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SMonthly Treasury Statement o0



Receipts and Outlays of the United Stat ernme
for period from OCTOBER 1, 1977 through JULY 31, 19 197 1

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


Period


Current month (July 1978)..................
Actual 1978 (ten months) ..................

Comparative data:
Actual 1977 (ten months) .................
Actual 1977 (full year) ...................
Estimated 19781 ..........................
Estimated 19791..........................


Budget Receipts and Outlays


Net
Outlays



?jd 426
172.251

332,966
401,896
452,329
496,646


Budget
Surplus (+)
or
Deficit (-)


-$7,232
-47,884

-41,534
-45,035
-51,122
-48,483


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


Classification


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

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

NET OUTLAYS

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

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

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


Actual
This Month


Actual
This Fiscal
Year to Date


Actual
Comparable Period
Prior Fiscal Year


4. -


$14,590
1,785

7,960
1,094
464
1,707
407
596
590

29,194


94
32
2

-221
174
151
1,336
502
8,285
250
545
13,122
858
202
194
1,765
129
1,166

3,538
189
1,705
-253
326
-111
324
608
1,916

-351
-12
-39

36,426
-7.232


$145,320
49,077

83,848
10,775
4,685
15,148
4,325
5,282
5,906

324,367
=== =F=


$127,561
45,707

74,614
9,057
4,282
14,436
6,276
4,114
5,385

291,432


869
326
64

1,577
1,284
680
17,303
4,201
84,761
1,948
4,798
133,990
6,476
2,711
2,021
19,034
1,092
10,989

41,199
1,329
6,823
-354
3,245
-67
3,316
15,995
20,595
... .............

-3,654
-8,236
-2,065

372,251
-47.884


805
329
64

-915
1,354
260
13,592
1,961
79,722
1,768
4,092
121,550
4,790
2,379
1,992
18,813
982
9,995

35,933
1,699
6,759
-26
3,502
-157
3,265
15,273
16,632


Budget
Estimates
Full Fiscal Year1



$182 041
58,955

104,234
13,620
5,722
18,239
5,200
6,101
7,095
401,207


1,049
459
78

2,560
1,575
1,107
21,620
5..IN
1II? i'lij
2,531
6,647
163,318
8,032
3,919
2,466
22,905
1,255
13,456

48,600
1,329
6,827
-462
4,540
83
3,980
18,753
24,639


-3,371
-7,851
-2,222

332,966
-41 534


-5,018
-8,622
-2,450

452,329
51,122


See footnotes on page 3.

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


/


By
Borrowing
from the
Public


$3,195
47,246

35,713
53,516
54,929
62,099


Total
F rijir. -


By red
of Cas
and Monetary
Assets
Increase (-)

$5,824
7,665

7,115
-2,238
5,000
...............


Means


-$1,787
-7,027

-1,294
-6,243
-8,807
-13,616


c7,232
47,884

41 R'14
45 u35
51,122
48,483


V of Financing


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


Classification of
Receipts


Individual income taxes:
W withheld ..........................................
Presidential Election Campaign Fund .................
O their .............................................

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

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

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

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

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

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

Federal hospital insurance trust fund:
Federal Insurance Contributions Act taxes ........
Self-Employment Contributions Act taxes .........
Receipts from railroad retirement account........
Deposits by States .............................
Premiums collected for uninsured individuals .....

Total--FHI trust fund ........................

Railroad retirement accounts:
Railroad Retirement Tax Act taxes ..............

Total--Employment taxes and contributions .....

Unemployment insurance:
Unemployment trust fund:
State taxes deposited in Treasury ................
Federal Unemployment Tax Act taxes ............
Railroad Unemployment Ins. Act contributions ....

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

Contributions for other insurance and retirement:
Federal supplementary medical ins. trust fund:
Premiums collected for the aged ................
Premiums collected for the disabled ............

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

Federal employees retirement contributions:
Civil service retirement and disability fund .....
Foreign service retirement and disability fund ..
Other .......................................

Total--Federal employees retirement
contributions........................


Gross
Receipts


$14,181,617
2,225
1,087,655

15,271,497


This Month

Refunds
(Deduct)


9681,737


Net
Receipts


$14,589,760


Current Fiscal Year to


Gross
Receipts


$136,002,027
38,531
40,582,038

176,622,596


2,127,379 342,018 1,785,361 53,717,268


5,594,000
..............
2-149,607


5,444,393 ..........


1,014,000
..............
68,003

1,082,003


5,594,000

-149,607

5,444,393


1,014,000
..........
68,003

1,082,003


50,984,097
3,026,491
5,456,666

59,467,254


8,519,877
423,162
968,386

9,911,426


Refunds
(Deduct)


.31,302,336


4,640,260




387,225
...........


387,225


50,900

50,900..
50,900


Date

Net
Receipts


Conmlpajir:lab Period Prior Fiscal Year


Gross
Receipts


Refunds
(Deduct)


$120,615,621
36,183
35,499,211

-145.320,260 156,151,015 $28,589,841


49,077,007




50,596,872
3,026,491
5,456,666

59,080,029


8,468,977
423,162
968,386

9,860,526


49,998,551 4,291,266


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

55,169,115


6,265,851
381,293
631,120

7,278,264


298,960
.....298,960....
............

298,960


39,260


.. 39,260..
39,260


___________ ____ ------------- ~ t-_____


1,308,000
..............,
..............
87,746
1,169

1,396,915


36,511

7,959,822


772,725
324,000
885

1,097,611


1,308,000
..........

87,746
1,169


11,590,139
448,956
196,506
1,399,429
10,226


79,600
...........
...........

...........


11,510,539
448,956
196,506
1,399,429
10,226


9,626,520
422,093

1,003,209
8,407


61,920
............


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


_____ + + F 4-.


-72

-72


3,..637.

3,637
..........

3,637


1,396,915


36,583

7,959,894


772,725
320,363
885

1,093,974


13,645,257


1,342,827


79,600


84,366,764 518,433


8,449,585
2,199,000
163,572

10,812,157


__ __ __ __ __ 4 1


190,792
21,241

212,034


190,792
21,241

212,034


1,789,925
204,330

1,994,255


36,807

36,807..
36,807


13,565,657


11,060,228


61,920


___ ___ __ -- =J ---


1,342,119

83,848,332


8,449,585
2,162,193
163,572


10,775,34



1,789,92
204,33

1,994,25


_____________ t __________ ____________i_________t_______


244,433
2,231
135


244,433
2,231
135


2,622,599
16,274
1,176


2,622,599
16,274
1,176


9


1,506,270


S4 -


75,013,878


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

9,093,173


400,234


...... o.
36,556


36,556


5 1,640,530 ............ 1,640,530
0 165,678 ............ 165,678

5 1,806,208 ............ 1,806,208


2,411,070
15,465
1,066


246,799 .......... 246,799 2,640,049 ........... 2,640,049 2,427,601 ............ 2,427,601


See footnotes on page 3.


Net
Receipts


S127,561,174

45,707,285




46,650,356
2,901,210
5,318,589

54,870,155


6,226,591
381,293
631,120

7,239,004


9,564,600
422,093
...............
1,003,209
8,407


10,998,308


1,506,176


74,613,644


7,287,555
1,637,301
131,761

9,056,617


2,411,070
15,465
1,066


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

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


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

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

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

Excise taxes:
Miscellaneous excise taxes .........................
Airport and airway trust fund .......................
Highway trust fund.................................
Black lung disability trust fund 3 ......................

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

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

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

Miscellaneous receipts:
Deposits of earnings by Federal Reserve Banks..........
All other ...................... ......... .........

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

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


$5,635


464,468

9,521,901


980,787
116,110
605,937
18,500

1,721,334

414,590

608,156


524,449
65,526

589,975


..........

$3,565


14,095
..........
..........


14,095

7,256

12,154

....... ...
9

9


30,254,833 1,060,833


5.,635

464,468

9,518,336


966,692
116,110
605,937
18,500

1,707,239


$50,893

4,685,197

99,864,118


8,493,385
1,081,483
5,778,490
55,840

15,409,198


$555,240


122,623
1,619
136,815

..261,057..
261,057


!50.893

4,685,197

99,308,878


8,370,762
1,079,865
5,641,675
55,840

15,148,141


A +-


407,335

596,002


524,449
65,518

589,967

29,194,000


4,405,331

5,409,750


5,303,128
603,086

5,906,214


80,304

128,053


.........710
710


361,334,475 36,967,960


4,325,026

5.281,697


$47,926


4,281,735

88,388,786


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


14,697,213


6,359,290


5 70,622,4


5,303,128 4,882,023
602,377 521,163

5,905,504 5,403,186

324,366,514 325,224,115


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

$436,790
-n

125,088
1,539
134,136
............

260,764

83,418


4 -4


112,467


............,
17,693

17,693

33,792,239


............ 1$47,926


4,281,735

87,951,996


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

14,436,449

6,275,872


4,113,608


4,882,023
503,470

5,385,492

291,431,876


GENERAL NOTES
A. Throughout this statement, details may not add to totals due to rounding.
B. Effective with the August 31, 1977 Statement, certain portions of Tables I and II have been modi-
fied. The modified format for Table I includes the addition of a new line presenting current month
budgetary and means of financing data. Table II has been revised to present actual current month
and comparable period prior fiscal year data. Table II has also been modified to show all activity
rounded in millions of dollars.
C. Effective with the June 30, 1978 Statement, earned income credit payments in excess of an indi-
vidual's tax liability was reclassified from an income tax refund to a budget outlay of the Internal
Revenue Service. This change represents a reversion to the budgetary treatment applied prior to
June 1977. Budget estimates have also been revised in accordance with this reclassification.



FOOTNOTES


IThese budget estimates are based on figures released in the "Mid-
Session Review" of the 1979 Budget on July 6, 1978, by the Office of Manage-
ment and PBudget.
Irn. j.l: $68,003 thousand distributed to the Federal Disability Insur-
ance Trust Fund and $87,746 thousand to the Federal Hospital Insurance Trust
Fund.
The Black Lung Disability Trust Fund was formally created on April 1,
1978 pursuant to the "Black Lung Benefits Revenue Act of 1977" (Public Law
95-277).
Outlays for the Executive Office of the President are understated and
will be adjusted in August reporting.
5The Department of Energy was formally created on October 1, 1977
pursuant to "The Department of Energy Organization Act" (Public Law 95-91).
The Department includes all functions of the former Energy Research and
Development Administration, Federal Energy Administration, Federal Power
Commission, and certain functions from the Departments of Commerce,
Defense, Interior, (Bonneville Power Administration and other power admin-
strations) and the Interstate Commerce Commission.


iEffective October 1, 1977, the 'h.:..li for the elderly or handicapped
fund" was reclassified from an off-budget to a budgetary account.
7Adjustment to amounts previously reported.
This activity was formerly includedin the Mining Enforcement and Safety
Administration, Department of the Interior.
In accordance with H:...rgar.,,z ...n Plan No. 2 of 1977, the functions ex-
ercised by the United States Information Agency andthe Department of State's
Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs were consolidated to form the
International Communication Agency.
1On April 1, 1978, the second amendments to the IMF Articles of Agree-
ment entered into force. In accordance with Public Law 94-564, the United
States has increased its quota equivalent to SDR 1,705,000 thousand.
11Transactions cover the period of October 1, 1977 through July 14, 1978
and are partially estimated.
*Less than $500.00
**Less than $500,000.00






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


This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year
Classification of
OUTLAYS Outlas Applicable Net Outlays Applicable Net Outlays Applicable Net
Receipts Outlays utlaReceipts Outlays OutlReceipts Outlays


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

International Development Assistance:
Multilateral Assistance:
International financial institutions ..............
International organizations and programs..........

See footnotes on page 3.


$12,884
24,290
604
876
8,496
12,798

6,033
7,123
19,350
1,107
1,708
......... 16


...........
$7

...........
...........
...........
...........
...........
...........
...........
.......... ii
...........
966



o........,


$12,884
24,283
604
876
8,496
12,798

6,033
7,123
19,350
1,107
1,708
-966
-116


$131,357
240,334
41,392
8,393
83,717
123,690

-7,073
97,311
140,755
7,683
11,690
..........381
-381


...........
$62
...........
...........
...........
...........

...........
...........
...........
...........
...........
9,890
...........


$131,357
240,272
41,392
8,393
83,717
123,690

-7,073
97,311
140,755
7,683
11,690
-9,890
-381


$113,688
222,583
55,231
7,390
71,721
110,907

-22,143
115,799
128,351
7,567
7,857
-360..........
-360


$10
54
.....3.......061
............
............
............

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

13,061
............


$113,678
222,529
55,231
7,390
71,721
110,907

-22,143
115,799
128,351
7,567
7,857
-13,061
-360


95,154 973 94,181 878,868 9,952 868,916 818,591 13,125 805,466


675 ........... 675 7,141 ........... 7,141 6,874 ............ 6,874

27,532 ........... 27,532 300,429 ........... 300,429 300,845 ............ 300,845
4,269 ........... 4,269 50,931 ........... 50,931 24,445 ........... 24,445
............. 117 -117 ............. 1,037 -1,037 ............. 3,116 -3,116
............. ........... .......... __ -31,100 ........... -31,100 ............. ............ .............

