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Full Text


Monthly Treasury Statement
of Receipts and Outlays
of the United States Government


For Fiscal Year 1998 Through August 31, V




Highlight


The eleven-month cumulative surplus through August 31 for Fisc 'i' -is $31.8 billion
compared to a cumulative deficit of $71.9 billion for the comparable period in Fiscal Year
1997.



RECEIPTS, OUTLAYS, AND SURPLUS/DEFICIT
THROUGH AUGUST 1998


1800-
Contents
Summary, page 2

1400-
Receipts, page 6

L Outlays, page 7
L 1000-
Means of financing, page 20
I 800-1- RECEIPTS
0 -O-- TReceipts/outlays by month, page 28
600 OUTLAST
N Federal trust funds/securities, page
S 400-'-


Compiled and Published by


Department of the Treasury

Financial Management Service


Receipts by source/outlays by
function, page 30

Explanatory notes, page 31


0






Introduction
The Monthly Treasury Statement of Recaeipts and Outlays of the United States
Government (MTS) is prepared by the Financial Management Service, Department of
the Treasury, and after approval by the Fiscal Assistant Secretary of the Treasury, is
normally released on the 15th workday of the month following the reporting month.
The publication is based on data provided by Federal entities, disbursing officers,
and Federal Reserve banks.


Audience
The MTS is published to meet the needs of: Those responsible for or interested
in the cash position of the Treasury; Those who are responsible for or interested in
the Government's budget results; and individuals and businesses whose operations
depend upon or are related to the Government's financial operations.

Disclosure Statement
This statement summarizes the financial activities of the Federal Government
and off-budget Federal entities conducted in accordance with the Budget of the U.S.
Government, i.e., receipts and outlays of funds, the surplus or deficit, and the means
of financing the deficit or disposing of the surplus. Information is presented on a
modified cash basis: receipts are accounted for on the basis of collections; refunds


of receipts are treated as deductions from gross receipts; revolving and manage-
ment fund receipts, reimbursements and refunds of monies previously expended are
treated as deductions from gross outlays; and Interest on the public debt (pubic
issues) is recognized on the accrual basis. Major information sources include
accounting data reported by Federal entities, disbursing officers, and Federal
Reserve banks.

Triad of Publications
The MTS Is part of a triad of Treasury financial reports. The Daily Treasury
Statement is published each working day of the Federal Government. It provides
data on the cash and debt operations of the Treasury based upon reporting of the
Treasury account balances by Federal Reserve banks. The MTS is a report of
Government receipts and outlays, based on agency reporting. The U.S. Government
Annual Report is the official publication of the detailed receipts and outlays of the
Government. It is published annually in accordance with legislative mandates given
to the Secretary of the Treasury.

Data Sources and Information
The Explanatory Notes section of this publication provides information concern-
ing the flow of data into the MTS and sources of information relevant to the MTS.


Table 1. Summary of Receipts, Outlays, and the Deficit/Surplus of the U.S. Government, Fiscal Years 1997 and 1998,
by Month
[$ millions]

Period Receipts Outlays Deficit/Surplus (-)


FY 1997
October .................................. 99,656 139,461 39,805
November ............................... 97,850 135,728 37,878
December ................................ 148,488 129,999 -18,490
January ................................... 150,718 137,354 -13,364
February ................................. 90,293 134,303 44,010
March .................................... 108,074 129,397 21,323
April ...................................... 228,588 134,649 -93,939
May ...................................... 94,493 142,988 48,494
June ...................................... 173,361 118,726 -54,635
July ....................................... 109,178 134,802 25,624
August ................................... 103,483 138,672 35,189
September ............................... 174,772 124,839 -49,934
Year-to-Date .......................... 11,578,955 1,600,917 '21,963
FY 1998
October .................................. 114,898 150,866 35,968
November ................................ 103,481 120,830 17.349
December ................................ 168,000 154,361 -13,639
January ................................... 162,610 137,231 -25,379
February .................................. 97,952 139,701 41,750
March .................................... 117,930 131,743 13,813
April ...................................... 261,002 136,400 -124,603
May ...................................... 95,278 134,057 38,779
June ...................................... 187,860 136,754 -51,106
July ...................................... 119,723 143,807 24,084
August ................................... 111,741 122,907 11.166
Year-to-Date ........................... 1,540,474 1,508,658 -31,816


'The receipt. outlay and defeat figures differ from the FY 1999 Budget, released by the Office
of Management and Budget on February 2. 1998 by $20 million due mainly to revisions in the data
following the release of the Final September Monthly Treasury Statement


Note. Details may not add to totals due to rounding






Table 2. Summary of Budget and Off-Budget Results and Financing of the U.S. Government, August 1998 and
Other Periods
[$ millions]


Current Budget Prior Budget
This Estimates Fiscal Year Estimates
Classification Month Date Full Fiscal to Date Next Fiscal
Year' (1997) Year (1999)'


Total on-budget and off-budget results:
Total receipts ...................................... .. 111,741 1,540,474 1,703,785 1,404.182 1,784,271

On-budget receipts ................................... 79,134 1,155,884 1,283,964 1,048,116 1,344,641
Off-budget receipts ................................. 32,606 384,590 419,821 356,066 439,630
Total outlays ............................ .... ..... 122,907 1,508,658 1,664,724 1,476,079 1,730,043

On-budget outlays ................................. 92,555 1,226,870 1,347,095 1,198,884 1,403,911
Off-budget outlays ................................. 30,353 281,788 317,629 277,195 326,132
Total surplus (+) or deficit (-) ........................ -11,166 +31,816 +39,061 -71,896 +54,228

On-budget surplus (+) or deficit (-) ................ -13,420 -70,986 -63,131 -150,767 -59,270
Off-budget surplus (+) or deficit (-) ................ +2,254 +102,802 +102,192 +78,871 +113,498
Total on-budget and off-budget financing ............. 11,166 -31,816 -39,061 71,896 -54,228

Means of financing:
Borrowing from the public ........................... 33,989 -4,637 -24,411 56,489 -32,589
Reduction of operating cash, increase (-) ......... -362 7,195 3,621 32,149 ......
By other means ................................... -22,461 -34,374 -18,271 -16,741 -21,639


'These figures are based on the Mid-Session Review of the FY 1999 Budget, released by the
Office of Management and Budget on May 26, 1998.


... No Transactions.
Note: Details may not add to totals due to rounding.


Figure 1. Monthly Receipts, Outlays, and Budget Deficit/Surplus of the U.S. Government, Fiscal Years 1997 and 1998


$ billions





Figure 2. Monthly Receipts of the U.S. Government, by Source, Fiscal Years 1997 and 1998


$ billions


Total Receipts


0-m
Oct.


Dec. Apr.I I I I I I I I I I J I I
Dec. Feb. Apr. Jun. Aug. Oct. Dec. Feb. Apr. Jun. Aug.


