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,7 Monthly Treasury Statement of ^.AUG 1977. '


Receipts and Outlays of the United States m

for period from October 1, 1976 through July 31, 1977 1~,,,i/1

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


Fiscal Year


Actual 1977 (ten months)...............

Comparative data:
Actual comparable prior period
(ten months) ......................
Actual comparable prior period (full
year)'............................
Estimated 1977' ......................
Estimated 1978- ......................


Budget Receipts and Outlays


Receipts'


Outlays -


Budget
Surplus I()
or
Deficit (-)


Means of Financing


By
Borrowing
from the
Public


By Reduction
of Cash
and Monetary
Assets
Increase (-1


By
Other
Means


I t I t 1


8290,544


249,511

308,609
358,338
401,372


t332,080


308,456

369,235
404,000
462,882


-941,536


-58,945

-60,626
-45,662
-61,510


935,713


65,445

77,515
148.4
69.5


37,115


5.544

-8.944
'5.7
........ .. .


-21,292


-12,043

-7.945
'-8.4
'-8.0


Total
Budget
Financing


'41,536


58.945

60,626
345.7
'61.5


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


Classffication


RECEIPTS

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

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

OUTLAYS

Legislative Branch .............................................................................
The Judiciary ...................................................................... ..........
Executive Office of the President.................................. ..................................
Funds Appropriated to the President:
International security assistance ................................................................
International development assistance ............................................................
Other .....................................................................................
Department of Agriculture.........................................................................
Department of Commerce ............................................................... ..........
Department of Defense Military .................................................................
Department of Defense Civil ....................................................................
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare................ ............................ .......... ..
Department of Housing and Urban Development ....................................................
Department of the Interior......................................... ..............................
Department of Justice...................................................... ....................
Departm ent of Labor........................................ .... ...................................
Department of State............................................... ..............................
Department of Transportation........... .. ........... .....................................
Department of the Treasury:
Interest on the public debt ...................................... ...................... ........ .
Antirecession financial assistance fund ...........................................................
General Revenue Sharing ....................................... ... ............................
O their .... ....................................................................................
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 on the Outer Continental Shelf lands ............................................

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


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

See footnotes on page 3.

Source: Bureau of Government Financial Operations, Departmnirl tif tie Treasury.


Actual
Tlus Fiscal
Year to Dale


!126,673.137
45,707,285
74,563,497
9,056,617
4,277,330
14,436,449
6,326,019
4,113,608
5,389,897
'290,543,839


805,466
329.047
64,292

-951,256
1.350,079
308,898
13,592,121
1,960,893
79.805.969
1,767.908
121,550.091
4.791,211
2,339,941
1,991,770
18.731,321
1,019,832
9,994,563

35,933.005
1,698,819
6.759.219
-913,933
3,871,070
3,501,744
-157.091
3,264,588
15.272,564
16.841.391


-3.371.056u
-7.851.324
-2.221,618 I

'332,079.526

-41.535.687


Budget
Estimates
Full Fiscal Year




-158.334.000
54,602.000
92,188,600
11,382,900
5,180,063
17,750.000
7,275.000
4,991,000
6,634,117
358,337,680


1,083,927
373.186
83.780

-398,352
1.682.308
676,877
16.755.708
2,970.763
96.018.000
2,265.494
147,563.656
6.510,386
3,378.388
2.441.668
22.024.618
1.139.916
12.538.893

42.000.000
1.732.500
6.766.015
-635.225
4.974.992
4.534.866
94.867
3.883.090
18.060.976
20.655.853
-685.801
-4.573.898
-8.257,451
-2.260,000

404.000.000

-45. 662.32


,







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


Classification of
Receipts



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

Total--Individual Income taxes....................


This Month


Gross
Receipts


?12.239,636
350
923,462

13,163,449


Corporation Income taxes............................ 1,968,399


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-Employment Contributions Act taxes..........
Deposits by States ..............................


4,999.000
. .......
-35,415

4,963,585


658,000

15,372


Total--FDI trust fund ......................... 673,372 ..........


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.


1,028,000
..............

24,374
1,061

1,053,435


34,068


6,724,460


Refunds
(Deduct)







' 725,941

429,965









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










..........


Net
Receipts







-- 12,437,508

1,538,434,




4,999,0001

-35,415'

4,963,5851


I 058,000
Soo. 15o o372 i
15,372_


4-


-122


OI3,372


1,028,000
...........
..... i .....
24,374
1,061

1,053,435


34,190


+--~ 4 +--


-122


6,724,582


Current


Gross
Receipts



'120,615,621
36,183
35.499.211

156,151.015

49,998,551




46,949,316
2,901,210
5,318,589

55,169,115


6,265,851
381,293
631,120

7,278,264


9,626,520
422,093
...,........
1,003,209
8,407

11,060,228


1,456,123

74,963,731


Fiscal Year

Refunds
(Deductr
- -


-'29.477.878

4,291,266


298,960
S..........o


298,960


39,260



39,260 ,


61,920

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

61,920 1


to Date

I Net
Receipts


.126,673,137

45.707,285




46,650,356
2,901.210
5.318,589

54,870,155


6,226,591
381,293
631,120

7,239,004
4-I

9,564,600
422,093

1,003,209
8,407

10.998,308


94 1,456,029

400,234 I 74,563,497


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year


(Grubs Refunds
Receipts (Deduct)



T105.505.772
33,475
30.340,526


135,879,773 '27,582,947


39,508,395




41,924,107
2,557,281
4,811,893

49.293,281


5,515,461
337.791
632,359

6,485,611


8,626,931
372,456
-4,640
990,456
6.648

9,991,851


1,282,760

67,053,504


4,586,418




304,792
.... .......
...........

304,792


40,052
...........


40,052


62.784




...62...784...
62,784


-r~--~_- --


Nrt
Retelpls







"108.296,827

34,921,977




41.619.315
2.557,281
4.811.893

48.988.489


5,475,409
337,791
632,359

6,445,559


8,564,147
372,456
-4,640
990,456
6.648

9.929,067


224 1,282,536

407,852 66,645,652


S_ .. I ..................._ I ---t--"-. -


648,301
157,000
2,797

808,098



172,781
16,452

189,233


240,985
1,824
128


242,936 ..........


8,026

...8,026...
8,026



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

..........


648,301
148,974
2,797

800,072



172,781
16,452

189,233


7,287,555
1,673,856
131,761

9,093,173



1,640,530
165,678

1,806,208


36,556

.....36,556....
36,556



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

..........


1>- 1 )


240,985
1,824
128


242,936


2,406,665
15,465
1,066


2,423,196


7,287,555 i 5,553,314 ...........
1,637,301 1,384,001 27,527
131,761 91,689 ...........

9.056,617 7,029,005 27,527
9.056,617 1 7,029,005 27,527
~- --I


1,640,530
165,678

1,806,208


2,406,665
15,465
1,066


2,423,196


____________ _________ __________ I~I-C____


1,502,560 ...........
143,738 .... ..

1,646,298 ...........


2,300,385
12,171
808


2,313,364


5,553,314
1,356,474
91,689

7,001,478



1,502,580
143,738

1,646,298


2,300,385
12,171
808


........... 2,313,364


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


..........
..........
..........
imnm jlll
ill ll jl


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


...........
...........
............
00lJI "ll "
O. O "l l"







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

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


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

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


$4,447 ...........


436,616

7,969,175

897,023
108,250
574,100
1,579,373

510,532


Customs duties.................. .................... 458.937


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

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

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


449,629
"-1,084
49,445
497,990
26.147.854


34.447


$47,926 ...........


847,926


$50,091 ............


i 4--


$7,905

12,866


12,866

5,535

13,361



457
6

462

1,196,035


436,616

7,961,270

884,158
108,250
574,100

1,566,508
504.997

445,575

449,629
-1,541
49,439

497,528

24,951,819


4,277,330

88,334,234

8,289,282
971,896
5,436,036
14,697.213

6.409,437

4,226,075

4,882,023
2,598
522,971

5,407,591

325,224,115


$436,790

125,088
1,539
134,136

260,764

83,418

112,467



17,261
432

17,693

34,680,276


4,277,330

87,897,444

8,164,193
970,357
5,301,900

14,436,449

6,326.019

4,113,608

4,882,023
-14,664
522,539

5,389,897

290,543,839


4,009,754

78.092,262

8,841,655
777,412
4,781,654

14,400,721

4.386,154

3,647,624

4,572,610
1,521,523
567,577

6.661,711

282,576.640


8435,379

115.092
1,437
151,556

268,085
79.604

111,585




... 1,755
1.755

33.065.773


________ _____ _____ ______ ______ ______


:50.091


4,009.754

77.656,883

8.726,563
775.975
4.630.097

14,132.636

4,306,550

3,536,039

4.572.610
1.521.523
565.822

6.659.956

249.510.867


GENERAL NOTES
A. Throughout this statement, details may not add to totals because of rounding.
B. The enactment of the Congressional Budget and Impoundment Control Act of 1974 (Public Law
93-344) established a new fiscal period (October I through September 30) effective with fiscal
year 1977. The data presented in this statement in the columns "current fiscal year to date" and
comparable period prior fiscal year" is cumulative for the months of October 1976 through Sep-
tember 1977 and October 1975 through September 1976 respectively.

FOOTNOTES


'Comparable prior period includes October 1, 1975 '.rourr, lepten-ber 30,
1976 as applicable.
; These budget estimates are based upon figures released in testimony by
the Officeof Management and Budget before the U. S. House of Representatives,
A and Means Committee on August 1, 1977, and other Treasury sources.
Amounts rounded in billions.
4Hevised to reflect Earned Income Credit payments in excess of an
individual's tax liability, formerly treated as outlays, and now classified as
income tax refunds.
SThis amount represents an adjustment to the estimates based on actual
cumulative outlays through June 1977; and is not distributed by agency, per
estimates provided by the Office of Management and Itld,.,i.
'Effective with the June, 1977 report, Earned Income Credit payments
in excess of an individual's tax liability, formerlytreated as outlays, are now
classified as income tax refunds. Included inthe refunds figure are $15,115,146
of payments for July 1977 and $888,037,Z17 of cumulative payments in excess
of '.. i it. for fiscal year 1977.
:I ..... : $16,127.2 0 distributed to the Federal Disability Insurance
Trust Fund and $25,401,745 distributed to the Federal Hospital Insurance
Trust Fund.
Includes an adjustment to amounts previously reported.


90n March 8, 1977, under authority of Section 6 of Reorguri/.itic,r Flan
No. I of l53., the Department of Health, Education and '. elf.,r efficLt'l a
major internal reorganization in the areas of health care finance, social
services delivery, student financial assistance, income security programs and
staff at the secretariat level. The major program levels shown in this state-
ment agree with the presentation in the President's Fiscal Year 1978 IHnlrtl
document and do not include the 1.rCr rAinr' changes initiated on March 8, I'1"7.
i"Effective September 30, I' 7i.. te EI.i.r-Import Bank of the United
States was reclassified from Off- I~.ci*'' to a Budgetary Account.
iRepresents loans made to the International Monetary Fund under the
General Arrangements to Borrow. The account balance represents net loans
,l..ttandinr is adjusted monthly for fluctuations in the SDR.
Inc tlilr, certain Export-Import Bank 'or r. ii transactions presently
classified as agency debt. Prior to Septen.hcr lv, 1976, these transactions
were reported as off-budget negative outlays.
SIlncludes Export-Import Bank transactions reclassified from ,fi-bd,'-t
to a budgetary account.
i4 Transactions cover the period of October 1, 1976 through July 15, 1977
and are r.. ri .ll. estimated.
*Less than $500.00
**Less than $500,000.00








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


Classification of
OUTLAYS Outl
Outlays


Legislative Branch.
Senate.............................................. ...12.032
House of Representatives............................. 22,145
Joint items .......................... ............... 11.566
Congressional Budget Office ......................... 685
Architect of the Capitol .............................. 8,395
Library of Congress ................................. 11,467
Government Printing Office:
Revolving fund (net) ................................ -8,423
General fund appropriations ........................ 10.659
General Accounting Office ............................ 13,669
Uruted States Tax Court .............................. 1,011
Other Legislative Branch agencies .................... 341
Proprietary receipts from the public .................. ............
Intrabudgetary transactions.......................... -48

Total--Legislative Branch........................ 83.500

The Judiciary:
Supreme Court of the United States.................... 702
Courts of Appeals. District Courts, and other
judicial services ................................... 22.501
Space and facilities .................................. 14.536
Other .............................................. 2.483
Proprietary receipts from the public .................. .............

Total--The Judiciary ........................... ..40,222

Executive Office of the President:
Compensation of the President................... ...... 21
The White House Office .............................. 1,361
Office of Management and Budget...................... 2.426
Other ....................................... .... 2,537

Total--Executive Office of the President ........... 6,345

Funds Appropriated to the President:
Appalachian regional development programs.............. 22,459
Disaster relief ...................................... 15.218
Foreign assistance:-
International security assistance:
Liquidation of foreign military sales fund .......... -286
Military assistance ............................... 19.607
International military education and training........ 1,347
Foreign military credit sales..................... 10.640
Security supporting assistance.................... 116.810
Emergency security assistance for Israel.......................
Advances, foreign military sales................... 107.139
Other ........ .............................. .... 37
Proprietary receipts from the public:
Advances, foreign military sales ............... ..............
Other ................,.................. ...............

Total--International security assistance ....... 255.294

See footnotes on page 3.


Tlus Month


Applicable Net
Receipts Outlays


...........










1,044


1.050






669

669




...*o....o.
...........









































486,676
......89,238..
575,914....
...........











..... ...1 .


