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Monthly Treasury Statement o


Receipts and Outlays of the United States

for the fiscal year through February 28, 1983

TABLE I--TOTALS OF BUDGET AND OFF-BUDGET RESULTS AND FINAI

Total Budget and Off-Budget Results


Period


Budget
Receipts


Budget
Outlays


Budget
Surplus t*
or
Deficit (-1


Oil-Budget
Surplus (.1
or
Deficit (-l


Total
Surplus(.)
or
Deficit (-I


By
Borrowing
Irom the
Public


Means of Financing


By Reduction
of Cash
and Monetary
Assets
Increase (-I


By
Other
Means


Current month (February 19831.......... 38,816 t64.152 -225,336 -15 -.25,341 ?17.919 '7.496 -&74 !25.341
Actual 1983 (five months).............. 233,365 336,549 -103,184 -1,485 -104,669 86,384 17,868 417 104.669

Comparative data:
Actual 1982 (five months)............ 244,299 297,956 -53,657 -5,014 -58.671 56,070 -2,676 5,277 58.671
Actual 1982 (full year) ............... 617,766 728,424 -110,658 -17,331 -127.989 134,912 -11,936 5,013 127.989
Estimated 19832 ..................... 597.494 805,202 -207,708 -17,045 -224,754 215.000 7,200 2,554 224,754
Estimated 1984 L...................... 659,702 848,483 -188,781 -14,042 -202,822 203,000 .............. -178 202.822



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

AActual Actual Actual Budget
Classification This Month This Fiscal Comparable Estimates
Year to Dale Prior Period Ful Fiscal Year'


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

BUDGET OUTLAYS

Legislative branch ........................................
The Judiciary ............................................
Executive Office of the President..........................
Funds Appropriated to the President........................
Department of Agriculture.................................
Department of Commerce ..................................
Department of Defense Military ...........................
Department of Defense Civil ............... ............
Department of Education ...................................
Department of Energy.....................................
Department of Health and Human Services ...................
Department of Housing and Urban Development ..............
Department of the Interior ..............................
Department of Justice ...................................
Department of Labor ................................ ...
Department of State.................................... .
Department of Transportation ...........................
Department of the Treasury:
General revenue sharing .................................
Interest on the public debt ...............................
Other ................. .............................
Environmental Protection Agency. .........................
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 .....
Federal surplus property disposition .....................
T o tal ................................................

Budget surplus (+) or deficit (-). ...................
Off-budget surplus (*) or deficit (- .........................

Total surplus (*) or deficit (-) ..............................


920,544
-274

11,888
1,553
356
2,795
349
503
1,101


$122,925
7,914

69,917
4,997
1,789
13,724
2,446
3,078
6,573


9123,753
15,994

68.070
4.561
1,658
16,448
3,365
3,676
6,775


38,816 233,365 244,299 597,494


91
77
6
-9
3,847
141
16,199
221
1,231
668
22.220
1,093
328
230
3,521
139
1,563

12
9,251
249
331
494
2,061
1,282


563
325
39
2.220
26,662
711
82,071
1,220
6,377
3,936
112,873
6,967
1,908
1.112
16,182
1,055
8.311

2,290
52.759
-3.737
1,819
2,601
10.103
13,113


-572 -2,794
-190 -8.103
-333 -4,035
.. .... .... .. ... ... ... .. .. ... ..

64.152 336,549
-25,336 -103,184

-5 -1.485

-25.341 -104.669


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


562
252
40
2,997
18.567
882
72,142
1,225
6,579
3.169
101.681
6,358
1,605
1.029
10.726
975
8,560

2,284
47,829
-4.265
2,165
2,662
9,743
13,403

-2,556
-7.504
-3.152

297,956
-53,657

-5.014


-58.671
- - I __ __


Total
Budget
and
Oil-budget
Financing


$285 194
35.286

186,421
19.523
4.369
37,257
6.114
8.819
14.511


1.527
820
102
7.287
45.015
1.969
208 932
2.929
14.396
8.733
274.448
14.853
4.047
2.955
42.995
2.287
21.157

4,567
128.200
-14.741
4.370
6.713
24.387
34.016

-8.214
-16.349
-11 793
-408
805,202

-207,708
17.045


-224 754







TABLE III--RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS (In millions)


Thi


C'l. .ssfiv.lat ol of
Receipts


Gross
Receipts


Individual income taxes:
Withheld ............................................
Presidential Election Carnip.aiin Fund ..................
Other................................ ....... ......

Total -individual income taxes......................

Corpor.aton income taxes...............................

Social insurance taxes and cint ributtons
Employment taxes and contributions:
Federal old-ane and survivors ins. trust fund:
Federal Insur.uice Contributions Act taxes...........
Self-Employment Contributions Act taxes...........
Deposits by States ...............................

Totl -FOASI trust fund........................

Federal disability insurance trust fund:
Federal Insurance Contributions Act taxes.........
Self-Employment Contributions Act taxes...........
Receipts from railroad retirement account .........
Deposits by States ...............................

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

Federal hospital insurance trust fund:
Federal Insurance Contributions Act taxes...........
Self-Em ployment Contributions Act taxes............
Receipts from railroad retirement account .........
Deposits by States ...............................

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

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

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

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

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

Contributions for other insurance and retirement:
Federal employees retirement contributions:
Civil Service retirement and disability fund.........
Foreign service retirement and disability fund......
Other............... ........ ......... .......... ...

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

See footnotes on page 3.


'"22.288
4
1.970

24.262

2.115


s Month

Refunds Net
(Deduct I Receipts



I I


13.717

2.388


20.544

-274


Current Fisc.il Yf ar It D.alc


Gross
Receipts


*108.703
5
20.036

128.744

17.912


7 763 .... 7.763 41.903
33 ....... .. 33 363
......... 4,854

7.796 .......... 7.796 47.120


1.392 .......... 1.392 7.527
4 .... .... 4 63
.......... ......... .........
S .......... 708

1.396 ..... 1.396 8.297


2.270 .......... 2.270 12.033
6 ..... 6 67
. .. .. .. .. . .
......... 1.115

2.275 .......... 2.275 13.216


420 420 1.284

11.888 11.888 69.917
11,888 _, 11.888 69.917


960 3.398
586 1.556
1 7 53

1.553 5.007


1.743
14


Refunds
I )educt


:5.818

9.998


Net
Receipls


122.925

7 914



41.903
363
4,854


C,, rop.|.r .lsll- PE ritl Pir'or Fis .il )ear


(; rtib.
Hrt i-'I AS


112 487
5
17 338

129 829

22 165


refunds
Ifl)ducl I


Net
I .t fri ts


6 07f;

6 170


123 753

15 994



41 332
1 135
4 155


41.332
1 135
4.155


........ 47 120 46 623 .. 46.623


.......... 7.527 6.305 .... 6 305
.......... 63 171 171

708 650 ........... 650

.......... 8 297 7 126 ....... 7 126


.......... 12.033 11.503 ......... 11 503
.......... 67 206 .206

1 115 1,301 ......... 1,301

.......... 13.216 13.010 ........ 13.010


1.284 1.311 1.311

69.917 68.070 68.070


.......... 3.398 3.309 .... 3.309
10 1 547 1.206 9 1 197
.......... 53 54 .....54

10 4.997 4.569 9 4.561


........ 1.743 1 613 1. 1 613
......... 14 13 .. 13
.... 4 4 .... ..... 4


...-. ... .










TABLE III--RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In millions)


Classification of 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 .....................
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 ..... ....................


$6 .......... $6 $29 .......... $29 $27 ........... !27

356 .......... 356 1,789 .......... 1,789 1,658 ........... 1,658
13,798 $1 13,797 76,713 $10 76,704 74,297 $9 74.288

2,139 -1 2.140 10,142 116 10,026 13,560 83 13.477
192 (w) 192 880 ) 880 ...... 1 -1
465 22 444 2,582 -29 2,612 2,819 -1 2.820
19 .......... 19 207 .......... 207 151 ........ .. 151

2,816 21 2,795 13,811 86 13,724 16,530 82 16,448
369 20 349 2,521 74 2,446 3,414 50 3,365

530 26 503 3,231 153 3,078 3,884 207 3,676

989 ........ 989 6,190 ......... 6,190 6,401 .......... 6,401
112 (i*) 112 383 1 382 376 2 374
1,101 (**) 1,101 6,573 1 6,573 6,777 2 6,775
44,989 6,173 38,816 249,505 16,140 233,365 256,896 12,597 244,299


Note: Throughout this statement, details may not add to totals because of rounding



FOOTNOTES


Based on the FY 1984 Budget Document released by OMB on January 31, 1983.
SIn accordance with the provisions of the Social Security Act, as amended, "Individual Income
Taxes Withheld" has been increased and "Federal Insurance Contributions Act Taxes" correspond-
ingly decreased by $438 million to correct estimates for the quarter ending March 31, 1982. "In-
dividual Income Taxes Other" has been decreased and "Self-Employment Contributions Act


Taxes" correspondingly increased by $43 million to correct estimates for calendar year 1980 and
prior.
'Includes amounts received for windfall profit tax pursuant to P.L. 96-223.
4 Terminated October 1, 1981 pursuant to P.L. 97-35 Section 683.
**Less than $500,000.00











Classification of
OUTLAYS- -Continued


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

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

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

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

Funds Appropriated to the President
Appalachian Regional Development Programs............
Disaster relief ......................................
International Security Assistance:
Foreign military sales credit .......................
Economic support fund .............................
Guarantee reserve fund .............................
Military assistance ................................
Peacekeeping operations ...........................
Other ............................................
Proprietary receipts from the public.................

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


TABLE 111--RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS-Continued (In millions)

This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date


Applicable Net
Outlays Receipts Outlays


Applicable Net
Outlays Receipts Outlays


4 4 J


$18
33
1
1
7
12

-2
5
17
1
1

-1

92


1

73
3


78



1
2
3


(**)
$1
..........











1


". ...(.)


rcI


$18
33
1
1
7
12

-2
5
17
1
1
(**)
-1

91


7

73
3


77



1
2
3


I I


$92
164
49
5
35
82

12
32
91
6
6
...........
-1

571


6

306
16


328



8
15
16


!90 $91
161 157
49 56
5 5
35 52
82 76

12 -23
32 58
91 88
6 5
6 5
-3 ...........
-1 (*l

563 571


$2
3
..........


















3

3
3


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year

Applicable Net
Outlays Receipts Outlays


$2
3




...........




3


9


229
17


253


2
2


12 .......... 12 123 .......... 123 140 140
6 .......... 6 49 .......... 49 45 ........... 45

2 .......... 2 269 .......... 269 296 ........... 29
157 .......... 157 1,276 .....1,276 1,070 ........... 1.070
8 4 4 97 48 50 64 11 53
32 .......... 32 144 .......... 144 15 ........... 15
6 .......... 6 35 .......... 35 75 ........... 75
2 .. ...... 2 12 .......... 12 16 ........... 16
...) (*) ........... 92 -92 ............ 121 -121

207 4 203 1,833 140 1,693 1,537 132 1,404


See footnotes on page 3.