FY FY
97 98




Figure 3. Monthly Outlays of the U.S. Government, by Function, Fiscal Years 1997 and 1998

$ billions


300-


250-


200-


150-


100-


50-


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Table 3. Summary of Receipts and Outlays of the U.S. Government, August 1998 and Other Periods
[$ millions]

Current Cmb Budget
Classification This Month Fiscal Comparable Estimates
Prior Period
Year to Date Full Fiscal Year'

Budget Receipts

Individual income taxes ........................................ 55,300 738,119 659,267 810,516
Corporation income taxes ....................................... 1,468 151,877 144,956 187,712
Social insurance and retirement receipts:
Employment and general retirement (off-budget) ............. 32,606 384,590 356,066 419,821
Employment and general retirement (on-budget) .............. 9,366 112,886 103,671 123,260
Unemployment insurance ...................................... 3,502 27,278 27,956 27,941
Other retirement ......................... ............... 331 4,002 4,077 4,328
Excise taxes ........................... ............. 3,181 54,708 51,206 55,642
Estate and gift taxes ........................... ............. 1,718 21,720 17,996 23,091
Customs duties ........................................ 1,732 16,596 16,337 17,879
Miscellaneous receipts ......................................... 2,535 28,698 22,651 33,595
Total Receipts ........................................... 111,741 1,540,474 1,404,182 1,703,785

(On-budget) ........................................ 79,134 1,155,884 1,048,116 1,283,964

(Off-budget) ........................................ 32,606 384,590 356,066 419,821

Budget Outlays

Legislative Branch .......................... .............. 132 2,259 2,186 2,879
Judicial Branch ........................................ 304 3,161 3,007 3,719
Department of Agriculture ....................................... 4,567 47,792 46,307 54,836
Department of Commerce ....................................... 369 3,645 3,435 4,065
Department of Defense-Military ................................ 17,405 232,561 238,151 253,360
Department of Education ....................................... 2,859 27,754 26,152 30,747
Department of Energy .......................................... 1,038 13,069 13,153 14,574
Department of Health and Human Services ................... 25,402 321,553 313,019 357,531
Department of Housing and Urban Development ............... 1,242 26,235 27,411 30,177
Department of the Interior ....................................... 523 6,453 6,004 7,969
Department of Justice ........................ ................ 1,473 15,092 13,348 15,474
Department of Labor ....................... ................. 2,654 27,775 28,380 30,562
Department of State .......................... .............. 256 4,215 4,828 5,261
Department of Transportation .................................... 3,450 35,243 35,998 40,419
Department of the Treasury:
Interest on the Public Debt ................................... 23,977 342,945 334,922 362,409
Other ............................................ 203 28,405 26,398 26,352
Department of Veterans Affairs .................................. 1,757 38,309 37,453 43,074
Corps of Engineers .......................... .............. 299 3,373 3,227 4,168
Other Defense Civil Programs ................................... 2,617 28,625 27,730 31,494
Environmental Protection Agency ................................ 514 5,693 5,521 6,440
Executive Office of the President ............................... 22 202 203 240
Federal Emergency Management Agency ....................... 107 1,875 3,109 3,246
General Services Administration ................................. -5 1,262 779 944
International Assistance Program ................................ 319 8,334 9,244 9,619
National Aeronautics and Space Administration ................. 1,088 12,871 13,190 13,723
National Science Foundation ..................................... 303 2,899 2,814 3,165
Office of Personnel Management ................................ 3,840 42,224 41,571 46,418
Small Business Administration ................................... 24 365 325 -62
Social Security Administration ................................... 31,657 373,893 362,749 408,172
Other independent agencies ..................................... 40 2,695 -6,545 14,395
Undistributed offsetting receipts:
Interest .......................................................... -2,307 -112,831 -104,643 -112,696
Other .................................... -3,221 -39,288 -43,349 -47,950
Total outlays ........................................ 122,907 1,508,658 1,476,079 1,664,724

(On-budget) ........................................ 92,555 1,226,870 1,198,884 1,347,095

(Off-budget) ...................................... 30,353 281,788 277,195 317,629

Surplus (+) or deficit (-) .................................. -11,166 +31,816 -71,896 +39,061

(On-budget) ........................................ -13,420 -70,986 -150,767 -63,131

(Off-budget) ........................................ +2,254 +102,802 +78,871 +102,192

'These figures are based on the Mid-Session Review of the FY 1999 Budget, released by the
Office of Management and Budget on May 26, 1998.
Note: Details may not add to totals due to rounding.






Table 4. Receipts of the U.S. Government, August 1998 and Other Periods
[$ millions]
This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Prior Fiscal Year to Date
Classification Gross Refunds Gross Refunds Gross Refunds
Receipts (Deduct) Receipts Receipts (Deduct) Receipts Receipts (Deduct) R


Individual income taxes:
W withheld .. .
Presidential Election Campaign Fund ..... .. ...
Other .
Total-Individual income taxes .......................
Corporation income taxes ..................................
Social insurance and retirement receipts:
Employment and general retirement:
Federal old-age and survivors ins. trust fund:
Federal Insurance Contributions Act taxes ............
Self-Employment Contributions Act taxes .............
Deposits by States .....................................
Other ........................... ............
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 ..................................
Total-FDI trust fund ............................
Federal hospital insurance trust fund:
Federal Insurance Contributions Act taxes ............
Self-Employment Contributions Act taxes ...........
Receipts from Railroad Retirement Board .............
Deposits by States ................................
Total- FHI trust fund ................. ...........
Railroad retirement:
Rail industry pension fund .................. .........
Railroad Social Security equivalent benefit ............
Total-Employment and general retirement: ........
Unemployment insurance:
State taxes deposited in Treasury .....................
Federal Unemployment Tax Act taxes .................
Railroad unemployment taxes ..........................
Railroad debt repayment .....................
Total-Unemployment insurance .....................
Other retirement:
Federal employees retirement employee share .......
Non-federal employees retirement ......................
Total-Other retirement ...........................
Total-Social insurance and retirement
receipts ............. ............................
Excise taxes:
Miscellaneous excise taxes' ................................
Airport and airway trust fund .............................
Highway trust fund .......................................
Black lung disability trust fund .............................
Total-Excise taxes ..................................
Estate and gift taxes .....................................
Customs duties ...............................................
Miscellaneous Receipts:
Deposits of earnings by Federal Reserve Banks ........
All other ....... ....... ..... .. .........
Total Miscellaneous receipts ........................
Total Receipts ........................................
Total On-budget ...................................
Total Off-budget .....................................


51.881
1
4,944
56,826


2,952


1,525


1,484


55,300


1,468


593,130
62
241.674
834,866


174,343


96,747


22,465


738,119


151,877


535.765
66
214,521
750,352


165,360


91,085


20,404


659,267
144,956


27,778 ...... 27,778 314,717 ...... 314,717 291,042 ...... 291,042
348 ...... 348 17,115 ...... 17,115 14,620 ...... 14,620
(") ...... ()1 -5 ...... -5 30 ...... 30
( 1) ...... ( ) ( ) ...... ( ( ) ...... ( I*)
28,126 ...... 28,126 331,827 ...... 331,827 305,692 ...... 305,692

4,413 ...... 4,413 50,024 ...... 50,024 47,877 ...... 47,.77
67 ...... 67 2,739 ...... 2,739 2,503 ...... 2,503

...... ...... ...... -1 ...... -1 -6 ...... -6
4,480 ...... 4,480 52,763 ...... 52,763 50,374 ...... 50,374

8,832 ...... 8,832 101,385 ...... 101,385 94,182 ...... 94.182
139 ...... 139 7,093 ...... 7,093 5,464 ...... 5.464
...... ...... ...... 381 ...... 381 380 ...... 380
...... .... ...... -2 ...... -2 -17 ...... -17
8,971 ...... 8,971 108,856 ...... 108,856 100,008 ...... 100.008

266 1 265 2.431 16 2,416 2,202 7 2,195
131 1 130 1,625 11 1,614 1,472 5 1,467
41,974 2 41,973 497,503 27 497,476 459,749 12 459,737

3,300 ...... 3,300 20,867 ...... 20,867 21,866 ...... 21,866
214 16 198 6,449 106 6,343 6,162 101 6,062
4 ...... 4 68 ...... 68 28 ...... 28

3,518 16 3,502 27,385 106 27,278 28,056 101 27,956

326 ...... 326 3,933 ...... 3,933 4.008 ...... 4,008
6 ...... 6 69 ...... 69 68 ...... 68
331 ...... 331 4,002 ...... 4,002 4,077 ...... 4.077

45,824 18 45,806 528,890 134 528,756 491,882 113 491,769

2,466 -177 2,643 20,346 93 20,253 25,367 692 24,676
365 8 357 7,832 30 7,801 3,892 28 3,864
345 214 130 26,819 732 26,087 22,833 708 22,125
51 ...... 51 568 ...... 568 542 ...... 542
3,226 45 3,181 55,564 856 54,708 52,634 1,428 51,206
1,764 46 1,718 22,226 506 21,720 18,459 463 17,996
1,852 120 1,732 17,905 1,309 16,596 18,142 1,806 18,337

1,833 ...... 1,833 21,941 ...... 21,941 17,768 ...... 17,768
707 5 702 6,799 42 6,757 4,903 20 4,882
2,540 5 2,535 28,740 42 28,698 22,671 20 22,651
114,984 3,243 111,741 1,662,533 122,059 1,540,474 1,519,500 115,318 1,404,182
82,378 3,243 79,134 1,277,943 122,059 1,155,884 1,163,434 115,318 1,048,116
32,606 ...... 32,606 384,590 ...... 384,590 356,066 ...... 35,066


'Includes amounts for the windfall profits tax pursuant to P.L. 96-223.
... No Transactions.