$12,032
22,139
11.566
685
8,395
11.467

-8,423
10.659
13,669
1.011
341
-1,044
-48

82.449


702

22.501
14.536
2,4831
-669

39,553


21
1,361
2,426
2,537

6,345


22,459
15.218


-286
19,607
1,347
10,640
116,810

107.139
37

-486,676
-89,238

-320,619


Current Fiscal Year to Date


Outlays Applicable
Receipts


!113.688
222,583
55,231
7.390
71,721
110,907

-22.143
115.799
128.351
7.567
7,857

-360

818,591


10
54









13,061


13.125


6.874 .....


230,407
67,077
27.806


332.164


208
15.038
22.724
26,322


5,


............
I........
3,116

3.116


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

i::..: ....


64,292


193.785 6
218,914 .... ........ .
\ i

1.165 i............
190,063 ............ .
19.820 ............
447.243 ........ ...
808,103 I.
10.548 ............
10.548
457.713 .....
-10.691 ............


6,923,965


7.589,475
285,745

7.875.220


Net
Out lays



-113,678
222.529
55.231
7.390
71,721
110,907

-22.143
115 799
128.351
7,567
7.857
-13,061
-360

805.466


6.874


230.407
67.077
27.806
-3,116

329,047


208.
15.038
22.724
26.322

64,292
-I

193,779
218.914 ,
t


C'Olmparable Period Prior isec

Outlas Applcable
Receipts


105,035
166,488
27.70..
3,231
47.969
99.113

-29 875
112.672
112.959
6.047
6.507

-252

657,600


..............
540

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

14 188

14..............228
14.228


6.125


221,330
68,198
24.364
..............


2,788

2.788


..............
.. ... .....
Ii iiii"iiiiii!


320.018


208
13.430
19.619
32.009

65,266


250.760 2
243.832 ............
r


1,165 1 -22.477
190.063 289.237
19.820 2.477
447,243 737,481
808.103 695.114
10.548 482,550
5,457.713 6.428.106
-10.691 53.568

-7,589.475 ..............
-285,745 .............

-951,256 8.666.056


45.049
.. .. .. ..
..............






254.902

S 7.594.522
~-~~__-+


a I Year

Net
Outl ays



$105,035
166.447
27.706
3.231
47,969
99,113

-29 875
112 r,72
112,959
6.047
6 507
-14.188
-252

643.372


6.125

221.330
68.198
24.364
-2.788

317 229


208
13.430
19 619
32.009

65.266


250,758
243.832


-67.526
289,237
2.477
737.481
695.114
482.550
6.428.106
53,568
-7.294.570
-254.902

1.071.535


S4


=z = -==






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

This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year
Classification of 1
OUTLAYS--Coninued Outlays Applicable Net Outlays Applicable Net Outlays Applicable Net
S Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays Receipts 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 loans-revolving fund ............
Overseas Private Investment Corporation .....
Inter-American Foundation ..................
Other ....................................
Intragovernmrental funds......................
Functional development assistance program .....
Payment to Foreign Service retirement and
disability fund.............................
American schools and hospitals abroad .........
International disaster assistance ...............
Operating expenses of the Agency for
International Development ....................
Other .....................................
Proprietary receipts from the public ...........

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

Total--International development assistance.....

International narcotics control assistance ..........
President's foreign assistance contingency fund......
Middle East special requirements fund.............

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

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

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

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

T.tal--Scnwncc and education programs ...........

Agricultural economics:
Erun'.mlic Management Support Center ..............
Sttistlial Reporting Service ......................
Economic Research Service .......................
Marketing services .................................
Inte'rnalljnal programs.
Foreign Agricultural Service......................
For.ign assisL nc(r priorr.ims ...........,..........
See footnotes on page 3.


83,709 ...........


,3.709


:19,437


$19,437


70,467 ........... 70,467 710,667 ........... 710.667 1,045,845 ............. 1,045,845
11,819 ........... 11,819 185,478 ........... 185,478 135,690 ............. 135,690


7,867 '508 7,359 138,254 12.675 135,579 611,684 3336,335 275.348
-6,631 4.834 -11,465 50,984 53,741 -2,757 10.632 51,049 -40.417
350 I-, 350 4,494 6 4,488 5,559 37 5,522
691 981 -290 4,623 4,005 619 4,269 3,986 282
30 ........... 30 -33 ........... -33 3,017 ............. 3.017
37.381 ........... 37,381 424,855 ........... 424,855 366,410 ............. 366,410

4,570 ........... 4,570 21,250 ........... 21,250 16,655 ............. 16,655
617 ........... 617 9,779 .......... 9,779 17,056 ............. 17,056
8,249 ........... 8,249 58,796 ........... 58,796 37.593 ............. 37,593

15,180 ........... 15,180 163,401 ........... 163,401 181,329 ............. 181,329
2,209 ........... 2,209 38,354 ........... 38,354 31,815 ............. 31,815
............... 30,150 -30,150 .............. 400,396 -400,396 .............. 388,440 -388.440

70,514 36,473 34,041 914,757 460,822 453,935 1,286,019 779.848 506,171

152,800 36,473 116,327 1,810,902 460,822 1,350,079 2,467.554 779,848 1.687.706

3,496 ........... 3,496 26,069 ......... 26,069 36,218 ............. 36,218
253 ........... 253 -91 ........... -91 3,877 ............. 3.877
9,121 ........... 9,121 35,973 ........... 35,973 31,729 ............. 31,729

421,183 612,386 -191,203 8,800,525 8,336,043 464,483 11,224,872 8.374.370 2.850.502


5,994
355


465,210


6,898
459

24,562
14,072
6,568
16,037
505

61,744


209
1,828
817
591


3.966 ...........
72.879


37,707
...........


-31,713
355


93,401 302,699
39,843 ...........


1 -1 4: -4 _______-


650,094


-184,884


9,346,469 8,638,748


-209,298
39,843

707,721


..480 .......


11


I= -


6,898
459

24.562
14,072
6,568
16,037
505

61,744


209
1.828
817
591

3,966
72,879


30,049
7,832

249,118
307,993
93,954
195,283
5,311

851,660


2,443
27.589
27,104
6,980


31,208 ...........
560.545 ..........


30,049
6,938

249,118
307,993
93.954
195.283
5.311

851,660


2,443
27,589
27,104
6,980

31,208
560,545


1,719,944 8,374,373
I~1~4 ,7,1


41,624


208.352
320,276
88.812
171,777
4.531

793,748



27,921
21.559
6,648

29.135
997,005


."."""". .480


3.345.572



41.624


208.352
320.276
88.812
171.777
4,531

793,748



27.921
21,559
6.648

29.135
997.005


c-


4-


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

...........


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


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


...........

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


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

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

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

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







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


Current Fiaal Year to Date


Comparable Period Prior Fisal Year


Clas. allCtl llul u
OUTLAYS--Continued



Department of Arriculture- -Continued
Agricultural Stabilinatiun and Conservation Service:
Salaries and expenses .............................
Agricultural conservation program .................
Other.......................................... .

Tutal--Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation
Service.......................................


Corporations:
Federal Crop Insurance Corporalion
Federal Crop Insurance Corporation fund .........
Administrative and operating expenses............
Commodity Credit Corporation:
Price support and related programs ..............
Inlragovernmental funds ........................
National Wool Act program .....................

Total--Comnimudty Credit Curporation .............

Total--Corpuratiuns ............................ :

Rural development:
Rural Development Service ........................
Rural Electrification Administration (salaries and
expenses) ........ .......................... .
Farmers Home Administration:
Public enterprise funds:
Rural housing insurance fund..................
Agricultural credit insurance fund..............
Rural development insurance fund ..............
Other.......... .......................
Rural water and waste disposal grants .............
Salaries and expenses..........................
Other............ .... .......................

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

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

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

Total--Agricultural Marketing Service..........
----
Food and Nutrition Service:
Food stamp program............................
Special milk program ...........................
Child nutrition programs ........................
Special supplemental food program (WIC).........
Food donations program.........................
Elderly feeding program ........................

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

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

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

See footnotes on page 3.


Appli .lljlr Nel
Outla.ys RIhce rpt Outlal.




17.882 ........... :17.882
,l I -- 1 :17.882
17 242 ............ 17.242
2,0821 .......... 2.082


37.206 1 ...........



5 596 3,138|
820 ...........

636.621 262.276

313 ........... '

636.934 262.276

643.350 265,414


90 .....

1.563 ...........
1


369,565
195.734
70.213


539.922
347.571'
116.334'


162 ...........
9.308 ...........
14 709 ...........
2.873 ...........

662.5631 1.003,827
--1
664.217; 1.003.8271


18,711 ...........
15.983 ...........
6.771 ...........


78 ...... .. .

-132 1 ....... .
1 865 1953
-3.211 .....

-1.400 1,9531


439.078 .....
8,934 ..........
152.587 ...........
21,190 ...........
44 ...........
23 ...........

621.856 ...........

27,388 ..........

647,844 1.953


37.206


2,458
820

374.346

313

374.658
377 936


90

1.563


-170.357
-151.837
-46.121
162
9.308
14.709
2,873

-341.263

-339.610


18.711
15.983
6.771


78

-132
-88
-3.211

-3.353


439.078
8,934 I
152,587
21.190
44
23

621.856

27,388

645.891


SOuLi- Apphin ail
Outla ~lhi III 3




128 Af15 ...........
90 582 ......... .
48,389 ...........


267.585 ..........



119.572 "59.212
12.220 ...........

5.282,139 2 333.848
52.394 ........ ..
8.078 ...........

5.342 610 2.333 848
5.474 402 2.393 060


1.101 .. ........

18 184 ..........


3.933.436 3.984.528
2,767.709 2.425.725
823 161 738,870
-2 602 185
87,574 ...........
142.915 .........
24.012 ...........

7.776.205 7.149.309

7.795.490 7.149.309


182.440 ..........
143.469 ...........
66.378 ...........


36.502 .....

33.473 ...........
17.754 19.381
31.169 ...........


118,898


4.479.138
147.042
2.330.372
203,337
24.952
21.314

7,206,154

57.019

7,382.071


19.381





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

...........


19.381
19.381


Nlt
(utlJV I


"128.615
90 582
48 389


20.7,585


60, 359
12.230

2 948.291
52.394
8 078

3.008 762

3.081.342


1.101

18.184


-51 092
341.984
84.290
-2.787
87 574
142.915
24.012

626 896

646.181


182,440
143.469
66 378


36.502

33.473
-1.627
31 169

99.517


4.479,138
147.042
2.330.372
203,337
24.952
21.314

7.206,154


AIIlI,_. .I>Ii
outu],t tl, l tl s




130 9.71 ..........
102 9:33
(4 827


298 327 .. .. .. .


58 461
8 551
2.472.174
-344 375
44.932

2.172.732
2.239.743


51.r(r2


1.589.457
40


1.589 497

1 640 559


N,.
utll .s


298 327



7 399
8 551
882 717
-344.415
44.932

583 234

599.184


891 ........

17 655 ............


3.299.679
1.901.886
684.828
-3.725
63.718
125 415
14.832

6.086 633


17 655


3.145 859
1.962 466
635 290
239




5.743.854


6.105.179 5.743 854


173.527 ......... .
124 922 ...... .....
61.244 ............


37 611 ............

229.494 ............
16.185 16.459
35.1 0 ............


318 390


4,712,062
96.893
1.791.553
153.556
7.964
. .. ,. ..


c 171 n0M


16 459


U I ............


153 821
-60.58.I
49.538
-3.963
63 718
125.415
14.832

342.779

361 325


173.527
124 922
61.244


37 611

229 494
-274
35.100

301,931


4,712.062
96.893
1 791.553
153.556
7 964


6 762 028


I :J- -- --
57,019 i................ ............ ................

7.362.691 7.060.4181 16.4591 7.063.959


This MN lilli


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






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


This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year
Classification of ______...
OUTLAS- -Continued Applicable Net OApplicable Net OutlApplicable Net
Outlays Receipts Outlays tlays Receipts Outlays s Receipts Outlays
t eeit fuly


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

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

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

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

Department of Commerce:
General administration .............................
Bureau of the Census..............................
Bureau of Economic Analysis .......................
Economic development assistance:
Economic Development Administration:
Economic development revolving fund.............
Economic development assistance programs.......
Local public works program ....................
Job opportunities program.....................
Other. .............. ........................
Regional Action Planning Commissions ..............

Total- -Economic development assistance .........

Promotion of industry and commerce:
Domestic and International Business Administration..
Minority Business Enterprise.....................
United States Travel Service ......................

Total--Promotion of industry and commerce.......

Science and technology:
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration....
National Fire Prevention and Control Administration.
Patent and Trademark Office .....................
Science and technical research....................

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

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

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

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

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


-$9,451
72,833
18,571
2,783
7,161
16,513


--9,451
72,833
18,571
2,783
7,161
16,513


-36.898
620,343
149,481
87,404
-3,994
54,963


-16,898
620.343
149,481
87,404
-3,994
54,963


-36.574
433.886
98,293
61,994
105,614
42,436


-56.574
433,886
98,293
61,994
105,614
42,436


108,409 ............ 108,409 901,299 ............ 901,299 735,651 ............. 735.651

............. 55,643 -55,643 ............... $600,608 -600,608 ............... 579.084 -579.084
-381 .............. -381 -3,173 ............. -3,173 .............. ............. ...............

2,291,500 1,326,836 964,664 23,755,372 10,163,252 13,592,121 18,736,648 7,979,956 10,756.693


2,464
10,209
1,405


8
19,928
108,535
1,936
3,062
11,839

145,308


5,582
4,655
1,266

11,502


47,369
1,506
8.546
4,091

61.511


239
16.239
25.738
5,239

47,455


-7,807

272.047


4,757
............
............
............
.. .. .. .
.... ... ...


