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Final monthly Treasury statement
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This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Comparable Period Prior Fiscal Year
Classification of
RECEIPTS Gross Refunds Net Gross Refunds Net Gross Refunds Net
Receipts (Deduct) Receipts Receipts (Deduct) Receipts Receipts (Dedyct) Receipts


Individual income taxes:
W 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 ............. ................................ .
Taxes on benefits .................................................

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

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

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

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

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

Railroad retirement accounts:
Railroad Retirement Act taxes ....................................
Taxes on Railroad Retirement benefits .............................

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

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

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

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12,332 441 11,891 74,179 17,286 56,893 61,780 24,758 37,022




11,325 .............. 11,325 129,090 296 128,794 110,267 293 109,975
897 .............. 897 6,602 .............. 6,602 4,999 .............. 4,999
865 .......... .. 865 14,916 ............. 14,916 13,998 .............. 13,998
....... .. .... ... .... ........... .2,132 ............. 2,132 .............. ..

13,088 ............. 13,088 152,740 296 152,444 129,265 293 128,972


1,088 .............. 1,088 13,451 39 13,412 15,646 53 15,594
87 .............. 87 733 ........... 733 823 .......... .. 823

66 .............. 66 1,618 .............. 1,618 1,931 .............. 1.931
.... .. .... ............... 143 .............. 143 ....... .....

1,241 ............. 1,241 15,945 39 15,907 18,401 53 18,348


2,964 .............. 2,964 34,557 81 34,476 30,919 83 30,835
225 ............ 225 1,374 ......... 1,374 934 .............. 934
......... .. 308 .............. 308 309 ............. 309
177 ............. 177 4,103 .............. 4,103 3,563 ............. 3,563

3,366 ............. 3,366 40,342 81 40,262 35,724 83 35,641


298 2 296 3,334 13 3,321 2,807 2 2,805
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17,993 2 17,990 212,612 428 212,184 186,197 431 185,766



130 .............. 130 19,036 .......... ... 19,036 14,425 ........ .. 14,425
128 (**) 127 6,052 153 5,899 4,316 110 4,206
38 ............ 38 202 ............ 202 168 .............. 168

296 (*) 295 25,291 153 25,138 18,909 110 18,799



343 .............. 343 4,455 .............. 4,455 4,311 .............. 4,311
3 ............. 3 38 .............. 38 38 ........... 38
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Classification of
OUTLAYS-Continued Applicable Net Applicable Net Applicable Net
ays Receipts Outlays O Receipts Outlays Outlays Receipts Outlays


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

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

The Judiciary:
Supreme Court of the United States................... ...................
Courts of Appeals, District Courts, and other Judicial Services.............
O their ...................................... ..........................

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

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

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

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

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

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64 .............. 64 807 ........... 807 729 .............. 729
3 (**) 3 46 (**) 46 44 (**) 44

69 (*) 69 866 (**) 866 787 (**) 787


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2 (**) 2 37 (**) 37 35 (**) 35
3 (**) 3 43 (**) 43 39 ............. 39

(**) (**) -(**) 95 (**)95 94 (**) 94


16 .............. 16 212 .............. 212 264 (**) 264
28 .............. 28 243 ... ......... 243 202 .............. 202

127 3 125 581 333 248 397 278 119
100 .............. 100 1,060 .............. 1,060 609 .............. 608
207 .............. 207 2,874 .............. 2,874 2,676 .............. 2,676
134 .............. 134 928 .............. 928 402 .............. 402
1 .............. 1 39 .............. 39 45 .............. 45
5 .............. 5 43 ..... 43 42 ............ 42
........... ( ) ........ .. .. 158 158 ........... 215 -215

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Classification of
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O ays Receipts Outlays Outlays Receipts Outlays s Receipts Outlays


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

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

Rural Electrification Administration................ ....................
Farmers Home Administration:
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Agricultural credit insurance fund .................................
Rural development insurance fund ...... .. .................. ....
Rural water and waste disposal grants ...............................
Salaries and expenses ..................... ..........................
Other.................... .........................................

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

Soil Conservation Service:
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Watershed and flood prevention operations ...........................
O ther........................... ......................... ....... .
Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service .............. ...............
Agricultural Marketing Service:
Funds for strengthening markets, income, and supply ....................
O ther.......................... ............ ........................
Food Safety and Inspection Service ................... ...................
Food and Nutrition Service:
Food stamp program ................................................
Nutrition assistance for Puerto Rico ....................... ...........
Child nutrition programs ............ ................... .......
Special supplemental food programs (WIC) ............................
Other .................. ................... ........................

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

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

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

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

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

See footnotes on page 3.


