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Monthly Treasury Statement of


Receipts and Outlays of the United States Gov
for period from October 1, 1978 through August 31, 1979

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

Budget Receipts and Outlays Means o6


Period


Current month (August 1979) .................
Actual 1979 (eleven months) .................

Comparative data:
Actual 1978 (eleven months) ...............
Actual 1978 (full year).....................
Estimated 19791 ..........................
Estimated 19801............................


Net
Receipts


s39.353
418,645


359.407
401,997
466,497
513,865


Net
Outlays


854,279
463,596


411,951
450,758
496,758
547,092


Budget
Surplus (.)
or
Deficit (-)


-414,926]
-44.951


-52,544
-48,761
-30,261
-33,227


By
Borrowing
from the
Public


By Reduction
of Cash
and Monetary
Assets
Increase (-1


13,268 $6,535
29,391 16,154


56,285 6,709
59,106 -3,023
31,200 9,944
42,887 ................


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


Classification


NET RECEIPTS


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

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

NET OUTLAYS

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

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


Actual
This Month


Actual
This Fiscal
Year to Date


117.215
1,368

13,577
2,47
740
1,498
534
689
886


Actual
Comparable
Prior Period


$194,499
56,043

109,764
15,232
5,786
17,085
4,976
6,879
8,379


Budget
Estimates
Full Fiscal Year'


8160,104
50,199

96,039
13,687
5,169
16,739
4.840
5,963
6,666


39,353 418,645 359,407
I---- -~4 ..... -


97
55
8
311
125
-40
913
258
10,547
305
743
25,930
1,009
503 I
215
2,240
348
1,518

....................
4,671
-89 1
461
81
413 1
2,556
2,205 1
.,...................

-565
-222
-316

54.279


993
446
75

644
1.392
170
19,729
3,794
105,660
2,561
7.324
174,772
8,392
3,509
2,331
20,795
1,426
14,023


6,847
55,477
-1,777
4,375
83
3,801
19,290
24,298

-4,311
-9.856
-2.668

463.596


2,282
1,389
678
18,503
4,732
94,239
2,210
5,538
148.408
7.071
2.959
2.211
21,222
1,178
12,120


6,823
45,067
962
3.641
25
3,632
17,522
22,807
.....................

-4,077
-8.445
-2,161

411,951


Surplus (-) or deficit (-) ....................... .... ..... -14,

See footnotes on page 3.
Source: Bureau of Government Financial Operations, Department of the Treasury.


-10,450
-7,323
-10,883
-9,660


52,544
48,761
30,261
33,227


2216,642
67,792

119,854
15,296
6,170
18,608
5,380
7,400
9,355
466,497


1,220
511
89

2,517
1,566
983
21.459
4.123
112.815
2.894
7.554
181,936
8,866
4,004
2.542
23 387
1.479
15.291

6,852
60.100
-1.636
4.386
121
4.239
20.269
27,574

-5.391
-9.783
-3.209
496.758


-30,361


926 1
1 .


-44,951


-52.544





I J





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


Classiflc;tion of
Receipts


Individual income taxes:
W ithheld...........................................
Presidential Election Campaign Fund .................
Other ..............................................

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

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

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

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

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


This Month I

Gross Refunds Net
Receipts (Deduct) Receipts


$16,951,727
3.308
1,041,033

17,996.067 "781,288 17,214,7791

1,660.880 i 293,362 1,367,518



6,883.000 .......... 6,883,000


.............. ..........
3,390,623 .........


...........
3.390,623
i


10,273,623 .......... 10,273,623
4-- ... ,--

1.193,000 .......... 1,193,000

32508 .. 32508


Total--FDI trust fund ........................ 1,225,508 .........


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 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 .....


1,669.000 ..........
.... ......... ...... ..

46 403 .........
2,040 .........
1,717,443 ..........

360.251 -327

13.576,825 -327
__ #~


2,382,896
464,000
2,715


Total--Unemployment trust fund ............... 2,849.611


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


382,695
42,615

425,310


306,618
1,932
127


308,677 ..........
-=1---_


..........
2,795


2.795


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

..........



..........


1,225,508
t

1,669.000


46.403
2,040
1,717,443
--- ,--

360,578

13,577.152


2,382,896
461,205
2,715

2,846,816


382,695
42,615

425,310


306,618
1,932
127

308,677


Current Fiscal Year to Date

Gross Refunds Net
Receipts (Deduct) Receipts


64,624,444 449,013
3,422,877 ............
9.545,749 ............

77,593,070 449,013

11,321,398 82,032
617,625 1..........
1,107,973 ............


13,046,996


82,032


15,551,332 1 105,390
575,796 ............
175,600 ............
1,475,884 ............
15,586 ............
17,794,199 i 105,390


1,967,044


424


-I
10,401,309 636,859


12,183,510 .........
2,936,000 49,047
161,876 ............

15.281,387 49.047
--------=- --


2.339,324
262,281

2,601,605


3,104,281
19,032
1,473

3,124,786


I


8194,499,496

56,043,462



64,175,431
3,422,877
9,545,749

77,144.057

11,239,366
617,625
1,107,973

12,964,964


15,445,942
575,796
175,600
1,475,884
15,586
17,688,809

1,966,621 +

109,764,451


12,183,510
2,886,953
161,876

15,232,340


............ 2,339,324
............ 262,281

............ 2,601,605


............ 3,104,281
............ 19,032
............ 1,473

............ 3,124,786


Comparable Penod Prior Fiscal Year


Gross
Receipts


Refunds
(Deduct)


--Ii

S150,371,962
38,940
41,449,694

191.860,596 $31,756,316

55,226,717 5,027,830



57,130,097 387,225
3,026,491 ...........
8,614,956 ...........

68,771.544 387,225


9,633.877
423,162 .
977,706 ..

11,034.746


13.028,139
448,956
196,506
1,411,459
12.679, .
15,097.739 '

1,653,874

96,557,902


10.926,022
2,632,007
169,221 ..

13,727,250


1,994,878
219,397

2,214,274


2,880,801
16,895 ..
1,310


50,900


50,900


79,600




79,600

720

518.445


39,979


39,979 I




.*..-.- 4


2,899,005 ...........


Net
Receipts






2160, 104.279

50,198.887



56,742.872
3.026.491
8,614.956

68,384.319

9,582.977
423,162
977.706

10.983.846


12.948,539
448,956
196,506
1,411.459
12,679
15,018,139

1,653,154

96,039,457


10.926,022
2,592,028
169,221

13,687.271


1,994,878
219,397

2,214,274


2,880,801
16,895
1,310

2,899,005


--~ ---I


;


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

This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year
Classification of
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........ $6,071 ......... 16,071 rf59,566 .......... $59,566 $55,560 .......... $55,560

Total--Cu...ributions for other insurance and
retirement................................. 740,059 ......... 740,059 5,785,957 .......... 5,785,957 5,168,840 .......... 5,168,840

Total--Social insurance taxes and contributions...... 17,166,495 $2,469 17,164,027 131,468,653 8685,906 130,782,747 115,453,992 $558,424 114,895,568

Excise taxes:
Miscellaneous excise taxes ........................ 672,380 15,854 656,525 9,017,065 149,974 8,867,091 9,294,309 138,381 9,155,928
Airport and airway trust fund ....................... 143,307 580 142,727 1,394,123 1,866 1,392,257 1,202,538 2,008 1,200,530
Highway trust fund................................. 667,872 619 667,252 6,755,235 133,422 6,621,812 6,445,982 137,447 6,308,534
Black lung disability trust fund....................... 31,081 ......... 31,081 203,414 .......... 203,414 74,050 .......... 74,050

Total--Excise taxes......................... ....... 1,514,640 17,054 1,497,586 17,369,838 285,262 17,084,576 17,016,879 277,837 16,739,042

Estate and gift taxes .................................. 539,443 5,703 533,740 5,073,622 97,157 4,976,466 4,929,585 89,561 4,840,025

Customs duties ....................................... 708,017 19,431 688,587 7,056,679 177,407 6,879,272 6,105,973 142,808 5,963,165

Miscellaneous receipts:
Deposits of earnings by Federal Reserve Banks........ 808,121 ......... 808,121 7,526,248 .......... 7,526,248 5,967,760 ........ 5,967,760
All other ......................................... 78,563 251 78,312 854,258 1,816 852,442 698,638 721 697,917

Total--Miscellaneous receipts ..................... 886,684 251 886,433 8,380,506 1,816 8,378,690 6,666,398 721 6,665,677

Total--Budget receipts ........................... 40,472,227 1,119,558 39,352,669 458,703,993 40,059,285 418,644,708 397,260,142 37,853,498 359,406,644


Note: Throughout this statement, details may not add to totals due to rounding.



FOOTNOTES


Based on the revision of the Mid-Session Review of the 1980 Budget re-
leased on July 31, 1979; adjusted to include revised estimates for the Energy
Security Program and Department of Defense increases.
SLnc.iades adjustments to amounts previously reported.
?Includes benefit payments customarily paid in September. These payments
were made on August 31 as provided by the early check provision in Public
Law 95-216.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency was activated on March 25,
1979, in accordance with Reorganization Plan No. 3 of 1978. Activity of FEMA
in this statement represents transactions resulting from appropriations made
to irie existing component agencies and functions.
The 'iffic- of Personnel Management and the Merit System Protection
Board were established on December 29, 1978, pursuant to Reorganization
Plan No. 2 and the Civil Service Reform Act of 1978. These agencies assume
the r-sp ,nrsibilti-s formerly vested in the U.S. Civil Service Commission.


6Effective November 2,1978. Treasuryimplemented investments authority
provision of Public Law 94-147, enacted October 28, 1977. The law permits
Federal depositaries to select either a Note or Remittance Option tax and
loan account. The balance of Treasury operating case at Note Option deposi-
taries is referred to as "Tax and LoanNote Accounts". The balances in those
depositaries choosing the Remittance Option are included in the "Federal
Reserve account" category.
'Effective January I, 1979, the profit on the sale of Treasury-held gold
was reclassified from a proprietary receipt offset against Treasury outlays
to a transaction not applied to the current year's surplus or deficit.
Postal Service reporting is on a full calendar month basis and is partially
estimated. Data from August 10 to August 31 is derived from the Postal Serv-
ice consolidated accelerated reporting system.
*Less than $500.00
**Less than $500,000.00







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


Classification of
OUTLAYS



Legislative Branch:
Senate ...............................................
House of Representatives...............................
Joint Items...........................................
Congressional Budget Office ............................
Architect of the Capitol................................
Library of Congress ...................................
Government Printing Office:
Revolving fund (net) ......... ........................
General fund appropriations...........................
General Accounting Office ..............................
United States Tax Court ...............................
Other Legislative Branch Agencies ......................
Proprietary receipts from the public.....................
Intrabudgetary transactions.............................

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

The Judiciary:
Supreme Court of the United States ......................
Courts of Appeals, District Courts, and other
Judicial Services ...................................
Other ...............................................
Proprietary receipts from the public....................
Intrabudgetary transactions.............................

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

Executive Office of the President:
Compensation of the President and the
White House Office ....................................
Office of Management and Budget........................
Other................................................

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

Funds Appropriated to the President:
Appalachian Regional Development Programs.............
Disaster relief .....................................
Foreign Assistance:
International Security Assistance:
Military assistance ................................
Foreign military credit sales .......................
Security supporting assistance .....................
Advances, foreign military sales...................
Other......................................................
Proprietary receipts from the public:
Advances, foreign military sales.................
Other........................................

Total--International Security Assistance ........

International Development Assistance:
Multilateral Assistance:
Contributions to International Financial
Institutions:
International development association...........


This Month


Outlays Applicable
Receipts


i

i14.786
25.605
550
785
7,323
15.238

8,706
8.447
14.871
706
1.876
...............
-61,

98.831
-4-


.............
17
............
............o
............
............




............
............
1,392
............

1.398


1,320 ............

50.895 ...........
2,641 ..........
............. 163

54,857 163


2,135 ............
2,536 1............
3.185 ''I

7HR57 i '


27.577 ............
32,217 ...........


18,542 ............
6,744 ............
95,230 ............
126,832 ............
1,673 ....... ....

...... 2 213,804
....... 23,757

549.021 237,561


Current Fiscal Year


Net
Outlays


e14,786
25,598
550
785:
7,323
15,238

8,706
8.447
14,871
7061
1.876
-1,392
-61

97,433


1,320


Outlays Applicable
Ouays Receipts


.155.289
277.406
45.275
9,070
85,809
149,736

747
100,161
165,762
8,302
15,424

-669

1,012,312


9,050


50.895 411,268
2,641 27,008
-163...............


54,694 [ 447,326


2,135 15,190
2,536 28,368
3,185 31,073

7,857 74,631


-213.804
-23,757

311,459


121,788
391,921
1,724,650
6,264,818
23,324


8,526,501





375,621


............
884
............
............o
............
............

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



18,760

......18,844
18,844


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


Net
Outlays


!155,289
277,322
45,275
9,070
85,809
149,7361

747
100,161
165.762
8,302
15,424
-18,760
-669

993,468


9,050


............ 411,268
27,008,
............ 27,008
1,569 -1,569
....... .... ..............

1,569 445,756



i............ 15,190
124 28,244
1 31,072

125 74,506


3 i 270.893


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




7,593,239
288,775

7,882,014





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


234,797


121,788
391,921
1,724,650
6,264,818
23,324

-7,593,239
-288,775

644,487


375,621


Comparable Period Prior Fiscil Year


Outlays Applicable
Receipts


!144,596
264.016
53,678
9.203
93,415
134,312

-6,574
108.623
153.603
8,267
12,560

-385

975,316


.............
860



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

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




12,075
.............143

12.143


8,022 .............