32,476 117 32,359 327,401 1,037 326,364 332,164 3,116 329,047


21 ........... 21 208 ........... 208 208 ............ 208
314 ........... 314 12,720 ........... 12,720 15,038 ............ 15,038
147 .......... 147 25,445 ........... 25,445 22,724 (*) 22,724
1,738 ........... 1,738 25,640 ........... 25,640 26,322 ............ 26,322

42,221 ........... 2,221 64,014 ........... 64,014 64,292 (*) 64,292


42,585 ........... 42,585 207,404 17 207,387 193,785 6 193,779
37,647 ........... 37,647 323,820 ........... 323,820 218,914 ............ 218,914


27,806 ........... 27,806 152,626 ........... 152,626 190,063 ............ 190,063
12,940 ........... 12,940 374,621 ........... 374,621 447,243 ............ 447,243
84,443 ........... 84,443 1,580,038 ............. 1,580,038 844,076 125 843,951
635,148 ........... 635,148 6,858,183 ........... 6,858,183 5,457,713 ............ 5,457,713
2,017 ........... 2,017 15,137 ........... 15,137 20,842 ............ 20,842

............. 899,478 -899,478 .............. 7,110,839 -7,110,839 .............. 7,589,475 -7,589,475
............. 84,229 -84,229 .............. 292,873 -292,873 ............. 285,745 -285,745

762,353 983,707 -221,354 8,980,605 7,403,711 1,576,893 6,959,937 7,875,345 -915,408



89,426 ........... 89,426 756,135 ........... 756,135 710,667 ............ 710,667
43,179 ........... 43,179 185,399 ........... 185,399 185,478 ........ 185,478




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

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


Funds Appropriated to the President--Continued
Bilateral Assistance:
Public enterprise funds:
Development loans-revolving fund .................
Overseas Private Investment Corporation ..........
Inter-American Foundation ......................
Other..................................... .....
Intragovernmental funds............................
Functional development assistance program ..........
Payment to Foreign Service retirement and
disability fund ....................................
American schools and hospitals abroad ..............
International disaster assistance ....................
Operating expenses of the Agency for
International Development .........................
Other....................................... .....
Proprietary receipts from the public.................

Total--Bilateral Assistance.......................

Total--International Development Assistance .........

International Narcotics Control Assistance............
President's foreign assistance contingency fund.......

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

Petroleum Reserves:
Energy supply .....................................
Emergency energy preparedness ....................
Proprietary receipts from the public ................
Other ..............................................

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

Department of Agriculture:
Departmental Administration..........................
Office of the Inspector General........................
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:
Salaries and expenses..............................
Agricultural conservation program ..................
O ther.............................................
Federal Crop Insurance Corporation..................
Commodity Credit Corporation:
Price support and related programs .................
Intragovernmental funds............................
National Wool Act program .........................

Total--Commodity Credit Corporation ...............

Rural Electrification Administration (salaries and
expenses) ..........................................


-$861
-37
202
774
-9
55,806

..............
731
2,459

14,449
4,396

..77,910.
77,910


$43
4,188
7
879
...........
...........

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



31,857

36,974


-$905
-4,225
196
-105
-9
55,806

731
2,459

14,449
4,396
-31,857

40,936


$49,781
2,363
5,639
8,579
-295
502,041

21,450
8,725
41,057

171,323
53,217


863,880


$4,740
58,056
345
4,423
..........
..........

..........

..........



453,615

521,179


$45,040
-55,694
5,294
4,156
-295
502,041

21,450
8,725
41,057

171,323
53,217
-453,615

342,701


$138,254
50,984
4,494
4,623
-33
424,855

21,250
9,779
58,796

163,401
42,062

.. 918,466
918,466


$2,675
53,741
6
4,005
............
............






400,396

460,822


$135,579
-2,757
4,488
619
-33
424,855

21,250
9,779
58,796

163,401
42,062
-400,396

457,644


210,515 36,974 173,541 1,805,414 521,179 1,284,235 1,814,610 460,822 1,353,788

2,470 ........... 2,470 26,427 .......... 26,427 26,069 ........... 26,069
644 ........... 644 951 .......... 951 -91 ............ -91

975,982 1,020,681 -44,700 10,813,397 7,924,890 2,888,507 8,800,525 8,336,168 464,358


101,995 ........... 101,995 203,913 .......... 203,913 93,401 ............ 93,401
.............. ........... .......... 144,739 ... 144............ ............ .............
.............. 34,431 -34,431 ............ 227,681 -227,681 ............ 302,699 -302,699
5 ........... 5 137 .......... .137 30,166 ............ 30,166

1,158,214 1,055,112 103,102 11,693,410 8,152,588 3,540,821 9,336,791 8,638,873 697,919


-583 ........... -583 3,335 .......... 3,335 -2,531 ............ -2,531
2,287 ........... 2,287 24,382 .......... 24,382 21,656 ............ 21,656
24,081 ........... 24,081 267,676 .......... 267,676 249,118 ............ 249,118
10,995 ........... 10,995 109,003 .......... 109,003 93,954 ............ 93,954
16,870 ........... 16,870 209,390 .......... 209,390 195,283 ............ 195,283
2,651 ........... 2,651 32,191 .......... 32,191 27,599 ........... 27,599
3,231 ........... 3,231 25,705 .......... 25,705 26,995 ............ 26,995
3,905 ........... 3,905 37,833 .......... 37,833 31,208 ............ 31,208
86,725 ........... 86,725 559,056 .......... 559,056 560,545 ............ 560,545

10,294 ........... 10,294 168,261 .......... 168,261 128,615 ............ 128,615
12,836 ........... 12,836 196,717 .......... 196,717 90,582 ............ 90,582
4,811 ........... 4,811 32,791 ......... 32,791 48,389 ........... 48,389
4,727 2,266 2,460 129,213 70,754 58,459 131,792 59,212 72,580

587,965 567,617 20,348 10,599,055 5,468,385 5,130,670 5,282,139 2,333,848 2,948,291
.............. ........... .......... 50,000 .......... 50,000 52,394 ............ 52,394
2,307 ........... 2,307 32,393 .......... 32,393 8,078 ............ 8,078

590,272 567,617 22,654 10,681,448 5,468,385 5,213,063 5,342,610 2,333,848 3,008,762


1,678 | .......


1,678


20,065


20,065


18,184


18,184






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


Classification of
OUTLAYS-- Continued



Department o.f Agr icultui L -Cun tinued
Farmers H-lme Adniimstrati.-i,
Public enterprise funds:
Rural housing insurance fund ...................
Agricultural credit insurance fund...............
Rural development insurance fund ...............
Other. ....................... ...............
Rural development grant programs ................
Salaries and expenses............................
O the ..........................................

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

Soil Conservation Service:
Conservation operations..........................
Watershed and flood prevention operations .........
Other...........................................
Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service............
Federal Grain Inspection Service....................
Agricultural Marketing Service .....................
Food Safety and Quality Service:
Funds for strengthening markets, income, and
supply .........................................
Other...........................................
Food and Nutrition Service:
Food program administration .....................
Food stamp program .............................
Special milk program ............................
Child nutrition programs ........................
Special supplemental food programs ...............
Other...........................................

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

Forest Service:
Intragovernmental funds..........................
Forest protection and utilization ..................
Youth Conservation Corps ........................
Forest roads and trails .........................
Forest Service permanent appropriations ..........
Cooperative work................................
Other..............................................

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

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

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

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


This MI nlth


OutLs Applicable Net
Receipts Outla,,s


:7672,258
419,290
110,156
-101
19,644
19,506
1,896

I.2242.-I,4


18,571
15,063
6,717
17,015
544
6,742


338
24,911

12,455
451,033
10,347
153,709
28,171
2,943

658,659


-788
74,108
16,831
25,061
2,459
9,890
6,973


$470,215
379,518
92,450
14








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

2,000


:2 2i2.l043
39,772
17,706
-115
19.644
19,506
1,896

,'00. 452


18,571
15,063
6,717
17,015
544
4,742


338
24,911


12,455
451,033
10,347
153,709
28,171
2,943


Current Fiscal Year to


Outlays


Applicable
Receipts


5.8. 4,929 5.518. (.I
5,943,009 'X.3.3,.73
1,132,961 1,055,461
-2,802 463
142,007 ............
158,305 ............
16,894 .... ..

1 .,255.302 11.077,631


206,403
134,596
66,823
168,387
9,852
56,948


238,725
260,598


............
20,054............
............
............

20,054


4--


64,670
4,536,868
125,924
2,171,213
297,588
41,715


658,659 7,237,978


-788
74,108
16,831
25,061
2,459
9,890
6,973


4,052
660,665
41,692
144,178
309,590
60,041
36,739


__-T
Date


Net
Outlays




346.,295
579,936
77,501
-3,265
142,007
158,305
16,894

1.317.672


206,403
134,596
66,823
168,387
9,852
36,894


238,725
260,598

64,670
4,536,868
125,924
2,171,213
297,588
41,715

7,237,978


CroiJiuraLt.l Period Prior Fiscal Year


Outlays





23,933,436
2,767,709
823,161
-2,602
95,035
144,016
16,551


Applicable
Receipts




$3,984,528
2,425,725
738,870
185
...........
............ I


7.777.3i6 7.I'j.30


182,440
143,469
66,378
307,993
7,832
90,151


33,473
57,019


4,479,138
147,042
2,330,372
203,337
46,265

7,206,154


............
............
............
........... 6
894
19,381


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

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


____________ _______ I


4,052
660,665
41,692
144,178
309,590
60,041
36,739


-6,898
620,343
29,759
149,481
87,404
-3,994
25,204


Net
Outlays





-151,092
341.984
84,290
-2,787
95,035
144,016
16,551

627,997


182,440
143,469
66,378
307,993
6,938
70,770


33,473
57,019


4,479,138
147,042
2,330,372
203,337
46,265

7,206,154


-6,898
620,343
29,759
149,481
87,404
-3,994
25,204


134,535 ........... 134,535 1,256,957 ............ 1,256,957 901,299 ............ 901,299

2,052 ........... 2,052 21,754 ............ 21,754 21,033 ............ 21,033
............... 50,314 -50,314 ............... 594,739 -594,739 ............... 600,608 -600,608
-1,817 ........... -1,817 -17,110 ............ -17,110 -3,173 ............ -3,173

2,900,759 1,564,395 1,336,364 35,394,281 18,091,562 17,302,718 23,755,372 10,163,252 13,592,121


2,427 ........... 2,427 23,531 ............ 23,531 17,280 ............ 17,280
9,010 ........... 9,010 93,544 ............ 93,544 70,492 ............ 70,492
1,231 ........... 1,231 12,147 ............ 12,147 9,946 ............ 9,946


i


i i


...........
...........
...........
...........
...........
...........
'
o


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


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


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




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




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


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


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

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

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

Science and Technology:
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.....
National Fire Prevention and Control Administration ..
Patent and Trademark Office .......................
Science and Technical Research.....................
National Telecommunications and Information
Administration ..................................

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

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

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

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

Total--Military Personnel........................

Retired Military Personnel ...........................
Operation and Maintenance:
Department of the Army............................
Department of the Navy ............................
Department of the Air Force........................
Defense agencies .................................

Total--Operation and Maintenance.................

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

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


$18
18,620
328,438
3,620
3,005
11,626


365,328


6,050
5,138
1,125


52,094
1,076
8,578
8,495

637

70,880


$6,173
............
............
............
............
............


-$6,155
18,620
328,438
3,620
3,005
11,626


$25,806
274,284
2,380,441
122,319
35,288
88,428


$50,859
.............
.............
.............
.............
.............


-$25,052
274,284
2,380,441
122,319
35,288
88,428


$29,186
237,160
317,719
115,766
89,296


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


+ I I +---


6,173


______________


191



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



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





191


359,155


6,050
5,138
1,125


51,903
1,076
8,578
8,495

637


70,690


2,926,567


50,859


2,875,708


789,127


41,645


__ 4 4 4


60,036
46,532
11,475


565,663
11,534
77,569
78,272

2,499


735,536


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


1,575
15.............
.............
.............



1,575


60,036
46,532
11,475


564,087
11,534
77,569
78,272

2,499

733,961


58,457
45,245
11,628


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



608,091


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


1,082
..............
..............
..............


1,082


-$12,460
237,160
317,719

115,766
89,296

747,482


58,457
45,245
11,628


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


607,009


14,480 1,581 12,900 90,462 38,114 52,348 6,157 34,914 -28,757
17,362 ............. 17,362 132,660 ............. 132,660 181,100 .............. 181,100
24,370 ............ 24,370 243,644 ............. 243,644 263,319 .............. 263,319
5,370 ............ 5,370 56,310 ............. 56,310 51,686 .............. 51,686
............. 6,035 -6,035 ............... 98,844 -98,844 ........... 38,309 -38,309
-6,414 ............ -6,414 -41,747 ............. -41,747 -36,004 .............. -36,004

516,357 13,979 502,378 4,390,698 189,392 4,201,306 2,076,525 115,950 1,960,574



911,650 ........... 911,650 8,624,691 ............. 8,624,691 8,178,122 .............. 8,178,122
740,887 ............ 740,887 7,181,617 ............. 7,181,617 6,740,671 .............. 6,740,671
665,763 ............ 665,763 6,572,145 ............. 6,572,145 6,343,057 .............. 6,343,057

2,318,300 ............. 2,318,300 22,378,453 .............. 22,378,453 21,261,850 .............. 21,261,850


775,184

736,550
847,054
764,789
209,182

2,557,575


............ 775,184

............ 736,550
............ 847,054
............ 764,789
............ 209,182

............ 2,557,575


_ -


341,031
752,917
410,117
14,768


S1,518,834 .............


