Net
Ouays Receipts Outlays Outlays Receipts Outlayutlays Receipts Outlays


Independent Agencies--Continued
Commission on Civil Rights ........................
Commodity Futures Trading Commission ............
Community Services Administration .................
Consumer Product Safety Commission ..............
Corporation for Public Broadcasting..................
District of Columbia:
Federal payment ................................
Loans and repayable advances ....................
Emergency Loan Guarantee Board....................
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission ...........
Export-Import Bank of the United States ..............
Federal Communications Commission ................
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation ...............
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...........
Federal Trade Commission ........................
Historical and memorial commissions ................
Intergovernmental agencies:
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority .....
Other.................. ........................
International Trade Commission .....................
Interstate Commerce Commission....................
Legal Services Corporation.........................
National Credit Union Administration ................
National Endowment for the Arts ....................
National Endowment for the Humanities ...............
National Labor Relations Board .....................
National Science Foundation ........................
Nuclear Regulatory Commission ....................
Postal Service:
Payment to the Postal Service fund ................
Railroad Retirement Board-
Payments to railroad retirement trust fund..........
Regional rail transportation protective account......
Railroad retirement account:
Benefit payments and claims ....................
Advances to the railroad retirement account from
the FOASI trust fund ..........................
Advances to the railroad retirement account from
the FDI trust fund ............................
Disbursements for the payment of FOASI benefits ..
Disbursements for the payment of FDI benefits ....
Administrative expenses ......................
interest on refunds of taxes .....................
Proprietary receipts from the public ...............
Intrabudgetary transactions:
Railroad retirement account:
Payment to railroad retirement trust funds......
Interest transferred to federal hospital
insurance trust fund...........................

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

See footnotes on page 3.


1901
1,242
79,644
4,039


105,626

17
5,409
109,707
6,384
45,667


5,200
14,946
51
712
1,501
4,144
73
14,800
641
918
4,590
287
13,432
11,095
14,675
5,603
54,717
30,063


8,309 ............


320,990

-22,600

-3,200
11,869
1,757
2.423
50


(-)





25
264,630
1
155,939


5,156
99,108
............
2
(-)
5
798

142

6
............
5,465
4,290
............
6
4
2


$901
1,242
79,644
4,038


105,626
.........**
17
5,384
-154,923
6,383
-110,271


44
-84,162
51
710
1,501
4,139
-725
14,800
499
918
4,584
287
7,967
6,805
14,675
5,597
54,713
30,061


$2,077
2,708
134,351
6,319
107,150

105,626
..............
17
13,409
205,090
11,346
662,309


9,471
17,880
92
1,725
3,647
10,375
95
21,800
1,063
2,103
9,933
287
13,432
19,863
14,872
12,063
105,598
40,427

1,695,540


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

............
............
124
27
406,241
2
195,273


8,924
116,547
............
3
(C)
7
805

............
284
............
13

5,465
(.)

23
5
4


$2,077
2,708
134,350
6,318
107,150

105,626
.............
-107
13,383
-201,150
11,344
467,036


548
-98,667
92
1,722
3,647
10,369
-710
21,800
779
2,103
9,920
287
7,967
19,862
14,872
12,040
105,593
40,423

1,695,540


S1,667
1,837
77,795
7,099
103.000

262,504
20,117
23
11,203
-2,157
8,980
227,962


13,087
12,402
206
1,637
3,650
9,581
5,141
101.565
902
1,953
10,379
125,000
4,746
24,687
..............
11,839
102,832
28,014

1,766,170


112
1
..............

..............
29,722
72
4
..............
1
347,231


132,358
136,027
..............
5
(")
-200
3,821

..............
264
..............
4

4,472
(C)
..............
15
6
-3


.. I 2 ..00


-30 ............


8,309

320,990

-22,600

-3,200
11,869
1,757
2,423
50
(-)



-30


14,588

653,714

-34,200

-4,900
23,298
3,581
5,009
50


............ o
............
............
............
........ .o..
............
reeeeee
ee



(*)


-2,770 1 ...........


14,588

653,714

-34,200

-4,900
23,298
3,581
5,009
50
(*)


250,000
8,991

615,016


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

..............
5,171
(*)


ee1er1
11


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


....... -250,000 .............

-2,770 ..... ......................


319,568 (*) 319,567 658,370 (*) 658,370 629,178 (6) 629,178


81,667
1,837
77,784
7,098
103,000

262,504
-9,605
-50
11,199
-2,157
8,978
-119,269


-119.272
-123,625
206
1,632
3,650
9,781
1,319
101,565
638
1,953
10,375
125,000
274
24,686

11,824
102,826
28,018

1,766,170


250,000
8,991

615,016


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

5,171

()-


-250,000


............
............
............
............
............
(*)








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


Cli~ssLfiLj ai11 Of
OUT LAYS--Cu.,nt rnu'od


Independent Agencies- -Continued
Securities and Exchange Commission ..............
Selective Service System .............................
Small Business Administration
Public enterprise funds:
Business loan and investment fund.................
Disaster loan fund ..........................
Surety bond guarantees revolving fund.............
O ther................................. .........
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 ................