(' *) Less than $500,000.
Note: Details may not add to totals due to rounding.







Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, August 1998 and Other Periods
[$ millions]


Legislative Branch:
S enate ........................................ .....
House of Representatives ............ ................
Joint items .............. ................. ....
Congressional Budget Office .........................
Architect of the Capitol ..................................
Library of Congress ......... .... ....................
Government Printing Office .................................
General Accounting Office ...................................
United States Tax Court .........................
Other Legislative Branch agencies ........................
Proprietary receipts from the public .................
Intrabudgetary transactions .................. .....
Total-Legislative Branch ................................

Judicial Branch:
Supreme Court of the United States .......................
Courts of Appeals, District Courts, and other judicial
services .............. ................ ...
Other .................................. .....
Total-Judicial Branch ................................

Department of Agriculture:
Agricultural Research Service ..............................
Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension
Service:
Research and education activities ......................
Extension activities .............................. ......
Other ........................................
Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service ................
Food Safety and Inspection Service .......................
Agricultural Marketing Service ..............................
Risk Management Agency:
Administrative and operating expenses ...................
Federal crop insurance corporation fund ...............

Farm Service Agency:
Salanes and expenses ...................................
Commodity Credit Corporation ...........................
Agricultural credit insurance fund .......................
Other ................... .....................
Total-Farm Service Agency ........................

Natural Resources Conservation Service:
Conservation operations .................................
Watershed and flood prevention operations ............
Other ............................... ........ ....
Rural Development ......................... ...........
Rural Utilities Service:
Rural electrification and telecommunications fund ........
Rural Development insurance fund .......................
Other ................ ....................
Rural Housing Service:
Rural housing insurance fund ...........................
Rental assistance program .............................
Other ......................... ...........
Foreign Agricultural Service .................................

Food and Nutrition Service:
Food stamp program .............. ..............
Child nutrition programs ........................ .........
Women, infants and children programs .................
Other ............................. ....
Total-Food and Nutrition Service .....................

Forest Service:
National forest system .................................
Wildland fire management ......... ....................
Forest service permanent appropriations .................
Other ....................................
Total-Forest Service ...................................

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

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


38
64
8
2
5
-18
8
27
3
2

-4
133


(* *)
(* *)
V I



(' *)


(* *)
C.)




1


409
718
82
21
151
458
113
316
30
8

-30
2,276


2
1


7
4




2

17


407
717
82
21
143
454
113
316
30
8
-2
-30
2,259


386
695
77
21
150
466
84
309
30
10

-23
2,204


2
1





7


17

17


384
694
77
21
143
466
84
309
30
10
-7
-23
2,186


2 ...... 2 27 ...... 27 26 ...... 26

289 2 287 2,987 11 2,976 2,851 7 2,843
15 ...... 15 157 ...... 157 138 ...... 138
306 2 304 3,172 11 3,161 3,015 7 3,007


63 ...... 63 712 ...... 712 709 ...... 709


41 ...... 41 384 ...... 384 363 ...... 363
33 ...... 33 375 ...... 375 376 ...... 376
2 ...... 2 57 ...... 57 45 ...... 45
46 ...... 46 475 ...... 475 471 ...... 471
46 ...... 46 549 ...... 549 529 ...... 529
73 2 71 656 3 653 612 1 611

96 ...... 96 229 ...... 229 48 ...... 48
166 2 163 1,330 507 824 1,320 493 827


80 ...... 80 614 ...... 614 657 ...... 657
1,869 789 1,079 15,869 7,805 8,064 11,397 6,990 4,407
8 26 -18 373 1,135 -762 417 1,229 -813
3 ...... 3 64 ...... 64 109 ...... 109
1,959 816 1,144 16,919 8,940 7,979 12,579 8,219 4,360


66 ...... 66 577 ...... 577 595 ...... 595
20 ...... 20 202 ...... 202 220 ...... 220
12 ...... 12 81 ...... 81 88 ...... 88
49 ...... 49 530 ...... 530 554 ...... 554

13 124 -112 2,161 2,513 -351 2,017 2,886 -870
63 48 15 590 553 37 607 462 145
3 12 -9 69 192 -122 500 590 -90

153 182 -29 1,937 2,085 -149 2,667 2,126 542
43 ...... 43 489 ...... 489 469 ...... 469
44 ...... 44 83 ...... 83 93 ...... 93
146 ...... 146 536 ...... 536 457 ...... 457


1,568 ...... 1,568 18,634 ...... 18,634 21,154 ...... 21,154
357 ...... 357 8,187 ...... 8,187 7,910 ...... 7,910
321 ...... 321 3,624 ...... 3,624 3,587 ...... 3,587
25 ...... 25 344 ...... 344 393 ...... 393
2,271 ...... 2,271 30,788 ...... 30,788 33,044 ...... 33,044


92 ...... 92 1,355 ...... 1,355 1,187 ...... 1,187
99 ...... 99 456 ...... 456 701 ...... 701
28 ...... 28 307 ...... 307 341 ...... 341
140 ...... 140 918 ...... 918 707 ...... 707
360 ...... 360 3,036 ...... 3,036 2,936 ...... 2,936

46 3 43 550 33 517 562 31 531
...... 58 -58 ...... 698 -698 ...... 740 -740
( *) ...... ( ) -1 .. .. -1 -5 ...... -5
5,813 1,246 4,567 63,315 15,523 47,792 61,855 15,548 46,307






Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, August 1998 and Other Periods-Continued
[$ millions]


Department of Commerce:
Economic Development Administration ....................
Bureau of the Census ...................................
Promotion of Industry and Commerce ..................

Science and Technology:
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration .......
National Institute of Standards and Technology .......
Other ............................ ..................
Total-Science and Technology ......................

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

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

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

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:
Department of the Army .............................
Department of the Navy .............................
Department of the Air Force ................. ..
Defense agencies ....................................
Revolving and Management Funds:
Department of the Army .................................
Department of the Navy ..............................
Department of the Air Force ..........................
Defense agencies:
Working capital fund ..................................
Other ........................ .......... ..
Trust funds:
Department of the Army ................................
Department of the Navy ...............................
Department of the Air Force ............................
Defense agencies ................. ...............
Proprietary receipts from the public:
Department of the Army .............................
Department of the Navy ................. ............
Department of the Air Force ...........................
Defense agencies .....................................


