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Monthly Treasury Stateme

of Receipts and Outlays of

the United States Government


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K
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1986


F or Fi ial Year 1986,
Through April W(), 1986,
and Other Periods


Department of the Treasury
Financial Managemrnt Service


- --- ---
-a-~3~1C~~


Outlays -
page 7




Receipts
by Source
Outlays by
Function -
page 29


Deficit
Financing -
page 20


Summary -
page 2


Receipts -
page 6


Federal
Trust Funds/
Securities -
page 28


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Introduction


The Maonry Teasury Statement of Recepts and Oulays of fhe Uned States
Govwnme ntMS) is prepared by the Department of the Treasury, Financal Manage-
ment Service, and after approval by the Fscal Assistant Secretary of the Treasury,
is norma released on the 15th workday of the month owing thereporing month.
The publication is based on data provided by Federal entitles, disbursing officers,
and Federal Reserve banks.

Audience
The MTS is published to meet the needs of: Those responsible for or interested
In the cash position of the Treasury; Those who are responsible for or Interested
in the Government's budget results; and individuals and businesses whoe opera-
tions depend upon or are related to the Government's financial operations.

Dolosdure Statemnt
This statement summarizes the financial activities of the Federal Government
and off-budget Federal enthle conducted in accordance with the Budget of the U.S.
Government, i.e., receipts and outlays of funds, the surplus or deficit, and the means
of financing the deficit or disposing of the surplus. Information is presented on a
modified cash basis: receipts are accounted for on the basis of collections; outlays


of receipts ae treated as deductions from gross recipes; revolving and manage-
ment fund receipts, reimbursements and refunds of monies previous expended
ae treated as deductions from gross outlays; and interest on the public debt (public
issue) is recognied on the accrual basis. Maor information sources include so-
ouning dta report by Federal enile, disbursing officer, and Federal Reserve
banks.

Tdld of PubLisgn.
The MTS b prt of a trad of Tresury final reports. The Doy Tmaury Stte-
ment is published each working day of the Federal Government. It provi data
on the cash and debt operation of the Treasury based upon reporting of the
Treasury account balances by Federal Rerve banks. The MTS is a report of
Gverment receipts and outlays, based on agency reporting. The U.S. Goemn-
ment Annul Rport is the oicial publication of the detailed receipt and outlys
of the Government. It s published annually In accordance with legislative mandates
given to the Secretary of the Treasury.

Data Soure anid Inlormatlon
The Explanatory Notes section of this publicatiotkn provides inormaion concern-
ing the flow of data into the MTS and sources of information relevant to the MTS.


Table 1. Summary of Receipts, Outlays, and the Deficit/Surplus of the U.S. Government, Fiscal Years 1985 and 1986,
by Month (In millions)

Period Receipts Outley. oet/Supkl (-)


FY 1985
October ........................... $52,251 '680.260 $28,009
November ......................... 51.494 180.390 28.896
December ......................... 62.404 '76,971 14.568
January ........................... 70,454 '78,446 7,993
February .......................... '54,049 '75,101 '21,053
March ............................ '49,613 '79.115 '29,502
April ............................. '94,599 '83,214 '-11,385
May ....................... ...... 39,794 81,791 41,997
June ............................. 72,151 73,520 1,369
July ............. .............. ... 257,970 279,503 21,532
August ........................ 55.776 83373 27,597
September ........................ 73.808 74,572 764

Year-to-ate3 ................... 73733,996 945,927 211,931




FY 196
October ........................... 57,881 84,968 27,087
November ......................... 51,163 84,548 33,386
December.... .................... 68,193 82,849 14,856
January ........................... 76,710 83,201 6.492
February .......................... 53,370 77,950 24,580
March ............................ 49,557 79.700 30,142
April ............................. 91,438 81,510 -9,928
Yeorto.dtte ......................... 448,311 574,726 126,414





'Includes an adjustment to prior reporting.
2Dos not include a prior period adjustment of $326 milon. However, the current fcal yer to date fgure dos Include the adjusment.
n accordance with he Balanced Budget and Eergency Deficit Control Act of 1985 (Public Law 99177), a budt t e no pset budget Th Federal Financing nk
(FF) activtles are now shown s separate accounts under the agencies that use the FFB to finance their programs. Publi Law 99 has as mod two social u trust funds edl od
survivors insurance and Federal disability insurance trust fund) off-budget.
Note: Detall may not add to totals due to rounding.
Source: Financial Management Service, Department of the Treasury






Table 2. Summary of Budget and Off-Budget Resuts and Financing of th U.S. Government. April 198 and
Other Periods (in millions)


Total on-udg and of-budget result
Totalceam ........

ONI-bud I Rcep..
OludBPO^MI.......l......


Total Oute y .. ...

Or-udb t Ou~y.

Total urpk (+) or D (-).......

On-obugo Surplu (+)or Do r (-).
On-budg Surplua (+) or D i (-)

Tot On-udget d OfIu0 Financ

Mean of financing
By Boring from 1 publiC ......
By Rneucloon of Cash and Monary
.ts, increms (-) .....
By Ohr means ....


CurentI
Month


$91,436

698130
22.308


81.510

67.276
14.234


Actul
Fmeal Yer
toof..


$448,311

331,505
116,880


574.726

472.368
102,368


Eamotee
FuM FCal
Yewr I


777.139

579 201
197,938


979 928

795 185
184 743


Actul

Fiecal Yewr
to Date
(1965)



$434,862


327 720
107.142


553.497

451,132
102,365


Budet
EMImalee
Ne x1 Ftecal
Yew (1987)



$850 372


636 097
214 275

994,002

795 386
196 17


+9,928 -126,414 -202 789 11 635 143.w0

+1.854 -140,863 -215.964 123,412 159,288
+8,074 +14,449 + 13196 +4.777 15,58

-9,928 126,414 202 789 118.635 143,630


14,213

-22,542
-1.599


141.839

-20 710
5,286


204,151

- 2,940
578


123 026

-11,772
7,381


141.680


1.950


'5amd on the FY 187 budt rt1a-ed by Ure O6c of lanwaemee mend Budge on Februy 5, 6IM.
n ecoamr c w the Baliancd Budge ond Emergency D C Act of 16 (Pubic Low 1n. foam off-budge entity are now presented on-ud Th. Federal FTncf"mng Bank
(FFU) wcIs we nio wwn seprgm counr under id e agences ma uLe the FF9 to ftnance twe programs Pubitc Law 9-177 has eleo moved two soel wcunrI wrust funds IFrs' m- a-ge
vurvwr muWWIr nce d Fedtra dmasry lrnuranc tmre funds) oM-budge
Now -ouM- m- y not 40d ao taf due la roundng
Sourc M mwgeeanl Swervi. DepWmntw of tht Tresury






Figure 1. Month Receipts, Outlays, and Budget Deftcit/Surplus of the U.S. Government. Fiscal Years 1985 and 1986


100


80


60


40


20


0


-20


-40


-60


Dec. Feb. Apr. June Aug Oct

FY
86


Dec Feb. Apr.


Oct.
FY
85


C-Meartten





Figure 2. Monthly Receipts of the U.S. Government, by Source, Fiscal Years 1985 and 1986


In billions of dollars


100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0


Oct. Dec. Feb. Apr. June Aug.
FY
85


Oct. Dec.
FY
86


Feb. Apr.


Figure 3. Monthly Outlays of the U.S. Government, by Function, Fiscal Years 1985 and 1986




In billions of dollars
100
Total Outlays
80


60 Social Security & Medicare


40 Other Non Defense

National Defense
20 -

Interest on the Public Debt
0


Oct. Dec. Feb. Apr. June Aug Oct. Dec. Feb. Apr.
FY FY
85 86


-- --------I,






Table 3. Summary of Receipts and Outlays of th U.S. Government,


April 1M and Other Perods (In milllons)


Chmmefcatton


This Month


FudN F Ye
FuH Ftocal VrW


"McelpftI
Indivdual income taxes
Corporation come taxe
Social nurance taxes and coninbutions
Employment takes and contnburtons (offl-udgs t)
Employment taxes and contnbutions (on-budget)
Unerploymenl Insurance
Oer regrment contributions
Exciee taxes
Estate and gift taxes
CunMom d~t..
cf aneou receipts



(OTeag. )........ ........................
(Or-uw d wgt) .. . .... . ...


Outty~

Lgslatve Branch
The Judicy
ExecuaV Offce of the President
Funds Appropnrted to w Priden .......
Depnent of Agricultur ...... ....... ........
Depotrmw of Comnerce ...
DeparUmni of Delen-Miitary
Depatnint of Delene--Cvl ...
Dpwtr of Education ......
Depmar n .e of Energy....
Deparnnt of Heat and Human Services
except Socal Secunty
Depearnent o Healt and Human Services Socil Security
Department of Housang and Urban Devopment..........
Departmnent of the Interior
Department of Ju e
Department of Labor ........
Department of .State. .. .. ..
Deprunmem of Transportation .. ......
Department of the Treasury
Geralw revenue hag ... ...... .
Intre on the public det

Enwonmenal Proticon Agency
General Services Adminitration
National Aonue and Spac Admnstration ......
Omfie of Personne Management ....... ... .
Smna usines AdmintrIon ..
Vesprane Admentratron

Alowancr undirenbuted
Undlruted ofmng rcpt

Employer shae.empoyee retirement (on-budge)
Employers hare, mploye retirement (off-budgt)
Int t received by on-budget trust funds
enter t received by o budget tru ..............un
Ftni and royle on the Outer Continental Shwif lands
Sale of ma0or physiWcal maewts ..... ... ....

ta l ....... .......... .... ...... ... .... ........




eu*)a (.) .M.(-) ........... .............
(O64 ~nd e) .....................................

Surphae(+ ) ard .(-)1 .............. .... ........

(OnrW udglt)............................ .. .

(Off-udgo t) .............. ...... ... ..


45,120
8,716

22.306
6,063
2.999
366
2.512
680
1 087
1.568


1208 400
35 131

116 806
31 716
10670
2 755
19.702
3.938
7,310
11.883


5208 598
35.393

107,142
27 697
11 58
2 739
20.668
3,756
6,924
10,357


353 738
70 865

197938
54,176
23581
4 743
34 628
6073
12.404
18.993


91,43 448.311 434,342 777,13-

6.,130 331.505 327.720 579.201

22.306 11,06 107,142 107,936


118 958 900 1946
129 860 58 1 062
7 64 65 111
652 6,020 7.557 12,467
5,763 35 888 33.959 54,194
269 1,252 1,186 2001
22.234 152 510 138,005 258.425
1.685 11,924 10.270 20587
1,435 10,864 10,465 17,840
865 6.608 7,110 10076

13,438 84 855 75.536 140894
14,521 106,184 105,872 192 004
1.548 9,465 20.865 15154
320 2582 2.712 4864
314 2,199 2,063 3.847
2.273 14.057 14,126 23,124
292 1,765 1 621 2.915
2,211 15,176 13,406 26.350

1,129 3,380 3,449 4,433
13,488 105,310 100.547 196,100
-1,362 6.585 -9.697 15.784
374 2,873 2,604 4,632
-319 -64 -375 40
632 4511 4,390 7341
2,048 13.603 13.683 24,069
2 152 332 935
2332 15.623 15.551 26.538
783 6,007 6.958 10912


-1.067 -1,067 300
-2,058 -14,199 13.199 -26,23
-244 1,599 -1.396 2843
-152 -10.340 -10520 -26654
-43 -2,227 -2.109 -4,418
-2085 -3,685 3 023 5450
1,200

81.510 574,726 553,497 979.928

67.276 472,361 451,132 7?".15

14,234 102.354 102,365 184.743

+9.926 12.414 118,35 -202,73

+1.854 140,563 123.412 215.,84


+ .074


+14,449


,4,777


+13.196


'Bsed on mh FY 19 BudO lm rlead by OMBo on Fneruwa 5 1gM
21n accOrna wh m Belanced Budge in Emergency Deft Control Acl 1986 (Pubic Law I TTi al torment ofl Oudt n, i re now prlened nr- ud p d The Fmoram Fmicnanng Ban
(FB) mcvinu art now a hown n mmes coomu under agens mi ue o FFB o 1 ce .w mw trogvsnw Publ Law 177 ha &lo movd two aK xCI ecurUy true funded IF drMl L-agq
urWnmon irurance nd FeOM drlmabl y nwuriwce tru frundl aff-udgO
nclfudMs an adpmiuiw to p or repon n
Sourac FinwncUd Manwgwin Swwv Dwpenmett of w TreMary


Actual
This fcal
Yew to Dte


Actul
PComperio
nrioc erfod


I1


~


~ ~


I 1


I






Table 4. Receipts of the U.S. Government, April 1986 and Other Periods (In millions)

This Month Current Flecal Year to Date Prior Ftacal Yer to Date
Ctselfitlon Gres Refunds Gres Refund a ro Refunds
Receipt (dut) ko Repct (Deduct) Re elptsi (Deduct) ec


Individual Income taxes:
Withheld .. ...
Presidential Election Campaign Fund ..............
Other .. ...
Total-Individual Income taxes ...................
Corporation Income taxes ..........................
social Inurance taxes and contributions:
Employment taxes and contributions,
Federal old-age and survivors Ins. trust fund:
Federal Insurance Contnbutions Act taxes ........
Self-Employment Contributions Act taxes .. ..
Deposits by States .... ....
Total-FOASI trust fund (off-budget)2 ... ...
Federal disability insurance trust fund:
Federal Insurance Contributions Act taxes ...
Self-Employment Contributions Act taxes .. ..
Deposits by States ...... ..
Total-FDI trust fund (off-budget)2 .
Federal hospital insurance trust fund:
Federal Insurance Contributions Act taxes ......
Self-Employment Contributions Act taxes .
Deposits by States ..
Total-FHI trust fund .. .. ...
Railroad retirement accounts:
Rail industry pension fund .. ......
Railroad social security equivalent benefit .......
Total-Employment taxes and contributions ... ..
Unemployment insurance:
Unemployment trust fund
State taxes deposited in Treasury .....
Federal Unemployment Tax Act taxes .........
Railroad Unemployment Ins. Act contributions .
Total-Unemployment trust fund .... .
Federal employees retirement contributions:
Civil service retirement and disability fund ..........
Foreign service retirement and disability fund........
Other .................... ............
Total-Federal employees retirement contributions..
Other retirement contributions:
Civil service retirement and disability fund ..........
Total-Social Insurance taxee and contributions ......
Exciee taxes:
Miscellaneous excise taxes3 .........................
Airport and airway trust fund ........................
Highway trust fund ............... ..............
Black lung disability trust fund ........................
Total-Excise taxes ............................
Estate and gift taxes ..............................
Customs duties ......... ....... ... ...
M'seasneous recpts:
Deposits of earnings by Federal Reserve banks .........
All other ............................. ..........
Total-Miscelneous receipts ....................