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

Total--United States Inforniation Agency ..........

United States Railway Association
Administrative expenses.........................
Purchase of Conrail securities ....................
Water Resources Council............. .........
Other independent agencies ...................... ..

Total--Independent agencies .....................

Undistributed offsetting receipts-
Federal employer contributions to retirement and
social insurance funds:
Legislative Branch:
United States 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......
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................................

See footnotes on page 3.


Thl i MhillJ

ApplicaiUlr- Net
Uutl.v'. RL'pts Ou I Vh



-6 245 2 6 244
............... ....... .........


243.109 34566.
226 11 17.989
3 70R 970
60b 16
18 914 ...........

: j.........
............... 1


492 51'. 53.,54

11.864 10
604

301,158 160,807
............... 2 1

301 158 160,809


25.11H :...........
334 ...........
121 ...........
S91
25.574 91


850 ...........
75.000 ...........
896 284
8.962 835

3.013 32' 1.073.988


-125 ...........


-68.000 .........
-9 000 ...........
-15.000 ..........

-1,569 ...........


-172.314 ...........



-61 .505 ..........


-327.512 ...........
L -- -I---


208 5V'4
208. 91
2. 738
592
18.914
-1
.......... I

438.97;

11.85-4


140 351


140 34 '


25.118
33-1
121
-91 .

25 481


850
75.000
61 2
8.127

1.939.342


CurrillI F'i-,L Yc'J] 1 [. Ui


)Outll.\


11.182
193


284.877
269.92o1
9 0(11
1, -I .
32 82'.



597.85h'

21 42t.
2. 1 ,"'

603 15'


AIv I lL .lit '
H*' *, .1)1 !.,


NU '- '.
N,
,Jul I.I


O ,il.t '


11.179
1M3


66.717
35.49
1.G63
51

...........
4


103.932


218,160
234,422
7 3%9
1. 11 "
12 821.
-4


493.917


11 21.415,
211 1 962


32b 071
5


603.152 328 071,


43.569
774
17:..
..........51

44.51 F


....o......
141

141


1.960 ...........
75.000 ...........
1.851 5 14
18.95 1.33.1

7.673 79"i 1.751.148


275 081
-2

275.n 7r.


43.56!1
77-
17t6
-141

44 377


1.960
75.00 O
1 302
17.620

3.922 651


-30 ...........

-125 ..........


-68.000 '
-9.000
-15,00n

-1 .569


-172.314



-61.505

-327.512


-136.000 ..........
-18.000 ...........
-29,000 ...........

-2.85C ...........


-380.314 ...........



-111.127 ...........

-677.452 ............


-136.100(
-18 000
-29,000

-2.85t.


-380.314



-111.127

-677.452


H' tnt-


1 e21


301 78
154 922'
4.217
'12
477 20


477 5"i


(" H-
44.





*,. 27-,


13 n3c;
19 031,
.' .!"s I


. .

500 5e1


40 -14
1 531

. .. .

41. '.-1.


27. N4
4
27o, '*',?


6f'


1.63" i ........
106.130 ... .........
2.55'2 -4'.
10.894 1.247

, ,5 ,, l ni 1 i 2 r'


-129 000 .
-17.000 ...
-26. O21 .. ......

-2 21 1 ...........


-363.d802



105 5c9


-63 -
-. .'J43 7 .. .... .

-A43.707 .............


S, .


23Y. 85.
124 r09

am'

-j


137p 77

1 02'
2 .1i'


22", 'i;


1 620
10f. 18W
1.60F.
0.647

5 282 9!


-363.802


-105.597

-643.707


C I I .i t l i, l ]. I I I 1 L i I t L. "- ..'


I


---r








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


This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year
Classification of u
OUTLAYS--Continued Applicable Net I Applicable Net Applicable Net
Outlays Receipts Outlavys Outlays ReReceipts Outla Outlays Receipt. Outlas


Undistributed offsetting receipts--Cuntinued
InLerest on certain Goevrnment accounts:
Interest credited to certain Government accounts:
The Judiciary.
Judicial survivors annuilr fund................
Department of Defense
Civil.
Solaiers' and Airmen's Home permanent fund..
Department of Health. Educatiun. and Welfare:
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust
fund..... ............ .............. .......
Federal disability insurance trust fund ..........
Federal hospital insurance trust fund ...........
Federal supplementary medical insurance trust
fund ................ ............... ........
Department of Labor:
Uneniployment trust lund ......................
Department State
ForeiLn Service retire-ment and disability fund...
Department Ji TransportLitiun
Airport and airway trust fund ..................
Highway trust fund.............................
Veterans AdniinistratiL.n
G '..vernnlent life insurance fund.................
National service life insurance fund............
Independent aen ies..
C:vil Service C JmlnlliSnll
Civil Service retirement and disability fund ....
Railruad Retirement Board:
Railroad retirement account .................
Other.................... ....................