341,031
752,917
410,117
14,768

1,518,834


7,571,659

7,819,114
9,216,204
7,992,130
2,385,581

27,413,030


2,690,593
7,606,552
5,829,276
173,593

16,300,014


7,571,659


7,819,114
9,216,204
7,992,130
2,385,581

27,413,030


2,690,593
7,606,552
5,829,276
173,593

16,300,014


6,773,192


7,161,674
8,123,175
7,560,894
2,331,021

25,176,764


2,420,472
6,985,008
5,760,626
119.h17

15,285,922


6,773,192


7,161,674
8,123,175
7,560,894
2,331,021


25,176,764


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

15,285,922


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

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


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

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


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


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


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







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


Current Fiscal Year to Date


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year


Cl.'s.-lin at.i ii of
OUTLAYS- Continue d



Department of Defense--Military--Continued
Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation:
Department of the Armn, ..........................
Department of the Navy ..........................
Department of the Air Force ......................
Defense agencies ................................

Total--Research, Development, Test, and
Evaluation ...................................

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

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

Family Housing ...................................
Civil Defense .....................................
Special Foreign Currency Program ..................
Revolving and Management Funds:
Public enterprise funds .................. .......
Intragovernmental funds:
Department of the Army ........................
Department of the Navy ........................
Department of the Air Force....................
Defense agencies ..............................

Total--Revolving and Management Funds.........

Miscellaneous trust funds..........................
Proprietary receipts from the public.................
Intrabudgetary transactions.........................

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

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

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

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

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


utAppiic. ,bIR
Outlays Receipts


192 470
291,383
238.607
67,028


789,488 ...........


57,484
56,476
48,195
1,021


N. I
Outlays


'192,470
291,383
238,607
67,028


789,488


57,484
56,476
48,195
1,021


Outlays




:1,934,113
3,190,447
2,947,635
586,313


8,658,509 ....


610,733
510,684
415,089
18,908


Appll'catJ '-
Receipts |




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


i, L I
Outlays




$1,934,113
3,190,447
2,947,635
586,313


8,658,509


610,733
510,684
415,089
18,908


LUutlays




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


8,064,120


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


Appli al lti
Receipts




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


*1 t -I I -I -I -


163,176 ...........


123,358
4,805
365

132

-9,961
14,257
17,545
27,940


r'1,061

.... 22
...........

22

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


163,176

122,297
4,805
365

110

-9,961
14,257
17,545
27,940


1,555,414

1,150,305
65,328
2,319

1,321

-102,901
-48,479
65,923
-88,109


$3,190

.. 1,878.
...........

1,878

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

...........


1,555,414

1,147,115
65,328
2,319


-558

-102,901
-48,479
65,923
-88,109


2,223,073

1,115,146
77,266
2,461


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

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

1.420
.............
.............


-I I I-


1,282

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


1,779


Ni
OulLj.1




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


8,064,120


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

2,223,073

1,113,725
77,266
2,461


-497

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


49,913 22 49,892 -172,245 1,878 -174,123 135,931 1,779 134,152

12,284 14,601 -2,316 123,258 141,122 -17,864 92,301 145,535 -53,234
.............. 21,668 -21,668 ............... 149,228 -149,228 ............... 348,677 -348,677
8,805 ........... 8,805 10,209 ........... 10,209 11,787 ............. 11,787

8,322,088 37,351 8,284,737 85,056,253 295,418 84,760,835 80,219,814 497,411 79,722,403



18,918 ........... 18,918 59,253 ........... 59,253 -45,142 ............. -45,142
7,926 ........... 7,926 72,346 ........... 72,346 56,475 ............. 56,475
140,033 ........... 140,033 1,056,096 ............ 1,056,096 1,028,512 ............... 1,028,512
72,457 ........... 72,457 576,300 ........... 576,300 485,924 ............ 485,924
14,656 ........... 14,656 161,206 ........... 161,206 199,633 .... ....... 199,633
8,085 ........... 8,085 82,194 ........... 82,194 70,070 ............. 70,070
.............. 8,147 -8,147 ............... 53,674 -53,674 ............... 37,954 -37,954

262,077 8,147 253,930 2,007,395 53,674 1,953,722 1,795,472 37,954 1,757,518


5,242 ........... 5,242 54,700 ........... 54,700 52,784 ............. 52,784
23,204 31,579 -8,376 246,801 307,509 -60,708 228,329 273,250 -44,921
1,564 20 1,544 18,325 227 18,098 17,657 220 17,438
.............. 296 -296 ............... 2,717 -2,717 ............... 1,768 -1,768
-2,235 ........... -2,235 -15,062 ........... -15,062 -13,143 ............. -13,143

289,851 40,041 249,810 2,312,159 364,127 1,948,032 2,081,100 313,191 1,767,908


This MI ntll


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


Classification of
OUTLAYS- -Continued


Department of Energy: 5
Departmental Operations:
Atomic energy defense activities ..................
General science and research .....................
Energy activities .................................
Other................ ......................
Power Marketing Administrations ...................
Proprietary receipts from the public.................

Total--Department of Energy ......................

Department of Health, Education, and Welfare:
Public Health Service:
Food and Drug Administration......................
Health Services Administration:
Health services............................ .
Indian health services and facilities .............
Emergency health...............................
Center for Disease Control ......................
National Institutes of Health:
Intragovernmental funds .......................
Cancer Research ...............................
Heart, Lung, and Blood Research ................
Arthritis, Metabolism, and Digestive Diseases ....
Neurological and Communicative Disorders and
Stroke......................................
Allergy and Infectious Diseases ..................
General Medical Sciences......................
Child Health and Human Development ............
Other research institutes .......................
Research resources ............................
Other......................................... .

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

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

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

Health Care Financing Administration:
Intragovernmental funds....................
Grants to States for Medicaid .....................
Payments to health care trust funds.................
Quality care management, research, and
administration ..................................
Other ........................................
Federal hospital insurance trust fund:
Benefit payments ..............................
Administrative expenses and construction .........

Total--FHI trust fund ........................

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

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

Total--Iealth Care Financing Administration ........

See footnotes on page 3.


This Month


Current Fiscal Year to Date


_________ 4 +


Outlays




$208,916
41,728
286,649
56
24,702
.............

562,051



24,780

91,052
39,503
3
26,461

-17,460
82,420
37,961
24,304

18,909
16,210
20,576
14,479
21,025
10,997
9,500

238,922


65,782

2,252
68,453
-23,386

533,822


89,466 ...........
968,966 ...........
530,775 ...........


1,114
-119,007

1,388,665
48,705

1,437,310


544,966
55,736

600,702

3.509.387


Applicable
Receipts



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

...........
,8,420
8,644

17,065



588

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

...........







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

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6,891

. .7,478...
...........

7,478


Net
Outlays



-208,916
41,728
286,649
56
16,282
-8,644

544,986



24,192

91,052
39,503
3
26,461

-17,460
82,420
37,961
24,304

18,909
16,210
20,576
14,479
21,025
10,997
9,500

238,922


65,782

-4,638
68,453
-23,386

526,344


89,466
968,966
530,775

1,114
-119,007

1,388,665
48,705

1.437,370


544,966
55,736

600,702

3,509,387


Outlays




1.673.968
282,928
2,963,024
8,020
325,776

5,253,716.....
5,253,716


241,132

936,329
380,655
-6
160,753

-16,220
742,137
332,434
198,572

143,160
131,112
174,576
126,220
181,265
108,623
92,393


Applicable
Receipts



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

105.064
259,792

455,456



6,185

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

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

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

...........


2,214,273 .........


839,914 ...........


47,722
804,609
76,665

5,702,047


1,222
8,861,124
6,249,059

98,256
7,950

14,393,986
315,100

14,709,086


5,555,339
5,96.0208

5,960,859


35,887,555 ..........


21,224

....27,409
27,409


Net
Outlays



$1,673,968
282,928
2,963,024
8,020
130,112
-259,792

4,798,260



234,947

936,329
380,655
-6
160,753

-16,220
742,137
332,434
198,572

143,160
131,112
174,576
126,220
181,265
108,623
92,393

2,214,273


839,914

26,498
804,609
76,665

5,674,637


1,222
8,861,124
6,249,059

98,256
7,950

14,393,986
315,100

14,709,086


5,555,339
405,520

..960 8'.

5 887.5i5


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year


Outlays Applicable
Outlays Receipts




:1.351.115 ............
132,973 ............
2,723,125 ............
3,398 ............
206,593 262,515
................ 62,577

4,417,204 325,092



214,238 5,865

936,155 ............
319,898 ............
6 ............
187,870 ............

-19,016 ............
645,782 ............
295.995 ............
IG'3, 33 ............

124,392 ............
113,282 ............
134,948 ............
108,788 ............
136,178 ............
112.243 ............
56.777 ............

1,872,802 ............


719,699

55,771
1,087,007
30,447

5,423,893


39
15,433,707
................


32,216
.......38,081...
............

38,081


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


................ ............
54,991 ............

12,262,671 ............
260,840 ............

12,523,510 ............


4,776,996 ............
393,218 ............

5,170,214 ............


33,182.461 ............


Net
Outlays




$1,351,115
132,973
2,723,125
3,398
-55,922
-62,577

4,092,112



208,373

936,155
319,898
6
187,870

-19,016
645,782
295,995
163,433

124,392
113,282
134,948
108,788
136,178
112,243
56,777

1,872,802


719,699

23,555
1,087,007
30,447

5,385,812


39
15,433,707
...............

...............
54,991

12,262,671
260,840

12 523 510


4,776,996
393,218

5,170,214


33,182.461


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TABLE III--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands) 0


This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year
Classification of_______________________ ___________________________ _________________
OUTLAYS- -Continued utls Applicable Net Outlays Applicable Net Outlays Applicable Net
Outs Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays


Department of Health, Education, and Welfare--Continued
Education Division:
Office of Education:
Public enterprise funds:
Student loan insurance fund ...................
Higher education facilities loan and insurance
fund .......................................
Elementary and secondary education.............
Indian education ...............................
School assistance in federally affected areas......
Emergency school aid..........................
Education for the handicapped...................
Occupational, vocational, and adult education .....
Student assistance, higher and continued
education ....................................
Library resources .............................
Salaries and expenses........................
Other .......................................

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Total--Special Institutions........................


$40,772

546
220,874
1,264
47,871
8,279
26,264
37,965

104,599
15,694
7,634
3,796


$4,382

1,827
...........
...........
...........
...........
...........
...........

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


$36,391

-1,281
220,874
1,264
47,871
8,279
26,264
37,965

104,599
15,694
7,634
3,796


$435,202

31,680
2,343,437
39,255
725,754
198,192
269,850
609,271

2,010,008
168,984
109,813
36,117


$25,422

25,340
...........
...........
...........
...........
...........
...........

...........
...........
.*..........
........*...


$409,780

6,341
2,343,437
39,255
725,754
198,192
269,850
609,271

2,010,008
168,984
109,813
36,117


$128,029

8,443
1,906,986
34,287
720,930
211,831
219,167
592,012

2,194,984
144,485
99,580
39,678


$13,817

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

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


$114,213

-14,381
1,906,986
34,287
720,930
211,831
219,167
592,012

2,194,984
144,485
99,580
39,678


515,557 6,208 509,348 6,977,563 50,761 6,926,802 6,300,411 36,640 6,263,771

6,276 ........... 6,276 54,133 ........... 54,133 54,431 ............ 54,431
1,722 ........... 1,722 20,516 ........... 20,516 22,419 ............ 22,419

523,554 6,208 517,346 7,052,212 50,761 7,001,451 6,377,261 36,640 6,340,620


.............. ........... ........... 740,930 ........... 740,930 5,983,549 ............ 5,983,549
83,653 ........... 83,653 819,912 ........... 819,912 799,146 ............ 799,146
-35,615 ............ -35,615 4,499,459 ........... 4,499,459 4,379,984 ............ 4,379,984
532,703 ............ 532,703 5,673,578 ........... 5,673,578 ............... ............ ................
9,575 ........... 9,575 103,179 ........... 103,179 143,273 ............ 143,273
2 ........... 2 7 ........... 7 ............... ............ ................

6,841,186 ............ 6,841,186 64,738,495 ........... 64,738,495 58,683,349 ............ 58,683,349
75,645 ........... 75,645 903,843 ........... 903,843 860,396 ............ 860,396
.............. ........... ........... 1,588,664 ........... 1,588,664 1,207,841 ............ 1,207,841
181 ........... 181 5,304 ........... 5,304 5,294 ............ 5,294

6,917,012 ........... 6,917,012 67,236,305 ........... 67,236,305 60,756,880 ............ 60,756,880


1,074,285 ........... 1,074,285 10,057,821 ........... 10,057,821 9,158,744 ............ 9,158,744
30,392 ........... 30,392 289,462 ........... 289,462 319,412 ............ 319,412
.. ........ ........... ........... 29,797 ........... 29,797 -318 ............ -318
6,718 ........... 6,718 64,595 ........... 64,595 55,252 ............ 55,252

1,111,396 ........... 1,111,396 10,441,675 ........... 10,441,675 9,533,091 ............ 9,533,091

8,618,726 ............ 8,618,726 89,515,046 ............ 89,515,046 81,595,923 ............ 81,595,923


290 ........... 290 2,913 ........... 2,913 2,484 ............ 2,484
1,521 ........... 1,521 11,973 ........... 11,973 10,461 ........... 10,461
3,216 ........... 3,216 29,412 ........... 29,412 29,177 ............ 29,177
4,375 ........... 4,375 77,496 ........... 77,496 84,910 ............ 84,910

9,402 ........... 9,402 121,795 ........... 121,795 127,032 ............ 127,032






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


Classification of
OUTLAYS--Continued


Department of Health, Education and Welfare--Continued
Human Development Services:
Grants to states for social services ................
Human development services ......................
W ork incentives ..................................
Research and training activities overseas ...........

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

Departmental Management:
Intragovernmental funds...........................
General departmental management .................
Office for Civil Rights ............................
Other ...........................................
Proprietary receipts from the public ...............

