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Monthly Treasury Statement of


Receipts and Outlays of the United States Government

for period from October 1, 1976 through January 31,1977

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


Fiscal Year


Budget Receipts and Outlays


Reccipt6


Outlays


Means of Financ ng


7 14 rI1T


Budget
Surplus ()
or
Deficit (-I


By
Borrowing
from the
Public


By Reductiun
oi Cash
and Monetary
Assets
Increase (-)


By
Other
Means


-tI 4 II .


Actual 1977 (four months)............

Comparative data:
Actual comparable prior period (four
m months) .........................
Actual comparable prior period (full
year).. ..........................
Estimated 1977 ...................
Estimated 1978" ....................


106,165


92.811

309,503
349,377
401,624


:131,613


124,760

370,129
417,417
459,373


-'25,449


-31,949

-60.626
-68,040
-57.749


"20.587


33,736

77,515
73,000
65,800


^3,468


-1.818

-8,944
5,714
..............


"1.393


30

-7.945
-10,674
-8,051


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


Classification


RECEIPTS

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

Totala....................................................... .............................

OUTLAYS

Legislative Branch.............. ...... .................... ...........................................
The Judiciary................................................................................
Executive Office of the President................................ ................................
Funds Appropriated to the President:
International security assistance ..............................................................
International development assistance........................................ ...................
Other........................................................................................
Department of Agriculture .................................... ...................................
Department of Commerce ................ ..... ...... ... ...... ....... ................ ... ........
Department of Defense Military..................................................... ...........
Department of Defense Civil ................................................................
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare ............................ ........... ...... ............
Department of Housing and Urban Development ........... .........................................
Department of the Interior.....................................................................
Departm ent of Justice ............................................................................
Departm ent of Labor.............................................................................
Departm ent of Stale ..............................................................................
Department of Transportation............................................... ....................
Department of the Treasury:
Interest on the public debt ................................................................
General Revenue Sharing ....................................,,,.............................
Other.................................................... .................................
Energy Research and Development Administration....................................................
Environmental Protection Agency............................ .......... ..................
General Services Administration ...............................................................
National Aeronautics and Space Administration .............................................................
Veterans Administration.......................... ..... .................... ..... ........ ........
Independent agencies ................ ....... .... ...... .....................,,................
Allowances, undistributed ................................................................. .....
Undistributed offsetting receipts:
Federal employer contributions to retirement funds ..................................,,.....
Interest on certain Government accounts ........... ................. ....................... ....
Rents and royalties un the Outer Continental Shelf lands...........................................

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

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

See footnotes on page 3.

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


Actual
This Fiscal
Year to Date


354,401,262
11,053,703

25.420,732
2.028,658
1.708,211
5,884.660
1.992,501
Sa30n .067


Budget
Estimate,,
Full Fiscal Year



-148.917,000
57,182.000

91.979.600
10.882.900
5.143.058
17.939.000
5,909.000
A 2'l lrtn


1 .
2,144,420 6,704.400

106.164.714 349.376.958


288.397 1,015.587
127,692 398.321
22,946 84.589

-1,827,283 1,773.804
520,618 1.771.451
111.001 788.110
5.393,145 14.411.274
667,903 3.240.776
31.373,218 98.050.000
764.609 2.468.553
47,504.791 148.230.054
1.616,558 7,704.488
935.898 3.547.762
821.146 2.428.084
7.138.139 24.003.837
383,648 366
4.470.777 //, -,
15.237.353 "-
3.392.78 .**S.. -
224., .** 5.324,019.
1.356,5 .. 5.375.
1.351 ." 5.308*i'
-10 I 9 -1
1.34Q3 2 .3733.090 7* 9
6.20: 5 18.369.992
8.055)jS 21.217.064 .
. .. .. ..

-1.330.321 Tf -4.590,Ol t I
-3.826.934 '/. *-. 1'
-605.4o00 T- ,/ (-W7

131.613.272 I "''43'PA .8


-25.448.558


-68 039.550


Total
Budget
Financing



225,449


31,949

60,626
68,040
57.749


i







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


Classlilcaliiiii of
Receipts



Individual income taxes:
Withheld.........................................
Presidential Election Campaign Fund ................
Other...............................................

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

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

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-- FGASI trust fund.......................

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

Tutal-- 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.


Tils Month


Gruss
Receipts


-11 979.244
747
6.141,123

18.121,114

2.007.494




4.620.000
188.000
-86.019

4.721.981


704,000
25,000
37.991

766,991


916.000
27.000

59.461
892

1,003.354


18,432

6.510.757



258,549
88,851
557

347.957



163,112
15.132

178,244


278,616
889
168


279,673


Refunds
IDeduct)






:12,775

313.055





. .. .




















68
68



.. 706


706
..........







..........


____________


Net
Receipts






:18.108,339

1.694.439




4.620.000
188.000
-86.019

4,721.981


704.000
25,000
37,991

766.991


916,000
27,000

59.461
892

1.003.354


18.364

6,510,690



258.549
88,144
557

347.250



163,112
15,132

178,244


Current Fiscal Year to Date


Gross Rfelunds
Receipts (DeductI


!47,052.608
846
7.758.727

54,812.181

12,904.392




16,774,640
201.485
1.751,844

18.727,969


2,299.567
26,764
162.920

2,489.251


3.415.605
28.998

270,556
3.260

3,718.419


485.160

25,420.799



1,691.947
301,670
38,733'

2.032,351



648,796
64.804

713,600


A410.919

1.850.689


.. ... ..

















66

66


...........
3.693
.. ..... ....

3.693



..........

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


C,niparable Perid Prilr Fiscal Year


Nitl
Rreceip.s






-54.401.262

11.053.703




16,774.640
201,485
1,751.844

18,727.969


2.299.567
26.764
162.920

2,489.251


3,415.605
28.998

270.556
3.260

3.718.419


485.093

25.420.732



1.691.947
297.978
38.733

2,028,658



648.796
64,804
713,600


---'- -4--- ----* ----I--


278,616
889
168


279,673


969,676
4,908
307


974.892 ............


969,676
4,908
307


974.892


__ I _-.-


Grliss
Receipts


740.433.566
946
7,286.639

47.721.151

11.421.765




14.652.002
189.712
1,500.763

16.342 477


IIelunds
(I Dt uct


`237.541

1.793.050






......... ..


1,927.519 ........ .
24.781 ...........
195.002 ...........

2.147.302 ...
_


0 .1J.V90
27.991
-4.640
305.207
2.505

3.347.025


Nti
N.: 1
Hrcelpt.s






747 483.610

9.628 715




14.652.002
189.712
1.500 763

16 342 477


1.927.519
24.781
195 002

2.147.302


.......... 3 015.962
.. .... 27.991
.......... -4.640
........... 305.207
.......... '2.505

... ...... 3.347,025
4


440,021 94 439.928

22.276.825 94 22.276.731
i .


1.016.537 ..........
268.562 4.848
28.543 ...........

1.313.642 4.848



592.573 ...........
56,676 ..........
649.249 .. .......
649.249 .


932,273
5.128
329


937,730 ...........


t- -


1.016.537
263.714
28.543

1.308.794


592.573
56.676

649.249


932,273
5.128
329


937,730


4 nue n^


.
.
.
.
.


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


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









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:
C civil service retirement and disability fund.........

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Toal-- Budget receipts............................


.4,470 ..........


$4,470


$19,719


S19,719


$22,392


'22.392


462,387 ........... 462,387 1,708,211 ........... 1,708,211 1,609,3701 ........... 1.609,370

7,321.101 -774 7.320.327 29,161,3611 3,759' 29.157.602 25,199,837 74.942 25.194.895


779,624 11,795 767.828 3,356,234 48,125 3.308,108 3,641,418 49,158 3,592,260
96,580 ........... 96,580 394.937 574 394,363 299.781 430 299,352
582,600 ........... 582,600 2,173,022 -9.167 2,182,189 1,863.004 -444 1.863,448

1,458,804 11.7951 1.447,008, 5.924,192 39.533 5,884,660 5.804,203 49.143 5,755,060

512.827 9.095 503,732 2,021,124. 28,623 1,992,501 1,635,800 25.969 1,609,830

395,047 13.594 381,453 1.576.699 46,133 1,530,567 1,392,539 44,830 1.347.709


478,389 ........... 478,389 1.972,005 ........... 1,972,005 1,685,726 ............ 1,685,726
............. 357 -357 .............. 8,489 -8,489 -65,965 ............ -65,965
43.533 78 43,455 181,190 285 180,904 172,334 436 171,897

521,922 435 521,487 2,153,194 8,775 2,144,420 1,792.0951 436 1,791.658


30,338,308


361.524


29,976,785


108.553,144 2,388,430


106,164,714


94,967,3891


2,155,911


92.811.478


FOOTNOTES

NOTE: The enactment of the Congressional Budget and Impoundment Control Act of 1974 (Public Law
93-344) established a new fiscal year period (October 1 through September 30) effective with fiscal
year 1977. The data presented in this statement in the columns "current fiscal year to date" and "com-
parable period prior fiscal year" is cumulative for the months October 1976 through September 1977
and Cctober I,175 through September 1976 respectively.


C.-.rrpa rahJe prior period includes October 1, 1975 through September 30,
197 a- applicable.
From the Fiscal Year 1978 budgett Revisions submitted to Congress
Fr-bruar. 22, 1977.
'Ir.'].des $',7,458,199.43 distributed to Federal Disability and Hospital
insurance Trust Funds.
'Effective September 30, I 7tb, Export-Import Bank was reclassified from
Off- BFR3u.- to Budgetary Account.
Includes certain E port-Import Bank borrowing transactions now classi-
fied as agency debt. These transactions were previously reported as off-
budget negative outlays.
'rFreser.nt loans made to International Monetary Fund under the General
Arrangements to Borrow. The account balance represents netloans outstand-


ing adjusted monthly for fluctuations in the SDR. On January 7, 1977, the IMF
borrowed the SDR equivalent of $391,883,124.56. This month's adjustment in
the loan outstanding due to changes in the SDR rate is a $4,4'42,.29.01 de-
crease.
Includes Export-Import Bank transactions reclassified from off-budget
to Budgetarv account.
R epIresents gain on gold restitution from the International Monetary Fund
at a SDR rate lower than the par value of gold.
9Transactions cover the period October 1, 1976 through January 2?, 1977
and are partially estimated. Outlays have been increased by $1.6 billion to
adjust previous reporting.


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


Classification of
OUTLAYS


Legislative Branch:
Senate...........................................
House of Representatives...............................
Joint items .........................................
Congressional Budget Office..........................
Architect of the Capitol ..............................
Library of Congress.................................
Government Printing Office:
General fund appropriations ........................
Revolving fund (net................................
General Accounting Office............................
United States Tax Court ..............................
Other ..............................................
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 ...................................
Federal Judicial Center.............................
Space and facilities, The Judiciary....................
Other .................. ..........................
Proprietary receipts from the public ..................

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

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

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

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


Outlays



1 1,642
1,977
209
791
6,688
10,657

13.630
4,151
8,784
923
1,274

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


This Month

I Applicable
Receipts













$881.


Net
Outlays


11,642
1,977
209
791
6,688
10,657

13,630
4,151
8,784
923
1,274
-881
..........


60,729 881


573

41.857
679
15,447
3,138

61,694


21
1,801
2,167
289
23
2,190


237


59,848

573

41,857
679
15,447
3.138
-237

61.457


21
1,801
2,167
289
23
2,190


Current Fiscal Year to Date


Outlays Applicable Net
Receipts Outlays


S43,938
75,764
2.469
2,821
26,777
42,353

50,629
-7,325
47,096
3,120
5,072

-241
292,472


2,525

87.305
1.555
30.532
7.151


129.069


83
5,918
8,902
1,260
52
6,732


^16







4.......60

4,060


4,075


1.377

1,377


T43,938
75,749
2,469
2,821
26,777
42,353

50.629
-7,325
47,096
3,120
5.072
-4,060
-241
288,397

2,525

87,305
1.555
30.532
7.151
-1.377

127.692


83
5.918
8,902
1,260
52
6,732


Comparable Pericd Prior Fiscal Year


Outlays Applicable
S Receipts


"43,319
71.869
2,225
214
18,412
38,097

49,826
-10,193
45,493
2,576
3,845

-53
265,631

2.344

78,069
967
22.954
7,152


111,486


83
5.723
7.958
2,894
6.262
6.066


.17








4,325


4,342









1,008


6,491 .......... 6,491 22,946 ........... 22,946 28,98 28,986


6,578
13,527


-894
1,256
2.972
174
2,447
100,229

385,284


491,468


1,337,018
79,559
1,416,576


6,578
13.527


-894
1.256
2,972
174
2,447
100,229

385,284


-1,337,018
-79,559
-925,108


80,012
65,058


2,199
144,944
7,289
3.936
20,169
365,305
10.548
1,610,350


2,164,740


6










S..........