Total-4Recepts ........................... ......

Total-On budget .............................

Total-Off-budget ............................


'$21,905
10


.W. .:", $181,830
S,7:,. :^ 21


:.. / ~ .:: $173,472 -/:
S 18


142,555 ; '68,905 ..: 67,849
64,470 $19,850 145,120 250,755 842,355 $206,400 241,339 $32,741 20M,50
11,192 2,476 8,716 46,289 11,158 35,131 48,160 10,787 35,393



'14.274 .... 14,274 89.867 ...... 89,867 81,569 ...... 81,569
'4,792 ...... 4,792 6,396 ..... 6,396 5,773 ..... 5,773
1,246 .... 1,246 10,153 .... 10,153 10,394 ...... 10,394
20,312 ..... 20,312 106,415 ..... 106.415 97,736 ...... 97,736

11.383 ...... 1.383 8,648 .... 8.648 7,928 ..... 7,928
'464 .... 464 625 ...... 625 569 .. 569
150 ...... 150 1,118 .... 1.118 909 .. 909
1.996 ...... 1.996 10.391 .... 10,391 9.406 .. 9,406

'4,039 ...... 4.039 24,827 ... 24,827 21,601 .. .. 21,601
'1.254 ...... 1,254 1,654 1,654 1,437 .... 1,437
434 ..... 434 3.118 .. 3.118 2,440 2,440
5.727 5.727 29.599 ..... 29,599 25.479 ...... 25,479

241 3 238 1,121 6 1,116 1,216 14 1,202
118 .. 118 1,002 ...... 1,002 1.016 ..... 1,018
28,394 3 28,391 148,528 6 148.523 134,853 14 134,840


2,333 2,333 7,863 7.863 7.969 7.969
731 116 615 2,821 181 2,640 3,635 181 3.454
50 .. 50 167 ...... 167 162 162
3,115 116 2.999 10.851 181 10,670 11,767 181 11,586

354 354 2,674 .. 2,674 2,663 ..... 2,663
3 3 24 ...... 24 23 .. 23
(* ) .. .. (" ) 1 ...... 1 1 ... .. 1
357 .... 357 2,699 ...... 2,699 2,688 ...... 2,668

9 ...... 9 56 .. .. 56 52 52

31,875 118 31,756 162,135 187 161,948 149,359 194 149,165

1,330 44 1,286 11,357 394 10,962 11,507 238 11268
232 (") 232 1,548 7 1,541 1,606 4 1,604
1,128 182 946 7,087 180 6,907 7,664 179 7,485
48 ...... 48 291 ...... 291 311 ...... 311
2,738 227 2,512 20,263 51 19,702 21,089 421 20,168
726 46 m0 4,073 134 3,93 3,643 87 3,75
1,132 45 1,087 7,607 298 7,310 7,154 230 6,924

1,381 ...... 1,381 10,906 ...... 10,906 9,480 ...... 9,480
187 (") 187 981 3 977 883 6 877
1,'568 () 1,568 11,887 3 11,883 10,363 6 10,357

113,701 22,262 91,438 503,029 54,717 448,311 479,306 44,446 434,862

91,302 22,262 69,130 386,222 54,717 331,505 372,166 44,446 327,720


22,306


...... 116,806 107,142


107,142


In acccordance with the provisions f the Social Security Act as amended "Individual Income Taxe Withheld" has been decreased and "Federal Contribution Act Taxes" correspondingly in-
cread by $1,349 million to correct estimates or the quarter June 30, 1965. "Individual Income Taxes-other' has been decreased and "Self Empoyment Contribution Act Taxes" c spondngly
Inc dby mMlon to cocr estimate for calendar year 19 and prior.
n accordance wth the Balance Budget and Emergency Defct Control act of 1985 (Public Law 99-177), all former off-budgt entitles are now presented on-budget. The Federal Financing Bank
(FFB) ctvites are now shown a a accounts under the genes that use the FFB to finance their programs. Public Law 99177 has also moved two social security trut funds (Federa old-age
sunyors Insurance and Federal disability Insurance trust funds off-budget.
,ncludfe amounts received or windfall profit tax pursuant to P.L. 96223.
...No transactions
(**) Les than $500,000.
Note: Detals may not add to totals because of rounding.
Source: Fnncial Management Service, Department of te Treasury.


...... 22,308 116,806






Tabil 5. Outlay of the U.S. ovenmenrt, April 19 and Other Petod (In mlllons)


Thit Month Current Fl

Greym ApitepI ou_ GroU ,AI
Ou-P -eceipto Out


Ical Y ea to Dete

plkcale
Receipts


Prior Flecal Yer to Dete


Groe Applica be
SOutleys Receipts


He ON ar at e bwa s ...... ....... ....

CM oe am o- ud .. Off ........ ........c
AUrhft of i Cm C apol ....... .... .. .
L nay of ConMres ....................
QO~erm --nag Plg oneO&

FGenP a fund app.. ......... .............
Gnal Accoung O ......... .........
U d S i Tax Court...... ..........

Prop ry p fom pu c ..................

Teud e.ea e .... ............

The -Judctry



S..................
Tai O.-Tm .Juncihry ............ ..


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Pues Apprepteatd to *s PwelieM


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,iMasitainc .oM ..........................
Tr -m yYq l "r ........................
FFXB Diorn Lon l m .., o ............




Tea c pIong Dr p ,n t ... ....... ....





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Ppwet kly rorgipsn from and puaic.
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FF3 L Am Purchase'
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Table mombsued i pae


$1 $23
1 40





-11

18
3
1
(.) (*.)
(*-)


$163
287
68
9
56
141

5
60
164
14
9

-6


$4 $159
6 281
68
9
56
141

5
60
164
14
9
3 -3
6-


5154
267
62
9
63
141

18
52
162
11
12

-3


54 $150
5 262
62


141
186
-iae
52
162
11
12
3 -3
-3


120 2 118 971 13 98 912 12 900


1 ... 1 9 9 8 8

122 ..... 122 619 619 547 547
6 ..... 6 33 33 30 30

1 ...... 1 .1 ..... O ...... 5S



2 ..... 2 14 14 14 14
2 2 22 22 25 25
3 ..... 3 29 29 26 26

7 ...... 7 64 ...... 64 8 ...... I6


46 ...... 48 250 2. 50 128 126


40 60 -20 547 495 52 363 143 219
269 ...... 280 1.556 1.556 1.390 1.390
129 25 106 999 401 596 910 367 543
264 ...... 264 2.683 2.683 2,91 ..... 2 916
461 ...... 461 897 697 700 700
3 ...... 3 27 .. 27 25 25
4 ..... 4 25 25 20 ... 20
... 3 -3 92 -92 .119 119

1,190 87 1,103 6,533 988 5545 6325 630 5 95




267 ... 27 457 457 446 .44
48 ... 48 198 198 211 211
48 .... 4 206 20 170 170
(") ...... (") 72 72 145 145

383 363 933 933 972 972


192 ( ) 192 831 2 829 734 3 732

29 .... 29 231 231 224 224

43 ..... 43 43 43 41 41
3 4 -1 167 17 149 143 19 124
.... U ,, 448 448 395 -39

287 72 196 1.271 467 604 1,142 417 724

1 1 8 8 68
12 .. 12 78 78 67 (V) 87

-8 8 -16 -S 52 57 "14 44 -58
3 3 3 -3
2 (") 2 15 8 8 14 11 3
(") (") 2 2 1 1

6M 80 56 2302 529 1 773 2.188 475 1713
.. ... ... ............ ..... ......... .. ..... ... ... ... .... "," .... ......... ... ..... ......... ..


Chomlmoso


--






Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, April 1986 and Other Periods (In millions)-Continued

This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Prior Fiscal Year to Date
Classification
Clificatlon Gross Applicable Ol Gross Applicable O Gross Applicable
Outlays Receipts ay Outlays Receipts Ou Outlays Receipts u


Funds Appropriated to the President:-Continued
International monetary programs ....................
Military sales programs:
Foreign military sales trust fund ...................
Other ..................... ...... .......
Proprietary receipts from the public ................
Other ................. .......................

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

Department of Agriculture:
Departmental administration ........................
Agricultural Research Service ........................
Cooperative State Research Service ...................
Extension Service ..................................
Statistical Reporting Service .........................
Economic Research Service .......................
Foreign Agricultural Service ................. .......
Foreign Assistance Programs ........................
Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service .......
Federal Crop Insurance Corporation ...................
Commodity Credit Corporation:
Price Support and Related Programs ................
National Wool Act Program ............. .........
Rural Electrification Administration:1
FFB Direct Loans and Asset Purchases ..............
Other ................. .. ......... .....
Farmers Home Administration:
Public enterprise funds:
Self-help housing land development fund ...........
Rural housing insurance fund ....................
Agricultural credit insurance fund ..................
Rural development insurance fund ................
Rural water and waste disposal grants ...............
Salaries and expenses .............................
FFB Loan Asset Purchases' ......................
Other ..................... .......................

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

Soil Conservation Service:
Conservation operations .........................
Watershed and flood prevention operations ...........
Other ............................. ...
Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service .............
Agricultural Marketing Service:
Funds for strengthening markets, income, and supply...
Other ...................... ............
Food Safety and Inspection Service ..................
Food and Nutrition Service:
Food stamp program ..............................
Nutrition assistance for Puerto Rico .................
Child nutrition programs ...........................
Women, infants and children programs ...............
Other ............... .. .......................

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

Forest Service:
Forest research ............... .............
National Forests system .........................
Construction ..................................
Forest Service permanent appropriations .............
Cooperative work .............. ............
Other ........................................

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

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

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


- 355

883
14

4


-355 1.105


$84
1,518


883
-70
-1,518
4


5,610
90

21


..... 1,105 $112


$178
5.987


5,610
-88
-5,987
21


5,714
10

(")


$112


$76
5,739


5,714
-66
-5,739
(")


2,422 1,769 652 13,702 7.682 6,020 14,477 6,920 7,557


15 15 58 ... 58 45 ... 45
40 ... 40 297 ...... 297 283 ...... 283
24 .... 24 154 ..... 154 143 ...... 143
26 ... 26 200 ...... 200 197 ...... 197
4 ... 4 34 ... 34 32 ...... 32
3 .... 3 26 ...... 26 25 ...... 25
6 ...... 6 51 ..... 51 47 ...... 47
79 ... 79 383 ..... 383 693 ...... 693
-20 -20 14 .14 139 ..... 139
26 6 20 475 117 359 457 125 332

2.608 770 1.837 22,254 3,232 19,021 18.351 3,880 14.471
100 ... 100 101 101 96 ...... 96

102 101 1 1.278 1.525 -246 1,404 908 496
248 251 -3 1,204 1,184 20 1,085 1,028 57


("") (") (") (") (" ) (")
432 291 141 3.214 2,252 962 5,470 4,606 864
1,584 435 1,148 4.874 3.345 1.529 7,325 5,898 1.426
209 147 62 1.435 1.059 375 2.018 1,464 554
11 ...... 11 106 .. 106 86 ...... 86
26 .26 204 ...... 204 183 ..... 183
365 365 940 1.280 -340 6,860 5.730 1,130
5 (") 5 25 2 23 18 1 17

2.630 873 1,758 10.797 7.938 2.859 21,961 17,700 4,261


28 ...... 28 205 ...... 205 213 ... 213
23 ..... 23 147 ...... 147 125 ...... 125
5 5 39 ..... 39 40 ...... 40
30 .. 30 160 ...... 160 161 ...... 161

9 .. 9 266 .... 266 320 .... 320
24 6 18 113 25 89 105 18 87
26 .... 26 206 206 204 ...... 204

986 ... 986 6,806 ...... 6.806 6,914 ...... 6,914
68 ... 68 476 ...... 476 473 ...... 473
416 ...... 416 2,504 ... 2,504 2,386 ...... 2.386
137 ... 137 938 ...... 938 900 ..... 900
35 ..... 35 169 .. 169 152 ...... 152

1,642 ..... 1,642 10,893 ...... 10,893 10,826 ...... 10,826


9 ..... 9 65 ...... 65 64 ...... 64
82 ... 82 775 ...... 775 610 ... 610
17 .. .. 17 157 ...... 157 172 ...... 172
9 9 243 ..... 243 256 ...... 256
12 ..... 12 -67 ..... -67 65 ...... 65
9 .... .9 57 ..... 57 81 ...... 81

137 .. 137 1,231 .. 1,231 1,249 ...... 1,249

14 2 12 95 19 76 65 3 62
55 -55 ...... 756 -756 ...... 644 -644
. .... ... (" ) ...... (" )

7,827 2,064 5,763 50,683 14,795 35,888 58,264 24,305 33,959


Table continued on next page.






Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, April 1986 and Other Perdod (In mlllions)-Contlnued


The Month

IV I if !.
Otam" ouAp. ,
outiw. 1Rees 0uty


CurrTnt Fscal Yar to DOte Prior Ftecal Yea to Due
--- __--_ 4-
Grow. o..ll App e Ouro.
Ouma"y I Mce* Ouisy3c I ptu


OepeWr et Of CommerKO:
ener admmitraton ..............
Buraau o the Census
Economic and Stabcal Anarya .. ...
Economic DOvelopnmnit Aasatance
Promobon of Industry and Co ce.......
Science id technology
Natnal Oceanic and Atmospheric Adminixtraton
Palent and Tradenma Orfce
Nabonal Bursu of Standards .
National Teleomnmunicaona ind Infmaton
Admntaon ............. ..... ...

Total-Sca nce md technology ...

Propritary reeip from the public ...........
Intrabudgetary trartacti .

Toa-D m of Co rce ................

Depmll me CO Delense-Wmty:
Mtary personnel
Department of the Army
Departbeni of the Navy .......
ODartnent of the Air Force .

To-Mdiy p ers .... ...... ..

Operaain and maintflnance:
D lmW it of the Army .. .......
Depao m e the Na .....................
Department of the Air Force .
De agencies .............. ....

ToIa-cOpaer on and mainte e ... ....

Procurement
Dopaortmnt of te Aly ........ ......
Department of th Navy......
Depament of the AAt For............ ..
Deen e agenci r ...........................

Taws-Procurement.. ..

RAmWrch. development, t aid evaluation:
Department of the Armnny ......... ....
D -partwme of the Navy .
Department of the Air Force............
Delf e agencies .....-- .. .........

Tolaw-mw c. development teat, and evaluation

Miltry conrtructon
Department of the Army ................... ....
Department of the Ny .
Department of the Air Force ..............
Deenme agencies .

Totai-Mlitary construcon .......

Famny housing .. ....
RwvoMng and managenwil tunds:
Public en arpr. ..i. ...nd
Intragovrmmental funds:
Department of Am .. .. ..
Department of the Navy
FFB Direct Loan'. .
Other .
Department of the Air Force .. ... .
Doane agendcies ..
O ther . .
Proprietary receipts trom tVe public
Intrebug tryaneaconn ..