7

229
17
-2

252



8
16
17

40


6

306
16
-3

325



8
15
16


... .. ..


I


I


I


---












TABLE III--RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (in millions)


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


Funds Appropriated to the President--Continued
International Development Assistance:
Multilateral Assistance:
Contributions to International Financial
Institutions:
International development association ..........
Inter-American development bank...............
Other ......................................
Payment to the Internaon Fund for
Agricultural Development .......................
International organizations and programs .........

Total--Multilateral Assistance .................

Bilateral Assistance:
Public enterprise funds:
Overseas Private Investment Corporation ........
Other .................................. ......
Functional development assistance program ........
Payment to Foreign Service retirement and
disability fund .............................
Operating expenses of the International
Development Cooperation Agency................
Peace Corps ...................................
Inter-American Foundation .......................
Other. ................. ................. ....

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

Proprietary receipts from the public ................

Total--International Development Assistance .....

International Monetary Programs ..................
Military Sales Programs.
Foreign military sales trust fund .................
Other........................................
Proprietary receipts from the public .............
Petroleum Reserves ...................... ......
Other ...................................... .

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

Department of Agriculture:
Departmental Admiistration .........................
Office of the Inspector General........................
Agricultural Research Service ........................
Cooperative State Research Service .................
Extension Service ..................................
Statistical Reporting Service.........................
Foreign Agricultural Service ........................
Foreign Assistance Programs .......................


$8



2


$8



2


$398
76
34


21


$398
76
34


............
21


$253
111
24


39


$253
111
24


10 .......... 10 528 .......... 528 427 ............ 427



-3 $9 -12 -4 !28 -32 3 532 -29
-6 4 -10 38 8 30 17 4 13
77 .......... 77 443 .......... 443 417 ............ 417

35 .......... 35 35 .......... 35 9 ............ 9

-11 .......... -11 123 .......... 123 124 ............ 124
12 ........ 12 47 .......... 47 43 ..... ..... 43
-1 (**) -1 9 3 6 8 1 8
10 .......... 10 53 .......... 53 46 ............ 46

113 13 100 743 39 704 669 37 631

........... 51 -51 ............ 309 -309 ............ 270 -270

123 64 60 1,271 348 923 1,096 307 789

-22 ......... -22 -92 ......... -92 75 ............ 75

962 .......... 962 5,066 .......... 5,066 4,701 ............ 4,701
-3 38 -41 -27 125 -152 -1 (*) -1
........... 1,189 -1,189 ............ 5,391 -5,391 ............ 4,202 -4,202
........... .......... ......... ....... .......... ........... 17 ............ 17
(*) .......... (* ) ( .......... (* ) 28 ............ 28

1,286 1,295 -9 8,224 6,004 2,220 7,638 4,641 2,997


See footnotes on page 3.


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TABLE III--RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (in millions)


Classification of
OUT LAYS--Continued


Department of Agriculture--Continued
Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service......
Federal Crop Insurance Corporation ...................
Commodity Credit Corporation
Price support and related programs .................
Intragovernmental fund.............................
National Wool Act program .........................

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

Rural Electrification Administration ...................
Farmers Home Administration:
Public enterprise funds:
Self-help housing land development fund.............
Rural housing insurance fund......................
Agricultural credit insurance fund .................
Rural development insurance fund .................
Rural water and waste disposal grants ...............
Salaries and expenses..............................
Other.............................................

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:
Funds for strengthening markets, income, and supply.
Other.............................................
Food Safety and Inspection Service.....................
Food and Nutrition Service:
Food program administration .......................
Food stamp program...............................
Nutrition assistance for Puerto Rico.................
Special milk program ............................
Child nutrition programs ...........................
Special supplemental food programs (WIC)............
Food donations program ............................

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

Forest Service.
National Forest system.............................
Const ruction and land acquisition....................
Forest Service permanent appropriations.............
Cooperative work.................................
Other .... ... ................................... .

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

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

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


'1

Outlays



-414
89

1,593



1,594

3



330
1.261
80
8
8
3

1,691

26
12
5
19
4

........... i
9
24

6
1.032
69
1
289
76
S12
1.487


his Month

Applicable
Receipts



518

558



558




418
298
83




799





4


Current Fiscal Year to Date


Net
Outlays


-$14
71

1,035



1.035

3



-88
964
-3
8
8
3

892

26
12
5
19
"")


9
24

6
1.032
69
1
289
76
12

1.487

99
-1
2
6
15


- k -- -- -- --


8
...........
-11


5.240


14


1.393


8
-14
-11

3.847


Outlays Applicable
s Receipts


68 .........
321 i19

17,301 2.292
... .. ......


17.302 2.292

14


1 1
2.977 1
2.740
1.123
66
104
17

7.027

131
77
28
119
17

155
47
121

32
4.963
338
4
1.485
452
46

7.321

425
207
155
27
61


875

26
............
-67

34.209


1.570
2,555
723




4.848





14


10


275


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal YF.ir


Net
Outlays


Out


168
212
. .. 3
15.009

1 ,

15.010

13
1


1.






2.


___ ___ __ ___ __ ___ I__ ___ ___ ___ ___ __ __


lays Applicable
Receipts


68 ..........
271 $150


11.574

1

11 575

12
-- --,


I .. ..
408 3.054
184 1.974
400 1.041
66 99
104 121
17 17

178 6.307


131 139
77 74
28 33
119 138
3 18

155 187
38 49
121 132


32
4.963
338
4:
1,485
452
46

7.321

425
207
155
27
61


875

26
-275
-67


7.547 26.662


34
4.518

12
1,291
345
46

6.247


401
213
280
44
112


1.050

28
.........
-83


2.358



2.358


Net
Outlays


i68
121

9.216

1

9 217

12


1.637 1 418
2 956 -983
619 422
.... .... 99
...... ... 121
....... 17

5.213 1.094

.......... 139
.......... 74
.......... 33
......... .138
11 7

.......... 187
14 35
.......... 132

....... .34
.... .... 4.518

.......... 12
I.......... 1.291
.......... 345
.......... 46


436
..........


6 247

401
213
280
44
112


1,050

28
-436
-83


26.748 8.181 18,567


See footnotes on page 3.


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TABLE 111-RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS-Continued (In millions)


Clan This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year
Classification
OUTLAYS- -Continued Out Applicable Net Outl Applicable Net ut Applicable Net
Outlays Receipts Outlays Outlays Receipts Outlays Outlays Receipts Outlays
Applicabl___ e jeOtly Appl____ i ca [ Net ppecabeis Outay


Department of Commerce:
General Administration..........................
Bureau of the Census .............................
Economic and Statistical Analysis .................
Economic Development Assistance:
Economic Development Administration:
Economic development assistance programs......
Local public works program ....................
Other....... .............................
Regional Development Program ...................
Total--Economic Development Assistance........
Promotion of Industry and Commerce................
Science and Technology:
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration...
Patent and Trademark Office .....................
Science and Technical Research ..................
National Telecommunications and Information
Admirustration ....... .....................

Total--Science and Technology..................
Proprietary receipts from the public ................
Intrabudgetarv 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 ..............................
Trotdl -Procurement ...........................


18 ......... 18 103 .......... 103 148 ............ 148
1 .... 1 7 ....... 7 20 .......... 20
5 $6 -1 62 $37 25 119 $38 81
( ) ......... ( )4 .......... 4 12 ............ 12
24 6 18 176 37 139 300 38 261
17 ......... 17 83 .......... 83 77 ............ 77

78 1 77 369 5 365 358 4 355
6 ......... 6 28 .......... 28 52 ............ 52
11 ......... 11 61 .......... 61 52 ............ 52

4 ......... 4 17 .......... 17 13 ............ 13

99 1 98 475 5 470 475 4 472
....... 7 -7 .......... 76 -76 .......... 26 -26
(* ) ......... ( ) -2 .......... -2 2 ............ -2
154 13 141 829 117 711 950 68 882


1,411 ......... 1,411 6,955 .......... 6,955 6,586 ............ 6,586
1,186 ......... 1,186 6,257 .......... 6,257 5,683 ............ 5,683
1,058 ......... 1,058 5,314 .......... 5,314 5,011 ............ 5,011
3,655 ......... 3,655 18,525 .......... 18,525 17,279 ............ 17,279

1,302 ......... 1,302 6,486 ......... 6,486 5,897 ............ 5,897
1,420 ......... 1,420 6,889 .......... 6,889 5,918 ............ 5.918
1,805 ......... 1,805 9,324 .......... 9,324 8,563 ............ 8.563
1,553 ......... 1,553 7,993 .......... 7,993 7,363 ........... 7.363
443 ........ 443 2,299 .......... 2,299 2,026 ........... 2,026

5,220 ......... 5,220 26,505 .......... 26,505 23,870 ............ 23,870

806 ......... 806 4,465 .......... 4,465 3,174 ............ 3.174
1,639 ......... 1,639 8.280 .......... 8,280 6,932 ............ 6.932
1,560 ......... 1,560 8,024 .......... 8,024 6,340 ............ 6.340
29 ......... 29 203 .......... 203 144 ..... .... 144

4,033 ... 4,033 20,972 .......... 20,972 16,590 ......... 16,590


See footnotes on page 3.


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TABLE III--RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In millions)


Classification of
OUTLAYS--Continued



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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Other........... ..................................
Proprietary receipts from the public.................

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

Department of Education:
Office of Elementary and Secondary Education:
School assistance in federally affected areas.........
Special programs and populations ..................
Indian education ..................................
Compensatory education for the disadvantaged .......

Total--Office of Elementary and Secondary
Education.....................................

See footnotes on page 3.


This Month


Outlays




$295
461
817
149


1,723


48
72
81
28

229

161


43
123
-102
-215
25
.........
-6


Applicable
Receipts


321
-28


Current Fiscal Year to Date


Net
Outlays



S295
461
817
149


..... 1,723


......... 48
......... 872
......... 281
28

........ 229

......... 161


43
123
-102
-215
4
28
-6


Outlays Applicable
Receipts



11,401 .........
2,214 .........
3,621 ........
683 .........


7,919


Net
Outlays




i1,401
2,214
3,621
683


7,919


431 ......... 431
436 ......... 436
450 ......... 450
120 ......... 120

1,436 ......... 1,436

830 51 829

1 1

73 ......... 73
438 ......... 438
14 ......... 14
-1.101 ......... -1,101


117
........86
186


102
227


15
-227
186


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year


Outlays




S1.233
2,029
3,051
534


6,848


384
281
350
109

1,124

742

1

116
50
-42
115
103

76


Applicable
Receipts






...........


Net
Outlays




21.233
2.029
3.051
534


6.848


... ...... 384
........ .281
........... 350
........... 109

........... 1.124

11 741

1


. . .

94
533
...........