Subt .al. ...................................

Rents and rj'. aiti.s on the outer continental shelf lands .


T jil--L'naistributed jlt'flsttnllL rtei

T .dl- rBdi-': outlays...........

TOTAL BUDGET



ROutlays -) ...........................

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

Set footnotes on piag 3.


- '87.080
-17 062
-1,165

-1.834

-28,499

-87

-2.042
-13.989

-52



-49,440

-12,729
-417

-214.397


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

...........

...........

...........

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

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


...........

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



478 819


-87.080
-17,062
-1,165

-1,834

-28 499

-87

-2 042
-13 989

-52



-49,440

-12.729
-417

-214 397

-478.819


eipts ........... -541.909 478.819 -1 020 727

................ 40.615.990 3 751 715 36.B64.275



................ 2 27 595 557

............... -36 864.275

... ....... -9 268.718
................- 9-


-;128.263 .
-23.050
-3.492

-8,446

-48,323

-93

-3.187
-25.976

-83
-1,167


-64.304

-18,286
-659

-325 328

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

-1.002.780

82.581 311


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

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

..........

..........

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

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


..........

..........
..........
.- _.-
.. ..... ...

541 948

541 948

6 927 410


MEMORANDUM

Receipts offset against outlays (In thousands)

Current
Fiscal Year
to Date

Proprietary receipts ............................. :2,253.912
Receipts Irmni nff-hudget Federal agencies ......... 392.036
Intrahudretar,' transactions ....................... 9.375.160

T tald receipts l iffset against outlays ........... 12,021,108


-:'128.263
-23.050
-3,492

-8,446

-48.323

-93

-3.187
-25 976

-83
-1.167


-64,304

-18,286
-659

-325,328

-541 948

-1.544.728

75.653 902


105.969
-13.822
-6.157

-2 542

-A4 786

-70

-1.597
-2.5 315

-93
-1,129


-49,660

-18,258
-1.332

-260 731

.............
-- t- 7
-,J04 438

74 760 .172


105.969
-13.822
-6 157

-2 542

-34.786

-70

-1.597
-25 115

-93
-1.129


............. -49 660

............. -18.258
............. -1.332

............ -260.731

191 317 -191 317


191.317 I

" 685.172
-- -- f


-1.095 755

r,7.075 301


Coniparable Period
Prior Fiscal Year


-2.573.860
364.210
".093.030

6 031 100


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


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

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

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

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

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

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





TABLE IV--MEANS OF FINANCING (In thousands)


Classilfcation



(Asets 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 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 ........................................

Loans to International Monetary Fund ........... ......
Other cash and monetary assets ........................

Total cash and monetary assets .............

Miscellaneous asset accounts .............................

Total asset accounts .......................

Excess of liabilities (+) or assets (-)......................

Transactions not applied to current year's surplus or deficit
(See Schedule A for details).............................

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


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


This Month
1


110.568,959


Fiscal Year to Date


This Year Prior Year


$9.131,937
-10


$9,937,430
-10


Account Balances
Current Fiscal Year


S Beginning of


This Year This Month


-4 4


10.568,959 9,131.927 9,937,420 698,839,928 697,402,897 707,971,856


-29,890 -37.608 -34,611 10,297,825 10,290,107 10,260,216

10,539.069 9,094,319 9,902,809 709,137,753 707,693,003 718,232,072



1.685.054 -1,611.172 -1,221,034 157,295,161 153,998,935 155,683,989
8,854,015 10.705.491 11,123,843 551,842,592 553,694,068 562,548,083

-1.320,556 -52,810 139,292 4,712,426 5,980,172 4,659,616


7,826 45,573 -16,688 2,669,132 2,706,879 2,714,705
-77.262 65,471 521,129 3,289,835 3,432,568 3,355,306


-584,792 -2,426.638 279,620 7,900,510 6,058,664 5,473,872

6,879,231 8,337,087 12,047.195 570,414,495 571,872,351 578,751,583



-2,216,415 -13.632,972 -8,762,309 19,103,773 7,687,217 5,470,801


17,990 58,504 8,180 2,489,275 2.529,789 2,547,779
........... .......... -400,000 -1,200,000 -1,200,000 -1,200,000

17.990 58,504 -391,820 1,289,275 1,329,789 1,347,779


........... .......... ............ 6,700,000 6,700,000 6,700,000
22.857 133,105 -48,742 1,095,701 1,205,950 1,228,806
76,000 74,000 380,000 -3,659,852 -3,661,852 -3,585,852
-10,070 -62,210 22,686 -4,899 -57,039 -67,109

88.786 144,895 333.944 4,130,951 4,187,060 4,275,846
1.963 11,429 ............ 669,376 678,842 680,805
-169,931 1.188.591 241,629 3,652,393 5,010,916 4,840,964