Intrabudgetary transactions:
Payments for health insurance for the aged:
Federal hospital insurance trust fund .............
Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund
Payments for military service credits and special
benefits for the aged:
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund.
Federal disability insurance trust fund............
Federal hospital insurance trust fund .............
Receipts transferred to railroad retirement account..
Interest on reimbursement of administrative and
vocational rehabilitation expenses:
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund..
Federal disability insurance trust fund............
Federal hospital insurance trust fund .............
Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund
Other ...........................................

Total--Department of Health, Educ. & Welfare ......

Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Housing Programs:
Public enterprise funds:
Federal Housing Administration fund .............
Housing for the elderly or handicapped fund6 ......
College housing--loans and other expenses ........
Other .........................................
Disaster assistance fund ..........................
Subsidized housing programs ......................
Payments for operation of low income housing
projects ........................................

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

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


This Month


Outlays




$271,008
154,034
30,059
65

455,166


2,722
9,084
2,922
4,187




...528..617
-528,617


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


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


Applicable
Receipts




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


4......95
..........
..........
..........
$4,795


Net
Outlays




$271,008
154,034
30,059
65

455,166


2,722
9,084
2,922
4,187
-4,795




-528,617


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


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

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Current Fiscal Year to Date


I. ,. I.


Outlays




$2,311,506
1,699,100
305,092
1,716

4,317,414


1,729
72,293
28,168
48,796




-716,941
-5,391,621


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


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


Applicable
Receipts




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


.$25..901
...........
...........
$25,901


Net
Outlays




$2,311,506
1,699,100
305,092
1,716

4,317,414


1,729
72,293
28,168
48,796
-25,901



-716,941
-5,391,621


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


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


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year


Outlays


Applicable
Receipts


I 4------


$1,573,424
295,726
2,698

1,871,848


145,878
87,985
19,016
18,556
.............



-803,000
-4,322,634


-613,902
-103,000
-141,000
-1,207,523


3,224
2,267
-1,041
-4,451
-7,318


...26,665
...........
...........


Net
Outlays


..............
$1,573,424
295,726
2,698

1,871,848


145,878
87,985
19,016
18,556
-26,665



-803,000
-4,322,634


-613,902
-103,000
-141,000
-1,207,523


3,224
2,267
-1,041
-4,451
-7,318


13,140,355 18,482 13,121,873 134,094,223 104,072 133,990,151 121,651,477 101,386 121,550,091




106,516 102,672 3,844 1,470,552 1,080,592 389,960 1,644,346 1,128,697 515,649
24,835 1,933 22,902 132,494 19,361 113,133 16,343 17,964 -1,620
34,588 9,592 24,995 101,115 155,415 -54,300 92,861 154,950 -62,089
19,626 21,857 -2,231 221,191 194,453 26,737 300,740 280,603 20,136
4,978 .......... 4,978 62,025 ........... 62,025 8,275 ........... 8,275
259,793 .......... 259,793 2,441,639 ........... 2,441,639 2,074,987 ........... 2,074,987

38,040 .......... 38,040 568,226 ........... 568,226 400,013 ........... 400,013


488,376


136,054


352,321


____________ __________ t


174,460
217,552
5,597
1,144
7


Total--Government National Mortgage Association. 398,761


117,255
39,283
8,292
4,096


168,926


57,206
178,269
-2,695
-2,952
7

229,835


4,997,242 1,449,821


697,133
882,061
61,839
57,302
-32,635

1,665,700


3,547,421


736,838 -39
702,560 179
98,282 -36
91,815 -34
........... -32

1,629,495 36


,705
,502
,444
,513
,635

,206


4,537,564


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

1,369,488


1,582,214


2,291,890

90,232
27,196

..2,409,318
2,409,318


2,955,350


-982,714
...............
-29,142
-19,792
-8,181

-1,039,830


See footnotes on page 3.


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


Classification of
OUTLAYS--Continued


Department of Housing and Urban Development--Continued
Community Planning and Development:
Public enterprise funds:
Rehabilitation loan fund ..........................
Urban renewal programs .........................
Community development grants .....................
Comprehensive planning grants .....................
Other.............................................

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

New Communities Administration .....................
Federal Insurance Administration .....................
Neighborhoods, Voluntary Associations, and Consumer
Protection .................................. ......
Policy Development and Research .....................
Management and Administration.......................
Proprietary receipts from the public...................

Total--Department of Housing and Urban Development.

Department of the Interior:
Land and Water Resources:
Bureau of Land Management:
Management of lands and resources ...............
Payments in lieu of taxes.........................
Payments to states from receipts under Mineral
Leasing Act ....................................
Other...........................................
Bureau of Reclamation:
Colorado River projects..........................
Construction and rehabilitation ....................
Operation and maintenance.........................
Other...........................................
Office of Water Research and Technology............

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

Fish and Wildlife and Parks:
Heritage Conservation and Recreation Service.........
United States Fish and Wildlife Service:
Resource management ...........................
Recreational resources...........................
Other..................................... .......
National Park Service:
Operation of the national park system ..............
Construction ....................................
Other...........................................

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

Energy and Minerals:
Geological Survey..................................
Office of surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement.
Mining Enforcement and Safety Administration .......
Bureau of Mines.................................

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


Outlays


$5,703
42,133
183,378
2,600
140


This Month

Applicable
Receipts


$3,692
11,362
..........
..........
..........


Net
Outlays


$2,011
30,771
183,378
2,600
140


Current Fiscal Year to Date


Outlays


$70,812
439,065
1,983,849
56,242
8,547


Applicable Net
Receipts Outlays


$30,199
124,527
...........
...........
...........


$40,613
314,538
1,983,849
56,242
8,547


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year


Outlays


$50,024
919,539
1,681,282
67,790
16,019


Applicable
Receipts


+ +


$24,165
224,700
............

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


233,954 15,055 218,900 2,558,515 154,727 2,403,788 2,734,653 248,865 2,485,789

8,552 352 8,199 105,817 7,354 98,463 81,856 325 81,531
37,100 12,639 24,460 213,984 82,366 131,619 86,357 10,338 76,019

437 .......... 437 3,970 ........... 3,970 313 ........... 313
5,904 .......... 5,904 45,146 ........... 45,146 54,708 ............ 54,708
18,596 .......... 18,596 212,164 ........... 212,164 176,483 ............ 176,483
............ 464 -464 ............ 3,232 -3,232 ........ .. i773 -773

1,191,679 333,490 858,189 9,802,539 3,326,994 6,475,545 9,041,424 4,251,833 4,789,591



21,801 .......... 21,801 217,033 ........... 217,033 227,722 ............ 227,722
1 .......... 1 51 ........... 51 20 ............ 20

............ .......... ........... 175,133 ........... 175,133 105,130 ............ 105,130
7,021 .......... 7,021 174,302 ........... 174,302 78,305 ............ 78,305

17,730 6,416 11,314 146,551 50,727 95,824 143,670 65,045 78,626
27,557 .......... 27,557 260,676 ........... 260,676 400,107 ............ 400,107
6,328 .......... 6,328 64,630 ........... 64,630 110,377 ............ 110,377
13,023 .......... 13,023 108,680 ........... 108,680 124,608 ............ 124,608
965 .......... 965 12,026 ........... 12,026 11,237 ............ 11,237

94,426 6,416 88,010 1,159,081 50,727 1,108,354 1,201,177 65,045 1,136,132


39,794 .......... 39,794 370,581 ........... 370,581 279,164 ............ 279,164

14,663 .......... 14,663 140,912 ........... 140,912 110,668 ............ 110,668
6,811 .......... 6,811 74,746 ........... 74,746 71,201 ............ 71,201
4,878 .......... 4,878 53,310 ........... 53,310 25,416 ............ 25,416

30,530 .......... 30,530 269,463 ........... 269,463 233,809 ............ 233,809
11,223 .......... 11,223 72,631 ........... 72,631 57,100 ............ 57,100
3,570 .......... 3,570 35,820 ........... 35,820 41,633 ............ 41,633

111,470 .......... 111,470 1,017,462 ........... 1,017,462 818,991 ............ 818,991


41,689 .......... 41,689 435,169 ........... 435,169 258,046 ............ 258,046
1,141 .......... 1,141 2,320 ........... 2,320 ............ ............ ...............
56 ......... 56 196 .......... 196 -144 ............ -144
9,941 1 500 9,441 109,852 10,684 99,168 131,950 8,085 123,865

52,828 500 52,328 547,536 10,684 536,852 389,852 8,085 381,767


Net
Outlays


$25,858
694,839
1,681,282
67,790
16,019




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


This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year
Classification of
OUTLAYS- -Continued Outls Applicable Net icableApable Net ut Applicable Net
aReceipts Outlays aReceipts Outlays Outlays Receipts Outlays


Department of the Interior--Continued
Bureau of Indian Affairs:
Public enterprise funds .... ............. ..........
Operation of Indian programs ......................
Construction .....................................
Indian tribal funds ................................
Other............................................

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

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

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

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

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

Department of Labor:
Employment and Training Administration:
Program administration...........................
Employment and training assistance ................
Community service employment for older Americans.
Temporary employment assistance .................
Federal unemployment benefits and allowances ......
Grants to States for unemployment insurance and
employment services .............................
Advances to the unemployment trust fund and other
funds ...........................................
Advances to the Black Lung disability trust fund......
Other..........................................

Unemployment trust fund:
Federal--State unemployment insurance:
State unemployment benefits .....................
Grants to States for unemployment insurance and
employment services ..........................
Federal administrative expenses .................
Interest on refunds of taxes ......................
Railroad--unemployment insurance:
Railroad unemployment benefits ..................
Administrative expenses .........................
Payment of interest on advances from railroad
retirement account.............................

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

Total--Employment and Training Administration.....


3245
26,668
30,926
26,788
-703


$326


..........


-$80
26,668
30,926
26,788
-703


$11,868
495,049
173,539
172,366
26,006


$5,514
...........
...........

...........


6.,354
495,049
173,539
172,366
26,006


$11,629
508,058
96,953
190,649
60,078


$3,955
.............

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


17,674
508,058
96,953
190,649
60,078


83,924 326 83,598 878,828 5,514 873,314 867,366 3,955 863,412

14,258 .......... 14,258 132,196 ........... 132,196 107,984 ............. 107,984
4,607 .......... 4,607 35,795 ........... 35,795 41,548 ............. 41,548
............... 150,128 -150,128 ............. 959,620 -959,620 ............. 909,384 -909,384
-2,621 .......... -2,621 -33,259 ........... -33,259 -61,908 ............. -61,908

358,890 157,370 201,520 3,737,640 1,026,545 2,711,095 3,365,011 986,468 2,378,542

3,426 .......... 3,426 20,925 ........... 20,925 17,361 ............. 17,361
31,084 .......... 31,084 288,311 ........... 288,311 268,625 ............. 268,625
48,142 .......... 48,142 470,696 ........... 470,696 440,702 ............. 440,702
25,309 .......... 25,309 231,098 ........... 231,098 204,015 ............. 204,015
14,923 .......... 14,923 148,526 ........... 148,526 141,547 ............. 141,547
24,949 958 23,991 270,386 10,054 260,332 210,213 8,609 201,604
47,040 .......... 47,040 607,375 7 607,369 722,642 ............. 722,642
............... 269 -269 ............. 6,655 -6,655 ............. 4,725 -4,725

194,874 1,227 193,647 2,037,317 16,716 2,020,602 2,005,104 13,334 1,991,770


5,580 .......... 5,580 73,419 ........... 73,419 62,557 ............. 62,557
536,037 .......... 536,037 3,665,119 ........... 3,665,119 2,503,670 ............. 2,503,670
14,725 .......... 14,725 107,604 ........... 107,604 56,387 ............. 56,387
407,382 .......... 407,382 3,977,040 ........... 3,977,040 1,805,747 ............. 1,805,747
66,484 .......... 66,484 969,300 ........... 969,300 673,189 ............. 673,189
-8,169 .......... -8,169 29,972 ........... 29,972 106,769 ............. 106,769

7-11,000 .......... -11,000 870,000 ........... 870,000 4,255,498 ............. 4,255,498

-5,817 .......... -5,817 -6,121 ........... -6,121 3,466 ............ 3,466



592,977 .......... 592,977 8,168,495 ........... 8,168,495 10,767,077 ............. 10,767,077

124,202 .......... 124,202 1,252,492 ........... 1,252,492 1,204,237 .............. 1,204,237
3,050 ........ 3,050 61,040 ........... 61,040 48,679 ............. 48,679
89 .......... 89 738 ........... 738 907 ............. 907

9,188 .......... 9,188 155,215 ........... 155,215 152,624 ............. 152,624
1,698 ..........,69698 9,194 ........... 9,194 7,718 ............. 7,718

............... .......... .......... 132 ........... 132 -108 ............. -108

731,204 .......... 731,204 9,647,306 ........... 9,647,306 12,181,133 ............. 12,181,133

1,736,426 .......... 1,736,426 19,333,640 ........... 19,333,640 21,648,415 .............. 21,648,415


See footnotes on page 3.







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


Classification of
OUTLAYS--Continued



Department of Labor--Continued
L ibj Man.-i einnl St rvices Administration..........
:AnliI' oLl Si.tndards Administration:
Salaries and expenses.............................
Spl'i.c a1 benefits ..................................
Special workers compensation expenses.............
Black Lung disability trust fund:3
Benefit payments ...............................
Administrative expenses ......................
Repayments of advances........................
Other..........................................

Total--Black Lung disability trust fund .........

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 ..........................
Other............................................
Proprietary receipts from the public .................
Intrabudgetary transactions:
Foreign Service retirement and disability fund:
Receipts transferred to Civil Service retirement
and disability fund .............................
General fund contributions.......................
Other..........................................