16,192 -7 16,199 82,401 330 82,071 72,770 628 72.142


11 ......... 11 52 ......... 52 49 ........... 49
85 ......... 85 557 ......... 557 588 ........... 588
66 ......... 66 399 ......... 399 377 ........... 377
19 ......... 19 145 ......... 145 138 ........... 138
49 ......... 49 83 ........ 83 89 ........... 89
....... 10 -10 ........... 25 -25 ..........25 -25

230 10 220 1,235 25 1,210 1,240 25 1.215

1 ......... 1 12 ** 12 13 13
........... ........... 2 -2 .......... 2 -2

231 10 221 1,247 28 1,220 1,253 27 1,225



7 ......... 7 288 ......... 288 208 ........... 208
52 ......... 52 224 ......... 224 98 ........... 98
2 ......... 2 28 ......... 28 31 ........... 31
204 ......... 204 1,240 ......... 1,240 1,414 ........... 1,414


266 ......... 266 1,779 ......... 1,779 1,751 ........... 1,751


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TABLE II--RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In millions)

This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year
Classification of
OUTLAYS-Continued Applicable Net Aplicable Net Applicable Net
Outlays Receipts Outlays Otays Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays
~Rcit a sOutlays Apial e


Department of Education--Continued
Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services:
Education for the handicapped, gifted, and talented...
Rehabilitation services and handicapped research ....
Office of Vocational and Adult Education .............
Office of Postsecondary Education:
College housing loans ............................
Student financial assistance .......................
Guaranteed student loans .........................
Higher and continuing education ...................
Higher education facilities loan and insurance........
Total -Office of Postsecondary Education .........

Office of Educational Research and Improvement......
Special Institutions...............................
Office of Civil Rights ...............................
Department Management ............................
Office of bilingual education and minority languages
affairs ...........................................
Proprietary receipts from the public ................
Total--Department of Education ...................
Department of Energy:
Atomic energy defense activities operating expenses..
Atomic energy defense activities plant and capital
equipment .......................................
Energy Programs:
General science and research.....................
Energy supply, R and D operating expenses.......
Energy supply, R and D plant and capital equipment.
Uranium supply and enrichment activities ...........
Fossil energy research, development, and
construction...................................
Energy production, demonstration and distribution ...
Energy conservation .............................
Strategic petroleum reserve ......................
Energy Information Administration ................
Economic regulation ...........................
Alternative fuels production ......................
Other...........................................

Total--Energy Programs .......................
Power Marketing Administrations ...................
Department Adm mistration .........................
Proprietary receipts from the public.................

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

See footnotes on page 3.


$127
84
46


$622
400
313


$622
400
313


$460
302
389


5 $2 3 64 $85 -21 99 $81 18
331 ......... 331 1,736 ......... 1,736 1,767 ........... 1,767
251 ......... 251 1,095 ......... 1,095 1,290 ........... 1,290
26 ......... 26 150 ......... 150 184 ........... 184
37 ......... 37 27 ......... 27 -2 ........... -2
651 2 649 3,072 85 2,987 3,337 81 3,256
14 ......... 14 89 ......... 89 228 ........... 228
25 ......... 25 101 ......... 101 90 ........... 90
3 ......... 3 19 ......... 19 17 ........... 17
20 ......... 20 68 ......... 68 88 ........... 88

6 ......... 6 33 ......... 33 ( ) ........... ( )
........... 7 -7 ..........35 -35 .......... 3 -3

1,241 10 1,231 6,497 120 6,377 6,663 84 6,579

276 ......... 276 1,638 ......... 1,638 1,425 ......... 1,425
74 ......... 74 340 ......... 340 268 ......... 268

43 ......... 43 406 ......... 406 183 ........... 183
151 ......... 151 969 ......... 969 1,044 ........... 1,044
25 ......... 25 158 ........ 158 149 ........... 149
126 ......... 126 468 ......... 468 -254 ........... -254

33 ......... 33 182 ......... 182 271 ........... 271
17 ......... 17 103 ......... 103 87 ........... 87
52 ......... 52 203 ......... 203 229 ........... 229
18 ......... 18 112 ......... 112 130 ........... 130
6 ......... 6 27 ......... 27 30 ........... 30
3 ......... 3 18 ......... 18 26 ........... 26
1 ......... 1 8 ......... 8 5 ........... 5
8 ......... 8 24 ......... 24 73 ........... 73
480 ......... 480 2,677 ......... 2,677 1,974 ........... 1,974

84 77 6 512 393 119 373 387 -14
14 .. .... 14 122 .......122 154 ........... 154
.. .181 -181 ........ 961 -961 ......... 639. -639

926 258 668 5,290 1,354 3,936 4,194 1,026 3,169


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TABLE III--RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In millions)


Classification of
OUTLAYS--Continued


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

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

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

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

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


Outlays


"28

98
49
28

-10
79
54

28

18
17
32
16
34
15
6


This Month

Applicable
Receipts






... .
... .. ..


Current Fiscal Year to Date


Net
Outlays



"28

98
49
28

-10
79
54


289 ......... 289


620



1,545
1.171
9

2.964
54.

3,018


1,261
55


96

3
23
5

619



1,545
1.171
9

2.964
54

3,018


1,261
55


Outlays




?145

566
275
143

-16
413
251


Applicable Net
Receipts Outlays



l 14



142

-1
......... i4 1
......... 21
.........


107 .........
98 .........
140 .........
92 .........
184 .........
78 .........
39 ....

1,541 .........


399

9
116
94

3,289



7.789
6.086
18

15,201
246

15.446


7,005
316


I'


Comparable Period Pruir Fisrcl Year


Outlays


107
98
140
92
184
78
39

1,541


Net
Outlays


- -' I


Applicable
Receipts



13



""'"""i i


3133

611
275
129

-10
420
253

150

112
79
146
86
151
73
42

1.501


112
79
146
86
151
73
42

1,501


399 562 ......... 562

9 9 ........... 9
116 242 ....... 242
94 114 ........... 114

3,289 3.580 3 3.576
--- _


'......... 7.789 I
....... 6,086
......... 18 I
L- i -^ -
S ......... 15,201 i
_.__. 246

........ 15,446


7.005
316


6.857
5,980
19

13.239
241


13,480
---4


5.876 ...........
294 ...........


..........6.857
........... 5.980
........... 5. 19
4... -- 1
.. ........ 13.239
241

13,480
..- -.. --.


5,876
294


1,316 ......... 1,316 7,321 ......... 7,321 6.170 ........... 6.170

7,059 ......... 7,059 36,660 ......... 36.660 32.506 ........... 32,506


See footnotes on page 3.


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TABLE III--RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In millions)

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


Department of Health and Human Services--Continued
Social Security Administration:
Payments to social security trust funds .............
Special benefits for disabled coal miners............
Supplemental security income program .............
Assistance payments program...................
Child support enforcement.........................
Energy and emergency assistance ..................
Refugee and entrant 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...............

Human Development Services:
Human services block grants ......................
Human development services ......................
Work incentives ..................................
Community services ..............................
Other ..........................................

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

Departmental Management...........................
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 supplemenlary medical insurance trust fund
Other ...........................................

Total- -Department of Health and Human Services


(**)
$91
653
521
145
333
48


$855
455
3,282
3,341
192
1,148
218


$855
455
3,282
3,341
192
1,148
218


$843
460
3,119
3,320

721
437


3843
460
3,119
3.320


43721
437


12,043 ......... 12,043 61,514 .......... 61,514 54,850 ........... 54,850
104 ......... 104 600 .......... 600 553 .......... 553
........... ......... ......... ............ .......... ........... ............ ............ ..............
........... ......... ......... ............ .......... ........... ........................ ...............

12,147 ......... 12,147 62,114 .......... 62,114 55,404 ........... 55,404


1,347 ......... 1,347 7,196 .......... 7,196 7,251 ........... 7,251
46 ......... 46 247 .......... 247 219 ........... 219
........... ......... ......... ............ .......... ........... ............ ............ ..............
........... ......... ......... ............ .......... ........... ............ ......... ....... .......

1,394 ......... 1,394 7,443 .......... 7,443 7,470 .......... 7,470

15,330 ......... 15,330 79,046 .......... 79,046 71,774 ........... 71,774


202 ......... 202 1,055 ......... 1,055 1,032 ........... 1,032
140 ......... 140 871 ......... 871 850 ........... 850
16 ......... 16 67 ......... 67 142 ........... 142
30 ......... 30 130 ......... 130 117 $1 116
38 (**) 38 91 (*) 91 2 ........... 2

427 ( ) 427 2,214 (*) 2,214 2.143 1 2.142


15
...........


...........
-1,171




...........
...........
... ". ..' ..

.. .. .. ..


22.279


$59


59


-1,171


22.220


134
............



-5,879


-680
-174
-207
............


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


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


114.404


$1,529


1.530


134
-1,529


-5,879


-680
-174
-207






112.873..
...........





112.873


65
............



-5,773


-675
-168
-207





103.244.
............
...........
............
...........o


103.244


1,559


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










1.563


-5,773


-675
-168
-207










101 681


See footnotes on pawe 3.


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TABLE Ill-RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS-Continued (In millions)


Classification of
OUTLAYS--Continued



Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Housing Programs:
Public enterprise funds-
Federal Housing Administration fund..............
Low-rent housing--loans and other expenses........
Housing for the elderly or handicapped fund........
Other .......................................
Rent supplement payments .........................
Homeownership assistance.......................
Rental housing assistance............... ..........
Low-rent public housing............................
College housing grants .............................
Lower income housing assistance...................
Payments for operation of low income housing
projects ..........................................
Other.............................................

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

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

Total--Government National Mortgage Association ..

Community Planning and Development:
Public enterprise fund........................ .....
Community development grants .....................
Urban development action grants ....................
Other...........................................

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

New Community Development Corporation ..............
Management and Administration.......................
Other ............... ..............................
Proprietary receipts from the public..................

Total--Department of Housing and Urban Development.

Department of the Interior-
Land and Water Resources:
Bureau of Land Management:
Management of lands and resources...............
Payments in lieu of taxes........................
Payments to states and counties for general purpose
fiscal assistance .................. ...........
Other..........................................

See footnotes on page 3.


This Month

Outlays I Applicable
Receipts


$139
-28
71
14
16
21
46
127
1
348

104
-10

848


$200
8
23
4




...........


Net
Outlays




-$61
-37
47
9
16
21
46
127
1
348

104
-10


Current Fiscal Year to Date


Outlays





$884
97
482
27
97
113
242
795
9
1,901

808
1

5,456


Applicable
Receipts


1


229 41 188. 1,538
1 1 1I 138
6 5 1 37
1 13 -12 4 I
7 ........... 7 -23 .......

245 61 184 1,695


Net
Outlays


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year


Outlays


7878 25 $727
56 42 647
111 371 412
39 -12 3
.... 97 114
... 113 106
.242 251 .
.... 795 945 .
9 9 .
... 1,901 1,256 .

... 808 341
... 1 39

,084 4,372 4,850
-+ --t-="f

705 834 1,486'
194 -56 195'
33 41 36,
60 -56 -3
.... -23 21, .