(* *)


7


18


182 1 182 1,907 17 1,891 1,765 13 1,752
56 ...... 56 617 ...... 617 620 ...... 620
19 2 17 28 29 -1 154 28 126
257 3 255 2,552 46 2,507 2,539 42 2,498

-1 1 -2 90 3 87 99 2 97
...... 13 -13 ...... 124 -124 ...... 118 -118
( ). ... ...... ...... ( *) (* *) ...... ( *)


386 17 369 3,824 180 3,645 3,615 180 3,435



1,520 ...... 1,520 23,633 ...... 23,633 24,682 ...... 24,8682
1,103 ...... 1,103 22,057 ...... 22,057 23,404 ...... 23,404
880 ...... 880 17,422 ...... 17,422 18,184 ...... 18,184
3,503 ...... 3,503 63,112 ...... 63,112 66,271 ...... 66,271


1,668 ...... 1,668 19,686 ...... 19,686 20.488 ...... 20,488
1,879 ...... 1,879 21,563 ...... 21,563 21,999 ...... 21.999
1,960 ...... 1,960 21,867 ...... 21,867 21,613 ...... 21,613
1,751 ...... 1,751 19,890 ...... 19,890 18,954 ...... 18.954
7,257 ...... 7,257 83,007 ...... 83,007 83,054 ...... 83,054


662 ...... 662 7,403 ...... 7,403 7,461 ...... 7,461
1,604 ...... 1,604 16,489 ...... 16,489 16,670 ...... 16,670
1,104 ...... 1,104 15,810 ...... 15,810 16,160 ...... 16,160
320 ...... 320 3,304 ...... 3,304 2,868 ...... 2.868
3,690 ...... 3,690 43,006 ...... 43,006 43,160 ...... 43.160


393 ...... 393 4,363 ...... 4,363 4,464 ...... 4.464
547 ...... 547 7,124 ...... 7,124 7,454 ...... 7,454
824 ...... 824 13,209 ...... 13,209 12,722 ...... 12.722
843 ...... 843 9,082 ...... 9,082 8,900 ...... 8,900
2,607 ...... 2,607 33,777 ...... 33,777 33,541 ...... 33,541


95 ...... 95 892 ...... 892 861 ...... 861
87 ...... 87 693 ...... 693 545 ...... 545
86 ...... 86 942 ...... 942 922 ...... 922
243 ...... 243 2,870 ...... 2,870 3,287 ...... 3,287
512 ...... 512 5,397 ...... 5,397 5,615 ...... 5,615


5


-16
90


-269
-7

(**)
3
(**)
28


(**)



2


-9
242
123
104

8


-16
90


-269
-7

(**)
3
-2
28

9
-242
-123
-104


1,150
1,286
935
145

-44
1,311


81
-306

3
26
9
221


59


1,150
1,286
935
86


1,250
1,237
1,021
132


61


1,250
1,237
1,021
71


...... -44
...... 1,311


...... 81 2,891
3 -309 -318


(**)
10


-354
726
345
546


3
26
-1
221

354
-726
-345
-546


7


3
13


2,891
-324

(**)
21
(**)
154

-335
-127
-185
-297







Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, August 1998 and Other Periods-Continued
[$ millions]


Department of Defense-Military:--Continued
Intrabudgetary transactions:
Department of the Army ...............................
Department of the Navy ............................
Department of the Air Force ..........................
Defense agencies ......................................
Offsetting governmental receipts:
Department of the Army ................................

Total-Department of Defense-Miltary .............

Department of Education:
Office of Elementary and Secondary Education:
Education reform ... .......................
Education for the disadvantaged ........................
Impact aid ................. ............... ......
School improvement programs ..........................
Other ............................. .......... .....
Total-Office of Elementary and Secondary
Education ................. .................

Office of Bilingual Education and Minority Languages
Affairs ............ ............................
Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services:
Special education .............................
Rehabilitation services and disability research ..........
Special institutions for persons with disabilities ........
Office of Vocational and Adult Education ..............

Office of Postsecondary Education:
College housing and academic facilities loans .........
Student financial assistance .............................
Higher education ........................................
Howard University .................. .......
Federal direct student loan program ...................
Federal family education loans ........................
Total-Office of Postsecondary Education ...........

Office of Educational Research and Improvement .......
Departmental Management .................................
Proprietary receipts from the public ............... ......

Total-Department of Education .......................

Department of Energy:
Atomic Energy Defense Activities:
Weapons activities ......................................
Defense environmental restoration and waste
management ...................................
Defense facilities closure projects ........................
Other defense activities .. ............. .........
Defense nuclear waste disposal ........................

Energy Programs:
Science ................. ...................
Energy supply ............................ ...........
Non-defense environmental management ...............
Fossil energy research and development ...............
Energy conservation .................. .......
Strategic petroleum reserve .............................
Uranium enrichment decontamination and
decommissioning fund ...................................
Other ................. .................. ......
Total-Energy Programs ..............................

Power Marketing Administration ...........................
Departmental Administration ...............................
Proprietary receipts from the public ......................
Intrabudgetary transactions ................................
Offsetting governmental receipts .......................

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


46
784
127
-132


3 -3


46
784
127
-132


10 -in


17,872 467 17,405 233,899 1,338 232,561 239,188 1,037 238,151



14 ...... 14 680 ...... 680 378 ...... 378
786 ...... 786 7,207 ...... 7,207 6,722 ...... 6,722
5 ...... 5 679 ...... 679 612 ...... 612
60 ...... 60 1,232 ...... 1,232 1,172 ...... 1,172
4 ...... 4 51 ...... 51 51 ...... 51

870 ...... 870 9,849 ...... 9,849 8,935 ...... 8,935


33 ...... 33 193 ...... 193 171 ...... 171

143 ...... 143 3,355 ...... 3,355 3,082 ...... 3,082
194 ...... 194 2,301 ...... 2,301 2,254 ...... 2,254
11 ...... 11 124 ...... 124 117 ...... 117
89 ...... 89 1,291 ...... 1,291 1,287 ...... 1,287


-3 5 -8 1 87 -86 6 45 -40
674 ...... 674 6,935 ...... 6,935 6,289 ...... 6,289
67 ...... 67 704 ...... 704 763 ...... 763
17 ...... 17 188 ...... 188 185 ...... 185
72 ...... 72 830 ...... 830 621 ...... 621
632 ...... 632 1,217 ...... 1,217 1,857 ...... 1,857
1,458 5 1,453 9,875 87 9,788 9,720 45 9,675

46 ...... 46 479 ...... 479 295 ...... 295
21 ...... 21 374 ...... 374 380 ...... 380
...... (V) (I) .I ( ) (* ) ...... 44 -44

2,865 6 2,859 27,841 87 27,754 26,241 89 26,152



313 ...... 313 3,627 ...... 3,627 3,684 ...... 3,684

333 ...... 333 4,106 ...... 4,106 5,152 ...... 5,152
75 ...... 75 790 ...... 790 ...... ...
141 ...... 141 1,509 ...... 1,509 1,412 ...... 1,412
6 ...... 6 218 ...... 218 152 ...... 152


191 ...... 191 2,039 ...... 2,039 964 ...... 964
48 ...... 48 1,176 ...... 1,176 2,758 ...... 2,758
31 ...... 31 422 ...... 422 .
29 ...... 29 331 ...... 331 388 ...... 388
55 ...... 55 551 ...... 551 516 ...... 516
18 ...... 18 214 ...... 214 218 ...... 218

14 ...... 14 215 ...... 215 156 ...... 156
49 1 48 556 20 536 725 6 719
436 1 435 5,504 20 5,484 5,724 6 5,719

138 140 -2 1,360 1,659 -300 1,388 1,663 -276
22 ...... 22 204 ...... 204 222 ...... 222
...... 61 -61 ...... 1,456 -1,456 ...... 2,035 -2,035
-224 ...... -224 -1,114 ...... -1,114 -877 ...... -877


1,240 202 1,038 16,205 3,136 13,069 16,857 3,704 13,153






Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, August 1998 and Other Periods-Continued
[$ millions]


Department of Health and Human Services:
Public Health Service:
Food and Drug Administration ..........................
Health Resources and Services Administration .........
Indian Health Services ........................ .........
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention .............
National Institutes of Health .......................
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services
Administration ............................ ............
Agency for Health Care Policy and Research .........