-2,277,608 -12,229.553 -8,578,556 28,845.768 18,893,823 16,616,215

-496,171 -3.127.151 2,265,786 4,369,338 1,738.359 1,242,187

-2.773,779 -15.356,704 -6.312,770 33,215,106 20,632,181 17,858,402

-9,653.010 -23,693,791 .18.359,965 -537,199,389 +551,240,170 +560,893,180

-384,293 237,667 2,003,054 ............ 621,959 237,667


-9,268,718 -23,931,458


.20,363,019 *537,199,389 *551,862,129


-t I _______ I _______ k _______ I


Close of
This Month


$698,839,908 S697,402,887 I 707,971,846
20 10 10


+561,130,847





I






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

Fiscal Year to Date
This
Classification Month
This Year Prior Year


Excess of liabilities beginning of period:
Based on composition of unified budget in preceding period..... 1551,240.170 $537,199,389 $483,917,066
Adjustments during current fiscal year for changes in
composition of unified budget: ............
Excess of liabilities beginning of period (current basis) ......... 551,240.170 537.199.389 483,917,066
Budget surplus (-) or deficit:
Based on composition of unified budget in prior fiscal year..... 9,263,826 23,924,095 20,366,013
Changes in composition of unified budget:
Housing for the elderly or the handicapped reclassified
from off-budget to budgetary accounts".................... 4,892 7,363 -2,994
Budget surplus (-) or deficit (Table IL) ....................... 9,268,718 23,931,458 20,363,019
Transactions not applied to current year's surplus or deficit:
Seigniorage............................................. -36,374 -61,729 -67,613
Increment on gold ......................................... ........... ............ ............
Net gain (-)/ loss for U. S. currency valuation adjustment ...... -12,786 -70,895 26,056
Net gain (-)/loss for IMF loan valuation adjustment ........... ....... ..................
Off-budget Federal Agencies:
Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation ..................... 190 1,477 87
Postal Service .......................................... 6152,598 -1,630,739 -3,034,298
Rural electrification and telephone revolving fund........... 26.169 53,848 60,176
Rural telephone bank ................................... 4,005 8.658 9,013
Federal Financing Bank.................................. 250,490 1,461,713 1,003,525
Total--transactions not applied to current year's surplus
or deficit............................................ 384,293 -237,667 -2,003,054
Excess of liabilities close of period .......................... 560,893,180 560,893,180 502,277,031

See footnotes on page 3.

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

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

Classification
Fiscal Year to date Beginning of
This Month This Moth
This Year Prior Year This Year This Month

Agency securities, issued under special financing authorities:
Obligations of the United States, issued by:
Export-Import Bank .................................... -416,628 -$18,120 -422,709 12,858,174 22,856,682 82,840.054
Obligations guaranteed by the United States, issued by:
Department of Defense:
Family Housing Mortgages ........................ -15,014 -25,080 -19,103 1,013.591 1,003,524 988,511
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Federal Housing Administration..................... 1,988 5,614 7,202 579,129 582.755 584,744
Department of Transportation:
Coast Guard:
Family Housing Mortgages ........................ -17 -51 -49 1,844 1.810 1,793
Obligations not guaranteed by the United States, issued by:
Department of Defense:
Homeowners Assistance Mortgages ..................... -220 28 48 2,086 2.334 2.114
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Government National Mortgage Association .............. ............. ............. ............ 3,768,000 3,768,000 3,768.000
Independent agencies:
Postal Service ...................................... ............. ......................... 250,000 250,000 250.000
Tennessee Valley Authority......................... ................... ..... ......... 1,825.000 1,825,000 1,825,000
Total agency securities ........................... -29,890 -37,608 -34,611 10,297.825 10.290.107 10.260.216






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

ISSUE OF PUBLIC DEBT SECURITIES (In thousands)


Accuunt Balances
Current Fsical Year


Fiscal Year to Date Begi

Tlis Yt.ir Colprr.1le This Year
r


'Irt H il l I 'l I i ll ['II l I* I [ .