992 703 1.735


I


Net
Outlays




50
82
330
-23
114
106
251
945
9
1,256

341
39

3.500


Applicable
Receipts




4677
565
82
26









1,350

547
239
52
44

.. 882. .
882,


1 6 -4 49 33 16 76 36 40
260 ........... 260 1,521 ........... 1,521 1,627 ............ 1,627
32 ........... 32 202 ........... 202 160 ............ 160
(* ) ........... (-) 6 ........... 6 21 ............ 21

294 6 288 1,778 33 1,745 1,884 36 1,848
I ."I i" "--i 22 10 12 18 14 4
8 ........... 8 126 ........... 126 139 ............ 139
1 .......... 1 10 ........... 10 15 ............ 15
...........(* ) (**) ............ 2 -2 .. .......... 2 -2

1.396 303 1,093 9,088 2,121 6,967 8,642 2,284 6,358


92
(**)

1
5


153
(*)

362
32


I --


939
-44
-16
-47
21

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TABLE 111--RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS-Continued (In millions)

Classic n of This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year
Classification of __Oe O Ou1
OUTLAYS--Continued
Outlays Applicable Net Applicable Net Outlays Applicable Net
utays Receipts Outlays Outlays Receipts Outlays Outlays Receipts Outlays


Department of Interior--Continued
Land and Water Resources--Continued
Bureau of Reclamation:
Construction program ...... ....................
Operation and maintenance .......................
Other ....................................... .
Office of Water Research and Technology............

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

Fish and Wildlife and Parks:
United States Fish and Wildlife Service .............
National Park Service.............................

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

Energy and Minerals:
Geological Survey ...............................
Minerals Management Service......................
Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and
Enforcement ....................................
Bureau of Mines .................................

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

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

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

Office of Territorial Affairs ....................... ..
Office of the Solicitor and Office of the Secretary.......
Proprietary receipts from the public:
Receipts from oil and gas leases, national
petroleum reserves in Alaska.....................
Other ...........................................
Intrabudgetary transactions..........................

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

Department of Justice:
General Administration .............................
United States Parole Commission ....................
Legal Activities ....................................
Interagency Law Enforcement.......................
Federal Bureau of Tnvestigation ......................
Immigration and Naturalization Service ...............
Drug Enforcement Administration ....................
Federal Prison System ..............................
Office of Justice Assistance. Research and Statistics...
Proprietary receipts from the public .................

T',tal--Department of Justice ......................


.........
..........
...o..oo..


$121
52
197
5


. 21


$128
41
164
6


169 -1 170 896 27 869 907 21 887


37 .......... 37 191 ........... 191 190 ............ 190
61 .......... 61 381 ........... 381 429 ............ 429

98 .......... 98 571 ........... 571 619 ............ 619


42 .......... 42 206 ........... 206 229 ............ 229
11 .......... 11 37 ........... 37 ............. ............ ..................
10 .......... 10 57 ........... 57 51 ........... 51
13 1 12 69 7 62 68 7 61

76 1 75 370 7 363 348 7 342


(**) 1 (*) 3 4 -1 3 4 (**)
63 .......... 63 299 ........... 299 365 ............ 365
9 .......... 9 60 ........... 60 57 ............ 57
35 .......... 35 270 ........... 270 120 ............ 120
2 .......... 2 14 ........... 14 26 ............ 26

110 1 109 647 4 643 570 4 567
(* ) .......... (*) 90 ........... 90 106 ..... 106
-4 .......... -4 33 ........... 33 17 .. ..... 17

............. (~( ) ( *) ............ -35 35 ............. ............ ................
............. 121 -121 ............ 670 -670 ............. 900 -900
............. .......... .......-26 .......... -26 -33 ............ -33

449 121 328 2,581 673 1,908 2,536 931 1,605


12 .......... 12 37 ........... 37 17 ............ 17
(**) .......... ( 3 ........... 3 2 ............ 2
41 .......... 41 229 ........... 229 206 ............ 206
............ .......... ........ ....... .. ............, .... ....... .. .... ..............
58 ...... 58 311 ........... 311 294 ............ 294
46 .......... 46 193 ........... 193 159 ........... 159
29 .......... 29 111 ........... 111 86 ............ 86
36 1 34 170 7 163 152 6 146
11 .......... 11 74 ........... 74 133 ............ 133
............ 1 --1 ............ 8 -8 ............. 14 -14

233 2 230 1,127 16 1,112 1,049 20 1,029


See footnotes on page 3.


$27
...........









TABLE Ill--RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In millions)


Classification of
OUTLAYS--Continued



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

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

Total--Employment and Training Administration

Labor- Management Services Administration...........
Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation..................
Employment Standards Administration:
Salaries and expenses.............................
Special benefits...................................
Black lung disability trust fund......................
Special workers' compensation expenses .............
Occupational Safety and Health Administration ..........
Mine Safety and Health Administration .................
Bureau of Labor Statistics....... ..................
Department 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...........


2,915


This Month


Outlays




-5
259
18
-2
20

130

904
............


Applicable
Receipts


Net
Outlays



15
259
18
-2
20

130

904


__ ___ _- I 2-


2,915


Current Fiscal Year to Date


Outlays Applable
Receipts


$33
1,228
103
13
79

24

5,944
* )


Net
Outlays


:33
1,228
103
13
79

24

5,944


___________~__ _____ _ _--


2,739
125
11
(<


38
1


2,739
125
11



38
1


12,998
963
27
2


210
6


12,998
963
27
2


210
6



14,206


14,206


Comparable Period Prlr,r Fiscal Year


Ouldys Appl abl
Receipts


-34
1,500
110
29
198

18

857



7,226
831
31
1


143
5



8,236


Net
Outlays



$34
I 'o00
110
29
198

18

857



7.226
3 1
31


........... 143
........... 5



........... 8,238


1.?48 .......... 4,248 21.632 ........... 21,632 10.980 ...... 10.980

3 .......... 3 19 ... ........ 19 23 ........... 23
10 5 5 48 i 19 30 19 -12 7

10 ........ 10 63 ........... 63 62 ........... 62
63 ........ 63 -75 .......... -75 -72 ........... -72
54 .......... 54 270 1 ........... 270 367 .......... 367
3 .......... 3 16 ........... 16 12 ........... 12
15 .......... 15 74 1........... 74 77 ........... 77
10 .......... 10 58 ........... 58 55 ........... 55
2 .......... 2 51 ........... 51 43 ........... 43

............) () -14 .............. -10
-908 .......... -908 -5,978 8....... -861 ........... -861

3,526 5 3.521 16,215 33 16,182 10.748 22 10.726
____ _-- -==--- --= = =- --~-+--- --

79 .......... 79 444 ........... 444 379 ........... 379

11 .......... 11 52 5.......... 52 46 ........... 46

............ .......... ......... 91 ........... 91 37 ........... 37
16 .......... 16 6 80 ......... 80 72 .......... 72
1 .......... 1 6 .......... 6 9 ........... 9

107 .......... 107 674 ........... 674 542 ........... 542


See footnotes on page 3.


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TABLE III--RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Contlnued (In millions)
1


Classification of
OUTLAYS- -Continued



Department of State--Continued
International Organizations and Conferences............
International Commissions............................
Migration and Refugee Assistance .....................
International Narcotics Control .......................
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:
Federal Highway Administration:
Highway trust fund:
Federal-aid highways ............................
Other .........................................
Other programs ...................................

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

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

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

Urban Mass Transportation Administration ............
Federal Aviation Administration:
Operations......................................
Other ... .........................................
Airport and airway trust fund:
Grants-in-aid for airports........................
Facilities and equipment .........................
Other............................................

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

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

See footnotes on page 3.


This Month


Outlays



$21
1
4
2
2






(")


Applicable
Receipts




..........


-"3


Net
Outlays


=21
1
4
2
2
3




.... ....


Outl


Current Fiscal Year to Date

Applicable Net
ays Receipts Outlays


$357
12
103
14
3
.............


(-12
-127
(*)


..........
..........
..........
..........
..........
-919




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


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year

Applicable Net
Outlays Receipts Outlays


$298
14
135
19
2
.............


136 -3 139 1,036 -19 1,055 973 -2 975




514 .......... 514 3,566 .......... 3,566 3,158 ............. 3,158
9 .......... 9 10 .......... 10 12 ............. 12
22 .......... 22 81 .......... 81 66 ............. 66

545 .......... 545 3,657 ......... 3,657 3,236 ............. 3,236


5 .......... 5 28 .......... 28 22 ............. 22
7 .......... 7 45 .......... 45 83 ............. 83
1 ..........1 4 .......... 4 -9 ............. -9

7 5 2 60 32 28 63 34 29
1 .......... 1 9 .......... 9 16 ............. 16
2 .......... 2 34 .......... 34 29 ............. 29
12 .......... 12 125 .......... 125 116 ............. 116
184 .......... 184 328 .......... 328 393 ............. 393
84 .......... 84 154 .......... 154 764 ............. 764

291 5 286 709 32 678 1,380 34 1.347

241 .......... 241 1,333 .......... 1,333 1,611 ............. 1,611


233 .........


19 .......... 19 38 (II)


41

233


146
105
244

495

1.363


146
105
244

495

1.363


723 ............. 723
21 (") 21

137 ............. 137
112 ............. 112
185 ............. 185


433

1.177


433

1 177


--~~---~--


----~--~


18 ........... 18
4 ........... 4


..........



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



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


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








TABLE III--RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In millions)


Classilicatiun of
OUTLAYS--Continued



Department of Transportation--Continued
Coast Guard:
Operating expenses ...............................
Acquisition, construction, and improvements ........
Retired pay .......................................
Other..........................................

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

Maritime Administration:
Public enterprise funds.............................
Ship construction ..................................
Operating-differential subsidies.....................
Other............................................
Office of the Secretary ...............................
Other........................... ...................
Proprietary receipts from the public...................

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

Department qf the Treasury:
Office of the Secretary ..............................
Office of Revenue Sharing:
General Revenue Sharing ...........................
Other............................................
Federal Law Enforcement Training Center .............
Bureau of Government Financial Operations:
Salaries and expenses..............................
Claims, judgements, and relief acts.................
Payments to synthetic fuels corporations.............
Other...... ......... ...........................

Total--Bureau of Government Financial Operations..

Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms .............
United States Customs Service ........................
Bureau of Engraving and Printing......................
Bureau of the Mint................. ..................
Bureau of the Public Debt..............................
Internal Revenue Service:
Salaries and expenses..............................
Taxpayer service and returns processing.............
Examinations and appeals......................... ....
Investigations and collections ......................
Payment where credit exceeds liability for tax........
Refunding internal revenue collections, interest.......
Internal revenue collections for Puerto Rico...........
Other..........................................,


Outlays


$123
41
28
7

199


1,583


-23

12
(,i)
1

20
7
1
20
430

459

10
44,

2
19

13
65
74
59
187
125
26
--


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

See footnotes on page 3.


This Month

Applicable
Receipts


?8
..........
..........
..........
...oooo. o
..........


7

20-
W \


Net
Outlays



$123
41
28
7

198


Current Fiscal Year to Date


Outlays




$603
219
117
65

1.003


23
57
133
31
10
19


1.563 8.415
1.563 8.415I


Applicable
Receipts





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


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year


Net
Outlays


$603
219
117
62


2 1,001
- ---- -- -


28
...........
...........
...........

