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Monthly Treasury Statement of

Receipts and Outlays of the United States Government

for period from October 1, 1978 through January 31, 1979

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


Period


Current month (Jan. 1979) ..................
Actual 1979 (four months)...................

Comparative data:
Actual 1978 (four months)................
Actual 1978 (full year)...................
Estimated 19791 ...........................
Estimated 1980...........................


Budget Receipts and Outlays


Net
Receipts


'38,304
137.814


117,724
401,997
455,989
502,553


Net
Outlays


Budget
Surplus (+)
or
Deficit(-)


By
Borrowing
from the
Public


4 44 -


"41,095
164,313

150,224
450,758
493,368
531,566


-12,731
-26,499

-32,500
-48,761
-37,379
-29,013


$3,312
18,565

26,703
59,106
40,000
39,000


Means of Financing


By Reduction
of Cash
and Monetary
Assets
Increase (-)


-1227
8,017

6,711
-3,023
9,944
...............


By
Other
Means


-$353
-84

-914
-7,323
-12,565
-9,987


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


Classification


NET RECEIPTS
Individual income taxes ............................ .
Corporation income taxes ....................... .t *
Social insurance taxes and contributions: 4j --
Employment taxes and contributions ......... R .. ......
Unemployment insurance .................. .. ..........
Contributions for other insurance and retire ...........
Excise taxes ................. ....... ... ............
Estate and gift taxes .................... .'. ... ..
Customs duties ................... ... AD .
Miscellaneous receipts..................... ... .... ....
Total .................................. ... ..... ....

NET OUTLAYS 6'
Legislative Branch ............................ .
The Judiciary .................................... Ii_
Executive Office of the President..................... .
Funds Appropriated to the President:
International security assistance .............................
International development assistance..........................
Other. ...................................................
Department of Agriculture ....................................
Department of Commerce.........................................
Department of Defense Military ......... ...... ............
Department of Defense Civil .................................
Department of Energy.........................................
Department of Health. Education, and Welfare...................
Department of Housing and Urban Development ..................
Department of the Inleror ........ .............. ..............
Department of Justice.................. ................. .......
Department of Labor .........................................
Department of State..........................................
Department of Transportation .................................
Department of the Treasury:
Interest on the public debt .................................
General revenue sharing....................................
Other.......................................................
Environmental Protection Agency ............................
General Services Administration ...............................
National Aeronautics and Space Administration...................
Veterans Administration.....................................
Other independent agencies .....................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts:
Federal employer contributions to retirement funds ............
Interest on certain Government accounts ............. ......
Rents and royalties on the Outer Continental Shelf lands.........

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


See footnotes on page 3.

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


Total
Budget
Financing



t2,731
26,499

32,500
48,761
37,379
29,013


212
155
-11
3,352
355
9,218
218
571
14,416
807
246
229
2,043
107
1,295

4,112
1,699
-742
430
-192
354
754
1,849

-378
9
-147

41,095
-2,731


360
114
25

-160
646
248
10,562
1,737
36,989
974
2,422
58,048
2,924
1,020
870
6,456
426
5,428

20,217
3,406
-1,370
1,530
-162
1,338
6,712
10,049

-1,449
-4,544
-502


164,313

-26,499


335
104
25

405
432
153
10,320
1,327
33,043
840
1,789
52,378
2,699
1,232
802
6,981
389
4,738

16,479
3,408
-12
1,333
-150
1,284
6,458
9,516

-1,447
-3,935
-701

150,224

-32,500


1,209
526
88

2,485
1,667
938
20,205
4,331
111,900
2,644
8,946
180,714
8,962
4,015
2,586
22,854
1,399
15,363

59,800
6,852
-1,190
4,194
158
4,401
20,315
26,675

-5,388
-9,782
-3,500

493,368

-37,379








TABLE III--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands) 1t


Classification of
Receipts


Individual income taxes:
Withheld ........................... ..........
Presidential Election Campaign Fund .................
Other ............................................

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Total--Federal employees retirement
contributions.......................
See footnotes on page 3.


This Month

Gross Refunds Net
Receipts (Deduct) Receipts


2$15,843,085
489
7,865,688

23,709,262


$42,025 $23,667,237


Current Fiscal Year to Date Comparable Period Pri

Gross Refunds Net Gross Refunds
Receipts (Deduct) Receipts Receipts (Deduct)


$62,596,715
723
10,333,222

72,930,660


$666,935


__ __ __ _______ -4 -


2,538,746


392,374


2,146,372


17,284,039


2,019,387


$72,263,725


15,264,652


?52,146,702
754
9,064,443
61,211,899

15,366,960


$600,801

1,798,276


or Fiscal Year


Net
Receipts


$60,611,098

13,568,684


25j672,576 ........... 5,672,576 19,943,576 ............ 19,943,576 17,928,492 ............. 17,928,492
3253,555 ........... 253,555 253,555 ............ 253,555 208,472 ............. 208,472
-87,629 ............ -87,629 1,732,353 ............ 1,732,353 1,622,538 ............. 1,622,538

5,838,502 ........... 5,838,502 21,929,483 ............ 21,929,483 19,759,502 ............. 19,759,502

'993,334 ........... 993,334 3,580,334 ............ 3,580,334 2,510,170 ........... 2,510,170
244,917 ........... 44,917 44,917 ............ 44,917 27,727 ............. 27,727
39,734 ............ 39,734 409,169 ............ 409,169 304,122 ............. 304,122

1,077,986 ........... 1,077,986 4,034,421 ............ 4,034,421 2,842,020 ............. 2,842,020

21,376,801 ........... 1,376,801 4,715,801 ............ 4,715,801 3,838,648 ............. 3,838,648
242,114 ........... 42,114 42,114 ............ 42,114 29,821 ............ 29,821

53,196 ............. 53,196 529,278 ............ 529,278 475,880 ............. 475,880
1,650 ........... 1,650 5,520 ............ 5,520 5,152 ............. 5,152

1,473,761 .......... 1,473,761 5,292,712 ............ 5,292,712 4,349,501 ............. 4,349,501

48,570 2 48,568 598,659 29 598,630 535,527 485 535,042

8,438,819 2 8,438,817 31,855,276 29 31,855,247 27,486,550 485 27,486,065


376,400 ............ 376,400 2,439,520 ............ 2,439,520 1,892,498 ............. 1,892,498
102,000 876 101,124 547,000 5,915 541,085 337,455 4,374 333,081
648 .......... 648 55,940 ........... 55,940 58,410 ............. 58,410

479,049 876 478,173 3,042,460 5,915 3,036,545 2,288,363 4,374 2,283,988


205,137 ........... 205,137 768,538 ............ 768,538 701,912 ............. 701,912
23,828 ........... 23,828 88,090............ 88,090 77,981 ............. 77,981

228,965 ............ 228,965 856,628 ............ 856,628 779,892 ............. 779,892

276,708 ........... 276,708 1,099,607 ............ 1,099,607 1,021,190 ............. 1,021,190
1,229 ........... 1,229 5,402 ............ 5,402 5,567 ............. 5,567
130 ........... 130 393 ............ 393 386 ............. 386

278,067 ............ 278,067 1,105,402 ............ 1,105,402 1,027,143 ............. 1,027,143


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


Classification of
Receipts--Continued


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 ........................
Hilghl 'ay, 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...........................


Gross
Receipts


This Month

Refunds
(Deduct)


'5.323 ...........


512,355 ...........


9,430,223


811,308
117,400
588,000
19,970

1,536,678

489,235

645,147

409,718
76,274

485,992

38.835.284


Net
Receipts


-5.323


512,355


_________ F F


$878

16,723
...........
...........


16,723

3,846

15,162


12

12

471.019


9,429,344


794,586
117,400
588,000
19,970

1,519,956

485,389

629,985


409,718
76,262


Current Fiscal Year to Date


Refunds
(Deduct)


Net
Receipts


$20,112


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year


Gross
Receipts


Refunds
(Deduct)


$19,938 .............


I ,-' 4 --


56,313
444
-1,247


55,510

32,106

56,645


85

85

2.836.611


1,982,142

36,873,934

3,405,230
505,414
2,478,222
74,954

6,463,819


1,808,231

2,491,164


2,365,627
283,027

2,648,654

137.814 179


1,826,974

31,601,886


3,374,931
406,638
2,364,357

6,145,926.....
6,145,926


1,811,564

1,907,792

2,000,939
210,613

2,211,552

120)257.580


$4,859

50,832
507
-3,056

48,283


33,501

47,846


.............
230

230

2.533.796


Net
Receipts


$19,938


1,826,974

31,597,027

3,324,099
406,131
2,367,413


6,097,643


1,778,063

1,859,946

2,000,939
210,383

2,211,323

117.723.784


Gross
Receipts





$20,112


1,982,142

36,879,878

3,461,543
505,858
2,476,974
74,954

6,519,329

1,840,336

2,547,810


2,365,627
283,113


485,980 2,648,740

38.364.264 140.650.790


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



FOOTNOTES


'Based on the FY 1980 Budget Document released on January 22, 1979.
2In accordance with the provisions of the Social Security Act, as amended,
"Individual Income Taxes Withheld" has been increased and "Federal Insur-
ance Contribution Act Taxes" c .rr p.. ndr. decreased by $256,289 thou-
sand to correct estimates for the quarter ended March 31, 1978. "Individual
Income Taxes Other" has been decreased and "Self Employment Contributions
Act Taxes" correspondingly increased in the amount of $18,586 thousand to
correct estimates for the calendar year 1976 and prior.
3Includes $39,734 thousand distributed to the Federal Disability Insurance
Trust Fund and $53,197 thousand distributed to the Federal Hospital Insurance
Trust Fund.
Includes adjustment to amounts previously reported.
5Effective January 1, 1979, the profit on the sale of Treasury-held gold
was reclassified from a proprietary receipt offset against Treasury outlays
to a transaction not applied to the current year's surplus or deficit. To re-


flect this change, the January 1979 deficit was increased by $224,795 thousand
representing the cumulative profit on the sale of gold for the period October 1
through December 31, 1978.
6Effective November 2, 1978, Treasury implemented the investment au-
thority provisions of Public Law 95-147, enacted October 28, 1977. The law
permits Federal depositaries to select either a Note or Remittance Option
tax and loan account. The balance of Treasury operating cash at Note Option
depositaries is referred to as "Tax and Note Accounts". The balances in
those depositaries choosing the Remittance Option are included in the "Fed-
eral Reserve account" category.
"Transactions cover the period of October 1, 1978 through January 26,
1979 and are partially estimated.
*Less than $500.00
**Less than $500,000.00


__7


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5.144


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


Classification of
OUTLAYS



Legislative Branch:
Senate ................................................
House of Representatives................................
Joint Item s ...........................................
C..n'ressi .nal Budget Office ............................
Archilti u., the Capitol ................................
Library of C. in ress ...................................
Government Primning 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 .....................................
O their ................................................
Proprietary receipts from the public ....................
Intrabudgetary transactions.............................

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


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

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

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

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

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


This Month


Applicable
Receipts


.......... ..
"8
............
............
............
............

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


988

... 996.
996


698 ...........


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

194

194




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


:13 986
24,691
958
667
6,948
13,615

2,001
9,642
17,910
939
1,673
...............

93,030
31,478~


31,478
2,521

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

34,698


1,805
3,083
3,388


8,276


25,862
18,488


9,442
61,922
326,485
686,734
2,570


...1,087,152
1,087,152


Net
Outlays


$13,986
24,682
958
667
6,948
13,615

2,001
9,642
17,910
939
1,673
-988


92,034


698

31,478
2,521
-194


34,503


1,805
3,084
3,388

8,277


25,862
18,488


Current Fiscal Year


Outlays



$55,099
96,549
14,500
3,039
32,925
54,617

-1,407
37,893
62,291
3,216
5,757
-65..............


364,414


2,812

105,305
6,740



114,856


5,084
10,004
9,469

24,557


Applicable
Receipts



............
24
............
............
............






4,563
............

4,587


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




513




............
513




-9


115,574...........
70,121...........


