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Monthly Treasury Statement

of Receipts and Outlays of

the United States Government


For Fiscal Year 1986,
Through May 31, 1986,
and Other Perijo--




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Financial Nlanageimnt terv.ic e


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Receipts -
page 6





Federal
Trust Funds
Securities -
page 28


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Summary -
page 2


Deficit
Financing-
page 20


Re( eipts
by Source
Outlays by
Fun( tion -
page 29


Explanatory
Notes -
page 30)


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Introduction


The Monthly Tresury Statement of Receips and Outays of the United State
Goemment (MTS) is prepared by the Depatment of the Treasury, Fnancil Manage-
ment Service, and after approval by the Flscal Asaltant Secretary of the Treasury,
Ia normally released on the 15th workday of the month following the reporting 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 whose opera-
tions depend upon or are related to the Government's financial operations.

Disclosure Statement
This statement summarizes the financial activities of the Federal Government
and off-budget Federal entities 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 are treated as deductions from gross receipts; revolving and manage-
ment fund receipts, reimbursements and refunds of monies previously expended
are treated as deductions from groes outlays; and interest on the public debt (public
Issues) Is recognized on the accrual basis. Major Information sources include ac-
counting data reported by Federal entitles, disbursing officers, and Federal Reserve
banks.

Trad of Publcaons
The MTS is part of a tried of Treasury financial reports. The Daiy Tresury Sate-
mert is published each working day of the Federal Government. It provides data
on the cash and debt operations of the Treasury based upon reporting of the
Treasury account balances by Federal Reserve banks. The MTS is a report of
Government receipt and outlays, based on agency reporting. The U.S. Govern-
ment Annual Report I the official publication of the detailed receipts and outlays
of the Govemment. It sl published annually In accordance with legislative mandates
given to the Secretary of the Treasury.

Data Sources and Information
The Explanaory Notes section of this publication provides information 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 Recelpts Outlays Deflct/Surplus(-)


FY 1985
October ........................... $52,251 1$80.260 $28,009
November......... .............. 51.494 '80,390 28.896
December. ................... 62,404 '76,971 14,568
January .................... .... 70,454 '78,446 7,992
February ................... ....... '54,049 175,101 '21,053
March ......... ........ ........ '49,613 '79,115 '29,502
April ............................ '94,599 '83,214 -11,386
May .. ............ ............. '39,802 '81,795 141,993
June .......... ........ .... 72,151 73,520 -1,369
July .............................. 257,970 279,503 21,532
August ............... ....... 55,776 83,373 27,597
September ................. ...... 73,808 74,572 764

Year-to-Date ................... 733,996 945,927 211,931




FY 1986
October ......................... 57,881 84,968 27,087
November ......................... 51,163 84,548 33,386
December....... ................ 68,193 82,849 14,656
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
May. ... ....................... 46,246 85,642 39,396

Year-to-date s ....................... 494,558 660.366 165,810





'includes an adjustment to prior reporting.
2Doe not include a prior period adjustment of 326 million. However the current fical year to dale Agure does include the adjustment.
31n accordance with the Balanced Budget and Emergency Deftll Control Act of 1985 (Public Law 99-177). all former off-budget entries ae now presented on-budget. The Federal Financing Bank
(FFB) activities are now shown as separate accounts under the agencies that uae the FFB to finance their program. Public Law 99-177 also moved two social security trust funds (Federal old-age
survivors insurance and Federal disability Insurance trust funds) off-budget.
Note Details may not add to totals due to rounding.
Source: Financial Management Service, Department of the Treasury




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".hle 6. M'ea'is of F:nancing the Deficit
or is -,siton of .2irplus by the
U..-. Government. (In Millions)
Page 20


Mlscellaneois liability accounts
(includes checks outstanding, etc.) ..................
shouldd be ............... ...... ............. .......

T..tal liability accounts ...............................
Should be .... ..... ........... ............ ...... ...

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

Total financing
(Financing of deficit (+) or disposition
of surplus (-)) ................ ........ .........
shouldd be .... ....................................


Table 6. schedule D Investments of Federal
Government Accounts in Pederal Securities
(In Millions)
age 25


Account balancess
currentt "ISgPI Year


Beginning of
This Month


-109,374
17,040

1, 591,83n
1,718,?45Q

+1,512,319
+1,618,733



+1,512,576
+l,63Q0,.Ql


"lose nr
This Month


-l1?,74l
23,069

1,568,424
1,7 ? ,2

+1, 12,2?R
+1,678,006



+1,512,576
+1,678,3pP


Net Purchases or Sales (-)
Fiscal Year to Pate


This Year


Prior Year


Grand total
Should be


0 0 0 0 00@00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 a0 @0 0 0 0 0
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Monthly Statement of
Receipts and Outlays of the United States Government

For Fiscal Year 1986, Through Nay 31, 1986, and other Periods


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48,365


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42,223


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Table 2. Summwry of Budget and Off-Budget Reeults and Financing of the U.S. Government, May 19M and
Other Pertode (in rnmlon)


TOW onbudge ard ofl-udet reeut
TOW P CWPW
Totl RemRip
- -


ToW Ouieym


OFIudgoW Ouy.. ......

Toa rplu (+) or Oefcit (-) .. .

Onrbudgt Surpks (+) or Dec (-).
OL.udges Suplw (+) or Oft (-)

ToW Ornudgt ond Offbudgc Fnancng


y Borrowing ro the pubc ...........
By tReducean of Camh snd Monetmy
eBy Otsr m r (-)
fy Omr aee mew*


548.248

30.004
1e.242

85642

89.811
16,031

- 39.396

-39 07
+211

39,396


17.960

22,774
- 1,338


494 558

361.509
133.049

680 368

541.979
118.3880

- 165,810

-180.470
+14.660

186,810


159.799

2.064
3,947


5777 139

579.201
197.938

979.928

795,186
184.743

-202.789

-215.964
+13.196

202,789


204,151

-2.940
1.578


5474864

351 90
122 75

635.292

517.711
117,581

- 180,829

-165,803
-5.174

100o,29


139,356

18.032
3,238


5850.372

636.097
214.275

994.002

795.386
198.817

- 143.630

- 159.288
+ 15,68

143.830


141.680


1,950


'a1M on FY 19 7 budgr f rIl ad by me Offce of Manowewnt and Budget an Februy 5, 986.
Ain m .I WO gBao ld Budge and Ewergncy Dect C ontrA ol Ac cit 1986 (Purb Law 9 177) aMJ ornw offbudget entrl are nw resented o-budget The Fderl Financang Ban
(FFM) Pmum m now IhMMn mpar coa unmt r un e amrilncs tham use FFt to finance thr program. Pubi Law 9177 has alo moved two social cunty iru funds (oe dwe o"-age
murvam omrwuo n Fedtr dwammy inswwan tmm fund) o,-Oudge
Wi Dea mW o toWI* Wa u ledI roundng
aes Financi MiAr1 n Swervce. Depmrime of Te Treasury






Figure 1. Monthly Recipt. Outlays, and Budget Deficlts/Surplus of the U.S. Government, Flcal Years 1985 and 1986





In billions of dollars
100

80Outlays


60 -


40 -
Receipts
20 -


0


-20


-40 -
Deficit( -)/Surplus
-60

Oct Dec Feb. Apr. June Aug. Oct Dec. Feb. Apr. May

FY FY

85 86


-






Figure 2. Monthly Receipts of the U.S. Government, by Source, Fiscal Years 198 and 1988


In billions of dollars


100
90
80
70
60
50
40
30
20
10
0


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



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




In billions of dollars
100
Total Outlays

80

Social Security & Medicare



40on Defense

National Defense
20 Ij.

Interest on the Public Debt
0


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


Dec. Feb. Apr. May





Table 3. Summary of Rece4ptl and Outlay of the U.S. Government, May 19 and Othe r Pod (In millions)


Actu Actuwl Actul dg
Cuflcaton T itTI FlecI a Compable Eimaet
Yew to Dw Pror P&tod Aid awl Yew'


Ind-idulo Inco te Itax .. ........
Corporaton cme tax .... ........
Social wurance ta and contrmuonr
Emnloyment WIe and contibuuons (ofl-oudge) .. ..
Enloyment lWee d oontnbutbon (on-budget) ......
Unumploym nl Itsurano. ....
OhWr mrnne contabuon .. .

EsOM and gi91 toWiw



Taw liA gep ...................................

(O1 1 6 1dg1 ) ................................ ....

(oN-urdget) ................. .. .............


-Lpglta Branch ..... ...... .... ....
The judiciary .. .......... ...
Encutei Office of tie Prdent
Fund Apropriaed to ie P ide .......................
Dowrtmient of Agricuture
Dwpamwent of Commerce
Departmenl of Deenee-Mil"tary
Deapmtne of .......................
Dparbtant of Educaion.
DepWartent of Energy .......................
Department of mHeNI and Hwawn Sorvic,.
except Socia Security ................... ... ...
Departi of Hee and Human Servicee. Social Security
Depart-nt of Hous"ig and Urban Developnilnt
Depeient o ............ interior
Department of Justice
Depr of L ...................or .........
Deprtment of State.
Depa nt of Tranport..at............. ................
Depaenwit of the Treasury
Gowwr l revenue "........ ........... .. ...
ee onr the public debt ...

EvWIon efM Praection .... ......ncy..
Gn l Servic Administraion ..............
NeIo l AWonauA and Sp Admiabon
Office o Pwon Management ............
Smal Buiefte Admnit.,......on
Vewtrans Adn**istrawiornt
Other Indendn TX ......... ..... ............. ..
Auowances. unldirfilbupd


Emnployw shrew.w loye retirement (on-budge)
Enloywern employee reorement (off-budgel) .
hIn etetiNId by onbudget trust .,...
nee t receved by offudget tr f .. ......
FRnt and royale on re Outer Continental Shelf ld...
Sale of mo p-i sewe ....

Total Out y .......................................

(Onbud t) t .... .. ... .... .. ... ..

(064budYt) ................... ....... .......

Supku (+) Orf (-) ................I ..........


98620
1.448

16.242
4,.80
7.461
440
2.606
886
1040
1,838


1218220
36579

133 049
38,318
18,131
3,196
22 371
4 625
8.350
13 721


$212,216
36,623

122.756
31.871
19,778
3.176
23,926
4,322
7,870
12.125


5363 736
70 66

17 936
54.176
23.561
4,743
34,.26
6073
12404
18,993


46,246 494.558 474,U4 777.13

30.004 361,506 351.906 71,201

16.242 133,049 122,756 197,m3


131 1,089 1,032 1.944
75 735 860 1,062
9 73 74 111
1,472 7,492 8.660 12,467
5,444 41,333 38.229 54 194
151 1,403 1,336 2,001
23.105 175.614 159,657 258,425
1.675 13,599 11,963 20,587
1.337 12,200 11.858 17,840
906 7,514 8,142 10078

12.117 96,973 87.515 140,804
18,324 122.506 121.338 192.004
319 9.784 21,894 15.154
383 2.965 3,035 4,864
294 2,493 2.344 3.847
2.018 18.074 18.196 23.124
186 1,952 1.813 2.915
2,148 17,324 15.468 26,360

3,381 3,460 4,433
14,776 120.086 114,416 196.100
-1,125 -7,710 -10,596 -15.784
315 3,188 2,956 4,632
200 136 -143 40
614 5,125 4.998 7.341
1,809 15,412 15,546 24.080
212 364 360 936
3,449 19,072 18,754 26,538
930 6.947. 7,715 10.912


-4 -1.071 -300
-2,132 1 331 16,144 -2283
-243 -1,842 -1.814 -2,.43
-1,147 -11,487 -11,144 -26.64
-50 2277 -2,143 -4,418
-62 -3,747 3.2 6460
.......................... 1.200

N,42 6e0,31e '6S3,292 r5,16M

"M,611 541,87t 517.711 m7.18

18,031 116,3I0 117,561 164.743

-3M,36 1M8.10 -160.M62 -M,7911

- 39,07 10,470 16,03 216,64


+211


+ 14,66


+5,174


+13,16


'1-eM on we FY IW7 Budgi reMimed by OMB oa Februwy 5. BIM
q in mrds wiMti le Saed kdgmr En9ervecy Dea CaniU Acld of I (PNbc Law TY1) ltonew ofloudg enmere 'w rwr#m orn-ouTgi n FedFral F Wn ng I*
(PF) -cav rm now n an wpM ou undor to ma wcata uO- W a FF3 to Pnew ,wr program Pubc Law W 177 h= -l mLd mo soci u scuy n hunds (Fedt 0CMd0
sur-kwom ikunmfce ad Feie simmy I mm11i c VtW Vn)e omM-M9e0
-Soum lhrcli1 M, i mi@ SerwvS Depw -nit t o Tremasry





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

This Month Current Fiscl Ywr to Date Prior Fle Yea to Date
Claslflcation Groes Refundes R p Gro Refunds Gree Reounds
tRoeipta (Dmkict) Recslpte (Deduct) Receipts (IDduct)


Individual Income taxes:
Withheld ........................................
Presidential Election Campaign Fund ..................
Other ..........................................
Total-Individual Income tax ....................
Corporation Income taxes ..........................
Social Insurance taxes and contributions:
Employment taxes and contributions:
Federal old-age and survivors Ins. trust fund:
Federal Insurance Contributions Act taxes ..........
Self-Employment Contributions Act taxes ...........
Deposits by States...........................
Total-FOASI trust fund' .....................
Federal disability Insurance trust fund:
Federal Insurance Contributions Act taxes ..........
Self-Employment Contributions Act taxes ...........
Deposits by States .........................
Total-FDI trust fund .........................
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 taxes and contributions ......
Excise taxes:
Miscellaneous excise taxes2 ..............
Airport and airway trust fund ... ....... .. ......
Highway trust fund ...... ..... ..............
Black lung disability trust fund ...
Total-Exose taxes ............................
Estate nd gift taxes .......... ..................
Customs duties .............. .....................
Miscellaneous receipts:
Deposits of earnings by Federal Reserve banks .........
All other ............... .
Totel--Mlclaneous receipts ...................