Te -Dpme of Deof ee-Utwy


25
5
7
20


$212
120
37
33
147


5o0 1682
120
37
33
147


$246
101
44
("')
147


$47 $109
101
44
(")
147


185 1 184 739 9 730 59 8 506
7 .. 7 48 48 57 57
7 7 68 68 63 83

3 3 16 .. 16 21 21

201 1 200 870 9 61 736 8 728

3 -3 34 -34 31 -31
() (**) -74 -74 -3 -3

212 13 28 1,344 93 1.252 1,272 S 1,15



2,270 2.270 15.789 15,789 14,802 14,002
1,9 ... 1,989 13,708 13708 12729 12 729
1,689 1.68 11,752 11,752 11,036 11,036

5,94 ..... 5,94 41,249 41,249 38366 38366


1.734 1,734 11,679 .. 11,879 10.630 10,630
1,890 1,900 13,761 ..... 13,781 14,183 14,183
1.695 ..... 1,696 12,148 .... 12,148 10,879 10.879
623 623 4.505 4.505 4,179 4,179

5.743 .. 5,743 42.090 .. 42.090 39,872 39 872


1,180 ...... 1.180 8,607 8,897 7,907 .. 7 907
2,432 ... 2,432 15.644 15.644 14,296 14,296
2,0 ..... 2,89 18392 18392 15,687 15687
76 ..... 76 575 575 54 .. 9

6,358 6,358 43.308 43,308 38,483 38,483


364 .... 364 2,288 2.... 28 2 2 ,280
868 ... 868 5,300 .... 5 300 4,480 4,400
1,110 1,110 8,048 8.048 6,782 6.7 2
541 ..541 2,661 2.,61 1 936 1 936

2,864 2,884 18.297 18.297 15,487 15.487


112 112 841 841 811 11
108 108 757 757 728 728
123 123 919 919 806 806
30 .. 30 240 240 201 201

373 373 2.758 2,756 2 344 2.344

236 .... 236 1.0 (*) 1.0 1,444 1.444

(V) ("*)() 1 1 (*) 1 1 ("

7 7 572 .. 572 204 204

48 48 301 68 323 821 55 786
278 78 6 .6 -6 107 -107
130 .... 130 403 403
268 268 1.178 1 178 743 743
36 30 5 204 175 28 182 181 1
268 26 20 -20 349 349
-18 -18 309 30 205 206

22.291 M 22.234 163,034 S24 152.510 1.1571 S6 13,.006


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Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, April 1986 and Other Periods (In millions)-Continued

This Month Curent Flcl Yer to Date Prior Flocl Yer to Dat
CMlecan Groes Applicsble Ou~ey OUrosy Appeei* r Applicabe Ot O
Outiay Rooi*ots Outlays t-e- I OUWp outia"sIAA Rei -. lie


Depatment of Dfense-Cvil
Corps of Engineers:
General investigations .................. .........
Construction, general ............... .. .......
Operation and maintenance, general .................
Flood control ..................... .. ..........
Other ......... ................................
Proprietary receipts from the public.................

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

Military retirement fund:
Payments to military retirement fund .................
Military retirement fund .... ................. ....
Intrabudgetary transactions ......................
Other ............... .......................
Proprietary receipts from the public ..................

Total-Depatment of Defense-Cvil ...............

Deptment of Education:
Office of Elementary and Secondary Education:
Compensatory education for the disadvantaged ........
Impact aid .....................................
Special programs ..............................
Indian education ...............................

Total-Office of Elementary and Secondary Education

Office of Bilingual Education and Minority Languages
Affairs ........................................
Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services:
Education for the handicapped .....................
Rehabilitation services and handicapped research .....
Payments of institutions for the handicapped ..........
Office of Vocational and Adult Education ...............
Office of Postsecondary Education:
College housing loans ...........................
Student financial assistance ........................
Guaranteed student loans .........................
Higher education .................................
Howard University.............................
Higher education facilities loans and insurance ........

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

Office of Educational Research and Improvement........
Departmental management ..........................
Proprietary receipts from the public ..................

Tot l-Departmrnt of Education...................

Department of Energy:
Atomic energy defense activities..... ................
Energy programs:
General science and research activities ..............
Energy supply, R and D activities ...................
Uranium supply and enrichment activities .............
Fossil energy research and development .............
Naval petroleum and oil shale reserves ..............
Energy conservation ............................
Strategic petroleum reserve1 .......................
Alternative fuels productions:
FFB direct loans ...............................
Other .......................................
Nuclear waste disposal fund .....................
Other ................. .......................

Total-Energy programs........................

Power Marketing Administration .....................
Departmental administration .........................
Proprietary receipts from the public .................
Intrabudgetary transactions .........................

Total-epartment of Energy .....................


$10
67
99
28
9


$74
498
893
234
155
..o...


$74
584
60
217
172


$18


$74
584
860
217
172
-36


214 3 210 1,853 18 1,635 1,727 36 1,891


..... ...... .... 10,500 ...... 10.500 9,500 ...... 9,500
1,468 ...... 1,468 10,246 ...... 10,245 8,569 ...... 8,559
...... ...... ...... -10,500 ...... -10,500 -9.500 ...... -9,500
8 (**) 8 48 (*) 48 24 (**) 23
...... (") ("*) ...... 4 -4 ...... 4 -4

1,689 4 1,86 11,948 22 11,824 10,310 40 10,270



-28 ...... -26 2,177 ...... 2,177 2,473 ...... 2,473
24 ...... 24 424 ...... 424 457 ...... 457
-411 ...... -411 -32 ...... -32 535 ...... 535
-3 ...... -3 26 ...... 28 52 ...... 52

-416 ...... -418 25 ...2,5 2,596 3.517 ...... 3,517


14 ...... 14 62 ...... 62 112 ...... 112

247 ...... 247 1,113 ...... 1,113 660 ...... 60
254 ...... 254 821 ..... 821 514 ...... 514
31 ...... 31 72 ...... 72 58 ...... 58
123 ...... 123 580 ...... 580 385 ...... 395

2 30 -29 38 108 -70 81 205 -145
1,397 ...... 1,397 3,743 ...... 3,743 2,22 ...... 2,622
194 ...... 194 1,813 ...... 1,813 2,101 .... 2,101
-278 ...... -278 -44 ...... -44 277 ...... 277
(*) ...... (*) 66 ...... 66 125 ...... 125
-2 ...... -2 10 ...... 10 17 ...... 17

1,313 30 1,283 5,627 108 5,519 5,203 205 4,996

-115 ...... -115 -40 ...... -40 83 ...... 63
20 ...... 20 162 ...... 1 162 161 ..... 61
...... 5 -5 ...... 21 -21 ...... 10 -10

1,471 36 1,435 10,992 129 10,864 10,600 216 10,485


597 ...... 597 4,361 ...... 4.361 4,061 ...... 4,061

57 ...... 57 401 ...... 401 391 ...... 381
174 ...... 174 1.249 ..... 124 1,248 12 ...... 1,24
91 ...... 91 867 ...... 667 964 ...... 964
32 ...... 32 202 ...... 202 197 ...... 197
13 ...... 13 92 ...... 92 81 ...... 81
41 ...... 41 277 ...... 277 253 ...... 253
28 ...... 26 420 ...... 420 1,110 ...... 1,110

...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... 167 ...... 167

35 ...... 35 223 .... 223 15 ...... 15
33 ...... 33 188 ...... 188 188 ...... 188

502 ...... 502 3,720 ...... 3,720 4,739 ...... 4,739

90 125 -35 723 698 27 727 028 -201
33 ...... 33 214 ...... 214 182 ...... 182
...... 229 -229 ...... 1,678 -1,78 ...... 1,72 -1,72
-3 ...... -3 -38 ...... -36 (*) ...... (")

1,219 354 868 8,982 2,374 6,000 9,710 2,100 7,110


Table continued on next pege.


""
ya


$36






Table 5. Outlay of the U.S. Government, April 196 and Other Periods (In millions)-Continued


Thit Mowth


0~Ma c""


Currw l Fiscal Yer to Date Pror Foical Yew to Date

GreesApac res ADpp Outtays
OutteV RGeopta O c ip o
DudoO ooot~oi IomO i"ot ft


DeparteT of W Huwia Servieo Elxcwp Sociai
Security:
Public IH l Service
Food Drug Ad aon .................
Haeh Rsource "nd Service Adminstraon
PubiC entrpi f d .. ............ ..
h~etmhr and senvs ..........
indian ~ e .nd ..............
FFB Loan AMaw P ....... ....
~.tr. lor Di s control ..............
Netonal InltutAee of Heafth

Heat lung. and biood reawserch
Arthrt. dbals. and diget and kdney die ee
Nuroogcal and oommuniatve disorders and stroke.

OfifJ On o dLz ix- ...- ...............
rgy nd nfecous disee......... ...."......
General medic Ince
ChNd heal and n deveopmen ...........
Other ieserch Inltutai i
Rsawr .. ...ch .eurs

Totl-Naol l I ue of H ...........ealth
Cow........ ..............................


Aoho. Drug Abue, and Mental HeM Adminraon
Office of AaWlta Secretary for He ..............
Total-Pubc Hath Service .................
Huth Cars Financing Adminitration:
Gramnta I Sae kr Medicaid ..................
Paymew to eth e trurt fund ........ ..
Program managmet ........ .. .........
Federal n mpll murance trust fund:
bonwe pymeant ............ .. ., .
AdminMraev expe e and construction ..........
iuolw t on normillzed tax tranes ................
Toat -FI trul fund ........ .... ....

Federal supplemntary medical ik. trust fund:
Bene paymentt ... ... ......................
Admn s trave exp se arnd oontrucn .....
Tot-FSMI tru"l fund..........
Tota -Heth Car Financing Administraton ........
Social Seur Adminirafion:
Payments -, o 0oal security trust funded .......
Spacal bwnefta for disabled oa miners.............
Suplemsntal security inom program .............
Agtance paymenWt program ..... .. ....... .. .
Chid supporn ntoiemenl ........................
Low ncon home energy dance ............ .
R afugneeand wawat stance.. ............
Payments to Swa fr noripts for chd uppor .....
TaoA-Sodal Security Adin on ............
Human DOw opmen Servic
SocialW c block grant......... ....... ....
Human development Services ................
F nNy oi.... service..
Work inenes .........
Community ei .................. .........

Tot-Humn Developm ent ..rvi...

DepartU nt m gamen ...... .. .............
Propretry except frorm e public ...... .........
Innrbudgarp y tra-eons:
Pymits for heath Iwrancs or the aged:
Federal hopal ane trt fun...........
Federal supptem y medical wurnce truth fund .
Payment. for tax end or credit
Federal host insurance tru fund ......
Other ........ ...... .. ....

T A-C prtlh of Helth ad" Hum 1n Servces,
EoXpt- 9s4t, e Be11 t ............... ..e..


$36 (**)


$36 $259


$2 S257 239


12
846
503
4 -4


12 1238

12
834
507
3 3


42 .42 241 241 216 216

118 ..118 7 724 724 M68 656
S .. 88 504 504 430 430
57 57 322 322 290 290
42 42 233 233 206 206
41 41 223 223 200 200
42 .... 42 286 266 257 257
28 28 186 18 16 72 172
61 .. 61 363 .. 3 334 334
30 30 173 173 152 152
-25 ... -25 15 15 6 6
482 ..... 482 3.010 3,010 2.704 .. 2.704

104 ..... 104 589 ...... 573 573
22 ...... 22 112 .... 112 108 .. 108
884 (") 883 5,574 6 5.568 5,193 5 5,189

2,24 ..... 2,244 14.288 14.288 12,978 .. 12 976
1,704 ...... 1.704 10.788 10.768 11.648 11.848
2 ...... 2 30 30 22 22

4,184 ...... 4184 28,400 ..... 28400 28,160 28.100
22 ...... 22 373 .... 373 480 ....480
...... ...... ...... ..13 ..13

4,206 .... 4,206 28,773 28,773 28,6.3 28.863

1,976 ..... 1.976 13,970 13 970 12,070 12070
126 ..... 128 631 831 551 551

2.103 ...... 2,103 14,801 .. 14,01 12,21 12,621
1025 ...... 10,250 88480 84...... 0 65,918 85 918

1.882 .... 1,882 7281 7,281 2,784 2 784
83 ..... 83 586 588 009 808
..... 88 5 23 5.923 5.534 5,534
866 ...... 886 ,45,480 .5,480 5,106 5,108
556 ...... 55 404 .. 404 48 ..... 348
14 ..... 149 1.738 .. 1,73 1,714 ... 1714
58 ... 58 240 240 291 2
(") .... (") (") (") (") .(")
3,961 ...... 3,981 21.653 .21,3 1.388 ...... 1

267 .. 27 1,591 1,501 1 832 1'd
191 191 1,211 1,211 1,04 .. 1,004
78 0..... 509 418 .. 416
10 .. 10 62 62 137 137
28 .. 28 201 201 230 230
(".) (") (") 1 -1 1 1 (")
574 ...... 574 3 574 1 3.573 3.500 1 3,508

-57 ... -57 112 112 144 .144
$479 479 3363 -3,363 3.236 3,23



-1.471 ..... -1.471 -10702 -10702 -10.503 ... 10.503

-2833 -233 -8 -86 -1.143 -1,143
38 80 ... 0 -729 -729


12,917 479 13,438 818220 3.370 4.1861 7n.77 3.241 75,548


Ou""Is






Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, April 1986 and Other Periods (in millions)


Department of Health and Human Servces, Social
Security :
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund:
Benefit payments ................ ...... ........
Administrative expenses and construction...........
Payment to railroad retirement account .............
Vocational Rehabilitation Services .................
Interest expense on interfund borrowings ...........
Interest on normalized tax transfers ...............

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

Federal disability Insurance trust fund:
Benefit payments ........................
Administrative expenses and construction ...........
Payment to railroad retirement account .............
Vocational Rehabilitation Services ..............
Interest on normalized tax transfers ................

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

Proprietary Receipts from the public .................
Intrabudgetary Transactions2 .................. ....

Total-Department of Health and Human Servies,
Social Security (off-budget) ...... ..... .......

departmentt of Housing and Urban Development:
Housing Programs:
Public enterprise funds:
Federal Housing Administration fund ...............
Housing for the elderly or handicapped fund ........
Other ................ .. ........ ...........
Rent supplement payments ....................
Homeownership assistance .....................
Rental housing assistance ........................
Low-rent public housing ............... .......
College housing grants .................... ......
Lower income housing assistance ...................
Other ................... ..................

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

Public and Indian Housing:
Low-rent housing-loans and other expenses .........
Payments for operation of low-income housing projects .
FFB Direct Loans' ....... ......... ..... ...