3,869,994
122,029
3,992.023


80,006
65.058


2.199
144.944
7.289
3.936
20,169
365.305
10,548
1.610,350


-3,869.994
-122.029
-1,827,283


I --i..__ ____ I- -- --


119,222
100.267



4,031
153.501

27,079
101.560
287,844
401,747
1.995.490



.... 1,251..
2,971,251


41



35,721








2,764,914
92,675
2,893.309


Net
Outlays


.43,319
71,852
2,225
214
18,412
38.097

49.826
-10,193
45 493
2.576
3.845
-4,325
-53
261.289

2.344

78.069
967
22 954
7.152
-1,008

110.478


83
5,723
7.958
2.894
6,262
6,066


119.180
100.267


-31,690
153.501

27.079
101.560
287.844
401.747
1.995.490


-2,764.914
-92,675


..........
..........
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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--Continuedpp le N OuOuyays Applicable Net Outlays Applicable Net
Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays Receipt Outlays


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 luans revolving fund ...........
Overseas Private Investment Corporation....
Inter-American Foundation.................
Other ...................................
Functional development assistance program....
Payment to foreign service retirement and
disaoilty fund .............................
American schools and hospitals abroad ........
International disaster assistance..............
Other assistance programs...................
Intragovernmental funds......................
Proprietary receipts from the public ..........

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

Total--International development assistance..

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

Tutal--Fore gn assistance.......................

Naval Petroleum Reserve Strategic Petroleum
Storage.........................................
Other........... .................................

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

Department of Agriculture:
Departmental management .........................
Science and education programs;
Agricultural Research Service ...................
Arumal and Plant Health Inspection Service.........
Cooperative Stale Research Service ...............
Extension Service ...............................
Federal Grain InsPection Service .................
National Agricultural Library.....................

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

Agricultural economics:
Ecunorumic Mana.gement Supp, ri Center..............
Statistical Reporting Service ......................
Economic Research Service .....................
Marketing Services...............................
International Prjnrams.
Forein Agricultural Service ....................
Frf-ign assistance and special export programs....
Agriultural Stabilization and Conservatil'n Service:
Salari h and expenses ...........................
Sugar act progran..............................
Agricultural c.,ns-.rvalin program (REAP)..........
CrLpland adjustlmnt program...................
E nri rgtn y c nseirvatlon measures................
F,.ri.sry intentives programs ....................
O(thir ..................... ....................

T.tIal--A ricult ural Stabilization and Conservation
S-r n -i................................ .. ....


-$239


13,700
704


19,523
-3,535
481
505
30,402

..............
1,807
1,155
16,934
-33


67,239


31.585
7,026

837






52,092

61,540


-$239


13,700
704


17,938
-10.561
481
-332
30,402

..........
1,807
1,155
16,934
-33
-52,092

5,699


-41,022

241.646
81.936


88.491
-1,572
2,247
1,784
167,563

16,680
4,135
9,691
85,720
-298


374,441


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


$1,337
21,994
..........
1,473
..........

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

152,601

177,405


-$1,022

241,646
81.936


87,154
-23,566
2,247
311
167,563

16,680
4,135
9,691
85,720
-298
-152,601

197,036


112,368 ............


204,961 ............
58.551 ............


115,520
-3,889
2,318
1,465
185.023

7,960
9,252
11.600
9,562
417


339,228


$138,170
20,871

1.421






1,078

161.539


-- I I I I


81,643

2,703
108
6,169

581.852


9,243
305

611,506


27,104

26,657
29,564
11,209
14,372
1,032
539

83,373


234
3,014
2,835
599

3.924
30,234

13,112
1
12,511
43
1.355
958
568


28.548


i 1


61,540


1.478,117


24,841


1,502,958


20,103


698,023


177,405


520,618


602,740


161.539


$12,368


204,961
58,551


-22,650
-24.760
2,318
44
185,023

7,980
9,252
11.600
9.562
417
-1,078

177,689


441,201


~ ______ __ I _____ _


2,703
108
6,169

-896,265


-15,598
305


-891,452


27,104

26.657
29.564
11.209
14,372
1,032
539

83,373


234
3,014
2,835
599

3,924
30,234

13,112
1
12.511
43
1.355
958
568


28.548


7,909
561
12,274

2,882,484


16,651
3,660

3,047,865


58,880

101,191
140,194
45,996
71.068
1,988
1,967

362,403


888
10,813
11,490
2,688

12.469
81,361

52.020
-2
29,185
19,735
5.374
3.165
2,336


111,813


..........



4,169,428


74,096


4,243,530





..........

..........

..........


7,909
561
12,274

-1.286.944


-57,445
3,660

-1,195,665


58,880

101,191
140,194
45.996
71.068
1.988
1,967

362,403


888
10,813
11,490
2,688

12.469
81,361

52 020
-2
29,185
19.735
5,374
3,165
2,336


111.813


10,557
545
412

3.597.873



397


3,817,759


-1,988

80.995
120.895
34.884
64.344
...... 1....8 5
1,825


....,054.849.....
............


3,054.849


3,054,890


302,942 ............


10,111
8,401
2,609

11.257
191.558

55,713
4,251
49.472
37.182
3,476
2,144
2,177


154.417


10,557
545
412

543,025


397


762.869


-1,988

80,995
120,895
34.884
64.344

1,825

302,942


10.111
8.401
2.609

11.257
191.558

55.713
4.251
49.472
37,182
3,476
2,144
2,177


154 417


--------


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


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

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


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






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


Classification of
OUTLAYS--Cont Inued


Th i Month

Applicable
Outlaybs I-ceiplts


Current Fiscal Year to Date


Net
Outlavs


Oulys Applicable-
Outlays Recceiptl


Net
Outla.,


C.,.ln .dJilrAJl 't1P .-ri.d Pi r ,r Fist.il Yi ar


Uutlay.,i


AppliL.atl' Nut
Relcpls )Uu lat .


Departminnt of Agricullure--C'i nlinued
Corpt irationsb
Federal Crop Insurance Corporation:


Fcde
Adni

Prit
Spec
In
N;


er;tl Crop Insiurance Corporation fund........... "25,895
inistrative and operating expenses ............ 1,242
idity Credit Corporaliun -
V .Supp.ort and relLated programs ............... 578.715
ial activities:
Sraguvernniental funds....................... 9
ilional Wool Act program ................... 270

Toul.--Cim'niodilty Credit Corporatiun ........ 578.994


T, iLl- -Ctrpoirat ions ..........................

Rural development:
Rural Developmlent Service ........................
Rural Electrification Administration ................
Farmers Home Administration:
Public enterprise funds:
Rural housing insurance fund...................
Agricultural credit insurance fund..............
Rural development insurance fund ..............
Other.....................................
Rural water and waste disposal grants ............
Salaries and expenses............................
Other......... .................. ...............
L
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:
Institutional nutrition support ...................
Food stamp program..........................
Special milk program .........................
Child nutrition program .......................
Special supplemental food program service...... I
Food donations program .......................


606.131


'10,432


147,793




147,793

158.225


122 .........
2.101 .........


828.199 1.053.326 -
448,141 614.093
115,653 91,918
-813 61
7.051 .........
14.078 .........
1,427 .........

1,413.736 1,759,398

1.415.959 1,759,398 -


18.766 .........
12.767 .........
6.506 .........


3.292 .........

2,248 ..
1,737 1,851
2.816 .........

10.093 1.851


5,
426.
16.
375,
20.


Total--Food and Nutrition Service ............ 844,

Total--Consumer Programs ................... 854,


1,851 L


5,388 I
426.661 I
16,423 I
375,973 i
20,227
172 ,

844,845 1


.98.999
6,260

2.559.040

39.312
1,167

2.599.519

2.704,778


744.568


842.6313


842.636

887.204


469
7.499


'15,463
1,242

430,922

9
270

431,201

447.906


122
2.101


225,127
165.952
23,735
-874
7.051
14,078
1,427

345,662

343,439


18.766
12,767
6,506


3.292

2,248
-114
2,816

8,242



2.138,594
1.071.389
316.727
82


3.046,794 3.526,791

3.054.762 3,526,791


79,071
64,305
28.276


17,946

31,490
6,948
17,139

73.523


20,993
1.782.228
56.993
1,097,000
70,071
11.530
3.08- +
3,038.816 I


853,087 3,112,339


7,379


7.379


754.431
6.260

1.716 404

39.312
1.167

1.756.883

1.817.574


469
7.499


-428.981
-239.210
88.703
-1.857
36.014
57,028
8.306

-479.997

-472.029


79,071
64,305
28,276


17.946

31,490
-431
17,139

66.144


...... 20.993
...... 1.782.228
...... 56.993
...... 1.097.000
... .. 70.071
11.530

:. __ 3038.816.

7,379 3,104,960 _


38.867
5.708

1.313.804

24.960
1.051

1.339.814

1 384.390


l38.327


701 .I4A

40


701.644

739.972


.540
5.708

612. 199

24.920
1.051

638.170

644.418


290
6.913


1 892.504
817.802
332.488
-2.064
26.372
53.645
4.406


290
6.913


1.690.589
838.533
371.186
20
.. .

...........


201 915
-20.732
-38.698
-2.084
26.372
53.645
4.406

224.825

232.028


75.728
54.995
25.203


15.134

115.164
260
17.329

147.886


3.125.153 2.900,328

3.132.356 2.900.328


75.728 ...........
54.995 ...........
25.203 ...........


15.134 ...........

115.164
5.763 5.503
17.329 ..........

153.389 5.503


. .. .. .. .. .. .
1.932.319 ........... 1.932.319
14.681 ........... 14.681
706.405 ........... 706.405
73.256 ........... 73.256
3.962 ............ 3.962

2,730,623 ........... 2.730.623

2,884.012 5.503 2.878.509
__1


I
--- -- -
I
-


. j


__


1.709.613
832.179
405.429
-1,775
36,014
57.028
8,306


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


---- I.


i~---


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


Classification of This Month Current Fiscal Year to Dale Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year
OUTLAYS--Continued
Outlays Applicable Net Outays Applicable Net Outla Applicable Net
SReceipts Outlays Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays


Department of Agriculture--Continued
Forest Service:
Intragovernmental funds..........................
Forest protection and utilization ....................
Construction and land acquisition ...................
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 .............................
Office of Energy Programs .........................
Bureau of the Census ...............................
Bureau of Economic Analysis.........................
Economic Development Assistance:
Economic Development Administration:
Economic development revolving fund..............
Economic development assistance programs.......
Job opportunities program........................
Other..... ....................... ............... ...
Regional Action Planning Commissions ..............

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

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

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

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

T ial Department of Commerce ................


S373
48,062
1,768
12,792
1,867
3,800
932

69.595


-35

3.164.492


2,907
34
577
662


8
24.192
11.778
2,726
9,822

48.526


5,328
3,784
1,275

10,388


36.187
1.595
6.609
8,337

52.728


404
10,155
35.489
2.723

48,772


-7.070

157,522


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


-2126,728
...........


1.792.746



.......... .



4,566




4,566


...........





61



61


2.240




2,240

5,446


12,312


*373
48,062
1,768
12,792
1,867
3,800
932

69,595

126.728
-35


1.371.746


2.907
34
577
662


-4,558
24.192
11,778
2,726
9,822

43,960


5,328
3,784
1,275

10,388


36.126
1,595
6.609
8,337

52 667


-1.836
10,155
35.489
2.723

46,531

-5,446
-7,070

145,209


S3,591
229.314
8,325
59,893
74,044
19.526
6.397

401,090


-35


10.097.392


8,906
157
19.729
3,494


29,113
100,060
59,476
10,822
34,091

233,562


24,238
16,415
3,873

44,526


163.837
3.581
28.861
28,935

225.215


2.572
60.920
107.782
19.333

190,607


-15,794

710,402


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

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


S2 2.873
...........


T3.591
229,314
8,325
59.893
74,044
19,526
6,397

401.090

-282,873
-35


-114.919
215,742
9,907
61,228
10,252
21,964
3,059

307.232


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


1319,719


_i i


4.704.247



...........



16,606




16,606









351



351


13.015




13,015

12.528


42,499


5,393,145


8,906
157
19,729
3,494


12.507
100,060
59,476
10,822
34,091

216,956


24,238
16.415
3,873

44.526


163,486
3,581
28.861
28.935

224.865


-10,442
60.920
107.782
19,333

177,592

-12.528
-15.794

667,903


8,543,222


4.834
363
20.440
3.276


37
86.349
110,872
11,207
38.412

246,877


21,146
18,756
3,231

43.133


179.118
2,767
28.088
28.860

238.833


630
70.539
90.339
20,916

182.424


-25,832

714.348


3.965.521







14.364




14.364








681



681


8,973




8,973

16.892
595

41.505


-814.919
215,742
9,907
61,228
10.252
21.964
3,059

307,232

-319,719


4.577,701


4,834
363
20.440
3,276


-14,328
86.349
110.872
11.207
38.412

232,513


21.146
18,756
3,231

43.133


178,438
2,767
28.088
28.860

238.152


-8,343
70.539
90,339
20,916

173.451

-16.892
-2,3427

672.843







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


Classification of
OUTLAYS--Continued



Dr.par[tiii'ni of Defense--Military.
Military per.-ouni'el:
Depairlimnt n t the Army..........................
Department of the Navy..........................
Deparlint nt of the Air Force ......................