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

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

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


$28,564 $: 210,394 ..: .. $ ::i 201,112 .'.
7 28 : .
3,796 72.700 .. 69,801
32,367 122,546 4 9.20 283,122 $14,902 $218,220 270,939 16,723 $212,216
2,813 1,36 1,448 49,102 12,523 36,579 48,366 11,742 32,8



13.137 ...... 13,137 103,004 103,004 93,928 ...... 93,928
474 ...... 474 6,870 ...... 6,870 6.212 ...... 6,212
1,186 ...... 1.186 11,339 ...... 11,339 11,850 ...... 11,850
14,797 ...... 14,797 121,213 ...... 121,213 111,990 ...... 111,990

1.263 1,263 9,911 ...... 9.911 9,118 ...... 9,116
46 ...... 46 671 .. 671 611 ...... 611
136 ...... 136 1,254 .. 1,254 1,039 ...... 1,030
1.445 ... 1,445 11,836 ...... 11,836 10,766 ... 10.766

3,743 ...... 3,743 28,570 .. 28,570 24,885 ...... 24,866
123 ...... 123 1,777 .... 1,777 1,546 ...... 1,546
394 ...... 394 3,512 ...... 3,512 2,790 ...... 2,790
4,260 ...... 4,260 33,859 ...... 33,859 29,221 ...... 29,221

184 -2 186 1,305 4 1,302 1.483 18 1,467
155 55 1,157 ...... 1,157 1,183 ...... 1,163
20,842 -2 20,844 169.370 4 169,367 154,642 16 154,827


6,028 ... 6,028 13,891 .... 13,891 14,567 ..... 14,567
1,515 83 1,431 4,336 264 4,071 5,181 143 5,038
2 .. 2 169 ...... 169 173 ...... 173
7,544 83 7,481 18,396 264 18,131 19,921 143 19,778

429 .... 429 3,103 .... 3,103 3,090 ...... 3,080
3 ... 3 27 ...... 27 26 ...... 26
( ) .... (" ) 1 ...... 1 2 ...... 2
433 ..... 433 3,132 ..... 3,132 3.118 ...... 3,118

7 .. ... 7 63 ... 63 59 ...... 50

28,826 81 28,745 190,961 268 190,693 177,739 15 177,561

1,227 -55 1,282 12,584 339 12,244 13,325 166 13,158
245 1 245 1,793 7 1,786 1,806 4 1,05
1,094 4 1,090 8,181 184 7,997 8,765 181 8,584
53 ... 53 344 ...... 344 379 ...... 379
2,619 -50 2,669 22,901 531 22,371 24,271 351 23,818
702 1 686 4,775 151 4,625 4,426 103 4,22
1,081 41 1,040 8,68 339 8,350 8,140 270 7,870

1,725 .. 1,725 12,631 .... 12,631 11,148 11,14
113 (") 113 1,094 4 1,090 983 6 977
1,838 (") 1,138 13,725 4 13,721 12,131 6 12,126

70,245 23,999 48,246 573,274 78,717 494,558 546,017 71,353 474,664

54,003 23,999 30,004 440,225 78,717 361,509 423,261 71.353 351,801

18,242 ...... 16,242 133,049 ...... 133,049 122,75 ...... 122,75


In accordance with the Balance Budget and Emerency Deficit Control act of 1985 (Publc Law 99-177), all former off-budget entities are now presented on-budget. The Federal Financing Bank
(FF) acvtes are now shown a separate accounts under the agnce at use the FFB to finance their programs. Public Law 99-177 has also moved two social security trust funds (Federal old-ag
urv Insurance and Federal diablty Insurance trust funds) off-budget.
includes amounts received for Windfall Profite Tax pursuant to P.L. 96223.
...No transactions
(') Les than $500,000.
Note: Details may not add to totals because of rounding.
Source: Financial Management Service, Department of the Treasury.





Table 6. Outlay of th U.S. Govnment, ey 19M and Other Periods (In millions)


ma of r C........................
Lbnry of Congr .. ..........
Gomrnmint Pr unng Ofm
nfl egkndn (rw ... p...--... ...............
Gner und approp riation ................... ...
nrw l Accounung Office
ad S e Tax Court ...... ....... ....
OtVh LS luai Bnv O t .......r.... ...
Prpr y pt from th pu............c ...........
rpbud taw wy tr o ...e.......... ...




SimprrW Couin of ew Unrbd Stt...s.....
Courts of appeek, dI Irct course, nd otw
jud i services .....





Coansp-aon of 9e Pmredaet nWd oIn
Was HouM Ot .. ..... .. .. ..
OfMe of Management end Budget ............ ..
er ........n ...............

TueO --am -em 0m11 of ta Psine .........e
Puw ADreeprted t the Psieldet


IAd l security saggigianc:
l w i i ree n ..... ..
Foreign mly al credm .e..l ......
FFB DrM Loan ... .. ......................

Pcorim k pr1 n ............ .
Ie m 0pn 00 ............ ...............
Ol ... ............ ..... ........
Prop ary receipts fom pubc ................

Totws-wrmernaional security elefncw .......

Oilii onaiill develoment easisimbno

Conrtuaons to internwoa W fananctil Wnotlons:
krisrtbonal Doelopm nt Ae ec A. ...........
lrw -A n M- B ...............
Oth.. ... .................. .........
trmsbnaw orgmnhalons and pim w
T-' -u Ni-'o -1 prou l ...............


Agency Iwor IlDornalo Dmeveiopmenl
FuncaoneI dmlopmenl elNitsncnI prori ........
Operang expenses. Agency kr
Intaonl Devopmwdn .... .. .
Payment to Foreogn Servic re eit tnd
diability fund ....... .........,..
Oth ... .... .......... .. ......
Propitory recs from tho pubc .. .

ToW Agncy or Wemaoni Development ...

Trade and development prograUm .. ... .
PoTw Corps .. .. ,........ .......
Orwseas Prva MInvestmert Corporabon
Pubic Enterprim Fund .. .., ........ .....
FFB LoWn A Purcham'r .... .. ,......,,
Iner-America n Foundaton ............... .. F.
AfMicn Development Foundaion ... ,.-. .. .

Total-I-.nmnon l development a iOtance. ,..

Tabe e donall on rne page.


11
V I
("V)









(**)


5186
325
77
11
03
158

8
IM
1886
18
10

-6


s $1811
6 319
77
11

156


68
188
106
10
3 -3
-6


5170
310
63
11
70
161

- 16
61
187
12
14

-3


S 8172
8 304
63

70
11


-18
70
61
187
12
14
3 -3
-3


13 1 111 1,103 14 1,00 1.048 14 1.032

1 .. ... 1 10 10 9 9

6o ..... O 68 .. 6O 617 617
4 ...... 4 37 ...... 37 36 36

71 ...... 75 736 ...... .... 03 .



2 .. 2 16 ..... 16 1 1
2 ......2 24 .. 24 4 .... 2
4 ...... 4 33 .... 33 30 ... 30

S ...... 73 ...... 7 74 ...... 74


10 ...... 19... 20 141 .11 141


07 9 5s 614 504 110 434 178 255
314 ...... 314 1.89 ...... 1,860 1,6S 1.556
118 44 72 1.115 445 070 1.08 411 077
513 .. ... 513 3,196 .... 3,196 3,070 3.070
("*) ...... (**) on .. 704 .... 704
2 ...... 2 29 ..... 29 27 ..... 27
4 ..... 4 28 .... 2 23 .. 23
...... -6 ..... 86 ..... 100 -100

1.016 50 967 7,540 1.047 8.502 6,02 000 0.212




... ...... 467 ..467 690 ..0
11 ..... 11 20 ..... 209 210 .... 210
(**) .. () 206 .... 206 170 170
(**) ...... (") 72 ... 72 232 .232

10 ...... 10 943 ...... .. 943 1..302


53 (") 53 04 2 873 3 870

26 ...... 26 25 256 253 253

43 ..43 41 41
2 1 26 196 18 177 162 21 141
...... -78 526 -52 483 -48

106 79 28 1,378 546 832 1.328 507 821

1 .. .. 1 10 10 9 .. .. 9
6 ...... 8 .. a M 76 (*) 76

1 5 -4 -4 57 -61 -19 52 -71
..... (*") (") 3 -3 3 -3
2 (*) 2 17 8 9 16 11 5
( *) .. .") 2 .... 2 1 .... 1

130 86 4 2,4W 813 1,819 2.713 572 2.142





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

This Month Current Fical Year to Date Prior Ftcal Year to Date
Ca lctio Gros Appcab OleO ys ross Applicable Gross Applcb le
Outlys Relpto Outlays Recelpts Outlays Receipts


Funds Appropfrated to the Predent:-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 ..................


$304

758
13

2


$304 -$801


$13
613


758
-1
-613
2


6,367
103

24


$192
6,600


-$801

6,367
-88
-6,600
24


6,481
19

(.")


$76
6,409


6,481
-57
-6,409
(")


2.242 770 1,472 15,944 8,452 7,492 16,355 7,747 8,608


4 ...... 4 62 ...... 62 62 ...... 62
40 ...... 40 337 ...... 337 324 ...... 324
21 21 175 ...... 175 160 ...... 160
32 ..... 32 232 ...... 232 223 ...... 223
5 ...... 5 38 ...... 38 36 ...... 36
3 ...... 3 30 ..... 30 30 ...... 30
9 ...... 9 60 ...... 60 53 ...... 53
211 ...... 211 594 ...... 594 952 .... 952
-35 .... 35 -21 .... 21 149 .... 149
18 3 15 493 120 374 482 129 353

2,484 725 1.759 24,738 3.958 20,780 19.107 4,470 14,637
21 ...... 21 122 ...... 122 97 ...... 97

144 114 29 1,422 1,639 -217 1,513 1.099 414
77 98 -21 1,281 1.282 -1 1,410 1.180 250


.... (") (") (" ) (".) (") (")
578 348 229 3,792 2,600 1.192 5.987 4,934 1,053
1,312 779 533 6,186 4.124 2,062 9,343 7,348 1,995
159 100 59 1.594 1.159 434 2,170 1,621 549
15 ...... 15 121 .. 121 100 ...... 100
25 ...... 25 229 229 211 ...... 211
715 ...... 715 1,655 1,280 375 8,330 6,230 2,100
4 (") 4 29 2 27 20 1 19

2,808 1,228 1,580 13.606 9,166 4,440 26,160 20,133 6,027


26 ..... 26 232 ...... 232 241 ...... 241
21 .... 21 169 ...... 169 145 ...... 145
6 ...... 6 45 ...... 45 46 ..... 46
27 .... 27 187 ...... 187 184 ...... 184

21 .... 21 287 .... 287 341 .... 341
8 3 5 121 28 93 120 24 97
27 ...... 27 233 .... 233 232 ...... 232

920 ...... 920 7,726 ..... 7,726 7,927 ...... 7,927
68 .... 68 545 ...... 545 539 .... 539
368 .... 368 2,872 ...... 2,872 2,744 ...... 2,744
142 .... 142 1,080 ... 1,080 1,027 ...... 1,027
31 31 200 ...... 200 178 ...... 178

1,530 ...... 1,530 12,423 ...... 12,423 12,416 ..... 12,416


9 .... .9 74 ...... 74 73 73
71 .... .71 847 ...... 847 694 ..... 694
21 ... 21 178 ...... 178 196 ...... 196
4 ... 4 24 .. 246 258 ...... 258
18 ...... 18 -49 ...... -49 78 ...... 78
8 ..... 8 66 ... 66 102 .... 102

131 .. 131 1,362 1,362 1,401 ... .1,401

13 2 11 108 20 87 79 6 74
... 35 -35 ...... 791 -791 ...... 713 -713
...... ..... ...... .. .... .... ...... (" ) .... (" )

7,654 2,209 5,444 58,337 17,004 41,333 65,962 27,734 38,229


Table continued on next page.