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

Health Care Financing Administration:
Grants to States for Medicaid ...... ......... .........
Payments to health care trust funds ...................

Federal hospital insurance trust fund:
Benefit payments .......................................
Administrative expenses ..........................
Total- FHI trust fund ................... ...........

Health care fraud and abuse control .................

Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund:
Benefit payments ................ .............
Administrative expenses ...........................
Total-FSMI trust fund .................. ..........

Other ............... .....................

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

Administration for Children and Families:
Temporary assistance for needy families ...............
Family support payments to States .....................
Low income home energy assistance ..................
Refugee and entrant assistance ........................
Job opportunities and basic skills training program ......
Child care entitlement to States ......................
Payments to States for the child care and development
block grant ......... .......................
Social services block grant ............. ..... ........
Children and families services programs ...............
Payments to States for foster care and adoption
assistance ................ ........ ............
Other ................. .. ....................
Total-Administration for Children and Families .......

Administration on Aging ....................................
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 tax and other credits:
Federal hospital insurance trust fund ..............

Total-Department of Health and Human Services .


76
263
102
191
1,132


(* *)
(* *)
V.. I
C.. I


76
263
102
191
1,132


801
3,217
2,005
2,192
11,335


...... 205 2,030
...... -7 67


4
4


797
3,212
2,005
2,192
11,335


811
3,127
2,011
2,103
11,123


4
30


...... 2.030 1,378
...... 67 70


806
3,097
2,011
2,103
11.123

1,378
70


1,963 (*) 1,962 21,647 9 21,638 20,623 34 20,589


8,124 ...... 8,124 92,515 ...... 92,515 86,625 ...... 86.625
4,980 ...... 4,980 59,499 ...... 59,499 58,728 ...... 58,728


9,191 ...... 9,191 124,362 ...... 124,362 126,396 ...... 126,396
134 ...... 134 1,102 ...... 1,102 1,108 ...... 1,108
9,324 ...... 9,324 125,463 ...... 125,463 127,504 ...... 127,504

68 ...... 68 575 ...... 575 464 ...... 464


5,005 ...... 5,005 68,708 ...... 68,708 66,144 ...... 66,144
147 ...... 147 1,322 ...... 1,322 1,287 ...... 1,287
5,152 ...... 5,152 70,029 ...... 70,029 67,430 ...... 67,430

10 ...... 10 -64 ...... -64 9 ...... 9

27,659 ...... 27,659 348,018 ...... 348,018 340,760 ...... 340,760


955 ...... 955 12,083 ...... 12,083 8,700 ...... 8,700
84 ...... 84 1,857 ...... 1,857 4,614 ...... 4.614
48 ...... 48 1,067 ...... 1,067 1,157 ...... 1,157
26 ...... 26 297 ...... 297 256 ...... 256
5 ...... 5 47 ...... 47 412 ...... 412
192 ...... 192 1,917 ...... 1,917 1,256 ...... 1,256

109 ...... 109 1,028 ...... 1,028 822 ...... 822
227 ...... 227 2,298 ...... 2,298 2,408 ...... 2,408
378 ...... 378 4,895 ...... 4,895 4,510 ...... 4,510

340 ...... 340 4,146 ...... 4,146 3,747 ...... 3.747
55 ...... 55 272 ...... 272 198 ...... 198
2,419 ...... 2,419 29,907 ...... 29,907 28,080 ...... 28.080

67 ...... 67 750 ...... 750 758 ...... 758
2 ...... 2 474 ...... 474 288 ...... 288
...... 1,728 -1,728 ...... 19,736 -19,736 ...... 18,728 -18,728



-4,980 ...... -4,980 -54,906 ...... -54,906 -54,491 ...... -54.491

(**) ...... ( *) -4,593 ...... -4,593 -4,237 ...... -4,237

27,130 1,728 25,402 341,298 19,745 321,553 331,781 18,762 313,019





Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, August 1998 and Other Periods-Continued
[$ millions]


Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Housing Programs:
Public enterprise funds ....................................
Credit accounts:
Federal housing administration fund ............
Housing for the elderly or handicapped fund ..........
Other ................... .......... ... .......... ..
Rent supplement payments .........................
Homeownership assistance ........ ...................
Rental housing assistance ............... ...........
Rental housing development grants ..................
Low-rent public housing ......... .................
Public housing grants ...................................
College housing grants ..... ........ ...............
Lower income housing assistance ............. ......
Section 8 contract renewals ..........................
Other ........... ... ............... .
Total-Housing Programs ..............................

Public and Indian Housing Programs:
Low-rent public housing-loans and other expenses ....
Payments for operation of low-income housing
projects ............... .... ...... .. ......
Community Partnerships Against Crime ..................
Other .............. ... ..... ....... ...
Total-Public and Indian Housing Programs ...........

Government National Mortgage Association:
Management and liquidating functions fund ..............
Guarantees of mortgage-backed securities ...............
Total-Government National Mortgage Association ....

Community Planning and Development:
Community development grants ...........................
Home investment partnerships program ..................
Other .................... ........... .......
Total-Community Planning and Development .......

Management and Administration ....................
Other ........................... .... ..........
Proprietary receipts from the public .......................
Offsetting governmental receipts ..........................

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

Department of the Interimor:
Land and Minerals Management:
Bureau of Land Management:
Management of lands and resources ..................
Other .. ................ .................. ..............
Minerals Management Service .........................
Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and
Enforcement ............. ...................
Total-Land and Minerals Management ................

Water and Science:
Bureau of Reclamation:
Water and related resources .............. ......
Other ........................... ...........
United States Geological Survey ............... .......
Other ................................. .......
Total-Water and Science ............................

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


3 -2 36 52 -16 109 95


987
1
2
4
24
-4

23
-71
1
238
(* *)
396
1,601


1,467
65













1,535


-479
-64
2
4
24
-4

23
-71
1
238
(* *)
396
66


11,748
310

50
71
562

'596
-41
17
'8,495
1
'1,599
23,444


13,755
600













14,408


-2,007
-290
(* *)
50
71
562

596
-41
17
8,495
1
1,599
9,036


13,167
577
736
52
73
600

604
3,403
16
8,140
6,334
1,981
35.792


14,584
652













15.331


-1,416
-75
736
52
73
600
(* *)
604
3,403
15
8,140
6,334
1,981
20,461


1 (") 1 229 188 41 295 176 119

197 ...... 197 12,805 ...... 2,805 1,490 ...... 1,490
25 ...... 25 256 ...... 256 257 ...... 257
595 ...... 595 '9,164 ...... 9,164 192 ...... 192
818 ( *) 818 12,455 188 12,267 2,233 176 2,057


.( ...... ( *) ... ... .
12 105 -93 179 795 -617 182 740 -559
12 105 -93 179 795 -617 182 740 -559


342 ...... 342 4,239 ...... 4,239 4,117 ...... 4,117
103 ...... 103 1,176 ...... 1,176 1,103 ..... 1,103
20 11 9 242 81 161 301 94 207
465 11 454 5,657 81 5,576 5,522 94 5,428

25 ...... 25 387 ...... 387 440 ...... 440
3 ...... 3 52 ...... 52 53 ...... 53
...... 31 -31 ...... 452 -452 ...... 454 -454
...... ( *) ( *) ...... 16 -16 ...... 15 -15


2,925 1,683 1,242 42,174 15,939 26,235 44,222 16,811 27,411




43 ...... 43 551 ...... 551 524 ...... 524
53 2 51 400 14 385 462 10 452
54 ...... 54 630 ...... 630 683 ...... 683

23 ...... 23 300 ...... 300 293 ...... 293
173 2 172 1,880 14 1,865 1,962 10 1,952



43 ...... 43 514 ...... 514 442 ...... 442
32 12 20 316 163 152 340 146 194
52 ...... 52 679 ...... 679 670 ...... 670
( ) ...... (**) 39 ...... 39 61 ...... 61
128 12 116 1,548 163 1,384 1,514 146 1,367


106 ...... 106 1,199 ...... 1,199 1,113 ...... 1,113
147 ...... 147 1,570 ...... 1,570 1,456 ...... 1,456
252 ...... 252 2,769 ...... 2,769 2,569 ...... 2,569






Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, August 1998 and Other Periods-Continued
[$ millions]


Department of the Interior:-Continued
Bureau of Indian Affairs ....... .....................
Departmental Offices:
Insular affairs ...................... ......... ......
Office of Special Trustee for American Indians .........
Other ..................... .... ....... .. ......
Proprietary receipts from the public ......................
Intrabudgetary transactions ..................................