TiaLl--Military personnel ......................

Retired Military personnel .........................
Operation and maintenance:
Dep.rtmcent of the Armly ..........................
Department of the Navy ..........................
D.plarllient of the Air Force .....................
Defense agencies ...............................

TuLt.l--Ope ration and maintenance...............

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

Total--Procure 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......................
Other...........................................

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

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

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

See footnotes on page 3,


This Month

Uutlavy Applicableh
Ret cuil)pt


'794.467
700.162
635.134

2.129.764

658.561

698,406
787.812
757,010
230,154

2,473.382


287,284
628.406
598.240
10,184

1,524.114


148.676
246.074
251.775
57.245


703.771 ..........


401.843
56.321
35,356
777

494.298


95
106,355

106,449

4,817
326



110


-37,491
19,768
-9.625
34,429

7,191


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




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

..........

..........
..........
1-

'* *



3130


..........
...., ISO -
..........
..........
130 r**


Current Fiscal Year to


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

. .. .... ...

.. ........

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

..........


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


Outlays


Net
Ouil.ays




:194.467
700,162
635,134

2,129.764

658.561

698,406
787.812
757,010
230,154

2,473,382


287,284
628.406
598,240
10.184

1.524,114


148.676
246.074
251,775
57.245


703.771


401.843
56,321
35.356
777

494,298


95
106,355

106,449

4,817
326



-20


-37,491
19,768
-9,625
34,429

7,061


Applica.ble
Receliplt


"3.217.290
2.681.522
2 545.796

8.444.608

2.622,949

2,801.137
3,130.527
2.979,306
900,636

9.811,606


1,158,614
2.647.876
2.255.621
45.854

6,107,964


628.301
1,021.304
1.205,726
194,922


3.050.252 i...........


481.448
228.097
160.422
7,831


877,798 ...........


510
424,371

424,881

22,677
752



486


57,993
101,933
96,820
-52,715

204,517


...........




2568





...........

56B


Date

Net
Outlays



?3.217.290
2,681,522
2.545.796

8.444.608

2.622,949

2.801.137
3.130,527
2.979.306
900,636

9.811.606


1,158.614
2.647.876
2.255,621
45.854

6,107.964


628.301
1.021.304
1.205,726
194,922


3.050.252


481.448
228.097
160.422
7.831

877.798


510
424,371


424,881

22.677
752


t
-82


57,993
101,933
96.820
-52,715

203,949


C.,lin.plrat.., Period I'n.ri

Uuil.iv1 Aplih JaA',
ri ,.llit b


83,138,235
2.648.189
2 558.606

8.345.030

2.401.088

2.681.207
2,905.077
2.971,978
917,944

9.476,206


476.383
2.567.557
2.191.243
28,026

5.263.209


608.486
1.062.353
1,090 182
185.323


2.946.345


357,020
254.704
149.566
3.656

764.946


I ......
i .
I .
i .


2,190 91.285
377,976 ............

380,166 1,285

36.491 ....
1.677 ............


1
491


71,679
83,726
-34.495
-38,532

82,870


'" 547







547
............




547


Fiscal Year

N. I
utlayl y


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


I


~


$3.138,235
2 G48.189
2.558 606

8.345.030

2 401 088

2.681.207
2 905.077
2.971.978
917.944

9.476.206


476 383
2 567.557
2 191.243
28.026

5.263 209


608 486
1.062.353
1.090.182
185.323


2 946.345


357,020
254.704
149.566
3.656

764.946


905
377.976

378.880

36.491
1.677


1
-56


71.679
83,726
-34.495
-38.532

82,323


...........




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




. .. .


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


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


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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 Outlays Applicable Net Outlays Applicable Net Ota Applicable Net
uas Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays


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

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

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

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

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

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

Alcohol. Drug Abuse, and Mental Health
Administration
Alcohol. drug abuse, and mental health ............
Saint Elizabeths Hospital ........................
Other .........................................
Health Resources Administration:
Public enterprise funds..........................
Health resources ...............................
Office of Assistant Secretary for Health..............


$10,482
441
1..........050
1,050


:14,667

95,454
...........


-$4,185
441
-95,454
1,050


$26,975
2,088

3,783


$64,632

162,431
...........


-$37,657
2,088
-162.431
3.783


E23.812
3,070

5,460


$32,458

26,391
............


-?8,646
3,070
-26.391
5,460


8.114,647 110,252 8,004,395 31,600,849 227,631 31.373,2181 29,730,369 60,681 29,669,688


444 ........... 444 1,590 ........... 1,590 2,351 ............ 2.351

24,968 ........... 24,968 42,224 ........... 42,224 -19.077 ............ -19,077
163,331 ........... 163,331 738,782 ........... 738,7821 753,252 ............ 753.252
............... 5,885 -5,885 ............... 21,105 -21,105 ............... 14,173 -14.173

24 23 1 90 81 9 91 90 2
1,208 ........... 1,208 5,373 ........... 5,373 4,978 ............ 4,978

16,980 21,063 -4,083 77,474 86,507 -9,033 81,129 82,493 -1 364
5,956 ........... 5,956 18,884 ........... 18,884 21.305 ............ 21,305
57 ........... 57 218 ........... 218 220 ............ 220
............... 4,025 -4,025 ............. 12,332 -12,332 ............... 9,604 -9.604
.............. ........ ........... ..................... ................ -3,675 ............3.675

212,969 30,996 181,973 884,634 120,025 764,609 840,573 106,359 734,215


22,612 542 22,070 86,703 2,338 84,365 78,306 1,377 76,929


318 ........... 318 2,150 ........... 2.150. 4,074 ............ 4.074
105.374 ........... 105.374 427,464 ........... 427.464: 493,180 ............ 493.180
29,309 ........... 29.309 121.537 ........... 121,537' 108,865 ............ 108.865
-1 ........... -1 7 ........ 7 11 ............ 11
23.273 .......... 23,273 88,210 .......... 88,210 63,361 ............ 63 361

290 ........... 290 161,704 ........... 161,704 -38,470 ............ -38,470
64,577 ........... 64,577 264,151 ........... 264,151 254,807 ............ 254,807
29,035 ........... 29,035 121,221 ........... 121,2211 142,130 ............ 142,130
14,202 ........... 14,202 68,343 ........... 68.343 92,695 ............ 92.695
11,723 ........... 11,723 51,087 ........... 51,087 47.540 ............ 47.540
10 653 ........... 10,653 48,796 ........... 48,796 67.684 ............ 67,684
12,861 ........... 12.861 59.702 ........... 59,702 94,558 ............ 94.558
8 569 ........... 8,569 46.060 ........... 46,060 63,919 ............ 63.919
19.572 ........... 19,572 82,681 ........... 82,681 102.033 ............ 102 033
4,397 .......... 4,397 1,28 ........... 19,24819248 19,951 ............ 19.951

175,879 ........ 175,879 922,993 ........... 922,993 846.847 ............ 846.847


63,781
6,741
-1

2,066
117,070
-9,487


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

5,503
...........
...........


63,781
6,741
-1

-3.437
117,070
-9,487


328,404
21,338
-9

30,857
403,366
13,580


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

21 299
...........
...........


328,404
21,338
-9

9.558
403,3661
13,5801


338,727
17,418
-30

22,038
501,653
5,551


.......15,185
............
............

15,185
............


338,727
17,418
-30

6,853
501.653
5 551








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


Classification of
OUT LAYS--Continued



Department of Health, Education, and Welfare--Continued
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 .....
Higher education...............................
Library resources ............................
Educational development........................
Other........................ .............. ....

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


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


This Munth


Outlays






$13,656

-490
242.726
14,113
60,489
25.703
11.793
49.304
415.873
2.459
-315
13.520

848.828


5.623
2.314


Applicable
Receipts




-2783
2.783





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










2,783


Current Fiscal Year to Date


Net
Outlays





$10,873

-490
242.726
14.113
60.489
25 703
11,793
49,304
415.873
2.459
-315
13.520

846,046


Outlays






.48.290

3.623
739,130
19,762
98,366
81,434
73,592
178,268
1.006.516
28,337
288
44.277

2,321.882


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year


Applicable Net
Receipts Outlays





-5,532 ?42,758

11.940 -8.317
........... 739.130
........... 19,762
........... 98.366
........... 81.434
........... 73,592
........... 178.268
........... 1,006,516
........... 28.337
........... 288
........... 44.277

17.472 2.304.410


Z L


5,623
2.314


24,807
8,177


24.807
8,177


26.079
7,094


Outlays






734.087

3,328
540.055
23.723
153 474
70.074
57.822
22.132
931.776
35.183
-6.754
41.886

2.106.784


Applicable
Receipts





2.230

12.575









.. 14.8...
14.805


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


856,764 2,783 853,982 2,354.866 17.472 2.337.394 2.139.957 14.805 2.125.153



87.225 ........... 87.225 793.061 ........... 793,061 708,557 ............ 708.557
710.213 ........... 710.213 3.012.343 ........... 3.012,343 2,768.323 ............. 2.768.323
583,369 ........... 583.369 2.015,848 ........... 2.015.848 2,054,444 ............ 2.054.444
25,936 ........... 25.936 127,683 .......... 127,683 83.500 ............ 83.500

12.180 ........... 12,180 46,380 ........... 46,380 42.883 ............ 42,883
5.311 ........... 5.311 22.718 ........... 22,718 19.101 ............ 19.101

1.424.234 ............ 1,424.234 6.018,034 ........... 6,018,034 5.676.807 ............ 5.676.807


-2,432 ........... -2,432 -3,753 ........... -3,753 113 .......... 113

390,488 ........... 390,488 2,742,830 ........... 2,742,830 2 317.018 ............ 2.317.018

77.927 ........... 777,927 317,417 ........... 317,417 336,780 ............ 336.780
458.877 ........... 458.877 1,782,625 ........... 1.782,625 1.728.764 ............ 1.728.764

5.816.272 ........... 5,816,272 23.112,348 ........... 23.112.348 20.683,071 ............ 20.683,071
61,784 ........... 61,784 323.418 ........... 323.418 287.030 ........... 287,030
.............. ........... .......... ........ ..... ........... ............. ..... .. 434 ............ 18 .434
878,055 ........... 5,87055 23,435766 ........... 23435766 20 8.535 ............ 20.988.535
5,878,055..............5,878.055 23,435,766...............23.435.786 20.988.535.i...............20.988.535


894.348
30,653
...... 9.700.
9.700


934,702 ...........


894,348
30.653
9. 7.....
9,700

934,702


3,552,931
110,007
. 23,000


3,685,938 .........


3,552.931
110,007
....... .. .
23,000

3.685,938


2,872.793
82,989

218.018


3,173,800 ............


2.872.793
82.989
... .....2 8.018
218.018


3.173,800


c


Net
Outlays





'31.857

-9.247
540.055
23.723
153.474
70 074
57 822
222.132
931.776
35.183
-6.754
41.886

2.091 980

26.079
7.094


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...........
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TABLE 1ll--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands)

This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year
C lassidl cation of ....... .... ........... ...
OUTLAYS--Continued Outlays Applicable Net Outlays Applicable Net Outlays Applicable Net
Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays
OUTLAYS-Contined Outlys Appecab1ts Net Otas Aplcbe e plial e


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

Total--FHJ trust fund.........................

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

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

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

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

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

Assistant Secretary for Human Development:
Human development ...............................
Research and training activities overseas ............
Departmental management:
Intragovernmental funds ...........................
Office for Civil Rights ................ ............
General Departmental management..................
Other...........................................
Proprietary receipts from the public..................
Intrabudgetary transactions:
Payments for health insurance for the aged:
Federal hospital insurance trust fund..............
Federal supplementary medical ins. trust fund.....
Payments for military service credits and special
benefits for the aged:
Federal old-age and survivors ins. 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 ins. trust fund......
Federal disability insurance trust fund ............
Federal hospital insurance trust fund...............
Federal supplementary medical ins. trust fund.....
Other...........................................

Total--Department of Health, Education, and
Welfare.......................................


71,120.312
31.901


"1.120.312
31,901


,4.644.571 ...........
119,836 ...........