Table 5. Outlay of the U.S. Goverment, May 19W and Othwr Peroda (In mllkone)-Continued


ThIe Month


0~l -ceipt


Oufty


Cunwl wn Yrw

0mm LrLL
Oao Iloc


to Date

OuWPn


Prtor Focl Year to ODat

Gross 1AWecabt>
0~ mac*4"


Depn me or ce
General dminsro ............................
Buru of ..........
Cj-ixm e iru ii G ~ tb~ t 0 _A-
Economic and Slaol'caol Analyft
Economic Deeop ..stan ..............
Promanon 0f indutry Wd Comrorc .......
Science nd miAnoloW
Nmoeral Cosntic and Atmnoshec Adminieuation
Plrrn WdTIfl- w .......................
Noe B u Stndura ... ................
NeMonu T T N-nco and nformaon

A nTo -sceon -. -. I
ToWn-S nc &n- technology ..................

Propriry receipts om e pub ic .... ..
Mrtai--lhMriwftiM .........................



T- W- mm
Milary personnel:
Depafl r of Vi Army ..................... ...
DeMpWrtme of We Navy ... .. .. .
ODaomMnm of tVi Ar Fore ....................

ToWm- M p...onn...

Operaton and maintain
Dprt e Amy th
DNpWlent of te Nav ... ... ......
Dpwtmn of the Air Force .......................
Dolens agen ......... ................

Tol l- ru mnd maitenice

Prmocwmwnt
-epw-mew of 0ee Army ....... ....... ..

Departmwnw of th Ar Fo ......


TOM Proct nn ...... .... .. ..


pn agag fe A.. ..........................
O Btmnt of te Ny ....... ........ .
Dpartmern of the Air Force .. ............ ....
DenIa agancie .. ....... .. ... .

Tolmn-ree rch. dwvopment. t, and valuaton .

Mtary consrucon :
Departimwt of teo Army. .. ..
Deptaient of ie Na.vy .
Dopwrntm n of the Ak Force ...... .
Deftre avencies .... ---

Total.-Am tery coristructon................. 1 1.
T o us.-M~ my c. .. .o..

Famuly ..... ..... ....u... .. .
Revolng managenenr funds
Pubnac enprie fun
Intregoverrmnemr funds.
Department of me ANmy
Department at the Navy
FF Dreac Loan'
Oter ...... ... ... .......
Depatment f Air Force ......... .....
(Mat agencin .,...... ......
Other .
Poprietary r ple fom th pu..........
nheabudgeary rnsecuona .................... ..

TeW- Dpent of D ne-elry .. ... -. Y


57 17
22
6

20


$226
142
41
36
187


867 $169
142
41
36
167


$203
115
49
1
187


$196
115
49
1
187


80 2 78 819 11 807 6o 10 66
5 .. 5 2 ... 52 02 62
9 ... 9 77 77 74 ...74

3 .... 3 19 ... 19 24 .. 24

97 2 94 967 11 956 85 10 848

4 -4 ... 3 -38 .. .. 36 -34
(*) (") -74 ..... -74 .. -

163 13 151 1,50 100 1,403 1,444 10 1.335



2272 ..... 2.272 18,062 ..... 186,002 1,800 16,00
1,944 .... 1,944 15,62 .. 15,662 14,571 14,571
1.702 ...... 1702 13454 ..... 13454 12,64 .. 12.664

5.918 .... 5,918 47.167 .... 47,167 44,035 44,036


1.817 ..... 1,817 13,496 ..... 13,496 12,0 12.503
2,,156 .... 2.156 15,917 ...... 15.917 16.319 16.319
1.932 ...... 1.932 14,078 ...... 14.078 12.804 12,104
687 87 5.192 ... 5,192 4,80 4 809

6.592 ..... 6,592 48,602 ...... 48,2 46.436 4. 436


1,293 .... 1.29 9,990 .... 9,990 9.573 .. 9.573
2.342 ..... 2,342 17,97 ..... 17.967 16.664 16 664
3,133 .. 3.133 21,524 ... 21.524 18.00 18,00
8 ..... 86 61 .... 61 674 874

6.854 8,864 50,182 50.182 44,99 44,999


364 ...... 364 2,642 ..... 2,42 2.592 ...2.592
886 68 8.1 .. .. 6,1 5,16 ... 6.106
1,148 1,148 9,19 ...... 9,196 7,83 .. 7 33
27 527 3,18 .... 3.188 2.241 .2.241

2.914 ... 2,914 21,212 .. 21.212 17,831 17,831


12 126 9N6 99 714 714
117 117 873 873 827 827
136 136 1.064 1.064 926 926
S ..... 56 296 26 241 241

436 435 3.191 3 191 2,706 2.706

228 (*) 226 1,836 ("") 1,836 1,63 (') 1,63

(*) ("*) (*) 2 1 () 1 I (")

18O 1M 780 700 142 142

179 56 123 570 124 448 91 55 926
-62 82 603 .0 32 -32
124 ..124 527 527 511 511
100 100 1,078 1 078 730 739
28 26 2 232 202 30 163 187 -4
89 -8 368 -36 .. 493 49
-23 -23 28 2 204 .. 204

23.278 171 23.106 176,310 8M 175.614 160,394 737 11,.667


Tabhl on~inued e le E page.


CaOsemeaon







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

This Month Current Fcal Year to Date Prior Flial Year to Date
Classlflction Gros Appoileo Gross Applicable Gros Aplcable
Outays R Oueys Reeipts Ou Outays eceiptsOuy
oum JPC secureolt OR~y ~ep


Department of Defense-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-Department of Defense-Cvil ...............

Department 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 ..................

Total-Dpartment of Education ...................

Deparl.ent 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 reserve' ....................
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-Deprtment of Energy .....................


$11
73
100
19
8
. ...


$85
570
793
252
163


"$9
.oo...
SO


$66
680
783
238
184


$27


$45


211 9 201 1,864 27 1,836 1,970 45 1,925


..... ...... ...... 10.500 ...... 10,500 9,500 ...... 9,500
1,489 ...... 1,489 11,713 ...... 11,713 10,005 ...... 10,005
...... ...... -10.500 ...... -10,500 -9,500 ...... -9.500
6 () 6 54 () 54 27 (") 27
...... (") ( ) ......4 -4 ...... 4 -4

1,685 10 1,675 18,631 32 13,569 12,002 49 11,963



347 ...... 347 2,523 ...... 2.523 2,894 ...... 2,894
83 ...... 83 506 ...... 506 480 ...... 480
44 ...... 44 12 ...... 12 542 ...... 542
2 ...... 2 29 ...... 29 52 ...... 52

475 ...... 475 3.071 ...... 3,071 3.969 ...... 3,968


9 ...... 9 71 ...... 71 126 ...... 126

74 ...... 74 1,187 ...... 1,187 730 ...... 730
93 ...... 93 914 ...... 914 569 ...... 588
8 ...... 8 80 ...... 80 62 ...... 82
45 ...... 46 625 ...... 625 449 ...... 440

-3 19 -21 35 126 -91 72 224 -151
248 ...... 248 3,991 ...... 3,991 2,895 ...... 2.896
381 ...... 381 2,194 ...... 2.194 2.512 ...... 2,512
21 ...... 21 -23 ...... -23 301 ...... 301
13 ...... 13 79 ...... 79 135 ...... 135
-5 ...... -5 6 ..... 6 11 ......11

655 19 836 8,282 126 6.156 5,927 224 5.703

17 ...... 17 -23 ...... -23 74 ...... 74
6 ...... 6 168 ...... 188 188 ...... 188
...... 28 -26 ...... 49 -49 ...... 12 -12

1,383 46 1,337 12,375 178 12,200 12,03 238 11,85


837 ...... 837 4,999 ...... 4,999 4,718 ...... 4,715

48 ...... 48 449 ...... 449 458 ...... 45
158 ...... 158 1,407 ...... 1,407 1.453 ...... 1,453
106 ...... 106 773 ...... 773 1,119 ...... 1,119
24 ...... 24 226 ...... 226 226 ...... 226
14 ...... 14 106 ...... 10 93 ...... 93
43 ...... 43 320 ...... 320 293 ...... 2S3
11 ...... 11 431 ...... 431 1.212 ...... 1.212

...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... 171 ...... 171
..... ... 1. .. ...... 171
32 ...... 32 255 ...... 256 187 ...... 187
28 ...... 28 218 ...... 216 193 ...... 193

484 ...... 484 4,184 ...... 4.184 5,406 ...... 5,40

92 102 -9 815 797 18 802 1,048 -246
30 ...... 30 243 ...... 243 209 ...... 208
...... 217 -217 ...... 1,894 -1,894 ...... 1,944 -1.944
1 ...... 1 -36 ...... -36 (V*) ...... (")

1,224 318 905 10,205 2,692 7,514 11,134 2,92 8,142


Table continued on next page.






Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Govenment, May 9I and Other Periods (In mlUlons-Continued


Dprsm of HeatI h aw Humn SmiAces Except social
Security:
Public Hman Sorvw
Food nd Drug Aarnmanirabon
Hoat Resourcoe and Serve Administranon
PubWic enlerpnas .unds
HiaE resour-o and erv....ces
Indian heah and fa ...ies .... ...
FFB Lo A P rhas ..................
Cers tor Dse ..............se C........ontrol
NOnal IWneIute of Hoe

Heat. ng. nd blood research ............
Artvulr. dietes. d igesve and kidney disees .
Neurological and cofmmunmcav diordwe and strok
Afrgy and inhkbua diess .........
QGenerl mwdicfa ence....... ... ...,.
Chid hati and human devop nt ..........
Sreserch .....s.............
rch resource ........ ........
Ow .... -.. ........... ...........
ToW-Naonal Instute of H h ....

AlWhol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Haalth Adrnnistraton
Office of Aatant Secretary or Health ....
Tot-Puic Halt ....e.............
HaN Carn Fnenng Adminotraton
nt St or dcad .. ..............
Pymnt to health ca trust und ......
Program managemenI
Federal hospial aurance trusl ftnd
Benit peayenta. .
Administrative y pames and construction
intr on normalnz tax trawers...
TOM-FHI trust ....nd

Fderl supplementry medical In truth fund
Bani pyn ta ...... .
AdiTNtetrat expenae and construcon .........

Tota-FSMI trust fund ...-... ...... .

To h Care Financing Adminletraon ...
Social Scurity Admikntraon.
Psaymnet Io social security trust nds.........
Special benelta for dsabied coal miner .........
SupplAmantal ecurty income program .
Aetne payments program ..................
Child uppo orm t ...............
Lwr horme home nerrgy aseaitance .....
Refuge and entrant asatance
Payments to States fro receipts o child upporl .....

To -Social Security Adminitraon ...
Human Deeopment Services
ol services block grant .......
Human developmn ervi.,....
Femily ocial servc....
Work incentive
Community wvi.. .
Otar
Toti-Human Deveopment Serie ......

Department management
Propriatay recIpts from Im public ...............
ntrabudgtary tranaction
Payment lr heM inaurance tor the aged
Feder* hopral uance tru ....st fund .....
Federal supplementary medical insurance tru fund
Payments for tax and o0rw credits
Federal hopnal insurance truth fu.........nd

OThr H.f .i .
Toapt of ...................Health mn e.....