iln l Itl r 1.i I i.ll 1'i-L 1 l,3r 1 ... .
',,*p..nr fil-n ,,I -Ener.v ............... ....... ..
.L ,!.'i. li, ', c rl'ttill C,.i, r 'ln.r l ......... .. ...... .....
E.\|I 'l -I,.lh.i [ Ir.Lrik ..I Lhe ULl i.edl States.. ............ .
I .L r.l F li .i i r i. I .tk . ..
F'. I .Ii H1 .,m i L-.in Biank Bfo rd ........................
FEl i l II. n.. A.- rministratlon.
m I I II l .11 l .1 I .... .... ......... i. ....
Sp. I i L risk insurance ..............................
(itnera.l Services Administration
Pt nnIs\l.n 1 i A 'Ienue [)t,\li'e pnen C.rpor.llal n ........
t ['%t I II n Nl a .l ii l M ii.i, t' L a e.i.' A .lItI'
nEmfrrc'nCy home purchase :IassIlance fund ............
Al.l-.lfr*'lllll .IUnd l )iqu d.l i iriL: J'UI I ti lll .I ............... ..
S. < Il4 l .I.ls L.LU i L' fun.tiI lls.. ........... .............
Hur Ll t LItrih'.iation Administration....................
Rural Telt-pIllni Bank................................
Sa il I. .~ r',. iiv. S '.il.) .L)'v |i 'Ipment C .rp a.llti'in. .........
Se. I t.r- f A.\ rilulturr. F.ariitmer Hulre Adri nisilr.lu.n:
Rur.l iA .,-irng in1iur.Ltl fund........................
A.LriLuliur.il credit insurance fund....................
Rur.l J.'trl. .l|lenli insurance fund ..... ...............
Set i-rLr-tr .,i H .u,_- n .in1d Urban Development
DeparlJt. IilL
C.* e, i..'u. II U-,nl In.L1.an ... ............... ...............
N.m.ll. i l flh.,d insulrance fund ........................
New communities guaranty fund:
Title IV..........................................
Title VII.........................................
Urban renewal fund ................................
S* r,'L.Ir' of the Interior:
Eur, au of Mines, helium fund........................
Secretary of Tr.anspur Lalon:
Rail Service Asistance .............................
HR .ri-' n.ll Rail Re.ra nizatrll n. ........ .................
SrnIilhs. .nln Ins titut ,lin
John F. Kennedy Center parking facilities.............
Tennessee V.llev Authurijty ............................
United States InJirni.lluin A enci .......................
Veterans Administration:
Veterans direct loan prgr.ln ........................
D.C. Commissioners: Stadium sinking fund, Armory
B.'ar.I. D.C.........................................

I *. t- p .......... ..............


P.5,tal Service........................................
T .nnc '-s c Valley Authority ............................
F'\ .rtn-lrnp.rrI Ba nk. I the L'ruled St ts .................

I t *.' *' .. 1 r j. l r ,, '**. if ......


TuLII Agency Borrowing financed thru;h
issues Of Public Debt Securities.............


S2'55 973

372 971





10

-15,750

45 750
22,823

-1,000


5 000


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

.2.052.973

1.676.26





10

-39,350
............
59.650
22.823

-1.000







5.000


38,765 39.856



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




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



.... .........
I .. J .... ...
t -.' ; J ." i .


120 000

If "' ,ll


....... 1 1.844.542


i 200,000 '
4.......... ..




S4.016.230


.............
-'606.595
20.500
639.437
-118.941

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


-42.080

-519,970
80 248

-1.000

25.000





8,115

468
2,878
.............


...........83

-832
.4 '


-500.000
75.000

.... 1 11


?125.000
6.128.458
3.323
35.418.282


1,911,655
1.617,166



716.314
50.000
4.141.502
7.864,742
233,622
116.476

855,718
676.000
390.000


2.811,000
147,451

3.358
113,078
800,000

251.650

52.479
2.402

20,400
150,000
22.114

1,730.078

832




2,181.000
3.880,000
5.923.486

Ii u.'a4 4,-


I 125.000
6.925,458
3.323
36,721,579


1.911.655
1,617.166



692,714
50.000
4.155.402
7,864.742
233,622
116,476

855,718
676,000
390.000


2.811,000
147,451

3,358
114,169
800,000

251.650

52,479
2,402

20.400
150,000
22,114

1,730,078

832

f, 4 4 % 4 "



2.181.000
3,960,000
5.923,486

1' im04.4.1v


-_ ________ 4-


-937.772


78.337,586


80,509,274


-- __ __ __ _______- *


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


This Month I


nning of


Close of
This Month


I125,000
8.181,431
3,323
37,094,550


1.911.655
1,617,166

10

676,964
50,000
4,201,152
7,887,565
233,622
115,476

855,718
676,000
390,000


2,811,000
152.451

3.358
152.934
800,000

251,650

52,479
2,402

20.400
150,000
22.114

1,730,078

832




2.181,000
4,080.000
5,923.486

I. .t 4.4.,'t,


82,353,816


Tr.II.nsactinlls


I I Lf l I r1 1 i .


I I .. I' r 1h '. r j, '+ ,11,., ,






TABLE IV-SCHEDULED--INV'STMENTS OF GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTS 25
IN FEDERAL SECURITIES (In thousands)

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

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


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

See footnotes on page 3.