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

Department of Justice:
General Administration ...... ................. ........
Legal Activities and United States Marshals:
United States Attorneys ................. ..... ........
Other .............................................
Federal Bureau of Investigation ...........................
Drug Enforcement Administration ..........................
Immigration and Naturalization Service ....................
Federal Prison System ....................................
Office of Justice Programs:
Violent crime reduction programs .......................
Community oriented policing services ....................
Other ................... ........... .......
Other ...... ...................... .....
Intrabudgetary transactions .................... ............
Offsetting governmental receipts ........................
Total-Department of Justice ...........................

Department of Labor
Employment and Training Administration:
Training and employment services ......................
Welfare to work jobs .....................................
Community service employment for older Americans ....
Federal unemployment benefits and allowances .......
State unemployment insurance and employment service
operations ........................................... ....
Advances to the unemployment trust fund and other
funds ............................. ...... ......

Unemployment trust fund:
Federal-State unemployment insurance:
State unemployment benefits .........................
State administrative expenses ..........................
Federal administrative expenses ......................
Veterans employment and training ...................
Repayment of advances from the general fund .......
Other ................... .. ............... ...............
Total-Unemployment trust fund ...................

Other ................ .....................

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

Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation ....................
Employment Standards Administration:
Salaries and expenses ..................................
Special benefits ................. ....................
Black lung disability trust fund ....................
Other ......................................... ......
Occupational Safety and Health Administration .........
Bureau of Labor Statistics .............. ........
Other ............... .. ........ .......
Proprietary receipts from the public ........................
Intrabudgetary transactions ................................

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


94 (**)


7
57
16

-10


2
178


94 1,709


7
57
14
-178
-10


223
445
133

-205


10 1,699 1,625


14
1,845


223
445
118
-1,845
-205


247
322
147

-245


6 1,619


1,973
......


247
322
147
-1,973
-245


717 194 523 8,500 2,047 6,453 8,140 2,136 6,004


41 ...... 41 311 ...... 311 301 ...... 301

93 ...... 93 924 ...... 924 893 ...... 893
185 ...... 185 1,865 ...... 1,865 1,637 ...... 1,637
317 ...... 317 2,705 ...... 2,705 2,507 ...... 2.507
118 ...... 118 950 ...... 950 890 ...... 890
310 ...... 310 3,202 ...... 3,202 2,570 ...... 2.570
253 14 238 2,880 161 2,720 2,865 156 2,709

110 ...... 110 1,365 ...... 1,365 1,124 ...... 1,124
72 ...... 72 898 ...... 898 556 ...... 556
67 ...... 67 894 ...... 894 894 ...... 894
3 ...... 3 246 ...... 246 381 ...... 381
-7 ...... -7 -47 ...... -47 -82 ...... -82
...... 74 -74 ...... 940 -940 ...... 1,033 -1,033
1,561 89 1,473 16,193 1,100 15,092 14,537 1,189 13,348



496 ...... 496 4,228 ...... 4,228 4.023 ...... 4,023
4 ...... 4 11 ...... 11 ...... ...... ......
51 ...... 51 416 ...... 416 367 ...... 367
20 ...... 20 258 ...... 258 286 ...... 286

3 ...... 3 227 ...... 227 53 ...... 53

.. .... ..... ..... ...... ....... 25 ...... 25



1,591 ...... 1,591 18,507 ...... 18,507 19,397 ...... 19,397
271 ...... 271 2,776 ...... 2,776 2,849 ...... 2,849
9 ...... 9 194 ...... 194 199 ...... 199
13 ...... 13 166 ...... 166 156 ...... 156

(**) ...... ("*) 3 ...... 3 3 ...... 3
1,884 ...... 1,884 21,647 ...... 21,647 22,603 ...... 22,603

8 ...... 8 81 ...... 81 73 ...... 73

2,466 ...... 2,466 26,868 ...... 26,868 27,431 ...... 27,431

92 197 -106 965 1,955 -989 886 1,713 -826

23 ...... 23 274 ...... 274 252 ...... 252
148 ...... 148 477 ...... 477 474 ...... 474
38 ...... 38 457 ...... 457 483 ...... 483
10 ...... 10 133 ...... 133 133 ...... 133
31 ...... 31 310 ...... 310 294 ...... 294
29 ...... 29 281 ...... 281 284 ...... 284
44 ...... 44 434 ...... 434 422 ...... 422
...... ( ) ( *) ...... 3 -3 ...... 4 -4
-29 ...... -29 -467 ...... -467 -561 ...... -561

2,851 197 2,654 29,733 1,958 27,775 30,098 1,717 28,380






Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, August 1998 and Other Periods-Continued


Department of State:
Administration of Foreign Affairs:
Diplomatic and consular programs .....................
Security and maintenance of United States missions ....
Payment to Foreign Service retirement and disability
fund ................... ......... ......
Foreign Service retirement and disability fund ...........
Other ................... ........... ......
Total-Administration of Foreign Affairs .............

International Organizations and Conferences .............
Migration and refugee assistance .........................
Other .................... .... ............
Proprietary receipts from the public ............... ......
Intrabudgetary transactions ..................................
Offsetting governmental receipts ........................

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

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

Federal Aviation Administration:
Operations ......... .............. .......

Airport and airway trust fund:
Grants-in-aid for airports ............................
Facilities and equipment ..............................
Research, engineering, and development ..............
Trust fund share of FAA operations .................
Total-Airport and airway trust fund ..............

Other ..................... ...................

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

Federal Highway Administration:
Highway trust fund:
Federal-aid highways .................................
Other ................. ........... .....
Other programs ............................................
Total-Federal Highway Administration .................

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration .............

Federal Railroad Administration:
Grants to National Railroad Passenger Corporation .....
Other ........................... ... .... .....
Total-Federal Railroad Administration ...............

Federal Transit Administration:
Formula grants ................................. ..........
Major capital investments .................................
Trust fund share of expenses ..........................
Other .......................... ..............
Total-Federal Transit Administration ..............

Maritime Administration ............................ ......
Other .................... .... ............
Proprietary receipts from the public .............. ......
Intrabudgetary transactions ................................
Offsetting governmental receipts ..........................