2,464
10,209
1,405


-4,750
19,928
108,535
1,936
3,062
11,839


17,280
70,492
9,946


29,186
237,160
317,719
91,523
24,243
89,296


4,757 140,551 789,127


154




154


2,877




2,877

6,010


13,798


5,582
4,655
1,266

11,502


47,215
1,506
8,546
4,091

61,358


-2,639
16,239
25,738
5,239

44,577

-6,010
-7,807

258,249


58,775
45,245
11,628

115,648


457,145
13,352
74,138
63,456

608,091


6,157
181,100
263,319
51,686

502,262


-36,004

2,076,843


41,645
............
............
............
............
............

41,645


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


1,082




1,082


34,914




34,914

38,309


115.950


17,280
70,492
9,946


-12,460
237,160
317,719
91,523
24,243
89,296

747,482


58,775
45,245
11,628

115,648


13,860
59,495
9,030


85
232,442

272,297
24,418
106,590

635,832


36,663





36,663


58,137
46,445
10,157

114,739


__________________________ I I


456,063
13,352
74,138
63,456

607,009


-28,757
181,100
263,319
51,686

467,348

-38,309
-36,004

1,960,893


440,388
6,870
70,597
65,509

583,364


3,464
165,682
245,944
53,492

468,583


-56,005

1,828,899


1,556




1,556


23,909




23,909

45,747


107,876


13,860
59.495
9,030


-36,578
232.442

272,297
24,418
106,590

599,169


58,137
46.445
10.157

114,739


438,832
6,870
70,597
65.509

581,808


-20 445
165,682
245.944
53.492

444,673

-45,747
-56.005

1,721,023


~~~ __


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


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


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


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


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


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


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






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


Cl.tAss.fcat. in of
OUTLAYS--Cuntinued



Department of Defense--Military
Military personnel:
Department of the Army..........................
Department of the Navy.........................
Department of the Air Force ......................

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Family housing:
Homeowners assistance fund.....................
Family housing management account...............

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

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

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

See footnotes on page 3.


C i,ip.ii.ll, l PI i i i Pri .r 1- iF i .d Y. aJr


Outllys


?874,745
674,152
647,911

2,196,808

704,567

696,971
798,988
724,618
267,232

2,487,809


281,609
690,663
586,005
13,803


1,572,079 ...... ...


158,776
283,581
281,414
60,785


784,556


147,887
59,236
40,411
1,240

248,775


204
112,464

112,668

24,564
148


(1*
624


22,341
-12,721
17,574
12,173

39,990


Applicable
ReCetlptb




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

..........

..........





..... .....

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

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

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


..........
i568







568
568B


Net
Outlays




'874,745
674,152
647,911

2,196,808

704.567

696,971
798,988
724,618
267,232

2,487,809


281,609
690,663
586,005
13,803

1,572,079


158,776
283,581
281,414
60,785


784,556


147.887
59,236
40,411
1,240

248,775


204
112,464

112,668

24,564
148


(*1
56


22,341
-12,721
17,574
12,173

39,423


Outllays




:8.178.122
6,740,671
6,343,057

21,261,850


6,773.192 .......


7,161,674
8,206,755
7,560,894
2,331,021

25,260,344


2,420,472
6,985,008
5,760,626
119,817 I

15.285,922


1,698,664
2,858,415
2,987,409
519,631


8,064,120 )


1,278,382
557,780
369,159
17,752

2,223,073


2,541
1,112,604

1,115,146

77,266
2,461



1,282


110,953
65,597
154,218
-196,118

135,932


Applicable
Heceipts




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


Net
Outlays




8,178,122
6.740,671
6,343,057

21.261,850

6,773,192

7,161,674
8,206,755
7,560,894
2,331,021

25.260,344


2,420,472
6,985,008
5,760,626
119,817

15,285,922


1.698,664
2,858,415
2.987,409
519,631


8.064.120


.. .

...... .

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



..........

......... .

..........


S1.420


1,420



.........779
..........



1,779




. .. ... .. ..


1,779


1,278,382
557,780
369.159
17,752

2,223,073


1,121
1,112,604

1.113,725

77,266
2,461



-497


110,953
65,597
154,218
-196,118

134,152


Outla A llpllcbl
.


:7,892.265 ...........
6,590,939 ...........
6,334,470 ...........

20.817,673 ...........

6.205,691 ...........

6,624,150 ...........
7,425,492 .........
7,194,387 .........
2,228,938 ...........

23,472,967 .........


936,171 ...........
6,677,235 ...........
5,584,852 ...........
83,098 ...........

13,281,356 ......


1,539,730
2,678,280
2,782,322
463,817


7,464,150


822,073
571,803
360.494
11.121


1,765,492


5.054
982,182

987,236


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

...... .....




-2,380


2,380


76,791 ...........
4,466 ...........
I --


1
887


10,043
57,407
-53,785
-46,174

-31,621


...........
1,259




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



1,259


1


This .Monith


Curr Int Fi".LJl Yl4'l ., DU tL'


UuLl.ai




7.892,265
6.590,939
6.334.470

20,817.673

6,205,691

6,624.150
7.425,492
7,194,387
2,228.938

23,472.967


936,171
6,677,235
5.584.852
83,098

13,281,356


1,539.730
2.678,280
2,782,322
463,817


7.464,150


822,073
571.803
360.494
11.121

1,765.492


2,673
982,182

984.855

76,791
4,466


1
-372


10,043
57,407
-53,785
-46,174

-32,880


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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 Otls Applicable Net Applicable Net
o s Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays ys Receipts Outlays
IReceipts *1.utiy


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:
Intragovernmental funds.........................
Other ............ ..............................
Proprietary receipts from the public..............
Soldiers' and Airmen's Home:
Soldiers' and Airmen's Home revolving fund.......
Other..........................................
The Panama Canal:
Panama Canal Company .........................
Other..........................................
Other........................... .. ................
Proprietary receipts from the public ................
Intrabudgetary transactions.........................

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

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

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

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

Total--Public Health Service ...................
See footnotes on page 3.


$10,620
482

242


"14,684

-149,286


-44,064
482
149,286
242


$85,078
7,223

11,774


3145,535

348,677


-$60,457
7,223
-348,677
11,774


$70,921
7,820

-1,304


u92,167

205,543
............


-521,246
7,820
-205,543
-1,304


8,183,308 -134,034 8,317,342 80,303,380 497,411 79,805,969 74,121,636 301,349 73,820,287

486 ......... 486 3,901 ......... 3,901 4,677 ............ 4,677

3,127 ......... 3,127 -45,142 ......... -45,142 -44,403 ............ -44,403
220,269 ......... 220,269 1,840,614 ..... 1,840,614 1,791,812 ............ 1,791,812
............. 4,909 -4,909 ............. 37,954 -37,954 ............. 40,693 -40,693

40 19 21 236 220 16 205 224 -19
1,112 ......... 1,112 13,044 ......... 13,044 12,351 ........... 12,351

25,002 24,659 343 228,329 231,464 -3,136 211,388 211,070 319
5,148 ......... 5,148 52,784 ......... 52,784 49,890 ............ 49,890
69 ......... 69 476 ......... 476 598 ............ 598
............. 1,992 -1,992 ............. 43,553 -43,553 ............. 33,411 -33,411
-1,796 ......... -1,796 -13,143 ......... -13,143 -16,761 ............ -16,761

253,458 31,579 221,879 2,081,100 313,191 1,767,908 2,009,757 285,398 1,724,359


22,513 461 22,052 214,238 5,865 208,373 185,942 4,259 181,683

61 ......... 61 -8,784 ......... -8,784 10,815 ............ 10,815
89,107 ......... 89,107 936,155 ......... 936,155 944,379 ............ 944,379
34,203 ......... 34,203 319,898 ......... 319,898 283,478 ............ 283.478
............. ......... .......... 6 ......... 6 40 ............ 40
13,366 ......13,363 ,366 187,870 ......... 187,870 146,257 ............ 146,257


-15,848
37,684
26,473
15,365
11,172
11,358
10,865
9,032
44,576
10,923

161,600


1
41,860
5,152

6,774
95,983
-9,685

460,936


3,613


4,074


-15,848
37,684
26,473
15,365
11,172
11,358
10,865
9,032
44,576
10,923

161,600


1
41,860
5,152

3,160
95,983
-9,685

456,861


-19,016
645,782
295,995
163,433
124.392
113,282
134,948
108,788
248,421
56,777

1,872,802


-55
665,134
54,620

55,771
1,087,007
39,231

5,423,893


32,216


38,081


-19,016
545,782
295,995
163,433
124,392
113,282
134,948
108,788
248,421
56,777

1,872,802


-24,113
635.372
333,833
170,036
136,786
121,793
176,719
127,791
257,612
51.603

1,987,432


- -~


-55
665,134
54,620

23,555
1,087,007
39,231

5,385,812


-26
728,591
49,417

84,147
980,697
30,590

5,431,760


63,476


67,736


-24,113
635,372
333,833
170,036
136,786
121,793
176,719
127,791
257,612
51,603

1,987,432


-26
728,591
49.417

20,671
980,697
30.590

5,364,024


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


Classification of
OUTLAYS--Continued



Department of Health, Education, and Welfare--Cuntinued
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 ..............................
Salaries and expenses...........................
O ther..........................................

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, Laos, and Cuba in the United States.......
Other........................................

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

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

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

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

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


This Month


Outlavs Applicable
S Receipts


F9,875

569
200,183
705
83.904
17,234
23,045
51,210
135,142
12,984
11,335
9,749

555,934

6,059
2,865

564,858



178,079
845,479
570.151
22,623

20,880
8,050

1,643,262


428
467,764
80,811
449.841


-384

1,672
..........
..........
..........
..........
..........
..........
..........
..........
..........
..........
2,056

..........
..........
2,056




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

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

..........


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


--- -4 -


6,236,274 .........
81,031 .........
S .... :..........
3,365 ...........

6,320,670 ..........
-1~----t-

983,953 ..........
27,286 ..........

35 .........

1,011,274 ..........


Net
Outlays






;9,491

-1,102
200,183
705
83,904
17,234
23,045
51,210
135,142
12,984
11,335
9,749

553,878

6,059
2,865

562,802



178,079
845,479
570,151
22,623

20,880
6,050

1,643,262


428
467,764
80,811
449,841


6,236,274
81,031

3,365

6,320,670


983,953
27,286
..........
35

1,011,274


Current Fiscal Year to Date


Outlays IApplicable
utlas Receipts


:128,029

8,443
1,906,986
34,287
720,930
211,831
219,167
592,012
2,194,984
144,485
99,580
39,678

6.300,411

54,431
22,419

6,377.261



2,100,279
8.048,553
5,284,875
295,726

144,787
55,030

15,929.250


-1,514
5.983,549
799,146
4,379,984


58.683,349
860,396
1,207,841
5,294

60,756,880


9,158,744
319,412
-318
55,252

9,533,091


. ___ -


.13.817

22,824
..........
..........
......... .
....... ...
..........
..........
......... .
.. ........
..........
..........


Net
Outlays






7114,213

-14,381
1,906,986
34,287
720,930
211,831
219,167
592,012
2,194,984
144,485
99,580
39,678


36,640 6,263,771

.......... 54,431
.......... 22,419

36,640 I 6,340,620


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


2,100,279
8,048,553
5,284,875
295,726

144,787
55,030

15,929,250


-1,514
5,983,549
799,146
4.379.984

58.683,349
860,396
1,207,841
5,294


Comparable Period Prior Fisi

Outlays Applicable
Receipts


3136,674

10,386
1.552,048
33,583
564,774
179,930
173,014
637,267
2,156.198
103,226
96,915
1,748

5,645,761

57,692
20,647

5.724.101



1,782,792
7,476,617
5,052,452
268,037

127,583
46,212

14,753,693
, "


12.177

23,935
...........
...........
...........
...........o
...........,
...........





36,112


36,112..
...........

36,112



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


950
3.881,758
832,992
4,353.940

52,548,097
758,455
1,212,303
22,287

54,541,142
I


cal Year

Net
Outlays






.124.497

-13.549
1,552.048
33,583
564.774
179.930
173.014
637.267
2.156,198
103.226
96.915
1,748

5,609,650

57,692
20,647

5,687,989



1.782,792
7,476,617
5,052,452
268,037

127.583
46,212

14.753.693


950
3,881,758
832.992
4.353.940

52,548,097
758,455
1,212.303
22,287


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TABLE IllI-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
SReceipts Outlays O Receipts Outlays Outlays Receipts Outlays


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

Total--FSM trust fund ......................
Total--Social Security Administration ............

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

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

Total--Department of Health, Education, and
W welfare ................. .....................


:1.198,112
23,146


$1,198,112
23,146


$12,262,671
260,840


$12,262,671
260,840


$10,529,326
258,020


o10,529,326
258,020


1,221,257 ......... 1,221,257 12,523,510 .......... 12,523,510 10,787,347 ........... 10,787,347

456,883 ......... 456,883 4,776,996 .......... 4,776,996 4,010,959 ........... 4,010,959
42,156 ......... 42,156 393,218 .......... 393,218 454,332 ........... 454,332