5


104


Outlaw's Applicable
Receipts
t


.5 0 ............
84 .............
100 .............
46 ?2

809 2


-5
57
133
31
10
15'
97n


8.311 ............650
8 311 8 650


.......... -23 -243 ........... -243

.......... 12 2,290 ........... 2,290
.......... (*) 2 ........... 2
.......... 1 6 ..........._ 6

.... ..... 20 110 ........... 110
.... 7 103 ........... 103
.......... 1 6 ......... 6
.......... 430 434 ........... 434

.......... 459 654 ........... 654

... 10 61 ........... 61
.......... 44 266 .......... 266
.......... ........... *-
........2 -22 ...... -22
..........19 72 7........... 72

.......... 13 60 ........... 60
.......... 65 377 ........... 377
.......... 74 440 ........... 440
.......... 59 ,334 ........... 334
.......... 187 196 ........... 196
.......... 125 1,071 ........... 1,071
.......... 26 145 ........... 145
26 i.. 1 1]

r." 549 2625 12,625


28
.............
.............
.............
.............


- -
90
-i -


Net
Outlays




$580
84
100
44

807


-18
92
161
40
10
22
-21

8,560


-341 ............. -341

2.284 ............. 2,284
2 .......... 2
6 ............. 6

83 ............. 83
109 .............. 109
4 ............ 4
4 .......... 4

199 ......... 199

56 ............. 56
228 ............. 228
-3 ............ -3
27 ............. 27
66 ............. 66

61 ........... 61
312 ............. 312
373 ............. 373
249 ............. 249
208 ............. 208
507 ............ 507
116 ............. 116
1 1 .
--ti"


1,826


1,826


-


----









TABLE III--RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In millions)
9- --~- -- -- -,- ----


Classification of
OUTLAYS- -Continued


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Veterans Administration:
Public enterprise funds:
Loan guaranty revolving fund .......................
Direct loan revolving fund.........................
Other ............................................
Compensation and pensions ..........................
Readjustment benefits................................
Medical care........................................
Medical and prosthetic research ....................
General operating expenses ..........................
Construction projects .............................
Insurance funds:
National service life.......................... ......
United States Government life ......................
Veterans special life.................. ...........
Other..................... .......... ... ....

See footnotes on page 3.


This Month


Current Fiscal Year to Date


-Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year


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


14 .......... 14 93 ........... $93 $75 75
9 $8 1 72 $82 -10 45 $66 -21

8,531 .......... 8,531 42,916 ........... 42,916 38,849 ........... 38849
720 .......... 720 9,843 ......... 9,843 8980 .... 8,980
9,251 .......... 9,251 52,759 ........... 52,759 47,829 ............ 47,829

..... 163 -163 ............ 829 -829 ............. 1,029 -1,029
..... 601 -601 ........... 3,979 -3,979 ............ 3,590 -3,590
-64 .........-64 -2,433 ........... -2,433 -1,767 ............-1,176

10,283 771 9,512 56,202 4,891 51,311 50,533 4,685 45,848

40 .......... 40 218 ........... 218 216 ...... 216
17 .......... 17 79 79 85 85
42 .......... 42 172 ........ 172 207 ........... 207
220 .......... 220 1,307 ........ 1,307 1,664 1,664
11 .......... 11 42 ....... 42 -8 -8
(*) (") (*) 41 (*) 41 29 (") 29
............ ( ) ( ) ............ ( ) ) .............
........ .......... ..........-40 ...........-40 -27 ............-27

331 (*) 331 1,820 (*) 1,819 2,165 1 2,165

397 .......... 397 2,064 ........... 2,064 2,168 ............ 2,168
9 .......... 9 37 ........... 37 53 53
88 .......... 88 501 ........... 501 441 ... 441
............ .......... ......... (* ) ........... ( ) ( ) ............ ( )
....... 1 -1 ............ 1 -1 ............. 1 -1

495 1 494 2,602 1 2,601 2,663 1 2,662


102
4
28
1,150
157
601
11
48
24

61
3
4
17


56
8
31



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

..........

..........


46
-4
-2
1,150
157
601
11
48
24

61
3
(17
17


460
17
162
5,770
797
2,947
57
275
168

353
25
23
102


473
40
187



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

...........




...........


-13
-23
-25
5,770
797
2,947
57
275
168

353
25
-30
102


291
19
156
5,503
928
2,571
53
260
170

370
24
24
89


195
40
173







48
...........


96
-21
-18
5,503
928
2,571
53
260
170

370
24
-24
89








TABLE III--RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (in millions)


Classification of
OUTLAYS- -Continued


Veterans Administration--Continued
Proprietary receipts from the public:
National Service life ...............................
United States government life .......................
Other ............................................
Intrabudgetary transactions...........................

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

Independent Agencies
Action..............................................
Board for International Broadcasting ...................
Civil Aeronautics Board ..................
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 Commumncations Commission .................
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation ................
Federal Emergency Management Agency:
Public enterprise funds ............................
Salaries and expenses..............................
State and local assistance...........................
Emergency planning assistance .....................
Federal Home Loan Bank Board:
Public enterprise funds:
Federal Home Loan Bank Board revolving fund......
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corp. fund.....
Interest adjustment payments .......................
Federal Trade Commission..........................
General Services Administration:
Real Property Activities ...........................
Personal Property Activities .......................
Records Activities ................................
Federal Property Resources Activities ..............
General Activities .................................
Proprietary receipts from the public:
Stockpile receipts ...............................
Other...........................................
Intrabudgetary transactions.........................


This Month


Outlays




...........



-2,211


8
10
4

3


2
40
11
161
6
17

32
7
12
7

10
24
( )
5

63
-16
7
1
8


...........


Total--General Services Administration ........... 63

See footnotes on page 3.


Applicable
Receipts
-1


'34

18


150



. "..".....
---,






289

693

21
...........
...........
...........

13
88




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

...........

3
-11
...........


Current Fiscal Year to Date


Outlays



-?34
(s)
-18


2,061


8
10
4

3


2
40
11
-128
6
-676

11
7
12
7

-3
-64

5

63
-16
7
1
8

-3
II


-8 _70


Applicable
Outlays Receipts




............. 8192
............. 1
............. 84
-$22 ..........

11,133 1.030


51 ..........
39 ..........
28 ,
-2 |
13
137 ..........

427 ..........
100 29
57 (**)
1,427 1,561
32 (*)
897 1,529

121 113
43 ..........
45 ..........
21 ..........

56 58
265 474
( ) ........
29 (*)


-239
-15
37
22
45




-150


..........

2

15..
15
15


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year


Net
Outlays



-?192
-1
-84
-22

10,103


51
39
28
-2
13
137

427
71
57
-133
32
-632

8
43
45
21

-3
-209

29

-239
-15
35
22
45

-15
-15


Applicable
Outlays Receipts


-.10
-4
10.450
-4

56
37
49
89
15
172

402
60
55
1,514
32
447

126
57
34
10

47
23
()
28

-163
73
38
53
55



(" )


1188
1
60


706


*.,
............



...........

108

1,304
'--
1,287

112




44
266




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



132
-55


- 32 -182 56 17 -21


---


Net
Outlays



-1188
-1
-60
-10

9,743


56
37
49
89
15
172
402
-48
55
210
32
-840

14
57
34
10

3
-242
(*.)
28

-163
73
38
53
55

-132
55












TABLE Ill--RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In millions)


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


Independent Agencies--Continued
Intragovernmental Agencies:
Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority ......
Other ............................................
International Communications Agency..................
Interstate Commercial Commission ......................
Legal Services Corporation...........................
Merit Systems Protection Board .....................
National Credit Union Administration:
Central liquidity facility............................
Other ............................................
National Foundation on the Arts and the Humanities:
National Endowment for the Arts ....................
National Endowment for the Humanities ..............
Institute of Museum Services ......................
National Labor Relations Board .......................
National Science Foundation ..........................
National Transportation Safety Board ..................
Nuclear Regulatory Commission ......................
Office of Personnel Management.
Salaries and expenses..............................
Government payment for annuitants, employees
health benefits ...................................
Payment to civil service retirement and disability
fund ...........................................
Civil service retirement and disability fund ..........
Employees health benefits fund......................
Employees life insurance fund .....................
Retired employees health benefits fund................
Other ........................................ ....
Proprietary receipts from the public .................
Intrabudgetary transactions:
Civil service retirement and disability fund:
Receipts transferred to Foreign Service retirement
and disability fund............................
General fund contributions......................
Other ........................................

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

Panama Canal Commission ...........................
Postal Service (payment to the Postal Service fund) .....


(**)

$35
4
20
2




-1
9
1
8
73
1
62


5

109

(**)
1,678
478
65
2
6
...........


4)
-4


(*)
(**)
(*)

(**)

$6






(**)
(**)
()


'1


513
185
1

(,)


(**)
(*)
$35
4
20
2

-6


-1
9
1
8
73
1
62


5

109


1,678
-36
-120
(*6)
6
(-)


55

449

(*)
8,432
2,238
319
7
-9
.............


$1
1
40



443
64




( )

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


2,208
583
7
. .. .


55

449


8,432
30
-265

-9
(<*)


$30
2
196
28
118
7

1,157
42

56
57
6
51
442
8
163


45

373


7,776
1,885
280
6
15


-5
(1*)
-1'


$1
1
44



1,168
81

(*)



(**)
(*)


1,846
517
6


... ... ...


45

373

(*)
7,776
39
-237

15
(*)


.. ..............
2,338 700 1,638 11,475 2,799 8,677 10,358.2,368 7,990


29
...........


30
.. .......


-1


163


169


See footnotes on page 3.


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TABLE Ill-RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Contlnued (in millions)


Classification of
OUTLAYS-- Continued


Independent Agencies--Continued
Railroad Retirement Board:
Federal windfall subsidy ..........................
Milwaukee railroad restructuring, administration.....
Railroad retirement accounts:
Benefits payments and claims....................
Advances to the railroad retirement account from
the FOASI trust fund ...........................
Advances to the railroad retirement account from
the FDI trust fund .............................
Disbursements for the payment of FOASI benefits ...
Disbursements for the payment of FDI benefits .....
Administrative expenses .........................
Interest on refunds of taxes.......................
Other..........................................
Proprietary receipts from the public ...............
Intrabudgetary transactions:
Railroad retirement account:
Payment to railroad retirement trust funds.......
Interest transferred to federal hospital insurance
trust fund ....................................
Interest on advances to railroad unemployment
insurance account ............................

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

Securities and Exchange Commission .................
Small Business Administration:
Public enterprise funds:
Business loan and investment fund ................
Disaster loan fund .............................
Other......................... ............. .....
Salaries and expenses..............................
Proprietary receipts from the public................

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

Smithsonian Institution ...............................
Tennessee Valley Authority...........................
United States Railway Association .....................
Other independent agencies ........................

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


This Month


Outlays


Applicable
Receipts


Net
Outlays


Current Fiscal Year to Date


Outlays


Applicable
Receipts


Net
Outlays


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year


Outlays


Applicable
Receipts


Net
Outlays


S..I t I t I- I. -..- + + ---


$36
-12

469

-1

(*)
44
4
4





-430


$36
-12

469

-1

(4)
44
4
4
(#*)




-430


$191
-10

2,332

-179

-18
220
22
19
( )-



-430


$191
-10

2,332

-179

-18
220
22
19
(*.)