____________ 4 4~t~~- ~ -


802,568
72,705

875,273


9,442
61,922
326,485
686,734
2,570

-802,568
-72,705

211,879


42,739
115,562
784,879
2,461,638
6,155



3,410,973


3,454,223
116,939

3,571,162


-1 ;-4------- -- --+-~~


61,827 ...........
25,842...........


61,827
25,842


303,002...........
93,668...........


Net
Outlays



755 099
96,524
14,500
3,039
32,925
54,617

-1,407
37,893
62,291
3,216
5,757
-4,563
-65

359,826


2,812

105,305
6,740
-513


114,343



5,084
10,013
9,469

24,566


115,574
70,121


42,739
115,562
784,879
2,461,638
6,155

-3,454,223
-116,939

-160,188


303,002
93,668


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year


Outlays



$50,331
92.242
ll, t32
3,105
32,754
50,163

-3,845
41,348
53,852
3,316
3,937

-177

338,657


2,549

95,197
37,989

-31,100

104,635



5,957
10,823
7,896

24,676


83,324
137,903


55,266
32,992
624,603
2,359,466
2,569



.3,074,896..
3,074,896


281,676
19,756


Applicable
R-ceipt s



..............
$23
..............
..............
..............
..............o

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



""""3,857
....... ,. .


3,880


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


1,008


5
.i... .. .


2,552,402
117,714

2,670,116


Net
Outlays



$50,331
92,219
11,632
3,105
32,754
50,163

-3,845
41,348
53,852
3,316
3,937
-3,857
-177

334,778


2,549

95,197
37,989
-1,008
-31,100

103,627



5,957
10,823
7,896

24,676


83.318
137,903


55,266
32,992
624,603
2,359,466
2,569

-2,552,402
-117,714

404,780


281,676
19,756


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


Classification of
OUTLAYS- -Continued



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

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

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

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


This Month


Outlays


Applicable
Receipts


Net
Outlays


Current Fiscal Year to Date


t .,


Outlays


Applicable
Receipts


T R N II I t


-9.981
-1,453
1,031
816
29
88,210


'34
8,214
4
907
............
............


3,146 ............
1,809 ............


17,716
3,120


124,404

212,073


............
47,840

56,999
56,999


4,237 ............
20 ............


Total--Foreign Assistance ...................... 1,303,481


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

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

Department of Agriculture:
Departmental Administration ......................
Office of the Inspector General.....................
Agricultural Research Service ......................
Cooperative State Research Service..................
Extension Service ..............................
Statistical Reporting Service........................
Economic Research Service ........................
Economics, statistics, and cooperatives service ......
Foreign Agricultural Service.......................
Foreign Assistance Programs ......................
Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service:
Salaries and expenses ............................
Agricultural conservation program ................
Other ................. .......................
Federal Crop Insurance Corporation .................
Commodity Credit Corporation:
Price support and related programs ...............
Intragovernmental funds..........................
National Wool Act program .................. ....

Total--Conimnodity Credit Corporation .............

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


280


29

1,348,140


-16.460
2,395
28,797
9,367
33,622
1,374
675
5,441
4,115
48,345

21,484
12,150
4,504
6,756

2,022,188
192

2,022,380


1,700 ............


932,272


60,200


992,472


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










16,288

542,566


542,566


'.9.947
-9,667
1,027
-90
29
88,210


3,146
1,809

17,716
3,120
-47,840

67,405
155,074

4,237
20

371,210


280


:27.803
970
3,105
3,362
62
288,603

24,820
7,683
17,799

75,020
15,643


464,870
861,540

10,157
133

4,282,804


10,066 ............


-60,200 ..............
29 40,221


355,669

-16,460
2,395
28,797
9,367
33,622
1,374
675
5,441
4,115
48,345

21,484
12,150
4,504
-9,532

1,479,622
192

1,479,814


1,700


4


4,518,785
4,518,785j


14,090
10,207
115,372
43,643
87,448
3,488
1,983
16,837
15,132
131,478

61,932
124,407
12,860
34,724

6,605,739
..............,
694

6,606,433


71.835
25,351
84
2,159
.............
............


............
185,972

215,401

215,401



3,786,563


-1,280


3,785,282














57,733

1,575.742


1,575,742


7,733 ...........


Net
Outlays


$25,968
-24,381
3,021
1,203
62
288,603

24,820
7,683
17,799

75,020
15,643
-185,972

249,469
646,139

10,157
133

496,241


10,066
1,280
40,221

733,503


14,090
10,207
115,372
43,643
87,448
3,488
1,983
16,837
15,132
131,478

61,932
124,407
12,860
-23,009

5,029,996
............
694

5,030,691


7,733


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year


Outlays


$23,334
-3,636
2,377
2,445
72
190,713

21,450
3,928
19,556

72,995
13,889


347,123
648,554

8,655
804

3,732,910


63,711

"... .t.......
79

4,017,926


-22
9,620
112,827
37,852
77,956
12,868
10,750
14,865
17,520

69,666
130,252
9,634
98,480

6,733,596
50,000
1,167

6,784,764


Applicable
Receipts


$1,231
22,213
130
1,697

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


191,226

216,497
216,497



2,886,613



141,844


3,028,462

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











53,025

1,438,554


1,438,554


8,300 ..............


Net
Outlays


$22,103
-25,849
2,246
748
72
190,713

21,450
3,928
19,556

72,995
13,889
-191,226

130,626
432,057

8,655
804

846,297


63,711
-141,844
79

989,463

-22
9,620
112,827
37,852
77,956
12,868
10,750
14,865
17,520

69,666
130,252
9,634
45,455

5,295,043
50,000
1,167

5,346,210


8,300








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


Classification of
OUTLAYS-- Continued



Department of Agriculture--Continued
Farmers Home Administration:
Public enterprise funds:
Rural housing insurance fund ..................
Agricultural credit insurance fund..............
Rural development insurance fund ..............
Other .......................................
Rural development insurance fund ................
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.....................
Food Safety and Quality Service:
Funds for strengthening markets, income, and
supply ........................................
Other...........................................
Food and Nutrition Service:
Food program administration ....................
Food stamp program ............................
Special milk program ...........................
Child nutrition programs ........................
Special supplemental food programs ...............
Other..........................................

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

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

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

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

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

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


This Month


Outlays




715.751
807,161
134,011
-216
17,902
18,865
2,924

1.69, 398


22,442
15,826
6,043
18,817
2,272
6,382


66,360
27,036

5,908
598,085
17,700
404,246
48,138
4,906

1,078,983

-824
60,570
1,571
36,295
2,554
6,850
3,944

110,961

2,343
....... 979
-13,979


5,226,527


Applicable
Receipts




$554,906
636,827
107,781
5




1.299 519






........
2,000


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

...........


...........


1,874,045


Net
Outlays




160,845
170,334
26,231
-221
17,902
18,865
2,924

396.880


22,442
15,826
6,043
18,817
2,272
4,382


66,360
27,036

5,908
598,085
17,700
404,246
48,138
4,906

1,078,983

-824
60,570
1,571
36,295
2,554
6,850
3,944

110,961

2,343
-13,672
-13,979


3,352,482


Current Fiscal Year to I


Outlays




2.115,942
2,172,050
670,021
-1,089
94,323
71,718
12,040

5,135,005


87,807
77,710
29,308
74,985
6,603
26,070


105,436
111,844

21,938
1,996,874
47,288
1,046,816
159,973
13,096

3,285,986

-6,127
284,885
10,082
60,936
326,415
28,991
23,260

728,442

9,063

-35,086


16,930,941


Applicable
Receipts




1.674,959
1,957,917
554,011
116




4.187,003



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

(8 )
8,855


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

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

............
540,040
............


6,369,374


)ate

Net
Outlays




$440,983
214,133
116,010
-1,205
94,323
71,718
12,040

948,002


87,807
77,710
29,308
74,985
6,603
17,215


105,436
111,844

21,938
1,996,874
47,288
1,046,816
159,973
13,096

3,285,986


1- F


-6,127
284,885
10,082
60,936
326,415
28,991
23,260

728,442

9,063
-540,040
-35,086

10,561,567


-- __ __ ____________


2,841
14,025
1,197


2,841
14,025
1,197


11,853
58,576
5,715


11,853
58,576
5,715


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year


Outlays




2.987.563
2,110,816
643,138
-2,136
52,714
64,370
6,894

5,863,359


87,498
58,702
29,144
65,048
4,139
24,188


67,917
104,064

23,100
1,745,458
46,883
831,920
106,243
15,197

2,768,800

7,465
271,151
6,779
23,693
298,695
14,529
13,246

635,559

8,681

-5,581

17,106,849


11,415
42,522
5,355


I


174,651


6,787,196


_________________ _______________________ ___________________ ________________ ______________________ ____________________ ________________________


See footnotes on page 3.


Applicable
Receipts




52.683.215
1,823,003
606,734
8




5,112,959






8,006









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


-"


Net
Outlays




'304 348
287,813
36,404
-2,145
52,714
64,370
6,894

750,400


87,498
58,702
29,144
65,048
4,139
16,182


67,917
104,064

23,100
1,745,458
46,883
831,920
106,243
15,197

2,768,800

7,465
271,151
6,779
23,693
298,695
14,529
13,246

635,559

8,681
-174,651
-5,581

10,319,653


11,415
42,522
5,355


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


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


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


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


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


$15
41,526
181,359
384
3,008
16,216


$5,114
..........
..........
..........
..........
..........


-$5,099
41,526
181,359
384
3,008
16,216


$31,003
155,547
956,749
9,163
11,203
45,790


$20,126
...........
...........
...........
...........
...........


$10,877
155,547
956,749
9,163
11,203
45,790


$25,597
139,174
580,106
58,986
15,344
36,956


$21,102
............
.............
.............
............
............


$4,495
139,174
580,106
58,986
15,344
36,956


242,508 5,114 237,394 1,209,455 20,126 1,189,329 856,163 21,102 835,061


6,957 .......... 6,957 26,861 ........... 26,861 23,609 ............ 23,609
4,605 .......... 4,605 17,218 ........... 17,218 17,606 ............ 17,606
1,122 .......... 1,122 4,411 ........... 4,411 3,782 .......... 3,782


58,828 340 58,488 238,035 750 237,286 231,358 625 230,733
554 .......... 554 2,443 ........... 2,443 5,416 ............ 5,416
7,845 .......... 7,845 34,707 ........... 34,707 31,177 ............ 31,177
6,072 .......... 6,072 35,956 ........... 35,956 30,474 ............ 30,474

702 ..... ... 702 3,095 ........... 3,095 ........... ............ .............

74,001 340 73,661 314,236 750 313,487 298,426 625 297,801


142 19,475 -19,333 6,220 30,416 -24,196 1,824 16,327 -14,503
9,740 .......... 9,740 52,756 ........... 52,756 48,477 ............ 48,477
31,249 .......... 31,249 103,130 ........... 103,130 98,389 ............ 98,389
4,657 .......... 4,657 18,848 ....... 18,848 17,903 ............ 17,903
............ 4,154 -4,154 ............ 16,898 -16,898 ........... 41,396 -41,396
-9,017 .......... -9,017 -23,672 ........... -23,672 -19,383 ............ -19,383

384,027 29,084 354,943 1,805,607 68,190 1,737,417 1,406,088 79,451 1,326,637



872,512 .......... 872,512 3,543,108 ........... 3,543,108 3,392,149 ............ 3,392,149
760,185 .......... 760,185 3,011,047 ........... 3,011,047 2,842,816 ............ 2,842,816
695,150 .......... 695,150 2,782,663 ........... 2,782,663 2,630,116 ............ 2,630,116

2,327,848 .......... 2,327,848 9,336,817 ........... 9,336,817 8,865,081 ........... 8,865,081

827,340 .......... 827,340 3,297,935 ........... 3,297,935 2,972,433 ............ 2,972,433

878,489 .......... 878,489 3,294,896 ........... 3,294,896 3,098,355 ........... 3,098,355
976,382 .......... 976,382 3,920,433 ........... 3,920,433 3,490,346 ............ 3,490,346
835,135 .......... 835,135 3,406,915 ........... 3,406,915 3,145,778 ............ 3,145,778
313,768 .......... 313,768 1,109,348 .......... 1,109,348 889,170 ............ 889,170


3,003,775


3,003,775


11,731,592


11,731,592


10,623,649


10,623,649


370,477 .......... 370,477 1,540,492 ........... 1,540,492 1,379,461 ............ 1,379,461
842,108 .......... 842,108 3,731,010 ........... 3,731,010 2,734,182 ............ 2,734,182
690,643 .......... 690,643 2,644,842 ........... 2,644,842 2,322,203 ............ 2,322,203
23,767 .......... 23,767 81,608 ........... 81,608 69,101 ............ 69,101

1,926,995 .......... 1,926,995 7,997,951 ........... 7,997,951 6,504,946 ............. 6,504,946








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


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


Outlays


This Month

Applicable
Receipts


Net
Outlays


Current Fiscal Year to Date


Outlays


Applicable
Receipts


4 -4- 4 4-


$225,418
275,569
336,650
77,600


915,237


49,285
58,163
46,006
3,323

156,777

128,718
13,069
393

121

10,090
-30,054
-14,105
74,674

40,726


19,622
............
343

9,360,841


15,494
9,858
111,867
61,055
17,214
7,518


223,008


5,887
30,830
2,242
............
-1,990

259,975


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

..........