348,582
53.539

-31,100

379,044


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

1,152

1.152..
1,152


15,458 .............
27,237 .............
26,239 .............

68,934 .............


229,958 17
345,994 .............
-- ---I


158,001
411,527
1,713,708
7,807,186
17,370


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

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

7,526,320
299,294


10,107,792 7,825.615





316,017 .............


See footnotes on page 3.


Net
Outlays


S144.596
263.948
53.678
9.203
93,415
134.312

-6.574
108.623
153.603
8.267
12,560
-12.075
-385

963,172


8,022

348,582
53,539
-1,152
-31,100

377.892



15,458
27,237
26,239

68.934


229,941
345,994


158.001
411,527
1,713,706
7,807.186
17,370

-7.526,320
-299.294

2.282,178


316,017


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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 Applicable Net s Applicable Net Ou s Applicable Net
OUTLAYS--Continued Oulays receipts Outlays outlay I Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlaty


Funds Appropriated to the President--Continued
Foreign Assistance--Continued
International Development-Assistance--Continued
Multilateral Assistance--Continued
Contributions to International Financial
Institutions--Continued
Inter-American development bank ............
Other ......................................
Payment to the International Fund for
Agricultural Development ....................
International organizations and programs........
Bilateral Assistance:
Public enterprise funds:
Overseas Private Investment Corporation .....
Inter-American Foundation ..................
Other......................................
Functional development assistance program .....
Payment to Foreign Service retirement and
disability fund...............................
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......

Total--Foreign Assistance......................

Petroleum Reserves:
Energy Supply ....................................
Proprietary receipts from the public ...............
Other..............................................

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

Department uf Agriculture-
Departmental Administration.........................
Office of the Inspector General.......................
Science and Education Administration:
Agricultural Research ............................
Cooperatlle Research.............................
Extension activities ...............................
Other...........................................
Economics, statistics, and cooperative service........
Foreign Agricultural Service ........................
ForeLgn Assistance Pr'..gram.........................
Aericulturai Stabilization and Conservation Service:
Salaries and expenses.............................
Agritul1lLral conservation program .................
Other.. ........................................
Federal C.- p Insurance Corporation..................
Comnjdit Crr-dit Corporation:
Price sjppolrt and related programs ................
Intrago.ernmenlal funds ...........................
Natt..nal Wa.. Act program ........................

Total--CImnn..ditv Credit Corporation ..............

Rural Electrification Administration (salaries and
expernsesi..................,.................... .


39,492 ...........
30,753 ...........


-390
724
6,337
57,421



20,808
5,841

90,740


t9,492
30,753


48i819 .......... 48819


88,302
6
513





46,355


55,175


-8,692
718
5,824
57,421



20,808
5,841
-46,355


35,565


$214,629
71,265


5,802
9,143
64,897
737,982

24,820

215,116
117,328

1,175,086


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


$72,036
332
12,162



..5.......

560,351


644,882


$214,629
71.265


............
200,124


-66,235
8,810
52,734
737,982

24,820

215,116
117,328
-560,351


530,204


$357,841.............
153,171.............

19,600 ..............
172,788 ..............


1,401
6,615
68,436
546,977

21,450

189,416
113,894

948,189


$65,136
353
9,495





503,207

578,191


8357,841
153,171

19,600
172,788


-63,734
6,262
58,941
546,977

21,450

189,416
113,894
-503,207

369,998


179.805 55,175 124,630 2,036,725 644,882 1.391,843 1,967.605 578,191 1,389,415

4,107 ........... 4,107 44,802 ............ 44,802 27,993 .............. 27,993
60 ........... 60 2,987 ............ 2,987 3,443.............. 3.443


732,993


292,736


.............. 103,939
231 ...........


793,017


15,687
2,606

28,550
14,363
20,272
1,758
6,246
3,890
86,148

12,733
15,127
8,024
6,807

516,071
496

516.567


1,887


396,675


440,256


............
-103,939
231


396,342


10,611,015 8,526,896


21,598

40,464


11,178,770


445,768
............


8,972,667


2,084,119


21,598
-445,768
40,464


2,206,103


12,106,831


351,621
.............
15:

13,034.55


4


8,403,806


3,703,029


.0 ............. 351,620
280,786 -280,786
1 ............. 151


7


8,684,609


-4 4 -4--- -4---- -4----~-;r


........... 15,687
........... 2,606

........... 28,550
........... 14,363
........... 20,272
........... 1,758
........... 6,246
........... 3,890
........... 86,148

........... 12,733
........... 15.127
........... 8,024
4.143 2,664

869,658 -353,587
........... 496

869,658 -353,091

.......... 1,887
~,I


45,953
29,542

317,532
135,079
233,576
13,510
73,912
45,293
729,470

199,852
212.892
44,749
67,511

10,137,443
38.700

10.176,143

21,821


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







78,969

6,267,866


6,267,866


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


45,953
29,542

317,532
135,079
233.576
13,510
73,912
45,293
729,470
1In O o


3,1


3,9


-306
26,625

287,008
121,240
228,742
14,484
66,630
41,215
604,298
101 001


LUOi7;U OSQ0QJ
212,892 207,356 .............
44,749 38.926 .............
-11.457 133,773 73.407

869,577 11,437,031 6,048,880
..7..... 50,000 .............
38,700 32,590 .............

908,277 11,519.621 6,048,880

21.821 21,791 .........
1 .. .. ... .I ... .. .. .. ..


4.349,948


-306
26,625

287,008
121,240
228,742
14,484
66,630
41.215
604.298

181,831
207.356
38.926
60,366

5.388,151
50.000
32,590

5,470,741

21.791


---~~-~- -~


......' ..20.24
200.124


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


Cl.assificatll)on of
OUTLAYS- -Continued



D'p.irt menif if A ri'iIllur- -Couiinued
F.lrinii s HorIne Adllministration.
Putl, iCtl'l' rprl'l .s tulnas.
Rui.l i iu.siiii i insurance fuNid.................... .
AgriA Ultural crt'dit insurance fund ...............
Rural develupinent insurance fund ...............
O their. ..... ..................................
Rural water and waste dispusal grants ..............
Salaries and expenses .............................
Olher..........................................

Total- -Farmers Homne Administration .............

Soil Conservation Service:
Cunnervatiun operations...........................
Watershed and flood prevention operations...........
Other............................................
Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service ...........
Federal Grain Inspection Service .....................
Agricultural Marketing Service ......................
Food Safety and Quality Service.
Salaries and expenses.............................
Funds tur strengthening markets, income, and
supply ........... ..............................
Expenses and refunds, inspection and grading of
farm products ..................................
Food and Nutrition Service:
Food program administration ......................
Food stamp program ..............................
Special milk program .............................
Child nutrition programs ..........................
Special supplemental food programs (WIC)..........
Food donations program ...........................

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

Forest Service:
Forest management, protection and utilization.......
Construction and land acquisition ..................
Forest roads and trails ...........................
Forest Service permanent appropriations............
Cooperative work ................................
Other............................................

Total--Foresi Service...........................

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

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

Department of Commerce:
General Administration..............................
Bureau of the Census................................
Economic and Statistical Analysis ...................


This Month


Ou las Applicable
Ouls Receipts





-786.609' 768,075
570.348 534.205
222.819 198,759
-234 91
30.866..........
14,054 .........
5,032 ..........

1.629,494' 1,501.129


20.799 ..........
24,307 ..........
6.535 ..........
20,381 ..........
1,642 .........
5,437 2,000

20,734 ..........

10,904 ..........

3,870 ..........

5.792 ..........
577.800 ..........
4,642 ..........
128.772 ..........
47.686 ..........
5,403 .........

770,095 ..........
a -j

105,220 ..........
11,543 ..........
29.971 ..........
8,774 ..........
8.158 ..........
20,019 ..........

183,685 ..........

2,808 .......
............... 144,613
-7,303 ..........

3,434,053 2,521,543


674
31,179
1.533


Net
Outlays





18,534
36,143
24.060
-324
30,866
14,054
5,032

128,365


Current Fiscal Year to Dale


Outlavs Applicable
Receipts Ou





T5,491,952 25,054,995
8,442,167 7,222,225 1
1.439,496 1,270,604
-1.385 643
260,774...........
191,906...........
44,873 ............

15,869,782 13.548,466 2


20,799 237,228
24,307 204,164
6,535 67,947
20,381 211,989
1,642 17,125
3,437 66,189

20,734 259.236

10,904 268,681

3.870 42,013

5,792 64,910
577.800 6,210,988
4,642 131,307
128.772 2,747,524
47.686 490.907
5,403 37,455

770,095 9.683,091


105,220 859.951
11,543 111.729
29.971 173,390
8,774 356,742
8,158 23,945
20,019 74,838

183,685 1,600,596

2,808 20,827
-144,613 ...........
-7,303 -79,588


912,510 40,816,117


674 25,883
31,179 169,081
1,533 15,052


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






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




............
1
22,255




............
............
............
............ .
............
............
I ,
.. .


6

2


Comiparablh PIn) rl, d Pri'r Fi.cal Year


Net
itlays





?436,957
.219,942
168,892
-2,027
260,774
191,906
44,873

,321,316


237,228
204,164
67,947
211,989
17,125
43,934

259,236

268,681

42,013

64,910
.210,988
131,307
,747,524
490,907
37,455


9,683,091


859.951
111,729
173,390
356,742
23,945
74,838

1,600,596


I- = -t
............ 20,827
1,169,215 -1,169,215
............ -79,588

21,086,772 19,729,346


............ 25,883
............ 169,081
............ 15,052


Outlays





"6.383.986
6.244,639
1.233.785
-2.969
155,067
175,949
28,571

14,219,029


Applicable
Receipts


'6.091.253
5,646,479
1.144,602
529

...........882,863

12.882,863


Net
Outlaw i




:292.733
598.160
89.183
-3,498
155.067
175.949
28.571

1.336,166


227,074 ........... 227.074
153,844 ............ 153,844
74,045 ............ 74,045
185,039 ........... 185.039
9.971 9,971
65,964 21,909 44.055

240.693 ........... 240,693

255,033 ...........255,033

42,090 ............ 42,090
____0L --- -
62,297 ............ 62.297
5.021.105 ............ 5.021,105
134,893 ............ 134,893
2.324,791 ............ 2.324.791
333,035 .......... 333,035
43.267 ............ 43,267

7,919,388 ............ 7,919,388


724,462
55.664
146,905
321,904
67.869
74,417

1,391,222

16,323

-28,839

38,264,112


22,575
108,074
13,269


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


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

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


733,861


19,760.920


..- .


724,462
55,664
146,905
321,904
67.869
74.417

1.391.222

16,323
-733,861
-28,839

18.503,192


22,575
108,074
13,269


See footnotes on page 3.


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


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


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


Classification of
OUTLAYS--Continued


Department of Commerce--Continued
Economic Development Assistance:
Economic Development Administration:
Economic development assistance programs ........
Local public works program ......................
Other..........................................
Regional Action Planning Commissions...............

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

Promotion of Industry and Commerce..................
Science and Technology:
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.....
Patent and Trademark Office .......................
Science and Technical Research.....................
National Telecommunications and Information
Administration ...................................

Total--Science and Technology ...................

Maritime Administration:
Public enterprise funds.............................
Ship construction ..................................
Operating-differential subsidies.....................
O Lher................................. .... ......
Proprietary receipts from the public...................
Intrabudgetary transactions...........................

Tutal--Department of Commerce ...................

Department of Delense--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 ................................ .

Tutal--Operation and Maintenance.................

Procurement:
Department of the Army .. ........................
Department of the Navy. .. .........................
Department of the Air For:e .......................
Defense agencies ..................................

Tutal--Procurement ............................


Outlays


$28,693
71,650
2,052
9,371

111,765


This Month

Applicable
Receipts





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

F6,841
6,841............
6,841


Net
Outlays


$28,693
71,650
-4,789
9,371

104.924


Current Fiscal Year to Date


Outlays


$394,883
1,675,216
72,721
100,684

2,243,505


Applicable
Receipts







159,313


59,313


Net
Outlays





$394,883
1,675,216
13,408
100,684

2,184,192


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year


Outlays


$307,449
2,738,255
191,881
97,939

3.335.524


Applicable
Receipts






..............
$54,400


54.400


12,768 ............ 12,768 134,448 ............. 134.448 130,060 ....130,060


53.561
7.228
7.907

2.246

70.943


1,696
17,909
24,080
6,564

-3,539


112




112


3,830


7,266


275,572 18,049


978,714
776.432
740,841

2,495,987

876.434

938,188
1,151.067
993,236
269.015


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

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

n _

S ......' ....'
.... ........
.. ..........


3.351,506...........


402.142
1.031.876
900,235
24.951

2,359,204


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

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


53.449
7,228
7,907

2,246

70,831


4'


-2,134
17,909
24,080
6,564
-7,266
-3.539

257,523



978,714
776,432
740,841

2,495.987

876,434

938,188
1,151,067
993.236
269,015


3,351.506


402,142
1,031.876
900.235
24.951

2.359.204


659,650
89,636
91,849

19,048

860,182


30,780
183,570
276,663
67,742

-44.930

3,961.975



10.023,835
8,347,047
7,662,811

26.033,692

9.335,679

9.520,823
11.209.354
9,698,706
2,996.421


33,425,304


4,239,990
10,875,905
8.192,468
220.011

23,528,374


1,789
.............
.............