()430


$127
18

2,172

-187

-22
187
22
17
1
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n. ,... .


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


3127
18

2,172

-187

-22
187
22
17
1
....... ......


114 (**) 114 2,147 (*) 2,147 2,336 (*) 2,336

6 (*) 6 37 (*) 37 31 () 31


83 $63 20 543 $273 270 569 4230 340
13 73 -60 324 400 -77 384 418 -34
3 1 2 19 5 14 11 10 1
17 ........... 17 91 ........... 91 86 ............ 86
............ (*) ( ) ............ ( ) ( ) (*) (* )

116 137 -21 977 679 299 1,050 658 392

12 (*) 12 74 (**) 74 69 (6) 69
302 379 -17 2,205 1,815 390 2,593 1,880 713
(**) ........... () 2 ........... 2 23 ............ 23
18 2 15 209 16 193 292 14 278

3,632 2,351 1,282 22,930 9,817 13,113 22,985 9,582 13,403


See footnotes on page 3.


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TABLE Ill--RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In millions


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


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 and Human Services:
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund..
Federal disability insurance trust fund.............
Federal hospital insurance trust fund ..............
Department of State:
Foreign Service retirement and disability fund......
Independent agencies:
Office of Personnel Management:
Civil Service retirement and disability fund.......
Receipts from off-budget Federal agencies:
Independent agencies:
Office of Personnel Management:
Civil Service retirement and disability fund.....

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

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 and Human Services:
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:
United States government life insurance fund........
National service life insurance fund................
Independent Agencies:
Office of Personnel Management:
Civil Service retirement and disability fund.......
Railroad Retirement Board
Rail road retirement account ....................
Other...........................................

Subtr ....................... ... ......... ......... ....


(*)

-$125
-23
-105

-3


-246


(**)

-$125
-23
-105

-3


(**)

-81

-603
-109
-311

-13


-1,375


-381


(**)
-$1

-603
-109
-311

-13


-1,375


-1,364


(**)

-81

-567
-89
-158

-13


-1,364


-364


-572 .......... -572 -2,794 ........... -2,794 -2,556 ............ -2,556



-3 .......... -3 -4 ........... -4 -3 ............ -3


( ) .......... ( ) -4 ........... -4 -3 ............ -3

-57 .......... -57 -276 ........... -276 -865 ............ -865
-15 .......... -15 -306 ........... -306 -126 ............ -126
-12 .......... -12 -1,027 ........... -1,027 -847 ............ -847
-10 .......... -10 -320 ........... -320 -200 ............ -200

-15 .......... -15 -458 ........... -458 -575 ............ -575
............. .......... ......... ............ ................. ........ ............ ............ .................

( ) .......... ( ) -62 ........... -62 -42 ............ -42

(*) .......... (*) -240 ........... -240 -271 ............ -271
-1 .......... -1 -522 ........... -522 -507 ............ -507

(*) .......... (*) -13 ........... -13 -14 ............ -14
-7 .......... -7 -374 ........... -374 -340 ............ -340


-64 .......... -64 -4,441 ........... -4,441 -3,680 ............ -3,680

-1 .......... -1 -29 ........... -29 -21 ............ -21
-6 .......... -6 -27 ........... -27 -11 ............ -11

-190 ........... -190 -8,103 .......... -8,103 -7,504 ............ -7,504


See footnotes on page 3.


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TABLE III--RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In millions)


Classification of
OUTLAYS--Continued



Undistributed offsetting receipts--Continued
Rents and royalties on the outer continental shelf lands.

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

Total budget outlays ..............................

Off-budget Federal entities-
Federal Financing Bank ...........................
Petroleum acquisition and transportation, strategic
petroleum reserve ..............................
Postal Service ....................................
Rural electrification and telephone revolving fund ....
Rural Telephone Bank ............................
Synthetic Fuels Corporation fund ...................
U.S. Railway Association .........................
Total-off-budget Federal entities.................

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

TOTAL BUDGET AND OFF-BUDGET

Budget receipts .....................................

Budget outlays .......................................

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

Off-budget surplus (.) or deficit (-1 .....................

Total surplus (.) or deficit (-) .........................


This Month

Outlays I cable
Receipts


-4762

71,239

1,895

87
1,711
103
6
1
3.... 803
3.803


2333

333

7,087

1,843


1,873
70
11
1


3,798


75,043 10,885


Net
Outlays


-8333

-1.095

64,152

52

87
-162
33
-5

(,,)

5

64,157


(Net Totals)
38,816

-64,152


-25,336


-25,341


Current Fiscal Year to Date

Outlays Applicable Net
Receipts Outlays
--- --4---
I
............. !4,035 --4,035
t-" -- -- ----
-10,897 4,035 -14,932

376,289 39,740 336,549


10,232 8,632

897 .........
9,957 10,927
419 420
71 42
6 6
3 72

21,584, 20,100

397,874 59,840


1,600


897
-970
-1
30
.............
-70

S 1,485

338,034

(Net Totals)
233,365
] -336,549
-336,549


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year

Outlays Applicable Net
SReceipts Outlays


....... 3,152 -3,152

-S10,061 1 3,152 -13,213

335,656 I 37,700 297.956

10,542 6,312 4,230

1,604 ............ 1,B04
9,333 10.235 -902
433 362 71
78 37 41
4 4 ................
9 38 -29
--4 -
22,002 16,988 5,014

357,659 54,688 302,971
-*-- --- +--==----- -
(Net Totals)
___ 244,299


i


I -Y F .----- I- 3


-103,184


-297,956
-53.657


- ,


1 _-5_____ -1,485 I


-104,669


~- ---______ ________ I_______


-5,014

-58,671


MEMORANDUM
Receipts offset against outlays (In millions)
Current
Fiscal year
to Date

Proprietary receipts ......................... t15,014
Receipts from off-budget Federal entities........ 3,979
Intrabudgetary transactions..................... 26,823

Total receipts offset against outlays ...... 45,817


Comparable Period
Prior Fiscal Year

813,596
3,590
24,217
41,403


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TABLE IV--MEANS OF FINANCING (In millions) 23


Net Transactions Account Balances
(Assets and Liabilities (-) denotes net reduction of either Current Fiscal Year
Directly Related to liability or asset accounts
Budget and Off-budget Activity)
Budget and Of t A ) Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of Close of
This Month This Month
This Year Prior Year This Year This Month


LIABILITY ACCOUNTS

Borrowing from the public:
Public debt securities, issued under general financial
authorities:
Obligations of the United States, issued by:
United States Treasury ...........................
Federal Financing Bank ..........................
Total public debt securities......................
Agency securities, issued under special financing
authorities (See Schedule B. For other agency
borrowing, see Schedule C)...........................
Total federal securities .........................
Deduct:
Federal securities held as investments of
government accounts (See Schedule D)..............
Total borrowing from the public ..................

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

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

ASSET ACCOUNTS (Deduct)
Cash and monetary assets:
U.S. Treasury operating cash:
Federal Reserve account ............................
Tax and loan note accounts...........................

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

Special drawing rights:
Total holdings......................................
SDR certificates issued to Federal Reserve Banks.......
Balance................ ...................... ....
Reserve position on the U.S. quota in the IMF:
U.S. subscription to International Monetary Fund:
Direct quota payments............................
Maintenance of value adjustments...................
Letter of credit issued to IMF........................
Dollar deposits with the IMF.........................
Receivable Payable (-) for interim maintenance of
value adjustments..................................

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

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

Total cash and monetary assets..........
Miscellaneous asset accounts ............................

Total asset accounts....................
Excess of liabilities (+) or assets (-)......................
Transactions not applied to current year's surplus or deficit
(See Schedule A for details) .............................
Total budgeting and off-budget financing
[Financing of deficit (*) or disposition of surplus (-)] .......
See footnotes on page 3.


!14,256
..........


$73,261


250,353


$1,142,035
(*)


$1,201,040
(**)


$1,215,296


14,256 73,261 50,353 1,142,035 1,201,040 1,215,296


-22 -115 -968 4,952 4,859 4,836

14,233 73,146 49,385 1,146,987 1,205,899 1,220,132


-3,686 -13,238 -6,685 217,640 208,089 204,402
17,919 86,384 56,070 929,346 997,811 1,015,730
-2,838 -609 1,558 15,208 17,436 14,598
17 86 -87 5,254 5,323 5,340
-330 173 301 8,154 8,657 8,327

4,305 4,048 4,490 9,399 9,142 13,447

19,073 90,081 62,333 967,362 1,038,370 1,057,443




229 -8,118 315 10,975 2,627 2.856
-7,725 -11,039 1,683 18,189 14,875 7,150
-7,496 -19,157 1,998 29,164 17,502 10,006

17 475 463 4,809 5,267 5,284
......... -400 -250 -4,218 -4,618 -4,618

17 75 213 591 649 666


......... ........ ......... 14,171 14,171 14,171
44 222 -223 -652 -474 -430
414 1,748 643 -8,599 -7,265 -6,851
9 6 1 -34 -37 -28

-22 -130 149 456 348 326

445 1,846 570 5,343 6,743 7,189
113 462 88 942 1,291 1,404
-576 -1,093 -193 10,220 9,702 9,127
-7,496 -17,868 2,676 46,260 35,887 28,392

1,263 3,436 1,173 11,519 13,692 14,955
-6,233 -14,431 3,849 57,778 49,580 43.347

-25.306 +104,513 *58,484 *909,583 +988,790 1.014,096

36 156 188 .......... 120 156

-25,341 '104,669 58.671 +909,583 +988,910 +1,014.252







TABLE IV-SCHEDULE A-ANALYSIS OFCHANGE IN EXCESS OF LIABILITIES (In millions)


Cl.i ssific.i t 1in


Excess of liabilities beginning of perl0d
Based on composition lo unified budget in preceding period...
Adjustin-rins during current i.c.i l yvc.r for changes in
compoistlon uo unified budget ... .. ............


!988,790


Excess of liabilities beginning of period (current basis) ........ 988,790
---- _..


Pud.ert -urplus (-) or deficit:
B.ias'd on c minipositiin of umniied Lbudge in priir fiscal ye.lr...
Chranice in composilion of unified budget .................

Rudket surplus (-) or deficit (T.T ble III I ................. ...

OfI-hudiLrt surplus (-) or deficit I Table Ill[ ..................

Total budget surplus (-) or deficit (Table Ill) ............

Transactions not applied to current year's surplus ur deficit
Seigniurage ............................ ................
Increm ent on gold .....................................
Proceeds from currency ....... ......................
Profit on sale of gold ...............................
Net gain (- loss for IM F loan valuation adjustment .........

Total--Transactions not appliCd iir current year's
surplus or deficit .....................................

E.cess of liabilities close of period ....... .................


Fiscal Year to Date

This Year Priur Year



S909,583 !782.009


909,583 782.009
,_, -


25,336 103,184
.......... .........