$1,222
..........
..........


$225,418
275,569
336,650
77,600


915,237


49,285
58,163
46,006
3,323

156,777

127,496
13,069
393


$774,487
1,204,131
1,380,761
251,385


3,610.765


273,178
227,986
201,046
8,251

710,461


485,108
27,882
1,188


$1,502

...........


Net
Outlays



$774,487
1,204,131
1,380,761
251,385


3.610,765


273,178
227,986
201,046
8,251

710,461


483,606
27,882
1,188


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year


Outlays


"748.401
1,245,386
1,114,685
201,356


3,309,827


211,255
187,653
155,797
7,792

562,497


415,576
16,622
785


Applicable
Receipts



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


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


:986
..........
.... ... ...


Net
Outlays



$748,401
1,245,386
1,114,685
201,356


3,309,827


211,255
187,653
155,797
7,792

562,497

414,591
16,622
785


. .


135

........35
..........
..........


135


19,820
122,075


143,251


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

..........
7,385

7,385


-14

10,090
-30,054
-14,105
74,674

40,591


___________ 4-


-198
-122,075
343

9,217,590


15,494
9,858
111,867
61,055
17,214
7,518
-7,385

215,622


489

6,640
16,615
-25,841
55,249

53,152


65,880
............
14,371

37,333,102


44,066
35,049
538,946
254,423
84,954
34,323

.. 991,761
991,761


1,052




1,052...........
1,052


68,300
273,719


344,573



...........
...........
...........
...........
...........
...........
18,575

18,575


-563

6,640
16,615
-25,841
55,249

52,100

-2,420
-273,719
14,371


36,988,530



44,066
35,049
538,946
254,423
84,954
34,323
-18,575

973,186


4 ~4 ____ -4


2,366
32,340
21
217


42,330


3,520
-1,511
2,221
-217
-1,990

217,645


19,026
112,397
8,211
............
-5,731

1,125,664


10,278
121,457
101
1,180
...........


151,592


8,748
-9,060
8,109
-1,180
-5,731


974,072


487

-58,830
-5,367
69
-6,981


-70,621

37,451
...........
18,302

33,256,549



81,489
24,222
433,838
220,196
63,756
32,474


855,975


19,071
96,455
7,365

-3,903

974,962


567


567

53,572
158,522


213,645


............
............
............
............
...........
............
23,967

23,967


10,564
98,778
87
1,212

..134,608
134,608


L_________ 4______________________4__________ __________2____________,___________


-79

-58,830
-5,367
69
-6,981

-71,188

-16,120
-158,522
18,302

33,042,904


81,489
24,222
433,838
220,196
63,756
32,474
-23,967

832,008


8,507
-2,323
7,277
-1,212
-3,903

840,354


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


Classification of
OUTLAYS--Continued


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


This Month


Outlays


$596,239



29,699

159,159
46,005
.............
21,054

-21,450
51,445
49,495
23,873

16,737
15,913
33,155
12,020
27,608
12,992
11,582

233,371


101,623

8,570
35,444
-52,754

582,171


222
1,064,498
595,279

3,189
1,068

1,638,604
38,067

1,676,671


690,078
49,157

739,235


Applicable
Receipts

$25,012



603


6,061



6,664


Net
Outlays

$571,227



29,096

159,159
46,005
..........
21,054

-21,450
51,445
49,495
23,873

16,737
15,913
33,155
12,020
27,608
12,992
11,582

233,371


101,623

2,508
35,444
-52,754

575,507


222
1,064,498
595,279

3,189
1,068

1,638,604
38,067

1,676,671


690,078
49,157

739,235


Current Fiscal Year to Date


Outlays


$2,722,804



106,964

325,275
181,731
3
70,257

-26,587
258,562
149,954
65,828

56,759
60,026
82,565
67,742
82,414
43,155
45,785

886,202


433,281

17,598
204,213
134,867


2,360,391


-1,218
4,033,580
2,465,371

29,943
1,078

6,266,965
149,903

6,416,868


2,642,313
178,803

2,821,116


Applicable
Receipts

$300,336



2,294

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












..........

..........


Net
Outlays


$2,422,467



104,670

325,275
181,731
3
70,257

-26,587
258,562
149,954
65,828

56,759
60,026
82,565
67,742
82,414
43,155
45,785

886,202


...... 433,281

6,123 11,475
...... 204,213
...... 134,867

8,417 2,351,974


-1,218
4,033,580
2,465,371

29,943
1,078

6,266,965
149,903

6,416,868


2,642,313
178,803

2,821,116


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year


Outlays


S1,884,072



93,538

403,159
145,407
-9
58,929

10,972
264,916
123,957
72,979

48,652
51,276
62,294
49,487
66,687
38,393
33,995

823,609


378,416

24,112
323,867
-5,551

2,245,477


211
3,483,130
2,446,812

26,003
6,057

5,663,491
78,112

5,741,603


1,952,844
147,338

2,100,182


Applicable
Receipts


$95,192



2,410

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

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

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

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


12,748
............
............

15,158


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


_____________ -4--- -4- 4-______


Net
Outlays


$1,788,880


91,128

403,159
145,407
-9
58,929

10,972
264,916
123,957
72,979

48,652
51,276
62,294
49,487
66,687
38,393
33,995

823,609


378,416

11,365
323,867
-5,551

2,230,319


211
3,483,130
2,446,812

26,003
6,057

5,663,491
78,112

5,741,603


1,952,844
147,338

2,100,182


. t


4,080,163 .........


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..........

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4,080,163


15,766,738


15,766,738


13,803,997


13,803,997








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


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


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

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

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

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

Social Security Administration:
Payments to social security trust funds ............
Special benefits for disabled coal miners............
Supplemental security income program ............
Assistance payments program ....................
Refugee assistance .................. ...........
Other.........................................
Federal ol.-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--Sccial Security Administration ...........

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

Total--Special Institutions........................
See footnotes on page 3.


$48,144

889
303,771
2,536
47,180
36,238
38,916
78,523
280,519
83,851
20,013
13,075
10,587


$2,521

1,113
..........
..........
..........
..........
..........
..........
..........
..........
..........
..........
..........


$45,623

-224
303,771
2,536
47,180
36,238
38,916
78,523
280,519
83,851
20,013
13,075
10,587


$245,149

3,129
1,066,050
21,052
200,741
115,036
143,466
238,367
913,311
199,368
62,780
48,349
36,093


$11,318

14,398
...........
...........
...........
...........
...........
...........
...........
...........
...........
...........
...........


$233,832

-11,269
1,066,050
21,052
200,741
115,036
143,466
238,367
913,311
199,368
62,780
48,349
36,093


$42,331

27,413
914,369
22,232
128,131
80,856
89,233
225,986
683,157
318,992
52,640
45,452
14,665


$4,028

13,323
...........
...........
...........
...........
...........
...........
...........
...........
...........
...........
...........


138,303

14,090
914,369
22,232
128,131
80,856
89,233
225,986
683,157
318,992
52,640
45,452
14,665


964,241 3,634 960,607 3,292,892 25,716 3,267,176 2,645,458 17,351 2,628,107

5,646 .......... 5,646 26,194 ........... 26,194 20,367 ........... 20,367
2,127 .......... 2,127 8,405 ........... 8,405 7,281 ........... 7,281

972,014 3,634 968,380 3,327,490 25,716 3,301,774 2,673,106 17,351 2,655,755


............. .......... ......... 756,814 ........... 756,814 740,930 ...... ... 740,930
80,597 .......... 80,597 331,155 ........... 331,155 327,627 ........... 327,627
-1,514 .......... -1,514 1,504,341 ........... 1,504,341 1,761,014 ........... 1,761,014
450,617 .......... 450,617 2,189,686 ........... 2,189,686 2,232,924 ........... 2,232,924
4-12,022 ......... -12,022 5,724 ........... 5,724 48,204 ........... 48,204
............ ..... .... ......... 3 ......... .. 3 ............. ........... ............

7,073,228 .......... 7,073,228 28,040,126 ........... 28,040,126 25,595,973 ........... 25,595,973
100,888 .......... 100,888 378,975 ........... 378,975 350,272 ........... 350,272

......... .......... .. 2,291 .......... 2,291 1,630 ........... 1,630

7,174,116 .......... 7,174,116 28,421,391 ........... 28,421,391 25,947,875 ........... 25,947,875


1,074,976 .......... 1,074,976 4,359,951 ............ 4,359,951 3,971,720 ........... 3,971,720
32,930 .......... 32,930 131,281 ........... 131,281 132,680 ........... 132,680
............. ........... ......... ............. ........... ........... ............. ........... .............
9,000 .......... 9,000 31,009 ........... 31,009 25,570 ........... __25,570

1,116,907 .......... 1,116,907 4,522,241 ........... 4,522,241 4,129,970 ........... 4,129,970

8,808,699 .......... 8,808,699 37,731,355 ............ 37,731,355 35,188,544 ........... 35,188,544


330 .......... 330 1,285 ........... 1,285 1,166 ........... 1,166
1,500 .......... 1,500 5,913 ........... 5,913 5,330 ........... 5,330
3,977 .......... 3,977 17,870 ........... 17,870 12,436 ........... 12,436
8,745 .......... 8,745 34,939 ........... 34,939 31,748 ........... 31,748

14,552 .......... 14,552 60,006 ........... 60,006 50,680 ........... 50,680








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

This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year
Classification of

Outlays Receipts Outlays Outlays Receipts Outlays Outlays Receipts Outlays


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Total--Government National Mortgage Association.;


$290,223
205,381
43,855
102

539,562


$290.223
205,381
43,855
102

539,562


$1,041,222
813,269
138,948
550

1,993,989


___________________ _________________ I 1


7,356
13,219
3,569
4,546





-602,125













14,423,726
14,423,726


-$2,453


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


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

7,845


7,356
13,219
3,569
4,546
2,453




-602,125













14,415,880


_____________________ I -~ I


115,707
39,766
36,536
87,720
2,524
304,223

47,905

634,382


212,991
158,098
5,261
242
2,037


378,629


101,513
3,059
8,084
35,840





148,496


161,169
189,978
7,090
4,681
..........


362,917


14,194
36,708
28,452
51,880
2,524
304,223

47,905

485,885


51,823
-31,880
-1,829
-4,439
2,037


15. 712


2,783
43,940
12,625
18,248





-2,331,883


-614,918
-141,663
-141,000









58,088,101




578,223
145,086
56,727
195,459
6,918
1,127,941

178,717

2,289,072


267,655
480,486
32,880
5,814
-10,384


'77f. 450


...........
...........
...........
...........
6,323


40,456


416,254
10,381
73,962
109,446





610,043


293,838
477,059
38,161
22,805
...........


R381. f2


$1,041,222
813,269
138,948
550

1,993,989


2,783
43,940
12,625
18,248
-6,323




-2,331,883


-614,918
-141,663
-141,000







..........