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

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

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

See footnotes on page 3.


This Month


Outlays Applicable
Receipts



83.792 ..........


t


-375 .......

-411 ..........

11,003 ..........
9,619 ..........


6,691
7,754
..............


440..........

$5,440
e,." o ,,


Net
Outlays



33,792

7,538
-13,039
764

-37


-375

-411


11,003
9,619
6,691
7,754
-5,440


Current Fiscal Year to Date


Outlays



$44,950

93,217
90,845
4,361

-293
.............
.......... ..
-769

-1,062


122,032
91,005
69,215
39,129

-845,000


Applicable
Receipts


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

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

..........

..........
..........
..........
....... ii

..........


Net
Outlays



844,950

93,217
90,845
4,361

-293
...........

-769

-1,062

122,032
91,005
69,215
39,129
-7,907
-845,000


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year


Outlays Appl i .Iabl Net
nRt Lipit- Outlays



$38,303 ........... 23


81,241
197,711
3,079


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




103,947
81,904
63,300
35,386

-3,438,000


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




...........


..........,


$2,099
. .. .. ... .


8,303


81,241
197,711
3,079


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





103,947
81,904
63,300
35,386
-2,099
-3,438,000


1,770,137 5,440 1,764,696 19,042,331 7,907 19,034,424 18,815,286 2,099 18,813,187



63,981 .......... 63,981 546,069 .......... 546,069 485,891 ........... 485,891

3,835 .......... 3,835 48,938 .......... 48,938 33,183 ........... 33,183

.............. ......... .......... 26,599 .......... 26,599 25,849 ........... 25,849
10,514 .......... 10,514 77,780 .......... 77,780 69,228 ........... 69,228
659 .......... 659 5,269 .......... 5,269 4,597 ........... 4,597

78,989 .......... 78,989 704,655 .......... 704,655 _618,748 ........... 618,748

57,105 .......... 57,105 368,987 .......... 368,987 355,403 ........... 355,403
2,150 .......... 2,150 16,846 .......... 16,846 13,932 ........... 13,932
4,070 .......... 4,070 64,319 .......... 64,319 57,403 ........... 57,403
.............. 12,819 -12,819 ............. 14,411 -14,411 .............. 16,228 -16,228



.............. .......... ......... -276 .......... -276 -168 ........... -168
.............. .......... .......... -48,049 .......... -48,049 -47,099 ........... -47,099
-43 .......... -43 -389 .......... -389 -389 ........... -389

142,271 12,819 129,452 1,106,092 14,411 1,091,681 997,830 16,228 981,602


9,779 .......... 9,779 38,109 ......... 38,109 53,858 ........... 53,858

.............. .......... .......... ............. .......... ........... .............. ........... ................
68,369 .......... 68,369 743,871 .......... 743,871 689,077 ........... 689,077
6,858 .......... 6,858 115,050 .......... 115,050 98,631 ........... 98,631
13,558 ........ 13,558 129,006 .......... 129,006 115,246 ........... 115,246
7,936 438 7,498 84,853 3,980 80,872 59,383 4,258 55,124

96,720 438 96,282 1,072,780 3,980 1,068,799 962,337 4,258 958,078


7,538
-13,039
764


I


..........


_7





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


Classification of
OUTLAYS- -Continued


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

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

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

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

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

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration:
Traffic and highway safety.......................
Trust fund share of traffic safety programs..........
Other...........................................
Federal Railroad Administration:
Railroad rehabilitation and improvement financing
funds .........................................
Railroad research and development................
Rail service assistance.........................
Northeast corridor improvement program..........
Grants to National Railroad Passenger Corporation .
Other ........................................

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

Urban Mass Transportation Administration ...........
Other...........................................
Proprietary receipts from the public ................

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

Department of the Treasury:
Office of the Secretary ............................
Office of Revenue Sharing:
Salaries and expenses...........................
Antirecession financial assistance fund ...........
General Revenue Sharing ...........................
Federal Law Enforcement Training Center ...........
Bureau of Government Financial Operations:
Salaries and expenses............................
New York City seasonal financing fund.............
Claims, judgements, and relief acts...............
Other ..........................................

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


r 1 I Applicable


This Month


Outlays


-47
149,468
3,539


Current Fiscal Year to Date


Applicable
Receipts




$2
,o ,, oo


Applicable
Receipts




$14

...........


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year


_________ .1 ____________ _____________


Net
Outlays


-$8
149,468
3,539


Outlays


-$1,152
1,571,443
34,200


______________ zzs~ A


46,661
17,888
7,615
............
-2


46,661
17,888
7,615
.........-
-2


445,224
174,486
59,207
33
45


Net
Outlays


-$1,166
1,571,443
34,200

445,224
174,486
59,207
33
45


Outlays


-$897
1,439,096
33,626

230,549
159,921
60,481
12
231


Net
Outlays


Applicable
Receipts




$6
............
............

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

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


-$903
1,439,096
33,626

230,549
159,921
60,481
12
231


72,161 .......... 72,161 678,995 ........... 678,995 451,194 ............ 451,194

225,161 2 225,160 2,283,486 14 2,283,471 1,923,019 6 1,923,013



515,901 .......... 515,901 4,602,444 ........... 4,602,444 4,578,618 ............ 4,578,618
-2,149 .......... -2,149 542 ........... 542 5,278 ............ 5,278
2,384 .......... 2,384 34,025 ........... 34,025 27,627 ........... 27,627
6,695 .......... 6,695 65,272 ........... 65,272 43,076 ............ 43,076
8,475 .......... 8,475 71,335 ........... 71,335 58,006 ............ 58,006

531,306 .......... 531,306 4,773,617 ........... 4,773,617 4,712,605 ............ 4,712,605


149 .......... 149 49,406 ........... 49,406 40,866 .......... 40,866
17,500 .......... 17,500 125,900 .......... 125,900 98,600 ............ 98,600
-2,299 .......... -2,299 -1,709 ........... -1,709 -3,901 ............ -3,901


1,940 .......... 1,940 38,000 ........... 38,000 -167 ............ -167
1,568 .......... 1,568 55,616 ........... 55,616 48,079 ............ 48,079
3,082 .......... 3,082 42,826 ........... 42,826 25,215 ........... 25,215
19,436 .......... 19,436 168,729 ........... 168,729 47,525 ............ 47,525
111,200 .......... 111,200 664,500 ........... 664,500 705,062 ........... 705,062
6,322 3,648 2,674 61,224 34,631 26,593 66,918 41,489 25,429

143,548 3,648 139,900 1,030,895 34,631 996,263 892,632 41,489 851,143

152,054 .......... 152,054 1,691,644 ........... 1,691,644 1,399,920 2,036 1,397,884
1,055 986 68 6,352 8,056 -1,704 1,501 6,057 -4,556
............. 4,013 -4,013 ............ 34,314 -34,314 .............. 33,026 -33,026


1,174,975


9,088


1,165,887


11,070,479


______________ __________ _____________


2,904

456
189,155
1,705,026
1,168

11,864

12,409
224


24,497


.


2,904

456
189,155
1,705,026
1,168

11,864
..........o
12,409
224


24,497


23,101

5,112
1,329,383
6,822,567
14,298

122,914
1,073
173,438
8,848


306,272


80,996


264

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

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


o


10,989,483


10,081,436


86,873


9,994,563


-t ____________________ ______________________ ~ _______________________


22,836

5,112
1,329,383
6,822,567
14,298

122,914
1,073
173,438
8,848


306,272


32,159

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


123,315
1,025,555
142,145
10,224


1,301,239


210

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


25............
1,025,000
............
............


1,025,000


31,949

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


123,315
555
142,145
10,224


276,239


___ ___ __ I-_ __ _


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


i -


i


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


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

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






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


This Month


Classification of
OUTLAYS--Continued



Department of the Treasury--Continued
Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms ...........
United States Customs Service ......................
Bureau of Enirajing1 and Priintin; ...................
Bureau of 'hu l M int .................................
Bureau of the Public Debt ..........................
Internal Revenue Service:
Federal tax lien revolving fund ....................
Salaries and expenses ............................
Accounts, collection and taxpayer service ..........
Compliance .....................................
Payment where credit exceeds liability for tax......
Interest on refund of taxes.......................
Internal revenue collections for Puerto Rico........

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


Outi d. s



.11 0.37
56,278
2,006
3,085
7,907

39
4,903
77,733
87,270
14,077
22,473
14,943

221,438

10,874
4,636

3,463,644
74,431

3,538,075

...............
...............i
-234,120

5,544,421


Applicable Net
Receipts Outlays


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


$189
...........
...........
...........




189


20,901


...........

90,785
252,943
...........


-4 I- -4


364,819


13,833 ..........


27,478
9,207
12,874
7,277
254,080
1,079
...............


325,828


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

-37
78


5,179,602


13,833

27,478
9,207
12,874
7,277
254,080
1,116
-78


325,787


Current Fiscal Year to Date


Outlays



"108.198
332 '..19
-6,507
34,932
99,182

1,241
46,092
787,001
840,252
868,279
257,616
161,087

2,961,567

108,761
73,923

32,208,154
8,991,001

41,199,155


...,623,231....
-1,623,231


51,989,332


64,358

202,882
44,564
350,707
56,331
2,520,853
5,591
...............


3,245,285


Applicable
Receipts


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

1 038
...........
...........
...........
...........
...........


1,038

...........
69,007

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



643,482
2,278,154
...........


Net
Outlays


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year


Outlays



899,687
501,007
-1,831
33,910
86,579

596
42,529
736,813
752,469
888,037
250,256
130,368

2,801,068

104,929
69,429

27,695,861
8,237,144

35,933,005



-1,664,447


Applicable
Receipts








$469
..............
............








4 469

..............66,189


$11,037
56,278
2,006
3,085
7,907

-150
4,903
77,733
87,270
14,077
22,473
14,943

221,249

10,874
-16,265

3,463,644
74,431

3,538,075

-90,785
-252,943
-234,120


i + i


2,991,946


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



244
375


48,997,386 47,769,798


64,358

202,882
44,564
350,707
56,331
2,520,853
5,347
-375

3,244,666


66,600

138,885
76,505
347,412
45,345
2,814,518
13,155


3,502,421


3,404,650


..............
..............
426

251

677


_____________________ ___________ ______ __________


-183,635
61,092
9,998
3,925
11,335
-4,182


-101,468


...........

1,191
...........
100


6,761
1,045
...........o


9,096


-183,635
61,092
8,807
3,925
11,235
-4,182

-6,761
-1,045


-110,564


_________________________ 1 1- 1-


-336,329
195,240
68,806
28,052
84,470
9,673

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

-1,439

48,473


...........
5,307

668


64,645
44,728


115,347


-336,329
195,240
63,499
28,052
83,803
9,673

-64,645
-44,728
-1,439


-66,874


-262,391
104,748
62,666
14,634
71,633
11,408

-........ .573
-573


2,124


3,492
11
780


124,076
30.856
..............


159,215


Net
Outlays.


99,6y7
501.007
-1,831
33,910
86,579

127
42,529
736,813
752,469
888,037
250,256
130,368

2,800,599

104,929
3,239

27,695,861
8,237,144

35,933,005

-431,191
-1,881,591
-1,664,447


44,365,148


66,600

138,885
76,505
347,412
45,345
2,814,518
12,729
-251

3,501,744


-262,391
104,748
59,173
14,623
70,853
11,408

-124,076
-30,856
-573


10o. l:'18
532,619
-6,507
34,932
99,182

203
46,092
787,001
840,252
868,279
257,616
161,087

2,960,530

108,761
4,916

32,208,154
8,991,001

41,199,155

-643,482
-2,278,154
-1,623,231


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


7:


431,191
1,881,591
..............





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


Classification of
OUTLAYS--Continued


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

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

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

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

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

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


This Month


Outlays



$241,239
11,363
70,983
7



323,592



37,727
10,788
1,844
904
23,391
53,969
53,929
387,772
8,048
49,904
20,433

58,644
7,630
2,630
-1,125

..............
..............
396..........

716,092


14,609
1,280
4,876
7,275

930,478

94
7,188

43,630
249,205
36,421
1,368
496




-498
-94
-1,313


Current Fiscal Year to Date


Applicable
Receipts




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

::3.573


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year


r 1 I T 1


Applicable
Receipts


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

-$173


-173



21,483
11,090
1,939
25
24,105
...........
...........
...........
...........
...........
...........

...........

4,352
...........

41,311
729
3,421


108,455


14
...........


...........
244,403
55,569
668
.......... 3


1,266,975 300,642


Net
Outlays


:241.239
11,363
70,983
7
173


323,765



16,244
-302
-95
880
-714
53,969
53,929
387,772
8,048
49,904
20,433

58,644
7,630
-1,721
-1,125

-41,311
-729
-3,421
-396

607,637


14,595
1,280
4,876
7,271

930,478

94
7,188

43,630
4,802
-19,147
700
496
-3



-498
-94
-1,313

966,333


Outlays


.2,493,923
103,415
721,734
531
.............


Net
Outlays


$2,493,923
103,415
721,734
531
-3,573


3,319,603 3,573 3,316,030


441,658
85,280
18,831
33,519
232,392
7,979,685
2,989,018
4,026,821
93,470
476,279
206,642

548,070
57,142
26,488
85,430

...............
...............
...............
-2,158

17,298,565


170,194
10,289
50,135
85,060

9,022,450

933
103,627

373,274
2,474,650
360,513
11,678
18,401
...............


400,750
115,641
47,924
202
229,847
...........
...........
...........
...........
...........
...........

...........
...........
78,867
...........