53,657


25,336 103,184 53.657

5 1.485 5,014
-=-- ----- -- _- -
25.341 104,669 58,671


-36 -156 -188
........ ........... .




-36 -156 -188

1,014,096 1,014,096 840,493


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


Classification




Agency securities issued under special financing authorities
Obligations of the United States, issued by
Export-Im port 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

Fiscal Year to Date
This Month -------
This Year Prior Year


-2326


-56

-36


Account Balances
Current Fiscal Year


Beginmng of


This Year 'This Month


( )

2,165

250
1,725


2,165

250
1,725


Close of
This Month




878


336

281


1


(*)

2,165

250
1,725


-22 -115 1 -968 4,952 4,859 4,836


See footnotes on page 3.


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TABLE IV--SCHEDULE C (MEMORANDUM)--AGENCY BORROWING FINANCED THROUGH 25
ISSUE OF PUBLIC DEBT SECURITIES (In millions)


Transactions Account Balances
Current Fiscal Year
Classification
Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of
This Month Close of
ThThis Year Com le This This This Month T
Prior Year

Borrowing from the Treasury:
Commodity Credit Corporation ......................... $1,138 $3,677 t734 $18,808 $21,347 122,485
Commerce, Fishing Vessels NOAA.................... .......... 3 ......... 2 4 5
Export-Import Bank of United States..................... .......... -4 203 4 ............ ..............
Federal Emergency Management Agency:
National Insurance Development Fund ............. ........... 10 10 30 40 40
National flood insurance fund..................................... .......... -306 ..
Federal Financing Bank ................................ 36 2,293 5,123 124,357 126,613 126,650
Federal Housing Administration:
General insurance ....................................... .......... ...........2 2,098 2,098 2,098
Special risk Lnsurance................................ ........ .......... ........... 2,014 2,014 2,014
General Services Administration:
Pennsylvania Avenue Development Corporation............ ....... -1 ........... 57 56 56
Government National Mortgage Association:
Emergency home purchase assistance fund ............. .......... -56 -50 2,286 2,230 2,230
Special assistance functions.......................... 158 769 1,008 7,744 8,355 8,513
Rural Commumcation Development Fund ................. 1 3 1 7 9 10
Rural Electrification Administration.................... ....... .... .49 115 7,865 7,914 7,914
Rural Telephone Bank .................................. 1 31 16 679 709 710
Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation .......... .... ....... ........... -1 110 110 110
Secretary of Agriculture, Farmers Home Administration:
Rural housing insurance fund.................. ...... .......... 75 -70 2,241 2,316 2,316
Agricultural credit insurance fund........................ 75 ........... 2,375 2,450 2,450
Rural development insurance fund ..................... .......... 55 160 1,045 1,100 1,100
Secretary of Education
College housing loans .................................... ....... .......... ........... 2,687 2,687 2,687
Secretary of Energy:
Bonneville Power Administration........................ ........ 70 ........... 910 980 980
Secretary of Housing and Urban Development:
Housing for the Elderly and Handicapped ............... 35 381 345 2,830 3,176 3,211
Low-Rent Public Housing............................. .......... .......... 100 ........... ............ ..............
New communities guaranty:
Title IV........................................... .......... ......... 8 8 8
Title VII....................................... ....... 17 .......... 349 366 366
Urban renewal fund .................................. .......... -50 15 50 ............ ..............
Secretary of the Interior:
Bureau of Mines, helium fund................................... ......... ............ 252 252 252
Secretary of Transportation:
Railroad Revitalization and Improvement........................ .. .... -4 4 11 7 7
Rail Service Assistance ............................ ...... i-1 1 6 5 5
Regional Rail Reorganization......................... 54 79 722 195 220 274
Small Business Administration, Disaster Loan Fund....... -50 -200 ........... 325 175 125
Smithsonian Institution.
John F. Kennedy Center parking facilities.............. .......... .......... ........... 20 20 20
United States Information Agency........................ .................... .......................... ............
Tennessee Valley Authority ........................... .......... ......... ........ 150 150 150
Veterans Administration:
Veterans direct loan program......................... .......... ......... ........... 1,730 1,730 1,730
Total Borrowing from the Treaury ........................ 1,373 7,271 8.130 181,245 187,141 188.516

Export-Import Bank of the United States ................. ........ 223 332 13,954 14,177 14,177
National Credit Union Administration .................... -6 -36 -10 130 100 94
Postal Service.................................................... ...... ........... 1,221 1,221 1,221
Tennessee Valley Authority ............................ 50 405 561 12,285 12,640 12,690
U.S. Railway Association ........................ ........ .......... -69 -5 195 122 122
Total Borrowing from the Federal Financing Bank .............. .44 523 878 27,785 28.260 28.304

Total Agency Borrowing financed through
issues of Public Debt Securties ...................... 1,417 7,794 9,008 209,030 215,401 216,820

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.

See footnotes on page 3.






TABLE IV-SCHEDULE D-INVESTMENTS OF GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTS
IN FEDERAL SECURITIES (In millions)


Net P



This Month


Federal Funds
Department ol Agriculture
Agency securities ...................................

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

Department of Housing and Urban Development
Federal Housing Administration
Federal housing administration fund:
Public debt securities ............................
Agency securities ................... ...........
Government National Mortgage Association:
Emergency mortgage purchase assistance:
Agency securities ...............................
Special assistance function fund:
Public debt securities............................
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
Commuruty disposal operations fund:
Agency securities .................. .............
Department of the Interior ............................
Department of Labor..................................
Department of Transportation .........................
Department of the Treasury.............................

Veterans Administration:
Veterans reopened insurance fund.....................

Independent Agencies
Export-Import Bank of the United States ...............
Federal Emergency Management Agency
National insurance development fund ................
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation:
Public debt securities ............................
Agency securities..................................
Na ional Credit Union Administration ..................
Tennessee Valley Authority:
Agency securities .................................
Other...............................................

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

Total Federal funds.............................

Trust Funds:
Legislative Branch:
United States Tax Court.............................
Library of Congress ................................
The Judiciary.
Judicial Survivors Annuity Fund.......................
Funds Appropriated to the President.....................

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

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

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


$1



-5
( -)


-3

(*)
12
(**)

(*)



29
-4
2
51


(a)

113

-6

43

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


14


purchases or Sa


les (-)


Fiscal Year to Date


This Year





$4



19
-17



-1
-10

-1
-1
55
1

61



376
-30
13
-1,448


19


337

81

188
... ,..
28

-80
29


Prior Year



-15





-71
(< )


-8

-1

46
1

-353



367
11.........

-1,126


14



-6

253
-11
23

75


Securities Held as Investments
Current Fiscal Year

Beginning of
Close of
This Month
This Year This Month


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

13



2,579
162


11


54

18

379
66

1,143
12


(-)1
4,808
265
249
3,011


524


5,159
67
200

80
798


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

$7



2,603
145


11

............
47

17

423
66

1,203
12


(*r)
5,154
239
259
1,513


544


225

87

5,304
67
228

............
813


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

$8



2,596
145


11

................
44

17

435
67

1,204
12


(. )
5,184
235
262
1,564


543


337

81

5,347
67
228

827................
827


251 -267 -767 19,119 18,602 18,852
-3 -108 -24 471 366 363

247 -375 -792 19,590 18,968 19,215


(.*)


3

...........
3



-4.595

163

-76
103
1


4,316
-455
-3,510

-13,068
455
608
2


( )


I-,

(**)


15



-6,283

32

648
...........
1,284
2


11,477
455
6,753

20,800

5,874
14


20,387
............
3,000

7,808
455
6,379
15


1
2

75
1

116

(*"-
72


15,793

3,243

7,732
455
6,482
16


See footnotes on page 3.


Cl.ssificJiitn






TABLE IV-SCHEDULE D-INVESTMENTS OF GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTS 27
IN FEDERAL SECURITIES (In millions)-Continued


Net Purchases or Sales () Securities Held as Investments
Net Purchases or Sales Current Fiscal Year
Classification
Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of Close of
This Month i This Month
This Month Prior Year This Year This Month

Trust funds--Continued
Department of the Interior.............................. $23 -1 -49 335 S312 $334
Department of Labor:
Unemployment trust fund ................ ............. 187 -2,103 -2,123 9,644 7,354 7,541
Other.............................................. -3 -7 -7 13 9 6
Department of State:
Foreign service retirement and disability fund.......... -7 138 33 1,190 1,335 1,327
Other ....................................... ..... (I) (*) (*) 1 1 1
Department of Transportation:
Airport and airway trust fund ......................... 146 627 -203 3,868 4,349 4,495
Highway trust fund................................... -3 -288 74 8,749 8,464 8,461
Other. ...................................... ........ (* ) ( ) (*) ( ( ) (**)
Department of the Treasury ............................. 13 7 21 89 83 96
Environmental Protection Agency ....................... 7 81 116 410 484 491
Veterans Administration:
Government life insurance fund ........................ -3 -11 -8 356 348 345
National service life insurance fund:
Public debt securities............................. -28 205 167 8,311 8,544 8,516
Agency securities............................. .. ........ .......... .... ....... 135 135 135
Veterans special life insurance fund ................... 1 30 23 760 789 790
General Post Fund National Homes .................... .......... .......... -1 5 5 5
Independent Agencies:
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation ................ 461 419 821 13,334 13,292 13,753
General Services Administration ...................... (*) 1 (*) 3 4 4
Harry S. Truman Memorial Scholarship Trust Fund..... 1 1 (**) 40 41 41
Japan-United States Friendship Commission............ () () .......... 19 18 18
Office of Personnel Management:
Civil Service retirement and disability fund:
Public debt securities........................... -915 -448 -762 95,858 96,324 A 95,409
Agency securities........ ............. ........... ....... ...... .......... 175 175 175
Employees health benefits fund..................... 36 -21 -19 664 607 643
Employees life insurance fund..... .........................120 267 246 4,680 4,827 4,947
Retired employees health benefits fund............... .......... ......... -1 1 1 1
Railroad Retirement Board ........................... 371 -774 -915 1,220 75 446
Other.................................. ................ .......... 1 ........... ........... 1 1


Total public debt securities .........................
Total agency securities...........................
Total trust funds.................................
Off-budget Federal entities:
Federal Financing Bank .............................
Postal Service.......................................
Rural electrification and telephone revolving fund .........
Total public debt securities...........................
Total Off-budget Federal entities....................
Grand Total.............................................


-3,993 -13,504 -6,909 194,710 185,198 181,205
.......... ......... ........... 765 765 765

-3,993 -13,504 -6,909 195,475 185,963 181,970


59 642 1 015 2,572 3,155 3,214
.......... ......... )_ 3 3 3
59 642 1,015 2,575 3,158 3,217
59 642 1,015 2,575 3,158 3,217
-3,686 -13,238 -6,685 217,640 208,089 204.402


Note: Investments are in Public Debt Securities unless otherwise noted.
See footnotes on page 3.