58,047,645




161,970
134,705
-17,235
86,013
6,918
1,127,941

178,717

1,679,029


-26,183
3,427
-5,282
-16,991
-10,384


-55.412


71 77 45 45 244 ,,,


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


596,368
32,254
43,627
98,156
44,235
942,709

240,670

1,998,020


440,973

30,983
2,127
-9,268


464.815


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

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


............
............
............
............
39,078


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

...........


541,219 1,456,800


385,348

54,772
13,124
............


45-. 244


$806,159
673,152
131,944
920

1,612,173


-1,773
32,133
11,004
16,619
.............




-2,303,815


-612,927
-128,003
-142,997







-24,641

52,419,577


55,625

-23,788
-10,997
-9,268

11.572





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










41,587




381,469
7,824
73,925
78,002
...... .....
. .o.........


$806,159
673,152
131,944
920

1,612,173


-1,773
32,133
11,004
16,619
-9,078




-2,303,815


-612,927
-128,003
-142,997





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

-24,641

52,377,991




214,899
24,430
-30,297
20,154
44,235
942,709

240,670


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


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









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


Classification of
OUTLAYS--Continued


Outlays


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

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

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

Total--Department of Housing and Urban Development...

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

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

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

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

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

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


9.077
24,251
232,792
5,781
-520

271,381

9,179
16,827

255
2,820
28,139


1,341,612



17,273
7


5,026

17,983
25,787
5,958
13,477
1,231

86,742


47,684

16,073
10,712
6,536

27,240
6,717
1,550

116,512


This Month

Applicable Net
Receipts Outlays


$3,013
9,124



12,137

61
11,010

..........


247

534,869


5,398



..5,398
5,398


Current Fiscal Year to Date


Outlays Applicable
SReceipts


$6,063 "26,131
15,127 126,181
232,792 1,001,116
5,781 21,899
-520 8,279

259,244 1,183,605

9,117 16,136
5,817 83,772

255 2,017
2,820 18,493
28,139 91,692
-247 ...........

806,743 4,461,237



17,273 85,231
7 1,376

......... 97,893
5,026 113,075
12,585 69,616
25,787 104,564
5,958 25,758
13,477 -40,863
1,231 4,117

81,344 460,767


47,684

16,073
10,712
6,536

27,240
6,717
1,550

116,512


60,966 .......... 60,
3,160 .......... 3,
. 129...... 6..... 1.....,
12,900 1,216 11,


77,026


1,216


75,


966
160

684

810


269,155

67,280
20,981
38,208

123,934
26,176
7,437

553,171


185,805
11,826
............
50,877

248,508


$17,943
35,754
..........


53,698

282
40,052

..........


802

1,536,739


21,211


....21,211...

21,211


..........

3,840

3,840


Net
Outlays


$8,188
90,427
1,001,116
21,899
8,279

1,129,907

15,854
43,721


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year


Outlays Applicable
Receipts


33.592
209,947
787,546
25,603
4,939

1,061,626

90,306
52,901


2,017 1,399
18,493 17,174
91,692 77,542
-802 ............

2,924,499 3,763,783


85,231
1,376

97,893
113,075
48,405
104,564
25,758
-40,863
4,117

439,556


269,155

67,280
20,981
38,208

123,934
26,176
7,437

553,171


185,805
11,826
...........
47,037

244,668


90,605
31

84,551
133,002
54,656
121,122
26,474
44,956
5,186


560,583


155,399

56,037
25,437
23,826

110,379
20,061
10,073

401,212


$11,181
49,506



60,687

229
8,502


............
1,062

1,064,943


22,025
............

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


22,025


143,008 ............
455 ............
36,913 ............
45,244 4,996

225,619 4,996


Net
Outlays




22.410
160,440
787,546
25,603
4,939

1,000,939

90,077
44,399

1,399
17,174
77,542
-1,062

2,698,840



90,605
31

84,551
133,002

32,631
121,122
26,474
44,956
5,186

538,558


155,399

56,037
25,437
23,826

110,379
20,061
10,073

401,212


143,008
455
36,913
40,248

220,624


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,


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


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


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


Classification of
OUTLAYS--Continued



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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

See footnotes on page 3.


Outlays


This Month

Applicable
Receipts


$894 $926
60,719 ..........
17,326 ..........
6,940 ..........
2,223 ..........

88,103 926

40,316 ..........
6,946 ...
............. 161,011
-1,126 ..........

414,519 168,551


1,289 ..........
33,865 ..........
51,648 ..........
28,552 ..........
1 ..329


32,413
65.045


230,141_


5,811
405,396
15,960
314,441
105,056

7,353


-4,031


902,906

126,823
11,810
-137

15,314
1,059


1,057,774

1,907,760


960
..........
326

1,286


Net
Outlays



-$33
60,719
17,326
6,940
2,223

87,176

40,316
6,946
-161,011
-1,126

245,968


1,289
33,865
51,648
28,552
17,329
31,453
65,045
-326

228,855


5,811
405,396
15,960
314,441
105,056

7,353


-4,031



902,906

126,823
11,810
-137

15,314
1,059


1,057,774

1,907,760


Current Fiscal Year to Date


Outlays




:2.089
191-117
123,959
78,171
-7,034

388,603

80,260
11,800
............
-13,643

1,729,466


11,628
130,626
211,262
104,024
62,618
129,177
230,341

..879,676
879,676


29,617
1,604,658
61,345
1,251,754
374,793

66,353

5,326
-4,978



2,543,544

451,871
21,689
8

53,288
4,604

337

3,075,341

6,464,208


Applicable
Receipts



$2,801
...........

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

2,801

...........
682,023
...........

709,874



...........
...........
...........
3,771

6,005

9,775


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

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








.I.. .. .









.......... I


Net
Outlays



-$712
191,417
123,959
78,171
-7,034

385,802

80,260
11,800
-682,023
-13,643

1,019,592


11,628
130,626
211,262
104,024
62,618
125,406
230,341
-6,005

869,901



29,617
1,604,658
61,345
1,251,754
374,793

66,353

5,326
-4,978


2,543,544

451,871
21,689
8

53,288
4,604

337

3,075,341

6,464,208


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year


Outlays




.5,665
217,312
68,607
64,750
11,710

368,044

49,943
3,826


1,609,227


9,461
116,998
197,489
92,799
59,685
99,232
233,019
........808,683
808,683


27,041
1,141,707
26,005
1,380,922
405,151

52,889

185,000
39,647


3,414,114

449,221
21,407
240

62,451
2,995

132

3,950,559

7,208,920


Applicable
Receipts



$3,181
............
............



3,181

............
............
347,334

377,536




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

3,810

2,571

6,381




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


Net
Outlays



$2,484
217,312
68,607
64,750
11,710

364,863

49,943
3,826
-347,334

.....1,231,692
1,231,692


9,461
116,998
197,489
92,799
59,685
95,422
233,019
-2,571

802,302



27,041
1,141,707
26,005
1,380,922
405,151

52,889

185,000
39,647


3,414,114

449,221
21,407
240

62,451
2,995
132

3,950,559

7,208,920


.. .


!


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

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


......... .

..........









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


Classification of
OUTLAYS--Continued



Department of Labor--Continued
Labor-Management Services Administration...........
Employment Standards Administration:
Salaries and expenses.............................
Special benefits ..................................
Special workers compensation expenses .............
Black Lung disability trust fund:
Benefit payments ..............................
Administrative expenses ........................
Other ................... ......................

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

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...........

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

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

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

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


This Month


Outlays



'3590

12,380
81,594
1,034

5,976
950


-145 .........

6,781 .......


9,451
10,512
3,725
7,933
.............


2,044,760



54,403

6,950

7,963

1,628

70,944

15,655
2,189
14,855




-56

-43

103,544


9.262

2,554
80,271
19,716
13,025
4,874

120,441


Applicable
Receipts






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


$1,880


1,880


-3,769


Net
Outlays


$3,590

12,380
81,594
1,034

5,976
950
-145

6,781


9,451
10,512
3,725
7,933
-1,880


2,042,880


54,403

6,950

7,963
1,628

70,944


15,655
2,189
14,855
3,769


......... -56

......... -43

-3,769 107,314


276


9.262

2,554
80,271
19,716
13,025
4,599

120,165


Current Fiscal Year to Date


Outlays


$18,613

48,809
-241,856
2,273

40,638
8,483
-260


48,860 ...........


45,773
44,529
26,705
8,253

-10,050

6,456,116


173,035

24,261

38,107
31,080
3,424

269,907


148,929
9,623
52,253
............


-335
-62,927
-130

417,321


23,907

-3,717
314,209
71,107
55,153
25,660

462,412


Applicable
Receipts


....... 56



456


...........
...........
... -9,...






-9,140



F- -




1,319

1,319


Net
Outlays


$18,613

48,809
-241,856
2,273

40,638
8,483
-260

48,860

45,773
44,529
26,705
8,253
-456
-10,050

6,455,660



173,035


24,261

38,107
31,080
3,424

269,907

148,929
9,623
52,253
9,140



-335
-62,927
-130

426,461


23,907

-3,717
314,209
71,107
55,153
24,342

461,094


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year


Outlays


Applicable
Receipts


+ 1-


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


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

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

...........

...........
...........
...........
...........
$1,845


1,845


:16,047

33,034
-174,196
1,385

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



44,966

28,506
9,206
.............
-185,000

6,982,869



222,259

17,116

26,599
29,779
1,446

297,199

105,906
6,767
25,440




-202
-48,049
-130

386,932


15,957

2,674
301,404
36,998
50,675
25,591

417,342


...........




1,732
1,732


- -i _________________ _________________ ______________________ ___________________ _______________________ ___________________


Net
Outlays


?16,047

33,034
-174,196
1,385

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





44,966
28,506
9,206
-1,845
-185,000

6,981,024



222,259

17,116

26,599
29,779
1,446

297,199

105,906
6,767
25,440
1,931



-202
-48,049
-130

388,863


15,957

2,674
301,404
36,998
50,675
23,859

415,610


--c------


--t---------


-r--


-1,931


.....-1,931
..........._


..... .. ..






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


Classification of
OUTLAYS--Continued



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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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


This Month


Outlays




$6
161,358
3,811

36,301
20,154
6,874
...........
-2

63,326

228,501


483,498
-889
4,725
14,535
7,202

509,072


Applicable
Receipts



$1










1








...........


___________ 4r


5,398
19,500
3,136


258
4,302
5,277
19,891
175,000
4,969


...........
...........
...........
...........
...........
2,705


Net
Outlays



$5
161,358
3,811

36,301
20,154
6,874

-2

63,326

228,500


483,498
-889
4,725
14,535
7,202

509,072

5,398
19,500
3,136


258
4,302
5,277
19,891
175,000
2,264


Current Fiscal Year to Date


Outlays




$25
670,959
15,744

218,431
71,666
21,637
5
-7

311,732

998,460


2,394,027
3,322
18,056
70,395
30,453

2,516,253


17,075
68,000
-1,587


6,047
16,700
19,136
59,484
415,000
26,811


Applicable
Receipts



$3








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








3




















12,790


Net
Outlays



$22
670,959
15,744

218,431
71,666
21,637
5
-7

311,732

998,458


2,394,027
3,322
18,056
70,395
30,453

2,516,253


17,075
68,000
-1,587


6,047
16,700
19,136
59,484
415,000
14,021


209,698 2,705 206,993 543,178 12,790 530,388
199,207 ........... 199,207 826,137 .......... 826,137
204 538 -334 9,932 4,394 5,538
............ 5,623 -5,623 ........... 17,042 -17,042


1,304,419


9,144


1,295,275


5,463,767


35,547


5,428,221


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year


Outlays




$16
637,174
13,269

182,173
72,755
23,562
18
3

278,510

928,969


2,154,981
-2,237
11,811
29,408
28,216

2,222,179


18,483
38,300
1,780


19,701
22,763
13,648
44,571
382,445
24,477

507,604
614,655
6,022

4,771,293


Applicable
Receipts



$2










2


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













......,334

14,334

............
5,092
12,006

33,166


Net
Outlays


$14
637,174
13,269

182,173
72,755
23,562
18
3

278,510

928,967


2,154,981
-2,237
11,811
29,408
28,216

2,222,179

18,483
38,300
1,780

19,701
22,763
13,648
44,571
382,445
10,144

493,271
614,655
930
-12,006

4,738,127


1,513 ........ 1,513 8,835 3 8,832 7,410 264 7,146

629 ........... 629 2,313 .......... 2,313 1,723 ............ 1,723
............ ........... 185 .......... 185 834,364 ............ 834,364
1,698,705 ........... 1,698,705 3,405,713 .......... 3,405,713 3,408,425 ............ 3,408,425
1,697 ........... 1,697 8,279 .......... 8,279 5,154 ............ 5,154