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

1,789


55,392



51,906


.......68,401.....
168,401



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


657,861
89,636
91,849

19,048

858,393


-24,613
183,570
276,663
67,742
-51,906
-44,930

3,793,574



10,023,835
8,347,047
7,662,811

26,033,692

9,335,679

9,520,823
11,209,354
9,698,706
2,996,421

33.425,304


4,239,990
10.875,905
8,192,468
220,011

23,528,374


619,181
84,915
85,831

3,311

793,238


107,707
144,565
263,153
67,412

-43,943

4,941.634



9,557,595
7,921,121
7,262.901

24,741,617

8,350,255

8,691,690
10.203,154
8,863,865
2,644.278

30,402.987


3,099.781
8,458.158
6,686,263
196,975

18,441.177


1,680


1,680


40,732
..............





..............
112.722



..............
209,534





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


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

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

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


Net
Outlays


$307,449
2,738,255
137.481
97,939

3.281.124


617,501
84,915
85,831

3,311

791,558


66.974
144,565
263,153
67,412
-112,722
-43,943

4,732,100



9.557.595
7.921,121
7,262,901

24,741.617

8,350,255

8.691,690
10.203,154
8,863,865
2,644,278

30.402,987


3,099,781
8,458,158
6,686,263
196,975
18,441,177


--


----~- --


i__


~


I


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


1 L.


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






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


C'l:assifcation of
OUTLAYS--Continued



Department of Defense--Military--Continued
Research. Developznent, 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 A-my .........................
Department of the Navy ........................
Department of the Air Force....................
Defense agencies ...............................

Total--Military Construction..................

Family Housing ..................................
Revolving and Management Funds:
Public Enterprise Funds.........................
Intragovernmental Funds:
Department of.the Army .......................
Department of the Navy........................
Department of the Air Force ...................
Defense Agencies ............................
Other........................ ..................
Proprietary receipts from the public ...............
Intrabudgetary transactions.......................

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

Department of Defense--Civil:
Corps of Engineers.
General Investigations .........................
Construction, general ..........................
Operations and maintenance, general .............
Flood control...............................
Other .........................................
Proprietary receipts from the public .............

Total--Corps of Engineers.....................

The Panama Canal:
Canal Zone Government .........................
Panama Canal Company .........................
Proprietary receipts from the public..............
Intrabudgetary transactions......................
Other ...........................................
Proprietary receipts from the public................

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

Department of Energy....................,.........

Department of Health, Education, and Welfare:
Public Health Service:
Food and Drug Administration ..................
Health Services Administration:
Health services..................... .........
Indian health services and facilities.............
Emergency health........... ..................
Center for Disease ControL....................


This Month

Outlas Applicable
Outlaws Receipts


8207,961
357,456
376,388
87 659


1,029,464


45,238
64,258
55.485
-14,001

150,981

129,874

135

20,484
78,835
-3.032
113,315
16,353
..............
1,751

10,621,290



12,929
188,442
81,399
32.704
-2,223


313,251


5.394
26,996

-2.291
2,130
..............


345,479

807,619



26,807

120,727
45,770
........ 425
21.425


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

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

879

233




............
9,763
64,362
............

74.437



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








............
3,972

3,972



34,502
1.336

31
274


I -I


40,115

64,565



748


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


Current Fiscal Year to Dale


Outlays



12,212,913
3,434,764
3,809,071
763,404


Net
Outlays



t207,961
357,456
376,388
87,659


1,029,464


45,238
64,258
55.485
-14,001

150,981

129,795

-98

20,484
78,835
-3,032
113,315
6,590
-64,362
1,751

10,546,853



12,929
188.442
81,399
32,704
-2,223
-3,972

309.279


5,394
-7,507
-1,336
-2,291
2,099
-274

305,364

743,053



26,059

120,727
45,770

21,425


636.897
686,839
551,897
2,125

1,877,758

1,321,451

1,381

127,420
242,991
-40,919
60,968
190,457

4,718

106,329,425



110,445
1,428,526
709,486
213,592
157,390


2,619,439


61,285
307,434

-19,198
22,508


2,991,467

7,968,639



287,534

1,047,685
505,233
3
214,781


Applicable
Receipts



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


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


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



t2,804

2,856

............
............
............
............
175,777
488,209
............

669,647



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


51,940

51,940


............o
333,129
42,196

282
2,934

430,481

644,729



6,866


Comparable

s utlays
vs



2,913 82,130,094
14,764 3,503,917
19.071 3,310,652
53,404 653.731


10,220,151 9,598,394


636,897 674,525
686,839 573.663
551,897 I 475,046
2,125 20,674

1,877,758 1,743,907

1,318,647 i 1,270,457

-1,475 1,439

127,420 -89,842
242,991 28,523
-40,919 57,349
60,968 -98,412
14,679 137,997
-488,209..........
4,718 6,345

105,659,778 94,592,193



110,445 82,064
1,428.526 1,204,048
709,486 652,192
213,592 192,944
157,390 138,678
-51,940 ............

2,567,499 2,269.926


Period Prior Fiscal Year

Applicable Nel
Receipts Outlays



............ 82.130,094
............ 3,503,917
............ 3,310.652
............ 653,731


............ 9,598.394


............ 674.525
............ 573.663
............ 475.046
............ 20.674

............ 1,743.907

?3,190 1,267,267

2,079 -640

............ -89,842
............ 28.523
............ 57.349
............ -98,412
154,075 -16,078
194,054 -194,064
............ 6,345

353,398 94,238,796



............ 82,064
............ 1,204,048
............ 652,192
............ 192,944
............ 138,678
54,730 -54,730

54,730 2,215,197


61,285 60,082 ............
-25,695 277,531 299,831
-42,196 .............. 42,422
-19,198 -17,318 ............
22,225 20,344 248
-2,934 .............. 2,980

2,560,986 2,610,565 400,210
t .
7,323,910 6,034,789 496,777


280,668

1,047,685
505.233
3
214,781


264,724

993,786
423,150
-7
177,920


6,890

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


60,082
-22,300
-42,422
-17,318
20,096
-2 980

2,210,355

5,538,012



257,833

993,786
423,150
-7
177,020


See footnotes on page 3.


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10,220,151 ............


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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 u Applicable Net Outlas Applicable Net Outlas Applicable Net
Outlays Receipts Outlays O Receipts Outlays Otlays Receipts Outlays
OutlaysRcept ReeitsI utay uy


Department of Health, Education, and Welfare--Continued
Public Health Service--Continued
National Institutes of Health:
Intragovernmental funds.......................
Cancer Research ..................................
Heart, Lung, and Blood Research ................
Arthritis, Metabolism, and Digestive Diseases ....
Neurological and Communicative Disorders and
Stroke........... .......................
Allergy and Infectious Diseases .................
General Medical Sciences.......................
Child Health and Human Development .............
Other research institutes.......................
Research resources............................
Other .........................................

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

Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health
Administration .................................
Health Resources Administration:
Public enterprise funds.........................
Health resources .............................
Office of Assistant Secretary for Health............

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

Health Care Financing Administration:
Intragovernmental funds..........................
Grants to States for Medicaid .....................
Payments to health care trust funds .................
Program management............................
Other............................................
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 .........

Tutal--FSMI trust fund.......................

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

Education Division:
Office of Education:
Public enterprise funds:
Student loan insurance fund ....................
Other..........................................
Elementary and secondary education.............
Indian education ...............................
School assistance in federally affected areas ......
Emergency school aid...........................
Education for the handicapped ....................
Occupational, vocational, and adult education......


-822,983
84,453
41,998
29,325

20,967
18,382
22,298
15,204
30,643
19,312
12.887


-422,983
84,453
41,998
29,325

20,967
18,382
22,298
15,204
30,643
19,312
12,887


-417,776
766,707
403,627
232,536

170,372
154,715
220,280
151,845
231,129
149,309
114,979


-817,776
766,707
403,627
232,536

170,372
154,715
220,280
151,845
231,129
149,309
114,979


-12,108
814,465
364,042
219,301

159,365
144,634
194,099
138,733
202,513
119,091
104,260


-412,108
814,465
364,042
219,301

159,365
144,634
194,099
138,733
202,513
119,091
104,260


272,486 ........... 272,486 2,577,724 ........... 2,577,724 2,448,395 .............. 2.448,395


38,742 ........... 38,742 961,394 ........... 961,394 931,083 .............. 931,083

3,183 $18 3,164 50,374 $16,363 34,011 49,643 s21,437 28,206
35,443 .......... 35,443 511,811 ........... 511,811 862,354 .............. 862,354
13,062 ........... 13,062 157,211 ........... 157,211 112,103 .............. 112,103

577,644 767 576,877 6,313,751 23,229 6,290,522 6,263,150 28,327 6,234,822


-545 ........... -545 -1,651 .......... -1,651 66 .............. 66
1,271,000 ........... 1,271,000 11,331,079 .......... 11,331,079 9,869,231 .............. 9,869,231
604,514 .......... 604,514 7,181,853 ........... 7,181,853 6,793,619 ............. 6,793,619
923 ........... 923 91,115 .......... 91,115 55,169 .............. 55,169
-7,642 ........... -7,642 -13,333 .......... -13,333 9,325 .............. 9,325

1,835,640 ........... 1,835,640 18,328,556 ........... 18,328,556 16,024,530 .............. 16,024,530
41,256 ........... 41,256 410,925 ........... 410,925 391,761 .............. 391,761

1,876,896 ........... 1,876,896 18,739,481 .......... 18,739,481 16,416,291 .............. 16.416,291


800,860 ........... 800,860 7,575,208 ........... 7,575,208 6,242,050 .............. 6,242,050
51,204 ........... 51,204 510,741 ........... 510,741 455,222 ............. 455,222

852,065 ........... 852,065 8,085,948 ........... 8,085,948 6,697,273 ............. 6,697,273

4,597,210 .......... 4,597,210 45,414,493 ........... 45,414,493 39,840,973 .............. 39,840,973


146,672
1,733
237.469
22,130
55.993
33.534
52,375
69.587


11,778
420
...........
...........
...........
...........
...........
...........


134,894
1,313
237,469
22,130
55,993
33,534
52,375
69,587


936,090
9,421
2,865,113
60,018
793,297
305,354
530.453
707,145


54,676
26,948
...........
...........
...........
...........
...........
...........


881,414
-17,527
2,865,113
60,018
793,297
305,354
530,453
707,145


529,128
33,098
2,537,980
53,736
739,869
217,117
295,518
651,107


28,989
25,633
..............


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


500,139
7.465
2,537.980
53.736
739,869
217.117
295,518
651.107

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


Classification of
OUTLAYS- -Continued



Department of Health, Education, and Welfare--Continued
Education Division--Continued
Office of Education--Continued
Student assistance .............................
Higher and continuing education ................
Library resources ...........................
Salaries and expenses .........................
Other.... ............................... ....

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Special Institutions.................................
Human Development Services:
Grants to states for social services...............
Human development services ....................
Work incentives ...............................
Research and training activities overseas ..........

Total--Human Development Services.............

Departmental Management.........................
Proprietary receipts from the public ................


Outlays


This Month

Applicable
Receipts


?200.354 ............
24,933 ............
23,714 ............
11,274 ............
8,939 ... .... ..
- -- t 4-
888,708I 12,198

4,258 ............
2.668 ............

895.635 12.198


I
160,934
980.935
622,098
18,287
1

15,708,633
73,246
,..,......,,
976

15.782.855


2,306,667
38.525
...........0
7,024


2.352,216

19,917,326

14,517

325,127
178,167
31,238
166

534.698

19,511


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

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

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



............
9,28


Net
Outlays





$200,354
24,933
23,714
11,274
8,939

876,510

4,258
2,668_

883.436


1
160.934
980.935
622,098
18.287
1

15,708,633
73,246

976

15,782,855


............ 2,306.667
............ 38.525

............ 7,024


+ +


2,352,216

19,917,326

14,517

325,127
178.167
31,238
166

534,698

19,511
-9,328


Current Fiscal Year to Date


Outlays





?2,613.677
537,518
231,131
118,952
91,098

9.799,267

62,835
26,704

9,888,805


756,892
988.630
5,422,048
6,054,182
130.355
22
- -- --
87,511,479
1,008,253
1,447,532
16,004

89,983,268


13,346,901
352,821
29,906
71,862

13,801,490

117,136,888

159,369

2,847,730
2,023,687
343,485
1,290

5,216,192

207,333


Applicable
Receipts






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


;81,625




81,625








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I ll


58,700


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year


Net
Outlays





:2.613,677
537,518
231,131
118.952
91.098

9,717,642

62,835
26,704

9,807.180


756,892
988,630
5,422,048
6,054,182
130,355
22

87,511,479
1,008,253
1,447,532
16,004
+
89.983.268


13,346,901
352,821
29,906
71,862

13,801,490

117,136,888

159,369

2,847,730
2,023,687
343,485
1,290

5,216,192

207,333
-58,700


Outl-ys Applicable
Receipts





02,173,070 .............
275,066 .............
195,501 .............
121,090 ............
38.645 .............

7.860,924 -54.623

58,589 ............
22,140 ............


7,941,653


740,930
901,404
4,975,073
6.069.153
112,492
24

71,609,265
1,002,606
1,588.664
5.304


54,623



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

.... ... ...

...... .....


74,205,839 .............


11,137.592
318,927
29,797
71,495
tCeey 1 flq


IL,JJI1O I 1 .........

98,562,726 .............


136,500

2,577.075
1,900,774
331,970
1,736

4,811,556

160,138
......... .


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

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

.............
28,803


See footnotes on page 3.


Nt'
Outlays





Z2.173,070
275 066
195.501
121,090
38,645

7.806,302

58.589
22,140

7,887,031


740,930
901,404
4.975.073
6,069,153
112,492
24

71,609,265
1,002.606
1,588.664
5.304

74,205,839


11,137,592
318.927
29.797
71.495

11.557,811

98.562.726

136.500

2,577,075
1.900,774
331,970
1,736

4,811,556

160,138
-28,803


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


Classification of
OUTLAYS-- Continued


Department of Health, Education, and Welfare--Continued
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, andWelfare.

Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Housing Programs:
Public enterprise funds:
Federal Housing Administration fund.............
Housing for the elderly or handicapped fund.......
College housing--loans and other expenses ........
Rental housing assistance fund ..................
Other.........................................
Subsidized housing programs......................
Payments for operation of low income housing
projects ......................................
Other ............................................

Total--Housing Programs ......................

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

Total--Government National Mortgage Association .

Community Planning and Development:
Public enterprise fund:
Rehabilitation loan fun.........................
Urban renewal programs .......................
Community development grants....................
Urban development action grants ...................
Comprehensive planning grants ...................
Other. ..................................... .....

Total--Community Planning and Development......


Outlays


-1604,512

-1









25,952,027.




109,264
44,333
20,111
383
19,677
307,429

79,503
-5,878

574,822


36,967
235,972
7,366
84
1,219

281,607


20,926
69,082
333,652
11,368
5,360
1,030

441,418


This Month


Applicable
Receipts


$22,293



181,762
3,519
2,606
1,494
27,067




216,448


Net
Outlays





-$004,512

-1










25,929,734



-72,498
40,814
17,505
-1,111
-7,390
307,429

79,503
-5,878

358,374


Current Fiscal Year to Date


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year


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Outlays


-1733,849
-6,274,669

-615,229
-141,663
-141,000
-1,477,438


-435
-1,431
884
-431
-15,549

174,936,023



1,485,771
436,591
146,938
69,964
315,979
3,247,179

608,630
17,186

6,328,239


Applicable
Receipts


..........



...........

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

T163,554



1,277,312
32,403
157,958
15,425
261,269




1,744,368


Net
Outlays




-f733,849
-6,274,669


-615,229
-141,663
-141,000
-1,477,438

-435
-1,431
884
-431
-15,549

174,772,469



208,459
404,188
-11,020
54,539
54,710
3,247,179

608,630
17,186

4,583,871


Outlays


-1716,941
-5,936,181


-612,927
-128,003
-142,997
-1,618,461


1,794
-2,098
88
217
-41.880

148,519,306



1,600,389
163,245
101,487
869
232,763
2,697,523

621,416
64,545

5.482,237


1 t V- ----


54,316
387
9,408
5,434

69,545


5,480
32,823




38,303


-17,349
235,585
-2,043
-5,350
1,219

212,062


15,446
36,259
333,652
11,368
5,360
1,030

403,115


628,609
1,444,962
68,494
7,301
-23,149

2,126,215


132,652
399,499
2,853,538
58,164
57,289
14,369

3,515,511


570,949
1,241,744
105,192
57,595


1,975,481


45,068
160,235




205,303


57,659
203,218
-36,699
-50,295
-23,149

150,734


87,584
239,264
2,853,538
58,164
57,289
14,369

3,310,208


721,129
977,857
66,648
57,905
-10.299

1,813,241


74,944
489,140
2,257,378
62,397
9,833

2,893,692


Applicable
Receipts


$111,753



1,236,781
21,626
158,222
12,139
201,542




1,630,311


760,599
731,189
104,900
96,118
............

1,692,806


33,617
139,005
............


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


172,622


Net
Outlays




-3716,941
-5,936,181


-612,927
-128,003
-142,997
-1,618,461


1,794
-2,098
88
217
-41,880


148,407,553



363,608
141,619
-56,735
-11,270
31,221
2,697,523

621,416
64,545

3,851,926


-39,470
246,669
-38,252
-38,213
-10,299

120,436


41,327
350,135
2,257,378
..............
62,397
9,833


2,721,069


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


Classification of
OUTLAYS- -Continued


Tius Month


Outlays


Department of Housing and Urban Development--Continued
New Communities Development Corporation ...........
Management and Administration.....................
Other............................................
Proprietary receipts from the public..................

Total--Department of Housing and Urban Development

Department of the Interior.
Land and Water Resources
Bureau of Land Management:
Management of lands and resources..............
Payments in lieu of taxes.......................
Other....................................... .
Bureau of Reclamation-
Colorado River projects.........................
Construction and rehabilitation...................
Operation and maintenance ......................
Other.......................................
Office of Water Research and Technology............

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

Fish and Wildlife and Parks:
Hentage Conservation and Recreation Service.......
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 Mir.erals:
Geological Survey ...............................
Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and
Enforcement ...................................
Bureau of Mines..................................

Total--Energy and Minerals ...................

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

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


T1,289
S 24.942
10,016
1 ............
1,334,095



45,707
63
9,546


24,609
39,982
6,462
10,316
3,521

140,205


Applicable
Receipts


?349


156

324,800


971




971


57,038 ........

15,902 .........
4,995 .........
9,060 .........

34,031 .........
10,448 .......
2,383 .........

133,857 .........


47,153 .........


Current Fiscal Year to


Net
Outlays


1941
24.942
10,016
-156
--1002 t
1,009.294
4-


Outlays


Date

Net
Outlays
t


Comparable Perixd Prior Fiscal Year


Outlays


231,484 I 31,695 `29,789 1105,949
255,531 ........... 255,531 229,487
63,474 ........... 63,474 53,332
.......... 1,864 -1,864 ............

12,320,454 3,928,711 8.391,743 10.577,938
__------- f_ ----- ---


45,707 278,360 ...........
63 13,659 ...........
9,546 375,816 ...........
23,638 189,781 47,500
39,982 301,202 ...........
6,462 71,288 ...........
10,316 120,935 ...........
3,521 22,020 ...........

139,234 1,373,056 47,500
__ f -- __


57,038

15,902
4,995
9,060

34,031
10,448
2,383

133857


47,153


610,229 ...........

180,532 ..........
85,031 .........
77,497 ..........

332,868 ...........
81,768 ...........
22,776 ..........

1,390,702 1 ...........


278,360
13,659
375,816
142,281
301,202
71,283
120,935
22,020

1,325,556


610,229

180,532
85.031
77,497

332,868
81,768
22,776

1,390,702


561,373 ........... I 561,373

42,629 ........... 42,629
143,296 11,284 132,012

747,297 11,284 736,014


7,531 6,597 934
630,773 ........... 630,773
184,307 ........... 184,307
221,062 ........... 221,062
46,592 ........... 46,592

1,090,265 6,597 1,083,668


246,915
54
356,930
165,817
287,048
70,223
121,457
15,802

1,264,247


Applicable
Receipts


37,726


3.425

3,506,890


58,370




58,370
58,370


430,169 .............

154,772 .............
81,489 .............
57,262 .............

300,444 .............
85,222 .............
19,222 ............

1,128,580 ...........


465,300 .............

3,679 .............
122,614 11,953

591,592 i 11,953


12,332 5,773
583,193 .............
159,025 ... ..
192,535
60,184 ...........

1.007,268 5,773


NeI
Outlays


:98.223
229.487
53.332
-3.425

7.071.048


246,915
54
356,930
107,447
287,048
70,223
121,457
15,802

1,205,877


430.169

154,772
81,489
57,262

300,444
85,222
19,222

1,128,580


465,300

3,679
110,660

579,639


6,559
583,193
159,025
192,535
60,184
1,001,495
1,001,495


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


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


Department of the Interior--Continued
Office of Territorial Affairs..........................
Office of the Solicitor and Office of the Secretary........
Proprietary receipts from the public...................
Intrabudgetary transactions ..........................

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

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

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

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

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

Total--Employment and Training Administration..

Labor-Management Services Administration ............
Employment Standards Administration.
Salaries and expenses ..............................
Special benefits ..................................
Black Lung Disability Trust Fund...................
Special workers' compensation expenses .............
Occupational Safety and Health Administration...........


t12,857
885

-30,925


-$80,289


$12,857
885
80,289
-30,925


$199,294
60,337

-107,868


'1,178,804
...........


3199,294
60,337
-1,178,804
-107,868


$144,701
38,514

-33,259


1,1657.............
.............
$1,106,507
.............


C144,701
38,514
-1,106,507
-33,259


424,989 -77,636 502,625 4,753,084 1,244,184 3,508,900 4,141,643 1,182,602 2,959,041


2,166
30,766
46,584
24,678
14,867
28,640
68,570


216,271


10,709
769,338
17,642
231,263
-125,874

38

313,047
-1,125


..........




1,049

647

1,695



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


..........


2,166
30,766
46,584
24,678
14,867
27,592
68,570
-647

214,576


26,893
356,983
544,456
275,975
170,631
329,998
647,316


2,352,253


...........




10,782

10,861

21,642


26,893
356,983
544,456
275,975
170,631
319,216
647,316
-10,861

2,330,611


22,205
315,649
513,066
253,255
162,581
296,273
666,077


2,229,107


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




11,107
7
6,979

18,092


22,205
315,649
513,066
253,255
162,581
285,167
666,071
-6,979

2,211,014


f _________ _________


10,709
769,338
17,642
231,263
-125,874

38

313,047
-1,125


745,445 .......... 745,445

139,999 .......... 139,999
4,123 .......... 4,123
94 .......... 94
100,000 .......... 100,000

8,837 .......... 8,837
1,462 .......... 1,462

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


999,961 ..........


2.215,000

6,829

20,617
51,635
120,394
499
15,218


999,961


2,215,000

6,829

20,617
51,635
120,394
499
15,218


84,237
5,588,038
192,710
3,092,648
731,603

61,932

502,729
2,981


7,958,428

1,426,509
66,154
682
600,000

131,538
11,561

755


10,195,626

20,452,505

51,327

142,500
134,101
511,327
7,172
140,394


84,237
5,588,038
192,710
3,092,648
731,603

61,932

502,729
2,981


80,419
4,311,679
120,509
4,417,652
1,074,098

87,551

870,000
-3,663


80,419
4,311,679
120,509
4,417,652
1,074,098

87,551

870,000
-3,663


-4----- ____________________ _____________________ _____________________


7,958,428

1,426,509
66,154
682
600,000

131,538
11,561

755

10,195,626

20,452,505

51,327

142,500
134,101
511,327
7,172
140,394


8,851,670

1,352,530
64,303
977


177,338
9,421

1,079

10,457,317

21,415,563

49,512

102,594
150,598
-1,640
4,647
132,510


8,851,670

1,352,530
64,303
977


177,338
9,421

1,079

10,457,317

21,415.563

49,512

102,594
150,598
-1,640
4,647
132,510


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


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


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


Classification of
OUTLAYS- -Continued



Department of Labor--Continued
Mine Safety and Health Administration ................
Bureau of Labor Statistics ..........................
Departmental Management ..........................
Proprietary receipts from the public..................
Intrabudgetary transactions .........................

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

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..........................
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:
Operations ..................................
Other ....................... .. ..............
Airport and airway trust fund:
Grants-in-aid for airports .....................
Facilities and equipment........................
Interest on refunds of taxes.....................
Other......... .............................

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

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


Outlays



'13,045
7,690
3,212
............
-212,777

2,241,362



62,901

6,736

3,462
11,448
1,103

85,649

240,687
2,124
18,986




-50
-3,462
-43

343,891


2,850

75,641
14,745
13,672
10,675

114,734


165,605
4,234

64,623
14,885
4
21,624

101,136

270,974


This Month

Applicable
Receipts





$890


890


-3,996






-3,996


........



347

347



1




....=....


Net
Outlays


:13,045
7,690
3,212
-890
-212,777

2,240,472


62,901

6,736

3,462
11,448
1,103

85,649

240,687
2,124
18,986
3,996



-50
-3,462
-43

347,887


2,850

75,641
14,745
13,672
10,328

114,387


165,605
4,233

64,83
14,885
4
21,624

101,136

270,973


Current Fiscal Year to Date


Outlays



$121,022
83,414
62,696

-907,454

20,799,003



603,995

92,337

41,569
102,409
10,344

850,654

493,268
20,900
140,402




-673
-66,389
-432

1,437,729


54,492

887,710
174,509
158,383
83,578

1,304,180


1,668,207
41,923

495,724
174,344
14
234,059

904,141

2,614,271


Applicable
Receipts


...........
...........
..... ...
$3,662


3,662


11.. ,750






11,750


...........


3,497.

3,497


...........
12

...........

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


Net
Outlays


.121,022
83,414
62,696
-3,662
-907,454

20,795,341



603,995

92,337

41,569
102.409
10,344

850,654

493,268
20,900
140,402
-11,750



-673
-66,389
-432

1,425,979


54,492

887,710
174,509
158,383
80,081

1,300,683


1,668,207
41,911

495,724
174,344
14
234,059

904,141

2,614,259


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year

Outlays Applicable Net
Receipts Outlays


'99.597
73,951
48,313
.............
-845,000

21.230,645


...........

:8.197


8,197


600,105

52.908


26,599
85,136
5,573

770,322

377,288
18,624
69,040




-433
-48,049
-432

1,186.360


35,586

822,098
125,265
142,246
93,039

1,182,648


1,582,968
36,426

500,399
191,890
35
200,859

893,183

2,512,577


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

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

8,537


8,537


...........

4,328

4,328


14


...........


99,597
73,951
48.313
-8.197
-845.000

21,222.448



600,105

52,908

26,599
85,136
5,573

770,322

377,288
18.624
69,040
-8,537



-433
-48,049
-432

1,177,824


35,586

822,098
125,265
142,246
88.711

1,178,320


1,582,968
36,412

500,399
191,890
35
200,859

893,183

2,512,563


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


Classification of
OUTLAYS--Continued


Department of Transportation-- Continued
Federal Highway Administration:
Highway trust fund:
Federal-aid highways .........................
Other. ............................ ...........
Off-systems roads programs.....................
Other programs .................................