499,039 ......... 499,039 5,170,214 .......... 5,170,214 4,465,291 ........... 4,465,291
10,051,084 ......... 10,051,084 99,144,860 .......... 99,144,860 87,051,654 ........... 87,051,654

225 ......... 225 2,484 .......... 2,484 2,004 ........... 2,004
1,270 ......... 1,270 10,461 .......... 10,461 8,977 ........... 8,977
2,984 ......... 2,984 29,177 .......... 29,177 27,023 ........... 27,023
9,045 ......... 9,045 84,910 .......... 84,910 75,598 .......... 75,598
13,524 ......... 13,524 127,032 .......... 127,032 113,603 ........... 113,603
121,352 ......... 121,352 1,576,121 .......... 1,576,121 1,417,265 ........... 1,417,265

-3,400 ......... -3,400 145,878 .......... 145,878 -28,081 ........... -28,081
7,045 ......... 7,045 87,985 .......... 87,985 81,839 .......... 81,839
2,336 ......... 2,336 19,016 .......... 19,016 21,328 ........... 21,328
1,947 ......... 1,947 18,556 ..... 18,556 13,103 ........... 13,103
............. 1,651 -1,651 ............. -26,665 -26,665 ............. S49,432 -49,432

............. ......... .......... -803,000 .......... -803,000 -610,430 ........... -610,430
-467,764 ......... -467,764 -4,322,634 .......... -4,322,634 -2,705,501 ........... -2,705,501


............. ......... .......... -613,902 .......... -613,902 -425,317 ........... -425,317
............. ......... .......... -103,000 .......... -103,000 -90,000 ........... -90,000
............. ......... .......... -141,000 .......... -141,000 -48,000 ........... -48,000
............. ......... .......... -1,207,523 .......... -1,207,523 -1,238,669 ........... -1,238,669

............. ......... .......... 3,224 .......... 3,224 2,080 ........... 2,080
............. ......... .......... 2,267 .......... 2,267 -725 ........... -725
............. ......... .......... -1,041 .......... -1,041 -1,380 .......... -1,380

............. ......... .......... -4,451 .......... -4,451 25 ........... 25
............. ......... ......... -7,318 .......... -7,318 -4,640 ........... -4,640

12,395,181 7,781 12,387,400 121,651,477 101,386 121,550,091 109,457,706 153,280 109,304,427







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


Classification of
OUTLAYS-- Continued


4--


Department ol Housing and Urban Developrmeiit:
Housing prugranms:
Public enterprise funds:
Federal Huusing Administrattun fund .............
C allege housing--luans and other expenses .........
Low-rent public huusing--luans and other expenses. .
Revolving fund (liquidating programs) ..............
O ther..........................................
Intragovernmental funds ............................
Housing payments:
College housing grants ...........................
Low-rent public housing........................
Homeownership assistance......................
Rental housing assistance.........................
Rent supplement program...........................
Payments fur operation of low income housing
projects .........................................

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

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

Total--Government National Mortgage Association..

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

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

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

Total--Department of Housing and Urban Development.


This Month


Applicable
Outlays I Receipts
-- t -


:103.595
35,926
13,900
5,089
100
11.863

1,595
152,297
10,931
65,619
20,335

37,906

459,156



244,902
6,366
1,641
1,544

254,454


6,275
73,270
187,837
5,710
934

274,026

33,399
10,747
147
6,021

322
19,108
.............057,380
.............

1,057,380 '
~i


.91.457
8,967
8,470
4.713
947


114,554


335,917
8,687
3.728


348,332


2.553
23,144



25.697


864





44

489.491


Current Fiscal Year to Date


Net
Outlays




12.138
26,960
5,430
376 1
-847
11,863

1,595
152,297
10,931
65,619
20.335

37,906

344,602


-91,015
-2,321
-2,087
1,544

-93,878


3,722
50.126
187,837
5.710
934

248,329

33,399
9,884
147
6,021

322
19,108

-44

567.888


Applicable Net
Outlays Receipts Outlays


:1.644,346
92.861
237,674
58,382
4.684
8,275

18,835
1,232,882
109,377
506,812
207,081

400,013

4,521,221


1,309,176
61,090
7,403
-8,181

1,369,488


50,024
919,539 1
1,681.282
67,790
16,019

2,734,653

81.856
86,357 i
313
54,708

1,337
173,683
1.463

902508-
9,025.080


!.1,128.697
154,950
240,500
30,144
9.960









1.564.250



2,291,890
90,232
27.196


2,409,318


24.165
224,700
..........



248.865

325
10,338
..........
..........



773

4,233,869


515,649
-62,089
-2.827
28.239
-5.276
8.275

18,835
1,232,882
109,377
506,812
207.081

400,013

2,956,971


-982,714
-29,142
-19,792
-8.181

-1,039,830


25,858
694,839
1.681.282
67,790
16,019

2,485,789

81,531
76.019
313
54,708

1,337
173,683
1,463
-773

4,791,211


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year

Applicable Net
Outlay Receipts Outlay!
4



:2.089,454 1.163,308 92
110,810 152,909 -1
208,261 244,652 3
122,313 31,M48 '
1,377 13.731 -1
2,844 ...........

15,993 ........... 1
1.128,902 ........... 1,12
132.826 ........... 13
459,406 ........... 45
179.865 ........... 1

222.796 ........... 22

4,674.846 1,606.149 3,.J


5.948,918 5,922,057
66,100 117.280 -5
7,126 17,150 -1
10,381 ..... 1

6,032,526 6,056.488 -2


34,616 19,413 1
1.167,415 245,481 92
9884 40 ........... 98
79,923 ...........
89,043 ........... 8

2.355,836 264,894 2,09

13,061 858 1
99,641 8.382 9
483 ........ .
44 302 ...........4

-1.377 ...........
85.006 ...........
50,866 ...... ... 5
............. 110


13.355,189 7,937,880


5,41


S




!6,145
2.099
6.391
10.764
2.354
2 844

5,993
8.902
12.826
9,406
9,865

2,796

p8.697


.6.861
i1.180
0,024
0,381

3.962



5,203
;1,934
4,840
9.923
19,043

0,942

2.204
11.259
483
14.302

1.377
5,006
0,866
1,110

7.309








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 Applicable Net Applicable Net
tlays Receipts Outlays tlay Receipts Outlays utlay Receipts Outlays


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

Total--Land and water resources .................

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

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

Energy and minerals:
Geological Survey.................................
Mining Enforcement and Safety Administration .......
Bureau of Mines:
Helium fun ....................................
Other .....................................
Bonneville Power Administration...................
Other power administrations......................

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

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

Tutal--Bureau of Indian Affairs .................

Office of Territorial Affairs .........................
Office of the Solicitor and Office of the Secretary.......
Proprietary receipts from the public ..................
IntrabudgeLairy transbactins ..........................

Tual--Departnient of the Interior .................


$20,743


4,964

19,154
32,786
10,738
15,193
1,861


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

V7,082
..........
..........
..........
..........


$20,743



4,964

12,072
32,786
10,738
15,193
1,861


'227,722

29,563

105,130
48,762

142,443
400,107
110,377
124,608
11,237


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

865,045
..........
..........
..........
..........


$227,722

29,563

105,130
48,762

77,398
400,107
110,377
124,608
11,237


;150,272

50,033

45,568
41,385

102,822
266,347
98,578
97,185
19,298


$69,209


-150,272

50,033

45,568
41,385

33,614
266,347
98,578
97,185
19,298


105,440 7,082 98,357 1,199,949 65,045 1,134,905 871,489 69,209 802,280


22,040 .......... 22,040 279,164 .......... 279,164 243,957 ............ 243,957

11,265 .......... 11,265 110,668 .......... 110,668 96,122 ............. 96,122
4,760 .......... 4,760 71,201 .......... 71,201 68,440 ............. 68,440
3,029 .......... 3,029 25,416 .......... 25,416 35,076 ............. 35,076

26,418 .......... 26,418 233,809 .......... 233,809 200,113 ............. 200.113
5,468 .......... 5,468 57,100 .......... 57,100 87,366 ............. 87.366
722 .......... 722 30,712 .......... 30,712 31,547 ............. 31.547

73,703 .......... 73,703 808,070 .......... 808,070 762,621 ............. 762,621


22,942 .......... 22,942 258,046 .......... 258,046 229,348 ............. 229,348
8,698 .......... 8,698 81,760 .......... 81,760 72,780 ............ 72,780

775 385 390 8,091 8,085 7 5,932 7,522 -1,590
12,246 .......... 12,246 123,859 .......... 123,859 117,061 ............. 117,061
16,959 13,652 3,307 193,592 262,515 -68,923 218,255 271,299 -53,045
2,180 .......... 2,180 14,228 .......... 14,228 5,930 ............. 5,930

63,800 14,037 49,763 679,577 270,600 408,977 649,306 278,821 370,485


1,330
47,139
895
32,179
-12,999

68,543

4,834
8,902


325,221


558




558


128,556

150,233


772
47,139
895
32,179
-12,999

67.985

4,834
8,902
-128,556

174,988


11,629
508,058
96,953
186,111
64,617

867,366

107,984
41,548

-61,908

3,642,587


3,955




3,955


963,047

1,302,646


7,674
508,058
96,953
186,111
64,617

863,412

107,984
41,548
-963,047
-61,908

2,339,941


10,686 3,449
427,279 .............
94,358 .............
121,585 .............
55,206 .............

709.113 3,449

140,372 .............
25,308 .............
.......... 976,119
-58,345 .............

3,099,864 1,327.598


7,237
427.279
94.358
121,585
55,206

705,664

140,372
25.308
-976,119
-58,345

1,772,267







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


Classification of
O UTLAYS- Continued


Department of Justice:
Gene ral administration .............................
Legal actlvities.....................................
Fede ral Bureau of Investigation ......................
Immiigration and Naturalizatiun Service ................
Drug Enforcement Administration ............... .....
Federal Prison System....... ...................
Law Enforcement Assistance Administration ..........
Proprietary receipts from the public.................

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

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

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


This Month


Outlays



$2,994
24,827
43,810
20,293
11,747
23,225
62,300


189,196



4,436
417,142
18,034
202,892
102.073

24,370

140,200
-4,682


799,715

113,053
2,131
238

10,034
671



925,840


Total--Employment and Training Admiistration.... 1,830,306


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


3,042


7,845
44,892
268
10,101
2,539
7,015

-140,000

1,766,008


Applicable
Receipts







$885
-39

846



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


128


128
.. .. .. ..



..... ...
128


Net
Outlays



:2,994
24.827
43.810
20,293
11,747
22,340
62,300
39

188,350



4,436
417,142
18,034
202,892
102,073

24,370

140,200
-4,682


799,715

113,053
2,131
238

10,034
671


925,840

1,830,306

3,042

7,845
44,892
268
10,101
2,539
7,015
-128
-140,000

1,765,881


Current Fiscal Year to Date


Outlays



$17,361
235,603
440,702
204,015
141,547
243,235
722,642


2,005,104



62,557
2,503,709
56,387
1,805,747
673,189

106,769

4.255,498
3,466


10,767,077

1,204,237
48,679
907

152,624
7,718

-108

12,181,133

21.648,454

38,303

81,241
197,711
3,079
103,947
63,300
35.386
..............
-3,438,000

18, .33,420


Applicable
Receipts









4,725

13.334
iI






.... ....


2,099


2,099


Net
Outlays



:17,361
235,603
440,702
204,015
141,547
234,626
722,642
-4,725

1,991,770



62,557
2,503,709
56,387
1,805,747
673,189

106,769

4,255,498
3,466


10.767,077

1,204,237
48,679
907

152,624
7,718

-108

12,181,133

21,648,454

38.303

81,241
197,711
3,079
103,947
63,300
35,386
-2,099
-3,438,000

18,731,321


Comparable Periud Priir Fiscal Year


Outlays



.18,309
213,547
411,666
175.426
123,979
212,024
747,206


1,902,157



51,323
2,475,765
40,875
1,754.850
1.310.274


Applicable Net
Receipts Outlays



........... '18
........... 213
...... ..... 411
........... 175
......... 123
:7,497 304
........... 747
4.19 -4
4.195 -4


11.692







...........


103,462 ...........

6,514,310 ...........
-4.604 ...........


13,245,022 ..........

1,085,268 ...........
60,541 ...........
771 ...........

196,068 ...........
7,897 ...........

45 ...........

14,595,613 ...........

26,841,869 ...........

32,372 ...........


71,092
208,950
2.788
97,543
48,258
34.197

-6,285,231

21,051,837


...... .....




1.104


1,104


1,890.464



51,323
2.475,765
40.875
1.754,850
1.310.274

103.462

6.514,310
-4,604


13,245,022

1,085,268
60,541
771

196,068
7,897

45

14,595.613

26,841,869

32,372

71,092
208.950
2,788
97,543
48,258
34,197
-1.104
-6,285,231

21,050,733


,309
547
,666
,426
,979
,527
,206
,195


i i1


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






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


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


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

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

International organizations and conferences ..........
International commissions .........................
Educational exchange ..............................
Other ...........................................
Proprietary receipts from the public ................
Intrabudgetary transactions:
Foreign Service retirement and disability fund:
Receipts transferred to Civil Service retirement
and disability fund............................
General fund contributions .....................
Other .......................................

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


$58,184

4,327


7,744 ..........
716 ..........


858,184
4,327


7,744
716


$485,891
33,183

25,849
69,228
4,597


Z485,891
33,183

25,849
69,228
4,597


$322,185
33,468

39,945
57,565
3,889


5322,185
33,488

39,945
57,565
3,889