Table co.tinued on net pap.


$29 829


17
1.004
571


$2 26

17
.004
571
4 -4


1273


$2 $271

1 14
968
577
5 -4


35 ...... 36 2 27. 253 253

108 106 92 832 754 4.
76 76 51 6Sa 500 500
4 ... 4 30 ...... 333 3...3
36 36 20 ...... 2 27 237
31 ...31 254 .... 4 229 ....29
2 4. ..2 306 .. 306 29 293
29 ..... 29 216 215 19 1
56 .5. 6. 418 .. 418 38 388
29 ..... 29 202 ... 202 173 ..173
27 .... 27 42 ...42 2 .... 26

479 ....479 3.400 3,409 3,133 3,133

75 ...... 75 6 ...... 50 ..... 50
14 ...... 14 127 ...... 127 125 ... 12

662 (V) 882 8.438 6 6,8429 5995 8 596M

2,006 ...... 2.090 16.385 ... ,385 15. .... 15,062
1482 1. 12,249 12.249 13 175 .13175
13 .13 44 44 25 25

4,043 ..... 4,043 32.43 32.443 32407 32,407
3a ...... 43 ... 439 570 ... 570
S. .13 13

4,100 4,109 32,82 32 882 32,990 ...... 32.990


2.103 ...... 2,103 16.073 16,073 13,9683 13,983
75 .. .75 706 ..... 706 598 ......596
2.178 2,178 16.779 18.779 14,581 14.581
9.676 ..... 9,876 78.338 78,338 75,833 ... 75.833

114 .. .. 114 7.396 ...... 7395 2,9861 2,961
61 81 .... 680 896 .09
1,64 .... 164 7,5 ..... 7587 7103 ..... 7,103
783 713 8,263 8,283 5.905 5.805
55 56 468 458 30 .... 399
S 88 1825 1 825 1.844 1,844
31 ... 31 271 271 330 330
("*) .. (") (") ("* (") .(")
2,816 ... 2.81 24,49 .. 24,469 19,138 19.138

238 238 1 828 1 29 1.924 1,924
157 157 1,366 1,368 1 256 1.254
50 50 569 560 490 499
13 13 75 75 163 183
37 .. 37 238 238 263 263
S() (") (V") -1 1 1 1 (**)
496 () 496 4,070 1 4,060 4.105 1 4,106

20 20 132 132 158 158
S473 -473 3.3 3 136 3.702 -3 702



-1 47 .... 1 467 12,150 -12.150 12.006 -12008

-24 -24 -90 .-90 1.180 1,18
3 360 827 6827


12,181 474 12.117 100,816 3,843 9.973 7 1.226 1,711 57,516







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


Depalrment of Health and Human Services, Socall
Securttyl:
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 Transactions ......................

Tota-Department of Health and Human Sernes,
Social Secuty (off-budget) ....................

Department 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 Loans1 ...............................
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 Loans1 ...........................
Community Development Grants ....................
Urban development grants........................
Other .................. .......................

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

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

TotalDepartment of Housing and Urban Development.


$14.34 ...
102 ...


$14,634 $115,039 ...... $115,039 $109,347 ...... $100,347
102 1,082 ...... 1.062 1.061 ...... 1,061
. .. .. .. .. . .. .


...... 4.. ......
...... 54.144 ....


. ... .
542 1101 ....
144 311 ......


14.736 ...... 14,736 116,788 ...... 116.788 111,820 ...... 111,820


1,666 ...... 1,666 12,867 ...... 12,867 12,339 ...... 12,339
36 ...... 36 396 ...... 396 383 ...... 383


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

1.702 ...... 1.702 13.277 ...... 13,277 12.752 ...... 12.752

. (" ) ( ) .... (" ) (-.) (.-) (V )
-114 ...... -114 -7,557 ...... -7,557 -3,234 ...... -3,234


18,324 (-") 18,324 122,508 (") 122,506 121,338 (") 121,338




-919 -$651 -268 854 $1,986 -1,133 2,001 $2,507 -505
45 40 5 822 306 516 768 290 478
2 6 -4 38 40 -1 42 38 4
5 ...... 5 32 ...... 32 -134 ...... -134
18 ...... 18 178 ...... 178 182 ...... 182
48 ...... 48 410 ...... 410 415 ...... 415
249 ...... 249 1.545 ...... 1,545 1,838 ...... 1.638
...... ...... ... ...... .. 4 ...... 4
558 ...... 558 5,002 ...... 5,002 4.714 ...... 4,714
8 ...... 8 35 ...... 35 4 ...... 4

14 -605 619 8.915 2,332 6,583 9,633 2.834 8,799


-45 2 -48 633 67 566 12.162 348 11,814
119 .... 119 806 ... .806 751 ... 751
...... ...... ...... 35 -35 ...... 32 -32

74 2 72 1.439 102 1,337 12,913 381 12.533


15 817 -602 250 985 -735 480 862 -382
1 37 -36 16 205 -189 18 172 -154
-50 ...... -50 -82 ...... -82 -92 ...... -92

-34 654 -688 184 1,190 -1,006 406 1,034 -828


10 10 () 72 85 -13 79 94 -15
15 (") 15 59 47 12 60 6 54
238 ...... 236 2.257 ...... 2,257 2,577 ...... 2.577
31 ...... 31 320 ...... 320 332 ...... 332
7 ...... 7 52 ...... 52 10 ...... 10

301 10 292 2,760 132 2.628 3,057 100 2.958

21 ...... 21 203 ...... 203 200 ...... 200
4 ...... 4 40 ...... 40 33 ...... 33

380 61 319 13,540 3,755 9,784 26,243 4,348 21,864


Table continued on next page.


...





Table 5. Outlay of the U.S. Government, May 1966 and Other Pedods (In millions)


Land ind ~ er management
Bureau of Land Managenant



1011 amssance
Psymm u o a a ................... ....
Payment 1 SW nd oounua tor ( pur,,oaa

Otha .......... ...............

Office of Surfaoc Mning Recamaton and Enlorcamnt

TomL n ad mineral n w ..........

Woer and wince:
Burau of sdnuamaon
Conorucon pro ................. ........
OperW- n maintenlan ... .. ... ....







Unf Sate Finh nd W"Ud Serwce .........
NPI Oa Park ... .. ...... ..... ...

Tal--Fi and wdle md paru ....... .. ...

f ureau a Ik n Aftws:
OpWnlon of indan pr ogram ..................
Construc on ............. ...... .... .....
K wA trMial .
OI ir .. .. ... .. ... ........

ToW- B of Indian Affain ...................

Twrrioriel and ini iMmoni Affairs
FFB ODant ..............
O"her .

Proprimtay receipts from th pubic
p from oil m gas lamm ntonal parole um
-r i rvI In Alaska .. ..

Intrbudgtay transacone ......................



TrWnDem nP t C o ...............
n me of Justinam e:
General admintegratinn
Unit a ... .. .. .......... .... ......

Intragnicy law nerament ................
Federal urau of Irwsatuion .......
Drug Entorcment Admmintration
mr on and Naturazaon Srwvice ...............

Olfice of Juatca Programs ..,....





Employment and Training Adminitration
Program admntranon.... .... ........ ........
Training and mploymni v .................
Community serve empoyme ntor oklr Americaw .
Federal unmpwoymn benfta and owancw .......
Stalt unempiioymnt Insurance and employment
eriace opan ....
Advwanc to the unemploymnt truth fund and other
ud ........ .
Other ........... .... ....


33 1274
(") (**)


$274 2a
(.) 2


$280
2


117 .... 17 w 99 1. 1.0061



52 $2 50 540 *62 476 430 61 379
11 ...... 11 97 97 92 .92
13 ..... 13 .. 95 8 .
37 ...... 37 26M 286 291 .. 291
12 2 10 101 19 81 114 15 99

124 5 120 1.118 81 1.037 1,024 76 948


61 ..... 61 386 .... 39 32 32
72 .....72 03 .... 803 094 6M4

133 .. 133 907 ... 997 1,0 .. 1,096


70 ...... 70 810 ...... 610 0 ..... lo0
12 ..... 12 74 ..... 74 84 ..64
25 ...... 25 202 202 226 228
4 (") 4 39 8 33 42 8 36

111 (**) 110 925 6 919 1,014 6 1.007


S ...... .. 1 -1 .. ... 1 -1
8 ...... 8 132 132 129 129
4 4 74 ... 74 3 .... 83


. 1 -1 ( ) (") .. 3 -3
10 -109 .... 1179 -1.179 .... 122 --1,226
("V) ...... () -7 ..... -7 -30 -30

487 118 35 4,232 1,2 2,96 4,347 1,312 3,03


-12 ..... -12 0o ..... 0 54 54
1 1 6 ... 6 6 6
64 ..... 64 507 ..07 521 521
(") .. ... (") 7 7 61 81
e4 ...... 4 78 ... .. 0 9 .. ...
36 ..... 36 225 22 1 21 21
48 ...... 4 .. a382 3 36 3
63 3 50 433 22 412 375 '17 36
12 (") 12 104 (") 104 99 99


27 3 204 2.111 22 2,463 2.31 17 2,344



S 42 42 41 41
30 .. 30 22.056 2,058 1.852 1.82
26 25 21 210 210 215 215
24 ..24 -11 -11 3 3

1 1 21 21 1 1

2 2 116 116 1.201 1,261
("V) (.) -2 -2 -13 ...... -13


Table co d on ne pge..






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

This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Prior Flscal Yar to Date
Classifcetion
COsific AppalMob AppOlcabUle o ro Applic(Ob
Ouay Roatps ou" Ousays Receipts Ou tly Receipts


Department of Labo-Contnued
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 Admlnistration....

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 Transportaton:
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 .........................................


$1,294
220
7
8
2


$1,294
220
7
8
2


$11,022
1,595
91
80
8
582


$11,022
1,595
91
80
8
582


$11,454
1,605
77
75
5
940


$11,454
1,605
77
75
5
940


146 131
11 18


. . . .

1,545 ...... 1,545 13.536 .. 13,536 14,308 ...... 14,308

1,908 ...... 1,906 15969 ...... 15969 17,669 ...... 17,669

5 .. ... 5 37 ...... 37 38 ...... 36
18 $103 -84 150 $260 -110 124 $114 10

17 ...... 17 123 ...... 123 120 ...... 120
86 ...... 86 -3 ...... -3 -186 ...... -186
55 ...... 55 399 .... 399 412 ...... 412
6 ...... 6 44 ...... 44 39 ...... 39
19 ...... 19 142 ...... 142 136 ...... 138
11 ...... 11 99 ...... 99 102 ...... 102
-9 ...... -9 81 ...... 81 93 ...... 93
14 ...... 14 87 ...... 87 87 ...... 87
(") (") ...... 1 -1 ...... 1 -1
-6 ...... -B -792 ...... -792 -2,323 ...... -2,323

2,120 103 2,016 16,335 261 16,074 16,311 115 16,196



123 ...... 123 888 ...... 886 726 ...... 726

17 ...... 17 157 ...... 157 166 ...... 160
(I) ...... (") 118 ...... 116 107 ...... 107
2 ...... 2 160 .. ... 160 113 .... 113
3 ...... 3 15 .... 15 15 ...... 15

144 ...... 144 1,338 ...... 1,338 1,129 ...... 1,129

13 ...... 13 449 ...... 449 477 ...... 477
1 ...... 1 19 ...... 19 18 ...... 16
22 ...... 22 241 ...... 241 269 ...... 200
5 ...... 5 36 ...... 36 35 ...... 35
2 ..... 2 33 ...... 33 36 ...... 36
...... ...... ...... ...... 3 -3 (" ) (" )
( ) ...... ( ) -163 ...... -163 -149 ...... -149

186 ...... 16 1.954 3 1,952 1,814 (") 1.613




934 ...... 934 8,169 ...... 8,169 7,305 ...... 7.305
4 ...... 4 27 1 26 2 ... 2
13 ...... 13 127 ...... 127 204 ...... 204

951 ..... 951 8.322 1 6,321 7,511 ...... 7,511


5 ..... 5 39 ..... 39 46 ...... 46
13 ...... 13 104 .... 104 85 ...... 85
(" ) ...... (" ) -2 ...... -2 1 ...... 1


Table continued on next page.