398,833
4,236
27,667
...........

1,303,966


141

...........
105


...........
2,469,590
743,038
7,459

1,734


-7,607 ...........
-933 ...........
-15,769 ...........

12,341,217 3,221,821


40,908
-30,361
-29,093
33,317
2,545
7,979,685
2,989,018
4,026,821
93,470
476,279
206,642

548,070
57,142
-52,379
85,430

-398,833
-4,236
-27,667
-2,158

15,994,600


170,053
10,289
50,135
84,956


9,022,450

933
103,627

373,274
5,060
-382,526
4,219
18,401
-1,734



-7,607
-933
-15,769

9,119,396


Outlays


$2,476,119
79,778
710,280
1,136
...............


3,267,314


4-- ~ --- 42-


454,297
107,009
18,487
10,383
223,094
7,483,805
3,246,675
3,596,383
87,790
440,742
192,712

623,669
63,270
25,730
80,946


- ,............

-1,788


Applicable
Receipts




2........726
...........
............
2,726


2,726


394,266
239,473
45,766
57
221,812
............








69,490


402,912
4,811
2,056
............


__ __ + i


16,653,206


1,380,642


_____________ + -I


154,994
9,494
53,231
87,836


I I


7,862,406

233,363
108,765

323,520
2,183,456
361,627
10,872
9,971
r-1


2,204,611
677,675
7,779

1,229


-10.55 ............
-233,363 ............
-6,426 ..........

10,843,626 2,891,294


See footnotes on page 3.


Net
Outlays


: 2,476,119
79,778
710,280
1,136
-2,726


3,264,588


60,031
-132,464
-27,279
10,326
1,283
7,483,805
3,246,675
3,596,383
87,790
440,742
192,712

623,669
63,270
-43,760
80,946

-402,912
-4,811
-2,056
-1,788


15,272,564


154,658
9,494
53,231
87,721


7,862,406

233,363
108,765

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



-10,565
-233,363
-6,426


7,952,332


336
............
115


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


Classification of
OUTLAYS--Continued


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

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

See footnotes on page 3.


Outlays


$1,109
1,305
55,980
3,547
.............o

25,409
10,000
7,902
172,776
5,754
98,282


5,533
5,333
.............
2,212
5,347
2

14,150
-27
607
58,538
1,292
5,850
7,052
7,050

10,882
9,330
8,200
74,971
24,176
.............


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


342,470

-15,355

-2,222
15,253
1,816
1,622
2
.............


This Month

Applicable
Receipts


$13



....... ii
(*)



11
167,611
1
142,139


5,591
28,580

(*)
345



142

74
....... ..
10

1,781

(*)

4
62
1
......o..


Net
Outlays


$1,109
1,305
55,967
3,547


25,409
10,000
7,891
5,165
5,754
-43,857


-58
-23,247

2,212
5,001
2

14,150
-169
607
58,464
1,292
5,840
7,052
5,269

10,882
9,330
8,196
74,909
24,175
........o


Current Fiscal Year to Date


Outlays


$8,788
12,188
665,072
34,158
107,150

304,116
75,832
62,976
1,660,938
53,629
1,967,462


51,307
172,555
193
19,112
49,673
14

121,011
4,020
7,239
318,552
9,917
53,448
127,668
45,946

100,187
95,272
77,153
627,019
221,781
1,695,540


250,000
54,015

3,255,499

-160,093

-22,436
161,706
22,724
24,794
120



-250,000

14,367


Applicable
Receipts




$279
7
..........

..........
..........
50
1,813,945
14
2,319,411


50,776
470,752
......... .
1
369
..........


1,420

1,135

161
..........
60,409

9

173
248
12
..........


Net
Outlays


$8,788
12,188
664,793
34,151
107,150

304,116
75,832
62,926
-153,007
53,615
-351,949


531
-298,198
193
19,111
49,304
14

121,011
2,600
7,239
317,417
9,917
53,287
127,668
-14,463

100,178
95,272
76,980
626,771
221,769
1,695,540


250,000
54,015

3,255,499

-160,093

-22,436
161,706
22,724
24,794
120
-1


-250,000

14,367


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year


Outlays


$7,928
11,754
447,869
33,166
103,000

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


117,670
126,884
960
16,852
43,712
2,241

254,285
4,606
3,070
266,222
9,191
49,337
125,000
30,878

144,979

61,743
564,376
189,161
2,266,170


250,000
48,009

3,114,398

-59,100

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



-250,000



3,188,112


Applicable
Receipts


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

...........
29,722
32
346,568
11
1,707,967


1,608,318
447,936
... .... ...
1
-173
8

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

1,025

40
...........
49,227

1

166
551
8
...........


________ -t_____________________


'"o "(5


342,470

-15,355

-2,222
15,253
1,816
1,622
2
(*)


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

.


--4+


343,588


343,588


3,350,696


3,350,695


__ _ _


...........
...........
...........
...........
........... 1
o o 1

i ,


1


+


Net
Outlays


$7,928
11,754
447,686
33,162
103,000

279,357
81,110
61,046
272,885
46,900
-673,262


-1,490,649
-321,052
960
16,852
43,885
2,233

254,285
3,286
3,070
265,198
9,191
49,297
125,000
-18,349

144,977

61,577
563,824
189,154
2,266,170


250,000
48,009

3,114,398

-59,100

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


-250,000



3,188,111


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

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


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

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

Smithsonian Institution ..................................
Temporary Study Commissions ......................
Tennessee Valley Authority..........................

United States Railway Association:
Administrative expenses ..........................
Purchase of Conrail securities.....................
Other independent agencies ..........................

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

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

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


$5,612


$52,071


$52,047


$45,195


$45,175


38,149 37,128 1,021 658,016 355,995 302,021 739,776 345,723 394,054
37,897 19,920 17,976 1,478,398 191,721 1,286,678 292,738 164,635 128,103
3,013 618 2,395 31,327 7,536 23,791 23,810 6,000 17,810
283 37 246 3,032 854 2,178 3,821 665 3,156
15,553 ......... 15,553 146,993 .......... 146,993 26,872 ............ 26,872
............. 1 -1 ............. 15 -15 ............ 13 -13

94,895 57,705 37,189 2,317,766 556,120 1,761,646 1,087,017 517,036 569,981

10,362 4 10,358 102,609 49 102,561 93,224 41 93,184
461 200 261 8,548 600 7,948 13,690 645 13,045
344,949 204,607 140,342 3,010,942 1,895,893 1,115,049 2,461,047 1,560,400 900,648

2,100 .......... 2,100 13,999 ........... 13,999 10,320 ............ 10,320
94,700 .......... 94,700 605,700 ........... 605,700 623,880 ............ 623,880
11,771 603 11,168 131,264 11,547 119,717 123,149 33,601 89,548

2,826,018 910,150 1,915,868 31,000,405 10,405,474 20,594,931 25,828,204 9,196,404 16,631,800





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

-126 .......... -126 -1,128 ........... -1,128 -946 ............ -946

-77,000 .......... -77,000 -751,000 ........... -751,000 -721,000 ............ -721,000
-14,000 .......... -14,000 -127,000 ........... -127,000 -95,000 ............ -95,000
-17,000 .......... -17,000 -171,000 ........... -171,000 -148,000 ............ -148,000

-2,483 .......... -2,483 -16,390 ........... -16,390 -13,696 ............ -13,696

-190,846 .......... -190,846 -2,033,278 ........... -2,033,278 -1,812,672 ............ -1,812,672


-49,632 .......... -49,632 -554,081 ........... -554,081 -579,711 ............ -579,711


-351,087


-351,087


-3,653,907


-3,653,907


-3,371,056


______________ I -I--- _________ t _____________________ ______________________ I


-3,371,056


----~





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


Classification of
OUTLAYS- -Continued


Undistributed offsetting receipts--Continued
Interest on certain Government accounts:
Interest credited to certain Government accounts:
The Judiciary:
Judicial survivors annuity fund .................
Department of Defense:
Civil:
Soldiers' and Airmen's Home permanent fund..
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare:
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust
fund ......................... .............
Federal disability insurance trust fund ..........
Federal hospital insurance trust fund ...........
Federal supplementary medical insurance trust
fund............................ ...........
Department of Labor:
Unemployment trust fund ....................
Black Lung Disability Trust Fund ..............
Department of State:
Foreign Service retirement and disability fund...
Department of Transportation:
Airport and airway trust fund ..................
Highway trust fund............................
Veterans Administration:
Government life insurance fund ................
National service life insurance fund.............
Independent Agencies:
Civil Service Commission:
Civil Service retirement and disability fund....
Railroad Retirement Board:
Railroad retirement account.................
Other........................................

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

Rents and royalties on the outer continental shelf lands .

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

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

TOTAL BUDGET

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

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

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


Outlays


-41,650


-11,170
-1,503
-3,564

-1,631

22,689


-369

-218
-2,289

-11
-29


-11,201

-75
-695

-11,717


-362,804

41,124,029


Proprietary receipts....
Receipts from off-budget
Intrabudgetary transaction

Total receipts offset


This Month

Applicable
Receipts


838,780


Net
Outlays


- 1.,50


-11,170
-1,503
-3,564

-1,631

22,689
..........

-369

-218
-2,289

-11
-29


-11,201

-75
-695

-11,717


-38,780


Current Fiscal Year to Date


Outlays Applicable
Receipts





,1,918 ...........


-4,643 ...........


-2,058,915
-234,439
-774,772

-223,219

-219,102
.............

-19,833

-213,530
-646,878

-31,655
-454,074


-3,156,698

-192,749
-3,140

-8,235,566


Net
Outlays





1.918


-4,643


-2,058,915
-234,439
-774,772

-223,219

-219,102


-19,833

-213,530
-646,878

-31,655
-454,074


-3,156,698

-192,749
-3,140


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year


Outlays






543


-4,883


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

-128,079

-190,909


-13,371

-188,560
-577,569

-31,715
-426,470


-2,765,013

-216,242
-3,945


Applicable
Receipts





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


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


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



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


4- 4-- I __--- -- *-


$2,064,762


-8,235,566

-2,064,762


-1------- 1 4 ____________ ____________


38,780

4,698,115


4-


-401,584


36,425,914

(Net Totals)

29.194,000

-36,425,914


-11,889,473


2,064,762


421,273,611 49,022,860


-7,231.914


MEMORANDUM

Receipts offset against outlays (In thousands)
Current
Fiscal Year
to Date

........................ $13,607,538
Federal agencies ........ 2,278,154
is...................... 30,313,355

against outlays .......... 46,199,047


-13,954,235


-7,851,324


_____________ + +


-11,222,380


372,250,751 374,860,108


(Net Totals)

324.366.514

-372.250,751

-47.884.237


2.221.618


2,221,618


41,894,165


-~ ____________ ____________


(Net Totals)

291,431,876

-332.965,943

-41.534,067


Comparable Period
Prior Fiscal Year

$13,976,515
1,881,591
29,173,204

45,031,310


Net
Outlays





--543


-4,883


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

-128,079

-190,909


-13,371

-188,560
-577,569

-31,715
-426,470


-2,765,013

-216,242
-3,945


-7,851,324


-2,221,618


-13,443,998


332,965,943


- p________ jz


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21


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

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

Deposit funds:
Allocations of special drawing rights ....................
Other.................................................

Miscellaneous liability accounts (Includes checks
outstanding etc.). .................. .................. ..

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

ASSET ACCOUNTS (Deduct)

Cash and monetary assets:
U.S. Treasury operating cash ..........................

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

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

Gold tranche drawing rights:
U.S. subscription to International Monetary Fund:
Direct quota payments' ...........................
Maintenance of value adjustments .................
Other demand liabilities issued to IMF.................
Receivable/Payable (-) for U.S. currency valuation
adjustm ent .........................................

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


31,453,265
...........

1,453,265


-54,322


751.637,0801 $39,162,653
-10 -105

51,637,070 39,162,548


-572,144 -949,539


1,398,943 51,064,926


-1,796,094

3,195,037

1,363,276

46,632
-193,029

-2,507,998

1,903,918


3,818,533

47,246,393

2,662,009

220,958
-240,913

-2,890,126

46,998,321


-5,463,918 -7,041,320


56,066
...........

56,066



170,855
-131,000

-113,717

-73,862

-18,486
-323,514
-5,823,715


-178,657

-6,002,372

,7,906,290

-674,376

*7,231,914


See footnotes on page.


370,940
-50,000

320,940


38,213,009


2,500,390

35,712,619

2,531,570


698.839.908. 719.023,723
20 10

698,839,928 749,023,733


10,297,825

709,137,753


157,295,161

551,842,592

4,712,426


9,780,003

758,803,736


162,909,788

595,893,948


6,011,159


32,919 2,669,132 2,843,458
354,332 3,289,835 3,241,951

-653,183 7,900,510 7,518,382

37,978,257 570,414,495 615,508,899


-7,260,363 19,103,773


5750,476,988
10

750,476,998


9,725,680

760,202,679


161,113,694

599,088,985


7,374,436


2,890,090
3,048,922

5,010,384

617,412,817


17,526,372 12,062,453


140,987 2,489,275 2,804,149
-400,000 -1,200,000 -1,250,000

-259,013 1,289,275 1,554,149


2,110,156 ............ 6,700.000
683,252 96,147 1,095,701
-3,226,408 113,438 -3,659,852

-184,659 -16,459 -4,899

-617,658 193,126 4,130,951

25,232 547,901| 669,376
-351,777 -336,947 3,652,393

-7,664,583 -7,115,295 28,845,768


-556,608

-8,221,191

,55,219,512

-7,335,275

-47,884,237


-1,520,637

-8,635,932

A46,614,189

-5,080,123


4,369,338

33,215,106

-537,199,389


141,534,067 1537,199,389


8,810,156
1,608,098
-6,755,259

-75,840

3,587,155

713,094
3,624,130

27,004,900


3,991,387


30,996,287
+584,512,612


I 4


-6,660,899

+577,851,712


2,860,215
-1,250,000

1,610,215


8,810,156
1,778,953
-6,886,259

-189,557

3,513,293

694,608
3,300,616
21,181,185


3,812,730


24,993,915
+592,418,901


-7,335,275

-585,083,626


i i i


"


"-


-


.