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


78 1,207
28 177


214
474
595


...... 1,207 1,394
...... 177 467


214
474
595


230
457
422


2 6c6


1,394
467

230
457
422
0 ftlT1


co- ...... C"t, ...... ,668 2,9f 1 ...... 2,9 1 1

4 ...... 4 997 ...... 997 1,248 ...... 1,248
20 ...... 20 622 ...... 622 664 ...... 664
22 ...... 22 188 ...... 188 226 ...... 226
...... ...... ...... ...... ( *.) (. *). .
-84 ...... -84 -259 ...... -259 -282 ...... -282


256 ...... 256 4,216 (* *) 4,215 4,828 ...... 4,828



208 ...... 208 2,430 ...... 2,430 2,423 ...... 2,423
31 ...... 31 304 ...... 304 306 ...... 306
50 ...... 50 585 ...... 585 572 ...... 572
29 (*) 29 234 5 229 210 5 205
317 ( ) 317 3,552 5 3,547 3,510 5 3,505


225 ...... 225 3,097 ...... 3,097 2,907 ...... 2,907


132 ...... 132 1,323 ...... 1,323 1,327 ...... 1,327
164 ...... 164 1,982 ...... 1,982 2,114 ...... 2,114
14 ...... 14 179 ...... 179 198 ...... 198
162 ...... 162 1,767 ...... 1,767 1,519 ...... 1,519
472 ...... 472 5,250 ...... 5,250 5,158 ...... 5,158

1 (*") 1 25 1 23 ("*) 2 -2

697 ( ) 697 8,372 1 8,371 8,065 2 8,063



1,939 ...... 1,939 17,583 ...... 17,583 18,248 ...... 18,248
13 (**) 13 114 9 105 153 (") 153
12 ...... 12 256 ...... 256 168 ...... 168
1,963 ( *) 1,963 17,953 9 17,944 18,570 (* *) 18,570

24 ...... 24 280 ...... 280 259 ...... 259


( *) ...... ( ) 479 ...... 479 613 ...... 613
42 (*) 41 522 6 515 467 16 451
42 (") 41 1,001 6 995 1,080 16 1,064


-778 ...... -778 -340 ...... -340 367 ...... 367
144 ...... 144 1,676 ...... 1,676 1,781 ...... 1,781
932 ...... 932 2,260 ...... 2,260 1,659 ...... 1,659
29 ...... 29 320 ...... 320 339 ...... 339
326 ...... 326 3,916 ...... 3,916 4,147 ...... 4,147

43 1 42 533 397 135 644 431 214
47 1 46 228 12 217 311 10 301
...... ( ) ( ) ...... 17 -17 ...... 14 -14
...... ...... ...... -36 ...... -36 -2 ...... -2
...... 7 -7 ...... 108 -108 ...... 107 -107

3,460 10 3,450 35,800 557 35,243 36,584 585 35,998


n c






Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, August 1998 and Other Periods-Continued
[$ millions]


Department of the Treasury:
Departmental Offices:
Exchange stabilization fund .............................
Other ...................................... .

Financial Management Service:
Salaries and expenses ....................... ...........
Payment to the Resolution Funding Corporation .........
Net interest paid to loan guarantee financing accounts .
Claims, judgements, and relief acts ....................
Other ................... ............. .....
Total-Financial Management Service ................

Federal Financing Bank .................... ........
Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms:
Salaries and expenses ........................ ..........
Internal revenue collections for Puerto Rico ............
United States Customs Service ..........................
Bureau of Engraving and Printing .........................
United States Mint ....................... .............
Bureau of the Public Debt .............. ..........

Internal Revenue Service:
Processing, assistance, and management ..............
Tax law enforcement ..........................
Information systems ......................................
Payment where earned income credit exceeds liability
for tax ................... ........... ........ ......
Refunding internal revenue collections, interest ........
Other ..................... ................. .
Total-Intemal Revenue Service ........................

United States Secret Service ..............................
Comptroller of the Currency .......... ..............
Office of Thrift Supervison .................................

Interest on the public debt:
Public issues (accrual basis) ..............................
Special issues (cash basis) ............................
Total-Interest on the public debt ...................

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

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

Department of Veterans Affairs:
Veterans Health Administration:
Medical care .... .......... ...................
Other ...................... ................ .

Veterans Benefits Administration:
Public enterprise funds:
Guaranty and indemnity fund ........................
Loan guaranty revolving fund ..........................
Other ................................... ...............
Compensation and pensions ............................
Readjustment benefits ............................
Insurance funds:
National service life ................. ...........
United States Government Life .........................
Veterans special life ................... ...... .........
Other ................... .... ...............
Total-Veterans Benefits Administration ...............

Construction .................. .................
Departmental Administration ...............................
Proprietary receipts from the public:
National service life ..................... .. ...............
United States Government Life .........................
Other ...................... .... .............
Intrabudgetary transactions ...............................

Total-Department of Veterans Affairs ..............


-224
32


75


-299
32


-420
407


792 -1,212
...... 407


-214 696
429 ......


18 ...... 18 175 ...... 175 205 ...... 205
...... ...... ..... 2,328 ...... 2,328 2,328 ...... 2,328
...... ...... ...... 1,028 ...... 1,028 418 ...... 418
34 ...... 34 616 ...... 616 975 ...... 975
1 ...... 1 47 ...... 47 43 ...... 43
53 ...... 53 4,194 ...... 4,194 3,969 ...... 3.969

-114 ...... -114 110 ...... 110 110 ...... 110

35 ...... 35 451 ...... 451 425 ...... 425
22 ...... 22 210 ...... 210 198 ...... 198
174 ...... 174 1,865 ...... 1,865 1,797 ...... 1,797
-9 ...... -9 52 ...... 52 -6 ...... -6
193 160 33 714 1,077 -364 541 824 -283
13 ...... 13 220 ...... 220 246 ...... 246


256 ...... 256 2,409 ...... 2,409 1,585 ...... 1,585
242 ...... 242 2,926 ...... 2,926 3,695 ...... 3,695
104 ...... 104 1,218 ...... 1,218 1,074 ...... 1,074

108 ...... 108 23,126 ...... 23,126 21,728 ...... 21,728
377 ...... 377 1,918 ...... 1,918 2,214 ...... 2,214
13 (") 12 102 9 92 -2 (**) -1
1,099 ( ) 1,099 31,699 9 31,689 30,294 ( ) 30,295

57 ...... 57 602 ...... 602 585 ...... 585
30 87 -56 330 395 -65 328 372 -45
12 9 2 127 142 -15 126 144 -18


20,038 ...... 20,038 222,229 ...... 222,229 224,615 ...... 224,615
3,939 ...... 3,939 120,717 ...... 120,717 110,307 ...... 110,307
23,977 ...... 23,977 342,945 ...... 342,945 334,922 ...... 334,922

16 ...... 16 117 ...... 117 56 *..... 56
...... 409 -409 ...... 3,637 -3,637 ...... 3,124 -3,124
-320 ...... -320 -5,064 ...... -5,064 -6,121 ...... -6,121
...... 126 -126 ...... 1,157 -1,157 ...... 1,203 -1,203

25,047 866 24,180 378,559 7,209 371,351 367,683 6,364 361.,320



1,317 ...... 1,317 15,798 ...... 15,798 15,172 ...... 15,172
53 21 32 518 208 310 587 177 410



15 -1 16 1,093 71 1,022 1,137 670 467
95 123 -29 1,480 1,529 -50 334 261 74
48 39 9 513 519 -6 274 271 3
155 ...... 155 18,576 ...... 18,576 19,265 ...... 19,265
63 ...... 63 1,241 ...... 1,241 1,232 ...... 1,232

100 ...... 100 1,094 ...... 1,094 1,116 ...... 1,116
1 ...... 1 11 ...... 11 12 ...... 12
11 3 8 144 176 -32 136 177 -41
1 ...... 1 83 ...... 83 112 ...... 112
489 164 325 24,235 2,295 21,940 23,619 1,379 22.240

58 (*) 58 479 C ) 479 544 (V) 544
104 ...... 104 890 ...... 890 911 ...... 911

...... 14 -14 ...... 198 -198 ...... 220 -220

...... 65 -65 ...... 874 -874 ...... 1,594 -1,594
(*) ...... (") -36 ...... -36 -9 ...... -9

2,022 265 1,757 41,884 3,575 38,309 40,823 3,370 37,453


-911
429






Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, August 1998 and Other Periods-Continued
[$ millions]


Corps of Engineers:
Construction, general ..... ..................
Operation and maintenance, general ......................
Flood control ....... ............... ... ....
Harbor maintenance trust fund ...........................
O their ........... .. .... .. .. ......
Proprietary receipts from the public ................... ......
Total-Corps of Engineers ..............................