Table 5. Outtays of th U.S. Government, May 196 and Other Pwiod (In milliona)-Continud


Tht Monlt


OuBy RIc imts


CurrGit ca Yew to Dmte

0~A~ 0~OLR


Prior Flcal YVor to DOte
,------ O
Groms ,Applcabte I
OuMlaye Rece4pta Ouyai


Deprmnt eof Trortoeon:--Corntnured

PF bc nlwprl fto.. .. .................. ..
Fed, Rawsd Adnqt .......n
MortheM corrlo ..mprovWmnt roa.......
Grnt to Nabonal Raidroad Pasmngsr Corporauon
FFS Direct L.. .....


.- .R..... .. .--
Totl-Fdral Railroad Adninwrfaon

Urban Ma Transportbon Adminttraton

Fmon r .......
o y qm ..... .......... .......
FedIwr Avwt on Adr T r ton
Operw' ons .. ........ .......
OCle

dO.l. ... ,. ..... .

RI-ch,. wOnsgMfng id dvprW ....
Op-,rro ........... ... ......... ... .

ToWApon d iwy tund.......

Tom -Frft, Avton Adinton.........

Co Guard
Opilratng p .. ..... ... ... ....
AcqumiXon. onAr an improve ......
Ratwd pay
0 T r . .

Tta w-Col m Guawd:

MrMtne Adntratraon-
PublWc mOlmi fw ...............
-OpeFtneret sube dise
08w
Oth r .............
Proprrtary rncaie bom tra public .... .......
Intrbudgery t n ................. ...

Total--Dptc.wMn of TrmWporWon ........

Depwrtntm of w Tresury:
Depmaonnt omc .m ...... .... ..
Office of Renus Sharing
t f nd xptene ....... .. ........
General sharing
Fdram Law Entorcwmn Truj ning Citw ...
Fmmnane Mamn wnt Swrvso
Sahlres aId expenses
C udgment. and re ac.............
Energy Macurity rmv ..
Othr .........

Totw-Financia Ma iagerment Service

FeralU Fnancing Bank '
Oregon Veternm Housing ......
Other .......
bursu of Aicoohl, Tobacco and Firams ....
United Sta Cuo Svic................
Bureau of Engraing and Printing
United Stee Mint .....
bureau of th Pubc D..... .


a2 $14

525
107 -107
70


h?5 $8
102
573
10 7
74


13 17 -4 480 100 571 788 35 750


219 219 1,033 ...1 033 7 79
4 ... 49 473 ...473 3 .0 350
82 82 81 06M 1,002 1002

196 196 1,417 1,417 1 265 265
3 (*) 3 28 () 26 35 (") 35

a8 .a 572 572 513 5. 13
4 ..... 4 481 ....481 270 270
25 25 184 184 19 10.
(" ) ... (") 420 .... 420 53 563

157 ...... 17 1.66 1 1 515 ..1.515

356 () 366 3,103 (') 3.103 2.814 (") 2.814


134 ...... 134 1,118 1,11 1,127 1,127
37 .... 37 27 27 303 .303
29 ..... 20 227 227 194 194
26 (") 25 93 3 91 79 3 76

228 (") 226 1.714 3 1,711 1,702 3 1 699


244 22 223 1.179 181 99 26 163 102
1 ..... 18 193 ... 193 236 238
7 ....7 65 56 61 .... 81
12 1 11 118 9 109 114 7 108
.. -6 .... 43 -43 42 -42
-1 ...... -1 -5 ... -5 -55 .. -55

2,164 48 2,148 17,40, 345 17,324 1i,737 28 15.488


7 7 -437 .... -437 -275 .275

("*) ("*) 5 5 6. S 5
(") ...... (") 3,361 ...,. 3.381 3 450 ...... 3.450
2 ...... 2 10 .. ... 10 11 .. 11

20 20 1 1 ..... 161 1 .... 1
29 .. 2 199 .. 19 22 .... 226
2 2 23 .. 23 2 ... 28
("*) (") 11 ..... 40 40

61 .... 996 995. 480 .. 480


.6. s0 -0 60 .... 0
-1.303 -1,20 -43 7,888 8,424 57 13,838 14.060 -212
15 ..15 111 111 112 .112
88 ... 522 522 50 505
-8 -6 -18 -16 -23 -23
3 3 67 67 67 57
20 20 134 134 12 128


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


Department of the Treaury:-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 Loans' ............ ............
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 Loans' ............ ..............
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.


$56
822
924
721
1,295
1,254
131
2


(".)


Si


$56
822
924
721
1.295
1,254
131
(*")


$2


659 ( ") 659 5,204 1 5,203 4,498 2 4,496

19 ...... 19 182 ...... 182 199 .. 199
14 $1 13 144 119 25 113 94 19

13,186 .... 13,188 104,255 ...... 104,255 97,983 ...... 97.983
1,589 ...... 1.589 15,831 ... 15,831 16,432 ...... 16,432

14,776 ...... 14,776 120,066 ...... 120,086 114,415 ... 114,415

..... 271 -271 ..... 1,832 -1,832 ..... 2,310 -2,310
..... ... -158 .... -158 -341 ...... -341
-1,660 ..... -1,660 -11,904 ...... -11904 -13,486 ...... -13,486

12,63 -988 13,651 126,193 10,437 115,756 123,725 16,456 107,270

15 ...... 15 411 ...... 411 411 ... 411
16 ...... 16 127 ... 127 102 ...... 102
45 ... 45 297 ...... 297 283 ...... 283
216 ...... 216 2,056 ...... 2,056 1,918 .... .1,918
25 .... 25 307 ...... 307 242 ...... 242
1 (*) 1 153 (") 153 47 ("*) 47
...... 3 -3 .... .13 -13 ...... 4 -4
...... .. .. .... -150 ... .. -150 -44 .. -44

317 3 315 3,202 14 3,168 2,960 5 2,955


(*) (") 3 -3 ...... 3 -3
155 ...... 155 -82 ..... -82 -378 .... -378
31 ... 31 275 275 129 ...... 129
14 ... 14 -40 ... -40 -6 .... -6
-5 .... -5 -122 ...... -122 -29 ...... -29
10 .10 88 ...... 68 100 ( ) 100
3 -3 ...... 45 -45 ...... 48 -48
..... 3 -3 ..... -63 63 ... -92 92

205 6 200 120 -15 136 -164 -40 -143


250 .... 250 1,714 ... 1,714 1,375 ...... 1,375

.. ........ .. ... 67 -67
236 .... 236 2,379 .... 379 2705 ..... 2,705
13 .... .13 129 129 110 ...... 110
114 ..... 114 903 903 873 873
("- ) (" ) ("- ) ...... (" ) ...... .......


614 ...... 614 5,125 ...... 5,125 5,063 67 4,996

-23 .... -23 73 ...... 73 116 ...... 116

1 .... 1 737 ...... 737 975 .. 975
1 .. 1 1 1
2,041 2,041 15,907 ..... 15.907 15,236 .. 15,236
620 631 -11 4,724 5.432 -707 4,339 4,583 -244
90 280 -190 621 1,187 -566 588 1.104 -515
1 1 ( ") 8 8 (*) 6 10 -4
-5 .-5 -9 ..... -9 5 5


.. -1 -1 -3 -3
-3 .... -3 -22 ...... -22 -23 .. -23

2,721 912 1,809 22,038 6,626 15,412 21,242 5,697 15,545






Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, May 19e and Other Period (In mllona)-Contlnued


Thft Mont

aMnra AVO-^oble
0~ PaGpts


Oul


Cumtrl Fcnal Ywr

or~o ADDIOablN
Oul RCple


a- I


Oil"y


Prtor Fcal Yewr o Dete

0ree lnrt^'1 Outne
Ou~neye R'leuepu' y
IIL


aA suiese An~*nelsraon.
Public enterprise fund
Business koan and investment fund
Disaster loan fund

Sales and expenses ... .
FFS Direct Loan' ....
FFB Asset Purchase' ... ...... ......



Vterane Admi bnistrati.on:
Voil wask AliewMitDlon:
Publc enterprise funds
Loan guaranty revolving und.... ........
Direct loan revolving fund ..

Reedustmnt benefits
Coensaltiorn enons ..............
Rappo ect. ...............
Medical care
Medical and prosthetic research ... .......
General operating expenses
Coovructn projects
Polt-Vitnam era veterans education account
insurance funds
Nab uonal service ...... ..................
United States government lfe ..................
Veterans special life

Proprntary receipt from the public
NaDona servi Ir fe
United States government life .

ntudgeary tranactons .................




Action
Boara for international Broadcasting .......
Consumer Product Safety Commission........
Corporation for Public Broadcasting
Ditnct of Columbia
Federal paym nt .. ....... .
Proprietary receipts from the public ......... .....
Equal Employment Opporunrty Commission .... .
Expot-Irmpon Bank of the Unted State ..........
Federal Communcaton Commission....
Federal Deposit insurance Corporation .
Federal Emergency Management Agency
Pu lic enterprise funds ...................
Slare and expenses .......... ...
Emergency management and planning assistance
Emergency food distribution and shelter program


Public enterpise funds
Federal Home Loan Bank Board revolving fund
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corp fund

Federal Trade Comml ...... ........on
Inlragovernmental agencies
Was-ington Metropolitan Area Tranest Authority
Appalachian Regional Commisson

Interltte Commnerc Commissio ............
Legal Servces Corporaton ..
Mert Systems Protectkon Board
NtonaJ Archves and Rcord Admintration .
National Credil Union Adminisitration
Central liqudrty facility .
Other .. .


5294
38
3
21
20

(')


579 $215
52 -14
1 2
21
34 -13
(**) (')
(..)


5801 le18
376 529
21 9
192
228 97
4
2


$184
-153
12
192
132
-4
2


$642
421
21
178
341

(" )


587
10

74
5
!**


377 165 212 1,21 1,257 364 1,102 1.242 380


129 80 50 1,193 1,008 184 1,066 937 149
1 5 -4 1S 30 -23 17 43 26
34 31 3 324 283 40 281 291 10
2,33 2,363 10 751 10.751 10,602 10,802
161 181 785 .... 785 93 983
735 735 5,998 5.996 5675 5 675
14 14 122 ... 122 150 .150
36 .... 35 514 ..514 506 506
42 42 357 357 342 342
31 .31 173 173 132 ... 132

89 703 703 .... 649
4 4 30 30 31 31
6 4 1 50 81 -31 47 77 -30
-10 ... -10 75 75 78 .. 78

36 3 ... 297 -297 ...282 282
(**) (**) (*) ( ( ) .. )
.25 -25 205 -206 130 -130
-3 .. -3 -102 -.. 102 -67 67

3,630 11 3,44 20,966 1,913 19.072 20,512 1.759 18,754


201 -201
12
368 -299
6
353 316

22 4
9
25
14


527

110
1,740
82
4,234

367
79
188
l66
56


5 3 1 29
318 121 197 1,575


.527
564 -564
S110
2528 -788
62
3,.96 269

187 200
79
155


28
1.8904


4 40


1
-120


519

107
2.264
63
2615

175
99
250
70
("*)


63
2.509


519
107 107
107
2676 411
63
3 650 -1 035

224 49
99
259
70
(* *)


63
1 273


(**)
1,236


40 41


30
96
1 2
31
207
16
63


33 -25
2 4


45
125
1 (")
35
199
15
) 64


870 920
61 801


Table continued on next page.


CianMlcton






Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Govemment, May 1988 and Other Periods (In mllllons)-Contlnued

This Month Current Fel YVe to 0Dte Prior Fiscal Yw to Dat


Outi Rmeclpis Outews Rel Wpsyb Outt l Recptls
1 0~ P A a 0 1 111006111019 *" 1 0010118 *ft


Independent agencle:-Continued
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 ..................
NuclearRegulatory 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' ...............................
Other ......................................
United States Information Agency .....................
United States Railway Association ....................
United States Synthetic Fuel Corp ...................
Other Independent agencies .........................

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

Undletribute offsetting receipts:
Other interest ....................................
Employer share, employee 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.


$104
82
15
89
960
14
283
268


...o..o


....,..
,. .. ,
,. ,,,o
.


.o.,...

....,+

$2,,2


$104
82
15
89
980
14
283
-24


$101
88
15
89
790
15
312
270


$278.
.. ..
...,,


......