-36,000

5,000





5,754
-1


-854

-276

3,950

53,271







-2,400

-20,489


455


138,300

84,162
-7.139
6.025


-56,000

8,990





-4,112
-2


-1,401

-482

6,044
-623

56,036







-9,400

-23,114


-97

785
183,100
98,667

-7,139
7,555


-86,000

5,280

33,770



-19
-2


299

-326

4,910
-901

49,390







-1,700

220,974


491

1,285

123,626
25
8,115


$29,215
138.710





1,742,417
191,020


108,179

35,799

57,578
6,376

1,509,734
86,745

388



88,232
15.355
2,049,565


381,806


31,510
12,600

4,536,160
132,165
89,284
312,515


$29,215

142,700





1,732,551
191,019


107.632

35,594
59,672
5,753

1,512.499
86,745

388



81,232
15,355
2,046,940


381,254


32,295
57,400
4,550,665
132.165
89,284
314.045


S23,215

147,700





1,738,305
191.017


106,778
35.317

63,622
5,753

1,565,770
86,745

388



78,832
15.355
2,026,451


381,709

32,295
195.700

4.634,827
132,165
82,145
320.070


266,889 317,315 446,147 10,965,466 11,015.891 11,282,780
-7,132 -8,508 -6.930 589,886 588,509 581.377

259,757 308,807 439,216 11,555,351 11,604.400 11,864,158


-148


30


-48.995
-335,104

294,216
1.058.681
-.


175


-435


30


-2,295,724

-801,634
-103,532
751,664
............


............
150

23
-165


1,374


-1,963,943

-728,568

-683,797
152,852
100


599
1,340
41,469

2,375
45

2,593


34,854.827
555,000
4.241.910

10.923.740
50.000
2.232.078
1,186


599
1.515

41,469

2,088
45
2.593


32.608.098
555,000
3.775,380
10.525.992
50.000
1.925.061
1.186


599
1,515

41,469
1.940

45
2.623


32.559.103
555.000
3.440.276
10.820.208
50.000
2.983.742
1,186





TABLE IV-SCHEDULE D--INVESTMENTS OF GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTS

IN FEDERAL SECURITIES (In thousands)--Contlnued


Net P

Classification

This Month


Trust Funds --Continued
Department uf the Inlerior.. .. ....... ... ...... 8 415

Department of Labor:
Unemployment trust fund............................. 543 444
Other............................................... ......

Department of State:
Foreign service retirement and disability fund.......... 17.347
Other ................ ..... ......................... ........

Department of Transportation
Airport and airway trust fund ......................... 17 317
Hilhway trust fund ................................... 13.802
Other.................. ...... ............. ..... .... .. ......

Department of the Treasury............................ -6.500

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

Veterans Administration:
Government life insurance fund........................ -3.945
National service life insurance fund:
Public debt securities.............................. 1.807
Agency securities................................. .........
Veterans special lie insurance fund ................. 1.770
General Post Fund National Homes ...........................

Independent agencies.
Civil Service Commission
Civil service retirement and disability fund:
Public debt securities........................... -305.689
Agency securities. ............................... .....
Employees health benefits fund..................... 7.310
Employees life insurance fund ...................... 73.129
Retired employees health benefits fund.......................
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation ................ 108.000
Japan-United States Friendship Commission ............ ...........
Harry S. Truman Memorial Scholarship Trust Fund..... 750
Railroad Retirement Board:
Public debt securities............................ -11.681
Agency securities ..................................

Total public debt securities......................... 1,433,956
Total agency securities .................................

Total trust funds................................. 1,433.956

Off-budget Federal agencies'
Federal Financing bank................................. 5,195
Postal Service: 5
Public debt securities............................... -13,700
Agency securities ................................ ...........
Rural electrification and telephone revolving fund ......... ...........
Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation..................... -155

Total public debt securities....................... -8.660
Total agency securities .......................... ..... .

Total Off-budget Federal agencies............... -8.660

Grand Total............................................ 1.685.054

MEMORANDUM

Investments in securities of privately owned
Government- sponsored enterprises-
Milk market orders assessment fund ................... ... ....

T otal .................. .................... .. ....... .

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


purchases or Sales (-)


Fiscal Year to Date

This Year Prior Year


59,285 $30.260

274.739 533.171
............ -665


41.502


59.531
-36.311

-15.250

700


-6.911

881

3.005




-719.743

-26,365
89.434
-500
-470,000
55
755

-246,725


17.615
130

137,810
-221.125

-14.850

75


-7.900

11.435

2.445




-547,496

28,390
70,688
-600
114,000

19,200

27,770
. ......... ..


Securities Held as Investments
Current Fiscal Year


Beginning of


This Year


16.595


5.987,165
4.707

267.948
480

3,245,981
10,078,687
10

52,870

3.830

525.872

7.250,289
235,000
528,389
1,475



49.221,368
375,000
424,162
2,529,802
13,229
7,462.458
19,125
31,163

3.182,108


This Month


87,465

5,718,460
4.707

292,103
480

3.288.195
10,028,574
10

44,120

4.530


522,906

7,249,363
235,000
529.624
1,475



48,807,314
375,000
390,487
2,546,107
12,729
6,884,458
19,180
31,168

2,947,064


Close of
This Month


815.880


6,261.904
4,707

309,450
480

3,305,512
10,042,376
10

37,630

4,530


518,961

7,251,170
235,000
531,394
1,475



48,501,625
375,000
397,797
2,619,236
12,729
6,992,458
19,180
31,918

2,935,383


-3,491.374 -3.021,620 143.139.874 138,214,544 139,648,500
........... .......... 1.215,000 1,215,000 1,215,000

-3,491,374 -3.021,620 144.354,874 139,429,544 140,863,500


14,005

1.558,600


-1,210


14,740

1.346,800
.....:...
-335
165


1,571,395 1.361,370
II- -.. ( ............