$4,644,571
119,836


-3,927,039 ............
94,977 .............


r3.927.039
94.977


1,152,212 ............ 1,152,212 4,764,407 ............ 4,764.407 4,022,015 ............. 4.022,015

465,326 ............ 465,326 1.846,817 ............ 1,846.817 1,564,709 ............. 1,564,709
53.638 ........... 53.638 192,603 ............ 192,603 191,487 ............ 191,487

518,963 ............ 518,963 2,039,420 ............ 2,039,420 1,756,196 ... ......... 1,756,196

9.408.793 ............ 9,408,793 38.764,648 ............ 38764.648 34,323.221 ............. 34.323.221

251 ............ 251 1,004 ............ 1,004 802 ............. 802
1,215 ............ 1.215 4,004 ............ 4,004 3,786 ............. 3,786
2.283 ............ 2.283 12,039 ........... 12,039 9,227 ............. 9,227
10,279 ............ 10.279 32,897 ............ 32,897 28,883 ............. 28.883

14,028 ............ 14,028 49,944 ............ 49,944 42,699 ............. 42,699

70,266 ............ 70,266 624,468 ............ 624,468 422,439 ............. 422,439
12 ............ 12 728 ............ 728 6,942 ............. 6,942

-350 ............ -350 -3.564 ............ -3,564 -2,583 ............. -2.583
2,254 ............ 2,254 8.532 ............ 8,532 7,750 ............. 7,750
8,548 ............ 8,548 36,341 ............ 36,341 42,172 ............ 42.172
1,564 ........... 1,564 5,049 ............ 5,049 581 ............. 581
............. 5.556 -5,556 ............... S16,928 -16,928 ............... $39,025 -39.025


............. ............ ............ ............... ............ ............. -610,430 ............. -610.430
-390,481 ............ -390,481 -1,884,915 ............ -1,884,915 -1,142,382 ............. -1.142.382

............. ............. ........... .. -613,902 -425.317 ............. -425.317
............. ............ ............ -103,000 ............ -103,000 -90,000 ............. -90.000
............. ............ ............ -141,000 ............ -141,000 -48,000 ............. -48,000

............. ............ ........... ............... 2,717 ............ ............. 2,717 ............... .2,080......... ............... 2,08

............. ............ ............ 717 ............ 2,71 2,080 ............. 2,080
............. ............ ............ -100 ............ -100 -725 ............. -725
............. ............ ............ -1,096 ............ -1,096 -1,380 ............. -1.380
............. ............ ............ -1,521 ............ -1,521 25 ............. 25
............. ............ ............ ............... ............ ............. -4,640 ............. -4,640

11,932,566 14,384 11,918,182 47,562,828 58,037 47,504,791 42,819,217 70,392 42,748.826







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


Classification of
OUTLAYS- -Continued


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

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

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


This Month


Outlays




140.719
1,448
14,177
6,265
400
-2,516

1,201
115,774
12.510
61.057
20,318

27.197
8

398,556



280,932
6,154
79
4,419


Total--Government National Mortgage
Association ................................. 291,584


Community planning and development:
Public enterprise funds:
Rehabilitation loan fund..........................
Urban renewal fund ............................
Community development grants.....................
Comprehensive planning grants.....................
Other ............................................

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

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

Total--Department of Housing and Urban Development


2.114
74.084
131.099
6.245
1.484

215.027

2,487
11.550
4.262

1,050
17.898



942,416


Applicable
Receipts




97.722
6 824
42,248
4,230
1,203
..........









152.226



228,017
8,380
2,340
11.355

250,092


2,450
20.041



22.491

.. ........
452
..........




197

425.459


Current Fiscal Year to Date


Net
Outlays




N42,997
-5.376
-28.071
2,035
-803
-2,516

1,201
115,774
12,510
61.057
20.318

27,197
8

246.330



52,915
-2.226
-2.261
-6.935

41.492


-336
54,043
131,099
6,245
1.484

192,536

2.487
11.098
4,262

1,050
17,898


-197

516.956


Outlays




694.240
8.696
113.150
24.311
1,412
-242

8,024
470.253
45.168
206,399
82,790

163.647
273

1.818.121



772,379
32.660
535
-5,710


Applicable
Receipts




406.612
73.521
95,499
12.014
3,531










591.177



1.500 364
39,762
9,439
11.355


799.864 1,560,920


17,477
404,701
630,177
28,290
7,195

1,087.839

9.055
36,915
23.657

2,038
70.499
54


3,848.040


9,160
67,158



76.318

325
2,425


..........


317


2,231.483


Comparable Period Prior Fisca! Year


Net
Outlays




287 628
-64,825
17.651
12,297
-2.120
-242

8,024
470.253
45.168
206,399
82.790

163,647
273

1,226,943



-727 985
-7,102
-8,904
-17.065

-761.056


8.317
337.542
630.177
28.290
7.195

1.011.520

8.730
34.490
23.657

2,038
70.499
54

-317

1.616,558


Applicable
Outlays Receipts


937,940
13,754
103 385
55.825
712
2,005

6,701
491.662
57.721
173,964
70,883

6,560
2

1,921,115



3.003.531
30.983
3.187
-3.190

3.034,511



13.138
416.185
307,487
33.197
54.847

824.853

4.459
55.438
16,638

395
12.978
30.484


5.900.871


Net
Outlays


:437,914 500.026
71,302 -57 548
92,574 10,811
12.244 43,582
4 848 -4.136
............. 2 005

............ 6 701
............. 491 662
............. 57 721
............. 173.964
............. 70.883

............. 6 560
............. 2

618.881 1.302 234



1.328.307 1.675.224
44.088 -13.105
6.083 -2.895
............. -3,190

1,378,477 1,656,034


7.345 5.793
77,985 338,200
............. 307.487
............. 33.197
............. 54,847

85 330 739.524

320 4.139
1.766 53.672
............. 16,638

............. 395
............. 12.978
............. 30.484

386 -386

2.085.160 3.815.711


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


This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year
Classification of
OUTLAYS- -Continued tla Applicable Net Outla Applicable Net Outlays Applicable Net
Outlays Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays lays Receipts utlays
1. _____________s Receipts


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

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

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

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

Energy and minerals:
Geological Survey. ..............................
Minng Enforcement and SafetyAdministration .......
Bureau of Mines
Helium fund ...................................
Other .........................................
Bonneville Power Administration ...................
Other Power Administrations ......................

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

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

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

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

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


$31,469 ...........


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

11,540
44,478
10,499
11,051
1,093


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

8.456
...........
...........
...........
...........


$31,469


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

3,084
44,478
10,499
11,051
1,093


$106,323

29,563

28.834
20.266

50,915
184,638
43,105
44,951
1,303


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

!26,636

............
............
.. .. .. .. "
.. .. .. .


$106,323

29,563

28,834
20,266

24,279
184,638
43,105
44,951
1,303


$62,757 ..............


..............
16,717

34.857
113,431
37,308
28,457
7,131


$26,780
..............
..............
..............
..............


62,757


...............
16,717

8,077
113.431
37.308
28.457
7,131


113,790 8,456 105,334 509,898 26,636 483,262 300,659 26,780 273.879


25,425 ........... 25,425 106,589 ............ 106,589 97,051 .............. 97.051

11,153 ........... 11,153 43,296 ............ 43,296 47.455 .............. 47,455
7,601 ........... 7.601 27,339 ............ 27,339 27,017 .............. 27,017
1,863 ........... 1,863 14,917 ............ 14,917 14,621 .............. 14,621

20.551 ........... 20.551 94,069 ............ 94,069 77,431 .............. 77,431
2.643 ........... 2.643 13,619 ............ 13,619 22,844 .............. 22.844
4,335 ........... 4.335 25,041 ............ 25.041 23,963 .............. 23.963

73,572 ........... 73,572 324,870 ............ 324,870 310,381 .............. 310,381


30,093 ........... 30,093 107,411 ........... 107,411 105,614 .............. 105,614
7,940 ........... 7,940 32,661 ............ 32,661 29,010 .............. 29.010

641 690 -49 2,808 3,303 -495 2,313 3,442 -1,129
14.760 ........... 14,760 50,731 ............ 50.731 42,135 .............. 42.135
15.539 28,997 -13,459 62,299 127,906 -65,607 79,282 98,540 -19,258
1,123 ........... 1,123 4,009 ............ 4,009 2,292 .............. 2.292

70,097 29,687 40,410 259,919 131,209 128,710 260.647 101,983 158,665


247
66.587
15,728
1,551


84.112


7,689
4,622


353.883


495


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


-249
66,587
15,728
1,551


83,617


2,209
215,268
91,145
72,551


381,174


4 4 4


39,294
11.214

-36,347


1,556
............
............
............


1,556


7,689
4,622
-144,208
...........


__________________ 4 __________________


182,847 171,037


394,723


1,490,021 554,123


653
215,268
91,145
72,551

379.618


39,294
11,214
-394,723
-36,347

935,898


2.870
177.446
53,815
30,674

264,805

49.575
3,036

-27.421


1.161.682
1 T:1


832




832


.......279447

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


409.041


2,039
177,446
53.815
30,674

263,974

49,575
3.036
-279.447
-27,421

752.641


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


Classification of
OUTLAYS- -Continued


Department of Justice-
General administration ..............................
Legal activities ....................................
Federal Bureau of Investigation ......................
Immigration and Naturalization Service ...............
Federal Prison System:
Federal Prison Industries, Inc .....................
Federal prisons commissary funds .................
Other. ............... ... ........ ....... .... .. ..
Law Enforcement Assistance Administration...........
Drug Enforcement Administration ....................
Proprietary receipts from the public .................

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

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

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

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

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

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


This Month


Outlays



T2,846
25,089
46,702
21.223

-652
793
22,460
80,537
14,146


213,144


26,695 ..........
189,195 ..........
156,432 .........
24 ..........
-204,777 ..........

34,654 .........

1,150,525 ..........


1,270.077

94,702
9,310

41
16,868
682



1,391,680


Applicable
Receipts


Net
Outlays


.......... 2.,846
.......... 25.089
.......... 46,702
.......... 21,223

.......... -652
$723 70
.......... 22,460
.......... 80,537
.......... 14,146
-722 722

1 213,143


26,695
189,195
156,432
24
-204,777

34.654

1,150,525


.......... 1,270.077

.......... 94,702
.......... 9,310

.......... 41
.......... 16,868
.......... 682


1,391,680


Current Fiscal Year to IDate


Outlays


'13,166
88,965
183,604
84,158

-3,066
3,085
91,996
302,369
60,372


824,648
I.:


Applicable
Receipts







..........
$3,092
.........

410


3.502


60,683
785,216
691,289
-81
255,854

93,173


1,865,748 .........
-I


4,292,266

434,154
19.702

183
66,532
2,857

-108

4.815,586


Net
Outlays


.13,166
88,965
183,604
84,158

-3,066
-7
91,996
302,369
60,372
-410

821.146



60,683
785.216
691,289
-81
255,854

93,173

1,865,748


4,292,266

434,154
19,702

183
66,532
2,857

-108

4,815,586


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year


Outlays



:14,814
83.191
164,970
68,567

-243
2,799
81,298
292.028
51,336


758,760



29,923
858.991
665,600
2,326
633,991

101,896

2,176,544
--- -_ = -.-


5.548.308 ...........

387,468 ...........
21.798 ...........

245 ...........
84.083 ...........
3,269 ...........



6.045,172 ...........


Applicale Net
Receipts Outlays


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


...........


...........
...........
."2.787



901

3.688



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

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


~-- -~--------- -4---- ____ --.4~


2,744,428 I..........


3,075

7,262
-15,114
100
10,189
3,039
7,252
.............
0-750,000
2,010,232


- .









--- --4-
..........


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

..........
-57


2.744,428

3,075

7,262
-15,114
100
10,189
3,039
7,252
57
-750,0004

2,010,289


8,567,468 ..........

15,397 ..........

32,266 ..........
-97,141 I....... I
904 ..........
39,956 ..........
24,375 ..........
10,576 ..........
............. 662
-1,455,000 ..

7,138,801 662


8.567,468

15,397

32,266
-97,141
904
39,958
24,375
10,576
-662
-1,455,000 I

7,138,139J


10.514,443 ........... 10.514,443

11.034 ........... 11,034

25,227 ........... 25.227
2,552 ........... 2,552
1,238 ........... 1,238
32,982 ........... 32,982
15,282 ........... 15,282
19,926 ........... 19,926
........... 40 -40
-2,175,000 ........... -2,175,000

8,447,685 40 8,447,644


:14,814
83,191
164,970
68,567

-243
12
81,298
292,028
51.336
-901

755,072



29.923
858,991
665,600
2,326
633.991

101,896

2.176,544


5,548,308

387.468
21,798

245
84,083
3,269



6.045,172


.........


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

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


Classification of
OUTLAYS-- Continued


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

Total--Adnmimstration of foreign affairs.........

International organizations and conferences..........
International commissions ..........................
Educational exchange..............................
Other:
Assistance to refugees from the Soviet Union ......
Special assistance to refugees from Cambodia
and Vietnam....................................
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:
Trust revolving fund.................... ...
Intragovernmental funds ........................
Operating expenses ..............................
Acquisition, construction, and improvements ........
Retired pay. ....................................
Other.................................... ...