TABLE V--COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS
BY MONTHS OF CURRENT FISCAL YEAR (In million


Classificalion


NET RECEIPTS
Individual income taxes.........
Corporation income taxes.......
'Social insurance taxes and
contributions
Employment taxes and
contributions ...............
Unemployment insurance .....
Cont nbutions for other
insurance and retirement ....
Excise taxes ..................
Estate and gift taxes ..........
Customs duties ................
Miscellaneous receipts.........

Total-- receipts this
year ...............

olal-trreepiprspr or yee ....
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
export programs and
Commodity Credit
Corporation ................
Other.............. .. ....
Department of Commerce......
Department of Defense'
Military-
Department of the Army....
Department of the Navy.....
Department of Air Force ...
Defense agencies ..........

Total Military........

Civil ......................
Department of Education........
Department of Energy..........
Department of Health and
Human Services-
Human Development
Services ...................
Health Care Fmancing
Administration:
Grants to States for
Medicaid.................
Federal Hospital Ins.
Trust Fund.............
Federal Supp. Med. Ins.
Trust Fund...............
Other.....................
Social Security Adm.:
Assis. Pmts. Program.....
Federal Old-Age and
Survivors Insurance
Trust Fund ..............
Federal Disability Ins.
Trust Fund ..............
Other.....................
Other.................... ...


Oct.

Oct. Nov.


1 I I


$20,832
-461


Dec.


.1


Jan. Feb.
Jan. 1 Feb.


$22.452 524,946'134,151 ',20,544
-680 8,1641 1,164, -274


14.072 12,924 15,139;
762 1,629 2641
324 349 373
2,623 2.925 2,674
500 472 572
675 692 724:
1,212 1,243 1,6431


40,539


42,007


15,895 11,888
789 1.553

387 356
2,707 2,795
553 349
485 503
1,374 1.101


54,498' 57,505 38,816


March


April


June


Aug.


Fiscal
Sept. Year
To
Date



13122,925
7,914


69,917
4,997

1,789
13,724
2,446
3,078
6,573


+ I 4 -.-.-4.-4.--d4


233,365


Com-
parable
Period
Prior
F. Y.



3123,753
15,994


68,070
4,561

1,658
16,448
3,365
3,676
6.775


S45.1 0 44 01 56.822' 55.16 43.042 ....... 244.299


103 120 i 145' 104 91 563 562
50 91, 53 54 77 325 252

10 5I 7 11 6 39 40


I 367 139 1 843 i 140 203 1,693 1,404

295 99 53 416 60 923 789
112 -228 -197, 189 -271 -396 04



S1,8711 3,396 5,049' 3,730 1 1,127 15,175 9,258
2,235 1,977 2.449 2,106 1 2,720 11,487 9,310
146 124 170 130 141 711 882

3,835 4,107 4,394 3,808 4,023 20,168 17,238
5,465 5,331 5,602 5,288 5,276 26,963 23,546
4,583 5,173 5,799 4,874 5,012 25,441 21,821
2.012 1,850 1,820 1,925 1,890 9.497 9,537

15,896 16,461 j 17,615 15,896 16,199 82,01 72,142


274
1,215
908


413


1,516

2,965

S1,441
1,173

772

12,384

1,540
826
-830


269
1,305
804


449


1.632

S3,057

1,517
1,124

663

12,712

1,501
936
-776


247
1,168
920


4161


1,485

3,3861

1.5501
1,469
567

12,514

1,492
2.611
-2,049


208
1,459
636


5091


1,611

3,021

1,497
1,157

818

12,357

1,516
5061
-796


221
1,231
668


427


1,545

3,018

1,316
1,180

521

12,147

1,394
1,269
-596


1,220
6,377
3,936


2,214


7,789

15,446
7,321
6,104

3,341

62,114

7,443
6,149
-5,047


1,225
6,579
3,169



2,142


6,857

13,480
6,170
6,000

3,320

55,404

7,470
5,580
-4,741


_ __~






TABLE V--COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS
BY MONTHS OF CURRENT FISCAL YEAR (In millions)--Continued



Oct. i Nov. Dec. I Jan. Feb. March April May June July Aug.


OUTLAYS- -Continued

Department of Housing
and Urban Development ........
Department of the Interior .......
Department of Justice...........
Department of Labor-
Unemployment trust fund ......
O their ... ................
Department of State ............
Department of Transportation:
Highway Trust fund ...........
O ther........... ............
Department of the Treasury
Interest on the public debt .....
General revenue sharing ......
Other. ..................... .
Environmental Protection
Agency .......................
National Aeronautics and
Space Administration ..........
Veterans Administration.
Compensation and pensions ....
National service ie ..........
Government service life.......
Other........................
Independent Agencies.
General Services Admin......
Office of Personnel Manage-
m ent .......................
Postal Service .............
Small Business Administration.
Tennessee Valley Authority....
Other ind. agencies.........
Undistributed offsetting receipts-
Federal employer contributions
to retirement fund ...........
Interest credited to certain
accounts....................
Rents and Royalties on Outer
Continental Shelf Lands ......

Totals-this year:
Budget outlays ...............

Budget surplus (+i or deficit (-I

Off-budget surplus (.1 or
deficit (-)...................

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


11,517
332
212

2,454
300
199

894
835

8,917
1.138
-906

355

4821

1,107
51
4
780

-240

1,801
220
355
131
1,406


-512 1

-164

-644


11,091 21,623
577 358
224 202

2,725 2,974
276 583'
301 2851

872 676
1,018 877

9,253 16,289
12 --
-189 -1,962

389 373!

632 524

1,161 2,298'
38' 45;
4 4
862 852

167 44

1,6301 1,836;
...... ..-...
37 -44
129 93.
326' 1,430,


-494 -646,

-221 -7,498

-2,036 -7431


66,708


rl,644
313
243

3,138
211
132

611
966

9,049
1,127
-929

371

468

54
-1
8
773

-223

1,771
190'
-29.
55
745


-570

-31

-279


66,166


I : I


11,093
328
230

2,915
606
139

523
1,040

9,251
12
249

331

494

1,150,
27
3
881

70

1,638

-21
-17
-389


72,436 67,087: 64.152


-26,169 -24,1581-17,9381 -9,582


-294


-25,336


-165 -3341


-26,462 -24,845 -18,103 -9,916 -25,341


r


"6,967
1.908
1,112

14,206
1,976
1,055

3,576
4,735
52,759
2,290
-3,737 ,

1,819

2,601

5.770
161
24
4,148

-182

8,677"
410
299
390
3,5191


-2,794

-8,103i

-4,035!!


'I
336,549 .........

-103.184 .........


-1.485'1 .........

-104,669 .........
h


Totals-prlor j rar
Budget outlays ................ 63.256 54.6581 '6290


45.930 5'.822


Budget surplus f+ or deficr I.) ...... .18.105 .10.6421 .19.468' 9 339 .14 780

Off-hudget surplus I* or deficit ... .. .644 -I 880 -1.048_ .-121 .2

Total surplus I ordefir Ilf ......... 18 49 .12.522 -205161 .8109 .14.993

See footnotes on page 3.


........ 3 .3,65'


. ..... -"- I1


i ........ 6 'l


Classification


Sept.


Fiscal
Year
To
Date


Com-
parable
Period
Prior
F. Y.


9" 956


i


nl


I I





I _


16,358
1,605
1,029

8,236
2,490
975

3,170
5,390
47,829
2,284
-4,265

2.165

2.662

5,503
182
23
4,035

-21

7.990
417
392
713
3,911


-2.556

-7,504

-3.152


,


t


r


t-t---- ~-----...


I


!






30 TABLE VI-TRUST FUND IMPACT ON BUDGET RESULTS AND INVESTMENT HOLDINGS (In millions)


Current Month Fiscal Year to Date Secu

on -- -


rities held as Investments
Current Fiscal Year


Classificat


Receipts I Outlays


Trust receipts, outlays, and invest-
ments held.
Airport and airway ................
Black lung disability trust fund......
Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.....
Federal disability insurance ........
Federal employees life and health
benefits.........................
Federal employees retirement ......
Federal hospital insurance..........
Federal old-age and survivors
insurance........................
Federal supplementary medical
insurance........................
General Revenue Sharing ..........
Highway ..........................
Military assistance advances........
Railroad retirement ..............
Unemployment ....................
Veterans life insurance.............
All other trust.....................

Trust fund receipts and outlays
on the basis of Table HI 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 m ............
Interfund receipts offset against
Federal fund outlays ..............

Total Federal fund receipts and
outlays ........................

Total interfund receipts and outlays....

Net budget receipts and outlays.........


$192
19

1,396


355
2,275

7,796


444

420
1,553

19


14,470


3,278


141
18
-676
1,356

-156
1,308
2,899

11,965

80
12
529
-227
89
2,029
24
10


19,300


3,278


Excess





$151
1
676
40

158
-953
-823

-4,168

-80
-12
-86
227
331
-475
-24
8


-4,830


Receipts





S880
207

8,297

1,786
13,216

47,121


2,612

1,284
4,997

136


80,535


24,441


Outlays





S254
206
-632
6,854

-235
2,100
13,892

60,554

-344
2,290
3,103
-324
1,937
7,834
-233
57


97,312


24,441


Excess


1626

632
1,444

235
-313
-677

-13,434

344
-2,290
-492
324
-653
-2,837
233
79


-16,777


17.748 22,578 -4,830 104,976 121,753 -16,777


24,346 44,852 -20,506 152,830 239,237 -86,407

23 23 ....... 83 83 .......


24,369 44,875 -20,506 152,913 239,320 -86,407
-3,301 -3,301 ....... -24,524 -24,524 .......


38,816


64,152


-25,336


233,365


336,549 -103,184


Beginning of

This Year' This Month


$3,868

13,334
6,753

5,344
97,296
20,800

11,932

5,874

8,749

1,220
9,644
9,562
1,100


195,475


94,349

13,292
3,080

5,434
97,909
8,263

20,387

6,379

8,464
..........
75
7,354
9,816
1,159


185,963


Close of
This Month


$4,495
.............
13,753
3,243

5,590
96,987
8,187

15,793

6,482
.............
8,461

446
7,541
9,786
1,207


181,970


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 finds respectively.


1


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TABLE VII-SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS BY SOURCE AND OUTLAYS BY FUNCTION (In millions) 31


Receipts and Outlays


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


Tlus Month


$20,544
-274

11,888
1,553
356
2,795
349
503
1,101


Fiscal Year Comparable Period
To Date Prior Fiscal Year




8122,925 1123,753
7,914 15,994

69,917 68,070
4,997 4,561
1,789 1,658
13,724 16,448


2,446
3,078
6,573


3,365
3,676
6,775


38,816 233,365 244,299


16,567 84,225 73.895
108 3,029 3.824
610 3,309 3,099
330 2,187 2,228
998 5,301 5,386
2,170 16,070 9,002
-559 2,689 2,816
1,557 8,463 8.807
405 3,211 3,500
2,159 10,662 11,219
6,575 33,129 29,220
22.812 115,258 99,397
2,063 10,117 9,757
412 2,029 1,830
345 1,802 1,990
89 3,276 3.182
8,606 46.724 42,015
-1,095 -14,932 -13,213

64,152 336,549 297,956


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