-523,521 ........... -523,521 53,195 .......... 53,195 46,154 ............ 46,154
533,648 .......... 533,648 533,648 .......... 533,648 ............ ............ .............
55 ........... 55 299 .......... 299 376 ............ 376
9,605 ........... 9,605 56,122 .......... 56,122 67,582 ........... 67,582
209 ........... 209 5,758 .......... 5,758 3,557 1............ 3,557


1649023 117669


~~~~~~~X_ I


~ ~ ~ _~_ ~ ~_~~~ ~


--, -- ------ -: ------- ---------,


19,996


19,996


649,023


3 20,946


117,669


117.669








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


Classification of
OUTLAYS- -Continued


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

See footnotes on page 3.


This Month

Applicable
Outlays Receipts


$12,075 .........
56,426 .........
-946 .........
493 .........
10,012 .........

58 $119
10,613 .........
65,803 .........
66,034 .........

32,062 .....
14,311 .........
39,410 .........

228,291 119

11,180 ..
6,635 20,938

3,995,420 .........
116,637 .........

4,112,057 .........

.... ..... .... -111.568


-830,029

5,328,733


5,463

23,806
1,212
56,461
1,667
340,749
367


429,726


-240,837
57,428
11,157
4,453
12,823
-16,025

..............
...........
-17126

-171,128


350,801


260,290


45
51

96



1,034

3


11,079
8,608


20,724


Net
Outlays


S12.075
56,426
-946
493
10,012

-61
10,613
65,803
66,034

32,062
14,311
39,410

228,172

11,180
-14,304

3,995,420
116,637

4,112,057

111,568
-350,801
-830,029

'5,068,443


5,463

23,806
1,212
56,461
1,667
340,749
322
-51

429,630


-240,837
57,428
10,123
4,453
12,820
-16,025

-11,079
-8,608
-126

-191,852


Current Fiscal Year t


Outlays


!46 383
240,051
-520
13,400
38,695

343
40,270
258,622
280,541
4,716
117,268
70,582
131,655

903,998

47,658
31,161

15,215,130
5,002,290

20,217,421

............
... ........
-1,604,676

24,007,918


28,860

91,866
6,263
163,451
21,047
1,216,108
2,824


1,530,418


-247,459
52,905
28,447
11,287
37,777
1,425

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

-9,300
-124,918


Applicable
Receipts


...........




$191
...........
...........
...........
...........









191

..... ,305
22,305


...........

504,695
1,227,548
...........

1,754,743


...........

...........
...........
...........
...........
148
198

346


...........
2,457
...........
221


21,770
12,822


37,270


I _~


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year

Applicable Net
Outlays Receipts Outlays


I I


o Date

Net
Outlays


$46,383
240,051
-520
13,400
38,695

152
40,270
258,622
280,541
4,716
117,268
70,582
131,655

903,807

47,658
8,855

15,215,130
5,002,290

20,217,421

-504,695
-1,227,548
-1,604,676

22,253,175


28,860

91,866
6,263
163,451
21,047
1,216,108
2,676
-198

1,530,072


-247,459
52,905
25,990
11,287
37,556
1,425

-21,770
-12,822
-9,300

-162,187


$45,792
225,301
-1,872
13,119
35,959

401
19,055
309,440
346,902
6,046
107,271
57,142


846,257

44,158
31,531

12,282,091
4,197,151

16,479,242

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

-1,066,344

21,027,887


21,451

72,086
13,248
122,564
22,135
1,082,015
-304
.............

1,333,196


-266,235
92,931
29,934
8,920
32,255
-7,488



-311

-109,993


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

195
............
............
............
............
............
............
............
195


24,209

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



265,471
862,440


1,152,580


!45,792
225,301
-1,872
13,119
35,959

206
19,055
309,440
346,902
6,046
107,271
57,142
..............

846,062

44,158
7,322

12,282,091
4,197,151

16,479,242

-265,471
-862,440
-1,066,344

19,875,307


21,451

72,086
13,248
122,564
22,135
1,082,015
-439
-136

1,332,925


-266,235
92,931
28,179
8,920
32,017
-7,488

-27,230
-10,416
-311

-149,632


............
............
............
............
............
135
136

271


............
1,755

238
............

27,230
10,416


39,639


/ I j I I~






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


Classification of
OUTLAYS- -Continued


This Month


Current Fiscal Year to Date


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year


T~~ 4


Outlays


Applicable
Receipts


Net
Outlays


Outlays


-4 t I-


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

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

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

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

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

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

See footnotes on page 3.


$267,375
10,180
77,345
(*)


354,900


46,242
9,321
1,978
585
23,506
127,811
55,318
414,264
9,354
29,165
18,067

75,852
5,983
11,107
38,108

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


-222

866,439


19,322
1,601
31,345
8,298


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

.........
$510

510


21,812
10,882
2,056
43
22,286




......425
.........
.........
.........
.........
.........



6,425
.........

43,697
420
4,592
.........


$267,375
10,180
77,345
(*)
-510

354,390



24,431
-1,561
-78
542
1,220
127,811
55,318
414,264
9,354
29,165
18,067

75,852
5,983
4,681
38,108

-43,697
-420
-4,592
-222


$996,795
39,510
303,456
4


1,339,765



170,366
33,460
7,195
3,012
77,245
3,411,612
1,040,221
1,743,479
40,022
136,778
74,461

257,786
23,245
19,764
115,884


.... .....-80
.............

-803


Applicable
Receipts





.........
$1,607

1,607



87,580
42,799
22,700
165
79,397




...37,140
.........
.........
.........
.........
.........

.........




153,093
1,499
17,516
.........


4 I I


112,213


754,226


7,153,727


441,889


6,711,838


_- ___________ t


-<4~~~~~~- _______ _____ ______ _______ _____


21
49.........

49


____________________4 1


993,931

90
14,771

43,150
237,531
37,724
1,218
-2,630




-589
-90
-1,383

1,323,722


252,347
43,921
559
.....905
905


297,732


19,300
1,601
31,345
8,249


993,931

90
14,771

43,150
-14,816
-6,198
659
-2,630
-905



-589
-90
-1,383

1,025,989


73,778
4,302
32,739
31,499


3,975,581

360
46,077

129,779
1,059,130
176,209
5,303
1,492




-3,186
-360
-5,553
5,384,831


-115
.... 58
. ....... .
58


989,881
234,526
2,564
1....
1,276


1,228,246


73,892
4,302
32,739
31,442


3,975,581

360
46,077

129,779
69,249
-58,317
2,739
1,492
-1,276



-3,186
-360
-5,553
4,156,584


Outlays


Applicable
Receipts


Net
Outlays


$959,183
36,980
289,074
-4
............


...........
...........
...........
...... ii. ..
$1,32


$959,183
36,980
289,074
-4
-1,632


Net
Outlays


$996,795
39,510
303,456
4
-1,607

1,338,158



82,785
-9,338
-15,505
2,848
-2,153
3,411,612
1,040,221
1,743,479
40,022
136,778
74,461

257,786
23,245
-17,375
115,884

-153,093
-1,499
-17,516
-803


178,939
38,169
6,484
13,289
94,879
3,209,110
1,230,002
1,593,056
37,614
200,568
83,049

183,760
19,920
9,540
27,333


.........837
.............

-837


117,624
46,289
20,982
52
95,042
...........
...........
...........
...........
...........



.....
32,213
...........

151,700
1,532
1,170
...........


6,924,874


466,607


61,314
-8,120
-14,499
13,236
-163
3,209,110
1,230,002
1,593,056
37,614
200,568
83,049

183,760
19,920
-22,674
27,333

-151,700
-1,532
-1,170
-837

6,458,267


68,668
3,954
24,872
36,353

3,507,658

372
51,635

114,602
52,341
-134,994
815
9,157
-1,710



-3,652
-372
-6,300
3,589,552


68,677
3,954
24,872
36,419

3,507,658

372
51,635

114,602
937,524
145,169
3,751
9,157




-3,652
-372
-6,300

4,759,543


9

..........


885,183
280,164
2,936
...........
1,710






1,169,992


1,285,233 1,632 1,283,601


---~









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


Classification of
OUTLAYS--Continued


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

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


See footnotes on page 3.


This Month


Outlays


$1,163
1,032
60,530
2,847


17,575
.............o
7,729
165,829
5,935
81,841


3,920
4,217
.............
2,483
5,921
3

7,000
-451
1,984
30,187
1,232
6,017
2,101
3,441

13,334
16,187
8,959
66,278
15,317
**....**..*..


Applicable
Receipts


...... ..
(*)
$6
(*)



4
188,398
2
228,235


4,455
44,922

2)
2
2


145

168

3

26,114

2

28
41
2


Current Fiscal Year to Date


Net
Outlays


$1,163
1,032
60,524
2,846


17,575
..........
7,724
-22,569
5,933
-146,394


-535
-40,705
..........
2,482
5,919
1

7,000
-596
1,984
30,019
1,232
6,014
2,101
-22,673

13,332
16,187
8,931
66,237
15,315
.........*


_ -


313,000
18,263

1,375,549

-74,778

-6,676
72,105
10,696
9,118
9



-313,000

-337


Applicable Net
Receipts Outlays


Outlays


$3,397
4,536
215,354
13,876
120,200

240,150
25,416
29,855
715,755
23,111
219,762


16,681
10,492
12
8,517
20,818
6

35,662
1,544
3,360
124,173
3,620
21,845
74,590
13,891

40,158
44,734
34,145
268,360
81,247
1,785,176


.............
4,967

345,018

-18,016

-2,635
17,954
2,678
2,246
(*)


352,211


" (*)


..........
4,967

345,018

-18,016

-2,635
17,954
2,678
2,246
(*)
(*)


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

(*)


$1
24
8
..........


22,346
16
716,074
8
543,704


17,524
190,612
..........
(*)
-589
2

..........
595

29
..........
6,267
..........
32,831

3

55
145
8
..........


313,000


313,000
18,263

1,375,549

-74,778

-6,676
72,105
10,696
9,118
9
(*)


-313,000

-337


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year

Outlays Applicable Net
Receipts Outlays


$3,397
4,535
215,331
13,869
120,200

240,150
3,070
29,839
-320
23,103
-323,942


-843
-180,120
12
8,517
21,408
4

35,662
949
3,360
124,144
3,620
15,578
74,590
-18,940

40,155
44,734
34,090
268,214
81,239
1,785,176


26,785

1,307,287

-50,400

-7,600
47,736
7,230
10,001
111




-2,872


+


352,211


1,403,951


1,403,950


1,338,278


$3,891
4,873
253,036
13,024
107,150

276,000
20,416
25,178
590,324
21,594
940,994


21,245
37,143
118
8,049
19,914
-53

66,553
2,363
2,408
112,252
4,084
20,492
24,919
21,776

39,558
32,652
31,064
230,562
78,064
1,695,540


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


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

$13
2
............

............
............
30
757,763
5
649,181


21,956
180,264

1
13
............


568


............
417

21

16,057

2
....... .....
40
54
12
............


......... .. ..
26,785

1,307,287

-50,400

-7,600
47,736
7,230
10,001
111
(*)


1,:


-2,872

338,277


__ __ ____ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ _


$3,891
4,873
253,024
13,022
107,150

276,000
20,416
25,148
-167,439
21,589
291,812


-712
-143,121
118
8,048
19,902
-53

66,553
1,795
2,408
111,835
4,084
20,472
24,919
5,719

39,556
32,652
31,024
230,508
78,052
1,695,540










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


Classification of
OUTLAYS--Continued


Independent Agencies--Continued
Securities and Exchange Commission .................
Small Business Administration:
Public enterprise funds:
Business loan and investment fund ................
Disaster loan fund ..............................
Surety bond guarantee revolving fund .............
O ther....................................... .
Salaries and expenses ..............................
Proprietary receipts from the public ...............
Other............................................

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

Smithsonian Institution ..............................
Temporary Study Commissions .........................
Tennessee Valley Authority ..........................

United States Railway Association:
Administrative expenses...........................
Purchase of Conrail securities.....................
Other independent agencies ..........................

Total--Independent Agencies.......................

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

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

See footnotes on page 3.


Outlays


$5,955


63,548
110,078
3,007
368
15,835

250

193,085

10,711
840
410,952


595
75,000
20,266

2,986,512


-126


-77,000
-13,000
-19,000

-1,147


-213,579


-53,998

-377,850


This Month

Applicable
Receipts


41,341
60,483
1,104
40
...........
1
...........

102,970

5
(*)
242,397

...........

1,321

1,137,027


Net


Net
Outlays


$5,954


22,207
49,594
1,902
328
15,835
-1
250

90,115

10,706
840
168,555


595
75,000
18,945

1,849,485


-77,000
-13,000
-19,000

-1,147

-213,579


-53.998


Current Fiscal Year to Date


Outlays


Applicable
Receipts


$23,323 $8


436,320
544,344
11,453
1,100
61,211
........ .250
250


1,054,678

41,209
2,216
1,512,502


7,850
235,300
47,217

14,055,838


-291,000
-52,000
-69,000

-4,838

-815,777


-215,744


151,243
190,755
3,880
636
.......... .

...........


346,523

19
(*)
897,726


5,167

4,007,296


-377,850 -1,448,767


Ni
Outl


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year

et Outlays Applicable Net
lays Receipts Outlays


;23,315


285,076
353,589
7,573
464
61,211
-8
250


708,155

41,189
2,216
614,776


7,850