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619 590 29 13,968 6,736 7,232 28,169 9,405 18,764
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2 .............. 2 132 .............. 132 94 ...... .. 94

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685 704 -19 12,974 10,497 2,478 9,759 8,351 1,408
198 154 44 3,081 2,328 753 2,433 1,858 575
14 .............. 14 135 ............ 135 157 ............. 157
32 .............. 32 324 .............. 324 293 ........... 293
1 ............ I 37 ............ 37 41 ............ 41

2,226 1,929 297 26,592 20,526 6,066 21,432 17,129 4,303


26 .............. 26 353 ......... .. 353 327 .............. 327
22 .............. 22 218 .............. 218 191 ............ 191
7 .............. 7 76 .............. 76 73 .............. 73
28 ....... ... 28 296 ....... ..... 296 231 .............. 231

48 .. .... 48 417 .. .. 417 546 ....... .. 546
12 3 9 152 37 115 144 30 114
27 ............ 27 339 .............. 339 325 .......... 325

919 ............ 919 11.561 .............. 11,561 11,839 ............. 11,839
67 .............. 67 814 .............. 814 814 .............. 814
106 .............. 106 3,536 .............. 3,536 3,278 .............. 3,278
103 .............. 103 1,398 .............. 1,398 1,150 .... ......... 1,150
9 .............. 9 270 .............. 270 245 .............. 245

1,204 .............. 1,204 17,579 .............. 17,579 17,326 .............. 17.326


9 .............. 9 109 .............. 109 110 .............. 110
87 .............. 87 1,057 .............. 1,057 986 .............. 986
35 ............. 35 331 ............. 331 440 .............. 440
7 .............. 7 213 .............. 213 200 .............. 200
17 ........... 17 135 .............. 135 116 ... ......... 116
17 ............ 17 186 .............. 186 152 .............. 152

171 ......... 171 2,029 .......... 2,029 2,004 ........ 2,004

9 ............. 9 108 (**) 108 148 32 116
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OUTLAYS-Continued Applicable Net Applicable Net Applicable Net
Outlays Receipts Outlays Outlays Receipts Outlays Outlays Receipts Outlays


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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

See footnotes on page 3.


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6,662
10,353
2,289


$3,812
6,662
10,353
2.289


$3,658
5,854
9,182
1,861


$3,658
5,854
9,182
1,861


2,017 .............. 2,017 23,117 .............. 23,117 20,554 .............. 20,554


98 .............. 98 963 .............. 963 954 .... ...... 954
87 .............. 87 1,053 .............. 1,053 992 .............. 992
128 .............. 128 1,314 .............. 1,314 1,196 ............ 1,196
7 ............ 7 375 .............. 375 382 ........... 382

320 .............. 320 3,706 ............ 3,706 3,524 ....... ..... 3.524

197 $1 196 2,413 $1 2,413 2,128 $2 2,126

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-57 .............. -57 -95 .............. -95 -21 ............. -21
106 .............. 106 -423 ............. -423 579 .............. 579
81 ............. 81 78 .............. 78 112 .............. 112
163 .............. 163 -473 .............. -473 1,251 .............. 1,251
20 24 -4 248 285 -37 261 267 -5
30 -30 ......... ... 674 -674 ... .. 367 -367
-239 .......... .. -239 -22 ........... -22 -23 ............. -23

18,409 55 18,354 221,768 962 220.805 205,648 637 205,011



15 .............. 15 139 .............. 139 138 ............ 138
110 .............. 110 1,103 ............ 1,103 1,258 .. .......... 1,258
166 .............. 166 1,287 .............. 1,287 1,103 .............. 1,103
42 .............. 42 432 .............. 432 330 .............. 330
-29 ............ -29 152 .............. 152 147 ............. 147
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304 3 301 3,112 73 3,039 2,976 59 2,917

3 (**) 3 39 (**) 38 35 (**) 34
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143 ........ ... 143 3,077 .. ... 3,077 2,726 .............. 2,726
51 .............. 51 578 .............. 578 548 .............. 548
95 .............. 95 632 .............. 632 482 .............. 482
4 .............. 4 72 .............. 72 70 .............. 70

292 ........... 292 4,358 .............. 4,358 3,825 .......... 3,825


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Outlays Receipts Outlays utays Receipts Outlays Outlays Receipts Outlays


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

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

Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Administration...............
Office of Assistant Secretary for Health ... .............. ........

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

Health Care Financing Administration:
Intragovernmental funds ................ ............... ............
Grants to States for Medicaid ............ ...........................
Payments to health care trust funds ....................................
Program management ................................... .............
Federal hospital insurance trust fund:
Benefit payments ........ ........................... .....
Administrative expenses and construction ............................
Interest on normalized tax transfers .............. ...............