TABLE IV--MEANS OF FINANCING (In thousands)







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


Fiscal Year to Date
Classification This
Month
This Year Prior Year


Excess of liabilitit bt-cinnin .'f period:
Based on c..niposu.Li i .I unil,,ed budget in preceding period..... $584,512,612 1$537,199,389 I483.917,066
Adjustments during current fiscal year for changes in
composition of unified budget ............................. ............ ........... ...........

Excess of liabilities beginning of period (current basis).......... 584,512,612 537,199,389 483,917,066

Budget surplus (-) or deficit:
Based on composition of unified budget in prior fiscal year..... 7,209,012 47,771,104 41,535,687
Changes in composition of unified budget:
Housing for the elderly or the handicapped reclassified
from off-budget to budgetary accounts ................... 22,902 113,133 -1,620

Budget surplus (-) or deficit (Table III) ........................ 7,231,914 47,884,237 41,534,067

Transactions not applied to current year's surplus or deficit:
Seigniorage ............................................... -18,032 -296,138 -338,121
Increment on gold...................... .................. ........... -702 -1,973
Net gain (-i ls for U.S. currency valuation adjustment....... -57,138 -309,342 -56,126
Net gain (-, 1,.-_s for IMF loan valuation adjustment ............ -2,232 -2,232 ...........
Olf-budget Federal Agencies:
Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation ..................... -7,814 4,435 -14,024
Postal Service ........................................... -102,153 "-1,176,973 -1,150,965
Rural electrification and telephone revolving fund ........... 22,411 162,690 302,702
Rural telephone bank..................................... 15,085 101,733 56,643
Federal Financing Bank .................................. 824,249 8,851,805 6,281,987

Total--transactions not applied to current year's surplus
or deficit .............................................. 674,376 7,335,275 5,080,123

Excess of liabilities close of period ........................... 592,418,901 592,418,901 530,531,255
See footnotes on page 3.

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


Classification


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

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


Net Transactions
(-) denotes net reduction of
liability accounts


Account Balances
Current Fiscal Year


-t


Fiscal Year to Date


This Month


This Year Prior Year


Beginning of


This Year


This Month


-A +


-$7,295

-8,822

-2,537

-35


-633

-35,000



-54,322


-3394,477 -325,630


-98,118

23,982

-188


-1,343

-102,000


-572,144


-101,277

5,031

-181


-483

-377,000

....-150,000..
-150,000


-949,539


$2,858,174

1,013,591

579,129


1,844


2,086

3,768,000

250,000
1,825,000


10,297,825


$2,470,992


924,294

605,649

1,691


1,377

3,701,000

250,000
1,825,000


9,780,003


Close of
This Month


2.,463,697

915.472

603,111

1,656


744

3,666,000

250,000
1,825,000


9,725,680


I


,


,








TABLE IV--SCHEDULE C (MEMORANDUM)--AGENCY BORROWING FINANCED THROUGH z1

ISSUE OF PUBLIC DEBT SECURITIES (In thousands)


Borrowing from the Treasury:

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

Total Borrowing from the Treasurv. ..........................

Borrowing from the Federal Financing Bank

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

Total Borrowing from the Federal Finantcig Bank ...............

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


Transactions

Fiscal Year to Date


This Year


-I4 +-1


..........
$131,816

12,500
1,045,979
,........


..........

178,270
..........
57,530

13,146
14,087
..........


..........
20,761

129
7,617



-57,375
..........*


..........
$4,285,114
832
19,876
10,131,651
..........

170,000
195,000

17,212

179,503
-15,000
-1,085

126,947
70,905
-1,000


..........
66,731

129
97,929


.....-49,653.....

-49,653
..........


Account Balances
Current Fiscal Year


Beginning of


Comparable This Year
Prior Year


$1,461,143
............
-51,901
6,559,778
-1,490,683

-835,613
-413,834


-224,450
-8,190
-726,575
............
355,634
27,268
-2,000

25,000

30,000


............
17,108

1,224
78,719



............0
880




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


1.424,460 15.295.091 4.803.508



.......... 208,800 651,336
.......... -67,000 -1,067,000
210,000 1,080,000 850,000


210.000


1,634,460


1.221 800


16,516,891


434.336


5,237,844


$6,128,458
832
3,323
35,418,282


1,911,655
1,617,166



716,314
50,000
4,141,502
22,114
7,864,742
233,622
116,476

855,718
676,000
390,000
125,000


2,811,000
147,451

3,358
113,078
800,000

251,650

52,479
2,402

20,400
150,000

1,730,078

66.353.100



5,923,486
2,181,000
3,880,000

11,984,486


This Month




$10,281,756
1,664
10,699
44,503,954


2,081,655
1,812,166

17,212

717,547
35,000
4,082,887
22,114
7,978,543
290,440
115,476

855,718
676,000
390,000
125,000


2,811,000
193,421

3,358
203,390
800,000

251,650

60,201
2,402

20,400
150,000

1,730,078


80.223.731



6,132,287
2,114,000
4,750,000

12.996.287


78,337,586 93,220,018


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


Classification


This Month


Close of
This Month


$10,413,572

1,664
23,199
45,549,933

2,081,655
1,812,166

17,212

895,817
35,000
4,140,417
22,114
7,991,689
304,527
115,476

855,718
676,000
390,000
125,000


2,811,000
214,182

3,487
211,007
800,000

251,650

2,826
2,402

20,400
150,000

1,730,078


81,648,191



6,132,287
2,114,000
4,960,000

13.206.287


94,854,478








24 TABLE IV--SCHEDULE D-INVESTMENTS OF GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTS

IN FEDERAL SECURITIES (In thousands)


Classification


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

Department of Commerce..............................
Department of Defense ................... ..........
Department of Energy .................................

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:
Agency securities.................................
Management and liquidating functions fund:
Agency securities.................................
Guarantees of Mortgage-Backed Securities:
Public debt securities...........................
Agency securities...............................
Participation sales fund:
Public debt securities ..........................
Agency securities...............................
Housing Management:
Community disposal operations fund:
Agency securities ...............................
Rental housing assistance fund .....................
New Communities Administration:
New communities fund ............................
Federal Insurance Administration:
National insurance development fund ................

Department of Transportation .........................
Department of Treasury...............................

Veterans Administration:
Veterans reopened insurance fund .....................

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

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

Total Federal funds..........................

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

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

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

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


Net Purchases or Sales (-)


This Month


Fiscal Year to Date


This Year


Prior Year


Securities Held as Investments
Current Fiscal Year


11


Beginning of


44- -


This Year


This Month


Close of
This Month


I 44- -I- -I


...........

-$12,689
300
...........




22,144
-1


...........

1,035

-248

3,475

..-14,706
-14,706
...........


...........

-75
-29,821


601


...........


25,947
-2,700
-5,000
3,910


-$6,000

-51,819
300
...........




74,642
-12


...........

225

-2,101

5,954
28,789

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


...........

-17,900

1,190
-243,126


28,576


-31,510
-12,600

301,198
-3,000
14,710
45,566


-$6,000

29,505
...........
66,080




121,528
-179


...........

504

-2,324

16,151
3,807

-151,716
...........


...........

-2,203

350
493,031


27,730


3,660
...........

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


$29,215

138,710
.............
.............




1,742,417
191,020




108,179

35,799

57,578
6,376

1,509,734
86,745


388
.............



88,232

15,355
2,049,565


381,806


31,510
12,600

4,536,160
132,165
89,284
312,515


$23,215

99,580
............
............




1,794,915
191,009




107,370

33,946

60,057
35,165

1,675,660
86,745


388
............

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

70,332

16,620
1,836,260


409,781


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


4,811,411
131,865
108,994
354,171


$23,215

86,891
300




1,817,058
191,008




108,404

33,698

63.532
35,165

1,660,954
86,745


388
...............

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

70,332

16,545
1,806,439


410,382


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


4,837,358
129,165
103,994
358,081


-5,914 266,400 980,205 10,965,466 11,237,780 11,231,866
-1,914 17,901 -14,005 589,886 609,701 607,787

-7,828 284,302 966,201 11,555,351 11,847,481 11,839,653


...........

-300

...........
29


-1,379,178
...........
14,049

-92,300
...... .88
118,488


42
175

2,169

-825

60
363


-4,785,866

-73,793

788,939
...........
1,693,322
350


34
160

29,216

-62

10
1,497


-2,357,418

-1,743,803

191,875
...........
1,048,761
914


599
1,340

41,469

2,375

45
2,593


34,854,827
555,000
4,241,910

10,923,740
50,000
2,232,078
1,186


641
1,515

43,638

1,850

105
2,927


31,448,139
555,000
4,154,068

11,804,979
50,000
3,806,912
1,536


641
1,515

43,638

1,550

105
2,956


30,068,961
555,000
4,168,117

11,712,679
50,000
3,925,400
1,536







TABLE IV-SCHEDULE D-INVESTMENTS OF GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTS 25

IN FEDERAL SECURITIES (In thousands)--Continued


Classification


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

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

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

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

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

General Services Administration .......................

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

MEMORANDUM

Investments in securities of privately owned Government-
sponsored enterprises:

Milk market orders assessment fund ...................

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


Net Purchases or Sales (-)


This Month


Fiscal Year to Date


_________ 4


This Year Prior Year


__________ I- 1 1


-$9,250


348,024
18,875


-3,856
200


43,827
-33,274
............

13,500

575


-4,974

-17,739

2,891




-398,117
......... ,.
-225
20,441
-700
43,026
...........
5

-327,198
............


$7,311


2,178,258
56,814


29,919
300


627,699
1,441,150
10

-8,200

385


-21,308

297,366

52,361
1,130



-571,878
............
-11
383,469
-4,900
353,391
-277
1,716

93,665
............


-$9,900


608,011
-665


29,165
265


716,224
1,152,612
.............

-6,340

-163


-26,258

291,876
-75,000
44,068
332



-22,959
.............
48,368
314,931
-2,900
672,100
15
20,865

37,460
-50,000


Securities Held as Investments
Current Fiscal Year


I I


Beginning of


This Year This Month


:6.5j5


5,987,165
4,707


267,948
480


3,245,981
10,078,687
10

52,870

3,830


525,872

7,250,289
235,000
528,389
1,475



49,221,368
375,000
424,162
2,529,802
13,229
7,462,458
19,125
31,163

3,182,108
.............,


'23. 156


7,817,399
42,646


301,723
580


3,829,853
11,553,111
20

31,170

3,640


509,538

7,565,394
235,000
577,859
2,605



49,047,607
375,000
424,376
2,892,830
9,029
7,772,823
18,848
32,874

3 h02 ',71
..............


Close of
This Month



$13,906


8,165,423
61,521


297,867
780


3,873,680
11,519,837
20

44,670

4,215


504,564
7,547,655
235,000
580,750
2,605



48,649,490
375,000
424,151
2,913,271
8,329
7,815,849
18,848
32,879

3,275,773
................


-1,643,181 2,543,306 1,038,290 143,139,874 147,326,361 145,683,180
............ ............ -125,000 1,215,000 1,215,000 1,215,000

-1,643,181 2,543,306 913,290 144,354,874 148,541,361 146,898,180


11,840 57,535 -108,090 38,205 83,900 95,740

-164,200 938,600 715,000 1,271,200 2,374,000 2,209,800
............ ............ ............. I ........ ii.... ........... i,6i.
.. 55 -335 4066 4,011 4,011
7,275 -5,155 14,324 71,465 59,035 66,310

-145,085 990,925 620,899 1,384,936 2,520,946 2,375,861
... ... ... ... ... .. ............. .. .......... ............. ................


-145,085

-1,796,094


990,925

3,818,533


620,899 _

2,500,390
~~i.-'_.-A-~


-15


~- ~-


1,384,936

157,295,161


2,520,946

162,909,788


2,375,861

161,113,694


-15-






26 TABLE V-COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS
BY MONTHS OF CURRENT FISCAL YEAR
(Figures are rounded in millions of dollars and may not add to totals)


Classification


NET RECEIPTS

Individual income taxes........
Corporation income taxes......
Social insurance taxes and
contributions:
Empl.,.meilnt taxes and
c.nlr rutulu ns..............
L.,nempli, mrinn insurance ....
C''nt rbuti,.ns for other
insurance and retirement...
Excise taxes .................
Estate and gift taxes ..........
Customs duties ...............
Miscellaneous receipts........

Total--receipts this
year................

Total r -i'ietptv prior )yI r .

NET OUTLAYS

Legislative Branch.............
The Judiciary. ................
Executive Office of the
President...................
Funds Appropriated to the
President:
International security
assistance ................
International development
assistance ...............
Other......................
Department of Agriculture:
Foreign assistance, special
expert prnr.,ra.n and
Comm-dlit'. t. redit
Corporation................
Other......................
Department of Commerce .....
Department of Defense:
Military:
Department of the Army ...
Department of the Navy....
Department of Air Force ..
Defense agencies .........
Civil defense............
Allowances undistributed ..

Total Military......