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

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration:
Operations and Research ........................
Trust fund share of traffic safety programs..........
Other ................... ......................
Federal Railroad Administration:
Railroad rehabilitation and improvement financing
funds................. .................. .
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...........
Other. .......... ........... .............
Proprietary receipts from the public................

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

Department of the Treasury:
Office of the Secretry.............................
Office of Revenue Sharing:
General Revenue Sharing ......................<.
Other...........................................
Federal Law Enforcement Training Center ...........
Bureau of Government Financial Operations:
Salaries and expenses...........................
Payments to states for social service claims .......
Claims, judgments, and relief acts................
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................... ......
Taxpayer service and returns processing ..........
Examinations and appeals .........................
Investigations and collections .....................


Outlays


?708,788
3,883
31,030
10,651

754,353


This Month

Applicable
Receipts


Net
Outlays


-708,788
3,883
31,030
10,651

754,353


Current Fiscal Year to Date


Outlays





$6,094,824
57,903
177,014
90,457

6,420,198


Applicable
Receipts


Net
Outlays


66,094,824
57,903
177,014
90,457

6,420,198


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year


Outlays


25,192,123
42,300
76,139
78,881

5,389,443


Applicable
Receipts


Net
Outlays


S5,192,123
42,300
76,139
78,881

5 ,389.443


6,735 ......... 6,735 49,305 .......... 49,305 56,698 .......... 56,698
16,200 ......... 16,200 177,600 .......... 177,600 143,700 ........... 143,700
-889 ......... -889 -1,560 .......... -1,560 -7,034 ........... -7,034


9,353 ......... 9,353 74,383 .......... 74,383 55,407 ........... 55,407
6,333 ......... 6,333 52,814 .......... 52,814 56,505 ........... 56,505
7,052 ......... 7,052 58,354 .......... 58,354 -8,999 ........... -8,999
19,624 ......... 19,624 181,717 .......... 181,717 183,802 ........... 183,802
119.000 ......... 119,000 779,000 .......... 779,000 664,500 ........... 664,500
7,199 33,458 3,741 74,374 $34,011 40,362 68,291 $38,762 29,529

168,562 3,458 165,104 1,220,641 34,011 1,186,630 1,019.506 38,762 980,744

200,052 ......... 200,052 2,261,138 .......... 2,261,138 1,869,906 ........... 1,869,906
-4,643 1,359 -6,002 20,830 9,493 11,337 6,630 9,157 -2,527
........... 5,557 -5,557 .......... 50,960 -50,960 .......... 37,349 -37,349

1,528,928 10,722 1,518,206 14,121,094 97,973 14,023,122 12,209,660 89,611 12,120,050


2,107

76
553
2,007

14,643

7,950
201


22,794

13,462
61,021
-516
4,756
9,213

44
14,262
76,126
78,033
47,377


4 4


.........




142
.........


2,107

76
553
2,007
----~-
14,643

7,950
201


22,794

13,462
61,021
-516
4,756
9,213

-98
14,262
76,126
78,033
47,377


28,241

6,847,443
6,473
24,213

171,515
533,648
227.680
11,844


944,686

122,676
630,794
-7,674
39,619
154,535

899
121,845
711,708
741,313
416,329


3

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

..........

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

..........

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


28,238

6,847,443
6,473
24,213

171,515
533,648
227,680
11,844


944,686

122,676
630,794
-7,674
39,619
154,535

317
121,845
711,708
741.313
416,329


24,764

6,822,652
1,335,572
15,661

130,267

182,089
9,785


322,142

117,212
579,470
-7,277
37,505
107,260

1,291
50,229
845,800
910,783


264

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

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


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


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

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

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


24,499

6,822,652
1,335,572
15,661

130,267

182,089
9,785


322,142

117,212
579,470
-7,277
37,505
107,260

154
50,229
845,800
910.783


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


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

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


Classilacation of
OUTLAYS--Continued


Department oa the Treasury--Continued
Internal Revenue Service--Continued
Payment where credit exceeds liability for tax......
Refunding internal revenue collections, interest....
Internal revenue collections for Puerto Rico........

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

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

Environmental Protection Agency:
Agency and regional management ....................
Research and development:
Energy supply ...................................
Pollution control and abatement ...................
Abatement and control .............................
Enforcement ........................... .....
Construction grants................................
Other............................................
Proprietary receipts from the public ................

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

General Services Administration:
Real Property Activities............................
Personal Property Activities........................
Records Activities .................................
General activities ................................
Other............ ...............................
Proprietary receipts from the public:
Stockpile receipts...................................
Other...................................... ....
Intrabudgetary transactions.........................

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

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

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


This Month

Applicable
Outlays Receiuts


-9,359
31,044
-540

255,704

S13,074
9,134

4,255,684
S 415,486

4,671,170

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

-35,795

5,028,760


4,953

26,895
960
51,016
8,109
367,207
1,706

460,846


84,257
1,097
3,333
6,807
5,481


-218..........


100,756


304,979
11,624
96,809
48


. 413,460..
413,4W0


S142


23,414


1t


105,305
317,810


446,671









20
20


.......87

113


7,480
11,631


20,211





274


Current Fiscal Year to Dale


Net
Outlays


39,359
31,044
-540

255,562

13,074
-14,280

4,255,684
415,486

4,671,170

-105,305
-317,810
-35,795

4,582,089


4,953

26,895
960
51,016
8,109
367,207
1,706
-20
460,826


84,257
1,097
2,346
6,694
5,481

-7,480
-11,631
-218

80,545


304,979
11,624
96,809
48
-274


274 413,186


3,809,731


Applicable
Receipts







8582


98,734


...........


Outlays




!766,640
329,750
182,539

3,271,023

130,552
85,108

44,066,845
11,410,425

55,477,270


-2,348,586

65,406,374


89,041

271,756
11,513
488,282
75,129
3,429,781
11,026

4,376,530


-191,561
141,741
77,477
93,835
60,099


-9,635

171,957


2,830,840
121,425
857,404
62


...........i





473
639
1,112


...........

8,160
662


65,406
14,990


89,218



. .90....81
9,031


Net
Outlays




?766,640
329,750
182,539

3,270,441

130,552
-13,626

44,066,845
11,410,425

55,477,270

-1,114,629
-3,644,984
-2,348,586

60,547,442


89,041

271,756
11,513
488,282
75,129
3,429,781
10,553
-639
4,375,418


-191,561
141,741
69,317
93,174
60,099

-65,406
-14,990
-9,635

82,739


2,830,840
121,425
857,404
62
-9,081


3,800,699


Ciiiparablk Peri l Pri,;r Fisc.il Year


Outlays




!876.173
289,488
175,360

3,149,123

118,585
83,102
.4-
35,688,405
9,378,775

45,067,180

............
............
-1,643,319

56,129,632


68.349

229,655
30,370
418.774
62,873
2,824,420
7,175

3,641,614


-274,020
216,340
74,346
91.989
45,327


-1,631

152,352


2,739,660
114,289
785,733
546


3,640,228


Appli able
Receipts







j1,137


94,533
'" 94,533 |


684,083
2,497,897

3,277,914...
3,277,914


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

344
465

809 ,



5,822
746
............

73,854
47,279
............,

127,702




7....... i
3,798


3,798


--. _________I---S___________ ____________________


Nc
Out L.ys




1876,173
289,488
175,360

3,147.986

118,585
-11,431

35,688,405
9,378,775

45,067,180

-684.083
-2,497,897
-1,643,319

52,851,718


68,349

229,655
30,370
418,774
62,873
2,824,420
6,831
-465
3,640,806


-274,020
216,340
68,524
91,243
45,327

-73,854
-47,279
-1,631

24,650


2,739,660
114,289
785,733
546
-3,798


3,636,430


.


.I


i


1,114,629
3,644,984


4,858,932






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 OuApplicable Net Applicable Net
outlays Receipts Outlays ays Receipts Outlays Outlays Receipts Outlays


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

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

Independent agencies:
Action ........................... ............. ....
Arms Control and Disarmament Agency................
Board for International Broadcasting ..................
Civil Aeronautics Board..............................
Commission on Civil Rights...........................
Community Services Administration ......... .......
Consumer Product Safety Commission .................
Corporation for Public Broadcasting ...................
District of Columbia:
Federal payment ..................................
Loans and repayable advances.......................
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission ............
Export-Import Bank of the United States ...............
Federal Communications Commission. .................
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation.................
Federal Emergency Management Agency.'
National flood insurance development fund............
Emergency planning, preparedness, and mobilization..
Hazard mitigation and disaster assistance...........
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 Trade Commission...........................
Intergovernmental Agencies:
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority ......
Other.................................. .......
Se footnotes on page 3.


41,390
10,730
1,965
400
25,292
1,728,687
253,778
441,438
10,495
43,135
23,703

66,308
5,375
4,334
12,733


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

-176


826,626
11,195
1,880
105
23,391
..........
..........
..........
..........
..........
..........

..........
..........
4,327

38,162
350
7,155
..........


114,764
-465
85
295
1,902
1,728,687
253,778
441,438
10,495
43,135
23,703

66,308
5,375
6
12,733
-38,162
-350
-7,155
-176


S446,897
81,362
23,493
6,838
240,238
10,385,184
2,751,316
4,751,301
107,864
565,342
216,444

731,812
66,946
52,092
107,818



-2,201


$252,528
116,348
52,298
754
239,837
..........
..........
..........
..........
..........
..........


90,320
..........
420,418
4,127
66,126
..........


$194,369
-34,986
-28,805
6,084
400
10,385,184
2,751,316
4,751,301
107,864
565,342
216,444

731,812
66,946
-38,229
107,818
-420,418
-4,127
-66,126
-2,201


1489,534
92,174
20,555
34,243
256,686
8,782,560
3,191,872
4,420,446
102,639
518,502
227,794

619,715
63,266
29,613
92,635


.. -2,316


8424,846
127,597
49,914
236












4,296
31,923
..........
..........
..........

..........

..........
..........
83,501
..... .o....

439,861
4,296
31,923
..........


2,669,587 113,190 2,556,396 20,532,745 1,242,757 19,289,988 18,939,918 1,417,798 17,522,121


18,701
1,479
8,269
9,108
460
49,685
2,788


19,465
15,000
7,768
222,835
5,492
49,730

54,414
11,323
11,686


2,135
8,162
32
5,591
7,000
221


11
..........
..........








205,166
2
151







242,541

17,391




4,027
108,075
1
..........

..........


205,166
2
242,541

17,391
..........
..........


4,027
108,075
..........

..........
155


18,690
1,479
8,269
9,106
460
49,535
2,788


19,465
15,000
7,768
17,669
5,491
-192,810

37,023
11,323
11,686


-1,892
-99,913
32
5,590
7,000
66


195,740
13,642
80,077
89,758
9,046
738,188
36,392
120,200

274,665
140,832
84,499
2,090,406
62,550
565,903

323,310
92,874
53,385


44,185
148,544
54
58,096
62,646
5,708


-3

108

393
13



22,346
34
2,101,007
18
1,767,536

119,184




47,001
618,485

-561

1,635


195,743
13,642
80,077
89,650
9,046
737,795
36,379
120,200

274,665
118,486
84,465
-10,601
62,532
-1,201,633

204,126
92,874
53,385


-2,816
-469,941
54
58,657
62,646
4,073


188,678
12,259
59,958
92,959
9,696
724,518
37,304
107,150

304,116
95,832
68,856
1,831,345
58,218
2,032,558

247,219
74,157
13,053


55,486
177,482
210
54,617
128,337
4,993


157

164
108

295
8



17,979
51
2,001,424
16
2,578,595

100,591



55,759
566,383

327

1,562


$64,688
-35,423
-29,359
34,007
1,062
8,782,560
3,191,872
4,420,446
102,639
518,502
227,794

619,715
63,266
-53,888
92,635
-439,861
-4,296
-31,923
-2,316


188,521
12,259
59,794
92,851
9,696
724,223
37,297
107,150

304,116
77,852
68,805
-170,079
58,201
-546,037

146,628
74,157
13,053


-273
-388,901
210
54,290
128,337
3,431







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


Classification of
OUTLAYS- -Continued


Independent agencies- -Continued
International Communications Agency...................
Interstate Commerce Commission.....................
Legal Services Corporation............................
Merit Systems Protection Board........................
National Foundation on the Arts and Humanities:
National Endowment for the Arts ....................
National Endowment for the Humanities ...............
National Labor Relations Board ........................
National Science Foundation............................
National Transportation Safety Board ...................
Nuclear Regulatory Commission......................
Office of Personnel Management:
Salaries and expenses ...............................
Government payment for annuitants, employees health
benefits.................................. ........
Payment to civil service retirement and disability
fund .............................................
Civil service retirement and disability fund...........
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 retire-
ment and disability fund ........................
General fund contributions......................
Other........................................

Total--Office of Personnel Management.............

Postal Service (payment to the Postal Service fund).......
Railroad Retirement Board:
Payments to Rail road Retirement Trust Fund...........
Regional rail transportation protective account.........
Railroad retirement accounts:
Benefits 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 ......................................
Interest on advances to railroad unemployment
insurance account ...............................

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

See footnotes on page 3.


This Month


Outlays



?30,014
5,062
44,170
1,100

9.339
17,676
9,566
88,618
1,575
32,336

-3,161

48,850

89
1,102,403
262,161
39,615
1,004
3,275
.............