38,205

1,271,200

4,066
71,465


1,384,936
............


47,015

2,843,500

4,066
70,410


2.964,991
............


52,210

2,829,800
........... .
4,066
70,255


2,956,331
................


1,571,395 1,361.370 1,384.936 2,964,991 2,956,331

-1,611,172 -1.221.034 157.295,161 153,998,935 155,683.989




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

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






TABLE V--COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS 27
BY MONTHS OF CURRENT FISCAL YEAR
(Fle2.,' -s are rounded in millions of dollars and may not add to totals)


Fiscal Con-
Classification Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. March Apnl May June July Aug. Sept. Year perabld
Date Prior
F. Y.


RECEIPTS

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

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

Total-reer tpnpror I ear ..
OUTLAYS

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

Total Military........

C ivil......................
Department of Energy ........
Department of Health,
Education, and Welfare:
Assistant Secretary for
Human Development
Services .................
Health Care Financing
Administration ...........
Assis. Pmts. Program
and Supp. Sec. Income.....
Federal old-age and
survivors insurance trust
fund .....................
Federal disability insurance
trust fund................
Federal hospital insurance
trust fund ................
Federal supplementary
medical insurance trust
fund .....................
Other ..................


113.275 l13.171
1.445 920


5,542
541

466
1,529
410
406
512


8,750
1,216

438
1.615
439
459
587


926,447
2.366


14,292
1.758

904
3.143
849
865
1.099


123,625
1,726


13,084
1,708

839
2,925
987
737
1.081


24.127 27,596_ _1 51.722 ..........

1.0l/ 6W-' v ...... t, "'


88 91 179 150
1 45 46 40

9 4 13 11


109 211 321 -60

80 175 255 258
30 42 73 72



994 1.213 2,207 823
779 1,627 2.406 2,033
277 329 ____ 606 321


2,120
2.556
2,302
1,016
-2


7,992


387
908

973


6.386

1,012

1.388

543
1,175


See footnotes on page 3.


2.350
2.745
2,464
1,155
6


8,721 ___ _


390
1.950

986


6,555

1.045

1,419


544
412


4,471
5,301
4,766
2,171
4


16.713

456
875



776
2.859

1.959


12.941

2,058

2,807

1.087
1.588


3,766
4,869
4.407
1.995
13


15.049

412
621



891
2.313

i,994


11.719

1.827

2.341

977
1 557





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

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



I Fiscal Com-
Yeac parable
Classlfication Oct. Niv. Dec. Jan. Frb. March April May Junt July Aug. Sept. Tr Period
DI a Prior
I Date F. Y

OUTLAYS--Continued
DpalrLmenl lof Housing
and Urban Dcvelopmeint........ !582 -689 I 11,271 8506
Dir'p.irten t ,if tle Interior ...... 320 373 03 522
Department ul Justice.......... 205 208 I413 393
Departniemii u Labor:
Unenplvoymien trust fund ..... 904 853 I 1,757 2,067
Other....................... 671 670 1,341 1,130
D.partment of State............ 152 46 198 174
Department of Transpurtatlun. I
Highway trust fund........... 611 641 1,252 1,370
Other.................. ...... 697 521 I I 1,218 981
Department of The Treasury
Interest on the public debt .... 3.083 3.320 6,403 5.935
Interest on refunds, etc ..... 26 30 57 1 6
Antirecession financial
assistance fund............. 424 2 4261 532
General revenue sharing...... 1.708 1.709 1,689
Other........................ 143 -294 I -152 -315
Environmental Protection I
Aeency ...................... 306 370 676 686
GentralT Services
Administration ............... -140 111 -29 -27
National Aeronautics and
Space Administration.......... 310 339 648 727
Veterans Administration: 7
Cunipensatlon and pensions ... 752 787 1,539 1,418
National service life ......... -7 -3
Government service life...... 4 3 71 7
Other....................... 818 814 1,632: 1,683
Independent agencies.
Civil Service Colninssion .... 880 874 1,754 1,504
Postal Service .............. 1.696 ..... 1,696 1,766
Small Business
Administration ............. 55 439 494 379
Tennessee Valley AuLhority... 135 140 275 225
Other ind. agencies.......... 1.217 486 1,704 1,409
Undistributed offsetting
receipts:
Federal employer contribu- '
tions to retirement fund ..... -350 -328 -7 I -644
Interest credited to certain
accounts................... -111 -214 -325 -261
Rents and Royalties on Outer
Continental Shell Lands...... -63 -479 -542 -191
Allowances undistributed ....... -....... ..... .... ......