$101
88
15

790
16
$12
-6


2,439 2,568 3-129 20,718 22,209 -1,491 19,651 20,693 -1,042
...... ...... ...... 540 ...... 540 830 ...... 830


28


28


320 2,501
181 1,445

-59 -467


-4
80
4
6
(**)


-4
80
4
6

.o....


-36
468
35
33
(**)


255 268
49 -2
4 (**)

2,501 2,385
1,445 1,474


2,385
1,474


-467


-36
468
35
33
(**)


(**)
-1

29
7


(**)
-1
(**.)
29
7


...... ..... ...... ..... .... ...... 5 ...... -5
...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... .......


-25


5"R6


-25


A4 R9


A49R9


...... ...
A4I58


7 ...... 7 80 ...... 80 69 ...... 6
17 ...... 17 144 ...... 144 146 ...... 148

3,345 3,332 13 3,463 3,347 116 130 96 34
503 437 66 3,704 3,266 438 3,745 3,169 578
54 (**) 54 507 (**) 507 423 (**) 423
(**) ...... (*) 2 ...... 2 28 4 24
...... .. .. 25 25 ...... 25 28 .....
27 3 24 320 33 287 301 16 285

8,421 7,482 939 45,534 38,588 6,947 41,711 33,997 7,715


...... 4 -4 ...... 1,071 -1,071 ...... (*) (**)



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

(**) ...... (**) -2 ...... -2 -2 ...... -2

-14 ...... -14 -91 ...... -91 ...... ...... .......

-1,518 ...... -1,518 -11,852 ...... -11,852 -11,023 ...... -11,023


-222 ...... -222 -1,681 ...... -1,681 -1,472 ...... -1,472

-21 ...... -21 -161 ...... -161 -142 ...... -142
-142 ...... -142 -1,037 ...... -1,037 -940 ...... -940

-3 ...... -3 -27 ...... -27 -26 ...... -26

-455 ...... -455 -3,322 ...... -3,322 -3,154 ...... -3,154

-2,375 ...... -2,375 -18,173 ...... -18,173 -16,758 ...... -16,758


4 1 il


.:. .


.. .. :






Tabo 5. Outlays of th U.S. Government, May 1IM and Oter Perods (In mllilon )-Continued


Thit Month

lmm I- r"ospQ
0~ -a


Curent Flecal Yer to Def

ro"u. I. b oI
paceIft


Prior ecal YVar to Deme


Ou~1y f toipts =
Gomnv ... n.


Undhob" -O*itIt room", -Cone wmdu
1 e reoemed by trust fundI
The Judicury
Judtci surAtvrs annuity fund ............
Departrmnt of Defne-CMi
Educiamon benefts fund
-Miltary retirement fund
Soldrs' and Akmw's Home permanent fd ......
Corp@ of Engineers .... .......
Depfrment of Helth nd Huww Services.
Federal oidge end survivorss insurance trut fund
(OFF-BUDGET) .....
Ferl dembitry ineurnce trust fund
(OFF-BUDGET)
Feodwl rhop;t uranc~ trt fund .......
Federal maptmentry medical iwurance tt fund
DepOrU~m of Labor
Unewmpoymnt trust fund ..... .......
Department of State
Forsgn Sevice rermnt and dibly fun .......
Depmtnent of Trnuwportatio
irpr d fund .................
mighty true fund .. ..... ........... ...
EnvWonment Protetion Agency
Pol-closure abUy trusl fund ................
Office of Personnl Mnagement fund:





Ralrod Reorement Board
Rlroad rSeore mant sant..... ..........
Other .....-........... ...................



Lknralzed Discount on ue fund Weetmen .
Ai Mnd royaw l on te Outer Continenta ShW lands. .

Tol-UnJ riutM d offettiig re lpt d...........

T oW tl m y ..................................

TOW OhwAid t ........... ........ ....

TOWI u DO unt O.................. .............

Totld aurpku (+) or Dlsi(-) ..................

TOGW Ornwudge................................

Total On-.udget ..................... ....


-52

-2
-921


-$2

-2
-921


-134

-2
-2


-134


-2


--7
-9
-16


-2,003

-274
-1,156
-624

-6 5

-134

-409
-649

-2

-7,340

-10
-481


-2.003

-274
-1,150
24

85

-134

-409
-648

-2

- 7,340

-10
-401


- 1.88

-274
-go
- 57B9

-Gae

- 11

-360
-592

-1

-6.357

-11
-430


- 1,83

-274
-96M
579





-350
-502

-1

- ,367

-11
-439


-44 ...... -44 -371 ...... -371 -55 -56
-4 .... -4 -32 .. -32 -30 -30

-1194 ...... -1,194 3 770 -13.770 -13.274 -13.274

-3 -3 6 6 -13 -13
..... $62 2 .. 3.747 -3.747 .. 3.265 -3.266

- ,572 M 3,63 -31,937 4.815 3,7M -30.045 3.32 -33,310

97,804 12.1 IU.642 752,673 102,306 M0,26 747,128 111,83M 632M

11,777 12,106 0",11 644,264 102.306 541,979 2 .247 111.6M 517,711

1.I31 (") 16,031 11l,30 (") 118.3 117,61 (") 117.1

3- -39,3 166,110 100.13

39.07 10,470 11,10

+211 *14.,0 1,174


MEMORANDUM

Reoet offet 6gin outlays (in miHlons)

Current
Fical Yew
to afe


$23,466
156
79610

103,434


Comparable Perod
Prior Focal Yew

621,.40
341
77.431

99.321


'n amodmmnce wIn Bl cld Budgl Md Enrmgc D~a CM Amo 1 6 (Puiic L. t 177) I or oll-tudgr enOm pM n now rnrd o%-budg- The Fdmrm Cnwn inag R
(FF") ac*rM m n iro wna mo o uwndwer agenc 0 M I "I me FF ID gioe We pmrog Putkc La W 177 hM bao moved mo WiO mu cMty twMar M a (Ftd I~erl
urvvorl iWurWW Wd rs Ia d l *ambm Wa m truerit) aftmudgMe
4,ckate RCA Wnd SECA tU ame noWortLry miAry Irsto el spec il bw tr tx Oh aged mnd crook orkw u-oomm OA1 benmrg ch s
*The Po SONw mur rep miOWN r Wpon"g or ,u ala oIn dIr aot Mepy Is 1 pTrmy emen The m xube inctud & P18 millon Ptr po"l mowy o rdos MeUd 0e01h M 10
nd 31 ad rO bn VW Pi Sv~ omomm poieg rFmu
%nisudm en m A snA prow *pI
No ee M.f noa O to to ue mt unOnl
Smoure: Fiat M11 agri SBnr. 0emrvm of Oe Temouy


Cleaw ton


Proprietary reclpts .............
Receipts from oflbudget FOdral v tie
Intrabudgetary transaction .

ToW receipts offset ~ ginl outys


--


o0~





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

Net Tranacton Account
Assets and Lblt (-) denotes net reduction of Cthert Fal Ye
Directly Related to IaIty or M t account
Budget and Off-budget Activity
Flical Year to Date Beginning ofe
This Month This month
This Yer Prior Year This Year This 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 cash1:
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 .................................
Receivable/payable (-) 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 Ilbilities (+) or assets (-) ..........................

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

Total financing
[Financing of deficit (+) or disposition of surplus (-)] ...........


$23,078 $194,077


$181,669 $1,823,103 $1,994,102 $2,017,181


......... 14.169 ......... (") 14,169 14.169

23,078 208,246 181,669 1.823,103 2,008,271 2,031,350


1 -82 -87 4,366 4,285 4,284

23,078 208,164 181,582 1,827,470 2,012,556 2,035,634


5,118 48,365 42,223 317,612 360,860 365,978

17,960 159,799 139,359 1,509.857 1,651,696 1,669,656

8,031 1,284 -6,987 26,709 33.456 25,425
-161 410 -30 5,191 5,762 5,601
193 -3,901 1,535 14,385 10,291 10,484
6,029 11,431 5,908 11,639 -109,374 -142,741

15,990 166,454 139,785 1,567,780 1,591,830 1,568,424



8,467 -1,091 -6,581 4,174 11,550 3,083
-13,141 -3,161 -12,708 12,886 22,867 9,725
-21,608 -4.252 -19,289 17,060 34,416 12,808


-33 1,219 609 6,847 8,099 8,086
-100 -200 ......... -4,618 -4,718 -4,818
-133 1,019 609 2,229 3,381 3,248


...... .... .. .. 19,699 19,699 19,699
-588 1,501 -108 -717 1,372 784
-69 -620 -77 -7,946 -8,497 -8,566
-2 -4 19 -51 -53 -55
282 -889 40 -543 -1,515 -1,232

-377 188 -126 10,442 11,006 10,629

-88 -100 -118 1,236 1,225 1,136
-568 1,081 892 8,872 10,521 9,953

-22,774 -2,064 -18,032 39,839 60,549 37,775

-599 2,998 -2,430 15,365 18,963 18,363

-23,374 934 -20,461 55,204 79,512 56,138

39,363 165,520 +160,247 +1,512,576 +1,512,319 +1,512,286

32 290 382 ......... 258 290


39,396 165,810 + 160,629 + 1,512,576 +1,512,576 + 1,512,576


'Major sources of information used to determine Treasury's operating cash include the Dally 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.
(*)Less 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 Excess of Labilities of the U.S. Government, May 1986 and
Other Periods (In mllllons)

Fisal Yer to Daef
Cleastifcfon Tht Month i
This Yew Prtor Ye


Exaes of MeNlbUe beglm ing of period:
Based on composi on of unified budget in preceding penrod
Adiuelments during current fical year for change in
oompVolon of unrifed budget
Excess of maldiltes beginning of penod (Current bmsi)

BudM surplus ( ) or defct
Based on composia*o of unified budget in por fcal year
Changes in composition of unified budget

Total our)plu (-) or efcit (Table 2)'

Totai-o-budge (Tabe 2)
TOW-Of-budget (Table 2)

TransUcton not applied to current year s surplus or defied

Increment on gold
Procee from currency
Profm on ale of gold
Net gon (- fos for IMF loan valuation adjustment

Total-transactions not applied to current year's
surplus or defti

Excess of MblitJe close of ped ........


S1 638 733 51 512578 51 301 228


1 838.733 1 512 578 1 301 228

39396 165810 10 629


39.398 16 810 160 629

39.807 180470 165.803

-211 14660 -5 174


32 -290 382






-32 -290 -382

S. 1.167.01o 1.718,061 1.411.475


'In accordaine w" the Balane Budge and Emergency Delit Control Act of 1980 (Pulic Law IT7) a former o fudge en es We now prsetd on rge Thr Feaeral Fi.nncng Bank
(FFB) aee ae now howin a SPWUa acWc un-der "w endee thae u e the FF c Po to Pu Law 1 h moved two socil scurnT trus tundF iFoeral oi oag
&-tWo bMurance nd Fdra deaDoiry irwurance tru under) off-iudge

(")LA th 8600,000
Nose Dt e maey fo add to toUA tecaue of rounding
Source Firtrcitl Managennt Service. Department of the Treaswury






Table 6. Schedule B-Securitles Issued by Federal Agencies Under Special Financing Authorities, May 1986 and
Other Period (In millions)

Net Transetions
(-) denotes t reduction of Aount ns
liability accounts Curt ic Y
claselfiatson
Ts ca Yew to Date Beginning of
Thi Ionth ClON 0
Thie monb
This Yew Prior Yea This Yew This Month T I

Agency secuitise, Isued under special financing authorities:
Obligations of the United States, issued by:
Export-Import Bank......................................... (*) -$2 -$18 $9 $7 s$
Obligations guaranteed by the United States, Issued by:
Department of Defense:
Family housing mortgagee ................................. -$4 -30 -51 82 56 52
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Federal Housing Administration ............................. 3 1 -18 117 114 118
Department of the Interior:
Bureau of Land Management................................ -1 -2 (*) 17 18 15
Department of Transportation:
Coast Guard:
Family housing mortgages .................... .......... .... .. .... ......... (*) (*) (**)
Obligations not guaranteed by the United States, Issued by:
Department of Defense:
Homeowners assistance mortgages........................... 1 2 ......... 1 3 3
Department of Housing and Urban Deelopment:
Government National Mortgage Association .................... ................. ......... 2,185 2,165 2.185
Independent agencies:
Postal Service ........................................... ......... ......... ......... 250 250 250
Tennessee Valley Authority ................................. ......... -50 ......... 1,725 1,675 1675

Total agency security ................................. -1 -82 -87 4,368 4,288 4,284

....No traw tons.
(*)Ls than $500,000.
Note: Detahe may not add to totals because of rounding.
Source: Financial Management Service, Department of the Treasury.