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


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78 .............. 78 1,024 ........... 1,024 949 ...... ....... 949
53 .............. 53 647 ........... 647 578 ............. 578
39 ............ 39 431 ....... 431 380 ............. 380
24 .............. 24 306 .............. 306 267 ............. 267
24 ............ 24 293 ........... 293 244 .............. 244
38 .............. 38 385 .............. 385 364 .............. 364
22 ....... ... .. 22 257 .............. 257 228 .............. 228
41 .......... 41 496 .............. 496 434 .............. 434
15 .............. 15 228 ......... 228 219 .............. 219
25 ............ 25 90 .............. 90 88 .............. 88

359 .............. 359 4,157 ............. 4,157 3,750 ......... 3,750

67 ............. 67 911 ........ .. 911 945 .............. 945
19 .............. 19 175 ......... .. 175 197 .............. 197

702 (**) 701 8,188 4 8,184 7,863 7 7,856


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1,440 .............. 1,440 20,061 .............. 20,061 18,985 .............. 18,985
71 .............. 71 17,917 ............ 17,917 18,779 .............. 18,779
22 ...... ....... 22 125 .............. 125 92 .............. 92

2,275 .............. 2,275 41,476 ............. 41,476 38,002 ............. 38,002
46 .............. 46 632 .............. 632 522 ........... 522
........................... 187 .... .... ... 187

2,321 .............. 2,321 42,295 ...... ...... 42,295 38,524 ......... 38,524


1,436 .............. 1,436 19,473 .............. 19,473 17,487 ............ 17,487
57 .............. 57 902 .............. 902 829 .............. 829

1,493 ........ 1,493 20,374 ...... .... 20,374 18,317 .......... 18,317

5,346 ........ ..... 5,346 100,772 ............ 100,772 94,697 ......... 94,697


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Classification of
OUTLAYS-Continued Applicable Net Applicable Net Applicable Net
Outlays Receipts Outlays Outlays Receipts Outlays Outlays Receipts Outlays


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

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

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

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

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

Total-Government National Mortgage Association ....................

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

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

Management and Administration ................................. ...
Other....................... ............ ..........................

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

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102 ......... 102 1,135 ........ .... 1,135 1,542 ............ 1.542

1,106 13 1,093 2,840 594 2,246 2,185 533 1.652


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5 9 -3 75 160 -85 98 97
11 -10 21 206 -186 8 161 -153
-5 ......... -5 -65 .............. -65 -68 ............. -68

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40 8 32 133 148 -15 123 141 -18
300 .............. 300 3,819 .............. 3,819 3,554 ........ .. 3,554
29 ........... 29 454 .......... 454 451 .............. 451
3 .............. 3 16 .............. 16 12 .............. 12

372 8 364 4,422 148 4,274 4,139 141 3,998

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Outlays Receipts Outlays Outlays Receipts Outlays Outlays Receipts Outlays


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

Total-Unemployment Trust Fund ...............................

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

Labor-Management Services Administration...........................
Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation .................................
Employment Standards Administration:
Salaries and expenses ................. ..... ......................
Special benefits ................... ......... ....................
Black lung disability trust fund ............. ....................
Special workers' compensation expenses ..............................
Occupational Safety and Health Administration ........................
Mine Safety and Health Administration ................................
Bureau of Labor Statistics .................................. .......
Departmental Management ................. ........................
Proprietary receipts from the public ...... ................ ........
Intrabudgetary transactions ....... ...... ........................

Total-Department of Labor ................... ..................

Department of State:
Administration of Foreign Affairs:
Salaries and expenses.......... ............ ...........
Acquisition, operation, and maintenance of buildings abroad .............
Payment to Foreign Service retirement and disability fund ................
Foreign Service retirement and disability fund ..........................
Other................. ... ................. ................. ....

Total-Administration of Foreign Affairs..................... ....


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274
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220 .... ....... 220 2,311 ...... ... 2,311 2,426 ...... .... 2,426
8 ............. 8 87 ........ 87 70 ............ 70
(**) ......... (**) 129 ... ..... 129 6 ........... 6
5,860 ....... ... 5,860 6,580 .............. 6,580 580 .............. 580

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11 ........... .. 11 218 .............. 218 433 ............ 433
(**) .............. (**) 12 .............. 12 15 .............. 15

72 ......... 72 72 ......... 72 56 .......... 56

7.152 .............. 7,152 26.089 ......... 26,089 32,655 ...... ..... 32.655

8,134 ...... .... 8,134 33,784 .............. 33,784 49,206 .............. 49,206

4 ........... 4 56 .............. 56 51 ........... 51
14 $3 11 152 $161 -10 133 $142 -10

12 .............. 12 173 .............. 173 165 ...... ... 165
61 .............. 61 223 .............. 223 186 ........... 186
288 .......... 288 865 ........ ..... 865 851 .... ...... 851
3 .............. 3 44 ..... ..... 44 36 ............. 36
16 .............. 16 207 .............. 207 200 ............ 200
1 .............. 11 150 ....... ...... 150 151 .............. 151
11 ............. 11 132 .............. 132 121 ............ 121
5 .............. 5 120 ............ 120 112 .............. 112
290 -290 ....... .. 323 -323 ...... 4 4
-6,567 .............. -6,567 10,899 ............. -10,899 -12,871 ............ -12,871