70,971 .......... 70,971 618,748 .......... 618,748 457,053 .......... 457,053

58,221 .......... 58,221 355,403 .......... 355,403 359,230 ........... 359,230
2,090 .......... 2,090 13,932 .......... 13,932 18,732 ........... 18,732
4,640 .......... 4,640 47,985 .......... 47,985 54,637 ........... 54,637
13,612 .......... 13,612 47,725 .......... 47,725 177,467 ........... 177,467
.............. -1,257 1,257 .............. $16,306 -16,306 ............. $10,044 -10,044


-23 .......... -23 -168 .......... -168 -315 ........... -315
-4,570 .......... -4,570 -47,099 .......... -47,099 -56,625 ........... -56,625
-43 .......... -3 -389 ..........389 -432 ........... -432

144,897 -1,257 146,153 1,036,138 16,306 1,019,832 1,009,747 10,044 999,703


3,441 .......... 3,441 48,358 .......... 48,358 51,794 ........... 51,794

69,948 .......... 69,948 689,077 .......... 689,077 602,763 ........... 602,763
12,220 .......... 12,220 98,631 .......... 98,631 110,059 ........... 110,059
12,124 .......... 12,124 115,246 .......... 115,246 104,338 ........... 104,338
4,427 493 3,935 59,383 4,258 55,124 54,609 4,238 50,371

98,720 493 98,227 962,337 4,258 958,078 871,769 4,238 867,531

9 .......... 9 -897 6 -903 -518 28 -545
136,900 .......... 136,900 1,439,096 .......... 1,439,096 1,329,325 ........... 1,329,325
3,550 .......... 3,550 33,626 .......... 33,626 28,545 .......... 28,545

34,139 .......... 34,139 230,549 .......... 230,549 184,089 ........... 184.089
13,157 .......... 13,157 159,921 .......... 159,921 174,859 ........... 174,859
7,561 .......... 7,561 60,481 .......... 60,481 62,265 ........... 62.265
.............. .......... .......... 12 .......... 12 11 ........... 11
-2 .......... -2 231 .......... 231 287 ........... 287

54,855 .......... 54,855 451,194 .......... 451,194 421,510 ........... 421,510

195,314 .......... 195,314 1,923,019 6 1,923,013 1,778,863 28 1,778,835


465,327 .......... 465,327 4,578,618 .......... 4,578,618 5,096,931 ........... 5,096,931
-4,687 .......... -4,687 5,278 .......... 5,278 14,686 ........... 14,686
4,073 .......... 4,073 28,028 .......... 28,028 17,896 ........... 17,896
9,046 .......... 9,046 100,681 .......... 100,681 66,206 .......... 66,206


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


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


473,758


473,758


4,712,605


4,712,605


5,195,719


5,195,719






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


Classification of
OUTLAYS--Continued


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

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


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

Total--Department of Transportaton .............

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

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

Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms ............
United States Customs Service .....................
Bureau of Engraving and Printing .................
Bureau of the Mint ................... .......
Bureau of the Public Debt........................
Internal Revenue Service:
Federal tax lien revolving fund....................
Salaries and expenses.......................
Accounts, collection and taxpayer service..........
Compliance ....................................
Payment where credit exceeds liability for tax4.....
Interest on refunds of taxes....................
Internal revenue collections for Puerto Rico........

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

See footnotes on page 3.


This Month


Outlays




26,089
18,500
-9.834

5,788


2,729
3,582
8,897
158,110
1,431


Current Fiscal Year to Datei


Applicable
Receipts





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

84,759



... ... ..


21,045

11,194
47,963
923
3,220
8,380

147
4,460
71,921
79,483

32,583
14,187

202,782 -


Outlays


Net
Outlays




?6,089
18,500
-9,834

1,029


2,729
3,582
8,897
158,110
1,431

175,778
-
107,079
-474

-3,205

1,064,672


2,051

517,101
1,688.895
286
729


..........
14,386

38
4,951
359
14
1,296


32,159

1,698,819
6,759,219
3,246
11,780


6
1,025,000
123,315

555
142,145
6,011
370
3,837


Applicable
Rece Lpts


Net
Outlays


?40,866
98,600
-3,901

48,224

-167
48,079
25,215
47,525
705,062
18,694

892,632

1,399,920
5,885
1,116


10,081,436


1,698.819
6,759.219
3,246
11,780


... ....... 6
1,025,000 ............
.......... 123.315

.......... 555
.......... 142,145
.......... 6,011
.......... 370
.......... 3,837


1,301,239 1,025,000

99,687 ..........
501,007 ..........
-1,831 ..........
33,910 ..........
86,579 ..........

586 469
42,529 ..........
736,813 ..........
752,469 ..........
.............. .........
250,256
130,368 ..........


1,913,031


469


276,239

99,687
501,007
-1,831
33,910
86.579

127
42,529
736,813
752,469

250,256
130,368

1,912,562


4


Cuniiparable Plri.il Prior FiNLa Yrar


Outlays


37,298
88.925
2.262


.... .. .. .
252,077 ...
S 121,965. .

L 1,829,003


...... 40866
...... 98.600
...... -3,901

41.489 6,735

...... -167
...... 48.079
...... 25,215
...... 47,525
...... 705,062
...... 18.694

41,489 851,143

2,036 1.397,884
6,057 -172
...... 1.116
33,026 -33,026
1-
86,873 9.994,563


210 31,949


""





""

""'
""'

'""'


64.870


43.406
371,592

370.616
18.027

868,511

1.188.525
4,428
868
.............

10,088,961


53.751

.............,
6,301,916
2.066
11.441
---I --- ----

8
1.220,000
112,713

440
136,122
5,650
156
3,786


1,478,875

90,247
454,560
-5,729
35,049
83,305

811
37,008
686,808
730,335


6.301,916
2,066
11.441


8

112.713

440
136,122
5,650
156
3.786


258,875

90,247
454.560
-5.729
35,049
83,305


1,072 -261
......... 37,008
......... 686,808
......... 730,335
......... ...............
......... 252.077
......... 121,965

1,072 1,827,931


53.275


180,537 4,759

107,908 830
462 936
............... ..........
............... 3,205

1,074,895 10,223

2,051 ..........
2,051


517,101
1,688,895
286
729


3............86
14,386


38 ..........
4,951 ..........
359 ..........
14 ..........
1,296 ..........


21,045 ..........

11,194 ........
47,963 ........
923 ..........
3,220 ..........
8,380 i.........

147 ..........
4,460 ........
71,921 .........
79,483 .........

32,583 .........
14,187 .........

202,782 ..........


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

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


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

..... ......

............
1,220.000.

.~...........
............
............
............


Applicable Net
IReceiptl Outlays




............ 737 298
............ 88.925
............ 2.262

-56.045 8.825

............ .43 406
43 406
371.592

............ 370,616
............ 18.027

56,045 812,466

6.392 1.182.133
5,541 -1.113
............ 868
32.212 -32.212

104.455 9.984,505


1.220,000


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


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


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


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


...


. "


___


__ _:L_. _


469








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 Applicable Net Applicable Net Applicable Net
Outlays Receipts Outlays Outlays Receipts Outlays Outays Receipts Outlays


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

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

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

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

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

Environmental Protection Agency:
Revolving fund for certification and other services.....
Agency and regional management ....................
Research and development:
Pollution control and abatement...................
Energy.........................................
Abatement and control .............................
Enforcement......................................
Construction grants ...............................
Other.............. ...............................
Proprietary receipts from the public.................

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

General Services Administraton:
Real property activities............................
Personal property activities:
Intragovernnental funds .........................
Federal Supply Service, operating expenses.........
Records activities.................................
Automated data and telecommunications activities......
Property management and disposal activities..........
Preparedness activities............................
General activities .................................
Proprietary receipts from the public:
Stockpile receipts ................................
Other ....... ..... .............................
Int rabudgetary tranactions.........................

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

Set footnotes on page 3.


'9,575
5,814


T21,973


;9,575
-16,159


$104,929
69,429


-66,189


$104,929
3,239


793,878
64,233


364,328


?93,878
-96


2.858,701 ......... 2,858,701 27,695,861 .......... 27,695.861 25,495,899 .......... 25.495.899
50.093 ......... 50,093 8,237,144 .......... 8,237,144 7.542,964 .......... 7.542,964

2,908,794 ......... 2,908,794 35,933,005 .......... 35,933,005 33,038,863 .......... 33,038,863

.............. 48,765 -48,765 .............. 431,191 -431,191 ............. 552,743 -552,743
.............. 177,204 -177,204 .............. 1,881,591 -1,881,591 ............. 896,712 -896,712
-250,888 ......... -250,888 -1,664,447 .......... -1,664,447 -1,370,631 .......... -1,370,631

5,177,863 247,942 4,929,922 46,881,761 3,404,650 43,477,111 42,160,826 2,735,332 39,425.495

356,143 ......... 356,143 3,167,580 .......... 3,167,580 2,527,302 .......... 2,527,302
85,811 ......... 85,811 703,641 .......... 703,641 745,357 .......... 745,357
-18 ......... -18 236 .......... 236 350 .......... 350
.....) (*) .............. 387 -387 ............. 267 -267

441,937 (*) 441,937 3,871,457 387 3,871,070 3,273,010 267 3,272,742

.............. ......... ......... 2 426 -424 466 508 -42
7,785 ...... ..7,785 66,600 .......... 66,600 52,865 .......... 52,865

16,104 ......... 16,104 138,885 .......... 138,885 137,977 .......... 137,977
7,864 ......... 7,864 76,505 .......... 76,505 65,904 .......... 65,904
33,696 ......... 33,696 347.412 .......... 347,412 274,853 .......... 274,853
5,337 ......... 5,337 45,345 .......... 45,345 41,764 .......... 41,764
296,441 ......... 296,441 2,814,518 .......... 2,814,518 2,248,383 .......... 2,248,383
772 ......... 772 13,153 .......... 13,153 18,856 .......... 18.856
..........13 -13 .............. 251 -251 ............. 170 -170

367,998 13 367,985 3,502,421 677 3,501,744 2,841,069 678 2,840,391

-135,256 ......... -135,256 -262,373 ......... -262,373 -195,048 .......... -195,048

2,266 ......... 2,266 -34,280 .......... -34,280 -41,263 .......... -41.263
18,969 ......... 18,969 139,028 .......... 139,028 148,667 .......... 148.667
8,704 474 8,230 62,666 3,492 59,173 59,169 4,175 54.994
3,148 ......... 3,148 11,057 .......... 11,057 -6.680 .......... -6.680
(N) ......... () 333 .......... 333 29,319 .......... 29.319
1,979 ......... 1,979 14,634 11 14,623 13.370 14 13,355
8,892 184 8,707 71,633 780 70,853 60,581 720 59,860

.............. 6,845 -6,845 .............. 124,076 -124,076 ............. 166,887 -166.887
.............. 3,880 -3,880 .............. 30,856 -30,856 ............. 45,594 -45.594
-172 ......... -172 -573 .......... .-573 -2,921 .......... -2,921

-91,470 11,383 -102,853 2,124 159,215 -157,091 65,195 217,391 -152,196







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


Classification of
OUTLAYS- -Continued


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

Independent agencies:
Action............................................
Arms Control and Disarmament Agency...............
Board for International Broadcasting ..................
Civil Aeronautics Board.............................
Civil Service Commission:
Civil Service retirement and disability fund .........
Payment to Civil Service retirement and disability
fund............................................
Salaries and expenses.............................
Government payment for annuitants, employees
health benefits..... .............................
Employees health benefits fund.....................
Employees life insurance fund .....................
Retired employees health benefits fund...............
Other.......................................
Proprietary receipts from the public ...............
Intrabudgetary transactions:
Civil Service retirement and disability fund:
Receipts transferred to Foreign Service
retirement and disability fund................
General fund contributions.....................

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

See footnotes on page 3.


This Month


Ourlavs Applicable ,
Outlays Receipts
T~~


7229.838
7,622
63,244
7



300,710



40,650
15,560
1,807
771
25,981
753,080
231,052
338,260
7,206
43,083
17,901

43,585
4,597
2,293
5,066





-193
-3


1,530,696


109


5







228,484
56,152
683

10





285,328


51,493

1.493



20,503
105,559
1,970
7
25,759








3,733


38,656
474
-202





196,458


16,615
1,720
11,707
8,239

825.515

72
11,471

36,652
246,181
37,863
1,383
6



-168
-3,118

1,155,85'


Net
Outlays


?229,838
7,622 I
63.244
7
-1,493

299.216



20.148
-90,000
-163
764
222
753,080
231,052
338,260
7,206
43,083
17,901

43,585
4,597
-1,440
5,066

-38,656
-474
202

-193
-3
.......
1,334,238


16,506
1,720
11.707
8,235
-- ----1
825.515

72
11,471

36,652
17,697
-18,288
700
6
-10


-168
-3,118

870,529


Current Fiscal Year t I Date

Outys Applicable Net
utlays Recepts Outlays


'2.476.119
79,778
710,280
1,136
...............


2 476.119
79.778
710.280
1,136
-2,726


3,267,314 2.726 3.264.588