Table 6. Schedule C (Mmorandum)-Federal Agency Borrowing Finnced Through the laue of Public Debt SecuritUs,
Ma 18 and Other Perods (In million)


rowing from he Treury:
Commodiy Credit Corportion ..
Commere Fihing Veeess. NOAA ... ....
Exporn-impon Bank of Unied S ...... .....
Fedra Emergency Mangement Agency
Naonal Iuran Devopmen Fund ....... .......
Federal Financing Bank
Fedrl Housing Adminitration
General insurance
Special risk Irsurance
General SerYvo Admintrhon
Pewwnnsylan Avenue D0voomnent Corpoation ...
Rural Co munc on D velo e t .........................
Rural Elecificatlon Administration
Rural Telephone Bank
Secrecy of Agrculture Farnwa Home AdmInistraion
Rural housing insurance fund
Agricultural credt insurance fund
Rural devetopmem irance fund .......
Federal Crop Ins. Corp.
Secretary of Education
College housing loans .
Secret of Enrgy
Atemrnave Fuel Production DOE ...........
Bonnewv Power Admin atio .. ..... ...... .. ....
Secretary of Houing and Urban Deveopment.
Housing for ti idrk y or andiapp ..... .. .....
'Low-FRni Pubic housing
Urban renewal fund
Secretary of te Intestor
Bureau of Min, elum ...... ..... ..........
Railroad r ment account .. ..
Raroad rer n socl security equivalent f ....nd......
Sectry of Trasportation
Aircraft purche loan guaranty program ........ ...........
Feders ship revoig und
Rail Pasenger Service Act.. .. ..
Railroad in ind imov en........................
Rail seryvto assiance...
Regional Ral Reorganization ....... .. ... .......
Smr*eonimn Inmutuon
JOhn F Kenndy Center parking rfciliti.
Tennessee Valley Autorty .......
Veteran Adminiraon
Vmr direct lo program

TotalW gecy borowkg fem the Tremary
Fined through of Pubic Debt Secur e .........

orrowing from #w Federal FinakcWng etan
Export-impon Bank of Unte ......... .........
Nabonal CredW Union Adinstration .. .....
Postal Serce
Tennessee Valley Autority
U S Rhilway Aeecaon .. .......

Total borro from the Federl Finmcing Bi ..........


$1.901


5606


6
1 I56 -13,.2

-. 50



2
26


-965
80170
-170


550
90 -14,587



793
171 1,434


236 1040

12


15.203
3



4.271

-80
-30

3
4
102
8

-975
080


425
11.631


-8
707
1.241


523 811



69
153,075

1,530
1,909

58
23
7865
759

3786
8,220
1 726
113

2,625

1,170
1,340

4 01
14 727


252
1.336
1.717

13
130


20
150

1.730


$22 4",.



75
138,20


1.90,9


$24 406



'5
139 776

1,480
1,909


25
7 891
759

2 606
6.580
1 516
113

2.825

1,170
1,340

5 351



252
2,128
2,9W0


58
25
7,891
759

2 83'
7 100
1.556
113

2.826

1,170
1,340

5 351
140


252
2,128
3,151

13
1,170


- 730


' 730


4,4 -23.723 23,402 230.954 202.391 207.231


..- 1 15410 15 250 '5 250
-25 -101 -51 222 146 122
1,690 1 690 1,890
5s0 260 719 14561 14,250 14,0
23 74 74 74


31.957


31,410


31,M0


NoeS Incdud o"ny mounts loomed to Fedr Agencies m u o AgencQ y DebOtN usnoc and siiude Federal P Fnr ang Baw purich of oN m rm or uarWnted by Flofal *Aqncwe
The FedrM F wuncng SBa borrow ftr Treury nd eu t oov n f lcu ls and In trnm may to fw to rr boAnc k irc tity hough TrA cy or lng rr
own lTcure
NMoe DMe may no&Wt 0 l because at rounding
Souct FWrwecw MwmQmwet Servi Deparmew of Ow Treasury
No franescione






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


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 .................................................. .
Table continued on next page.


$8
(**)



190
(**)


-$2
87
87
1



1,104
-1


$7
108
1,366
.9



3,783
135


- 11 ........ ......... .........

.. 11 ....... ......... ..........
- 11 ......... ........ ..........


601
(".)

36


51





28
83
2
-164


533
-9

182
6

100





-3,474
111
12
-2,039


-150


-162

-279
-4


6
682
("*)
682


(* ;)
(")


-1
21
..... ")

979
24


764

-209

96

-174
(**)


105

1,290
246


121
- 1,067
-3

-1,070


(**)
1

6
(**)
21

(**)
1
10,063
107


3,821

3,207

14,161

-199
6


149 1,015
5 3


232





751
-4
-122
-851


398

89

-1,235

19
741


125
1,544
-5

1,539


7
(**)
-25

(**)
1
11,526
44


4,021

1,694

2,219

1,445
4


2,088
12




7,422
303
129
2,080


5,758
67
2,362
1,131


1,134
30,319
302

30,622


102
1
4

(**)
10
11,635
250


30,968

5,704

20,721
455
10,736
31


$5
194
1,445
10



4,697
135


$5
195
1,454
10



4,887
135


1,162
9

2,137
12


1,299
76

1,197
9

2,188
12


3,920
331
139
206


..........

3,948
414
141
42


6,025
67
3,931
1,381


1,249
28,570
299

28,870


5,863
67
3,652
1,377


1,255
29,253
299

29,552


107
2
4

(")
10
20,718
333


34,024

9,120

34,787
455
10,711
36


107
1
25

(**)
10
21,697
357


34,788

8,911

34,883
455
10,537
36


~


~





Table 6, Schedule D-lnvestments of Federal Government Accounts in Federal Securttes, May 1966 and Other Periods
(In mlllons)-Continued


eO Purchsee or saes (-)


Seurtes Mkd Ms nvestmUnut
Current Flecal Yer


CitokMstlon


This Mont
in- *K~d

I


Fical Yer to Date

Thi Yewr Prior Yew


beginning of

This Year This Month
I


Trust funds:-Continued
Department of the Interior ...... ..

Deperment of Labor
Unemployment trust fund


Department of State
Foreign ervce retirement and dmaxidy fund


Department of Transportation
Airport and airway truls fund
Highway tru fund ....................
O other ..........

Department of the Treaury.. ...
Envlronmentia Proecton Agency.
Office of Personnel Management:
Civil service rerement and dsablrty fund:
Pubic debtcuri ........ec
Agency eecuritfes
Employees health benefits fund
Employees f Insurance fund.. ...
Retred employee health benefits fund

Veterans Administraton:
Govenment ile insurance fund
National service life Insurance
Pubc debt securities ......
Agency securities
Vewrans special le insurance fund ..
General Poet Fund National Homes


-532


3.900
-4


-18
-15


-1036

10
190



-4

-50

-1
1


-316
1


Independent agencies
Federal Depoi Insurance Corporation.........
Harry S Truman Memorial Scholarship Trul Fund
Japan-Unted States Fndip Commisson ..... ......
Railroad Retiremeni Board
Other

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

Totl truth funds ...................................

Q n d t~~ota ................ ................. ............


- 59


3,458
-4


194
("*)


524
759
4

62
-243


11.386

707
567
(..)


-19

66

31
3


-346
2
-3
1,191
1


-12


4.563
-14


187
(**)


559
2.063
(**)


$195


17,009
24


2.462
(**)


7410
11.942
(**)


9,393 127,278
175
249 1 174
516 68.40
4 4


72 9,296
136
29 942
10 17


1.037
3
(")
975
1


18,130
47
18
4.232
6


$129


16 567
24


2667



7.796
12 605
4


139.700
175
1.871
7,016
4


9,411
135
974
20


16,099
47
16
5.335
7


20467
20


2656



7934
12,701
4


138,664
175
1,881
7 207
4


9 362
135
973
20


15783
48
16
5.422
6


4,436 49.436 40.685 26.226 331,226 33,661
S6 765 765

4,436 40,431 40, 66 2M.M1 231.1ml 336.426


6,118


41.319


42,229 317,812 360,8


36,.978


1 In ccordancr w h the Blimnd Budgel Oid E Mergncn y DeOIC Control A of 19 (Putlc6( Law 9 177) o orm ofl-budgi snots u row penanied oon-udgM Th Fme aw F F nncing Bamn
(FFB) ctMU r now n Iow n as epwril account under un e te ul t FF to A tnnoe ttirn promgrern Puboc Law O-1 77 his o movee tiwo socal macuntVy tur t unoru [Federal odo-age
urvrs ~vuancw and FedrUl detmabmy eurice trust fundf) of-oudgt
No transactions
(")Ls than 600.000
Now Investments 4w in pubMc dbt sCurtms uniews oerwiM noed,
NoM Deta nMay rl OnW to toas bcamus of rounding
Source Financi Manueggemen Swsv. Detmeni of the Tiewury


Cloes of
This month


J I A I


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I





Table 7. Receipts and Outlays of the U.S. Government by Month, Focal Year 1986 (in millions)


Fisc ora con-

Claifiation Oct. Nov. Dec Jan. Feb. March April May June July Aug. Sept. To Pi

oDMe prior
F.Y.


Receipts'
individual Income taxes ...........
Corporation income taxes .........
Social Insurance taxes and
contributions:
Employment taxes and
contributions .................
Unemployment Insurance ........
Other retirement contributions ....
Excise taxes ................ ...
Estate and gift taxes ............
Customs duties ...............
Miscellaneous receipts ........ ...

Total-budget receipts this year ..

(Onbudget) ..................

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

Total-budget receipts prior year ....

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

(Off-budge) ....................

Outlays
Legislative Branch .. ..... ..
The Judiciary ... ............
Executive Office of the President ...
Funds Appropriated to the President:
International security assistance ..
International development assistance
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 ...........

C ivil ... ............ .........
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 and survivors ins.
trust fund .... ...
Federal disability ins. trust
fund ... ........ ...
Other .. ...........
Other .. ....

Table continued on next page.


$30,595 123,405 130,199 $41.130 $25.376 $12,572 $45,120


1.181


17,843
1,340
382
2,966
574
1,106
1,894


1.390


17,472
2,241
432
3.234
564
1,028
1,396


12.287



19.006
221
429
3,028
514
1.008
1,500


2,825



24,383
1,211
406
3,167
587
1,097
1,901


19,201
2,467
372
2,265
487
948
1,635


8,113



22,229
190
366
2.531
533
1,036
1,989


8,716



28,391
2,999
366
2,512
680
1,087
1,568


$9,820
1,448



20.844
7,481
440
2,669
666
1,040
1,838


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36.579 36,623


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67,881 51,163 18.13M 76,710 53.370 49,557 1,431 46,2461 .:.. 494,558 .....

43,796 37,611 52.814 17,486 1 8,417 32,2038 1,130 30,004 3' : 361,50 .....
-- ------- -
14,065 13,552 15,309 19,246 14,953 17,355 22,30 1,6242 .... 5;:: 133,049 .....

52,251 51,494 62,404 70,454 54,049 49,613 94.599 39,802 : ,., :' .': ...... 474,664

38,948 38.190 48.554 54,000 38.071 34.362 75,595 24.188 .. ...... 351,908

13,303 13,303 13,850 16,454 15,978 15,250 19,004 15,613 ..... 122.756



140 129 171 125 133 143 118 131 1,09 1,032
98 74 102 76 108 74 129 75 .. 735 680
11 8 10 11 9 8 7 9 '73 74

1,547 370 1,074 469 394 588 1,103 957 6,502 6.212
297 230 131 249 181 129 558 48 1,819 2.142
14 -19 48 -118 -672 457 -1,009 489 829 254



2,777 4,462 4,719 3,695 1,309 528 2,016 1,991 21,496 15,68886
2,492 1,859 483 2,002 2.237 3,586 3,747 3,454 19.837 22,543
163 223 202 112 119 164 269 151 1,403 1,335


5,643 5,578 5,995 5,317 5,494 6,180 5,643 6,023 45,873 42.365
7,260 7,277 7,697 6,486 6,886 7,299 7,404 7.454 57,764 54,335
7,294 7,451 7,911 6,232 6,896 8,403 7,416 6.151 59,757 52.641
1,046 1.263 1,581 2,214 1,384 1,483 1,771 1,477 12,220 10.318

21,243 21,569 23,164 20,249 20,659 23,370 22,234 23,105 .... .. 175,614 159,657
--- .-- T .;: sumnma = _........