-436
-89
-5,522


Applicable
Receipts


$72
1

(*)

(w)
..........
9
57
..........
9






295.008
111,645
946

22



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


Net
Outlays


'29,942
5,061
44,170
1,100

9,338
17,676
9,556
88,561
1,575
32,326

-3,161

48,850

89
1,102,403
-32,847
-72,030
59
3,275
-22


-436
-89
-5,522


1.448,190 407,620 1,040,570

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


.............
26,743

375,098

-42,693

-5,606
22,651
2,871
3,347
-3
.............


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

..........
(. .


rrrr*r

r~rri~i
..........


382,408 (11


..........
26,743

375,098

-42,693

-5,606
22,651
2,871
3,347
-3
(*)


Current Fiscal Year to


Outlays



?343,594
61,565
252,410
4,600

121,919
138,061
91,862
779,186
14,680
281,963

110,131

461,179

987
11.346,749
2,886,533
449,372
11,955
14,312
............


15,

1,




3,


Applicable
Receipts


?834
12,216
...........
(**

12
163
527
...........
25


2,919,691
746,121
7,668

1,353


Date

Net
Outlays



:342,761
49.348
252,410
4.600

121,906
138,061
91,699
778.660
14,680
281,937

110,131

461,179

987
11,346,749
-33,158
-296,749
4,287
14,312
-1,353


Conmpar.ble Period Prior Fiscal Ye:ir


Outlays I Applicable
Outlays I ecpts
lleceilits


Z346,764
58.470
142.541


112.654
113,386
83,941
709,426
14,864
247,674

115,789

416,904

1,027
9,961,520
2,721,266
392,757
13,044
17,977
.............


1.190
165



9

185
351

13


2,727,384
853.198
8,149

1,737


-7,991 ........... -7,991 -7,595 ............
-987 ........... -987 -1,027 ............
-20,691 ......... -20,691 -17,159 ............

251,549 3.674,834 11,576,715 13,614,504 3,590,468

785,176 .......... 1,785,176 1,695,540 ............
-- --- -- --
313,000 ........... 313.000 250,000 ............
69.019 ........... 69,019 75,573 ............

864,530 ........... 3,84,530 3,601,185 ............

233,907 ........... -233,907 -176,773 ............

-28,607 ........... -28,607 -24,931 ............
214,132 ........... 214,132 178,092 ............
31,124 ........... 31,124 25,212 ............
28,910 ........... 28,910 28,081 ............
22 .......... 22 121 ............
...... 2 -2 ............ 1


-313,000

15,549

-755


-313,000

15,549

-755


-250,000

17,239

-3,818


I I 4 4 + t


382,408 | 3,960,016


3.960.014


3.719.979


Net
Outlayg



:345.575
58.305
142.541


112,645
113,386
83.757
709,075
14.864
247,660

115,789

416,904

1,027
9,961,520
-6,118
-460,442
4.896
17.977
-1.737



-7,595
-1,027
-17,159

10,024,036

1,695,540

250,000
75,573

3,601,185

-176.773

-24,931
178,092
25,212
28,081
121
-1


-250,000

17,239

-3,818


3.719.978


3- 96001 3,, 9


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

.........r...


...........

...........









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

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


Independent agencies--Continued
Securities and Exchange Commission..................
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...............
Other....................................... ....
Total--Small Business Administration.............
Smithsonian Institution...............................
Tennessee Valley Authority .........................
United States Railway Association:
Administrative expenses..........................
Purchases of Conrail Securities ....................
Other independent agencies..........................
Total-- Independent agencies........................

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


$4,969


64,965


$61,029


$61,003


.56,586


$56,559


115,829 42,771 73,058 880,945 430,969 449,976 780,093 392,947 387,146
187,559 34,372 153,188 1,374,882 464,998 909,884 1,858,598 214,626 1,643,972
3,196 1,439 1,758 29,411 11,502 17,909 33,756 8,537 25,220
184 194 -10 2,835 2,697 138 4,074 1,009 3,064
14,362 ........... 14,362 168,066 ........... 168,066 160,826 ............ 160,826
...........1 -1 ............. 21 -21 ........... 18 -18
201 ........... 201 1,529 ........... 1,529 ........... ............ ............

321,332 78,776 242,556 2,457,669 910,187 1,547,481 2,837,347 617,136 2,220,210
12,479 5 12,474 119,079 56 119,023 112,091 55 112,036
460,167 259,324 200,843 4,395,410 2,713,181 1,682,229 3,357,333 2,108,417 1,248,916

2,450 ........... 2,450 26,700 ........... 26,700 16,365 ............ 16,365
127,000 ......... 127,000 687,300 ........... 687,300 665,700 ............ 665,700
23,782 5,388 18,394 214,823 51,883 162,940 240,283 76,440 163,843
3,533,577 1,328,789 2,204,787 36,339,288 12,041,141 24,298,147 34,524,448 11,717,876 22,806,573





........... ........... .......... -30 ........... -30 -30 ......... -30
-124 ........... -124 -1,511 ........... -1,511 -1,251 ........... -1,251

-86,000 ........... -86,000 -865,000 ........... -865,000 -829,000 ............ -829,000
-15,000 ........... -15,000 -152,000 ........... -152,000 -141,000 ............ -141,000
-21,000 ........... -21,000 -207,000 ........... -207,000 -189,000 ............ -189,000

-2,015 .......... -2,015 -18,639 ........... -18,639 -16,926 ............ -16,926

-352,978 .......... -352,978 -2,386,875 ........... -2,386,875 -2,295,832 ...... -2,295,832


-87,830 ........... -87,830 -679,553 ........... -679,553 -603,626 ............ -603,626

-564,947 .......... -564,947 -4,310,608 .......... -4,310,608 -4,076,665 ............ -4,076,665





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


Classification of
OUTLAYS--Cuntinued



Undistributed offsetting receipts--Continued
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 .........................
Black Lung Disability 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 ...............
Independent Agencies:
Office of Personnel Management:
Civil Service retirement and disability fund.......
Railroad Retirement Board:
Railroad retirement account ....................
Other .......................................

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

Rents and royalties on the outer continental shelf land ...

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

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

TOTAL BUDGET

Receipts............................................ ...

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

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


This Month


Outlays






-z1,699




-89,012
-12,822
-2,378
-3,687

-37,709


-124

-1,167
-7,680

-37
-3,232


-56,079

-5,758
-804

-222,188



-787,135


59,899,989


Applicable
Receipts


..........

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

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





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

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










8316,064
316,064 r


5,620,935


Net
Outlays





-41,699




-89,012
-12,822
-2,378
-3,687

-37,709


-124

-1,167
-7,680

-37
-3,232


-56,079

-5,758
-804

-222,188


Current Fiscal Year Lu


Outlays






-33,810


-5,919

-1,887,337
-299,842
-864,895
-358,120

-488,196
-122

-30,638

-278,288
-838,345

-34,318
-528,424


-4,040,085

-190,015
-7,506

-9,855,860


Applicable
Receipts


-316,064 4........... 2,667,836


S-1,103,200


54,279,054


-14,166,469 J 2,667,836


521,970,459


58,374,739


ate

Net
Outlays





-3,810


-5,919

-1,887,337
-299,842
-864,895
-358,120

-488,196
-122

-30,638

-278,288
-838,345

-34,318
-528,424


-4,040,085

-190,015
-7,506

-9,855,860


-2,667,836 ...........


-16,834,305

463,595.720


Cuniparable Period Pri.r Fl'scal Year


Outlays






-21,918


-4,643

-2,121,692
-244,260
-776,947
-227,235

-254,884


-19,923

-215,660
-652.165

-31,687
460,325


-3,226,696

-203,601
-3,300

-8,444,935


Applicable
ReVeipibt


Net
Outlays


-81,918


-4,643

-2,121.692
-244,260
-776,947
-227.235

-254,884


-19,923

-215,660
-652,165

-31,687
-460,325


-3,226,696

-203,601
-3,300

-8,444,935


$2,161,231


-12,521,600

465.502.397


-2,161,231


2,161,231 -14,682,831

53.551.552 1 411.950.845


(Net Total) (Net Total) (Net Total)

39,352,669 418,644,708 359,406,644

-54,279,054 -63,595,720 -411,950,845


-14,926,386


-44,951,012


-52,544,202


-~ i =- I _________ I~~_~_ ii s- ._


MEMORANDUM


Receipts offset against outlays (In thousands)

Current
Fiscal Year
to Date

Proprietary receipts from the public .............. $16,787,814
Receipts from off-budget Federal agencies ......... 3,644,984
Intrabudgetary transactions ..................... 34,342,681

Total receipts offset against outlays ........... 54,775,479


Comparable Period
Prior Fiscal Year

$14,706,553
2,497,897
31,533,505

48,738,045


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TABLE IV--MEANS OF FINANCING (In thousands) 21


ClassificationNet Transactions Account Balances
Classif(-) denotes net reduction of either Current Fiscal Year
liability or assets accounts
(Assets and Liabilities Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of
Directly Related to the Budget) This Month Close of
This Year Prior Year ear This Month This Month


LIABILITY ACCOUNTS

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

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

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

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

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

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

Accrued interest payable to the public ......................

Deposit funds:
Allocations of special drawing rights ....................
Other ...............................................

Miscellaneous liability accounts (Includes checks
outstanding etc.)........................................

Total liability accounts.........................

ASSET ACCOUNTS (Deduct)

Cash and monetary assets:
U.S. Treasury operating cash:7
Federal Reserve account ............................
Tax and loan note accounts...........................
Tax and loan accounts................................

Balance..........................................

Special drawing rights:
Total holdings.......................................
SDR certificates issued to Federal Reserve Banks......

Balance ..........................................

Gold tranche drawing rights:
U.S. subscription to International Monetary Fund:
Direct quota payments .............................
Maintenance of value adjustments ...................
Other demand liabilities issued to IMF .................
Receivable, Payable (-) for U. S. currency valuation
adjustment.........................................

Balance........................................... ...

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

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

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

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

Transactions not applied to current year's surplus or deficit
(See Schedule A for details)..............................
Total budget financing [Financing of deficit (+) or
disposition of surplus (-)j ...............................


$5,663,155

5,663,155


-17,736


941,595,738 S65,605,824 V771,544,469 807,477,052 $813,140,207
...........-10 10 10 10

41,595,7381 65,605,814 771,544,479 807,477,062 813.140,217


-1,635,3691 -1,404.000 8,880,631 7.262,998 7,245,262


5,645,419 39,960,368 64,201,814 780,425,110 814,740,060 820,385,478


2,377,510 10,569,149 7,916,597 169,476,652 177,668,291 180,045,801

3,267,908 29,391,219 56,285,218 610,948,458 637,071.769 640,339,677

-2,712,079 -872,382 31,531 6,733,414 8,573,111 5,861,032

-654 1,180,728 246,080 2,938,754 4,120,136 4,119,482
317,024 -57,411 -126,812 3,368,277 2,993,842 3,310,866

7,582,882 5,702,562 -2,656,475 8,112,566 6,232,246 13,815.128

8,455,082 35,344,716 53,779,541 632,101,470 658,991,103 667,446,186
__Y---- _1 __ II1= I _- -'-- 4 n--' 61r-6_18


777,484
-7,357,334

-6,579,850

-427

-427



..........

75,000


75,000

-29,275

-6,534,552

-717,840

-7,252,392
.15,707.475


-


-13,104,894
3,408,046
-5,796,587,
t-
-15,493,435

-252,548
-500,000


-752,548


-3,671,371 16,647,185 2,764,807
........... ........... 10,765,380
-2,354,068 5.796.587 ......

-6,025,439, 22,443,772 13,530,188

395,802 2,941,684 2,689,563
-100,000 -1,300,000 -1,800,000


3,542,291
3,408,046

6,950,337
-t


2,689,136
-1,800,000


295,802 1,641,684 889,563 889,136
_ -- -


........... 2,110,156 8,810,156, 8,810,156 8,810,156
163,3461 775,296 1,957,257' 2,120,603 2,120,603
-2.489,984 -3,191,408 -6,922,259 -9,487,243 -9,412,243

100,510' -245,765 -308,688 -208,178 -208,178
-2,226,128 -551.721 3,536,466 1,235,338 1,310,338
-706,304 31,270 706,304 ....... ...........
3,024,057 -458,549 3,617,141 6,670,472 6,641,197
-4 __ -;-~- t---: --- -- !- ____ __
-16,154.358 -6,708,637 31,945,367 22.325,561 15,791,008

-526,019 -604,474 4,627,780 4,819,601 4,101,761

-16,680,378 -7,313,110 36,573,147 27,145,161 19,892,769
52,025,093 61,092,651 595,528,32 -631,845942 47,553417
,52,025,093 61,092,651 -595,528,323 -631,845,942 -647,553,417


-781,089 -7,074,081 -8,548,449 ........... -6,292,992
-tf


-14,926,386


-44,951,012


-7,074.081


*52,544,202 595,528,323 -625,552.950 640.479,335


See footnotes on page 3.


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


Fiscal Year lu Date


xcess of li.it liiii .1 ,ii..t inii,...f p1 nod;
Based on 'ilnpp'.,it.'iri ii Uiiit i budget In pric-iIII period ..... ;
.Al11i .iil, nlt Lu LnilIIg iCurrut fitjal ,year fo ch.iinge, in
ip ,.' l In .i ,. l' in-1 t' li l ... ......... .... .. .. ...

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

I ludl It ujrplu. (-' ..r dk'ficit:
ItA~scdl i1 in .i. p..t ..i n f uniifit J bl)udIge in prior fiscal year .....
ClingLte. in ....nipositi.1n of unified budget
Pr".i t ..Il -.le .if g.Ild reclassbled d Irnm budgetary to
.f- L-tuJc.lt An't'I ul .......................................

lBudgei surplus (-) or deficit (Table III).........................