235,300
42,049

10,048,542





-30

-378


-291,000
-52,000
-69,000

-4,838

-815,777


-215.744

-1,448,767


$18,968


393,806
330,857
15,439
1,592
56,145
............
............


797,840

40,178
4,721
1,132,068


4,185
226,000
51,546

13,212,432





-30

-374


-286,000
-41,000
-60,000

-6,144

-847,653


-206.245

-1,447,447


$8


129,050
73,820
3,526
213
............
6
............


206,615

23
690
688,068


4,357

3,696,225


$18,960


264,756
257,037
11,913
1,379
56,145
-6
.............


591,225

40,156
4,031
444,000


4,185
226,000
47,189

9,516,207





-30

-374


-286,000
-41,000
-60,000

-6,144


-847,653


-206.245

-1,447,447


-7


I


o......o...
oo...o..o..,,
............





. .. ... ... .


...........








TABLE I


Classification of
OUTLAYS--Continued



Undistributed offsetting receipts--Continued
Interest on certain Government accounts:
Interest credited to certain Government accounts:
The Judiciary:
Judicial survivors annuity fund .................
Department of Defense:
Civil:
Soldiers' and Airmen's Home permanent fund..
Department of Health, Education, and Welfare:
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust
fu nd .................................... ..
Federal disability insurance trust fund ..........
Federal hospital insurance trust fund ...........
Federal supplementary medical insurance trust
fund .................................... ..
Department of Labor:
Unemployment trust fund ......................
Black Lung Disability Trust Fund...............
Department of State:
Foreign Service retirement and disability fund ...
Department of Transportation:
Airport and airway trust fund ..................
Highway trust fund ...... ...................
Veterans Administration:
Government life insurance fund.................
National service life insurance fund..............
Independent Agencies:
Civil Service Commission:
Civil Service retirement and disability fund....
Railroad Retirement Board:
Railroad retirement account ................
Other .... ................................

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

Rents and royalties on the outer continental shelf land ..

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

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

TOTAL BUDGET

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

O utlays ............................................

Budget surplus .+) ur deficit I-) ........................

See footnotes on page 3.


II--BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS--Continued (In thousands)

This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date

Applicable Net Applicable Net
Outlays Receipts Outlays Outlays Receipts Outlays


-$9


-10,509
-1,699
-6,534

-2,329

35,586
-109

-63

-219
-1,605

-15
-76


-3,281

-175
-137

8,827



-369,022

46,600,633


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

..........

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

..........

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

..........


..........

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



$147,229

1471229
5,505,278


________________ I____________


Proprietary receipts......
Receipts from off-budget F
Intrabudgetary transactions

Total receipts offset al


-10,509
-1,699
-6,534

-2,329

35,586
-109

-63

-219
-1,605

-15
-76


-3,281

-175
-137

8,827

-147,229

-516,251

41,095,355

(Net Totals)

38.364,264

-41,095,355


-$254


-1,922

-879,264
-124,435
-417,638

-157,954

-178,588
-235

-13,833

-127,701
-387,948

-17,241
-256,358


-1,875,242

-103,556
-1,931

-4,544,102

...........

-5,992,869

184,406,294


-2.731.091


MEMORANDUM

Receipts offset against outlays (In thousands)

Current
Fiscal Year
to Date

........................ $6,791,669
federal agencies .......... 1,227,548
....................... 18,156,867

against outlays............. 26,176,084


-$254


-1,922


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

...........

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

...........

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

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









$502,272

502,272

20,093,568


-879,264
-124,435
-417,638

-157,954

-178,588
-235

-13,833

-127,701
-387,948

-17,241
-256,358


-1,875,242

-103,556
-1,931

-4,544,102

-502,272

-6,495,141

164,312,726

(Net Totals)

137.814,179

I -164,312.726
=f


-26.498.547


Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year


Outlays






-$267


-1,506

-1,021,775
-119,797
-390,494

-87,865

-98,139
...........

-8,923

-99,782
-299,126

-15,797
-220,491


-1,474,426

-95,257
-1,088

-3,934,733

...........

-5,382,180

168,148,227


Applicable
Receipts


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

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

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

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


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












$700,642

700,642

17,924,564


___ f


Net
Outlays





-$267


-1,506

-1,021,775
-119,797
-390,494

-87,865

-98,139


-8,923

-99,782
-299,126

-15,797
-220,491


-1,474,426

-95,257
-1,088

-3,934,733

-700,642

-6,082,822

150,223,662

(Net Totals)

117.723.784

-150.223,662

-32.499,878


Comparable Period
Prior Fiscal Year

$4,987,983
862,440
16,808,841

22,659,264






TABLE IV--MEANS OF FINANCING (In thousands) 21


Classification Net Transactions Account Balances
(-) denotes net reduction of either Current Fiscal Year
liability or assets accountsurrent scale ear

(Assets and Liabilities This Month Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of Close of
Directly Related to the Budget) This Year Prior Year This Year This Month This Month


LIABILITY ACCOUNTS

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

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

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

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

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

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

Accrued interest payable to the public .....................

Deposit funds:
Allocations of special drawing rights.....................
Other .................................................

Miscellaneous liability accounts (Includes checks
outstanding etc.).......................................

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

ASSET ACCOUNTS (Deduct)

Cash and monetary assets:
U.S. Treasury operating cash:3
Federal Reserve account .............................
Tax and loan note accounts ...........................
Tax and loan accounts ............................

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

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

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

Gold tranche drawing rights:
U.S. subscription to International Monetary Fund:
Direct quota payments ..........................
Maintenance of value adjustments ...................
Other demand liabilities issued to IMF.................
Receivable/Payable (-) for U. S. currency valuation
adjustment........................................

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

See footnotes on page 3.


1I.247,131
...........


1,247,131



-208,244

1,038,886



-2,272,847

3,311,733


316,145


1,083,811
26,489


$18,909,176
..........


18,909,176



-601,402

18,307,774



-257,022

18,564,796


1,315,043


1,133,636
-65,730


-2,035,685 -1,346,228


$22,755,305 1771,544,469
-10 10


22,755,295 771,544,479


-72,028

22,683,266



-4,020,207

26,703,473


2,186,517


118,339
270,890


-1,010,660


8,880,631

780,425,110


$789,206,514
10

789,206,524


8,487,473

797,693,998


169,476,652 171,492,477

610,948,458 626,201,521


6,733,414


2,938,754
3,368,277


8,112,566


______ _____


2,702,493 19,601,517 28,268,560


-674,105
-471,459


-1,145,564


1,102,863
..........

1,102,863




-145,878
-14,000

132,257


-13,124,983
11,623,638
-5,796,587

-7,297,931


-280,334


-280,334



..........
36,678
-2,564,000

42,680


-4,511,970
...........
-2,111,117

-6,623,087


140,162
-50,000

90,162



345,632
-40,000

-162,064


632,101,470




16,647,185

5,796,587

22,443,772


2,941,684
-1,300,000

1,641,684



8,810,156
1,957,257
-6,922,259

-308,688


7,732,312


2,988,580
3,276,058


8,802,023

649,000,494




4,196,307
12,095,096
...........

16,291,404


1,558,488
-1,300,000

258,488



8,810,156
2,139,814
-9,472,259

-398,265


. : .


_ __ --


-27,621


297,728


227,407

-687,737

-460,331

+3,162,824


-2,484,641


-706,304
2,751,748


-8,017,462

846,307


-7,171,155

+26,772,672


143,568


29,678
-350,953

-6,710,632

312,699


-6,397,933

+34,666,494


-431,732 -274,125 -2,166,616 ..........


+2,731,091 +26,498,547


3,536,466


706,304
3,617,141


31,945,367

4,627,780


36,573,147


1,079,446


..6,7,i16o
6,071,160


23,700,498

6,161,824


29,862,322


+595,528,323 619,138,172


157,607


$790,453,645
10

790,453,655


8,279,229

798,732,884



169,219,630

629,513,254


8,048,457


4,072,391
3,302,547


6,766,338

651,702,987




3,522,202
11,623,638


15,145,840


2,661,351
-1,300,000

1,361,351



8,810,156
1,993,935
-9,486,259

-266,008

1,051,825


6,368,889

23,927,904

5,474,087

29,401,991


+622,300,996


-274,125


+32,499,878 +595,528,323 I619,295,779 +622,026,870


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TABLE IV--SCHEDULE A--ANALYSIS OF CHANGE IN EXCESS OF LIABILITIES (In thousands)


Classification



Excess of liabilities be.'innin- of period:
Based on composition of unified budget in urecedini period.....
Adjustments during current fiscal year for changes in
composition of unified budget ..............................

Excess of liabilities beginning of period (current basis)...........

lIud:et surplus (-) or deficit:
P.isel on composition of unified budget in prior fiscal year.....
Chances in ...rmposItion of unified budget:
Pr i.'f on s.Je .f :2..l reclassified from budgetary to
ii I',Jl n .- '.,' .,.nt .....................................

Buaudg- surplus (-) or deficit (Table III) ........................

Transactions not applied to current year's surplus or deficit:
Seigniorage ...............................................
Increm ent on :-11 .......................................
Profit on sale f -...ld ......................................
Net gain (-)/loss for U.S. currency valuation adjustment ......
Net gain (-)/loss for IMF loan valuation adjustment ..........
01 -haidceti Federal Agencies:
Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation .....................
Postal Service ..........................................
Rural electrification and telephone revolving fund............
Rural Telephone Bank ...................................
Federal Financing Bank .................................

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

Excess of liabilities close of period ...........................


Fiscal Year to Date
This
Month
This Year Prior Year


5619,138,172 $595,528,323


-537.199,389


619.138 172 595.528 323 537 199.389


2,248,635


482,456

2,731,091

-63,527
S-482,456
13,621


1,181
217,007
36,545
16,825
R~i 5Rfi


26,016,091


482,456

26,498,547

-175,781
............
-482,456
-79,359
-78,532

4,040
-2,255,833
164,612
35,594
3 141 8iO


32,499,878


32,499,878

-121,418
-702
............
-183,568

2.936
-1,483.246
89.911
32,271
r n8 343


431,732 274,125 2,166,616

622,300,996 622,300,996 571,865,883


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


Classification





Agencr. -.> urii -i. issued under special financing authorities:
Ot.l-i.,an ns ...i tie United States, issued by:
Export-Import Bank .....................................
Obligations guaranteed by the United States, issued by:
Department of Defense:
Family Housing Mortgages ...........................
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Federal Housing Administration .....................
Department of Transportation:
Coast Guard:
Family Housing Mortgages .........................
Obligations not guaranteed by the United States, issued by:
Department of Defense:
Homeowners Assistance Mortgages .....................
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Government National Mortgage Association ..............
Independent Agencies:
Postal Service ........................................
Tennessee Valley Authority ............................

Total agency securities .................. .........


Net Transactions
(-) denotes net reduction of
liability accounts


This Month


Fiscal Year to Date

This Year Prior Year


-$196,571 -524,087 -324,802


-4,536

-6,832


-270




.........-208,244
-208,244


-32,701

-19,081


-444

-25,000

......-601....402

-601,402


-42,061

19,611


Account Balances
Current Fiscal Year