Civil ................... ...
Department of Ern ri -.........
Department of IV- ,lth.
Education, and Welfare:
Human Development
Services ..................
Health Care Financing
Administration:
Grants to states for
Medicaid. ...............
Federal hospital insurance
trust fund...............
Federal supplementary
medical insurance trust
fund ....................
Other....................
Social Security Adm.:
Assis. Pmts. Pr,'.r:am ...
Federal old-agL and
survivors insurance trust
fund....................
Federal disability insur-
ance trust fund ..........
Other. ...................
Other .....................


Oct.


Nov.


13,278 $13,173
1,445 920


5,542 8,750
541 1,216

466 438
1,529 1,615
410 439
406 459
512 587


Feb.


March


April


June


F F 4 4


13,941 320,217 $10,747 $5,612 :19.036 '14.423 $20,301 $14,590
9,212 1,991 1,013 8,023 8,850 1,183 14,655 1,785


6,037
123

486
1,463
482
501
549


7,157 10,745
403 1,192

437 490
1,492 1,259
447 434
494 441
563 602


7,938
144

478
1,395
462
603
577


9,987
1,393

448
1,368
296
545
622


24.130 27.598 32 7?'.4 33.201 2F,922 25.233 42.546
2'.0S 25.98 29.471 29.977 | 24.343 25.155 40.017


88 91 69 87 80 89 80
1 45 29 29 51 27 37

9 4 4 7 6 4 7


114 212 183 -105 -104

80 175 123 53 153
25 40 44 43 33


994 1,213 1,715
779 1,627 1,303
277 329 341
*==---- -- F


1,442 123 144
1,248 816 1.734
380 358 453


S2,120 2,350 2,030 2,143 2,169
2,556 2,745 2,600 2,581 2,645
2,302 2,464 2,311 2,186 2,270
1,016 1,155 1,261 1,205 1,134
-2 6 4 9 8


7,992 8 721 8.206 8.123 8.226

226 230 226 159 144
396 479 499 415 513


I 909
3 237
2 705
1.307
9


9.168

169
386


704











2.035.
2.697
2.428
1. 147
8
I


11,084 8,6481
4,499 169

508 470
1,670 1,651
512 436
584 653
629 674


35,091

27,672


114
46

8


-105

90
8



-46
1.275
512


2 518
2.888
2,288
1.167
9


7,960
1,094

464
1,707
407
596
590


Sept.


47.657 29,194 :

43.,1' i :.


78 94
29 32

12 2


1
2
2
1


780 -221

99 174
167 151



-21 109
840 1.227
604 502


.915 2 208
.980 2 700
.692 2.141
.259 1 231
9 5


8.315 8 870 8.854 8.285

166 201 178 250
439 619 507 545


I -i


387


878

1,388


390


879

1,419


486
1,130

535


6,386 6,555

1,012 1,045
526 549
1,089 312


402 434 446


843 883

1,618 1,317


574
913

520


6,448

1,049
1,282
-470


958

1,268


471 453 453


879

1 611i


522 694 645
383 580 1.307


6,

1,


643 500


560 6,524

023 1,027
520 530
840 849


578


6,610

1,045
1,042
198


427 455


760 910 902 969

1 469 1,573 1.608 1.437


601 652 667 601
584 430 472 502

558 695 578 533


6,563

1,016
40
712


6,563

1,042
551
956


8,112

1,070
1,065
-759


6,917

1,111
58
539


Fiscal
Year
To
Date




145,320
49.1077



83,848
10,775

4,685
15,148
4,325
5,282
5,906

324.367




869
326

64


1,577

1,284
680



5,772
11.531
S4,201


21.398
27.629
I 23.787
11.882
65 I

84.761 ,

1 948
4,798


4,317


8.861

14,709


5.963
6.354

5.674


67,236

10,442
6,163
4,270


Com -
parable
Period
Prior
F. Y.



7127,561
45,707


74,614
9,057

4.282
14,436
6,276
4,114
5,385


-915

1.354
260



3,569
10,023
1,961


20.576
25,279
23.145
10,645
77
..........

79,722

1,768
4,092


1,872


15.434

12,524


5.173
57


60.756

9.529
11,306
4,900






TABLE V--COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS

BY MONTHS OF CURRENT FISCAL YEAR (In millions)--Continued


Fiscal Co-
Year parable
Classification Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. March April May June July Aug. Sept. Year Period
To Prior
Date Prior
F. Y.

NET OUTLAYS--Continued
Department of Housing
and Urban Development.......... 582 $689 $767 $661 $430 $465 $526 $557 $940 $858 $6,476 $4,790
Department of the Interior....... 310 364 272 249 225 204 222 378 286 202 2,711 2,379
Department of Justice........... 205 208 193 195 189 191 213 230 202 194 2,021 1,992
Department of Labor:
Unemployment trust fund ...... 904 853 1,010 1,184 1,113 1,260 936 880 777 731 9,647 12,181
Other ........................ 681 679 844 863 958 1,091 946 1,180 1,112 1,033 9,387 6,632
Department of State ............. 148 40 111 90 136 102 159 76 100 129 1,092 982
Department of Transportation: I
Highway trust fund............ 611 640 510 403 288 357 309 443 560 516 4,637 4,612
Other......................... 6971 522 613 742 509 625 718 636 641 650 6.352 5,383
Department of the Treasury:
Interest on the public debt ..... 3,083 3,320 6,794 3,282 3,450 3,403 3,493 3 670 7,166 3,538 41,199 35,933
Interest on refunds, etc. ....... 26 30 31 21 25 21 24 26 321 22 258 250
Antirecession financial
assistance fund.............. 424 2 (k) 408 (-) (') 306 (*) (**) 189 1,329 1,699
General revenue sharing....... 1,708 (*) (-) 1,700 4 ( ) 1,705 (W) 1,705 6,823 6,759
Other......................... 146 -292 -480 -329 249 316 323 91 -360 -275 -611 -276
Environmental Protection
Agency ....................... I 306 370 314 343 261 341 286 3441 353 326 3,245 3,502
General Services
Administration ................. -140 111 105 -226 86 81 -188 110 104 -111 -67 -157
National Aeronautics and
Space Administration............ 310 339 320 315 342 370 316 361 320 i 324 3,316 3,265
Veterans Administration:
Compensation and pensions ... 752 787 1,534 137 797 1,541 54 796 1,529 54 7,980 7,484
National service life .......... (1-) -7 15 23 19 24 16 28 13 17 149 221
Government service life....... i 4 3 6 5 5 6 5 8 4 7 53| 58
Other........................ 818 814 1,049 519 693 1,106 482 919 885 529 7,813 7,510
Independent Agencies:
Civil Service Commission ..... 880 874 931 905 864 892 968 872 967 966 9,119 7,952
Postal Service ................ 1,696 ...... .. ... .... .1,696 2,266
Small Business
Administration .............. 55 439 55 43 97 780 -37 339 -46 37 1,762 570
Tennessee Valley Authority.... 135 140 115 54 2 62 129 184 154 140 1,115 901
Other ind. agencies............. 1,221 493 682 800 73 602 906 535 818 772 6,903 4,943
Undistributed offsetting
receipts:
Federal employer contribu-
tions to retirement fund ...... -350 -328 -381 -343 -385 -382 -346 -4151 -373 -351 -3,654 -3,371
Interest credited to certain
accounts.................. -111 -214 -3,584 -71 -202 -60 -115 -152 -3,714 -12 -8,236 -7,851
Rents and Royalties on Outer
Continental Shelf Lands....... -63 -479 -98 -61 -90 -138 -242 -717 -138 -39 -2,065 -2,222
Allowances undistributed ........ .. ..... ..... ...... ..... .... ..... ....... ...... ...............

Total outlays--this year..... 38,793 36,866 37,647 36,918 33,914 40,358 35,927 36,800 38,602 36,426 372,251.........
Total outlaws prior ear ......... 3.?998 33.085 31,890 32.640 30,880 34.646 35,548 33 714 32,920 ? 33,645 ....... 2.
Surplus (+) or deficit (-) this
year.......................... -14,663 -9,269 -4,852 -3,717 -6,992 -15,125 +6,618 -1,709 +9,055 -7,232 -47,884 ......
Surplus (+) or deficit (-) prior iear ........ -12,90 1 -7.3?3 -2.418 -63 -61.57 9491 .+49 -,042 +10 190 6,3 94 S-41.534


See footnotes on page 3.






28 TABLE VI--TRUST FUND IMPACT ON BUDGET RESULTS AND INVESTMENT HOLDINGS (In millions)


Classification




Trust receipts, outlays, and invest-
ments held:
Federal old-age and survivors
insurance.........................
Federal disability insurance .........
Federal hospital insurance ..........
Federal supplementary medical
insurance .........................
Federal employees retirement .......
Federal employees life and health
benefits ..........................
Federal Deposit Insurance Corp......
Airport and airway .................
General Revenue Sharing ............
Highway ...........................
Military assistance advances..........
Railroad retirement ...............
Unemployment .....................
Veterans life insurance..............
All other trust .....................

Trust funds receipts and outla', %
on the basis of Table III and
investments held from
Table IV-D ............... .....

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

Federal fund receipts and outlays on
the basis of Table III...............
Interfund receipts offset against
Federal fund outlays ..............

Total Federal fund receipts and
outlays ......................

Total interfund receipts and outlay.....

Net budget receipts and outlays ........


Current Month


Receipts


Outlays


Excess of
receipts
or out-
lays(-)


Fiscal Year to Date


Receipts


Outlays


Excess of
receipts
or out-
lays(-)


Securities Held as Investments
Current Fiscal Year


Beginning of


This year


t1- t + H-


$5,445
1,082
1,397

212
252



116

606

36
1,094

22


10 263


1,559

11,822


18,932

-2





29. 194


$6,828
1,096
1,393

70
677

-13
-44
71
1,706
500
-265
343
754
22
-65


-$1,384
-14
5

142
-424

13
44
44
-1,706
106
265
-307
340
-22
87


13,073 -2.810


1.559 .. ....
I- -

14.632 -2 810


23.353 -4 421
2
-2 ........

23.351 -4.421

1.557 i ........

36.426 i -7,232


$59,080 $
9,861
13,566

1,994
2,691



1,080
6,855
5,642

1,342
10,775

90



112.976 1


22.442


63,815
9,950
12,862

346
3,269

-373
-352
465
6,823
4,085
-253
1,238
8,580
-338
-24



10.095


22.442 ..


135,418 132.537

218.246 269.011
218.246 269.011


141

218.387

-29.438

324.367


-$4,735
-90
704

1,648
-578

373
352
615
32
1,557
253
104
2,195
338
114



2.881


2 881

-50.765
-50.765


141 ....

269,152 -50.765

-29,438 .........

372,251 -47.884


$35,410
4,242
10,974

2,232
49,864

2,967
7,462
3,246

10,079

3,182
5,987
8,540
170



144.355


This month




$32,003
4,154
11,855

3,809
49,724

3,326
7,773
3,830

11,553

3,603
7,817
8,888
208



148.541


Close of
this month





$30,624
4,168
11,763

3,925
49,322

3,346
7,816
3,874

...........
11,520

3,276
8,165
8,868
231



146,898


Note: Interfund receipts and outlays are transactions between Federal funds and trust funds, such as, Federal payments and contributions, Federal
employer contributions, and interest and profits on investments in Federal securities. They have no net effect on overall budget receipts and
outlays since the receipt side of such transactions is offset against budget outlays. In this table, interfund receipts are shown as an adjustment
to arrive at total receipts and outlays of trust funds and Federal funds respectively. Included in total interfund receipts and outlays are $6,855
million in Federal funds transferred to trust funds for general revenue sharing.







TABLE VII--SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS BY SOURCE AND OUTLAYS BY FUNCTION (In thousands) 29


Classification


NET RECEIPTS

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

Total............. .................... ... .... ............
NET OUTLAYS

National defense ......................................... ...... ...... ..........
International affairs ............... .. ........ .. ....... ..... ..........................
General science, space, and technology.........................................
Energy ................ ................... .................................
Natural resources and environment.............................................
Agriculture ........... ................................................ ..
Commerce and housing credit.....................................................
Transportation ...............................................................
Community and regional development ......... ................................
Education, training, employment and social services............................
Health ..............................................................
Income security ...............................................................
Veterans benefits and services.................................................
Administration of justice .....................................................
General government ......................... ...............................
General purpose fiscal assistance .............................................
Interest......................................................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts ...............................................
Total........................................... .........................


Budget Receipts and Outla

This Month Fiscal Year
To Date


$14,589,760
1,785,361

7,959,894
1,093,974
464,468
1,707,239
407,335
596,002
589,967

29,194,000


8,494,797
230,862
368,245
548,478
853,970
183,155
460,107
1,415,228
859,423
2,098,582
3,597,285
11,640,517
609,597
303,341
186,447
1,964,414
3,013,050
-401,584

36,425,914


$145,320,260
49,077,007

83,848,332
10,775,349
4,685,197
15,148,141
4,325,026
5,281,697
5,905,504

324,366,514


86,443,231
4,709,125
3,912,768
4,491,159
8,650,323
6,949,437
2,984,086
12,601,598
8,602,210
20,909,424
36,894,982
120,618,237
16,015,799
3,145,653
2,868,426
9,213,874
37,194,657
-13,954,235
372,250,751


ys

Comparable Period
Prior Fiscal Year



$127,561,174
45,707,285

74,613,644
9,056,617
4,281,735
14,436,449
6,275,872
4,113,608
5,385,492

291,431,876


81,001,433
2,690,751
3,713,157
3,583,217
8,082,563
4,571,191
-3,140
11,732,318
4,963,580
14,267,923
39,230,622
109,725,027
15,293,389
3,052,970
2,657,661
9,321,786
32,525,495
-13,443,998

332,965,943


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