1,993 293 1,700 25,006 484 24,522 38,341 146 38,194



74 .............. 74 1,031 ........... 1,031 1,052 ........... 1,052
10 .............. 10 198 ...... .... 198 176 ............ 176
228 ............ 228 337 ............ 337 314 ........ 314
20 .............. 20 212 .............. 212 199 .... .. 199
4 .............. 4 22 .............. 22 15 ......... ....15

336 ....... ..... 336 1,800 ............... 1,800 1.756 ........... 1,756


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Outlays Receipts Outlays Outlays Receipts Outlays Outlays Receipts Outlays


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Coast Guard:
Operating expenses .......... ............ ... .. ... .. ... ..
Acquisition, construction, and improvements .. ...... .......
Retired pay ............... ............... ...
Other .......... ... ... ......... .. ... .... .. ..

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

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

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

Department of the Treasury:
Office of the Secretary ......... ...................................
Office of Revenue Sharing:
Salaries and expenses ..................... ........... ..........
General Revenue Sharing ................................... .....
Federal Law Enforcement Training Center ........... ................
Financial Management Service:
Salaries and expenses ........... ......... ..............
Claims, judgements, and relief acts ................. ..............
Advances to the railroad retirement account .........................
Payments to synthetic fuels corporation ............ ...... .... ..
Other ......................................... ...... ..... ..

Total-Financial Management Service ............................

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

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

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311
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$1,657
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311
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484
292
149


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484
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1 ...... I 14 ....... 14 85 ...... .... 85
80 ..... 80 384 .......... 384 368 ....... 368
8 ........ 8 87 ..... 87 87 ...... ..... 87
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-32 .......... -32 -63 .... -63 -448 .... -448

1 I 7 ............ 7 6 .............. 6
........... ...... 4,567 ............ 4,567 4,614 .............. 4,614
2 ............. 2 17 .............. 17 16 ......... .. 16

19 ............. 19 223 ............. 223 234 .......... 234
22 .............. 22 236 .............. 236 563 .............. 563
S .. ..525 ............. 525 1,133 ........... 1,133
S ........ I 16 ........... 16 15 ............ 15
5 .............. 5 20 ....... ... 20 15 .............. 15

47 ..... .. 47 1,020 ...... 1,020 1,960 ........... 1,960

13 ........ 13 158 ......... .. 158 142 ........... 142
43 .............. 43 695 ............. 695 649 ............ 649
(**) ........ .... (**) 17 ............. 17 12 ............. 12
164 .............. 164 80 .............. 80 50 .............. 50
12 ..........: .. 12 181 ............. 181 167 ........ .... 167

8 ............ 8 96 ...... 96 128 .............. 128
73 ............. 73 870 ........ ... 870 893 .............. 893
97 ........... 97 1,251 ........ .. 1,251 1,069 ............. 1,069
76 .............. 76 1,019 .......... 1,019 817 ........... 817
12 .............. 12 1,193 .............. 1,193 1,213 .............. 1,213
92 .............. 92 1,301 .............. 1,301 1,954 ............. 1,954
28 .. ... 28 365 .......... 365 316 .............. 316
() (**) (**) 3 3 (**) 2 2 (**)

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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


Office of Personnel Management:
Salaries and expenses ...................................... .........
Government payment for annuitants, employees health benefits .............
Payment to Civil Service retirement and disability fund.................
Civil Service retirement and disability fund ............................
Employees health benefits fund .....................................
Employees life insurance fund ............. ........... ......
Retired employees health benefits fund .............. ...............
Other ................. ........ ..... .. .... ........ .........,.
Intrabudgetary transactions:
Civil Service retirement and disability fund:
General fund contributions ............................ ..... ...
Other .................. ............. ........ ..... ... .

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

Small Business Administration:
Public enterprise funds:
Business loan and investment fund ................ ..................
Disaster loan fund ................. ................... ............
Other..................................... .....................
Salaries and expenses .............. ... ....... ........... .. ...........
Other........................................ ....... ........ .....

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

Veterans Administration:
Public enterprise funds:
Loan guaranty revolving fund ................. ......................
Direct loan revolving fund .......... ................... ...........
Other................. .................... .......... .... ..... .....
Compensation and pensions ................ ................... ......
Readjustment benefits ................... ...........................
M medical care .......................................................
Medical and prosthetic research ........................................
General operating expenses............... ........................... ..
Construction projects............................... ..... ............
Post-Vietnam Era Veterans education account ...........................
Insurance Funds:
National service life .................................... ............
United States government life ................ .......................
Veterans special life ............................................... ..
Other ............................................ ...................
Proprietary receipts from the public:
National service life ....................... .......... ...... ....
United States government life .......................................
Other...............................................................
Intrabudgetary transactions ...........................................

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

See footnotes on page 3.