Total-Public and Indian Housing ................

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

Tota-Government National Mortgage Association ...

Community Planning and Development:
Public enterprise fund ..... ..................
FFB Direct Loans' .............................
Community Development Grants ...................
Urban development grants .......... ... .....
Other .........................................

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

Management and administration ................ .
Other ................ ................ .......

Tota -De1pltment of Housing and Urban Development.


$14,562
146


26


$14.562
148


26


$100,406
960


542
144


$100,406
960


542
144


$95.530
939


960
311


$95,530
939


960
311


14,734 ...... 14,734 102,052 ...... 102.052 97,759 ...... 97,759


1,641 ...... 1.641 11,201 ... 11,201 10,779 ...... 10,779
54 ...... 54 361 ...... 361 336 ...... 338


. ...... ...... 14 ...... 14 30 ... .30

1,694 .... 1.694 11,576 ...... 11.576 11,147 ...... 11,147

. ("") ( ") (" ) (" ") (") (" )
-1,908 ...... -1,908 7,443 ...... -7,443 -3,034 ...... -3,034


14,521 (") 14,521 106,184 (") 106,184 105,873 (") 105,872




268 $430 -162 1.773 $2,637 -864 1,657 $2,088 -432
290 39 250 776 266 510 723 253 471
2 5 -3 36 34 2 35 32 3
3 ...... 3 27 ...... 27 48 ...... 48
19 ... 19 161 ...... 161 165 ...... 165
57 ...... 57 362 ...... 362 378 ...... 378
170 170 1,296 ...... 1,296 1,489 ...... 1,469
... .. .. ... ... .... 4 ...... 4
719 ...... 719 4,444 ...... 4,444 4,205 ...... 4,205
9 ...... 9 26 ...... 26 -182 ...... -182

1.537 475 1,062 8,900 2,937 5,964 8.501 2,373 6,128


64 10 54 679 65 614 12,052 329 11,724
93 ...... 93 687 ...... 667 672 ...... 672
........... ...... 35 -35 ...... 32 -32

157 10 147 1,365 100 1,265 12,724 361 12,364


19 15 4 236 368 -133 427 681 -253
6 21 -15 14 168 -154 16 142 -126
13 ...... 13 -32 ...... -32 -57 ...... -57

38 36 2 218 536 -318 386 822 -436


7 12 -5 82 75 -13 72 81 -9
-10 ...... -10 43 47 -3 52 5 47
261 ...... 261 2,019 ...... 2,019 2,273 ...... 2.273
40 .. 40 289 ...... 289 284 ...... 284
8 .... 8 45 .... 45 8 ...... 8

306 12 294 2,458 122 2,336 2,690 86 2.603

41 ...... 41 182 ... 182 177 ...... 177
4 ...... 4 36 ..... 36 29 ...... 29

2,082 534 1,548 13,160 3,695 9,465 24,508 3,643 20,886


Table continued on next page.






Tab 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government. April 1986 and Other Periods (in millions)


ClaWssMcation


Thit Month Current Fiscal Yea to Date Por Fl.cal Ye a to Date
u Tlas rec-sta-ec-t
oures Applc* uteiay Po- 0~|tRam to ooi R n 'Appitsm outlays
OutI Rulpta i Outsys i Receipts I Outtays Receitps
I .. I


Dpen*mt of thae interior:
L and miwa management
Bureau of Lnd Management
Management of and and rourc ..............
Payments io Iu of ax es
Payments to States and counties for general purpose

Other
Ranmi M4nag.rr.nS. .. ........ .. ....
Minerals Management Service
Ofiae of Surface Mining Recamatinon and Enorcment

Toaa-Land and minerals management

Wer and science:
Bureau of Reclamation
Construcuon program .. .
Operon and maintenance ................ ...
Omo
Odow .. ......... .... .. .
Q i wsurvwy . .
Buneu of Mi ... .

ToWt-Waw mind aence .................

Flah and wi and pert:
United S F and Wildlie Service .....
Noaonal Park Ser ...... ...........

ToWta-.Fn and wildlte and pnark .........

Bur au man Afmir
Opera.n of Inan programs ....... ...
Conatrucbion . .
Indianl ial fun. ..... .
Oh r ........ .

To -Burau of Indian Affairs .. .............

Terrniontl and tMiaonal Aftai
FFB OC Lone' ......
r ...............................
Dparmenl omte
Propretary recei from the public
Fceipts from oil and gas lease, national petroleum
reerv in Aika
herd


T" -Ci-flpImeti of t.e Ite. ............... .


FeW 1 of tn. tRmWb ler
Dep.me o f f J rA:
General admits Lrawon
Uned S P .ole Commso .. ..... .... ......

InW ugcy w eforrcem*.... .....e.
Federal bureau of Inve ga on .
Drug Enforcement Administration
mmgraton and Naturazaton Servce ....
Federal Pnein System.
Ofic of Justice ........Program
O....

T f t of Just ....................

Dep-e11e of Labor
Employment and Training Adminixtration
Program admmiatrtion.
Trsoning and employment services
Community service employment for olden Americernr
Federl unemployment benewfs and allowance ..
State unemployment insurance and employment
service operation
Advanows to the unemployment trust fund and other
unde ......
Oter ...............


$32 242
I" ('")


5242
I")


1238
2


1238
2


15 15 78 78
7 7 49 40 82 62
54 54 394 394 390 309
25 ..25 177 177 149 149

118 118 876 .876 92 928



68 s8 80 488 59 428 30 $41 338
13 13 86 .6 82 82
8 8 82 ...82 70 70
49 ..... 4 249 249 25 ... 259
13 2 12 86 17 71 102 13 b8

151 9 142 994 77 917 892 5 837


50 50 334 .334 351 361
71 .... 71 530 530 621 621

121 121 864 .. 864 972 972


64 .... 64 540 .5403 583
8 .... 8 62 .... 62 77 77
12 ..... 12 177 177 202 .. 202
5 1 4 35 6 29 39 5 34

88 1 87 814 6 806 900 5 896


.................. 1 -1 ..... 1 1
16 ... 1 123 .. 123 111 111
8 ... 8 70 .... 70 44 44


( ) (**) ( ) ( ) 5 -S
...... 173 -173 .. ... 1,070 -1,070 .. 1,048 -1 046
(**) .. (*) -7 ..... -7 -23 -23

02 183 320 3.735 1.153 2.582 3,824 1,112 2,712


18 18 72 ..... 72 43 .. 43
1 .... 1 5 .5 5 5
57 57 443 .443 461 451
(" () 6 .... 51 .51
105 1 06 .08 5 ......
17 ... 17 18 ... 10 194 194
48 48 334 334 320 320
52 3 49 380 19 361 333 15 319
19 () 19 92 () 2 85 .....85


317 3 314 2.21 19 2,199 2,077 16 2,063



6 6 36 36 37 37
24 248 1 750 1,750 1,573 1,573
25 25 185 18 188 108
-37 -37 -35 36 -8

24 24 22 .22 -6

52 52 113 113 1.145 1 145
(*) ) -2 -2 10 10


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Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, April 1986 and Other Periods (in millions)-Continued

This Month Current Fical Year to Dat Prior Flacal Year to Dte
casMcation
C lcton Orm Applb Gres Appl Gs Appcable nole App OutMys
Outays Receipts Outys Rc lpts ou Outlay Receipts


Department of Labor-Continued
Employment and Training Administration -Continued
Unemployment trust fund:
Federal-State unemployment Insurance:
State unemployment benefits ...................
State administrative expenses ..................
Federal administrative expenses .................
Veterans employment and training ...............
Interest on refunds of taxes ....... .........
Repayment of advances from the general fund.....
Interest on advances to the Employment Security
Administration account ......................
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 ....................
Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation ...............
Employment Standards Administration:
Salaries and expenses ........................
Special benefits .............................
Black lung disability trust fund. ..................
Special workers' compensation expenses ...........
Occupational Safety and Health Administration ........
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.................... .......
Migration and Refugee Assistance ....................
International Narcotics Control.......................
Other ......................... .... .. ....... ..
Proprietary receipts from the public ..................
Intrabudgetary transactions .........................

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

Department of Transportation:
Federal Highway Administration:
Highway trust fund:
Federal-aid highways...........................
Other ........................................
Other programs ................................

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

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration:
Operations and research ......................
Trust fund share of highway safety programs..........
Other ................... ...................


$1,509 ......
199 .. ...
5 .
12 ......
1 ....


$1.509
199
5
12
1
.


$9,726
1.375
84
72
6
582


$9.726
1,375
83
72
6
582


$10,150
1.384
71
65
4
940


$10.150
1.384
71
65
4
940


. . . . . . *

1,748 ...... 1,748 11,991 ...... 11,991 12,752 ...... 12,752

2,064 ...... 2,064 14,061 ...... 14,061 15.669 ..... 15,669

4 ...... 4 32 ...... 32 33 ...... 33
24 $14 10 132 $157 -26 105 868 16

15 ...... 15 107 ...... 107 101 ...... 101
88 ...... 88 -88 ...... -88 -269 ...... -266
55 ...... 55 344 ...... 344 359 ..... 359
7 ...... 7 36 ...... 38 32 ...... 32
19 .. 19 124 ...... 124 121 ...... 121
13 ...... 13 66 ...... 88 89 ...... 89
10 ...... 10 90 ...... 90 81 ...... 81
4 ...... 4 73 ...... 73 72 ...... 72
S( ) (" ) ...... 1 -1 ..... 1 -1
-17 ...... -17 -785 ...... -785 -2,179 ...... -2,179

2,287 14 2,273 14.215 158 14,057 14,216 90 14,126



150 ...... 150 766 ...... 766 622 ...... 622

30 ...... 30 140 ...... 140 157 ...... 157
12 ..... 12 118 ...... 11 107 ...... 107
41 ...... 41 158 ...... 150 112 ...... 112
1 ...... 1 12 ...... 12 14 ...... 14

233 ...... 233 1,194 ...... 1,194 1.011 ...... 1.011

56 ...... 56 436 ...... 436 472 ...... 472
3 ...... 3 18 ...... 18 17 ...... 17
51 ...... 51 219 ...... 219 204 ...... 204
3 ...... 3 31 ...... 31 31 ...... 31
1 ...... 1 32 ...... 32 35 ...... 35
. .. .. ...... ...... 3 3 ......( ) (" )
-55 ...... -55 -163 ...... -163 -149 ...... -149

292 ...... 292 1,768 3 1,766 1,621 () 1,621




850 ...... 850 7,234 ...... 7.234 6.361 ...... 6,361
11 ...... 11 23 1 22 8 ...... 8
12 ...... 12 113 ...... 113 179 ...... 179

874 ...... 874 7.371 1 7.370 6.549 ...... 6,549


3 ... 3 34 ...... 34 40 ...... 40
14 ...... 14 91 ...... 91 73 ...... 73
(" ) ...... (" ) -2 ...... -2 1 ...... 1


Table continued on next page.






Table Outlys of the U.S. Government, April 16 and Othr Periods (In millions)-Continued


Thfl MonM

ORM IAS I 0.
0 ~----- I -"


Current Flecal Yewr to Dae


Prior Fecal Yew to Date


Qre Ou tlaAppy1a Applc ab Outlays
Outey I Receipt Outlay Rec.pta
-r -r -


D ist of T-aor1m 0 n -: -Coniuned
F derl* aird Admir -tibn:

Nortwasr cordor improvement program
Granta o Nanalo Rairoad Passenger Corporation
FFB Dkla L.a ............... ..
0mt . .

Totl-Feda Ralrod Ainitraon ......

UrbTw Ma Tranortation Adminritrion:
Fomuta gat .............. ..
Discrefonrwy nt.............. .......
Otawr .
Feral Aviabon Admirntaton
Opera:ona l...........................

Akipot wd airway MtMt .id:
r n d or a po ...... ...............
Faos and wequipmt ............. ....
rmeh. wo rn *nd devopmet ...........


Tom AI n ..d ....y tt fu.............

To-Fderal Aviaion Adminastration .



Acquts i, con.a tructi, and imp ..rov ns ..........



To -C GuardP.. .. .. .. .. ........
u -a Pul.... ............... ............

Ta- Guard- ..Gsm .....'


Puarblc tmearp ub. ......... ........
Opera. ..difre subs ... . .
-Ohems ............ ..........

Proprwtry reosipa from "ee pubC ... .....
htabudg .... r.. e...... ... ..... ...
-old-O p- I, of T -tapo ...........

10 T fy so o ...TrmlNMI



OfAor of nevenue Shing
SaQlriOs i sl >h- m..... .nd e..

Feodra LM Enborowment Trainng Centr ..
FwinA Manisemment Sers
fSalalW" a-nd pWn ,., .. ....
CaMim. udgMerwffis, ands reSlM at ...
Enwrgy security resP e ...... -
Umer .





O a r ........ ... ..... ...... .. ... ....
Bursu Aoho. Tobacco and Firarm ............
Unfad SUaN" Cumoma Serv ......
Bureau of En w P ....................
Une iu Mri .t. .
Bureau of tA Pubc bt ....... .... .


(") (") (") 515 S1 $14 $31 $24 56
$5 $56 622 95 95
176 170 525 525 571 571
1 91 90 1 7 6
6 6 64 64 64 64

1M (") 189 667 92 575 761 31 730


2 ..... 269 14 814 703 703
39 39 424 424 296 29
06 .. 579 579 887 887

217 ..217 1,221 221 1.112 1112
3 3 25 25 31 (") 31

0 .. 504 504 482 482
6 06 417 417 225 225
10 10 159 159 140 140
.. ...420 420 505 505

136 .. 135 1 501 1501 1332 1 332

35 .... 365 2.747 2.747 2,474 ( 2,474


144 144 964 964 1,004 1004
20 20 23 239 259 2
33 ..... 33 198 198 170 170
11 (") 11 68 2 85 69 2 87

206 (") 208 1,488 2 1,486 1,503 2 1 501


170 $56 114 935 159 778 98 179 81
29 ..... 29 175 175 193 193
8 .. 8 49 49 49 49
30 2 28 106 8 96 88 5 83
.. 5 -5 37 -37 36 36
(**) (") -3 3 53 53

2.274 4 2,211 15,475 299 15,176 13,00 254 13,406


- .... -99 -444 444 218 -218

1 .. 1 4 4 4 4
1,129 ..... 1129 3380 3 380 3,449 3,449
1 ..... 1 8 8 9 9

24 24 141 141 145 14
51 ..... 51 170 170 199 199
(**) (") 21 21 25 25
S .... 88 11 611 11 11

141 141 944 944 380 30


.0 60
1.097 1.113 -86 9,171 9.684 514 1' 869 11 976 107
13 ...... 13 96 96 99 99
56 5 454 454 442 442
3 3 8 -8 186 18
-1i ..... -16 65 49 49
12 12 115 15 105 105


TAW sen1b1 i e- .. po ~.