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

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

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

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


This Month


Outlays


Current Fiscal Year to Date


t I t 4


Applicable
Receipts


Net
Outlays


Outlays


Applicable
Receipts


Net
Outlays


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year


Outlays


Applicable
Receipts


Outla11


-69
52,389

3,146


5,559
362


-$69
52,389

3,146


5,559
362


1885
189,483

7,232

8,055
24,627
1,496


z885
189,483

7,232

8,055
24,627
1,496


$678
181,878

10,985

6,355
22,773
1,942


Net
Outlays


$678
181,878

10,985

6,355
22,773
1.942


61,387 .......... 61,387 231,778 .......... 231,778 224,611 ........... 224,811

53,818 .......... 53,818 134,936 .......... 134,936 165,368 ........... 165.368
1,941 .......... 1,941 6,111 .......... 6,111 4,849 ........... 4,849
2,041 .......... 2,041 18,093 .......... 18,093 20,177 ........... 20,177

2 .......... 2 116 .......... 116 17,021 ........... 17,021

5,476 .......... 5,476 5,401 .......... 5,401 111,702 ........... 111,702
4,074 .......... 4,074 8,670 .......... 8,670 -32,352 ........... -32,352
............. -$716 716 ............. -!3,306 3,306 ............ 52,381 -2,381



............. .......... .......... -29 .......... -29 -208 ........... -208
............. .......... .......... -24,735 .......... -24,735 -14,355 ........... -14.355
............. .......... .......... ............. .......... ........... -173 .......... -173

128,740 -716 129,456 380,342 -3,306 383,648 496,639 2,381 494,257


4,254 .......... 4,254 24,392 .......... 24,392 17,992 .......... 17,992

418 402 17 2,356 1,620 736 1,676 1,687 -11
-1,261 .......... -1,261 -1,074 .......... -1,074 -9,476 ........... -9.476
67.293 .......... 67,293 274,274 .......... 274,274 237,015 ........... 237,015
8,183 .......... 8,183 32,614 .......... 32,614 49,176 .......... 49,176
10,946 .......... 10,946 44,943 .......... 44,943 40,389 ........... 40,389
6,224 ......... 6,224 24,196 .......... 24,196 21,180 ........... 21,180

91,803 402 91,401 377,309 1,620 375,690 339,961 1,687 338,274


4
135,695
2,717

22,339
18,481
6,456
. -3....
-3


47,274 1 ......

185,690


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


4
135,695
2,717


L ________ ________


22,339
18,481
6,456

-3

47.274

185,689


-173
588,482
12,451


3


-176
588,482
12,451


-52
535,006
11,746


25
...........
...........


-77
535.006
11,746


__ __ __ __ __ __ II__ __ __ _


104,966
65,098
23,582
5
-18

193.632

794,393


..........
..........3
..........
..........

..........


3


104,966
65,098
23,582
5
-18

193,632

794,390


110,223
70,980
23,067
1
20

204,291

750,991


110,223
70,980
23,067
1
20

204,291


25 750,966


See footnotes on page 3.


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


Class lfn.I IL,11n of
OUTLAYS--Curtinued



Dep.t rit nIn'it of Transportation--Cunt I inucdc
Fedrral Highway Administration:
Highway beaullficaLlon ...........................
Othe ............. ......... ......................
Highway trust fund:
Federal-aid highways ..........................
Righl-ol-way revolving fund .....................
Other.........................................

Total --Federal Highway Administration........

National Highway Traffic Salety Administration:
Tr.ilfic and highway safety........................
Trust fund share of highway safety programs .......
Otier.......................................
Fede ral Rail road Administration:
Alaska Railruad revolving fund ....................
R.flriad research and development ................
Rail service assistance..........................
Grants to National Railruad Passenger Corpuration..
Other.................................. ........

Total--Federal Ratlruad Administration ..........

Urban Mass Transpurlalioh Administration..........
Saint Lawrence Seaway Develupment Corpuraitun.....
Pruprictary receipts from the public..............

Tutal--Department of Transportation .............

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

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

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


This Month


-I
outlays




1.184
6,892

360,195
593
1,574

370,438


3,372
7,500
525

3.556
9,995
2,076
190.202
4.174

210,004

127,717
562
.....001.........864

1,001,864


Applicable
ReceiptIs


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

73,948
..........,
..........


Current Fiscal Year to Date


Net
Outlays


1,184
6,892

360,195
593
1,574

370,438


3,372
7,500
525

-392
9,995
2.076


.......... 190,202
.... .... 4,174

3,948 206,055

221 127,495
294 268
3,840 -13,840

8,706 993,158


............. .......... .........
25 ........ 25
332,018 .......... 332,018


1

11,725


-2 ..........


163 ..........
982 ..........
356 ..........


13 ..........
500 *..........


13,731 ..........

10.393 ..........

33,335 ..........
27,359 ..........
3,699 ..........
3,488 ........
7,777 ..........


1

11,725

-2

163
982
356
6 .

500


13,731

10,393

33,335
27,359
3,699
3,488
7,777


O a Applicalle
Outlays Recipts


13.541 ..........
34,007 ..........

2.269,600 ..........
10.821 ..........
9,496 ..........

2.337,465 ..........


11.611 ..........
32,500 ..........
1,537 .........

20,036 .16,421
21,246 ..........
6,847 ..........
318,866 ..........
11.398 ..........

378,393 16.421

546,588 662
2,875 3,261
............. 14,319


4,507,062


36,285


-216 ..........
8,141 ..........
882,411 ......


3 ..........
770,000 770,000
47,657 .........

-428 .........

213 ..........
61,202 ..........
2.368 ..........
105 ..........
667 ..........
909 ......


882,695 770,000
4 ---- --
39,787 ..........

116,484 ..........
90,166 ..........
-124 ..........
14,710 ..........
33,414 ..........


Net
Ouilays



13,541
34,007


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


Comniparabl. PeriAd Prir Fist ial Year


Outlays


Applicable Net
Hicrtlpts Outlays


10,706
10,514


2,461,073
4,007
14,823

2,501,122


16.548
29,000
5,250


2,269,600
10,821
9,496

2.337,465


11,611
32.500
1,537

3.614
21,246
6,847
318,866
11.398

361,971

545,926
-386
-14,319

4,470,777



-216
8.141
882,411


3

47,657

-428

213
61,202
2,368
105
667
909


112,695
---i-
39.787

116,484
90,166
-124
14,710
33,414


6
370,000
40,542


5,863 ..........

2 ...........
62.178 ..........
2.025 ..........
73 ..........
1,000 ..........
177 ...........


481.865

36.095

120,244
61,772
-441
18,006
29,879


6
........... 6
370,000 .... ........
........... 40,542


5,863


370,000

...........

........0...
...........
...........
...........


10.706
10 514


2,461,073
4 007
14.823

2.501.122


16,548
29,000
5,250

-4,079
19 533
92.638
183,800
7,835

299,726

438.808
-1,064
-9,754

4.386.869


-253
6.109
14.767


2
62,178
2,025
73
1,000
177


111,865

36,095

120,244
61,772
-441
18,006
29,879


22,354 26 433
19,533 ...........
92,638 ...........
183,800 ...........
7,835 ...........

326,159 26,433

444,554 5.746
1,474 2,538
............ 9,754

4,433,051 46.182



.... ..... 253
6,109 ...........
14,767 .........


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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 Applicable Net t Applicable Net Applicable Net
Outlays Receipts Outlays Outlays Receipts Outlays Outlays Receipts Oulays


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Tutal--Energy Research and Development
Administration ................... .............

Environmental Protection Agency
Revolving fund for certification and other services .....
Agency and regional management....................
Ene rgy" research and development ....................
Research and development .........................
Abatement and cuntrol...............................
Enforcement .....................................
Construction grants................................
Other.............................................
Proprietary receipts from the public .................

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

General Services Administration:
Real property y activities ............................
Personal property activities:
Int ra ve rnme tl funds......................... .
Federal Supply Service, operating expenses .........
Records dactni ie ., ........... ........ ..............
Automated data and telecommunications activities......


$62
4,379
75.990
79,331
23,000
14,298
10,866


!62
4,379
75,990
79,331
23,000
14,298
10,866


$297
17,765
291,417
310,201
28,531
96,240
51,480


8231
.........
.........
.........
.........
.........
.........


$66
17,765
291,417
310,201
28,531
96.240
51,480


$310
15,263
257,475
306,924
21,745
98,509
52.192


$199
...........
...........
...........
...........
...........
...........


$110
15,263
257,475
306,924
21,745
98,509
52,192


207,925 .......... 207,925 795,931 231 795,700 752,416 199 752,217

10,334 .......... 10,334 43,106 ......... 43,106 36,628 ........... 36,628
5,913 816,954 -11,041 28,691 18,214 10,477 25,486 6,825 18,661

2,798,494 .......... 2,798,494 11,052,875 ......... 11,052,875 9,827,584 ........... 9,827,584
82,647 .......... 82,647 4,184,478 ......... 4,184,478 3,568,342 .......... 3.568.342

2,881,141 .......... 2,881,141 15,237,353 ......... 15,237,353 13,395,926 ........... 13,395,926

1,693,273 .......... 1,693,273 3,392,787 ......... 3,392,787 3,134,462 ........... 3,134,462
.............. 34,058 -34.058 ............... 192,161 -192,161 ............ 227,980 -227.980
.............. 157,735 -157,735 ............ 659,329 -659,329 ............ 244,558 -244,558
-332,239 .......... -332,239 -1,071,126 ......... -1.071,126 -646,511 ........... -646,511

4,898,172 208,746 4,689,426 20,494,210 1,639,935 18,854,274 17,466,703 849,815 16,616,888


265,630 .......... 265,630 1,167,137 ......... 1,167,137 963.847 ........... 963.847
57,800 .......... 57,800 189,870 ......... 189,870 265,926 ........... 265.926
65 .......... 65 118 ......... 118 182 ........... 182
.............. -2,543 2,543 ............. 200 -200 ........... 126 -126


323,495 -2,543 326,038 1,357,125 200 1,356,925 1,229,955 126 1,229,829


19,621
11,654
19,885
373
9,624
248,571
2,534


312,264


123






29

152


-123
19.621
11,654
19,885
373
9,624
248.571
2,534
-29

312.113


2
33,979
25,525
55,469
111,076
19,903
1,098,240
7,428


1,351,622


__________________t ____________ _____________I _________________ ::::


-187,361

6,310
19,078
9,763
-20,778


.........65
265
..........


-187,361

6,310
19,078
9,498
-20,778


-142,459

-15,217
60,683
27,218
-19,693


161






58

219


1,161


-159
33,979
25,525
55,469
111,076
19,903
1,098,240
7,428
-58

1,351,403


-142,459

-15,217
60,683
26,057
-19,693


24,801
9,538
52,933
162,584
16,380
818,039
7,482


1,091,757


-120,172

-16,366
62,756
24,799
-10,616


191
...........





42

233


2,095
...........


-191
24,801
9.538
52,933
162,584
16,380
818,039
7,482
-42

1.091.524


-120,172

-16,366
62.756
22,705
-10,616


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







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


Classification of
OUTLA YS--Continued


General Services Administration- -Continued
Property management and disposal activities ..........
Preparedness activities..............................
General activities ....................... .........
Proprietary receipts from the public:
Stockpile receipts ................................
Other ......................................... .
Lntrabudgetary transactions .........................

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

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

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

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

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

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


This Month

Outlays Applicable
outlays Receipts


(')
.1,542
8,372


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

-80

-163,154


197,010
7,603
70,969
28



275,611



44.156
13,875
1,487
1,002
27,562
802,201
372,312
346,719
8,894
51,594
19,491

50,206
4,403
2.613
1,309





-170
-3

1.747,651


18,765
971
4,713
10,753


348

12,746
4,451
..........

17,510


..........
..........
..........
..........
440


440



19,105
12,809
2,035
3
24,555






..........
..........
5,400
..........

41,338
497
2,319


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

108,062


25
..........


Net
Outlays


(C)
:1,542
8,323
-12,746
-4,451
-80

-180.664


197,010
7,603
70,969
28
-440


275,171



25,050
1,066
-548
999
3,007
802,201
372,312
346,719
8,894
51,594
19,491

50,206
4,403
-2.786
1,309

-41,338
-497
-2,319


-170
-3

1,639,589


18,740
971
4,713
10,686


Current Fiscal Year to Dale


Outlays



3327
5,938
26,854


-299

-56,647


1,023.724
29,287
293,777
916



1,347,705



180,722
43,302
6,678
3,455
96.776
2,956,154
1,459.431
1,455,245
36,665
189,889
75,718

173,111
18,762
8,789
26,757





-692
-10

6,730,749


65,874
2,426
18,635
34,100


Applicable
Receipts



.11
249
44,176
3,642
..........

49,240




... 673


673
673


173,184
50,419
20,282
11
94,557








29,180


157,520
1,926
94




527,172


120

..........
........ il
86


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year


Net
Outlays


1327
5,927
26.605

-44,176
-3.642
-299

-105,887


1,023,724
29,287
293.777
916
-673


1,347,032



7,538
-7,117
-13,604
3.444
2,219
2,956,154
1,459,431
1,455,245
36,665
189,889
75,718

173,111
18,762
-20,391
26,757

-157,520
-1,926
-94


-692
-10

6,203,578


Outlays



1,127
5,830
24,002


-1,420

-32,313


907,155
40,842
275,929
83



1,224,010



172,075
45,985
5,808
2,437
86,403
2,762,677
2,036,006
1,294,121
32,558
163,963
59,207

190,971
19,615
8,588
32,731


-675
-12,

6.912,459


65,754 56,793
2,426 3.404
18,635 30,224
34,014 30,377


Applicable
Rectepts


..........
.7
276

44.853
12,629
...........