454.297
107,009
18,487
10.383
223,094
7,483,805
3,246,675
3,596,383
87,790
440.742
192,712

523,669
63.270
25,730
80,946





-1,760
-28


394.266
239,473
45.766
57
221.812








69.490


402,912
4,811
2,056


16,653,206 1.380.642


154,994 336
9,494 .........
53,231 ........
87.836, 115
- ----- -
7,862,406 .........

233,363 .........
108.699 .........

323,520 .........
2,183,456 2,204,611
361,627 677,675
10,872 7,779
9,971 .........
k- 1,229


-10,565
-239,710

10,843,639


2.891,294


G0,031
-132.464
-27,279
10.326
1.283
7.483,805
3,246,675
3.596,383
87.790
440.742
192.712

623,669
63,270
-43,760
80.946

-402,912
-4,811
-2,056

-1,760
-28


15.272.564


4


Coniparabi- Period Prior Fl., al Year


Outla\s,



2.242.401,
101 171
676,989I
4.887
..............


Appllcablle
Ref lepis






2 6:1l


3,025,.453


)2,726


- -_.-- -


154.658
9,494
53,231
87.721
S- t
7.862.406

233,363
108.699

323,520
-21,155
-316,048
3,093
9,971
-1,229


-10,565
-239,710

7,952,3451


429 ,61
97.774
16,820
4 240
215.419
6,936.819
4.635.25'~
3.177,307
79.882
411.742
161,042

592.099
62.060
23,804
140. 771





-1.725
-36


16.982.935


149.695
10.348
50.504
77.988


7.080.762

4,750,366
81.625

300.218
1,921.048
395.594
12,407
19.151
-5


-3,332
-4,750,366

9,807,469


487.689
133.462
49.-,44
9
217.311
2







64.760
..... .....

405.336
4.166
1.075





1 363.355


350

.. ..19
119


1,929.602
659.930
8.394

1,042


...... .....


2,598,968


- ---- ---~- ~


--


,


Net
(JAlla vs


2 242. 4
101 171
?71, 9a9
4 887
-2 661


3 022 79'




-3'.68b
-32 724
4.232
-1.893
6.936,817
4.635.25'
3.177.30Cr
79.882
411.742
161.042

592.099
62 00O
-40,956
140.771

-405,336
-4.166
-1.075

-1,725
-36


15.619,580


149.345
10,348
50.504
77.869

7.080.762

4.750.366
81,625

300,218
-8,554
-264,336
4,014
19,151
-1,047


-3,332
-4,750.366

7,208,501






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

This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year
C classification of O u ... .....i e......
OUTLAYS- -Continued Outlas Applicable Net Applicable Net Applicable Net
outlays Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays Outlays Receipts Outlays


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

Total--Railroad Retirement Board................
See footnotes on page 3.


S849
1,888
59,958
3,711

...............
30,000
11
5,828
92,802
4,860
81,245
16,768


5,585
3,288
29
807
1,843
3,169
4,732
648

14,000
410
1,056
6,099

2,746
13,781
7,323
71,621
20,453


6,396

322,042

-10,600

-1,400
9,755
1,499
2,306
1
...............


...... ,999
329,999


$9
(*)
...........


...........
3
90,970
1
99,894
1,087

5,840
25,400

2

2.285
2
-3


132
...........
2

2,213
(+)
53
51
1


...........
...........
...........
...........
...........
()


1849
1,888
59,950
3,710
...........


30,000
11
5,825
1,832
4,859
-18,650
15,681

-255
-22,112
29
805
1,843
884
4,730
651

14,000
278
1,056
6,097

533
13,781
7,270
71,570
20,452


57,928
11,754
447,827
33,166
103,000

279,357
110,832
59
61,077
619,453
46,911
1,034,705
221,976


117,670
126,884
960
7,260
16,852
33,280
43,712
34,341

254,285
4,606
9,191
49,337
125,004
30,878
144,979
61,743
564,376
189,161

2,266,170


250,000
48,009

3,114,398

-59,100

-9,600
59,257
9,340
25,722
85
...............


$183
5
............

29,722
2,499
32
346,568
11
1,707,967
1,077

1,608,318
447,936
25
1
2,784
-173
26,685


1,320

40
............
49,227
1
166
551
8


$7,928
11,754
447,643
33,162
103,000

279,357
81,110
-2,440
61,046
272,885
46,900
-673,262
220,899

-1,490,649
-321,052
960
7,235
16,852
30,496
43,885
7,656

254,285
3,286
9,191
49.297
125,004
-18,349
144,977
61,577
563,824
189,154

2,266,170


250,000
48,009

3,114,398

-59,100

-9,600
59,257
9,340
25,722
85
-1


-250,000


3,188,111


S6,955
9,579
356,251
33,564
96,000

264,246
180,832
30
53,135
623,491
43,910
1,186,198
118,359

315,070
100,299
1,749
6,812
15,583
30,685
38,357
42,957

103,599
4,778
8,367
44,211
95,448
17,282
127,238
57,711
576,010
158,420

566.595


250,000
2,230

2,898,141


c347
6


52,286
4,990
18
............

1,504,562
-7

232.811
401,701

27
1
14
228
28,466


1,313

4,202

36,030
2
171
1,620
462


+ I -


6,396

322,042

-10,600

-1,400
9,755
1,499
2,306
1
()


(5) 329,999


. .....
1


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


3,188,112


..............
...............
23,484
7


-250,000


2,928,456


..........


6.955
9,579
355,904
33.558
96,000

264.246
128.546
-4.960
53,117
623,491
43,894
-318.363
118,366


82,259
-301,402
1,749
6,784
15,582
30.672
38,129
14,491

103.599
3.466
8.367
40,009
95.448
-18.748
127.236
57.540
574.390
157.958

566.595


250.000
2.230

2,898.141


23.484
7
-1

-250,000

4,595

2.928.456


4.595 ..............


I







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


Classifictalin of
OUT LA YS- -Continued


Independent Agencies--Continued
Securities and Exchange Commission ..................
Selective Service System ............ ................
Small Business Administration:
Public enterprise funds:
Business loan and Investment fund.................
Disaster loan fund ..............................
Surety bond guarantees revolving fund.............
Other................... ......................
Salaries and expenses..............................
Proprietary receipts from the public................
Intrabudgetary transactions..........................

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

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

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

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

Total--United States Inormation Agency ...........

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


This Month


O Applicable Net
Outlys Receipts Outlays


-4,703 '2 14,7
316 () 3


39.246
9.867
3.033
-89
1.546
...............


53,603

8.777
1,622

269,487


269.487


22,842
459
283


23.583


950
54,700
843
7.246


Total--Independent agencies ......................... 2.405.476


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

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

See footnotes on page 3.


-121

-73.000
-10.000
-15.000

-1,929


33.505
16,434
443

......... 2
23



50.406

2
245

143.211
5

143.216


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

52,

52



32
923

S 708,263
_- 1--._i


-184,309 ...........


-56.121

-340,480


Current Fisca. Year L'. Dat-.


S OuLl.ay


I01
16


5.741
-6,567
2.590
-112
1,546
-2


3.197


'45 195
8.781


Applicable
Rtce i2pts


739,776 345.723
292.738 164.635
23.810 6.000
3.821 665
26.872 ............
......... 13


1.087.017 517.036


8.775 93,224 41
1,377 13.690 645

126,277 2,461,047 1,560.370
-5 ............... 30

126,272 2.461,047 1.560,400


22.842
459
283
-52

23.531


950 1
54.700
811
6,323

1,697.214







-121

-73.000
-10,000
-15,000

-1,929


-184,309



-56,121

-340.480


210,072
5.436
2,730


218.237


10.320
623.880
11.523
77 417


............
947

947




1.425
7,767


26,046.370 9.204.979


-30

-946

-721.000
-95.000
-148.000

-13.696


-1,812,672


Net
Outlays


.45 175
8 780


394.054
128.103
17.810
3 156
26 872
-13


569 981

93,184
13.045


C -nriipJratJblir I'.- d iPr.r F-.,rI. Year


Outl.l b


:42.228
28 827


551 210
191 412
18.074
3 773
24 556



789.026


AppIlIn ab.
it-i ._lp!


'18
1


478 753
150J 624
3.784
1.169

S. .... .. ... .

634 54f


98.563
10 893


Ntl



'42 210
2m 82fr


72 4C'
4U 5&.
14 29,
: 'XI"
24 59"
li


154 480

9t8 772
10 46.


900 678 2.298 047 1.458 964 839 083
-30 ............. 22 -22

900,648 2 298.047 1,458,986 839060


210,072 212.460 ............ 212 460
5.436 6.081 ............. 6.081
2,730 2.311 ............. 2.311
-947 ............... 633 -633

217.291 220 852 633 220.220


10,320 15,650 ............. 15 650
623,880 308.120 ............ 308 120
10,098 11.136 979 10.157
69,650 45.375 4 848 40.527

16.841,391 22.176.897 6 968.937 15.207.960
I .... .- ---- -= ---


-30

-946

-721.000
-95.000
-148.000

-13,696


-1,812,672


.711I ........... -O1 11

-3.371,056 ............ -3,371,056


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


-775

-726,000
-96 000
-150.000

-11,811


-1,697.058


.............
.****...'......


-956.481 1I.............

-3.638.155 .............


-30

-775

-726,000
-96 000
-150.000

-11,811


-1.697.058



-956.481

-3.638.155


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


__


'~ ""


I


i 1






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

S o This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year
Classification of
OUTLAYS--Continued Outlays Applicable Net Applicable Net las Applicable Net
Recips Receipts Outlays Outlays Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays


Undistributed offsetting receipts--Continued
Interest 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 Welfare:
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust
fund.............................. .........
Federal disability insurance trust fund ...........
Federal hospital insurance trust fund ...........
Federal supplementary medical insurance trust
fund ........................................
Department of Labor:
Unemployment trust fund .......................
Department of State-
Foreign Service retirement and disability fund ....
Department of Transportation:
Airport and airway trust fund ...................
Highway trust fund .............................
Veterans Administration:
Government life insurance fund.................
National service life insurance fund..............
Indepeent agencies;
Civil Service Commission:
Civil Service retirement and disability fund.....
Railroad Retirement Board:
Railroad retirement account ..................
Other ........................................

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

Rents and royalties on the outer continental shelf lands..

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

Total--Budget outlays .... .................... .....

TOTAL BUDGET

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

O utlays (-) ................... .... .................

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


_1


See footnotes on page 3.


-44,158
-402
-2,624

-1,280

-2,197

-39

-179
-1,202

-4
(*)


-2,744

-83
-201


-$4,158
-402
-2,624

-1,280

-2,197

-39

-179
-1,202

-4
(*)


-2,744

-83
-201


-.543


-4,883


-2,184,702
-357,802
-761,523

-128,079

-190,909

-13,371

-188,560
-577,569

-31,715
-426,470


-2,765,013

-216,242
-3,945


........ .. ,900
-15,114 ........... -15,114 -7,851,324 ............ -7.851,324 -7,533,620 ............. -7.533,620


-$543


-4,883


-2,184,702
-357,802
-761,523

-128,079

-190,909

-13,371

-188,560
-577,569

-31,715
-426,470


-2,765,013

-216,242
-3.945


-5516 ............


-4,696 ............


-2.279,246
-154,998
-704,929

-101,421

-218,995

-10,245

-145,123
-576,431

-31.251
-391.679


-2,389,553

-220,238
-4 a29


-4,696


-2,279,246
-454.998
-704.929

-101.421

-218.995

-10.245

-145,123
-576,431

-31.251
-391.679


-2.389.553

-220,238
_A 9O0


.9B2,q24


-82,824


____ -JJJ.J -1.JJ.41 I -,IZi ,JU38
38,325,983 4,695 813 33.630.170 373,955,727

(Net Totals)
24.951.819

-33.630,170

-8,678,350


T2,221.618

2.221.618

41.R76f.201


MEMORANDUM

Receipts offset against outlays (In thousands)

Current
Fiscal Year
to Date
Proprietary receipts............................ E13.976.515
Receipts from off-budget Federal agencies.......... 1.881.591
Intrabudgetary transactions....................... 29,173.204

Total receipts offset against outlays........... 45,031,310


-2,221,618 .. ............


-13.443.998

332.079,526

(Net Totals)
290.543.839

-332,079,526

-41,535,687


---I1.171.775
I -11.171.775 i


348,778 839


'2.422,146

2,422 146


40,322,788 ;


__ _- 1


-2,422.146

-13,593,922


308,456.051

(Net Totals)
249 510 867

-308.456.051

-58 945 183


Comparable Period
Prior Fiscal Year

.13,616.626
896,712
32.493,548

47.006.886


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Ulirrll'. R Li-ted lI th

LIABILITY ACCOI


TABLE IV--MEANS OF FINANCING (In thousands)
-- .. .-T-7
Net Tralsactliuns
(-) denotes net reduction of either
liability or assets accounts

ilities i Fical Year to Date
e BudLgel Thi Month Yt.r Pr!- r Year

UNTS


lt'rri iwin; fl1'rii [iht' pubilit
Public debt '., uriL.ts, issued under general
financing jAuth, 'ritEs
ObliSations 'If the Uniled States, issued by
Uriiitd Stil Tr. ry.... .........................
Federal Fim.ncinl Bank ..........................

Ti i.il public debt securities.......................

Agency securities, issued under special financing
auLhoriiCes ISee Schedule B. Fur other agency
brr wing, 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:
Allucations 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 I Financing of deficit (+) or
disposition of surplus (-) ..................... .........

See footnotes on page 3.


-561,a267 139 162.623
.-20 -75

-561.287 39.162.548


-95.894

-657.181


-949.539


38.213.009


Accuunt Balances
Current Fiscal Year

Beginning of Close of

This Year This Month Tis Month


V70,907.593 6%34,701.165
-8.355 75

70.899.238 634.701,240



-102.420 11.677.710


70.796.818


-674.425.055
20

674.425.075


4- -- -


10.824.065


I I- -


646.378.950 685,249.140


5673.863,788

673.863,788
673.863,788


10,728.171


684,591,959


-2.459.913 2,500 390 5,352.216 148.052.209 153,012.513 150.552.600

1.802.732 35.712.619 65 444.602 498.326,741 532.236.628 534,039,360

1.494.364 2.531 570 1.286.468 4,377.797 5,415,002 6,909,367
- ~ --

12.792 32.919 -39.767 2,654,344 2.674,472 2.687,264
12.157, 354,332 -844.425 3,059,951 3,402,126 3.414,283


-20.081 -653.1831 936.701 5.737,182 5,104,080 5,083,999
3.301.9651 37,978,257 66,783,579 514,156.015 548.832,308 552,134,273