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Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, April 1986 and Other Periods (In mllions)-Continued

This Month Current Fecal Year to Date Prior Fical Yew to Daot
Classification m u
Gres Applibl Outays W e Appi cabl Os Gros Applcab Ousys I
Outy Receipt Outlays Receipts Outlay Recelpte


Department of the Treasury:-Continued
Internal Revenue Service:
Salaries and expenses ..........................
Processing tax returns ............................
Examinations and appeals .................. ......
Investigation, collection and taxpayer service ..........
Payment where credit exceeds liability for tax .........
Refunding internal revenue collections, interest ........
Internal revenue collections for Puerto Rico ...........
Other .................. ............ ........

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 entities ...............
Intrabudgetary transactions ..........................

Total-Department of the Treasury ................
Environmental Protection Agency:
Salaries and expenses ..........................
Research and development .........................
Abatement, control, and compliance ...................
Construction grants. ................. .............
Hazardous substance response trust fund ..............
Other ......................... ...... ...........
Proprietary receipts from the public ................
Intrabudgetary transactions ...... ...................

Total-Environmental Protection Agency ..........
General Services Administration:
Real property activities:
FFB Direct Loans1 ............ ... .........
Federal Buildings Fund .............. ............
Personal property activities ....... ...................
Information Resources Management Service ............
Federal property resources activities ...................
General activities ............... ...... ........
Proprietary receipts from the public ...................
Other ................ .........................

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

National Aeronautics and Space Administration:
Research and development ..........................
Space flight, control, and data communications:
FFB Direct Loans1 .............................
Other ........................................
Construction of facilities ............... ..........
Research and program management ..................
Other ............... .....................

Total-National Aeronautics and Space
Administration ..... ...... ........ ........
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 ...................... .................
Intrabudgetary transactions:
Civil service retirement and disability fund:
General fund contributions .....................
Other ............. .. .................. ..

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

Table continued on next page.


(* *)


$51
743
815
630
1,049
1,135
122
1


$1


$51
743
815
630
1,049
1,135
122
(**)


$2


857 (**) 857 4,545 1 4,544 3,817 2 3,815

17 ..... 17 162 ...... 162 177 ...... 177
15 $1 13 131 118 12 98 92 6

13,131 ...... 13,131 91,069 ...... 91,069 85,486 ...... 85,466
357 ...... 357 14,241 ...... 14,241 15,061 ...... 15,061

13,488 ...... 13,488 105,310 ...... 105,310 100,547 ...... 100,547

...... 404 -404 ...... 1,561 -1,561 ...... 2,170 -2,170
...... -158 ...... -158 -341 ...... -341
-1,871 ...... -1,871 -16,789 -6,544 -10,244 -11,932 ...... -11,932

14,843 1,58 13,255 106,96 4,680 102,105 10,540 14,241 94,299

61 ...... 61 397 ...... 397 366 ...... 366
16 ...... 16 111 .. 111 .86 ...... 86
48 ...... 48 251 ...... 251 239 ...... 239
212 ...... 212 1,841 ...... 1,841 1,706 ...... 1,706
39 ...... 39 282 ...... 282 207 ...... 207
151 (") 150 153 1 152 47 (*) 47
3 -3 ...... 11 -11 ...... 3 -3
-150 ...... -150 -150 ...... -150 -44 ...... -44

377 3 374 2,885 11 2,873 2,606 4 2,604


... .. .... ...... 3 -3 ...... 2 -2
-237 ...... -237 -238 ...... -238 -478 ...... -478
1 ...... 1 244 ...... 244 81 ...... 81
-79 ...... -79 -53 ...... -53 -34 ...... -34
-12 ...... -12 -117 ...... -117 -44 ...... -44
10 ...... 10 79 ...... 79 90 (*) 90
...... 1 -1 ...... 43 -43 ...... 42 -42
...... 1 -1 ...... -67 67 ...... -53 53

-317 2 -319 -85 -21 -64 -384 -9 -375


175 ...... 175 1,464 ...... 1,464 1,195 ...... 1,195

... ... ...... ...... .. .... ...... 67 -67
332 ...... 332 2,143 ...... 2,143 2,390 ...... 2,390
21 ...... 21 116 ...... 116 98 ...... 98
105 ...... 105 789 ...... 789 773 ...... 773
(" ) ...... (" ) (" ) ...... ( ) ...... ..... .......


632 ...... 632 4,511 ...... 4,511 4,457 67 4,330

12 ...... 12 96 ...... 96 104 ...... 104

1 ...... 1 736 ...... 736 854 ...... 854
....... .. 1 ...... 1 1 ...... 1
2,007 ...... 2,007 13,866 ...... 13,866 13,294 ...... 13,294
634 620 15 4,104 4,801 -696 3,779 3,971 -191
90 78 12 531 907 -376 484 841 -357
1 1 ( ) 7 7 (*) 5 9 -4
3 ...... 3 -4 ...... -4 3 ...... 3


.. .. -1 ...... -1 -11 ...... -1
-3 ...... -3 -19 ...... -19 -20 ...... -20

2,745 699 2,046 19,317 5,714 13,603 18,504 4,821 13,683






Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, April 1986 and Other Periods (In mlllkon)-Contlnued


This Monthi Current Fea Year to Oal Prior Flacal Yer to Date

-O98 ______ -* 'rgn h -b vv
GrtO s ecpatb Oay RAeceIpta Grosls It iptoab Oe
Outlays Recelptao Otw" 0~to ow- i Outlay ; Recelp(ts "


SmN Bwtlinew Admin-witratimon:
Public entrprisa funds
Business loan and investment fund
Dsaster loan fund

Saaie and expen
FFB Drec Loans
FFB Aset Purchiase
Other

Towl--Smal Dukies. .Ad.inistrat. o .............
V Toaalv s Admil e iirltrtion:n

PublO enteprise funds
Loan guaranty revolving fund
Dct loan revoMng fund .........
Other .. .
Compenasauon and pensions. .
RePdjustmen benefits
Medical care
MedJc and prosthetc research ...
General operang exp... .... .....
ConMmtU on projects .. ...... .
Posl-Vietnuan ra veterans education account
insurance funds
NaPonal service hfe
United Stae government life ..
Veterans specWal Irfe .. ..
Ot Eew
Propetary receipts from the public
National service ife
United Ste governmentife .... .. ..

Intrabudgetary transactions .................

To -Veterane Aa ........... .


Acion
Board for international Broadcasting.......
Consumer Product Safety Commission .
Corporation for Public Broadcasting ....
Destnct of Columbia
Federal paymen ..... .....
Proprietary receipts from the pubic
Equal Employment Opportunnty Commission ....
Expon-imponr Bank of th United Sta. es
Federal Communicaon Commss.....on
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation ......
Federal Emergency Management Agency
Pubc eerpe fund .... ........
Salnes and expenses
Ermrgency management and planning assistance...
Emergency food distribution and shet program

Federal Home Loan Bank Board:
Pubc enterprise funds
Federal Horn Loan Bank Board revolving fund
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corp fund
Other
Federal Trade Commssiton
Intragovernmental agencies
Washington Metropoltan Area Tranr Authority
AppsHiOan Regi oP1nal Commission ...
Mther
Intertat Commerce Commission
Legal Services Cororanoon
Merit Systems Protection Board
National Archrws and record Admnistration
National Credit Union Admntntration
Central lquiaty facility
Other ...... .. ..... ..... .


S507
338
18
171
206

2


&539 -32
477 139
9 10
171
63 145
4 -4
2


19
157
296
(-.)


$476
529
8

61
4
L''I


156 153 2 1.244 1,O2 152 1,410 1.078 332



183 172 11 1,063 928 13 953 636 317
2 5 -3 14 34 -20 16 37 21
60 33 28 290 252 38 230 258 28
1,214 1.214 8,388 8.388 8278 278
91 91 624 624 801 801
76 ... 766 5.261 5.261 4,966 4 965
16 18 109 109 135 135
91 91 479 479 451 451
42 42 315 315 301 301
28 ..28 142 142 115 115

92 ..92 614 614 567 567
3 3 26 26 26 26
6 5 1 44 76 -32 42 72 30
30 ..30 86 86 84 84

37 -37 261 -261 247 247
(* *) (* *) .( *) ( *) (. *) (' *)
33 -33 180 -180 114 114
-7 .. -7 -99 -99 48 -48

2,617 281 2,332 17,355 1,732 15,623 16.916 1.365 15,551


14
327 -327
16
309 -221
23 728
623 72


527

98
1.673
55
3.566

341
71
163
41


527
363 -363
96
2,162 -488
55
3613 -47

145 196
.71
163
41


5 -1 25 25
92 56 1 256 1.573

4 35


519

94
2129
56
2 207

156
86
226
689
( *)


(C") 53
-316 2,329

35 36


28
84
1 ( ")
28
159
16
63


519
107 107
94
2356 227
56
3 045 838

195 -40
86
226
69



56 -3
1,111 1,218


44
111
1 -1
32
174
13
*) 59


19 96 76 127 202
-7 5 12 -18 229


Tale continued on net pge.


Clam icaon


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Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, April 1986 and Other Periods (In millions)-Continued

This Month Current Fical Year to Date Prior Fiscal Yee to Date
Classification
clmlfan troee Appmlcable O5e .pplibe OrutM r Oupl yn
Outaly Recepto Ou Outlays Rept Outlay Receipts


Independent agencies:-Contnued
National Foundation on the Arts and the Humanities:
National Endowment for the Arts ....................
National Endowment for the Humanities ..............
Institute of Museum Services .............. .......
National Labor Relations Board ......................
National Science Foundation .........................
National Transportation Safety Board ................
Nuclear Regulatory Commission ....................
Panama Canal Commission ........................
Postal Service:
Public Enterprise Funds ................. .........
Payment to the Postal Service Fund ...............

Railroad Retirement Board:
Federal windfall subsidy .........................
Federal payment to the railroad retirement accounts....
Milwaukee railroad restructuring, administration........
Railroad retirement accounts:
Social security equivalent benefit account...........
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 .....................
Other ................. ....... .. ............
Intrabudgetary transactions:
Railroad retirement account:
Payments from other funds to railroad retirement
trust funds .................................
Interest on advances to railroad accounts ...........
Repayment of advances to railroad retirement board..
Federal payments to the railroad social security
equivalent benefit account ......................
Federal payments to the rail industry pension fund ...
Total-Railroad Retirement Board ...................

Securities and Exchange Commission .................
Smithsonian Institution .............................
Tennessee Valley Authority:
FFB Direct Loans ................................
O their ................... ......................
United States Information Agency .....................
United States Railway Association ...................
United States Synthetic Fuel Corp ...................
Other independent agencies .......................

Total-Independent agence .....................

Undistributed offetting receipts:
Other interest ....................... ..............
Employer share, employes retirement:
Legislative Branch:
United States Tax Court:
Tax court judges survivors annuity fund .........
The Judiciary:
Judicial survivors annuity fund ..................
Department of Defense-Military
Education Benefits fund ........................
Department of Defense-Civil:
Military retirement fund.........................
Department of Health and Human Services:
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund
(OFF-BUDGET) ..............................
Federal disability insurance trust fund
(OFF-BUDGET) ..............................
Federal hospital Insurance trust fund...............
Department of State:
Foreign Service retirement and disability fund .......
Office of Personnel Management:
Civil Service retirement and disability fund ..........

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

Table continued on next page.


$38


2,670 2,669
160 ......


$254


$236'


18,279 19,641 -1,362 17,038 18,165 -1,127
540 ...... 540 830 ...... 830


319 2,181
183 1,263

-60 -407


-60


2,181 2,073
1,263 1,290


2,073
1,290


-407


-5 ......


-25 ......


-5


-25 ...... ...... .......
5 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .


535 ...... 535 3,726 ...... 3,726 3,636 ...... 3,836

21 ...... 21 73 ...... 73 62 ...... 62
16 ...... 16 126 ...... 126 129 ...... 129

12 ...... 12 118 15 103 111 96 15
565 470 96 3,201 2,829 372 3,292 2,830 462
67 ...... 67 453 (*) 453 368 (*) 368
(* ) ...... (**) 1 ...... 1 2 ...... 2
4 4 ...... 25 25 ...... 25 25 .......
26 9 19 292 30 262 278 14 264

5,435 4,672 763 37,113 31,106 6,007 36,836 29,878 6,958


...... 1,067 4-1,067 ...... 1,067 -1,067 ...... (*) ( )



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

(*) ...... (") -1 ...... -1 -1 ...... -1

-1 ...... -1 -77 ...... -77 ...... ...... .......

-1,494 ...... -1,494 -10,334 ...... -10,334 -9,571 ...... -9,571


-222 ...... -222 -1,459 ...... -1,459 -1,275 ...... -1,275

-22 ...... -22 -140 ...... -140 -123 ...... -123
-142 ...... -142 -895 ...... -895 -813 ...... -813

-3 ...... -3 -24 ...... -24 -23 ...... -23

-418 ...... -418 -2,867 ...... -2,867 -2,791 ...... -2,791

-2,302 ...... -2,302 -15,798 ...... -15,796 -14,597 ...... -14,597







Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Govmnment, April 19W and Other Perfod (in mlHone)--Contrnued


This Month Cu rreP l Yr o Da Ptior Fteia Yer to Det

Iraor Irow p Out... -- l Ii l
OuloAys Rcsipt Ouei O taa


Undtributed offetting receipts.-Continued
inltW t wreV0d Dy iust ualO;
The Jua~-car
JudicaJ suryvvrs anr' at fund
Depar -e'1 o 0 .Dear.- C...
Edu3Cdi.on efis fund
Ullla', rre#mn u"r
Sotoers and Airmen s iome permanent fund
C.ore of Engineers
Deoartmeni of eii and Human Services
Federal olid-gle nd Suurvivors insurance trust fund
rOFF BUDGET
Federal disaDiitv insurance trust fund
IOFF-BUDGET)
Federal osptli insurance trust fund
Federal suppiementar medical insurance trust fund
Department of Laor
Unernyment trust fund
Department of Stat
Foreogn Servca retirement and disabity fund
Descrtmeni of Transportarton
Airport and airway trust fund
HMgpway trust fund
Environmental Protecton Agency
PdAsture Iiabsiity trust fund
Otcice of Pesronni Management fund
C,vii Serice retrent an cdsarty fund .....
Vaeans Admintstratlon
Uned States government life nurance fund.......
National service its insurance fund .
Indepenrdeni agency es
Ra.iroa Rattrement Board
Raiiroed rent account .




Un'ealied Dscount on tt fund investment ......
Rents an royes on the Outer Continenta Shelf and .

Total-Undlstrtbuted offtettng receipt ............

To al outay ......... .......................

Total Ofn-Budget ......... ... .... .. ......
Tol Of-Bd ... ............ ............ .