-$14
121
15.357
2,000
532
77
1
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15,357
-2


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121
15,357
2,000
-2
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4


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-2


$99
1.392
15,358
21,891
6,518
753
17
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15,358
-34


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1,457
17
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$99
1.392
15,358
21,891
-50
-704
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-3


15,358
-34


$79
1,215
15,308
20,796
5,661
788
16
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-32


$5,857
1,368
17
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$79
1.215
15,308
20,796
-196
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-4


- 15.308
-32


2,719 602 2,116 30,633 8,043 22,590 28,519 7,241 21,278



254 106 148 1,192 802 390 1,315 723 592
30 46 -15 404 823 -419 424 854 -430
5 1 3 41 16 26 42 12 29
18 ........... 18 258 ........... 258 288 ...... .... 288
.. (**) (**) ... .. (**) (**)........

307 153 154 1.896 1,641 255 2,069 1,589 479



128 29 99 1,523 1.153 370 1,212 973 239
2 5 -4 26 71 -45 32 172 -140
32 50 -18 431 480 -49 401 474 -74
40 ........ ... 40 13,918 .......... 13,918 13,860 ........ .. 13,860
36 ........... 36 1,470 .......... 1,470 1,714 .......... 1,714
648 .............. 648 8,124 .............. 8,124 7,602 ....... ...... 7,602
14 ............ 14 186 ............ 186 152 .... ........ 152
45 .............. 45 704 ............ 704 674 .............. 674
41 .............. 41 475 ............ 475 429 ...... ...... 429
1 .............. 11 156 .. ............ 156 140 .............. 140

68 .............. 68 922 .............. 922 891 .............. 891
4 ............ 4 52 ............ 52 60 .............. 60
5 4 1 69 127 -58 60 117 -56
I ......... 1 84 ........... 84 85 ....... ... 85

.. .... 32 -32 ........ 441 -441 ............ 446 -446
..... (**) (**) .............. (**) (**) .... ........ I I
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-5 ............. -5 -42 ....... ... -42 -66 ........... -66

1,067 135 932 28,100 2,504 25,596 27,245 2,429 24,816








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


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


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

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

Securities and Exchange Commission................... .............
Smithsonian Institution ................................................
Tennessee Valley Authority ........................................
United States Information Agency ....................................
United States Railway Association .............. ...... .................
Other independent agencies ....................... ............ .......

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

See footnotes on page 3.


$34
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7 (**) 7 92 (**) 92 90 (**) 90
17 (**) 17 211 (**) 211 194 (**) 194
456 $478 -22 5,192 4,840 351 5,359 4,539 820
69 (**) 69 574 1 575 510 2 508
(**) ........ (**) 2 ......... 2 4 .............. 4
20 3 17 374 34 340 354 27 327

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


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


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

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

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

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

Total-off-budget Federal entities ............ .... .. .. ........

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

TOTAL BUDGET AND OFF-BUDGET

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

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

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

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

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

See footnotes on page 3.


$6,694


$6,694


$10,492


- $10,492


-'$1,801 605 -2,405 $29,094 6,712 -35,805 25,074 10,492 -35,565

62,525 11,292 51,234 960,919 119,119 841,800 911,889 115,972 795,916


3,740 3,273 467 38,980 31,703 7,277 37,072 26,667 10,404
165 .. ...... 165 2,329 .. ...... 2,329 1,641 ........ .... 1,641
2,781 1,362 1,419 27,251 26,890 360 25,804 25,482 322
201 278 -77 1,091 1,092 -1 1,163 1,165 -2
7 8 (**) 164 119 45 163 104 59
1 1 ........ .... 19 19 ..... 17 17
. .. .............. 3 17 -14 6 72 -67

6,895 4,921 1,974 69,836 59,840 9,996 65,864 53,507 12,357

69,421 16,213 53,208 1,030,755 178,959 851,796 977,753 169,479 808,274

(Net Totals) (Net Totals) (Net Totals)

68.019 666.457 600.56:

-51.214 841.800 795.916

+ 16."85 175.342 195.354

1,974 -9.996 12.357

S14,811 185.339 -207.711


MEMORANDUM

Receipts offset against outlays (In millions)

Current
Fiscal Year
to Date

Proprietary receipts ............................................ $36,752
Receipts from off-budget Federal entities ............................ 15,378
Intrabudgetary transactions ....................................... 96,795

Total receipts offset against outlays .................. .......... 148,926


Comparable Period
Prior Fiscal Year

$39,876
14,347
110,983

165,207






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


This Fiscal Year to Date
Classification Month
This Year Prior Year

Exec of liaDhihhe, beginning 0o period
Ba.,d in compo.iiinn of unified budget in piecedang period $1.316.308 $1 116.629 S909.583
4ldiuslmentl during current fiscil %ear for riangei in lomposLion oi
unified budget
E\ce, of liablifneC beginning oI period liuireni baji ) 1.316 308 116 62"j9 "O9.583