-6.100.987 -7.260 363 -7.054.422 17.414,219 16,254.843 10,153,856


11.889 140.987 16.353 2.356.633 2.485,731 2.497,620
.... -400000 -200000 -800,000 -1,200,000 -1,200,000

11.889 -259.013 -183.647 1.556.633 1.285.731 1.297.620
i 4


........... .6,700,000 6,700,000 6700,000
37,361 96,147 -116.147 1,052.512 1.111,298 1.148,659
-226.000 113,438 1,550.601 -3.741.289 -3,401,852 -3,627,852

-17.817 -16.459 -109.904 1 -12.352 -10,994 -28,811

-206.455 193.126 .1.324.550 3.998.870 4,398.452 4,191,996

"2 608' 547,901 ........ ............ 545,293 547,901
-436.686, -336.947 369.884 3,638.164 3,737,903 3,301,217

-6.729.630 -7.115.295 -5,543,634 26,607.886 26,222,222 19.492,591

-325.009 -1.520.637 6.130,003 3.631.063 2,435.435 2,110,426
L =-


-7.054.640 ; -8.635.932
4= __ -1-
-10.356 604 ;-46.614,189

-1,678 254 -5.078.502


8,678.350 -41.535.687


586,369

-66.197,210

-7.252.027


.58.945.183


30.238.949


-483,917.066


28,657,657


-520,174,651

-3.400,248


483,917.066 516.774,403


21,603,017


-530.531,255

-5,078.502


-525.452,753


I


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

Fiscal Year to Date
This
Classification Month
This Year Prior Year


Excess of liabilities beginning of period:
Based on composition of unified budget in preceding period..... E520.174.651 S483.286.217 $414,645,054
Adjustments during current fiscal year for changes in
composition of unified budget:
Export-Import Bank certificates of beneficial
interest reclassified as financing transactions ............ ........... 630,849 453.994

Excess of liabilities beginning of period (current basis) ......... 520.174.651 483 917,066 415,099,048
Budget surplus (-) or deficit:
Based on composition of unified budget in prior fiscal year'... 8.674.870 41.810.864 58.825.684
Changes in composition of unified budget:
Export-Import Bank reclassified from off-budget to
budgetary accounts ..................................... 3.481 -275.177 119.499

Budget surplus (-) or deficit (Table Il) ........................ 8.678,350 41.535.687 58,945,183

Transactions not applied to current year's surplus or deficit:
Seigniorage ............................................. -30.445 -338,121 -570.721
Increment on gold ............................ .............. -1,973
Net gain (-)/loss for U. S. currency valuation adjustment ...... -19.545 -56.126 35.536
Net gain (-) 'loss for IMF loan valuation adjustment ........... ........... ............ ............
Off-Budget Federal Agencies:
Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation ..................... 1,368 -14.024 -20 459
Postal Service ........................................ 79.613 "-1.150.965 1.636.665
Rural electrification and telephone revolving fund........... 26,160 302,702 127.608
Rural telephone bank .................................... 12,574 56.643 73,973
Housing for the elderly or handicapped fund ................ 2,072 -1.620 -12.476
Federal Financing Bank ................................ 1.606.457 6.281.987 5,981.900

Total--transactions not applied to current year's surplus
or deficit................. ................... 1.678,254 5.078.502 7.252,027
Excess of liabilities close of period .......................... 530 531.255 530.531,255 481.296.258

See footnotes on page 3.

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

Net Transactions
(-) denotes net reduction of Currnt Fcal
liability accounts rent Fiscal Year

Classification
Fiscal Year to date Beginning of
This Month T Close of
This ear Prior ear This Year This Month s Month
This Year Prior Year This Year This Month


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

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


-146,972

-9,022

-,901

-33

34

-35,000


-95,894


-$325,630

-101,277

5,031


-181

-483

-377,000

-150,000

-949.539


$119,499

-92,388

50.087

-158

540

-80,000

-100,000
-102.420


______ --___________ _________


See footnotes on page 3.


12 3,591,164


1,133,786

578,118

2,042

2,601
4.145.000

250,000
1 975.000

11.677 710


3.,312.506

1,041,531

588,050

1,894

2,083
3,803,000

250,000
1.825.000
10 824.065


;3.265 534

1.032 509

583,150

1.861

2,117

3,768.000
250.000
1.825 000
10 728.171






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

ISSUE OF PUBLIC DEBT SECURITIES (In thousands)


ClasUlsfation


rThn Month


Agency fur Inlernalional Development...................
C. 1un, 1.dii Credit Corp raiilun. ........ .... ............
Export-Inmp rt fRank of the United States...............
Fedt r.rl Financing Bank..............................
F.ck ral Hrnm, L.an Bank Board ........................
Fed',ral HuiiIng Administration:
G. nt rAl insur.url A ..................................
Speci-a risk Insurance ............................
Government National Mortgate Association:
Enierency Home Purchase Assistance fund...........
Ma na.lc nm'n and l Iqu ida ing functions .................
Special .asistance funtLton. .........................
Rural Electrification Administration ...................
Rur.al TelephOne ank .................................
Saint La. rencr S .wa.y Dcvi u'lopme nl Cl.rp4urallon ........
Sticrel.ary oi Agricullurt, Farme r.s HLmce Adnluinisratiin
Rural housing in.surance fund .......................
Agricullur.l credit insurance fund....................
Rural deitlupnlent insurance fund ...................
Secretary of Hu.Sing and Urban Develoupmeni
Deparltment
College hruusing lIjans ...............................
National fl[...d Insurance fund ........................
New communities guaranty fund:
Title IV.........................................
Title VII.........................................
Urban renewal fund................................
Secretary of the Interior:
Bureau of Mines, helium fund........................
Secretary of Transpurtation:
Rail Service AbststLnce ..............................
R(..ri]n.tl Rail Reura .Lnilatlun .........................
SnilthbLurn.in Instituti un.
John F. Kennedy Center parking facilities.............
Tenness.r Valley Authrity........................
United SLtaes [nfrnmatiun Agency.......................
Veterans Administration:
Veterans direct loan program .......................
D.C. Commissioners: Stadium sinking fund, Armory
Board, D.C. ......................................

JTMl H ,... .. e rr f m n the T vsuri ........................

h .i ....-n tfrm the Fede, I ...i., m,< Bank.

Postal Service ......................................
Tennessee Valley Authority .........................
E.xport-Impurt Bank of the United States ...............

Taual B or.wi from the Federal Finaing Bank .............

Total Agency Borrowing financed through
issues o[ Public Debt Securities ...................


:505 000
4.100
1.624.071




-194.220

64,500

12,150
..........


4,632

108
33.210



.......
88D


Tranaciiucnib

S FI.0.l Year LI Date

SThit. Year Prior Year


...........
21.461.143
-51,901
6.559.778
-1.490.683

-835.613
-413.834

-224,450
-8,190
-726,575
355.634
27,268
-2,000

25,000

30,000


17,108

1,224
78,719




880


o. o 1 o ..- -. 1




-1,067,000
40,000 850.000
S.......... 651,336

i ill 1 4 14 ? Ith


2,094,431 5,237,844


..........
2161,879
43.300
1.736,235
-43,271

120,000
52,000

156.205

327,700
23,931
6.821
....... ...


4,024

23
1,151
..........


-832
:; 9' 16A,




315,000




2,904,166


Account Balances
Current Fiscal Year


Beginning ill


Th i Year



: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
.i ," 'A


This MonLh



24,512.136
17,023
30.820,032


2.011,655
1.617.166

910,384
50,000
4,117,452
7.764,742
215,851
116,476

855,718
676,000
390,000


2,811,000
132,319

3,250
72,674
800,000

251,650

52.479
1.522

20,400
150,000
22,114

1.730,078

8832
A1 l."'5 005



2.181,000
3.545,000
5,419,486




71,268,439


Close of
This Month


t5,017,136
21.123
32,444,103
.............

2.011,655
1,617,166

716,164
50,000
4,181,952
7,764,742
228.001
116,476

855,718
676,000
390,000


2,811,000
136,951

3,358
105,884
800,000

251,650

52,479
2,402

20,400
150,000
22,114

1,730,078

832




2,181,000
3,585,000
5,419,486




73,362,870


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 25
IN FEDERAL SECURITIES (In thousands1
Seuite Held- asInesmet


Classification


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

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

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

Department of the Interior:
Bonneville Power Administration....................
Department of Transportation........................
Department of Treasury..............................

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


Net Purchases or Sales (-)


This Month


Z2,610



-464
1

-547

-178
2,692

-20,609
..........


-4,780
-25,786


550

685


21,929
188
-400
-10,595


Fiscal Year to Date

This Year Prior Year


-86,000
29,505


121,528
-179

504

-2,324
16,151
3,807
-151,716
..........


-2,203

66,080
350
493,031


27,730

3,660


330,870
-9,812
17,934
27,285


-Z6,000

22,412


72,215
-15

2,646

-2,491
8,548
1,482

178,100



11,110

-1,700

200

-14,270
14,100
50,995


31,930


6,453

1,738,040
301,400

18,635
40.577


Securities Held as Investments
Current Fiscal Year

Beginning of rl,.


This Year



835,215

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


This Month



$29,215

133,385



1,673,878
191.024

110,133

37,310
52,708
6,998

1,473,901
86,745

388



89,494

110,205
14.765
2.048,154


380,823

28,905


4,411.778
131.977
88,059
300,635


e nf


This Month


$29,215

135,975



1,673,414
191.024

109,586

37,131
55,400
6,998

1,453,292
86,745

388



89.494

105,425
14.765
2,022.368


381,373

29.590


4.433.707
132,165
87,659
290.040


-34,168 980,205 2,478,745 9,792,296 10,806,670 10,772,502
-536 -14,005 -4,378 607,257 i 593.788 593,252

-34.705 966,201 2,474,367 10,399,553 11,400,458 11 365,754


..........

250

90

45

3


-1,251,886

-333,950

-336,912

85,457
457


34
160

29,216

-62

10

1,497


-2.357,418

-1,743,803

191,875

1,048,761
914


75
40

612

59

-76

402


-2,132,939

-1,049,029

680,361

15.343
35


565
1,340

10,921

542

35

1,108


36,499,847
555,000
6,453.247
10.959.482
50,000
1,243,945
187


599
1,500

39,887

390



2,601


35.394.315
555,000
5,043,394

11,488,269
50,000
2.207.249
644


599
1,500

40.137

480

45

2,604


34,142,429
555.000
4,709.444

11.151.357
50,000
2.292,706
1,100






TABLE IV-SCHEDULE D-INVESTMENTS OF GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTS

IN FEDERAL SECURITIES (In thousands)-Contlnued


Nt i



This Month i


PurchJscu > ur S.ale (-)


Fil.caJ Year to Date


SrIurlies Held as Investments
Current FiLcal Year


Prior Year This Year This Month


Trust Funds--Continued
D 1ipairtniii'nI of the Interior..............................

Department of Labor:
Linn.mp!l.'. iln'lln trust fund .............................
Other r...............................................

D'pa rt 1i'I of State:
F. reign service retirement and disability fund .........
Otht r..... ... .................................

Department of Tr-_Jnspl.irti.illn.
Airpl'ri and .lru.a) tru lt lund .........................
H ihu a trust fund..................................
UOth,.r............................. ..................

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

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

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

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

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

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


1.395


-80.113



818


51.429
190,302


13,000

-28


-2,992

2,945

2,260
-900



-343,904

-21,390
17.445

19,000
..........
5

-282,294
..........

-2,272.259


-2.272.259


----T
Off-budget Federal agencies.
Federal Financing bank................................. 9,775
Postal Service:
Public debt securities................................ -161,500
Agency securities................................... .........
Rural electrification and telephone revolving fund ......... ....
Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation..................... -1,225

Total public debt securities........................ -152,950
Total agency securities............................. ..........

Total Off-budget Federal agencies.................. -152,950

Grand Total............. .............................. -2,459,913

MEMORANDUM


-.9,900


608,011
-665


29,165
265


716.224
1.152.612


-6,340

-163


-26,258

291,876
-75,000
44,068
332



-22,959

48,368
314,931
-2,900
672,100
15
20,865

37,460
-50,000

1.038.290
-125,000

913,290'


-108,090;

715,0001
...........
-335
14,324;

620.899,
...........

620.899|

2,500.390
-


.29.505


-1,040,276
5,341


40.470
105


515.341
90.461


650

-319


-26.714

203,068

40,689
-286



5,054.858
..........
2.359
262,771
-4.000
324,548
18,607
10,536

26,171
..........

3,068,767

3.068.767
3.068.767


104,460

-310,426
-3,975
-1,627
20,650


-186,943 I
-3,975 [

-190,918

5,352.216


: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

134,697,169
1.340,000

136,037,169
-I-

124,125

1,431,200
............:
4,401
55,761 i

1,615.487 ,


1,615,487

148.052,209
I


.5,765

5.602.227
4.707


203,955
480


3,376,996
9,914,186
10

29,120

3,850


536,813

7,245,123
235,000
524,073
2,375



42,610,839
375,000
391,672
2,429,433
14,381
7,260,183
18,900
30,908

3,622,875
....... ....

138,007,718
1,215,000

139,222,718


6,260

2.307,700
............
4,066
71,310

2,389,336


2.389,3361

153,012,513


Investments in securities of privately uwned
Government-sponsored enterprises-
Milk market orders assessment fund ..................... -15 -15
Investments in non federal debt securities of farmers
home administration:
Postal Service.............................................................