Tot Surpu (*) or D c... (-) ..................

Total On-Budget. .. ...

Total Off-udget . .


16 -65


7
1 513
-0
-26


-$1 7
- 1 1.513
9
-26


-40 -1,95


-267
-1,146
18


-481
-9
-14


- 199 -' 842


-267
-1,145
-618


-17 -845

(") -134

-1 -406
-3 -648

-2

- 93 -7.206

(**) -10
-2 -400


- 25 327
-5 -28


-267
-906
-563


-846 -673

-134 -115

-406 -367
-648 -588

-2 -1

- 7.20 -8,329

-10 -11
-480 -437


-327 -30
-28 -27


-207 .... -207 -12.576 ...... -12,576 -12,616 -12.616

13 ..... 13 10 .... 10 -12 .- 12
$2,065 *-2,006 .... 3.86 -3.66 ..... 3,023 -3,023

-2,497 3,152 5,14 W.11S 4,73 -33,117 -27,22 ),023 -3024

97,63 16.129 81.510 M1,320 83.54 574,726 61.0U 97.M5 *63,467

83,406 16,12 67,276 S,M2 83,M4 472,36 141,W7 7,.M6 461.12

14,234 (*) 14,234 102,36 (*) 102,3 102,6 (") 102M,3

--,------. 1m ,414 *"" '. 11-,63-

1.64 140,"M3 : :' : -123,412

S8.074 14,44" .. + 4,777


Receipts offset against outay (In milionls

Currant
FiscaI Yer
to Dae


$21,151
158
72.960

94 259


Compare Period
Prior Fisc Year

519.218
341
70,9687

90.526
7:,:7

G,$2I


'In accordanc h irB Balarcad Budg and Emergency Dlcl Conl A *c of 19a 6 (Publc Law M177). atd rmerw of-xudgt wi a n ar prrd oA The Fearal Financing Bav
IFFBI |1 K*wi are aw *r known -as sewa accofts under II a Mgncal Mw use Me FF5 to grm PAubi Lw o 177 h rLo moned sal 7amiury true wundl (Fedrab oai-sF
suivors insurainc. and Feadel dr ab ley nwourvcio triW fund) Oa-oudgel
inrIuoM CA and SECA t cAdts "nooonrouury mlry smc cret speci bW fotr tor as a nd c" e or kirai>odma OAS bMet 0i cks
Tha PisWl Servie figure represents reporting kir Uw Mul calendar mort of A"l and kt perSafy aUamed Th mae Include $410 mion or posa mory prot Mmoned balan April
12 and 30 dewd from the Pool Servtce cormeadMea rpwortig -pmow
'LUndef tle povworw oY Pusc L9w W272. 3 1 belln of 8 6 bon of cro nd 0~ ur Corwnlw SheN Lands kf undf wers -itu hm Dp) Fo Fun A n prt aiUae rmsed 3864 moi
in bonu-s. -oyania and ii erfol Federal Gvemient ccounot rscvsld 1 883 meaon in bonuse ad royiretw $1,W07 mW ha1 Int eiM
aincfide an adiurme-i prlor reporting
Noes Dta y not add to lotles because of rounding
Source Fancal Manag nl Se ic DOWtmW of "t Treisury


- 1.842


-6,329


Prooetary receipts .
Receipts from olfOudget FederaJ entitle
Inlrabudgetary transactions ...

Total receipts offset against outlay


.. .....~~..


Ct-aseacon






Table 6. Means of Financing the Deficit or Disposition of Surplus by the U.S. Government, April 1986 and Other Periods
(in millions)

Net Transectlon Accont Balances
Asets md l litit ()denotes nt redMction of either Cuent t Year
Directly Related to ty or e un
Budget and Off-budget Activity Y to Da
Flcal Year to Date Beginning of T
This Month month
Thl Year Prior Yer Thl Year Thl Month


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

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

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

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

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

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

Accrued interest payable to the public ..........................
Allocations of special drawing rights .............................
Deposit funds ..................................................
Miscellaneous liability accounts (includes checks outstanding etc.).......

Total liability accounts ................................

Asset accounts (deduct)
Cash and monetary assets:
U.S. Treasury operating cash2:
Federal Reserve account ................. ..................
Tax and loan note accounts ...............................
Balance ................ .................. ...........

Special drawing rights:
Total holdings .............................................
SDR certificates issued to Federal Reserve Banks ................
Balance .................. .............................

Reserve position on the U.S. quota in the IMF:
U.S. subscription to International Monetary Fund:
Direct quota payments ................................
Maintenance of value adjustments ..........................
Letter of credit issued to IMF ................................
Dollar deposits with the IMF ........................... ...
Receivablelpayable (-) for interim maintenance of value
adjustments ............... ..................... ....

Balance ................... ......................

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

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

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

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

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

Transactions not applied to current year's surplus or deficit
(See Schedule A for details) ....................... ..... .....
Total financing
[Financing of deficit (+) or dipositlon of surplus (-)] ............


$21,455 $170,999


$160,450 $1,823,103 $1,972,647 $1,994,102


......... 14,169 ......... (*) 14,169 14,169

21,455 185,168 160,450 1,823,103 1,986,816 2,008,271


3 -82 -79 4,366 4,282 4,285

21,458 185,086 160,371 1,827,470 1,991,098 2,012.556


7,245 43,248 37,345 317,612 353,615 360,860

14,213 141,839 123,026 1.509,857 1,637,483 1,651,696

4,816 6,747 2,102 26,709 28,639 33,456
185 571 -38 5,191 5,577 5,762
1-3,759 -4,094 1,448 14.385 14.050 10.291
5,760 5,402 2,273 11.639 11,280 17,040

21,215 150,464 128,810 1,567,780 1,697,030 1,718,245



8,270 7.376 10,792 4,174 3,280 11,550
13,900 9,981 -1,196 12,886 8,966 22,867
22,170 17,357 9,596 17,060 12,248 34,416


260 1,252 418 6,847 7,839 8,099
......... -100 ......... -4,618 -4,718 -4,718
260 1.152 418 2,229 3,121 3,381


......... ......... ......... 19,699 19,699 19,699
675 2,089 -140 -717 697 1,372
-189 -551 -41 -7,948 -8,308 -8,497
7 -2 -8 -51 -60 -53

-320 -971 54 -543 -1,194 -1,515

173 564 -135 10,442 10,833 11,006

35 -12 -99 1,236 1,189 1,225
-97 1,649 1,993 8,872 10,618 10,521

22,542 20,710 11,772 39,839 38,007 60,549

8,636 3,598 -1,262 15,365 10,327 18,963

31,178 24,308 10,510 55,204 48.334 79,512

9,963 +12,157 +118,299 +1,512,576 +1,648,896 +1,638,733

35 258 336 ......... 223 258


-9,928 +126,414 +116,635 +1,512,576 +1,648,919 +1,638,991


'Under the provisions of Public Law 99-272, $3.8 billion of $6.6 billion of ecrowed Outer Continental Shelf Lands funds were distributed from Deposit Funds in April. Sate received $94 million
in bonuses, royalties and interest, the Federal Government accounts received $1,883 million in bonuses and royalties and $1,067 million In interet.
2Maor sources of Information used to determine Treasury's operating cash Include the Daily Balance Wires from Federal Reserve Banks, reporting from the Bureau of Public Debt, electronic
transfers through the Treasury Financial Communications System, and reconciling wires from Internal Revenue Service Centers. Operating cash is presented on a modified cash basis, deposits are
reflected, as received: and withdrawals are reflected as processed.
... No transactions.
(")Lees than $500,000.
Note: Details may not add to totals because of rounding.
Source: Financial Management Service, Department of the Treasury.






Table 6. Schedule A-Analysis of change In Exces of Liabllttles of the U.S. Government. April 196 and
Other Period (In millions)


Clasrliuton


Flecal Yew to Dole
This MontI- ---
Tl Yea Prieo Yarw


Exceias of Mbltes beginnng of pertd:
Based on compoaton of unrfied budOgt in Drecding period
Adjustments dunng Current fisaca yOea for ciangee in
compoostion of unrfid Dudge
Excee. of l rln w beginning of period currentl Db )

Budget sufpu ( or defCrfl
Base on composition of unified budg in pror fiscal year
Changes in composition of unified budget

Total surplus ( ) deficit (Tave 2)'

Tota-on-buage (Tabl 21

Total of-oudget (Tale 2)

Transaction not applied to current year s surplus or deficr
Segruorage
Increment on gold
Proceeds from currency
Profft on sale of gold
Ne gain (- Vice tor IMF loan valuation adjustment

Total-tran-actins nona applied to current year s
surplus or deficit

Ezies of NWbi8tles does of pelted


1 648 696 S 512 576 SI 301 228


1 48 69 1 512 576 1 301.228


9 928


126414 118.635


9 928 126414 118.635

1 854 140.863 123412

8074 14449 4 777


-35 258 -336






35 -258 336

1,638,733 1.6M3.733 1,419.527


'tI an rd the Balancd Budgl a nd Emrgency Def Control Act o 19965 (Public Law 9901T al ff-udgt n ar now present orn-tdget The FeIora F nanc.ng Bwk
(FF8) acov~n re now aTm as maru account under me agencies that use FFVi to hnance I hr programs Publ Law 990177 has also moved two social seunry trust funde (Fedeal oage
survivor insurSnc and Fedral daiblty insuraflC trust PunOi) o'l-budgel
No transections
I **"L than 5o00.000
No De msy r add to ts cause of rounding
Source Fencmal Manage ntwi Service, Depenrmnt of m Treawry






Table 6. Schedule B-Securities issued by Federal Agencies Under Special Financing Authorities, April 1986 and
Other Periode (In millions)

Net T rnsacion
(-)denote net reduction of Account Blances
Ilablity accounts Current Fical Yer
Clasesli caon
Fiscal Yw to Date Beginning of .
This Month -Ckln of
Thi month
This Year Prior Year This Year This Month Th m

Agency securities, rsued under special financing authorities:
Obligations of the United States, issued by:
Export-Import Bank.......................................... (*) -$2 -$17 $9 $7 $7
Obligations guaranteed by the United States, issued by:
Department of Defense:
Family housing mortgages................................ -$4 -27 -46 82 59 55
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Federal Housing Administration .............................. 6 -3 -16 117 108 114
Department of the Interior:
Bureau of Land Management ................................ ......... -1 (*) 17 16 16
Department of Transportation:
Coast Guard:
Family housing mortgages .......................... ......... ...) (*) (**) (**)
Obligations not guaranteed by the United States, issued by:
Department of Defense:
Homeowners assistance mortgages .......................... 1 1 ....... 1 2 3
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Government National Mortgage Association .................... .......... ........ ......... 2,165 2,165 2,165
Independent agencies:
Postal Service ............................................ ......... ......... .. ..... 250 250 250
Tennessee Valley Authority ............................. .. ......... -50 ......... 1,725 1,675 1,675

Total agency securities............................... 3 -82 -79 4,366 4,282 4,285

....No transactions.
(")Les than $500,000.
Note: Detaile may not add to total became of rounding.
Source: Financial Management Service, Department of the Treasury.






Table 6. Schedule C (Memorandum)-Federal Agency Borrowing Financed Through the leue of Public Debt Securtlies.
April 198 and Other Periods (In millions)


T rewnaconre


I Ftec Year to Dot
I


This Yer Prior Ye.


Account Balance
Current Fleci Yew
T


The Yer


ngoi 4 Cloool
i This month
Th Months
me. Yoean


aeoi0 f1om the Treasry
Commodrty Credt Corporaton
Commerce Fishing Vessels. NOAA
Exporn-lmport Bank of Unded States
Federal Emergency Managemen Agency
National Insuranc Development Fund
Federal Financing Bank...
Federal Housng Admnisatration
General insurance
Speaai nak neurance
General Servces Adminstration
Pennsylvania Avenue Development Corporalon
Rura Communication Development Fund
Rural Electrifcation Administration
Rural Telephone Bank
Secretary of Agnculture. Farmers Home Adminstraion
Rural housing insurance fund
Agricultural credit Inurance fund .. ...
Rual development insurance fund
Federal Crop Ins Corp
Secretary of Education
Colege housing loans
Secrary of Energy
Alterative Fuel Production DOE
Bonnervis Power Administration
Secretary of Housing and Urban Development
Housing for the elderly or nandicappd
'Low-Renl Public housing
Urban renewal fund
Secretary of the Interior
Bureau of Mines heium fund
Rasiroad reirerment account
Reuroad r ent local ecurty equivalent fund....
Secretary of Tranaportaton
Aircraft purchase loan guarantee program
Federal hip revoking fund ..... ..
Rail Passenger ServIce Act ....
Railroad revntalzation and improvement
Rail service as an e .........
Regional Rai Reorganization
Smithaonn Inattution
John F Kennedy Center parking facliteI .
Tennegese Valley Authonty
Veterans Admintstraton
Veterans dared loan program

Total agency borrowing from the Tresury
inced Ihrough leeues of Public Debt Securities.....

lrrowig from the FIts ral FinMincing Bak:
Expor-Impor Bank of the United States
Nbonal Credn Union Admnstration .
Potal Service
Tenneeaee Valley Authority
US Railway Association

Total borrowing from the Federal Financing Bank .........


$2.210 1,386 4.048
.


6
14,867


26



1160


2
26


-1,180
360
-210


2.667


23 811 520.205


69
153,075


1,530
1,9009

58
23
7,865
759

3.786
6,220
1 726
113


2,825

1,170
30 1.340


250
' -15,082


550
- 14,877


793
190 1,263


525
20



1.B66


12

1,120


4,801
14.727


252
1,336
1,717

13
130


20
150

1.730


$22.415


75
138.,83

1,480
1.480
1,900

58
25
7.886
759

2.606
5,420
1.516
113

2,625

1,170
1.340

5.101
15.132


252
2,128
2,790


2 06
6.580
1 516
113

2.825


252
2.128
2.960


20
150

1.730


-11,771 28,56 3,242 230,964 214.167 202391


..-158 -1 15,410 15.250 15.250
-76 -7 -50 222 223 146
... 1,0 1.90 1 690
-399 -311 616 14.561 14.649 14.250
23 74 74 74


- 475


- 548


31,967


31,410


'Pursuwan to P L .272 deld Anr 7. O1N al pnncipcl and interest f the Low Rent Pubc Houning Fund vws lorqgn a of AprI 7. 1,M SOeale of 60,000.000 n00 presff n tbXrowarV
made Oubequen to Apur 7
Nf inc oIny raMounts lowad to F edg Agn mics hn ieu of Agency Diet m uance and e~clude; Federal Flwigcin B"m* purchase of I or gunarnood by Fedwm Agswie
The F~a Fminancng Ba borrow f)mr Treasu, anid us a 1 iown u se and ui tluf y loyi nthgs fund to AtOIna s n M u of AOencM bowounMg drncUy rh'oug Treaury or asumg thu
own 5ecurOMO
to4 Detaf fy not M to totai bcau of rounding
Sourc Firmncl Maiagemenl S.erce. DenW n of th 'resur
.No ranmece.