Budget surplus t -I o derli l
Ba ed on ,omposilion ol unlired budge[ in prior rii.al sear -16."85 1' 342 195.354
Changes in >ompollorn ol unified budget

Budget iurplul I I or deric, a ITatl l IIII 16."'l1 1".342 L95.354

Ort budget ,urplu. I I or defirrl ITable 111 I 974 9.996 12.135

Toral budgerl urplu- I I or deliil ITdble lil 11.811 185.339 20 .711

Transaclion. not applied to current ,ear s turplui or defic(l
Seignio age 28 -498 4*'
Increment on gold
Proeed from ,urrcnic
Profile on ,ale ol gold 242 24 188
Nei gain I I los. for IMF loan -aluaiion adjusiment

Tolal-lraniaihrons not applied ro current ear's
surplus or delici -269 40 -666

E xcr.e o li.ablries loe of period 1.3Ci1.228 I.3 1.228i l.11h.629





TABLE IV-SCHEDULE B-AGENCY SECURITIES, ISSUED UNDER SPECIAL

FINANCING AUTHORITIES (In millions)


Net Transactions Account Balances
(-) denotes net reduction of Current Fiscal Year
liability accounts
Classification
Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of Close of
This Month This month
This Year Prior Year This Year This Month

Agency securities, issued under special financing authorities:
Obligations of the United States, issued by:
Export-Import Bank ...... ............................................ -$9 -531 -$23 $64 $43 $34
Obligations guaranteed by the United States, issued by:
Department of Defense:
Family Housing Mortgages ................................. ...... -9 -110 -124 264 162 153
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Federal Housing Administration ............ ..................... -7 -67 -129 206 146 140
Department of Interior:
Bureau of Land Management ................ .............. 14 14 ....... ................ 14
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. ...... ...... .. ......... ............ ......... ...... 2,165 2,165 2,165
Independent Agencies:
Postal Services ............. ...... ..................... .......... .......... 250 250 250
Tennessee Valley Authority ....... ... .................................... ....... ........... 1,725 1,725 1,725

Total agency securities... ........... .. .. ............... ........... -10 194 -277 4,675 4.492 4,481

See footnotes on page 3.





TABLE IV-SCHEDULE C (MEMORANDUM)-AGENCY BORROWING FINANCED THROUGH 25

ISSUE OF PUBLIC DEBT SECURITIES (In millions)



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26 TABLE IV-SCHEDULE D-INVESTMENTS OF GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTS

IN FEDERAL SECURITIES (In millions)


Securities Held as Investments
Net purchases or Sales(- Curent Fiscal Year

Classification
Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of Close of
This Month This month
This Year Prior Year This Year This Month

Federal Funds:
Department of Agriculture:
Agency securities ...................... .......... .. .... ................. ...................

Department of Commerce .................................................. -3 -$1 $4 $8 $10 $6
Department of Energy .... .......... ................. .......................... .. ........ ..................
Department of Health and Human Services ................................... (**) 2 1 2 4 4
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Federal Housing Administration:
Federal housing administration fund:
Public debt securities.......................... ...... .............. -22 427 59 2.638 3,087 3,065
Agency securities ............... ...... ........................... .... -2 -5 17 144 142 140
Government National Mortgage Association:
Emergency mortgage purchase assistance:
Agency securities .................................... .... ............ ............ ........ .11 11 11
Special assistance function fund:
Public debt securities................. ..... .... .......... ......... ........... -
Agency securities .............................. ..-2 -13 -30 24 13 11
Management and liquidating functions fund:
Public debt securities ................... ............ ................2 .8 .4 .... ............. 81 84
Agency securities ....................... .......... ................... (**) 1 17 2 1 1
Guarantees of Mortgage-Backed Securities:
Public debt securities....... .... ................................. 10 185 152 532 707 717
Agency securities ............... ... .... .... ... ....... ....... ............ II 67 67 67
Participation sales fund:
Public debt securities .............. .................... ......... ... 200 433 201 1,343 1,576 1,776
Agency securities ....... ........................................ ... ....... ............ 12 12 12
Housing Management:
Community disposal operations fund:
Agency securities ............................ ........ ...... ............ ........... ........... (**) (**) (*)
Department of the Interior ................................................. -167 823 897 5,705 6,695 6,528
Department of Labor ................ ............... .................. -11 -1 20 285 295 284
Department of Transportation ............. ................................. 2 1 4 252 250 252
Department of the Treasury .............................................. 12 729 -497 2,514 3,255 3,243

Veterans Administration:
Veterans reopened insurance fund ...................................... 15 42 66 590 617 632
Independent Agencies:
Emergency Loan Guarantee Board ........................................ ................................... .........
Export-Import Bank of the United States.................................. -316 -84 112 112 1343 27
Federal Emergency Mangement Agency:
National insurance development fund ................................. ............ .. ....... ......... ............ .........
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation:
Public debt securities ................................................ -67 562 451 5,609 6,238 6.172
Agency securities .................................... ............ .......... ............ 67 67 67
National Credit Union Administration ...................................... -4 32 92 293 329 325
Tennessee Valley Authority:
Agency securities .................... ............ ................... .. ... ........ -80 ...... ....
Other... .................. ........... ............................ 38 87 98 894 943 981


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

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

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

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

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

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

See footnotes on page 3.