Beginning of


This Year



32.140.605


896,001

600,638


1,638


309 749

-25,000 3,166,000

.......... 250,000
.......... 1,825,000

-72,028 8,880,631


This Month



?1.813.089


867,836

588,388


1,585


575

3,141,000

250,000
1,825,000

8,487,473


See footnotes on page 3.


Close of
This Month


$1,616,518


863,300

581,551


1,550


305

3,141,000

250,000
1,825,000

8.279,229


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TABLE IV--SCHEDULE C (MEMORANDUMI--AGENCY BORROWING FINANCED THROUGH 23

ISSUE OF PUBLIC DEBT SECURITIES (In thousands)


Classification




Borrowing from the Treasury:
Agency for International Development....................
Commodity Credit Corporation .........................
D.C. Commissioners: Stadium sinking fund, Armory
Board, D.C............................................
Export-Import Bank of United States ...................
Federal Financing Bank ...............................
Federal Home Loan Bank Board ........................
Federal Housing Administration:
General insurance ...................................
Special risk insurance...............................
General Services Administration:
Pennsylvania Avenue Development Corporation..........
Government National Mortgage Association:
Emergency home purchase assistance fund .............
Management and liquidating functions ................
Special assistance functions .........................
International Communication Agency....................
Rural Electrification Administration ..................
Rural Telephone Bank.................................
Saint Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation .........
Secretary of Agriculture, Farmers Home Administration:
Rural housing insurance fund.........................
Agricultural credit insurance fund ....................
Rural development insurance fund ....................
Secretary of Energy:
Bonneville Power Administration .....................
Secretary of Housing and Urban Development
Department:
College housing loans ...............................
Housing for the Elderly and Handicapped ...............
National flood insurance fund........................
New communities guaranty:
Title IV...........................................
Title VII .....................................
Urban renewal fund .................................
Secretary of the Interior:
Bureau of Mines, helium fund........................
Secretary of Transportation:
Rail Service Assistance .............................
Regional Rail Reorganization.......................
Smithsonian Institution:
John F. Kennedy Center parking facilities..............
Tennessee Valley Authority...........................
Veterans Administration:
Veterans direct loan program ........................

Total Borrowing from the Treasury .........................

Borrowing from the Federal Financing Bank.

Export-Import Bank of the United States.................
Postal Service ........................................
Tennessee Valley Authority............................

Total Borrowing from the Federal I .. .. Bank ...............

Total Agency Borrowing financed through
issues of Public Debt Securities ......................


This Month




$1,524,670


174,000
955,750




1,183

-21,970

51.170

31,449
6,103

...........

50,000




45,000
5,617

135
8,997


Transactions

Fiscal Year to Date


This Year



$2,944,328

-1,247
221,100
4,176,714
........... I



-3,459

13,303

-19,250

194,198
6,103
-2,500


50,000




150,000
23,876

135
14,801
...........


2. 832.104 7.768,102


160,000

160.000


2,992,104


330,000

575,000

905,000


8,673,102


Comparable
Prior Year



3 818 r-,

416
-1,662
4,103,614

20,000
60,000

9,338

-176,610
-15,000
243,920

60,150
2,099
-1,000


11,400

............
85,393






............
............
7,375




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

8,228.114


-90,000
340,000

250.000


8,478,114


Account Balances
Current Fiscal Year


Beginning of

This Year This Month


$11,261,307

1,663

48,077,503
.......... .

2,156,655
1,812,166

17,212

1,076,107
35,000
4,136,597
22,114
7,864,742
319,272
115,476

1,005,718
776,000
440,000

300,000


2,811,000
45,170
230,366

3,487
211,006
800,000

251,650

2,826
2,704
20,400
150,000

1,730,078

85.676,219


6,568,287
2,114,000
5,220,000

13.902.287


99,578,508


$12,680,966

416
47,100
51,298,467


2,156,655
1,812,166

12,570

1,111,380
35,000
4,066,177
22,114
8,027,491
319,272
112,976

1,005,718
776,000
440,000

300,000


2,811,000
150,170
248,626

3,487
216,810
800,000

251,650

2,826
2,704
20,400
150,000

1,730,078

90,612.219


6,898,287
2,114,000
5,635,000

14,647,287


105,259,506


Close of
This Month




$14,205,635

416
221,100
52,254,217


2,156,655
1,812,166

13,753

1,089,410
35,000
4,117,347
22,114
8,058,940
325,375
112,976

1,005,718
776,000
490,000

300,000


2,811,000
195,170
254,242

3,622
225,807
800,000

251,650

2,826
2,704
20,400
150,000

1,730,078

93.444.321


6,898,287
2,114,000
5,795,000

14.807.287


108,251,608


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.
R-Revised


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TABLE IV--SCHEDULE D--INVESTMENTS OF GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTS

IN FEDERAL SECURITIES (In thousands)


Classification


Federal Funds:
Department vi A~r culture:
Agency! y Lecurtlies ...................................

Department of Commerce..............................
Depart ment of Housing and Urban Development:
Fedceri Housing Administration:
Federal housing administration fund:
Public debt securities ...........................
Agency securities ...............................
Government National Mortgage Association:
Emergency mortgage purchase assistance:
Special assistance function fund:
Agency securities...............................
Management and liquidating functions fund:
Agency securities...............................
Guarantees of Mortgage-Backed Securities:
Public debt securities ...........................
Agency securities...............................
Participation sales fund:
Public debt securities ...........................
Agency securities ...............................
Housing Management:
Community disposal operations fund:
Agency securities...............................
Federal Insurance Administration:
National insurance development fund ................

Department of Transportation ..........................
Department of the Treasury ............................

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

Independent Agencies:
Emergency Loan Guarantee Board ....................
Export-Import Bank of the United States...............
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation:
Public debt securities .............................
Agency securities.................................
National Credit Union Administration .................
Other .............................................

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

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

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

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

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

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


Net Purchases or Sales (-)


18
-51,505


Fiscal Year to Date


Securities Held as Investments
Current Fiscal Year


Beginning of


This Year Prior Year This Year This Month


This Month




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

$19,910



10,542



-795

-273

3,490


14,563
............


-$6,000

14,800



2,968
-5



-2,704

-209

6,044
-623

65,183
............


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

.......... -9,400

18 ............
1,375,586 13,222


102 15,015


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

40,705

26,100
7,850

71,774
-1,068

70,706




274...
274


-1,296,156
............
-29,738

-78,775
............
211,989
57


............
-7,700

180,119
............
20,830
22,170

1,730,028
-11,624

1,718,405



45
80

2,055

55

-25
259



-4,717,796
............
-174,740

-409,697
............
534,459
257


14,045


-31,510
50,000

143,147

-6,790
19,385

281,094
-9,541

271,553



175

205

-455

.........ii
113



-4,282,281
............
-1,022,758

-850,481
..1..59..79
1,059,179
............


-"6.o00

26,050



26,147
-1,377



-2,641

-983

17,294
-623

54,500
. .........


Close of
This Month


T17.215

99,416



1,869,015
189.613



104,240

32,218

86,746
34,859

1,325,766
12,380


388

52.037

17,303
3.138.595


424,972


$23,215

73,366



1,842,868
190,990



106,881

33,201

69,452
35,482

1,271,266
12,380


388

52,037

17,285
1,763,009


409,957



7,700

4,986,073
85,975
102,264
371,465

10,966,742
488,511

11,455,253


641
1,515

44,412

1,495

60
3,007



30,411,815
555,000
4,352,301

11,707,306
50,000
4,020,692
1,736


?17.215

79,506



1.858.473
189,613



105,035

32,491

83,256
34,859

1,311,203
12,380


388

52,037

17,285
3,190,100


424,870



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

5,125,487
85,975
96,994
385,785

12,624,996
477,955

13,102,951



686
1,595

46,193

1,550

35
3,062


26,990.175
555,000
4,207,299

11,376,384
50,000
4,343,162
1,936


5,166,192
85,975
123.094
393,635

12,696,770
476,888

13,173,658



686
1,595

46,467

1,550

35
3,266


25,694,019
555,000
4,177,561

11,297,609
50,000
4,555,151
1,993






TABLE IV--SCHEDULE D--INVESTMENTS OF GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTS 25

IN FEDERAL SECURITIES (In thousands)--Continued


Classification


Trust Funds--Continued
Department of the Interior..............................

Department of Labor:
Unemployment trust fund .............................
Other ..................... ....................

Department of State:
Foreign service retirement and disability fund..........
Other.. ... ............... .......................

Department of Transportation:
Airport and airway trust fund .........................
Highway trust fund ..................................
Other ............. ................................

Department of the Treasury ...........................

General Services Administration .......................

Veterans Administration:
Government life insurance fund ......................
National service life insurance fund:
Public debt securities ..............................
Agency securities ................................
Veterans special life insurance fund ..................
General Post Fund National Homes ....................

Independent Agencies:
Civil Service Commission:
Civil service retirement and disability fund:
Public debt securities ......................... ..
Agency securities ..............................
Employees health benefits fund ......................
Employees life insurance fund ......................
Retired employees health benefits fund...............
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation ................
Japan-United States Friendship Commission ...........
Harry S. Truman Memorail Scholarship Trust Fund.....
Railroad Retirement Board ..........................
Total public debt securities.........................
Total agency securities ............................

Total trust funds ................................

Off-budget Federal agencies:
Federal Financing Bank ...............................
Postal Service......................................
Rural electrification and telephone revolving fund .........
Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation ...................

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

Total Off-budget Federal agencies...............

Grand Total.................. .........................

Note: Investments are in public debt securities unless
otherwise noted.


Net Purchases or Sales (-)


This Month


$14,885

-777,150
13,725


-4,414
...........,


42,900
161,105


13,500

215


-4,979

-35,872
............
-4,389




-433,786

14,760
6,185
-520
108,565

-140
-328,183


Fiscal Year to Date


This Year


$18,755


-299,814
36,305


58,808
-225


312,387
392,920
...........

-9,745

710


-4,746

154,502
...........
16,802
...........



109,198
...........
-68,809
58,300
-2,800
287,708
-421
720
-331,338


-2,405,738 -4,035,831
............ ...... ...


-2,405,738


7,885
55,500

-1,200

62,185


-4,035,831


30,875
2,033,700
-120
-4,050

2,060,405


Prior Year


_____________ 4


-$260


-1,050,183
............


43,731
............


235,698
465,738
............

-7,200

700


-2,194

187,888
............
22,570




-12,241
............
-54,100
133,614
-900
-320,000
-20
675
-387,328

-5,840,115
.......... .


-5,840,115


22,610
1,528,400
............
-2,655

1,548,355


___________ 4- -4


62,185


-2,272,847


2,060,405


-257,022


1,548,355


-4,020,207


Securities Held as Investments
Current Fiscal Year


Beginning of