Ctlasetlcaon


This Month


I,






Table 6. Schedule D-Investments of Federal Government Accounts in Federal Securities, April 1986 and
Other Periods (in millions)

DecurdtUk Held Inveatnmnto
Net Purchaes or Sa (-) Securities Hld as investment
Current Fiscal Yew
Claissifiction This MFiscal Year to Dte Beginning of C

ThiThis Year P This Yer Ths This month
This Year Prior Year This Year This Month


Federal funds:
Department of Agriculture .....................................
Department of Commerce .....................................
Department of Energy .................................. .......
Department of Health and Human Services .......................
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Federal Housing Administration:
Federal Housing Administration fund:
Public debt securities ................. ......... .........
Agency securities ..................... ...............
Government National Mortgage Association:
Emergency mortgage purchase assistance:
Agency securities ................... ...................
Special assistance function fund:
Public debt securities ........................... ........
Agency securities ...................................
Management and liquidating functions fund:
Public debt securities .......................... ........
Agency securities .....................................
Guarantees of mortgage-backed securities:
Public debt securities ................... .............
Agency securities ......................................
Participation sales fund:
Public debt securities ...................... ..............
Agency securities .........................................
Housing Management:
Community disposal operations fund:
Agency securities ......................................
Other .................... ...... ....... ...... ............
Department of the Interior .................. ... ........ ....
Department of Labor .................. ....... ..............
Department of Transportation ...............................
Department of the Treasury ................... ..... .........
Veterans Administration:
Veterans reopened insurance fund ...........................
Independent agencies:
Export-import Bank of the United States ........................
Federal Emergency Mangement Agency:
National insurance development fund ........................
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation:
Public debt securities .................................. ....
Agency securities ........................................
Postal Service ......................................... .....
National Credit Union Administration .........................
Tennessee Valley Authority:
Agency securities .........................................
Other .....................................................
Total public debt securities........................... ......
Total agency securities.......... .. .......................
Total Federal funds ...................................
Trust funds:
Legislative Branch:
United States Tax Court...... ............................
Library of Congress ...................... ......... ...... .
The Judiciary:
Judicial survivors annuity fund................................
Funds Appropriated to the President ..........................
Department of Agriculture ......................................
Department of Commerce ................................... ..
Department of Defense-Military................. ....... ......
Department of Defense-Civil ..................................
Other ............ ................. ................ ......
Department of Health and Human Services:
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund:
Public debt securities .... .... .........................
Agency securities .........................................
Federal disability insurance trust fund ..........................
Federal hospital insurance trust fund:
Public debt securities ............. ..........................
Agency securities ................. .......................
Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund...............
Other ............................ ........................


$1
28
("*)



127
("*)


$7
108
1,366
9



3,783
135


$5
194
1,420
10



4,570
135


$5
194
1,445
10



4,897
135


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

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


-4
(")

9
6

-12





- 3,814
-8
2
6

-29

220



-40

566
12


18


-67
-9

147
6

48





-3,502
28
10
-1,874

-31

363

-150

267

1,569
250


115


454
15

120
5

188




(")
453
-18
10
-706

10

216

80

-1,220

739
740


113


766
85

1,015
3

2,088
12




7,422
303
129
2,080

635

73


5,758
67
2,362
1,131


.....1,134
1,134


1,153
3

2,148
12


7,733
339
137
200

633


1,182
9

2,137
12


..........
..........
3,920
331
139
206

604


6,064
67
3,364
1,369


1,231


8,025
67
3,931
1,381


.........
1,249


-2,921 -1,749 1,770 30,319 31,491 28,570
6 -3 -5 302 293 299
-2,915 -1,752 1,765 30,622 31,784 28,870


("9)
(")

(")
1

(")

(")
28
-5


5,309

3,039

2,347

-18
(")


(")
1
6
1

(")
(")
1
9,083
83


3,057

3,416

14,066

-26
5


5
(")
-23
(")
1
11,008
34


3,065

1,850

2,707

1,473
2


102
1
4

(")
10
11,635
250


30.968

5,704

20,721
455
10,736
31


107
1
4

(")
10
20,690
338


28,715

6,081

32,440
455
10,729
37


107
2
4

(-")
10
20,718
333


34,024

9,120

34,787
455
10,711
36


Table continued on next page.






Table 6. Schedule D-lnvestment of Federal Goverment Accounts In Federal Securtles, April 19M and Other Pertods
(In mlllions)-Contlnued


Net Purcheese or Son ( |


This Mont



Trut funds:-Continued
Department of te Intenor. .41


Department of Labor
Unempoyrmint M.0 fund
Outt .


Department of State
Foreign service retirement and disabli fund
Other, .... ..... ..

Departme of Tranportation
Airport d arwy tru fund .....
ghway trust fund
tghery .............. .....

Depar t of re Treasury .. ....
Envkronmental Plrot on Aency .....
OfMe of Personl Managemeni
Cv M e o retirement d disability lund
Publc dtw scumt ..........

Agency kout ne m...........
Employees healt benefits fund.
Employees e insurance f .....und
Rebred -mploy health beret fund ....

Vetferns Admtnistration
Govewment Is insuanc d .....ud
National sevice Ilte insurance
Puc ................

Verw sp.e.a d insurance fund
Gnera Post Fund Nana Homes ....


Indped It -gncilue
Fefder Deposw Insuranc Corporation ....
Hary 8. Truman Memorta SchovOhipT Trut Fund ............
Jape-United Stat Frendhiip Com on ............
Radrofd Retirement Bord.. .. .
Other ...............,. ...........

Total pubic deW asecurWMe. .
Total agency secure ........................

TotalW bu. t un d. .....................................

Q tow I .......... ......... ...................


43



45
78


-22
-39


- 1,155

-18
-12


Fiecal Y

This Yer


-66


442
("')


205
(V-


386
663
4

80
-228


12,422

697
377
("-)


-15

115

33
3


-31

-3
1.103
1


Wr to De


Curr en Vl Year


ThIs Ye- I This M Th


$12 $196


-184
-10


200
( *)


5W2
1923


99
41


17,009
24


2,462



7,410
11.942
I")

266
701


10.370 127.278
175
196 1.174
357 6.640
4 4


115 9,296
136
30 942
10 17


18,130
47
18
4.232
6


$129


15952
26


2,624



7 752
12529
4


140 855
175
1,890
7.029
4


9,462
9.482
135
976
19


16242
47
16
5 251
7


16567
24


2667



7796
12.605
4


139,700
175
1 871
7,016
4


9,411
136
974
20


10 160 45000 35,560 286.226 321,066 331,226
766 765 765

10,160 48,000 35.580 2-6,891 321,831 331,81


7,245


43,248


37.345 317,612 353,615


I' In amordmoi w1t m W tced budga and EfnWgecDy Coatr Coltral A f o Mt 1966 (PtlOc Lw 1 M177). 11 Wur w o-Nuesi g aitms am now pr semd obrudgat T1h. Fod&erl Fnancrl Mar
(FFS) aceMs a* reow Wshow as oopraem accouno undt tiw men mat uws t"m FFB to rftnce twr prowrans Pubtc Low 9W177 has o moved two socli scurty trna knds (Fedwra 4a0:4
Surr un d Fderw dabairy uran trai rund*) ofl-budgl

(KA hIn 6600,000
Nces Irvweewnes we in pukc dow ascuriin ues unes wrwe n8Ed
Nooe DAil nmy not add to to htS tcaue t roundin
Souro Farwcw Managemnm Swvc. paWtmwnt iof Vie Tremury


I PTW vow


) P~or*r I






Table 7. Receipts and Outlays of the U.S. Government by Month, Fiscal Year 198 (In millions)


Fscal Cooal
Year prab
Closelfton Oct Nov. Dec Jan. Feb. March April May June July Au. Sept. To Pr
F.Y.


Recelpts'
Individual income taxes ...........
Corporation income taxes .........
Social Insurance taxes and
contributions
Employment taxes and
contribution .................
Unemployment nsurance........
Other retirement contrbutions....
Excise tax ....................
Estate and gift taxes .............
Customs duties ..................
Miscellaneous receipts............

Total-budgt rcepts this yer ,.

(Orcbdgt) .................

(Off-budget) .................

Total-budget receipts prior yaa ....

(On-budget.....................

(Off-budet).....................


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

Total Military ...... ...

CMvil ... .....................
Department of Education..........
Department of Energy ............
Department of Health and Human
Services:
Human Development Services....
Health Care Financing
Administration:
Grants to States for Medicaid ..
Federal hospital ins. trust fund .
Federal supp. med. ins. trust
fund .............. ......
Other .................. .
Social Security Administration:
Assistant Payments Program ...
Federal old-age snd survivors ins.
trust fund ..................
Federal disability ins. trust
fund .................. ....
O their ................. .....
Other ........................

Table continued on next page.


$30.595 123.405


1.181


17,843
1,340
382
2,966
574
1,106
1.894


1.390


17,472
2,241
432
3,234
564
1,026
1,396


$30,199
12,287



19,006
221
429
3.028
514
1,006
1,500


$41,130 125.376 $12.572


2,825



24.383
1,211
408
3,167
567
1,097
1.901


19,201
2,487
372
2,265
467
948
1.635


8.113



22,229
190
366
2.531
533
1,036
1.989


$45,120
8,716



28.391
2.999
366
2,512
680
1,067
1,568


57,411 51,113 6,193 76,710 53.370 49,557 91,431

43,7I9 37,011 524 57,46I 38,417 32,203 6,134

14,086 113,82 15,309 19,245 14,953 17,355 22,301


52,251


51.494


62,404


49,613


148,523
10,670
2,755
19.702
3.938
7,310
11.883

448,311

331,506

116,806


-I-I S S l lS 1fN


38,948


13,303


38.190


48,554


54,000


3.071


34,362


S~S ~5~; 5 5


13,303


13,850


16,454


15.978


15.250


It I tII


140
96
11

1.547
297
14



2,777
2,492
183


4.482
1.859
223


171
102
10

1.074
131
48



4.719
463
202


3.695
2.002
112


1,309
2,237
119


528
3,586
164


118
129
7

1.103
558
-1,009



2.016
3,747
269


956
660
64

5.545
1,773
-1,299



19,505
16.383
1,252


$208.400 $206,598
35,131 35,303


134.840
11,586
2,739
20,668
3.756
6.924
10,357







434,862

327,720

107.142


900
585
65

5,695
1,713
149


5.643 5.578 5.995 5.317 5.494 6.180 5,643 -' 39,850 36,322
7,260 7.277 7,697 6,486 6.886 7,299 7,404 Y. '.. 50,310 47,028
7,294 7,451 7,911 6.232 6,895 8.408 7,416 : 51,606 45,52
1.046 1,263 1,561 2,214 1,384 1,483 1.771 :10,743 9.064

21,243 21,561 23,184 20,249 20.659 23,370 22.234 ...:.:. .. :152,509 138,006
-I I.. I


1,716
1,501
1.024


482


2,189
4.340

2,245
1.528

881

14.224

1,625
1.875
-2,113


1,733
1.901
951


439


1.938
3.892

2.146
1.518

749

14,280

1.597
1,999
-1.363


1,744
1,204
1.066


423


1.843
4.066

2.120
940

647

14,454

1.622
4.451
-3.936


1.733
1.699
933


492


2.197
4,289

2.196
1.530

787

14.842

1.675
2,505
- 2,428


1,648
1,676
601


624


1,878
3.899

1.849
1.518

880

14,719

1,673
1.553
-1.312


1,665
1,448
967


539


1,999
4.083

1,942
2,059

670

14,798

1,669
694
-1,837


1,685
1,435
865


574


2,244
4,206

2,103
1,706

866

14,734

1.694
3,095
-3,264


11,924
10,864
6.606


3.573


14.288
28,773

14.601
10,796

5,480

102.052

11.576
16,173
-16,274


10,270
10,465
7,110


12,976
28,653

12,621
11.666

5,106

97,759

11,147
11,280
- 13.312


: :I



'rr
"" "






Tab 7. Receipts and Outlays l the U.S. Government by Month, Fiscal Year 1986 (In millions)-Continued


Nov Dec Jan


Feb March April


June July


Fiscal Corn-
FIBCal
Ytear parable
Aug Set T Period
S Prior
Ds FY


Outlays-Contlnued


Department of housing and Urvan
Deveopment
Department of the Interior
Deparment of Justic
Dparnment of Labor
UnemDoynmnl trust fund


Other
Depratmni of Stalte
Deanrnmni of Trarportt.on
Highwy truly fund

Department of the Treasury
Int e on the public deb
Genera revenue sharing
01w
Enironmenle Protection Agency
General Servwm Admministration
Nebonal Aeronautics and Spae
Adminnrattion
Office of Personnel Management
Smrna Buwnns Adminustration
Vewurns Admnintraon
Coimpnwaton and persons
tiona service I t
Government service Irie

in end agenO ci
Po Service
TenneMee Valey Authonty
Omw independent agency
Undltribed offelMing r cNpts
Employer sha. employee
rearmeni
imrel received by truls unds
Rani and royanw on Oute
Contental Shelf land
Other


Totl a~y .. ... ..

(On udgt) .. .

(Ofl-udget ...... ....

Tot9 uptm (.) or deftct ( -)'

(O.ou-gs. ..



Tolzs-o-, "v! pr.or .ot ,r

tOn. budflr)

Off/ bhudgerr

Total-surpls f I or deficit -
pnor war

rOn buderu;

Of~fl 6'idger)


51 4198
275
313

1 309|
76.
3831

1 5301
1 072

11 4111
1126
1094
504
159|

889
2 071
221

1 174
49
4
899

80
95
2 193


-2 172
1 449

-293
I)1


51 487 SI 301
498' 376
267' 283

1 193' 729:
486 305
320 210

1 352! 1 061
1 204' 1 161'

14 746 24.7021

974 914|
401 462
41 3581

603 749
1.855 2.055
ill -23

2.306 1 179
37 51
3 4
949 1 174

-506 302
169 62
714 1.050


-2 172 -2.388
- 1 108- 12.051

26 -493
-2 1


$1 474
494
4061

1 913
502
197

837
1 134

13397
1 040
516
376
-299

572
2 103
-28

1 172
69
3
825

303
24
568


-2.239
128

318
-3


$1 074' 51 162
31 30 ,
318 298
3 a 2 i


r1 79
397
197

782
916

13976
85
-439
365
119

687
1 957
8

1 277
33
4
1.007

138
17
257


- 2.287
-342

-296
1


2319
74
165


13.589

- 1.284
391
197

380
1 515
10

65
59
4
943

422

1.077


-2.237
187

-227


51 548
320
314

1 748
525
292

861
1 350

13488
1129
1.362
374
-319

632
2.046
2

1 214
54
3
1.060

161
100
493


-2.302
-207

-2.085
1 054


59 46'.
2 58
2 199

14 99'
2 06W
I l gy


1. 7 8e'

; 063



6.'