-335 3,320 1,658 20,776 24,431 24,096
-4 -17 -144 327 314 310

-339 3,303 1,514 21,103 24,745 24,406



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3 10 8 82 88 91
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5 -48 (**) 108 56 60

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6,114 1,721 14,026 25,503 21,110 27.224
-455
.. ... .. ... ..... .. 455 .... .. .. .. .. .. .. ......... ....
395 -633 -1,464 5,288 4,261 4,656

1,117 3,468 -7,740 13,059 15,410 16,527
.... 455 455 455 455
-1,153 2,159 1,084 6,958 10,270 9,117
1 6 6 21 25 27





TABLE IV-SCHEDULE D-INVESTMENTS OF GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTS 27

IN FEDERAL SECURITIES (In millions)



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28 TABLE V-COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS

BY MONTHS OF CURRENT FISCAL YEAR (In millions)


Fiscal co-
Sparable
Classification Oct. Nov. Dec Jan. Feb. March April May June July Aug. Sept. ar Period
To Prior
Date F.Y.


NET RECEIPTS

Individual income taxes.................
Corporation income taxes...............
Social insurance taxes and
contributions:
Employment taxes and
contributions ................... ......
Unemployment insurance .............
Other retirement contributions.........
Excise taxes ............. ............
Estate and gift taxes ...................
Customs duties ........................
Miscellaneous receipts ..................

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

Total-Budget receipts prior
year.......................

NET OUTLAYS

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

Total Military ...............

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


$23,227 $22,700 $25,577
468 467 10,922


14,266
1,100
339
3,143
488
766
1,359


14,254
2,166
357
3,261
453
904
1,640


15,435
289
394
3,014
484
855
1,074


$33,881
1,619



19,924
1,112
425
3,148
488
776
1,165


$22.190


17,296
2,308
369
2,693
570
839
1,613


$12,895


$39,192


7,965 9,095


17,138
191
373
2,870
523
974
1,535


23,169
2,501
366
3,042
505
937
1,374


$4,333 $32,200
280 11,315


17,600
8,457
384
3,322
550
990
1,543


18,976
373
410
3,229
466
1,060
1,253


$22,398
2,063



18,858
2,093
410
3,298
476
1,088
1,333


$25,820 $31,541 $295,955
801 11,891 56,893


17,278
4,252
401
3,221
558
1,241
1,637


17,990
295
354
3,120
449
939
1,440


45,157 46,202 58,044 62,537 47,886 44,464 80,180 37,459 69,282 52,017 55,209 68,019 666,457 ........


40,539 42,007 54,498 57,505 38,816 43,504 66,234 33,751 66,517 43,948 49,683 63,556 ..... 600,562



121 156 188 96 121 124 140 134 110 144 142 110 1,584 1,438
70 57 62 84 89 63 74 62 93 65 79 69 866 787
5 13 10 11 6 8 8 7 7 12 8 -(**) 95 94

177 346 1,519 191 169 443 280 221 211 250 656 571 5,034 3,677
544 88 89 118 433 173 221 356 125 339 335 55 2,876 2,352
7 -144 113 166 -37 -145 420 119 -263 394 -188 185 628 -601



1,301 1,012 1,064 1,665 1,035 578 394 159 153 398 442 249 8,450 19,850
3,144 1,742 2,924 2,600 2,526 2,454 2,721 2,566 1,897 2,003 2,206 2,248 29,032 26,535
138 179 160 134 159 125 145 147 141 178 201 186 1,892 1,929


4,161 4,339 4,658 4,507 4,543 4,682 4,643 4,366 4,716 4,800 4,746 4,483 54,643 50,647
5,694 5,365 6,002 5,384 5,803 5,863 5,996 6,233 5,947 5,778 6,354 5,887 70,306 66,812
4,989 5,847 5,613 5,555 5,493 5,566 5,472 5,757 5,995 5,649 6,154 5,757 67,847 62,214
2,104 1,894 2,652 2,335 2,100 2,839 2,099 3,018 2,465 2,069 2.205 2,227 28,009 25,337

16,949 17,445 18,925 17,781 17,939 18,950 18,211 19,373 19,123 18,296 19,459 18,354 220,805 205,011