59,860




...........
743


75.609
52,082
21,178

87,826
I
...........
...........
...........




27.240
...........

180,258
3,301
905




448,402


249


89


See footnotes on page 3.


Net
Outlays


-1.127
5.823
23.727

-44.853
-12,629
-1.420

-92.174


907.155
40.842
275,929
83
-743


1,223,267



96.466
-6,097
-15,370
2.437
-1,423
2,762,676
2,036,006
1,294,121
32,558
163,963
59,207

190,971
19,615
-18,652
32,731

-180,258
-3,301
-905


-675
-12

6.464.057


56,544
3,404
30,224
30,287








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 utls Applicable Net Applicable Net Applicable Net
OUTLAYS--Con d Outlays Receipts Outlays Outlays Receipts Outlays Outlays Receipts Outlays
Classiicatin of ____________ I ____________ Receipts JOutiays _______ ______ ______


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

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

Commission on Civil Rights.........................
Community Services Administration .................
Consumer Product Safety Commission ...............
Corporation for Public Broadcasting.................
District of Columbia:
Federal payment ...............................
Loans and repayable advances ....................
Emergency Loan Guarantee Board...................
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission ..........
Export-Import Bank of the United States4 ............
Federal Communications Commission ...............
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation ...............
Federal Energy Administration......................
Federal Home Loan Bank Board-
Public enterprise funds:
Federal Home Loan Bank Board revolving fund ...
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corp. fund...
Interest adjustment payment ......................
Federal Maritime Commission......................
Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service...........
Federal Power Commission.........................
Federal Trade Commission .........................
Historical and Memorial Commissions ...............
Intergovernmental agencies-
Washington %MerropollLan Area Transit Authority....
Other .........................................
International Trade Commission ...................
Interstate Commerce Commission...................
Legal Services Corporation ...... .................
National Credit Union Administration ...............
National Foundation of the Arts and the Humanities....
National Labor Relations Board .....................
National Science Foundation ........................
Nuclear Regulatory Commission ....................
Postal Service........................... ...........


.762,471

72
14,574

34,652
208,731
36,025
1,270
-1,668
(*)


-1,241
-72


:243,155
65,028
673

1,209


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


;:762.471

72
14,574

34,652
-34,424
-29,003
597
-1,668
-1,208


-1,241
-72


.3,042.932

288
47,332

104,608
850,854
143,669
4,643
-99
(*)


-4,656
-288


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


$836,463
258,606
3,113

1,211


.3,042,932

288
47,332

104,608
14,391
-114,937
1,529
-99
-1,211


-4,656
-288


$2,726,513

332
48,133

102,680
651,107
133,249
4,729
7,535
6


-1,010
-332


............
$662,773
238,807
3,334
1........03
1,033


1,054,815 310.065 744,750 4,189,284 1,099,392 3,089,891 3,672,942 905,947 2,766,995


859
45,824
3,562


25,000
..............
6,421
40,880
4,847
143.424
14,550

50,092
3,835
170
776
1,919
3,439
4,351
780

14.500
490
965
4,945

4,659
15,300
7.554
45,843
18,244


..........
43
(*)
..........

..........

984
1
..........
1
281,524
5

322,416
11,966
..........
3
(*)
1
2
1,112

..........
132
..........
3

18,747
( .
16
147
2


859
45,781
3,561


25,000
-984
6,421
40,880
4,846
-138,099
14,544

-272,324
-8,131
170
774
1,919
3,438
4,349
-332

14,500
358
965
4,942

-14,089
15,300
7,538
45,696
18,242


3,315
170,394
13,052
103,000

262,504
45,532
31
24,621
154,708
18,326
583,486
50,146


76,691
17,843
376
3,034
6,998
13,777
17,608
7,235

161,894
1,990
3,844
19,515
125,000
11,475
55,198
24,765
208,442
67,924
1,766,170


55
1


29,722
1,056
7
...........
3
742,400
14

668,136
179,839
...........
12
(i)
36
-197
5,013

528
...........
9

24,774
()
51
162
(*)


3,315
170,339
13,052
103,000

262,504
15,810
-1,025
24,614
154,708
18,323
-158,913
50,131

-591,446
-161,996
376
3,022
6,998
13,741
17,805
2,222

161,894
1,462
3,844
19,506
125.000
-13,299
55,198
24,714
208,279
67,924
1,766,170


2,952
148,156
12,977
13,103
115.900
55,456
8
20,496
295,218
17,610
314,757
46,098


227,004
6,324
686
2,862
6,773
13,084
15,674
18,404

71,212
1,997
3.282
18.149
46,501
5,911
52,161
22,880
220,060
57,085
............


140
5


40,000
1,597
6
............
7
448,172
2

100,662
133,222

12
(*)
2,030
14
13,442

............
514

4,181

21,704
1
95
22
1
............


See footnotes on page 3.


32,726,513

332
48,133

102,680
-11,666
-105,558
1.396
7,535
-1,027


-1,010
-332


2,952
148,016
12,972
13,103

115.900
15,456
-1,589
20.490
295,218
17.603
-133,415
46,096


126,342
-126,898
686
2,849
6,773
11,054
15,660
4,962

71,212
1,483
3,282
13,967
46,501
-15,794
52.159
22,786
220,039
57,084
...........







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


Cla..ssication of
OUTLAYS--C, iiiinui'd


Ilndepe ndent Age nc ies- -Cont inued
ILiillrjd Retirenent Board:
Payments to railroad retirement trust funds...........
Regional rail Iransportation protective account........
Railroad Retirement Accounts:
Benefit payments, etc............................
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 froi the public ................
LntrabudgeLary transactions.
Railroad retirement accounts:
Payments in railroad retirement trust funds......
Interest transferred to federal hospital insurance
trust fund......................................

Total--Rairoad Retirement Board.................

Securities and Exchange Coummission .................
Selective Service System ............................
Sniall Business Adiiiinistratilon
Public enterprise funds:
Business loan and investment fund.................
Disaster loan fund ...............................
Lease gurantees revolving fund....................
Surety bond guarantees revolving fund..............
Salaries and expenses..............................
Proprietary receipts from the public.................
Int rabudgetary transactions.........................

Toal--Small Business Administration .............

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

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

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

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

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

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


This Month

I Applicable Net
Outlays Receipts Outlays


$2,777

308,118

-7,200

-1,000
7,139
1.021
2,378
()


313.233

4.807
576


32.967
14.340
660
1,042
1.488



50.496

9.431
1,126

235.333


235.333


23.928
559
142


24,630

112,250
1.014
15,724

2,321,865


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



(*)







'2



31.883
17.248
45
308

1


49.484

2


177,122
7

177,129





98
98

.. ........
125
1.121

1,175,224


72,777

308.118

-7,200

-1,000
7,139
1,021
2.378


..........

313.233

4.805
576


1.083
-2.907
615
733
1.488
-1


1.012

9,429
1.126

58.211
-7

58.204


23.928
559
142
-98

24.532
11 250l


Current 1


Outlays



*250.000
17.154

1,232,344
-7,200

-1.000
6.688
739
10.374
(")



-250,000



1.259.098

18.454
3.927


384.257
191,001
2.395
10.642
7.935



596,229

36.570 I
4.830

990.836

.. 990,836..
990,836


84,219
2,595
593


87.407
9on a'm


fiscal Year to Date

Applicable Net
Receiptbs Outlays


130.015
64.290
180
2.420


..... .... .

196,911

13
200

646.650
14

646,664



...........

221

221


889 5,008 1,184
14.603 32,890 3,242

1,146,641 11.655.062 3,599.663


:250,000
17.154

1.232.344

-7,200

-1,000
6,88
739
10.374




-250,000



1.259,098

18,446
3,927


254.242
126.711
2,215
8.222
7.935
-5


399.319

36.557
4,630

344,186
-14

344.172


84.219
2,595
593
-221

87.186

290,600
3,824
29.647

8.055,399


Cinirpa rable

Outlays


$1.146.057


...........
...........
...........*
...........
.. .. .. ..
"^


Ptridj Priur FisbLl Year

Applict'blL Net
ReC2Liplts. Outl.yb


............
............
............
............
........... -
82


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

2

7
II


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

'1 146.057





10,087
2
-2




4,640

1 160.785

17.336
13 295


10.087
2





4.640

1.160.787

17.343
13.295


204.850
87.559
2.253
7.971
12.673



315.306

37.025
3.824

917,938


917.938


70.721
2.560
608


73.889

5.750
2,982
19,565


8,194,222 2,614.822 5.579,400


See footnotes on page 3.


F


287 880 -83.030
59.996 27.563
795 1,458
1.210 6.761
............ 12.673
7 -7


349.887 -34.581

18 37.007
330 3.494

590.732 327.205
9 -9

590.741 327.196


............ 70.721
............ 2.560
............ 608
283 -283

283 73.605

............ '5.750
238 2.744
1.201 18.364










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 Outlays Applicable Net
Receipts Outlays uts Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays


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:
Fede ral old-age and survivors insurance trust
fund..........................................
Federal disability insurance trust fund.............
Federal hospital insurance trust fund ..............
Department of State:
Foreign service retirement and disability fund......
Other independent agencies:
Civil Service Commission:
Civil service retirement and disability fund.......
Receipts from off-budget Federal agencies:
Independent agencies:
Civil Service Commission:
Civil Service Retirement and Disability Fund...

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

Inte rest on certain Government accounts:
Interest credited to certain Government accounts:
The Judiciary:
Judicial survivors annuity fund.................
Department of Defense:
Civil:
Soldiers' and Airmen's Home permanent fund...
Department of Health, Education, and WeUare:
Federal old-age and survivors ins. trust fund.....
Federal disability insurance trust fund...........
Federal hospital insurance trust fund ...........
Federal supplementary medical ins. trust fund...,
Department of Labojr:
Uneinployment trust fund .......................
Department if State:
F',ri.lgn service retirement and disability fund....
Dlp.irlntmirnlt Transportaliun:
Airport and airwday trurl fund .................
Highway trust fund..........................
Veterans Administration:
G,Lv'rniment life insurance fund.................
National service life insurance fund............


-$130


-73,000
-11,000
-15,000

-836


-155,832



-122,614


-$130


-73,000
-11,000
-15,000

-836


-155,832



-122,614


-$30

-260


-271,000
-37,000
-55,000

-4,628


-697,750



-264,653


-$30

-260


-271,000
-37,000
-55,000

-4,628


-697,750



-264,653


-$15

-320


-258,000
-33,000
-54,000

-4,834


-649,893



-266,246


-$15

-320


-258,000
-33,000
-54.000

-4,834


-649.893



-266,246


-378,411 .......... -378,411 -1330,321 ........... -1,330,321.. .... -1,3 -1,266,308 ............ 1,266,308


-189


-6,455
-825
-2.186
-966

-478

-28

-120
-762

-9
-1.976


-189




-6,455
-825
-2,186
-966

-478

-28

-120
-762

-9
-1.976


-189


-1,947

-1,073,614
-187,376
-374,213
-50,271

-78,588

-6,462

-87,346
-274,838

-15.906
-207.686


-189


-1,947

-1,073,614
-187,376
-374,213
-50,271

-78,588

-6,462

-87,346
-274,838

-15,906
-207,686


-182


-1,578

-1,130,801
-233,402
-336,839
-50,518

-97,869

-5,040

-67,692
-286,261

-15,642
-190,149


-182


-1,578

-1,130,801
-233,402
-336.839
-50,518

-97.869

-5,040

-67,692
-286,261

-15.642
-190.149


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

..........


..........


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

...........


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


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


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


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
















TABLE I


Classification of
OUTLAYS--Continued


Undislributed offsetting reccipts--Cuntinued
Interest on certain Government accounts--Continued
Interest credited to certain Government accounts--
Continued
Civil Service Commission:
Civil service retirement and disability fund......
Railroad Retirement Board:
Railroad retirement accounts ..................
Olher..........................................

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

Rents and royalties on the outer continental shelf lands .

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

TOTAL BUDGET
Receipts (+)........................................

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

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


II--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (in thousands)

This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date
K -- -A- ---- -7
Outlays Appcable Net Applicable Net
Outlays Receipts Outlays Outlays Receipts Outlays
_. I... .. L O --


-.3.046 ........

-3,136 .........
-206 .........

-20.382 ........

........... 761,085

-398.793 61.085

38.290,005 5,649,682


-43,046

-3.136
-206

-20.382

-61.085

-459.878
-- __ -i- _
32.640,324
(Net Totals)
29,976,785


-, 1.354,219

-112,375
-1,904

-3.826.934
..............

-5,157.255

150.259.944 I
-- _


-605.400

605.400

18.646.672


-32.640,324

-2,663.539


-. 1.354.219

-112,375
-1,904

-3.826,934

-605.400

-5,762,655

131.613,272
(Net Totals)
106.164,714

-131,613,272

-25.448.558


Comrparable PUrLriu Prior F .cal Yeair
r
Outlays Applicable Nc(
Receipts Outlays


-:1,156,744 ............