This Year This Month


$12,126 $15,996


9,517,307 9,994,643
4,661 27,241


371,864
980


3,686,537
11,578,082
20

57,320

4,090


495,642

7,618,041
135,000
583,400
2,365



55,884,840
275,000
513,316
3,016,488
7,629
8,031,768
18,671
32,979
3,077,888

155,060,993
1,015,000


156,075,993


116,895
1,721,100
4,011
103,400

1,945,406


1,945,406


169,476,652


_________________ t ___________________ ___________________


435,086
755


3,956,024
11,809,897
20

34,075

4,585


495,875

7,808,415
135,000
604,591
2,365



56,427,824
275,000
429,747
3,068,603
5,349
8,210,911
18,250
33,839
3,074,733


153,430,899
1,015,000


154,445,899


139,885
3,699,300
3,891
100,550


151,025,161
1,015,000

152,040,161


147,770
3,754,800
3,891
99,350


3,943,626 4,005,811

3,943,626 4,005,811


171,492,477


169,219,630


i


Close of
This Month



$30,881


9,217,493
40,966


430,672
755


3,998,924
11,971,002
20

47,575

4,800


490,896

7,772,543
135,000
600,202
2,365



55,994,038
275,000
444,507
3,074,788
4,829
8,319,476
18,250
33,699
2,746,550


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TABLE V--COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS

BY MONTHS OF CURRENT FISCAL YEAR (In millions)


Clia -ziiEatin



NET RECEIPTS


Individual incrnre taxes.
Corporation income tla-e. .
Social insurance taxes and
contributions
Employ,ment ta-es and
contrrIution. ... .. ..
rneniplovmnent insurance. .
Contributions for other
insurance and retirement...
Excise
Estate and aft taxes .. .
Customs duties.... ....
Miscellaneous receipts.. ...


Total- receipts this
year.. 2


NET OUTLAYS


Legislati e Branch .... ......
The Judiciar,.. .
Executive Office Oicof the
President ....
Funds Appropriated to the
President
International security
assistance ... .. ...
internationall development
assistance ............
Other.
Department of Agriculture-
Foreign assistance, special
export programs and
Commodity Credit
Corporation..........
Other.. ...
Department of Commerce.
Department OI Defense
Military
Department uf the Army.
Department of the Navy'....
Department of Air Force ..
Defense agencies
CI. II defense

Total M11itary ..

Civil ..... ............
Department of Energy .. ...
Department io Health.
Education. and Welfare
Human De,.elopnent
S r'.'ices
Health Care Firuncini
Adnimnitration
Grants to states for
Medicaid .. .
Federal hospital insurance
trust fund... .. ..
Federal supplementary
medical insurance trust
fund .... ... .. .. .
Other
S. l-al Securii\ Adm
.A sist. Pmints. Pr,-.,r.nim .
Federal ,lid-ace and
sur I\',rs incurantc irust
fund
Fed. ral disahilit incsur-
rance trust find.
Other r .
Other


Oct Nuv. Dec.


Jan.


15.922 1l6.609 '16.066 I?23 667
1 684 1 048 10.386 2 146



6.595 9.762 7 059 8 439'
722 1,662 174 478

488 499 483 512
1.635 1,712 1.597 1.520
477 460 386 485
621 646 594 630
602 829 732 486


8.745 33 227 37 477 38.364

. :_ --


104 78 86
1 49 30

6 6 4


969 1.150
727 1 504
488 476


-27

281
19



1 515
1 344
418


2.214 2 282 2 425 2.34
3 376 2 880 2.956 2.8'
2 333 2 702 2.730 2 5
1 237 1.353 1 269 1.44
4 8 3

9.164 I 9.224 9 383 9 2

223 289 245 21
536 638 677 5'



4.84 465 505 54


1 038 952

1 Q20 1 582


7 152

1 1t.U

4-V.


980

1 537


628
M57

580

7 134

1 12-
-1410
-141 1


Feb. March


April


May June


- I -I -.- --I


Fia i I Com-
Fiscal parable
July Aug. Sept. Year Period
To Prior
Date F. Y.
-0- P


S72.264 %60,611
15.265 13.569



31,855 27,486
3.037 2.284

1.982 1,827


1ji 1 'I 1 r


35

8



212

155
-11



1.528
1.824
355


=- "=.----=- ..... ... ..


18
,2

13
13'

181

18
71



40


1.064:

1.677i


739'
600 j

451


7.174

1.117
67
98 7


6o.44 O6,09
1.808 1,778
2.491 1,860
2,649 2,211

137,814.

....... I I' "24


-160.

6461
2481


5.162 5.364
5.399- 4,956
1.737" 1,327
___ 1-~ L

9.2691 8.643
12.084 O 10.482
10.306 9,263
5.302 4,638
281 17

36.989 33,043

974 840
2,422 1,789
,,,


1.994



4,034,

6,417


2.821
2,495i

2,190


28.421

4.522
2.598'
2.55611


1,612



3.483

5.742


2.100
2,479

2 233

25.948

4.130
2,878
1.773


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TABLE V-COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF BUDGET RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS

BY MONTHS OF CURRENT FISCAL YEAR (In millions)--Continued


Classification



OUTLAYS--Continued

Department of Housing
and Urban Development ........
Department of the Interior .......
Department of Justice...........
Department of Labor:
Unemployment trust fund ......
O ther........................
Department of State ............
Department of Transportation:
Highway Irust fund.... .....
Other........................
Department of the Treasury.
Interest on the public debt .....
Interest on refunds, etc. ......
General revenue sharing.......
Other........................
Environmental Protection
Agency .......................
General Services
Administration ................
National Aeronautics and
Space Administration ........ .
Veterans Admirustration:
Compensation and pensions ....
National service life ..........
Government service life.......
Other........................
Independent agencies:
Civil Service Commission .....
Postal Service................
Small Business
Administration ..............
Tennessee Valley Authority....
Other ind. agencies............
Undistributed offsetting
receipts:
Federal employer contribu-
tons to retirement fund ......
Interest credited to certain
accounts....................
Rents and Royalties on Outer
Continental Shell Lands.......

Total outlays--this year.....

I *, 'J ,I,// L pr-1.11 ........ .

Surplus (*) or deficit (-) this
year..........................

Sinalp I ,,ih, .r, r ,, it r I pr- .......


197
210

642
669
153

764
884

3,822
26
1.704
162

392

-161

300

773
27
6
839

1.048
1.785

448
134
898



-199

-103

-95


310
255

632
833
136

634
658

4.146
29
2
-186

342

75

350

838
22
5
800

973


131
182
420


266
176

743
893
30

529
662

8.138
30

-689

367

116

333

1.673
24
5
946

1.109


40
130 i
901



-508

-4.219

-143


246
229

1.058
985
107

487
808

4.112
32
1.699
-774

430

-192

354

128
32
6
589

1.026


90
169
565



-378

9

-147


42.691 39.134 41.392 41.095


-- -t .....
-13.946 -5.907 -3 915 -2.731
S I r a ;.'' ..J :"


March April


June


~1 T


Fiscal Com-
Year parable
To Period
Date Prior
F. Y.




"2.924 .2 699
1.020 1.232
870 802

3.075 3.951
3 380 3,030
426 389

2.415 2.165
3.013 2,574

20.217 16.479
117 107
3 406 3.408
-1,487 -120

1 530 1.333

-162 -150

1.338 1.284

3.412 3.209
105 32
22 18
3,174 3.199

4.157 3.59f,
1.785 1.696

708 591
615 444
2.784 3.196



-1.449 -1.447

-4,544 -3 935

-502 -701

164 313 ..........




-26.499 ..........

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TABLE VI-TRUST FUND IMPACT ON BUDGET RESULTS AND INVESTMENT HOLDINGS (in mllons)


Classification


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

Trust fund receipts and outlays
on the basis of Table III and
investments held from
Table IV-D..................

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

Total trust fund receipts and
outlays .......................

Federal fund receipts and outlays on
the basis of Table II. ..............
Interfund receipts offset against
Federal fund outlays .............

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

Total interfund receipts and outlays...

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


Current Month


Receipts


:5,839
1,078
1,474

229
284


117

588

49
479

23


10.159


11,144


28.206

32


Outlays


$7,086
1,102
1,651

135
728

-20
-146
63
1,699
505
-116
347
1,094
42
-40


14,129


985

15.1141


26,966

32


28.238 26,998


-1.017 -1.017

38,364 41.096


Excess


-$1,248
-25
-178

94
-444

20
146
54
-1,699
83
116
-299
-615
-42
65


-3.971


Fiscal Year to Date


Receipts





?21.930
4,034
5,293

857
1,126


505
6,855
2,478

599
3,037

89


46,802


Outlays


$26,636
4,204
5,789

331
1,009

14
-324
184
3,406
2,095
-993
969
2,887
-165
-22


46.020


Excess


-$4,707
-170
-497

525
117

-14
324
321
3,449
383
993
-371
150
165
112


3- 9,661 9,661 -0-


-3,971 56,463


1.240

-0-


1,240


_-0-
-2.732


97,867

66


97.933


-16.582
137.814


55,681


125,147

66


125,213


-27.280

-0-


-27.280


-16.582 -0-

164,313 -26,499


Securities held as Investment
Current Fiscal Year


Beginning of


This Year This Month


$30,967
4,352
11,757

4,021
56,532

3,537
8,032
3,687
.... .....
11,578

3,078
9,517
8.832
186


156.076


$27,545
4,207
11,426

4,343
57,138

3,504
8,211
3,956

11,810

3,075
9,995
9,044
191


154.446


Close of
This Month


26,249
4,178
11,348

4,555
56,700

3,525
8,319
3,999
...............
11,971

2,747
9,217
8,999
236


152,040


Note: Interfund receipts and outlays are transactions between Federal funds and trust funds, such as, Feeaeral payments and contributions,
Federal employer contributions, and interest and profits on investments in Federal securities. They have no net effect on overall budget
receipts and outlays since the receipt side of such transactions is offset against budget outlays. In this table, interfund receipts are
shown as an adjustment to arrive at total receipts and outlays of trust funds and Federal funds respectively. Included in total interfund
receipts and outlays are $6, 855 million in Federal funds transferred to trust funds for general revenue sharing.


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TABLE VII--SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS BY SOURCE AND OUTLAYS BY FUNCTION (In thousands) 29


Classification


NET RECEIPTS

Individual income taxes .........................................................
Corporation income taxes ...................... ................................
Social insurance taxes and contributions:
Employment taxes and contributions ..........................................
Unemployment insurance ....................................................
Contributions for other insurance and retirement .......................................
Excise taxes ..................................................................
Estate and gift taxes ..................................... .....................
Customs duties ................................................................
Miscellaneous receipts.......................................................
Total.......................................................... ..........

NET OUTLAYS

National defense ...............................................................
International affairs............................................................
General science, space, and technology.........................................
Energy ............... ..................... .................................
Natural resources and environment.............................................
Agriculture ........... ................................................ ..
Commerce and housing credit..................................................
Transportation ................................................................
Community and regional development ............................................
Education, training, employment and social services.............................
Health........ ..............................................................
Income security ...............................................................
Veterans benefits and services................................. .. ..........
Administration of justice .......................................................
General government ...................................... .....................
General purpose fiscal assistance .............................................
Interest.................... ...................................................
Undistributed offsetting receipts ......................... ....................
Total........... .......................... ... ....... ..... ...


Budget Receipts and Outlays

This Month Fiscal Year Comparable Period
To Date Prior Fiscal Year


:.23.667.237
2,146,372

8,438,817
478,173
512,355
1,519,956
485,389
629,985
485,980
38,364,264


9,304,357
549,985


420,863
621,633
952,665
1,754,886
108,739
1,419,220
800,405
2,467,171
4,148,752
12,958,831
756,701
341,075
392,365
1,753,729
2,860,228
-516,251
41,095,355


$72,263,725
15,264,652


$60,611,098
13,568,684


31,855,247 27,486,065
3,036,545 2,283,988
1,982,142 1,826,974
6,463,819 6,097,643
1,808,231 1,778,063
2,491,164 1,859,946
2,648,654 2,211,323

137,814,179 _117,723,784


37,190,538
1,167,066
1,606,862
2,982,325
3,844,634
5,756,919
2,582,434
5,902,365
3,393,347
9,065,169
16,859,536
49,600,787
6,721,198
1,369,996
1,642,262
4,011,185
17,111,244
-6,495,141
164,312,726


33,670,190
1,147,693
1,519,184
1,539,562
3,932,596
6,117,338
2,964,786
5,323,283
2,925,111
7,659,710
14,674,369
46,687,943
6,466,325
1,203,442
1,044,574
4,901,236
14,529,142
-6,082,822
150,223,662


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