1,646
3,987

1,852
1,357

740

12,668

1,534
284
-1,193


288
1,375
711


297
1,371
1,000


402 537


1,578
3,474

1,610
1,284

703

13,083

1,491
1,063


1,531
3,298

1,722
1,555

656

13,175

1,455
2,062


1,670
3,371

1,678
1,495

705

13,368

1,554
964


1,751
3,318

1,643
1,364

794

13,244

1,527
1,651


1,813
3,904

1,560
2,249

583

13,715

1,612
2,152


239
1,354
433


215
1,291
654


222
1,156
789


263
987
759


296
1,413
773


303
1,063
355


479 527 446 487 595 433 5,896 5,344


1,747
3,548

1,811
1,385

801

13,538

1,532
1,102


1,691
3,807

1,700
1,386

688

13,334

1,521
1,469


-1,130 1-1,544 -1,574 1,633 1 -2,455 1,883 -1,562


1,687
3,784

1,673
1,721

587

16,200

1,610
4,920
-4,762


1,680
3,568

1,750
1,469

776

13,370

1,548
968


1,826
3,916

1,881
2,682

715

26,391

2,916
2,224


1,440
2,321

1,493
93

597

319

161
712


-2,022 3,324 1 -140


$288,938
37,022



185,766
18,799
4.429
35,300
6,053
8,655
15,601


212,184
25,138
4,580
37,361
6,010
11,370
16,965


3,072
15,494
8,358


2,945
14.567
8,356


20,061
42,295

20,374
18,042

8,346

162,406

18,459
19,568
-23,224


18,985
38,524

18,317
18,871

7,875

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TABLE V-COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND OUTLAYS

BY MONTHS OF CURRENT FISCAL YEAR (In millions)-Continued


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




Current Month Fiscal Year to Date Securities held as Investments
Current Fiscal Year

Classification
Beginning of
Receipts Outlays Excess Receipts Outlays Excess gi g o Close of
This Month
This Year This Month

Trust receipts, outlays, and investment held:
Airport and airway........................... $236 $122 $114 $2,499 $819 $1,680 $4,794 $6,313 $6,434
Black lung disability trust fund ................. 45 54 -8 518 519.. ... .. ......
Federal Deposit Insurance Corp................. ....... -381 381 ........ -248 248 13,952 13,754 14,195
Federal disability insurance ...................... 1,241 48 1,193 15,907 16,532 -625 5,288 4,261 4,656
Federal employees life and health benefits....... ........ 8 -8 ........ -754 754 6,113 6,893 6.879
Federal employees retirement ................... 356 -14,866 15,222 4,609 -10,076 14,685 111,171 110,508 114,073
Federal hospital insurance ...................... 3,366 2,095 1,271 40,262 36,825 3,437 13,514 15,865 16,982
Federal old-age and survivors insurance.......... 13,088 -396 13,483 152,444 149,131 3,313 25,503 21,110 27,224
Federal supplementary medical insurance......... ........ 1,363 -1,363 ....... -2,151 2,151 6,958 10,270 9,117
General Revenue Sharing............. .... ...... 4,567 4,567
Highway .... ....... ......... ... 1,153 1,111 42 11,743 9,264 2,478 9,481 11,677 10,840
Military assistance advances ............. ... ........ -17 17 ..... -300 300 ....... ...
Railroad retirement........................ 296 426 -131 3,572 5,563 -1,991 328 3,112 3,097
Unemployment ............................... 295 6,648 -6,353 25,138 21,334 3,804 8,396 13,454 12,397
Veterans life insurance ................... .......... 39 -39 .... -356 356 9,904 10,303 10,265
All other trust ............................... 43 2 41 436 460 -24 1,375 1,240 1,316

Trust fund receipts and outlays on the basis
of Table 111 and investments held from
Table IV-D............................... 20,119 -3,742 23,861 261,694 231,129 30,565 216,778 228,759 237,474

Inter und reeipit oilier against trui fund
ouila 1%.51' 18,51 '3.67r '3.6'0

Total Irutl fund receinii and oullast 38.63. 14.'"5 23.861 35.364 304,N99 30.565

Federal fund receipir and ouilrb on the basil
of Table Ill 47.Q900 54.9o7 7,07" 409.330 615.237 -205.908
Inreriund rfceipi or lre jaginl Federal urnd
cuulald 6.10 6. u8 ".021 7.021

Total Federal fund receipli and oillas 54.008 61,084 -7.0"'" 416.351 622.258 -205.908

Toial interlund receipli and outla,- 24.o2 24.625 -85.25" 85.25'

Net budget iece.pis and oulla\ 68.019 51.234 16.'84 666,45 841.800 15.342


Note: Interfund receipts and outlays are transactions between Federal funds and trust funds, such as, Federal payments and contributions, Federal employer contributions, and interest and profits on
investments in Federal securities. They have no net effect on overall budget receipts and outlays since the receipt side of such transactions is offset against budget outlays. In this table, interfund
receipts are shown as an adjustment to arrive at total receipts and outlays of trust funds and Federal funds respectively. Included in total interfund receipts and outalsy are $4,567 million in Federal
funds transferred to trust funds for general revenue sharing.








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


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