-105,625 ............
-9.396 ............

-3.687.739 .. .. .
1 --
.................. .617.769 '

-4.954.046 617,769

139.203 024 14.442.960


._-


-$1,156,744

-105 625
-9.396

-3.687.739

-617.769

-5.571.815

124.760.064
(Net Totals)
92,811.478

-124 760.064

-31.948.586


MEMORANDUM
Receipts offset against outlays (In thousands)


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

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


Current
Fiscal Year
to Date

'6,183,035
659,329
10,759,512

17,601,876


Comparable Period
Prior Fiscal Year


300.003.927

510.920.503


=-~-~





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

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

(Assets and Liabilities Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of Close of
Directly Related to the Budget) This Month ThisYear Prior Year This Year This Month This Month
-------------------------------------------- I----


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
dispositiu n of surplus (-)I ..............................

See footnotes on page 3.


$363,183

363,183


"19.205.303
-10


$30,766,838
-8,355


19,205,293: 30.758,483


:634.701,165 J653.543.285; 653.906.468
75 65 65

634,701,240 653.543.350' 653,906,533


-305,265 -732,619 -11,657 11,677,710 11,250,356 10,945,091

57.918 18.472.674 30,746.825 646,378.950 664,793.706 664,851.624


-3,099,205 -2,114,773 -2,989,555 148,052,209 149.036,642 145,937.437

3,157,124 20,587,447 33,736,380 498.326.741 515,757,064 518.914.188

922,695 2,129,199 850,552 4,377,797 5,584,301 6,506,996

-21,793 -10,932 10,273 2,654.344 2,665.206 2,643,413
-90,343 555.848 1,765,737 3,059,951 3,706.142 3,615,799

2,763,892 6,495,833 1,765,275 5,737.182 9,469,123 12.233,015

6,731,575 29,757,395 38,128,217 514,156,015 537.181.835 543,913,411


1.017,877 -4,726.194


-19.582
..........

-19.582



-64,049
-150,000

28,530

-185.519

387 391
383 006
1,583,173

-405,240

1,177.933

.5.553.642

-2,890,103


1,457.148


18,526' 74.886
-400,000 ............


-381.474



-31,9281
320.000

17,155L

305.227}

'387.3911 .
946.634
-3.468.416

5 426.089

1 957.673

i27.799.722

-2.351.165


-2.663.539 -25,448,558


17,414.219 11,670,148 12,688,025

2.356,633 2,394.741 2.375.160
-800,000 -1,200.0001 -1.200.000


74.886' 1.556.633 1.194.741: 1.175.160
-.T


6,700.000 6.700,000 6.700.000


17.225 1,052,512 1.084.633, 1,020.584
163.000 -3,741.289 -3.271.2891 -3.421.289

-14.353 -12,352 -23,728 4,802

165,873 3,998.870 4.489.6161 4.304 097

........... ........... ......... .. 387.391
120.439 3.638.164 4.201.792 4.584.798
___-- --4-
1.818.345 26,607.886 21.556.298 23,139.471

765.185 3.631.063 9.462,391 9,057.151

2,583.530 '30.238.949 31,018.689 32.196 622

35.544.688 L483.917.066 -506.163.146 '511 716.788


-3.596.102 ........... 538,938

31 948.586 J483 917 066 -506 702.085


-2 351.165


'509,365.624


...........





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


Fiscal Year to Date


This Year Prior Year


E\ -..A Id li.ihbillies beh i inning of periuci
Ha-iiel on coL'rl piltion of unified budget in preceding perlud...
4.djlstlnilnts during current I[f.al,' yve.r fIr c'lnugei s in
c iImpoLsitl ion u nilItd buJdge
Expor -Inmp,,rt ankr certificates of beneficial
Interest reclassified as financlin transactions. 1....... .. 1

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

rudgeit srplus (-) or deficit:
I.aserd m cLuiipusiiion tf unified budget in prior fiscal ear
Change in roniposition of unified budget:
Export-lmport Bank reclassified from off-budget to
bud:eL t.l r c ounts ............................. .......

ludgei surplus (-) or deficit ?Table Ill) .......................

Transactions not applied to current year's surplus or deficit:
Scitnio raice..................................... ....... .
[ncrement on gold ........................................
Net gain i luss for U.S. currency valuation adjustment .....
Net gain i- loss for IMF loan valuation adjustment .........
Pension Benefit Guaranmt Corporation ....................
Postal Service .........................................
Rural electrification and telephone revolving fund.........
Rural telephone bank ..................................
Housing for the elderly or handicapped fund ...............
Federal Financing Bank.................................

Total--transactions not applied to current year's surplus
or deficit............................................
Excess of liabilities close of period.........................
Excess of liabilities close of period .......................... I


506 163 146 "483.286 217 '414 t,45.054


.......... 630 849 453 994
06 163 146 483 917.066 415 099.048
I I


2.680.414


-16 875

2.663 539


-33.514
-1.973
35.519

-3.545
1 846.347
27.113
11 874
-528
1,008,810


25.691 048 31 926 357


-242.490 22.229

25 448.558 .31 948 586


-136.997 -298.551
-1.973 ........
14.773 -2.873

-3,133 -4,384
'-1,261,976 1 111.957
108 895 132 078
26,707 34 728
-4,966 -5 626
3 609.835 2,628,773


2.890.103 2 351 165 3 596.102

511 716.788 511,716.788 50.643,736


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


Classification





Agency securities, issued under special financing authorities:
Obligations of tihe United States, issued by:
Export-Import Bank ....................................
Obligations guaranteed by the United States, issued by:
Department of Defense-
Family Housing Mortgages ..........................
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Federal Housing Administration......................
Department of Transportation:
Coast Guard:
Family Housing Mortgages ........................
Obligauons not guaranteed by the Uruted States, issued by:
Department of Defense.
Homeowners Assistance Mortgages....................
Department of Housing and Urban Development-
Government National Mortgage Association..............
Independent agencies
Postal Service ......................................
Tennessee Valley Authority.............................

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


Net Transactions
(-) denotes net reduction of
liability accounts


This Month




-'16.875


-17 670

4,268


-16

29

-275,000



-305.265


Fiscal Year to date


This Year



242.490


-41,398

1,252


-81


98

-300,000


-150,000
-732.619


Prior Year Thi



:22.229 5 3


-44,808 1

36,056

-62


-72

-25.000 4



-11.6571 11


Account Balances
Current Fiscal Year


Begnrnng of


sYear



.591.164


,133,786

578.118


2,042

2.601

,145,000

250,000
.975.000
.677.710


T__ --
Close of
This Month


This Month



E3.365 550

1.110.058

575,103

1.977


83.348 674


1.092.388

579 371

1,960


2.669 2 698

4,10,000 3.845.000

250,000 250.000
1.825.000 1.825.000
11,250,356 10,945.091


~


This
Month


J


L' 1.1 1 L" A.ll l t11






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

ISSUE OF PUBLIC DEBT SECURITIES (In thousands)


Transactions Account Balances
Current Fiscal Year

Classification Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of Close of
This Month This Month
This Year Prior Year This Year This Month
ThisI Mot 1 fITisot


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

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

Borrowing from the Federal t 1Ilaning Bank:

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

Total Borrowing from the Federal Financing Bank .............

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


$477,189

1,037,306
-271,302

86,000


-3,900
...........
42,490
95,528
...........o
...........


...........
4,361

80
2,369
...........


............
3426,594
-66,210
3,963,768
-590,243

86,000


-93,730
............
-640,999
200,000
............
-2,000

25,000



............
12,476

548
7,787
............


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

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

-416


45,400
-2,735,994
6,274
5.879.875
286.466

441,000
264,000

2,061,270
...........
763,824
109,727
29,420
-1,400


...........
45,896

227
1,805
...........

-1,000





416...
...........

...........





416


;3.555.993
73,024
25.884.325
1.490.683

2,847,268
2,031,000

940,614
58.190
4,908,527
7,409,108
200,733
118,476

830,718
676.000
360,000


2,811,000
119,843

2,134
27,165
800,000

251,650

52,479
1,522

20,400
150,000
22,114

1,730,078

832


.............
$3,505,398
6,814
28.810.787
1,171.741

2,847,268
2,031,000

850,784
58,190
4,225,038
7,513,580
200.733
116.476

855,718
676,000
360,000


2,811,000
127,958

2,602
32,584
800.000

251,650

52,479
1.522

20,400
150,000
22,114

1,730,078

416


E3.982,587
6,814
29.848.093
900.440

2,933,268
2.031,000

846.884
58.190
4,267,528
7,609,108
200,733
116.476

855,718
676,000
360,000


2.811,000
132,319

2,682
34,954
800,000

251,650

52.479
1,522

20,400
150,000
22,114

1,730,078

416


1.470.121 3,328.575 7.146.406 57.373.876 59,232.330 60.702,453



........... -500 000 800,000 3,248,000 2,748,000 2,748,000
50,000 425,000 500,000 2,735,000 3.110,000 3,160.000
........... 439.550 545,100 4,768,150 5,207,700 5,207,700

50,000 364,550 1.845.100 10.751.150 11.065,700 11,115.700


1,520,121


3,693,125


8,991,506


68,125,026


70,298,030


71,818,153


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


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





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


NIl Purchases or Sales (-)


Securiliei H"ld as Inve.stments
Current Fiscal Year


Classification


F.'j'. r.al Funld-
CL p.irtiirt nl A4I i rl-ulluri.
Agency securitie..................................

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

r'-lLparlr nt ii f ,I H',usiii .and Urban Dl velv.pmr nlrt.
Fec' ral Hiou infz Adminiitration.
Federal houlin; adlilnilstrailun fund:
Publ I drIrt sre urllti ............................
Agency securities................... .........
Government National Miirtiage Association:
Special assistance tulcion fund:
Agency securities .................. ..........
Manae.Ltentl .ind liquidating functions fund:
A;e'ncr y ecutrmlts ................................
Gu.l .I aitre, of MoirliJgge- Backed Securities:
Public debt ascui-nti., ...........................
AgFt-ru securities...............................
Part ip)atiun sales fund:
Public debt securities..........................
Agency securities...............................
HousiniL. Maln.ig e nt:
Crllllunrlnit disposal .iper tions fund:
Agency securities .............................
Rental h,,using assistance fund ....................
New Cuioniunities Administration:
New communities fund ...........................
Federal Insurance Administration:
National insurance development fund..............

Depanrient of the Interior:
Bunne v lt Power Administration....................
Departlnent of Transportirun .........................
Department of Treasury ...........................

Veterans Administration:
Veterans reopened insurance fund ....................
Independent agencies-
Emergency Loan Guarantee Board...................
Export-lnpo-t Bank of the United States...............
Federal Energy Administration......................
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation:
Public debt securlttes .............................
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 ul C,..'nress ...............................
The Judiciary
Judicial Survivors Annuity Fund......................

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

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

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

Departnent of Health, Educatiun, and Welfare:
Federal uld-age and survivors insurance trust fund:
Public debt securities .............................
Agency securities................................
Federal disability insurance trust fund ...............
Federal hospital insurance trust fund:
Public debt securities.........................
Agenc. securities .................................
FTderal supplementary medical insurance trust fund....
Other.............................................

See footnotes on page 3.


This Month






52.245



42.858
-1


-728

-365

3.968

-257 951


15,660

-1.132


546

965
23,900


18.134
-10.000
11.000
7,071

-136.705
-7 125

-143.830


-10


-1.125.358

-183,831

-262.347

6.243
52


Flcal Ye.ir I4 Daitl

This Month Prior Year
|


-S6.000

10.120



-134
-5


-1,423

-974

4.910
2.444

-212,499
............ I


-1,700

63.110
80
519.500


14,114

2.250
23.900


171,997
-10.000
10,275
20.631

626.553
-15.957

610.596



150

23

-225


1,374



-2,832,728

-884,702

-581,153

610,069
202


:6,000

9.190



28,451
-6


6,363

-1,191

4,320
-1,607

75.226



3,785

-1,700

-2,300


62,670
13.705
23,452

15.445


3,075

1,481,981

126.895

15.221
18.640

1.878.056
-2.440

1.875.616


-10
-140

163

-120

-1

44



-2.843,402

-587.790

372.188

61.522
30


Beginning u[


This Year



535,215

106.470



1.551.886
191,203

109,083

39,456

39.249
3,191

1.605,008
86.745

388



91,697


39.345
14,415
1,529,337

353.643


25,930



4.102,837
141.977
69.725
262.755

9.792,296
607.257

10,399.553


565
1,340

10,921

542

35

1,108


36,499.847
555,000
6,453,247

10.959.482
50,000
1.243.945
187


This Munth



S29,215

114,345



1.508,894
191.200

108.387

38,847

44,159
1,667

1.650.460
86.745

388



89,997


86,795
14,495
2,049.969

367,211

27,215



4.256.700
141,977
69.000
276,315

10.555.554
598,425

11.153,979


565
1.490

10,944

327

35

2,482



34,792,477
555.000
5.752.376

10,640.676
50.000
1.847.771
337


Close of
This Month




829.215

116,590



1,551,752
191.198

107.659

38,482

44.159
5.636

1,392,509
86,745

388



89,997


102,455
14,495
2,048,836

367,757

28,180
23.900


4.274,834
131,977
80,000
283,386

10,418,849
591.299

11,010.149


565
1,490

10,944

317

35

2.482



33,667,119
555.000
5,568,545

10.378,329
50,000
1,854.014
389





TABLE IV--SCHEDULE D--INVESTMENTS OF GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTS 27
IN FEDERAL SECURITIES (In thousands) --Continued


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

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


Trust Funds--Continued
Department of the Interior.............................