Transactions not applied to current year's surplus or deficit:
SCrl l.ii'l'oral '. ...................................... .........
Incrlnatnt l n .. Igd .........................................
Profit on sale ,f i..ld' ......................................
Neti a in 1- losn for U.S. currency valuation adjustment.......
Net a-atn (-1 l,ss for IMF loan raluallon adjustment............
Off-budgut F.der.al Agencies
Federal FulIncnl g Bank ................ ...............
Pension B nncilt Guaranni Fund ............................
Postal Serrvicr ................. ................... ......
Rural electrification and telephone revolving fund...........
Rural Telephone Bank ....................................

Total--transactions nut applied hi current year's surplus
,ir deficit............................... ...............

El. ess .,1 lIa ilitl: i As ,se fu per Iud...... ..................

See footnotes on page 3.


This i
%MunUi


This Year Priur Year



631.845.942 595,528,323 v537.199,389



631.845.942 595.528.323 537.199,389


14.735.876 42,779,364


190.510 2,171,648

14.926.386 44.951,012


-105,876
...........
-190.510
...........
...........

908,267
-25.151
148,980
32.981
12,396


-896.417
...........
-2,171,648
-94,872
-78.532

11.878,056
-40,703
-1,819,029
202,744
94,484


781,089 7.074,081

647,553,417 647,553,417


52.544.202


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

52.544,202 1

-330,228
-702
-128,099
-340,279
-2.232

9,907,453
-33,117
-836,210
206,127
105,738


8,548,449

598,292,040


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


Net
(-) denot
liab


Classification


This Month


Agency securities, issued under special financing authorities
Obligations u[ the United States, issued by
Export-Import Bank ......................................
Obligations guaranteed by the Uruted States, issued by
Department of Defense
Family Housing Murtgages............................
Department of Housing and Urban DevelopmenL
Federal HLiusing Administration .......................
Department uf TransporLati.jn
Coast Guard.
Family Housing Mortgages..........................
Obligations not guaranteed by the United States, issued by:
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Government National Mortgage Association ...............
Independent Agencies:
Postal Service.......................................
Tennessee Valley Authority .............................

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


-9,484

-6,684








...-17,736.....
............




-17,736


Transactions
es net reduction of
ility accounts


Fiscal Year to Date


This Year Prior Year
-T


-Z716,117


-119,498

-48,550


-197


-162,000



-1,635.36900
-1,635.369


-109,700

24,006


-188


-602,000




-1,404,000


Account Balances
Current Fiscal Year


Beginning of
Close of
This Month
This Year This Month



82,140,6065 937,050 9935,481
32,140,605 5937,050 $935,481


896,750

600,638


1,638


3,166,000

250,000
1,825,000

8,880,631


3


786,736

558,771


1,442


,004,000


250,000
1,725,000

7,262.998


777,252

552,087


1,442


3,004,000

250,000
1,725,000

7,245,262


I


I


-- -- --


-1.569 -71,205,124





TABLE IV--SCHEDULE C (MEMORANDUM)--AGENCY BORROWING FINANCED THROUGH 23

ISSUE OF PUBLIC DEBT SECURITIES (In thousands)


Classification


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

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

Borrowing from the Federal Financing Bank

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

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

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


Transactions


Account Balances
Current Fiscal Year


Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of
__ ___ ___ Close of
This Year Cparale This Year This Month This Month
Prior Year


-F210,264 72,588,210 S4.586,192 511,261,307 :14,059,781


.......... -831

1,081,971 14,802,009


2,649

78,150
..........
-21.435

38,502
14,722
..........


15,311

205,043
-21,000
80.620

238.471
67,699
-2,500


832
324,376
11.249,737

170.000
195,000

17.212

246.673
-15,000
2,105

173.861
77,330
-1,000


.......... .......... ...........
.......... 1,074,000 .....
.......... 75,000 10.000


..........
40,000
35,000

35......

..........


-123,675
410,000
177,044

275
28,781
-500,000


...........,
16.525
78,201

129
97,929


....49.....653
-49,653
...........


S 0... ...6.4 .... ..... ...........
1 059.654 19.114.45" 17.180.449


.......... 1,278,000
.......... -162.000
160,000 1,710,000
t~ -


160.000


1,663

48,077,503

2,156,655
1,812.166

17.212

1,076,107
35,000
4.136,597
22,114
7,864,742
319,272
115,476

1,005,718
776,000
440,000

300,000


2,811,000
45,170
230,366

3.487
211,006
800.000


251,650

2.826
2,704

20,400
150,000


1,730.078

,5 676 19


208.800 6,568,287
-67,000 2,114,000
1,130,000 5.220,000


.826.000 I 271.800 11.902 287


1,219,654 21,940,457


832

61,797,541

2.156.655
1,812.166

29,874

1,203,000
14,000
4,238,652
22,114
8.064,711
372.249
112,976

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

300,000


2,687.325
415,170
372,410

3,762
239,428
300,000

251,650

2,826
2,704

20,400
150,000


713,849.516

832
...........
62,879,512

2,156.655
1,812,166

32,523

1,281.150
14,000
4,217,217
22,114
8,103,213
386,971
112,976

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


300,000


2,687,325
455.170
407.410

3,762
239,787
300,000

251.650

2.826
2,704

20,400
150,000


1,730,078 1,730,078

103 1' 021 104 ?V0675


7,846,287 7,846.287
1,952,000 1,952,000
6,770,000 6.930.000

16.568 2.' 16 "72S 2
--- ---


18,452,249 99,578,508 120,299.310


121,518,962


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.


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

IN FEDERAL SECURITIES (In thousands)


Net Purchases or Sales (-)


S Fiscal Year to Date
This Month -- -- --
I Thbis Year Priur Year


Cl3s.Is fIr.il hnn




Fed, ral Fund-,
De.part'. i -nt ol Agritulture
Agency .serurltih.... ......... ....................

D paJ r tiiirE il of CI'nIn erct. ...............................

Dlpartnieni of Housing and Urban Developnmeln
Fedrr.al Housing Administration
Federal housing administration fund
Public debt .ccrurllies ..........................
Agency securiltie .................................
G vrernment Nat Inal, Mortgage Association.
Enmergency niiortgage purchase assistance:
Agency securities................................
Special .1jsistance function fund
Agenc) securities ...............................
Managleni-nl and liquidating funciuuns fund
Agency securities ................................
Guarantees ol Mortgage-Backed Securities
Public debt securities............................
Agency securities................................
Participation sales fund
Public debt securities............................
Agency securities ................................
Housing Management:
Coniniunity disposal operations fund:
Agency securities...............................
Federal Insurance Administration:
National insurance development fund .................

Deparmn ent ul Transportation ...........................
Department of the Treasury.............................

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

Independent Agencies
Emergency Luan Guarantee Board .....................
Expurt-Impurt Bank of the United States................
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation:
Public debt securities ............. ..............
Agency securities.................................
National Credit Union Administration ..................
O ther...............................................

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

Total Federal funds............................

Trust Funds.
Legislative Branch:
United States Tax Court ..............................
Library of Congress .................................
The Judictary:
Judicial Survivors Annuity Fund.......................

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

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

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


.3.




59,








5,

15,




-10,

105,


180



708
-45


-16.000

28.205



98,932
-3,726


... 1,828

-696 -8,984

-259 -4,384

448 48,082
... 2,727

,639 74,943
... ...........



,000 10,000

-741 729
661 1,614,171


451 28,809


-19,200 48,500
99,913 477,701
.......... -7,760
2.190 25,550
7,725 64,065

269,974 2,519,687
-999 -26,299

268,975 2.493,388


...........
...........
1,950

..........

-476


348,028
...........
-293,859

410,505
...........
31,223
50


65
80
7,451

-1,345

-25
-498


-4,172,072
..........
555,440

998,467

989.523
884


-46,000

-66,559




94,683
-13


..........

-510

-2,350

9,404
28,167

-276,988
-74,365



-36,195

1,190
-250,285


28,877


-31,510
-12,600
435,091
-46,190
14,210
52,320

-38,363
-101,262

-139,625


42
175
2,169

-825

60
388


-2,356.800
..........
-74,187

579,864

1,757,925
350


Securities lfeld as Investments
Current Fiscal Year

Beginning of Close of
-- This Month
This Year This Month



$23,215 $17,215 3 17,215

73,366 98.391 101,571


1,842,868
190,990



106,881

33,201

69,452
35,482

1,271,266
12.380

388

52,037

17,285
1,763,009


409,957

............
7,700

4,986,073
85,975
102,264
371,465

10,966,742
488,511

11,455,253


641
1,515
44,412

1,495

60
3,007


30.411,815
555,000
4,352,301

11,707,306
50,000
4,020,692
1,736


1,882,092
187,308


1,828

98,593

29,076

112,086 |
38,208 I

1,330,570 1
12,380

388

72,037

18,755
3,271,519


438,315



75,400
5,363,861
78,215 I
125,624 1
427,805 1

13,216,455 I
463,211

13,679,666 ,


706
1,595
49,913

150

35
2,985


25,891,715
555,000
5,201,600

12,295,268
50,000
4,978,992
2,570


1,941,800
187.264


1,828

97,897

28,818

117,534
38,208

1,346,209
12,380

388

62,037

18,014
3,377,180


438,766


.............
56,200
5,463,774
78,215
127,814
435,530

13,486,430
4862,212

13,948,641


706
1,595
51,863

150

35
2,509


26,239,743
555,000
4,907,741

12,705,773
50,000
5,010,215
2,620


I


I


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TABLE IV--SCHEDULE D-INVESTMENTS OF GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTS 25
IN FEDERAL SECURITIES (In thousands)--Continued

Securities Held as Investments
Net Purchases or Sale (-) current Fiscal Year

Classification Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of
This Month iClose of
Thhisa PMooh -- eThis Month
This Year Prior Year This Year This Month


Trust Funds--Continued
Department of the Interior ..................................
Department of Labor:
Unemployment trust fund ...........................
Other ............................................

Department of State:
Foreign service retirement and disability fund .........
Other............................. ... .... .....
Department of Transportation:
Airport and airway trust fund........................
Highway trust fund .................................
Other...........................................
Department of the Treasury...........................
General Services Administration ......................
Veterans Administration:
Government life insurance fund ......................
National service life insurance fund:
Public debt securities ...........................
Agency securities ................................
Veterans special life insurance fund .................
General Post Fund National Homes ..................
Independent Agencies:
Office of Personnel Management:
Civil service retirement and disability fund:
Public debt securities .........................
Agency securities...............................
Employees health benefits fund ....................
Employees life insurance fund.....................
Retired employees health benefits fund ..............
Federal Deposil Insurance Corporation................
Japan-United States Friendship Commission ...........
Harry S. Truman Memorial Scholarship Trust Fund ....
Railroad Retirement Board ........................
Total public debt securities .......................
Total agency securities............................
Total trust funds...............................
Off-budget Federal agencies:
Federal Financing Bank ..............................
Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation .................
Postal Service........................................
Rural electrification and telephone revolving fund ........

Total public debt securities .....................
Total Off-budget Federal agencies ..............
Grand Total ...........................................
Note: Investments are in public debt securities unless
otherwise noted.


-429,445

1,900,796


-4,330
150

46,531
-31,223

14,000
1,004

-4,460
-23,751
503




-440,796
31.345
71,977
-105
191,915
285
37,688


$1,245

5,054.120


42,985
160

764,307
1,141,808

12,505

1,694

-28,152
224,769
38,328
470



-1,064,642
33,640
296,677
-4,395
1,203,234
-669
2,000
137,722


52,091

4,199,273
75,549

25,418
300

530,297
1,572,504
10
11,050
385

-26,276
384,617
-100,000
53,911
890



-851,554
-100,000
11,434
461,581
-5,600
548,429
-277
1,419
96,995


$12,126

9,517,307
4,661

371,864
980

3,686,537
11,578,082
20
57,320
4,090

495,642
7,618,041
135,000
583,400
2,365



55,884,840
275,000
513,316
3,016,488
7,629
8,031,768
18,671
32,979
3,077,888


M42,816

12,670,631
4,661

419,179
990

4,404,313
12,751,113
20

55,825
4,780

471,950
7,866,561
135,000
621,225
2,835


55,260,994
275,000
515,611
3,241,188
3,339
9,043,087
18,002
34,694
3,177,922 !


2,259,505 6,235,775 7,001,607 155.060,993 159,037,263 161,296,768
......... .......... -200,000 1,015,000 1,015,000 1,015,000

2,259,505 6,235,775 6,801,607 156,075.993 160,052,263 162,311,768

13,805 99,640 69,935 116,895 202,730 216,535
32,725 40,750 33,335 103,400 111,425 144,150
-197,500 1,699,716 1,151,400 1,721,100 3,618,316 3,420,816
.........-120 -55 4,011 3,891 3.891

-150,970 1,839,986 1,25-1.615 1,945,406 3.936,362 3,785,392
-150,970 1,839,986 1,254,615 1,945,406 3,936,362 3,785,392


2,377,510


10,569,149


7.916,597


169,476,652


177,668,291


180.045,801


$13,371

14,571,427
4,661

414,849
1,140

4,450,844
12,719,890
20
69,825

5,784

467,490
7,842,810
135,000
621,728
2,835



54,820,198
275,000
546,956
3,313,165
3,234
9,235,002
18,002
34,979
3,215,610





TABLE V--COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS
BY MONTHS OF CURRENT FISCAL YEAR (In millions)


SFiscal Com-
Year parable
L U.silif .ilin Oi) N,\ D)t ..Ian. FrIb M.irrh April May June July Aug. Sept. o Period
Date Prior
F. Y.