1,718
1,501
1,024


482


2,189
4,340

2.245
1,528

881

14,224

1,625
1,875


1,733
1,901
951


439


1,938
3,892

2,146
1,518

749

14,280
*
1,597
1,999


-2,1131 -1,383


1,744
1,204
1,068


423


1,843
4,065

2,120
940

647

14,454

1,622
4,451
-3.938


1,733
1,69I
933


492


2,197
4,289

2.196
1,530

787

14,842

1,875
2.505
-2,428


1,648
1,676
801


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

1,689


1,885
1,435
865


574


2,244
4,206

2,103
1,706

866

14,734

1.694
3.095


1.837 3.264


A.. &..-;...... I .5. A ......


1,675
1,337
905


496


2.096
4.109

2,178
1,495

783

14,736

1,702
2,033
-1,186


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13.599
12,200
7,514


4,069


16,385
32,882

16,779
12.293

6.263

116,788

13,277
18,206
-17,461


11,953
11,858
8,142


4,105


15,062
32,990

14,581
13,199

5,805

111,820

12.752
13.333
-14,794


169,367
18,131
3,195
22,371
4,625
8,350
13,721


154.627
19,778
3.176
23.926
4.322
7.870
12.125


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Table 7. Recipt and Outly of the U.S. Government by Month, Fiscal Year 1i (in millions)-Contlnued


Chanlsen


ty7-Co.ttnued
Depwumenw of Moust an d Urban
Deeopnm nt
D~pwene of te Inrlor
Dpwbtmen of Justce
Depwrm enr of Labor
Un ploymnt rusl fund
Oaw
Depmtimw of Sine
Depoanen of Trawnportaon
Highwy trui un

Depment of me Treasury
aMrmi on me piub debi
Genra revenue shwi
Othw
Enirom ntal rolton Agency
wner Servioes AdminiWtron
ekMol Aearonauto and Space

Ofoe of P nomnl Managmet
ma BuSmnwes Admmnistron
Ve1lene Adirinirrbn:
Compenp on end pen on
N nlo e rn tMe le
Govmert mrice We
Owr
-P I agencis
Posital Sewce
TenneieM Veay Aulority
otew ipdepndt age na
Unagmrtmand OfaN receipts.
Empl o w sre. ewnplo

Inre recewnd by trum und
RWe end roymrey on Outer
Caoname Sthf land
OtIer

Tale se yer
Tenselougage.................

(OnDudest) ....... ........






(O d ) i ... .........


Tois--outlays pnor w.ar

(On-budij

rOff .budse

Totel-surphu I i or deflci I -
prow my

(On- bud.ltr

(Off budir


Nov.


|1.4181 14877


313

1.309
-76
383

1.530
1.072

11 411
1.126
1.094
504
158

8810
2.071
221

1.174
48
4
899

80
96
2.193


-2.172
1.449

-293
(".)


267

1 193
486
320

1362
1.204

14.746

-974
401
41

803
1.855
-11

2.306
37
3
949

-506
160
714


-2.172
- 1.106

26
-2


Dec


$1.301
378
283

1.729
306
210

1.061
1 161

24.702

-914
482
368

749
2.055
-23

1.179
51
4
1.174

-302
62
1.050


-2.388
- 12.051

-483
1


51 474
494
40o

1.913
502
197

837
1.134

13.397
1.04C
510
370
-299

572
2.103
-28

1.172
68
3
825

303
24
568


-2.230
12

-318
-3


S1 074
313
316

1 779
307
197

782
916

13.976
85
-439
386
119

887
1.957


1 277
33
4
1.007

-138
17
257


-2.287
-342

-296
1


Mft






(1 162
307
290

2319
74
165

833
1063

13589

-1.284
391
197

380
1.515
-18

65
59
4
943

-422

1 077


2.237
- 187

-227
( ')


April


314

1.748
525
292

861
1.350

13.488
1.129
1362
374
-319

632
2.046
2

1.214
54
3
1060

161
108
493


-2302
- 207

-2.065
- 1.064


May June


294

i 545
473


938
S209

14 776
(")
1 125
315
200

614
1.809
212

2363
53
4
1.029

-129
79
989


2375
1194

-62
7


July Aug Sept


Com-
Tor Period
To
PrIor
Date F Y

,- --4



59 784 S2i 894
I 965 3035
2 4931 2344

135361 14308
25381 888
S952 1 813

8 195 7306
9 129 8.181

'20 08 114415'
3381 3460
7710 1059
3 188 2.965
136 143

5125 990\
15412 15546
364 380

0 751 108021
4061 367
30 31l
7885 753

951 212
5541 610
7 344 7 316


18 173! 16 758
13.770 13.274

3 747 3.265
1 065 13


94,M 44.6 4 9,46 83.201 77.960 79,700 81.510 .4M2 660,36
= II
70,.U2 .,31 71,173 M.14 61,M3 U3,MO 67,273 6,511 541.979

14.616 15.157 11,270 1,05 15.M7 16,040 14.234 11.031 118.389

-27,067 33.3 14.M -6 ,42 -24,60 30,142 9.92 39,3 -1M6,110

- 2M,M 1.711 -1.M 10, 23,5 -31,457 1,.54 39,07 180,470

-531 1,06 4,03 *4,190 -1,034 *1,315 9.074 .211 -14,0 ...

80.260 0.30 6.9'' 78.446 7'.101 '*9,115 83 214 81. '95 6J1.. 29

66.198 66.196 62.886 63.367 59.836 63.'13 68 916 66. 5'.7'll

14.062 14.194 14.085 13.079 15.245 15.402 14.298 /1.,/6 I11'.J38


- 2.009 28.896 14.568 .993 21.033 29.502 II 384 41.rl I M0.629


- 27.25J 28.006 14.332


I I.$


* I.J75


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29.3521 .6'


1521 -4 '06


4J. I(<,


I J l65.33ij


'in Bne uge an EeI Icyn DI l Af Lw .1 uo I urgency Dl Cnl I f I ir n o budgete The Fedfrl Financing Bank
(FF1) acMe r now r hown sperms acouna unw ir t* ge atm ume tw FFB9 o iance prow Wgr Pubtt L 9s 17T7 i*as movd two socal cuay l trut fuind Ferlau os-age
anv aor uenO -n" Fdr bOaan i iurawnce ruM turmal oil-bAdg

("U)LM tan U .OO0
Not Doeft "y noR ad to t a e be aus oa rounding
Source Financl Hdn*vmnwt Saerawe Departmeni of Treaury


- 9.J6 21. '83




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

Current Month Fical Yewr to Dote Secut hed as Invetment
Current Fcal Year
Clansflcetlon
Beginning of
Receipts Outlays Excess Receipts Outlays Excess I C" O
This Yer Thf Month


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 Federal fund receipts and outlays .

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

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


$245
53

1,445

443
4,260
14,797


1,090

341

7,461

60


$156
52
316
1,664
-201
1,445
3,927
14,367
246
(*")
939
144
464
-979
1,517
56
148


$88
(")
-316
-219
201
-1,002
334
431
-246
(")
151
-144
-122
979
5,944
-56
-88


$1,786
344

11,836

3,216
33,859
121,213
(*")
4,185
7,997

2,510

18,131

274


$1,249
362
269
11,369
-1,273
5,041
30,193
107,020
202
3,381
7,559
-233
3,583
-10,052
12,422
-68
544


$537
-19
-269
487
1,273
-1,826
3,666
14,193
-202
804
438
233
-1,074
10,052
5,709
66
-270


$7,410

16,130
5,704
7,819
130,016
21,176
30,966
10,736

11,942

4,232
11,635
17,009
10,642
1,573


$7,796

16,099
9,120
8,892
142,650
35,242
34.024
10,711

12,605

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


30,195 24,263 5,932 205,350 171,568 33,782 286.991 331,991


5,632 5,632


...... 62,628 62,628


35,827 29,895 5,932 267,979 234,197


16,051 61,379 -45,327 293.393 492,985 -

17 17 ...... 784 784

16,06 61,396 -45,327 294,177 493,769 -1

- 5,649 5,649 ...... -67,597 -67,597

46,246 85,642 -39,395 494,558 660,368 -


: .: '
33,782 '. ... .
33,782 ..
S. .. ..

199,592


199,592 :. .: ..

'. .: .. .. ...: .

1685,810 ." "'. ":"


'In accordance with the Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control Act of 1985 (Public Law 99-177), all former off-budget entities are now presented on-budget. The Federal Fnancing Bank
(FF) activities are now shown as separate accounts under the agencies that use the FFB to finance their programs. Public Law 99177 has also moved two social security trust funds (Federal old-age
survivors insurance and Federal disability Insurance trust funds) off-budget.
....No transactions.
(")Less than $500,000.
Note: Interfund receipts and outlays re transaction between Federal funds and trust funds such as Federal payments and contributions, and Interest and profits on Investments in Federal securities.
They have no net effect on overall budget receipts and outlays since the receipt side of such transactions Is offset against budget outlays. In this table, interfund receipts are shown as an adjustment
to arrive at total receipts and outlays of trust fund respectively. Included in total interfund receipts and outlays are $4,185 million In Federal funds, transferred to tust funds for general revenue sharing.
Note: Details may not add to totals because of rounding.
Source: Financial Management Service, Department of the Treasury.


$7,934
.............
15,788
8,911
9,092
141,603
35,338
34,788
10,537

12,701

5,422
21,697
20,467
10,720
1,433


336,426







Table 9. Summary of Receipts by Source, and Outlay by Function of the U.S.
and Other PodrI (In miNlone)


Government, May 194


Cimmoa leThi Moer Ycarw Cc k Petod



tk u5tou.l. .oe taxs ....8...20 5218.220 1122.216
Corporston Wtrn0 ta ...448 3.579 36 623
Socil iwwn taxes and conobuton
Efpiloyment N st anx controbuaons 20.644 10 367 154627
Unenploymew inura .... ... .... 7 481 1131 19778
OtMr rerwment contribution 440 3,195 3,176
Ex Y t ... .. .... .. .. 2,.96 22.371 23.926
Eaatme and gift ..t.....s .... 6 4,625 4322
SCut .040 .8,3B60 7870
Mlioelaniom 1,838 13.721 12.125

Totl .......................................... 48.244 4 4 474.M 4

OUTLAYS'
Natona dcenew ...e 23,765 180,806 164 733
hieratmer al afo. .... 1,864 9,19 11 099
neral entoe, space. and technology ... ........ 737 6,154 5,828
Energy. .. .. .. .. 357 2,788 4812
Nua rsourc and ironment........ 1,007 8,586 8,203
AgrL .............. 3,006 24.090 19,363
Commner and housing credit. 43 178 1 896
TflrIorwofton ... .. 2,201 17.752 16.044
Community and region development 50.. 5,126 5,263
Edu on training, mpoyment and ocial services 2.287 19.911 19,337
....... ..... 3,021 23,371 22,288
Medicare. 5,815 45.842 43.873
IhAIte security 10,960 84.337 91,847
Socwl security ... ..... 16.438 129,385 123,131
V an benf ad rvi ... ................ 3,455 19.131 16 785
Adn raon aofl. .. ........ 533 4.374 4,137
GeMner government .... .. 578 4,301 3.222
Geerl purpose fcal a tanc ........ .... .. -142 4,131 4.884
lmw.. .11,766 02.870 86.788
Urnlrbud offetting recepts 2,437 -21,921 20.023

Toal .......................................... Su6,642 80,36I 863.292

'i coodance wi the Balanced Budget and Emergency Deficit Control Act of 1985 (Public Law 99177). al former offl-udg entities are now preted on-budget
The Federl Fnancang Bank (FFB) acviti ae now show as parade accounts under the ipn lM tat use the FFB to finance their Pubis o Law 99-177 has
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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 transactions 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, intragoverm-
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) intragovemmental 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


tragovemmental 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 entitles 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 tum, 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 Gossy of Tems Usedkn the Federal Budget Proces 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 Daily 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 Publ 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 managementldebt 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 andAppendix (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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