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

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

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

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

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

Veterans Administration:
Government life insurance fund ........................
National service life insurance fund:
Public debt securities.............................
Agency securities.................................
Veterans special life insurance fund ..................
General Post Fund National Homes ....................

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

MEMORANDUM

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

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


:3 130


-926,685


-3,252


39.615
169.873


5,000

-100

-3,987

61.026
-75.000
3,130
900



-219,962

23.195
24.457
-500
98,000
........... ii
717

-247,463
-50,000

-2.538.157
-125.000

-2.663.157

4 030

-299,757
............

3,510
-292,218
............

-292,218

-3.099.205


-22.555


-$3,800


-1,100,205 -1,699,999
-665 .............


18.490
130

293,039
103 488


-16,350

-25

-2,081

267.041
-75.000
20.430
900



224,619

2,459
109,917
-1,100
113,000
-5
19,865

-280,951
-50,000

-3.917 549
-125.000

-4 042.549


11,598


183,409
-218,949

-23,600

470

-346

176,837

18.456
.............



278,717
.............
150
102,072
-1,000
100,425

10,254

-633,483


:14,270


4,914,103
5,372

175,608
215


2.712,201
8 951,876
10

48,460

3,985

560,079

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



42.289.894
375.000
321 914
2.131.947
17.281
6 607 083
18,885
10.048

3,303,121
50 000


-4.696.305 134.697.169
............. 1.340,000

-4.696 305, 136.037.169
I


$8,585

4,740,583
4,707


197,350
345

2.965.625
8.885.491
10

27,110

4,060

561.985

7,162,207
310.000
499 565
1.143


11,715

3.813.898
4 707

194,098
345

3.005 240
9.055.364
10

32 110

3,960

557,998

7 223.233
235,000
502,695
2.043


42,734.475 42.514.513
375.000 375.000
301,178 324.373
2.217 407 2.241.864
16.681 16,181
6,622,083 6,720,083
18.880 18.880
29.196 29.913

3.269.633 3.022.170
50.00 ................

133.317.778 130 779 621
1.340.000 1.215.000

134.657.778 131.994 621
I-


22.005 38.495 124.125 142.100 146.13)

1.292,100 -211,776 1,431,200 3.023.057 2,723,300
335............ ............. ............. .............. ................""""
-335 .-49 4,401 4.066 4,066
3,410 4.465 55.761 55.661 59.171
1.317.180 -168 865' 1 615.487 3 224.885 2.932.667

1.317.180 .........168.865 1.615......... .............. 885 2.932........67
1.317.180 -168.865 1.615,487 3.224 885 2.932.667


-2,114,773 -2.989.555 148 052 209


149.036.642 145 937 437


. .......... .... ........ .00 20 20C

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


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






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

r r- are rounded in rnTllions of dollars anjd may not add to totals)


Cl s I ic atl on


Oct Ni,,. Dec Jan. Feb. March April May


Fiscal
June July Aug. Sept. Year
To
Date


RECEIPTS

Individual inc olne ta.xes........
C'rp,-raiiin incowne taxes......
SL'ial in.lurancttf a.xsL- and
conirlbutiuns
Enmploymrent taxes and
cont ribultUun .............
L'nemployrn'nt insurance. ..
Cont ributiIns lIor either
insurance and retiremenl...
Excise taxes ................
Estate and .Itl taxes...........
Custom s .....................
\liscellaneius .......... ......

Tutal--receipls this
year..................
Tioal -re pts prior year ...

OUTLAYS

LegtSlaiive Branch ...........
The Judiciary ................
Executive Office of the
President...................
Funds appropriated to the
President:
International security
assistance ................
In 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 uf Air Force ..
Defense agencies ........
Civil defense.............
Allowance undistributed ...

Total Military .........

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


:11.095 '12 535 :12.663 -18 108
1 027 699 7 633 1 694



5.308 7.775 5 826 6.511
503 1 205 -26 347


388 451
I 408 1 517
417 570
345 392
527 553


407
1.513
502
412
542


462
1.447
504
381
521


54.401 547.484
11.054 9.629


25,421 22.277
2,029 1.309

1.708 1.609
5.885 5,755
1.993 1,610
1,531 1,348
2.144 1.792


21.018 25 698 29.472 29.977 106,165

I i .' .' .' =* II



53 99 77 60 288 261
1 39 26 61 128 110

5 6 6 6 23 29



350 -410 -842 -925 -1,827 78

102 156 242 20 521 441
41 31 26 14 111 244



254 569 554 461 1.838 830
727 1 306 611 910 3,555 3,748
131 191 201 145 668 673


1,712 2.054 2.267 2.282 8.315 7.317
2.352 1 2 531 2.457 2,438 9,778 9,510
2.187 2 220 2.523 2.189 9.119 8,946
987 1 008 1.053 1 091 4.139 3.860
6 7 5 5 23 36


7.244 7.820 8,305 8 004 31.373 29,670

194 218 171 182 765 734


1 495 1.562 1.536


1.424


6,018


5.805 5.914 5.841 5.878

912 915 924 935

1.151 1 190 1,270 1 152


473 504 542
1 799 1.898 1.855


519
2.010


5.677


23.438 20.991


3.173


3.686

4.763


2.038
7.561


Com-
parable
Period
Prior
F.Y.





TABLE V--COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS 29
BY MONTHS OF CURRENT FISCAL YEAR--Continued

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


Classification


GUTLAYS--Contnued

Department of Housing
and Urban Development........
Department of the Interior ......
Department of Justice...........
Department of Labor:
Unemployment trust fund .....
Other. ......................
Department of State............
Department of Transportation:
Highway trust fund ..........
Other ......................
Department of The Treasury:
Interest on the public debt ....
Interest on refunds, etc. .....
General revenue sharing .....
Other.......................
Energy Research and Devel-
opment Administration ........
Environmental Protection
Agency ....................
General Services
Administration ...............
National Aeronautics and
Space Administration .........
Veterans Administration:
Compensation and pensions ...
National service life .........
Government service life......
Other.......................
Independent agencies:
Civil Service Commission ....
Postal Service..............
Small Business
Administration .............
Tennessee Valley Authority...
Other ind. agencies...........
Undistributed offsetting re-
ceipts:
Federal employer contribu-
tions to retirement fund .....
Interest credited to certain
accounts ..................
Rents and Royalties on Outer
Continental Shell Lands......
Allowance Undistributed........

Total outlays--this year....

Total Outlays-prior year ........

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

Surplus (+) or J.il t f i ,I','r t .....


See footnotes on page 3.


Oct. Nov.


Jan.


I
Feb. March
II


April


May


+ t t


'110
248
199

969
491
116

671
349

2.870
33
1 672
42

267

274

-101

368

687
-1
4
692

793
1 766
27
122
1.030


-292

-74

-71


?399
240
194

1 099
639
58

699
632

3.065
30
17
179

342

412

74

359

731
-2
3
991

711

352
103
409



-352

-187

-120


3590
277
215

1.357
574
80

558
569

6,421
21
10
-196

422

353

102

345

736
9
6
708
841


20
61
675



-308

-3,546

-353


'517
171
213

1,392
619
129

362
631

2,881
15
1.693
100

326

312

-181

275

802
9
4
825

745

1
58
343



-378

-20

-61


June


Aug.


Fiscal
Sept. Year
To
Date




.1.61711
936:
821

4.816
2.323
384

2.290
2.181

15 237 I
99
3.393
126

1.357

1,351

-106'
1.347

2.956
15
17
3,216

3,090
1,766
399 I
344
2.456


-1.330

-3.827

-605


Com-
parable
Period
Prior
F. Y.


3,816
753
755

6,045
'.402
494

2.480
1.907

13.396
101
3.134
-14

1.230
1.092

-92

1.223

2,763
10
16
3.675

2.767

-35
327
2.520



-1 266

-3 688

-618


34 000 33 083 31,891 32.640 _I 131.613

.'-i 1 .' .'vf 1/ v.7 J .A' '4 I.' -:,L.


42.981 -7 385 -2,419 -2,664 -25.449


il'"


S-".,u


. V IlLI


- -j.,


I






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


Current Munthl


Fiscal Year to Date


S Securities Held as Investments
S Current Fiscal Year


Heceipts Outla.vs


Trust reeiptlh, outl.ys. an.d invest -
inrnts held
Federal old-.ace .und .urvivurs
nsur. nce ...........................
Federal disability insurance .........
Feder.d hospiLtd insurance .........
Federal supplementariy medical
nsu rinc e..................... .
Federal employees retirement .......
Federal employees life and health
benefits .............. ...........
Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.....
Airpt rt .mnd .urwav .................
General Revenue Sharing............
Hignw.y ...........................
Milttarv assistance advances .........
R ilnroad reliremnenl ................
Unemployment .....................
Veterans Ide insurance .............
All other crust .....................

Trust funds receipts and outlays
un the basis of Table [11 and
investments held fram
Table [V-D .....................

Interfund receipts offset ag.amst
trust fund outlays .................

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

Federal fund receipts and outlays on
the basis of Table 11 .................
Interfund receipts offset against
Federal fund outlays ...............

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

Total interfund receipts and outlays ....

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


'4.722
767
1.003


"5 799
923
1.135


Excess of
receipts
01 out -
l.Ivs( -1


-;1 077
-156
-132


179 128 51
284 484 -200
.... -63 63

..... -138 139
97 47 49
....... 1.693 -1.693
583 370 214
...... -952 952
18 307 -289
347 641 -297
S.. .. 8 -8
4 -36 40
I-



8.004 10.346 -2 344


1.548 1.548 ...

=!--- 1 -
9.552 11,894 -2.344


21.974 22,295 -321

34 34


22.008 22.329 -321

-1,562 -1582 ........

29,977 32.640 -2,664


Receipts Outlays


"18.728
2.489
3.718

714
995


.21.472
3.358
4.193


103
710
-99
I al


Excess uf
receipts
or uut-
lays(-)




-E2,744
-869
-475


611
285
99
n


........ I 1 i I
394 106 288
...... 3,393 -3.393
2.182 2.048 135
...... -2.260 2.260
485, 880 -394
2.029 3.282 -1.253
........ -212 212
13 -53 66



31.747 36.762 -5.014 !
iF ,



9.689 9.689 ........


41 436 46,451 -5.014


74,417 94,851 -20,434

94 94 ... ..


74,511 94,945 -20.434

-9 783 -9.783 ......

106, 165 131,613 -25 449 _


la.l; l IL .aI li -n


4.914
8.309
117


136.037


4.741
8.534
110



134,658


Beguning ol

This year This munth




'37.055 .35,347
6 453 5,752
11.009 10.691

1,244 1.848
42.841 43,307
2.471 2.535

6,607 6,622
2.712 2.966
......... I ..........
8,952 8.885

3.353 3,320


See footnotes on page 3.

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


Close of
this month





134,222
5,509
10,428

1,854
43.083
2,582

6,720
3,005

9,055

3,022
3,814
8,519
120



131,995





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


Source


NET RECEIPTS

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

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

OUTLAYS

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

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


This Month


$18,108,339
1,694.439

6.510,690
347.250
462,387
1.447,008
503,732
381.453
521,487

29,976,785


7,081,782
348,733
304,395
1.042.255
582.491
681,451
397,466
1.541,475
2,960.828
11,652.079
1,629.951
339.822
92.848
2.062,295
2,382.321
-459,878

32,640,324


Total Budget

Fiscal Year
To Date


'54,401.262
11,053,703

25.420.732
2,028,658
1.708.211
5.884.660
1,992,501
1,530.567
2.144,420

106,164,714


I I


29.694,851
1,653,847
1,552,883
4.656,497
1,841,787
5.639,650
2,084.459
5.941.103
13,297.910
44.270.396
6.196.852
1,319,117
972.372
4,766,813
13.487,392
-5,762,655

131,613,272


Comparable Period
Prior Fiscal Year


$47.483,610
9.628,715

22,276,731
1,308,794
1,609.370
5.755,060
1,609.830
1.347.709
1,791.658

92,811.478


30.657.439
1.580,492
1.443.984
3.427.059
838,026
7.036,330
1,524,913
5.378,422
11.786.606
42.127,393
6.468.141
1.150.598
1,011.418
3.346.880
12.554.178
-5.571,815

124,780,064


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