NET RECEIPTS

Individual income taxes........ .15.J221 16.609 :16.066 23.667, 14.509 8,255 1:25.029 .14,575 725.568 .17.fj86 17.215 1 194.499 3160.104
Corpurattin income taxes...... 1.684 1.048 10.386 2.146 1 281 9,301 9.767 1.403 15.640 2 020 1.368 56.043 50.199
Social insur.imce taxes and
contributions:
Empluvnient taxes and
contributions.............. I..595 9.762 7.059 8 439 11.850 9.636 12,044' 13 250 8.696 8.857 13.577 109.764 96.039
Uncinployment insurance .... 722 1,662 174 478 1.286 198 1.608 4.864 188 1.204 2.847 15.232 13,687
Cunt rbutiuns for other
Insurance and retirement... 488 499 483 512, 478 540 513 538 491 504 740 5.786 5.169
Excisetaxes ................. 1.635 1.712 1,597 1.520 1.436 1.434 1 529 1 601 1.464 1.659 1.498 17.085 16.739
Estate and gift taxes ............ 477 460 386 485 426 449 323 559 414 463 534 4,976 4,840
Customs duties .............. 621 646 594 630; 527 621 623 645 637 647 689 6,879 5,963
Miscellaneous receipts....... ._ 602 829 732 486 I 846 712, 794 852 811 828 886 i 8,379 6,666

Total--receipts this
year................ 28.745 33.227 37.477 38.3641 32.639 31,144 52 230 38.287 53.910 33,268 39.353 418.645 ..........
t 4-
Total -recippntor yar.... -* I / 10 ". 12 '6 11 21 26 2 25 21 42 4 W uvl 4" ji' '/ 194 15.040 ....... 5940'
-- -- --1. .. ..- r -- -- 4 J -- --__ -__ --
NET OUTLAYS

Leaislalive Branch............., 104 78 86 921 79 89 87 90 95 96 97 993 963
The Judiciary ................. 1: 49 30 35' 78 42 53 33 32 38 55 446 378
Executive Office of the
President................... 6 6 4 8 4 6 12 6 8 8 75 69
Funds Appropriated to the
President:
International security
assistance ................ -55, -290 -27 212, 316 366 -21 489 -14 -647 311 644, 2,282
International development ,1 1
assistance ................ 121 89 281 155, 20 130 144 91 121 114 125 1,392, 1,389
Other...................... 207 33 19 -Ili 1 6 4 -23 -28 8 -40 170, 678
Department of Agriculture:
Foreign assistance, special
export programs and
Commodity Credit I
Corporation ............ 969: 1,150 1,515 1,528 329 236 117' -97 -336 -507 -267 4.638 6,075
Other...................... 727 1.504 1,344 1.824 1,383 1.487 1.882 1.275 886 1.599 1.179' 15,092 12.428
Department of Commerce...... 487 475 418 3541 315 299 288 323 301 276 258 3,794 4.732
Department of Defense: -- -
Military 23.850
Department of the Army... 2,214 2,282 2,425 2,348 2.363 2,452 2,380 2.424 2,538 2.546 2.562 ) 26,5341 23850
Department of the Navy.... 3,376 2.880 2.956 2,872 2.837 3.379 3,101 3,183 3,115 3,550 3.450 34.701, 30,657
Department of Air Force.. 2,333 2.702 2.730 2.541 2.502 2,778 2.690; 2.873 2,751 2,793 3.052 29.743 26,618
Defense agencies ......... 1.237 1.353 1.269 1.4431 1.218 1,370 1.159 1.351 1,434 1,365 1,483 14.682 13.114

Total Military...... 9,160 9,216 9,380 9.2051 8,920 9.979 9,329 9.830 9.838 10.256 10.547 105.6601' 94,239
Civil ...................... 223 289 245 218 170' 174 197' 212 246 ; 282 305, 2.561 2,210


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


536 638


484 465


1,038 952

1,620 1.582
712 742
526 512

605 555


677 571


505 540


980 1,064

1,537 1,677

628 739
857 600

580 451


683 771 589 710


445 479 441 477


997 1,002 953 1,038

1,610 1,824 1.674 1,821

677 752 744 778
555 1,332 589 550

559 572 506 602


7,052 7.061 7,134 7.174 7,206 7,250 7.422 7.246

1,160 1,117 1,128 1,1171 1,121 1,132 1.137 1,141
159 562 1,810 67 589 1,087 78 597
745 964 -141 987 824 331 1,184 1.135


755 650 743


435 410 535.


1,063 973 1.271
I
1,753 1,763 1.877,

718 744 852
558 580 597

533 471 622

8,691 7.964 15 783

1,166 1.230 2.352
1.104 85 1.160
-739, 835 880'


7.3241' 5.538


5,2161. 4.812


9.869

16.416

6.697
6.858

6.069

74.208

11.558
6,729
5.194


11,3311

18,739

8,086
7.257,

6,054

89.984;;

13.8011
7,298
7.006i




TABLE V--COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS

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


Classification



OUTLAYS--Continued

Department of Housing
and Urban Development.........
Department of the Interior .......
Department of Justice ...........
Department of Labor:
Unemployment trust fund ......
Other .......................
Department of State ............
Department of Transportation:
Highway trust fund ............
Other ...........................
Department of the Treasury:
Interest on the public debt......
General revenue sharing.......
Other ........................
Environmental Protection
Agency........................
General Services
Administration ..............
National Aeronautics and
Space Admimstration...........
Veterans Administration
Compensation and pensions.....
National service life...........
Government service life .......
Other.......................
Independent agencies:
Office of Personnel Manage-
ment ......... ....... ......
Postal Service................
Small Business Admimstration.
Tennessee Valley Authority ....
Other ind. agencies ..........
Undistributed offsetting receipts:
Federal employer contributions
to retirement fund ...........
Interest credited to certain
accounts ...................
Rents and Royalties on Outer
Continental Shelf Lands.......

Total outlays--this year .....

Total oulays-prioryear ..........

Surplus (+) or deficit (-) this
year........................*

Surplus a() or deficit.) prior year .....


Oct.






S758
197
210

642
669
153

764
884

3,822
1,704
188

392

-161

300

773
27
6
839


1,048
1,785
448
134
917

-199

-103

-95


Nov. 1 Dec. I Jan.


3487
310
255

632
833
136

634
658

4,146
2
-158

342

75

350

838
22
5
800


973

131
182
443

-364

-231

-117


2835
260
176

743
893
30

529
662

8,138

-659

367

116

333

1,673
24
5
946


1,109

40
130
914

-508

-4.219

-143


,801 623
246 465
229 183

1.058 1.049
985 847
107 139

487 416
808 518

4.112 4.320
1.699 14
-743 136

430 366

-192 37

354 365

128 858
32 17
6 4
589 742


1.026

90
169
585

-378

9

-147


42,691 39,134 41,392 41,095 37.739


F F=--;--


984

91
98
122

-362

-211

-958


Fiscal I Corn-
Year parable
arch April May June July Aug. Sept. TYea Period
Date Prior
F. Y.
1 iI .


798 "552! Z818
264; 299 488
210 203 237

1,195 958 1,112
1,126 1,015 878
116 116 96

442 389 494
751 7921 656

4,2811 4,3851 4,663
1.713 1
118l 265 54

3791 3741 396
I
128 -1471 91

3891 198 366

1,6641 85 880
38, 301 41
61 6 8
1,0071 716 763


1,0021 1,119' 1.016

109 60 170
71 169 159
885 70 667

-383J -427 -369

-1041 -121 -232

-116' -11 -154

43,725 40,752 41.618


38.'92 I 3666 3J.648 1 I6.l8 1 .9141 40.206 J6080 16800


-13.946 -5.9071 -3.915 -2.7311 -5.100


.14663


.9.:69


.4.852


.3.717


-12.581 -11.478


-3.331


?933
207
204

922
903
82

537
639

8.638

-433

414

112

389

1,695
19
4
777


!779 1.009
264 503
210 215

886 1.000.
1,210 1,241
102 348

747 713
697 806

4.301 4,671
1.714
-458 -89

456 461

-56 81

341 413

63 1.7291
34 28'
8 5;
559 795'


1,152 1,106 1.041
...... ....... ......
80 87 243
168 203 201
992 752 721

-384 -373 -565

-4.429 7 -2221

-118 -387 -316


:8.392
3.509
2.331

10.196
10.600
1,426

6.153
7.870

55.477
6.847
-1.777

4.375

83
3.801

10,385
311
63
8.531


11,577
1.785
1.547
1.682
7.707


-4,311

-9,856

-2.668


-- -


40.687 1 40.482 54,279


l.184.3 J6 470 19 61.;


.7,071
2,959
2,211

10,457
10.765
1.178

5,234
6,886

45.067
6.823
962

3,641

25
3.636

8.873
480
59
8.110


10.024
1,696
2.220
1.249
7.618


-4,076

-8,445

-2.161


463.596


411 9l/


13,223 -7,214 -14,926-44951
-13,223 i -7.214 -14.926 1 -4.951


.14.9.71 6.465 .1.'09 *9014 *'6 .4 57


See footnotes on page 3.
See footnotes on page 3.


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


Current Month


Classification




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

Trust fund receipts and outlays
on the basis of Table 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 I ...............
Interfund receipts offset against
Federal fund outlays .............

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

Total interfund receipts and outlays...

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


Receipts Outlays


143
31

1,226

315
1.717


100
8
-193
2.325

-105
598
1,853


Fiscal Year
-. T _


. Excess Receipts Outlay


M42
24
193
-1.099

105
-284
-136


1,392
204

12.965

3,184
17,689


10.274 15,608 -5,335 77.144


425

667

361
2,847

-1


244

716
213
351
962
21
-25


18.004 22.677


182

-49
-213
10
1,885
-21
24


2,602
6,855
6,622

1,967
15,232
39


-4,673 145.894


1,561 1,561 -0- 23,051


862
20
-1,20
13,17

-32
4.18
16,74

85,16

1,45
6,84
5,42
-1,32
3,38
9,10
-30
-16



143,59


to Date



's Excess





6 8766
4 -0-
2 1,202
7 -212

6 326
7 -1,003
5 944

8 -8,024

3 1,149
7 7
0 1,202
8 1,328
9 -1,422
7 5,525
4 304
5 203


8


23,051


2,296


19.565 24.238 -4,673 168,945 166,649 2,296

21.349 31,602 -10.254 279,606 326,853 47,247

10 10 -0- 164 164 -0-


21.359 31,613 -10,254 279.770 327,017 47,247
-1,571 -1,571 -0- -30,070 -30,070 -0-

39.353 54,279 -14,926 418,645 463,596 -44,951


Securities held as Investments
Current Fiscal Year

Beginning of C e
__ Close of
T This Month


This Year:



$3,687
13
8,032
4,352

3.537
56,532
11,757

30,967

4,021

11,578
3,078
9,517
8,832
173


156,076


This Month



$4,404
5
9,043
5,203

3,760
55,955
12,345

26,447

4,979

12,751

3,178
12,671
9,095
217


$4,451
5
9,235
4,906

3,863
55,510
12,756

26,795

5,010

12,720

3,216
14,571
9,067
207


__ __ __ a~ __ __ _


160,052


t S


162,312


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


L __






TABLE VII--SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS BY SOURCE AND OUTLAYS BY FUNCTION (In thousands) 29


Budget Receipts and Outlays

Classication Fiscal Year Comparable Period
This Month To Date Prior Fiscal Year


NET RECEIPTS
Individual income taxes.......................................................... 17,214.779 194.499,496 3160,104,279
Corporation income taxes ..................................................... 1,367,518 56,043,462 50,198,887
Social insurance taxes and contributions:
Employment taxes and contributions ........................................... 13,577,152 109.764,451 96.039,457
Unemployment insurance .................................................... 2,846,816 15,232,340 13,687,271
Contributions for other insurance and retirement................................ 740,059 5,785,957 5.168,840
Excise taxes .................................................................. 1,497,586 17,084.576 16,739,042
Estate and gift taxes ........................................................... 533,740 4,976,466 4.840.025
Customs.................................................................. .. 688,587 6.879,272 5,963,165
Miscellaneous receipts ......................................................... 886,433 8,378,690 6,665,677
Total..................................................................... 39,352,669 418,644,708 359.406,644

NET OUTLAYS
National defense .............................................................. 10,656,621 106,584,158 96,185,488
International affairs ............................................ ............. 943,629 4,671.814 5.696,575
General science, space, and technology.......................................... 503,234 4,582,548 4,317,846
Energy ...................................................................... 788,574 8.278.362 5.111,216
Natural resources and environment.............................................. 1,394,233 11,112.413 9,632,822
Agriculture ................................................................. .. -214.703 6.438,776 7.335,246
Commerce and housing credit................................................... 59,022 2,638,390 2,854,543
Transportation ............................................................... 1,701,845 15,424,300 13.890,700
Community and regional development ............................................ 932,791 8,731.713 9,825,007
Education, training, employment and social services............................. 2,645,028 26,182,897 23.629.130
Health ..................... .............................. .. ................. 4,632,025 45,504,680 40,194,533
Income security .............................................................. 23,658,798 155,950,156 133,633,336
Veterans benefits and services .................................................. 2,558,929 19,316,532 17,545,289
Administration of justice ................................................... 397,077 3,856,947 3,462.402
General government............................................................ 431,740 4,338,308 3,336.529
General purpose fiscal assistance ............................................. 53,109 8,002,088 9.249.591
Interest.............. ......... ............ ...................................... 4,240,301 48,815,942 40,733,423
Undistributed offsetting receipts................................................. -1,103,200 I -16,834,305 -14,682,831

Total.......................................................... .......... 54,279,054 463,595,720 411,950,845


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