'256 6 369
' 92F .13 '


105 3'0
3380
6 585
2 87'3
64

4 51 '
13 603
152

8388
353-
26
685'

822
475
6 354


' 54'
3 449
9 69"
2 &:-'
3'.

4 39':
"6* 681
132

8 2'8
3.'
26
6 R2'

29'
4.
6 "8


15 79 14 59'
12 576 126'

3 685 3 023
1 0 8. 13


4.968 614.548 12.849 83,201 77.650 79,700 11.510 574.726,
_~---- -_ -------- ----_ --
70,352 69.391 71,579 60.146 61.963 63,660 67,276 472.36

14.616 15.157 11.270 15,055 15.987 1,.040 14.234 102.358

27.087- 33.386 14.656 -6.492- 24,50 30,142 -9,1261 12.414
______II____ 1111_IIIIIIII____ _1___I ______Ia t


26.556


31.781


16.696


10,624


23.544


31.457


*- 1.154


531 1.605 4.039, .4 190 1.034 1.315 8.074

.60 8020 8..9 '6 9' '8 446 '1.101 "9 115 83.214

66.198 66.196 62 A86 63J.6' 59.856 6J "'1 6 V116

14.062 14.194 14 085! I. 0'9 15.245 I. 402 14 :29


28.009 2R4. 96 14 68 99W1 21.05 29..02 1* II .<

2'.210 2S.0U6M 14 J. 9 16- 21. '83 .19.3 1 6 6'9
__ -4 -- ___Ii _ii=l= =


',g9 .voI


.J.l3 I ..r.


. 4 'O


. 9 .191- I


::::=:::-1::::: =1


40 663

14.449
t


S .

r'


1
.1


'In acordaneo withe te Solnced Budget and E rwgncy DeAc1 Cornt Act 1 1 QM (Puc Law S 177' als 1oX amT budgw mWs e m" ry w prnememd (i i t- Nkr I W a ta
(FFB) acvts n norw hmown separate ccounta under the nce thaM use We FFB 10 nanc thei protnras PutOK Lew 9 177 as also mwd two o `0 c murW w V 1 I- tj.
urors k M a "nd Fedre desamity o nce trust funds oIn buagsi
..o tvansco
**L-es &an V 600000
Nofte Deft may n" ad to totals becauoe o# rounding
Soure Fiwacij Managemenl Sere. ODeparrmen t the Tr asury


Clomrtcaon


Oct


-- ---r -----t-----t----
I


1






Table 8. Trust Fund Impact on Budget Results and Investment Holdings (in millions) as of April 31, 1986

Current Month Flcal Yea to Date Securtles held I- nvesoments
Current Fical Year
Classification
Beginning of
Receipts Outl"ys xces Receipts O utlky Exc n of sof
This eonth Thi Month
I I 19 hkWom


Trust receipts, outlays, and Investments held:
Airport and airway .....................
Black lung disability.....................
FDIC ..............................
Federal disability insurance ...............
Federal employees life and health .........
Federal employees retirement .............
Federal hospital insurance ...............
Federal old-age and survivors insurance ....
Federal supplementary medical Insurance...
Revenue sharing ......................
Highways .............. ..............
Military advances .....................
Railroad retirement.....................
Military retirement .....................
Unemployment ................... ......
Veterans life insurance ..................
All other trust ............. ............

Trust fund receipts and outlays on the basis
of Tables 4 and 5 and investments held
from Table 6-D ......................

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

Total trust fund receipts and outlays ...

Federal fund receipts and outlays on the basis
of Tables 4 and 5 .......................
Interfund receipts offset against Federal fund
outlays ..............................

Total Fedeal fund receipts and outlays .

Total Interfund receipts and outlay .......

Total receipts and outlays ...............


$232
48

2,055

366
5,727
21,160


946

443

2,999

9


$135
48
72
1,501
27
1,481
3,818
12,734
151
1,129
861
-635
479
-28
1,710
56
-21


$97
(**)
-72
555
-27
-1,112
1,909
8,426
-151
-1,129
84
635
-36
28
1,289
-56
30


$1,541
291

10,559

2,773
29,599
106,889
(**)
4,185
6,907

2,374

10,870

214


$1,093
310
-47
9,705
-1,072
3,598
28,266
92,653
-44
3,380
8,620
-377
3,120
-9,061
10,905
-124
403


$449
-19
47
855
1,072
-823
3,333
16,236
44
805
288
377
-746
9,081
-235
124
-189


$7,410

18,130
5,704
7,819
130,016
21,176
30,966
10,736

11,942

4,232
11,635
17,009
10,642
1.573


$7,752

16,242
6,081
8,923
143,762
32,895
28,715
10,729

12,529
. i l
5,251
20,890
15,952
10,831
1,482


$7,796
.............
16,090
9,120
8,892
142,850
35,242
34,024
10,711

12,605

5,335
20,718
16,567
10,775
1,456


33,986 23,515 10,471 178,003 147,305 30,698 286,991 321,831


a 4Ajn a 4A


331.991


T IAT CRf AYi


W, 14 0 Inv0 ...... s, 7fI r Ol,""r ......

40,126 29,655 10,471 235,450 204,752 30,698


57,452 57,995 -543 274,493 431,606 -157,113

11 11 ...... 767 787 ......

57,463 58,006 -543 275,260 432,373 -157,113

-6,151 -6,151 ...... -62,399 -62,399 ......

91,438 81,510 9,928 448,311 574,726 -126,414


'In accordance with the Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control Act of 1965 (Public Law 9177), all former off-budget enti are now prntd budget. Th FeraFinanci
(FFB) activities are now shown separate accounts under the agencies that use the FFB to finance their program. Public Law -177 haa alo moved two social security trust funds (Federal old-age
survivor insurance and Federal disability Insurance trust funds) off-budget.
....No transactions.
(")Lees than $500,000.
Note: Interund receipts and outlays are transaction between Federal funds and trust funds such as Federal payments and contribuone, and nrest nd prof on ement In Federal ecuries.
They hv no net effect on overall budget receipt and outlays since the receipt s of such transactions t agat budget ouays In this table, refund c are shown an adjustment
to arrive at total receipt and outlays ofrust funds respecvely. Included In total Interfund receipts and outlay are $415 mllon in Federal unds, traneed to ust funds for revenue haring.
Note: Details may not add to totals because of rounding.
Source: Financial Management Service, Department of the Treasury.






Table 9. Summary of Receipt by Source, and Outlay by Function of the U.S.
and Other Periods (In millions)


Government, April 1986


CThI Mon FThca Ywr I Co mperble Period
To Da PAWer P e Ywe

RECEIPTS'
Individual income taxes 545 120 26 400 12080 s5
Ciporpo u cone tax .... .. .716 36,131 36.383
Social insurance taxs and contnbutone
Employmentl asnd contbutiron ........ ... 28.391 148.523 134.840
Unemploymenl insurance ... 2.99 10,670 11 588
Other retirement contributions .. 368 2.755 2 739
Exa lse .taxe 2 512 19.702 20 88
Esate .and gft taxes .0.... 3.938 3.758
Cuom ....... 1,07 7,310 8.924
Misclaneou 1,588 11.883 10.367

Total .......................................... 91,438 44 ,311 434, 2

OUTLAYS'
Natinal den .... .. e....... 22.842 157,043 142.374
Inlemnsfonal afftrs ..... ........... 732 7,540 9.764
Geniwal science space. and technology 761 5,418 5.106
Energy ... 358 2,410 4,000
Nural re es d environ ........... 1,130 7,581 7,179
Atgrctaire 3.489 21,082 17,700
Commerce and housing credit 804 136 1.812
Tr or. .. ....... .. ........ 2271 15.550 13.90
Commuy d regional ...................... 38 4.527 4.,48
Education, training, employment and social services 2.440 17.82 18,880
e .. ................. ........ 3.206 20,360 19.272
Med .....ae 5,831 40,027 38.040
co e ...ec... .... ...... .. ... ...... 11.113 73.376 81.108
S IocI ,.al .. .... ............ .. 16,403 112.927 107,506
V n be l and ...........rv....... 2,340 15.75 15578
Adri an .............................ju 548 3.841 3.840
General governwent........... -48 3.725 2.479
General purpose ecl stance ........................ 886 4.272 4,800
........... .... ............ 10,359 81,104 75.230
Und ibuted offeetting recipts ........ ................ -43 19484 -17,20

Totl ......................................... 81,510 574,728 58,417

'n accordance wth the Ba Budgt and Emergency Deficit Control Act of 1985 (Public Law 99-177), all former off-budget enti re now presented on4udg
The Federal Financing Bank (FFB) actMties e now hown as part accounts under the gencis that the FFB to fnance their program. Public Law 9-177 has
*I movd two socil security truth funmd (Federl olr-ge survivor insurance and Federal disabilty insurance truth funds) oft-budget.
Note Detais may not add to tot b cause of rounding
Source Financia Management Service, Dpartment of the Treasury





OP okMes






Explanatory Notes


1. Flow of Data Into Monthly Treasury Statement
The Monthly Treasury Statement (MTS) is assembled from data in the
central accounting system. The major sources of data include monthly
accounting reports by Federal entities and disbursing officers, and daily
reports from the Federal Reserve banks. These reports detail account-
ing transactJons affecting receipts and outlays of the Federal Government
and off-budget Federal entities, and their related effect on the assets and
liabilities of the U.S. Government. Information is presented in the MTS
on a modified cash basis.

2. Notes on Receipts
Receipts included in the report are classified into the following major
categories: (1) budget receipts and (2) offsetting collections (also called
applicable receipts). Budget receipts are collections from the public that
result from the exercise of the Government's sovereign or governmental
powers, excluding receipts offset against outlays. These collections, also
called governmental receipts, consist mainly of tax receipts (including
social insurance taxes), receipts from court fines, certain licenses, and
deposits of earnings by the Federal Reserve System. Refunds of receipts
are treated as deductions from gross receipts.
Offsetting collections are from other Government accounts or the public
that are of a business-type or market-oriented nature. They are classified
into two major categories: (1) offsetting collections credited to appropria-
tions or fund accounts, and (2) offsetting receipts (i.e., amounts deposited
in receipt accounts). Collections credited to appropriation or fund accounts
normally can be used without appropriation action by Congress. These
occur in two instances: (1) when authorized by law, amounts collected
for materials or services are treated as reimbursements to appropriations
and (2) in the three types of revolving funds (public enterprise, intragovem-
mental, and trust); collections are netted against spending, and outlays
are reported as the net amount.
Offsetting receipts in receipt accounts cannot be used without being
appropriated. They are subdivided into two categories: (1) proprietary
receipts-these collections are from the public and they are offset against
outlays by agency and by function, and (2) intragovernmental funds-
these are payments into receipt accounts from Governmental appropria-
tion or fund accounts. They finance operations within and between Govern-
ment agencies and are credited with collections from other Government
accounts. The transactions may be intrabudgetary when the payment and
receipt both occur within the budget or from receipts from off-budget
Federal entities in those cases where payment is made by a Federal en-
tity whose budget authority and outlays are excluded from the budget
totals.
Intrabudgetary transactions are subdivided into three categories:
(1) interfund transactions, where the payments are from one fund group
(either Federal funds or trust funds) to a receipt account in the other fund
group; (2) Federal intrafund transactions, where the payments and receipts
both occur within the Federal fund group; and (3) trust intrafund transac-
tions, where the payments and receipts both occur within the trust fund
group.
Offsetting receipts are generally deducted from budget authority and
outlays by function, by subfunction, or by agency. There are four types
of receipts, however, that are deducted from budget totals as undistributed
offsetting receipts. They are: (1) agencies' payments (including payments
by off-budget Federal entities) as employers into employees retirement
funds, (2) interest received by trust funds, (3) rents and royalties on the
Outer Continental Shelf lands, and (4) other interest (i.e., interest collected
on Outer Continental Shelf money in deposit funds when such money
is transferred into the budget).

3. Notes on Outlays
Outlays are generally accounted for on the basis of checks issued by
Government disbursing officers, and cash payments made. Certain in


tragovernmental outlays do not require issuance of checks. An example
would be charges made against appropriations representing a part of
employees' salaries which are withheld for individual income taxes, and
for savings bond allotments. Outlays are stated net of offsetting collec-
tions and refunds representing reimbursements as authorized by law,
refunds of money previously expended, and receipts of revolving and
management funds. Interest on the public debt (public issues) is recog-
nized on the accrual basis. Outlays of off-budget Federal entities are ex-
cluded from budget outlay totals.

4. Processing
The data on payments and collections are reported by account sym-
bol into the central accounting system. In turn, the data are extracted from
this system for use in the preparation of the MTS.
There are two major checks which are conducted to assure the con-
sistency of the data reported:
1. Verification of payment data. The monthly payment activity reported
by Federal entities on their Statements of Transactions is compared to
the payment activity of Federal entities as reported by disbursing officers.
2. Verification of collection data. Reported collections appearing on
Statements of Transactions are compared to deposits as reported by
Federal Reserve banks.

5. Other Sources of Information About Federal Government
Financial Activities

A Glossary of Terms Used in the Federal Budget Process, March 1981
(Available from the U.S. General Accounting Office, Gaithersburg,
Md. 20760). This glossary provides a basic reference document of stan-
dardized definitions of terms used by the Federal Government in the
budgetmaking process.

Daily Treasury Statement (Available from GPO, Washington,
D.C. 20402, on a subscription basis only). The Dally Treasury Statement
is published each working day of the Federal Government and provides
data on the cash and debt operations of the Treasury.

Monthly Statement of the Public Debt of the United States (Available
from GPO, Washington, D.C. 20402 on a subscription basis only). This
publication provides detailed information concerning the public debt.

Treasury Bulletin (Available from GPO, Washington, D.C. 20402).
This quarterly publication provides a summary of statistics concerning
the Federal Government's financial operations, international statistics,
cash management/debt collection, and special reports.

Annual Budget Publications (Available from GPO, Washington,
D.C. 20402). There are five annual publications which provide informa-
tion concerning the budget:
-The Budget of the United States Government, FY 19_
-Appendix, The Budget of the United States Government, FY 19_
-The United States Budget in Brief, FY 19_
-Special Analyses
-Historical Tables

United States Government Annual Report and Appendix (Available
from Financial Management Service, U.S. Department of the Treasury,
Washington, D.C. 20226). This annual report presents budgetary results
at the summary level. The appendix presents the individual receipt and
appropriation accounts at the detail level.















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