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


-151


........... 200



... .. ... ... 20 0
A-


200 186



200 186


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


Close of
This Month


44.370


5,522,114
4,707


204,773
480


3,428.425
10,104,488
10

42,120

3,822


533,821

7,248,068
235,000
526,333
1.475



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

3,340.581


135,735,460
1,215.000
136,950,460


16,035

2,146,200

4,066
70,085

2,236.386


2,236,386

150,552,600


(-'l.l. hllLj .l lllll





TABLE V--COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS 27
BY MONTHS OF CURRENT FISCAL YEAR

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

Com-
| I Fiscal parable
Classification Oc. Nov. Dec Jan. Feb. March April May 'June July Aug. Sept. Year Period
I, Prior
Dale F.Y.


RECEIPTS

Individual income taxes........ 11,09512,531 12.662 18,85 38,370 5,777 18,476 '9,290 17,949 12,438 S12663 108,29
Corporation income taxes...... 1,027 699 7.633 1,694 948 8,719 7,974 1,096 14,379 i 1,538 45.707 34,922
Social insurance taxes and
contributions:
Employment taxes and
contributions .............. 5,308 7.775 5,826 6.511! 9,357 6,858 8,998 10,160 7,044 6,725 74,563 66,646
Unemployment insurance.... 503 1.205 -26 347 997 126 1.296 3,582 228 800 9,057 7,001
Contributions for other
insurance and retirement... 388 451 407 462 410 428 409 461 424 437 4.277 4,010
Excise taxes ................ 1,408 1,517 1,513 1,447 1,294 1,283 1,392 1,485 1,530 1.567 14.436 14,133
Estate and gift taxes .......... 417 570 502 504 1.890 625 376 501 437 505 6.326 4,307
Customs ..................... 345 392 412 381 347 466 393 427 504 446 4.114 3,536
Miscellaneous ................ 527 553 542 521 568 534 517 548 581 498 5 390 6.660

Total--receipts this
year'................. 21,018 25.694 29,471 29,954' 24.182 24,817 39,832 27,549 43.075 24.952 290.544 ........
T-,fal trirlprn,.r-yewar ... 19.316 21,867 25,997 25,533 20,825 20,086 33,146 22,535 37,617 22.589 ...... 249,511

OUTLAYS

Legislative Branch ........... 53 99 77 60 101 70 87 98 81 82 805 643
The Judiciary ................ 1 39 26 61 25 35 46 29 27 40 329 317
Executive Office of the
President ................... 5 6 6 6 5 9 6 6 9 6 64 65
Funds appropriated to the
President:
International security -1 1 -
assistance ............... 350 -410 -842 -925 157 350 233 477 -21 -321 951 1072
In ternational development
assistance ................ 102 156 242 20 149 121 128 166 149 116 1,350 1,688
Other ..................... 41 31 26 14 31 39 22 28 58 19 309 586
Department of Agriculture:
Foreign assistance, special
export programs and
Commodity Credit
Corporation............... 254 569 554 461 103 239 406 203 333 448 3,569 1,580
Other .................. 727 1.306 611 910 1.184 1.466 1 419 899 983 517 10,023 9,176
Department of Commerce......' 131 191 201 145 135 167 186 262 285 258 1,961 1.721
Department of Defense: ---
Military:
Department of the Army... 3,712 2.054 2.267 2,282 2,088 2,010 1,863 2.043 2.016 2,241 20.576 17,662
Department of the Navy.... 2.352 2.531 2.457 2,438 2,496 2,736 2,514 2,633 2.716 2,489 25,363 23,968
Department of Air Force ., 2,187 2,220 2,523 2.189 2.345 2,173 2,392 2,252 2.465 2,400 23,145 22.213
Defense agencies ......... 987 1,008 1.053 1,091 971 1.218 976 1.021 1,159 1,162 10,645 9,901
Civil defense............. 6 7 5 5 8 8 i- 6 8 25 77 77
Allowances undistributed .. .. .... ..... ..... ...... ...... ....... ...... ..... ...... ....... .. ........ .........
Total Military ......... 7.244 7,820 8,305 8,004 7,907 8,146 7,745 7.954 8,364 8,317 79.806 73.820
Civil...................... 194 218 171 182 116 111 159 198 198 222 1,768 1,724
Department of Health,
Education, and Welfare:
Social and Rehabilitation 1.495' 1.562 1.536 1,424 1,627 1,600 1.676 1,645 1,719 1,643 1 15,929 14.754
Service ..................
Federal old-age and
survivors insurance trust
fud..................... 5.805 5,914 5,841 5.878 5,962 5,949 5.997 5.951 7.142 6,321 60,760 54.543
Federal disability insurance
trust fund................ 912 915 924 935 959 978 959 968 975 1.011 I 9.535 8,188
Federal hospital insurance
trust fund................ 1,151 1,190 1,270 1,152 1,158 1,413 1 273 1.345 1.349 1.221 12,522 10.786
Federal supplementary
medical insurance trust
fund..................... 473 504 542 519 486 515 525 531 572 499 5,166 4,465
Other...................... 1,799 1,898 1,855 2.010 1.945 2,003 1 888 1.870 677 1,692 17,637 16.569

See footnotes on page 3.






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


O1 I. Nov. Dec.


Clab. lal l r .11 rII



-l'TT L.4A Y--C ..n inu,1,

DIpartrnt'iil -I Hous ing
and L'rtaii D %t lpn-ct ........
D.partmlcll .t f ILe nr l rl .i .....
[htpartnilunt A, Justlirt...........
[kl arlulrtii l ,I Labir
L'it'llpl lyn ntI rual und .....
OutI. r......................
N pa rtni t ul Stlte ............
Dt'parljrlntnl of TraiisportLation
Highu av trust uind ..........
Other ...................
Deparlntmenl of The Treasury"
Interesi nn the public debt ....
lnterreb oin refunds, etc. .. ..
Antirecession financial
asslstance fund.............
General revenue sharing .....
Other ............. ... ... .
Energy Research and Devel-
opnient Adninistration ........
Enlvi rtonmenlal Protection
Agency .....................
General Services
Adninistration ...............
National Aeronaulics and
Space Administration ........
Veterans Administration:
Compensation and pensions ...
National service life .........
Government service ife......
Other......................
Independent agencies:
Civil Service Commission ....
Postal Service...............
Small Business
Administration .............
Tennessee Valley Authority...
Clher ind. agencies..........
Undistributed offsetting re-
ceipts:
Federal employer contribu-
tuons tu retirement land .....
Interest credited o1 certain
accounts..................
Rents and Royalties on Outer
Continental SheLf Lands......

Total outlays--this year ...


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


-74

-71


,399
240
194

1.099
639
58

699
632

3.065
30

532
17
-357

342,

412

74

359

731
-2
3
991

711


352
103
409


-352

-187

-120
4- :- -4


.Jaln.


:590
277
215

1 357
574
80

558
569

6.421
21

9
10
-206

422

353

102

345

736
9
6
708

841


20
61
675



-308

3,546

-353


34.000 33.079 31.890


Surplus I ) or deficit (-1 this ,
year ........................ -12,981 -7 385 -2.419


See footnotes on page 3.
See l'oototes on pge 3.


I


F. April
Fe'b. i March April


.517
171
213

1.392
619
129

3621
631

2,881
151

329'
1.693
-252

326

312

-181

275

802
9
4
825

745


1
58
343


-378

-20

-61


E409 5583
216 212
165 203

1,492 1,569
546 744
111 132

297 344
485 528

2.774 2.754
23 24

1 i -
91 -41

366 380

284 458

-3 83

321 352

748 758
17 33
5 7
804 812

763 785
...... .......

47 37
45 58
-729 724



-323 -340

-196 -37

-70 -82


-_~ F


32.617 I 30.735



-2.664 -6.554


j~ij I -% .1 :


May






5301
235
190

1,207
683
61

415
482

2,997
261

6
24

458

339

103

309

750
9
4
886

746
500

18
94
498


-375

-130

-104


34,292 35,363 33,592



-9.475 I.4,469 -6.043


:510
302
195

1.187
643
88

303
595

2.878
23
313
1.671
127

409

286

-201

322

761
144
17
761

848


17
97
787



-330

-88
-57


F


iCorn-
parable
June Jul Aug. Sept. Year Period
STo Prior
Date F. Y.




5575 S568 4,791 I $5,417
264 175 2,340 1 1,772
229 188 1,9921 1,890

984 926 i 12.18111 14,596
771 840 6.55011 6,455
98 146 I 1,020,1 1,000

499 465 4,612 5.130
513 600 5.383 4,855

6,384 2,909 35,933 33,039
28 33 256 258

517 1,699 .
1,689 I 6.759'1 6302
-382 -218 -1,170, -173

459 442 3,871 3,273

416 368 3,502 2,840

70 -103 -1571 -152

314 299 3,265 3,023

758 753 7,484 6,937
-3 5 219 185
4 4 58j 58
460 572 7,511 8,440

850 871 7,952 7,209
..... ...... 2,266 567

49 3 570 154
136 126 901 839
716 697 5,152 6,439
I


-332 -340 -3,371 -3,638

-3.559 -15 -7,851 -7,534

-320 -983 -2,222 -2,422

32,881 33,630 332,0800 ........
3... .. ......
ll~ A. 6 (.- 31 .. ..


-10.194 -8,678 -41,536 ........

'A ... .E.E.J'






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


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

Classification Excess of Excess of
receipts receipts Beguinning of
Recepts Outlays or out- Receipts Outlays or out- Closeof
lays(-) lays(-) This year his month th on


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

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

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

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

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


M4,964
673
1,053

189
247




574

34
800
4



8,648

980

9.628

16.303

7


Total Federal fund receipts and
outlays........................ 16,310


Total interfund receipts and outlays ....

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


-987


24,952


$6,244 -?1,280
1,001 -327
1,204 -150

30 159
580 -333

(*) ()
-19 19
55 54
1,689 -1,689
478 96
-380 380
324 -289
784 16
7 -7
4


11,996

980

12,976

21,634
7


21,641
-987


33,630


-3,348


$54,870
7,239
10,998

1,806
2,471


970
4,991
5,302

1.456
9.057
41



99,201


-56,025
8,980
10,669

715
2,421

-334
-673
263
6,759
4,105
-2,132
2,674
8.552
-225
-146


-N1,155
-1,741
329

1,091
50

334
673
708
-1,768
1,197
2,132
-1,218
504
225
187


:37,055
6,453
11,009

1,244
42,841

2,471
6,607
2,712

8,952

3,353
4,914
8,309
117


-35,949
5,043
11,538
2.207
43.190

2,835
7,260
3,377
9,914

3.623
5,602
8,541
142


-34,697
4,709
11,201

2,293
42,846

2,832
7,279
3,428

10,104
3.341
5.522
8.543
153


-4- 4 P


97,653


1,549


22,508 22,508 -0-


-3.348 i 121,709 :120.161


-5.330 196,
-0-

-5,330 196,


333 239.418

205 I 205
538 239623
538 : 239.623


-0- -27.704 -27.704


-8,678 290,544 332.080


1,549,

-43.084
-0-


-43,084
-6-
-41,536
-41,536


136,037


139,221


136,950


See footnotes on page 3.

Note: Interfund receipts and outlays are transactions between Federal funds and trust funds, such as, Federal payments and contributions, Federal
employer contributions, and interest and profits on investments in Federal securities. They have no net effect on overall budget receipts and
outlays since the receipt side of such transactions is offset against budget outlays. In this table, interfund receipts are shown as an adjustment
to arrive at total receipts and outlays of trust funds and Federal funds respectively. Included in total interfund receipts and outlays are $4,991
million in federal funds transferred to trust funds for general revenue sharing.


---






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


Total Buudciet


Source
This Month


NET RECEIPTS

Individual income taxes .................................................. .... .12,437,508
Corporation Income taxes ............... ..................................... 1,538.434
Social Insurance taxes and contributions:
Employment taxes and contributions........................................... 6.724,582
Unemployment insurance.................................................... 800,072
Contribution for other Insurance and retirement ................................... 436.616
Excise taxes................................................................. 1,566.508
Estate and gft taxes ........................................................... 504.997
Customs....................... .............................. ............................. 445575
Miscellaneous..................... ............. ............................. .. 497,528

Total.................................... ............. .................... 24,951,819
OUTLAYS

National defense............................................... ................ 8004,337
International affairs........................................................... 463,302
General science, space, and technology ......................................... 356,797
Natural resources, environment, and energy ...................... ............ 1.266,001
Agriculture................................ .. .......................... .......... 333,864
Commerce and transportation ....................... ............................ 978,305
Community and regional development ............................................ 626,651
Education, training, employment and social services ............................. 1.656,451
Health........................... ..................... ............. .................. 33.114,605
Income security............................................................... 11,590.430
Veterans benefits and services.................................................. 1.337,684
Law enforcement and justice ................................................... 290,967
General government ....................................... .................... 198,353
Revenue sharing and general purpose fiscal assistance ........................... 2.257.282
Interest ...................................... ............................... 2,493,557
Undistributed offsetting receipts ................................................ -1,338.418

Total.............................................. ...................... 33,630.170


Fiscal Year
To Date



;126,673,137
45.707.285

74,563,497
9,056,617
4,277.330
14.436,449
6.326,019
4.113,608
5.389.897

290.543.839


79,331,723
4,307.535
3,713,110
11.521,760
4.311.432
11,880,339
5,578,144
15,831,403
32,105,874
114.119,887
15.285,207
3,052,974
2,663,914
9,294,726
32,525,495
-13,443.998
332,079.526


Comparable Period
Prior Fiscal Year



:108,296.827
34.921,977

66,645,652
7,001.478
4.009,754
14,132,636
4,306,550
3,536,039
6,659,956
249,510,867


75,200,737
5,072,484
3,728,319
9,925,096
1,356,955
12,608,607
4,496,981
14,684,708
28,864,484
107,282,301
15,651,105
2,879,466
2,561,017
6.968,375
30,766,338
-13,593,922
308,456,051


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