Total outlays--this year.... 38.790 36,864 75,654 ........
rrath...j rtrar ,....... < ''" _______ ____ _______ ...... '

Surplus (+) or deficit (-) this
year......................... -14.663 -9.269 1 ____-23.931 ........
S,rrn t,. i .r~Jrr.a -)prnor* r .... .1 .f ." ; ...... .2 lj

See footnotes on page 3.







TABLE VI--TRUST FUND IMPACT ON BUDGET RESULTS AND INVESTMENT HOLDINGS (In millions) 2.


Current Month Fiscal Year to Date Securities Held as Investments
Current Fiscal Year


Classification


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

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

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

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

Federal fund receipts and outlays on
the basis of Table [01.................
Interfund receipts offset against
Federal fund outlays ...............

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

Total interfund receipts and outlays ...

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


Receipts


Outlays


Excess of
receipts
or out-
lays(-)


Receipts


Outlays


Excess
receipts
or out-
lays(-)


of I
SBeginning of
SClose of
This year This month this month
ITThs year s month this on


I I + 4- + I


F6,676
689
1,081

192
246


100

604

304
1,216

4


11,112


1.685


$6,399
1,019
1,403

-475
553

-55
-110
80

641
100
299
750
-6
55


10.654


1,685


$277
-330
-322

666
-306

55
110
20

-37
-100
5
467
6
-51


$10,770
1,239
1,927

395
509


200
6,855
1,198

356
1,758

6


25,213


2,161


e12,676
2.016
2.774

62
1,161

-64
467
144
1,709
1,248
34
628
1,631
-4
75



24.557


2.161


-:1,907
-777
-848

333
-652

64
-467
56
5,146
-50
-34
-272
127
4
-69


12,797 12,339 457 27,374 26,718 657


16.484 26,210 -9,726 33.364 57.952 -24,588

12 12 -0- 26 26 -0-


16,496 26,222 -9,726 33.390 57.978 -24,588

-1.697 -1,697 -0- -9.042 -9,042 -0-


27.596 36,864


-9.269


51,722


75.6541 -23,931


$35,410
4,242
10,974

2,232
49,864

2,967
7,462
3,246
...........
10,079
...........
3,182
5,987
8.540
170


144,355


$33,163
3,775
10,576

1,925
49,474

2,949
6.884
3,288

10,029

2,947
5,718
8.5371
163


139,430


533,114
3,440
10,870

2,984
49,186

3,030
6,992
3,306

10,042
.................
2,935
6,262
8.537
165


140.863


______ _______


See footnotes on page 3.

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


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


Source



NET RECPTS


Individual income taxes.......................................................
CL rpv.r.A r income taxes.............................................. ............
Social insurance taxes and contributions:
Employnerlnt tLxes and c-ntributtl u l ..........................................
U nemplOynIet nt insu r. ce ....................................................
Cuntributi.,ns fur lther insurance and eretirement...............................
Exc1 ise L t s ...........................................................
Estate .nd gift taxes ..........................................................
Custuni s .....................................................................
M l i scell ne..us ................................................................

T otLI ....................................................................

OUTLAYS

Natii nal defense......... ....................................................
International ffairs.... ....... ............................................... .
General science, space, and lechnulogy ........................................
Natural resources, environment, and energy) ....................................
A agriculture ..... ............................................................
Commerce and transportation ..................................................
Connm unity and regional developer eni ................... .......................
Educatiun, trairuing employment and social services .............................
H health .......................................................................
Incom e security. .................. .. ................................. ........
Veterans benefits and services .................................................
Law enforcement and justice ...................................................
General government ent..........................................................
Revenue sharing and general purpose fiscal assistance ...........................
Interest....................................................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts................................................

T u Lal....................................................................


This Munlh




113.171.276
920,265


8.749,795
1.216,464
437,791
1,614,729
439,199
458,667
587,373

27.595,557


8,973,598
250,866
389,436
1,526,500
1,553,423
1,777,348
1,057.833
1,833,925
2,612,559
12,634,679
1,570,664
321,125
376,276
249,218
2,757,553
-1,020,727

36,864,275


-. I___


Toual Budget

Fiscal Year
Tu Date



826,446,562
2,365,534

14,291,705
1,757,773
904,071
3,143,408
849,319
865,012
1,099,060

51,722,444


17,060,152
696,834
767,818
2,781,445
2,656,760
5,367.804
1,685,570
3,595,294
5.967,985
24,111,176
3,157,704
603,465
557,821
2,523,414
5,665,388
-1,544,728

75,653,902


46,712,282


15,016,597
837,167
830,774
2,340,996
854,385
3,956,029
1,150,541
2,836,745
6,286,204
22,080,762
3,095,286
682,616
565,915
2,577,121
5,079,918
-1,095,755

67.075.301


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