Other Defense Civil Programs:
Military Retirement:
Payment to military retirement fund ....................
Military retirement fund ................................
Educational Benefits ... .................... ...
Other .............. ........... .........
Proprietary receipts from the public ................
Intrabudgetary transactions .................... ......
Total-Other Defense Civil Programs .................

Environmental Protection Agency:
Science and technology .............. ...............
Environmental programs and management ................
State and tribal assistance grants ........................
Hazardous substance superfund ..........................
Other ........................ .... ....
Proprietary receipts from the public ............... ..
Intrabudgetary transactions ............................
Offsetting governmental receipts .......................
Total-Environmental Protection Agency ...............

Executive Office of the President:
Compensation of the President and the White House
O office ..................................... .....
Office of Management and Budget .......................
Other ......................... .... .....
Total-Executive Office of the President ..............

Federal Emergency Management Agency:
Public enterprise funds .................................
Disaster relief ........... .. .. ............ ....
Emergency management planning and assistance ........
Other .............. .... ...... ......
Proprietary receipts from the public ..................
Offsetting governmental receipts ........................
Total-Federal Emergency Management Agency ......

General Services Administration:
Real Property Activities ......................................
Supply and Technology Activities .......................
General Activities .......................... ....
Proprietary receipts from the public ............... ......
Total-General Services Administration ............

International Assistance Program:
International Security Assistance:
Foreign military loan program .................. .......
Foreign military financing program ........................
Economic support fund .............................
Other ...................... ....... ......
Proprietary receipts from the public ...................
Total-International Security Assistance ..............

Multilateral Assistance:
Coninbution to the International Development
Association ................................... .....
International organizations and programs ................
Other .................... ................
Total-Multilateral Assistance .......................


99
129
46
41
17

333


996
1,134
366
455
711

3,664


34
34


291
291


996
1,134
366
455
711
-291
3,373


831
1,102
393
462
637

3,424


198
198


831
1,102
393
462
637
-198
3,227


............ ...... 15,119 ...... 15,119 15,151 ...... 15,151
2,618 ...... 2,618 28,522 ...... 28,522 27,647 ...... 27,647
7 ...... 7 150 ...... 150 148 ...... 148
11 ...... 11 121 ...... 121 115 1 114
...... (* *) (* ) ...... 12 -12 ...... 13 -13
-18 ...... -18 -15,276 ...... -15,276 -15,318 ...... -15,318
2,617 (* *) 2,617 28,636 12 28,625 27,744 14 27,730


45 ...... 45 485 ...... 485 440 ...... 440
143 ...... 143 1,702 ...... 1,702 1,586 ...... 1,586
236 ...... 236 2,361 ...... 2,361 2,478 ...... 2,478
110 ...... 110 1,270 ...... 1,270 1,975 ...... 1,975
11 (") 11 427 19 408 -394 3 -397
...... 31 -31 ...... 275 -275 ...... 302 -302
...... ..... ...... -250 ...... -250 -250 ...... -250
...... ( *) ( ) ...... 9 -9 ...... 7 -7
545 31 514 5,995 302 5,693 5,834 312 5,521



5 ...... 5 42 ...... 42 36 ...... 36
6 ...... 6 48 ...... 48 52 ...... 52
11 ...... 11 112 (* ) 112 115 ...... 115
22 ...... 22 202 (* ) 202 203 ...... 203


15 83 -67 292 678 -386 769 414 355
139 ...... 139 1,784 ...... 1,784 2,334 ...... 2,334
22 ...... 22 224 ...... 224 162 ...... 162
13 ...... 13 260 ...... 260 293 ...... 293
...... .... ...... ( ) (* *) ...... 25 -25
...... ( *) ( ) ...... 8 -8 ...... 9 -9
189 83 107 2,560 686 1,875 3,558 448 3,109


26 ...... 26 1,099 ...... 1,099 469 ...... 469
-52 ...... -52 46 ...... 46 169 ...... 169
21 ...... 21 123 ...... 123 151 ...... 151
...... ( *) (* *) ...... 6 -6 ...... 10 -10
-5 () -5 1,268 6 1,262 789 10 779



56 82 -26 333 478 -145 364 467 -103
285 ...... 285 3,094 ...... 3,094 2,836 ...... 2,836
124 ...... 124 2,090 ...... 2,090 2,114 ...... 2,114
14 ...... 14 215 ...... 215 206 ...... 206
...... 99 -99 ...... 707 -707 ...... 722 -722
480 181 299 5,732 1,185 4,548 5,520 1,189 4,331



...... ...... ...... 1,029 ...... 1,029 1,227 ...... 1,227
6 ...... 6 298 ...... 298 292 ...... 292
24 ...... 24 475 14 461 533 ...... 533
30 ...... 30 1,802 14 1,788 2,052 ...... 2,052






Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, August 1998 and Other Periods-Continued
[$ millions]

This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Prior Fiscal Year to Date
Classification Gross Applicable Gross Applicable Gross Applicable
Outlays Receipts Outlays Receipts Outlays Receipts


International Assistance Program:-Continued
International Development Assistance:
Agency for International Development:
Economic assistance loans .. ...................
Sustainable development assistance program ........
Assistance for Eastern Europe and the Baltic States .
Assistance for the new independent States of the
Former Soviet Union ................................
Development fund for Africa ............................
Operating expenses ........................... .......
Payment to the Foreign Service retirement and
disability fund ......................................
Other ................... .................. ........... .
Proprietary receipts from the public ..................
Intrabudgetary transactions ...........................
Total-Agency for International Development .......

Overseas Private Investment Corporation ...............
Peace Corps ................................... ....
Other ................ .. .....................

Total-international Development Assistance ........

International Monetary Programs ................ ..........
Military Sales Programs:
Special defense acquisition fund .........................
Foreign military sales trust fund ........................
Kuwait civil reconstruction trust fund ..................
Proprietary receipts from the public ..................
Other .. ......... .. .. .... ........ .........

Total-International Assistance Program ...............

National Aeronautics and Space Administration:
Human space flight ................. .........
Science, aeronautics, and technology .......................
Mission support ...................... ................
Other ........................... ......
Total-National Aeronautics and Space
Administration ......................................

National Science Foundation:
Research and related activities ............................
Education and human resources ........................
Other ......... ................ .. ......
Total-National Science Foundation ................

Office of Personnel Management:
Government payment for annuitants, employees health,
and life insurance benefits .................................
Payment to civil service retirement and disability fund .....
Civil service retirement and disability fund ................
Employees life insurance fund .............................
Employees and retired employees health benefits fund ....
Other ......................... .......
Intrabudgetary transactions:
Civil service retirement and disability fund:
General fund contributions ............................
Other ............................... ...... .......
Total-Office of Personnel Management ...............


...... (* *)
31 ......
34 ......


105


254

6
13
7


(**)



(* *)
54I

54


(*) -1 1,100
31 1,304 ......
34 365 ......


105



254

-48
13
7


573
226
404

44
372



3,288

83
200
51


-1,100
1,304
365


11
1,211
431


864
......
......


-853
1,211
431


...... 573
...... 226
...... 404


76
1

1,176

291


44
297
-1
(* *)
2,112

-208
200
51


44
167



3,352

68
205
63


78
-1


941

276
(*C


44
89
1
C'
2,410

-208
205
63


280 54 226 3,621 1,467 2,154 3,688 1,217 2,471

-197 ...... -197 297 ...... 297 804 ...... 804

1 3 -2 13 43 -30 7 89 -82
1,121 ...... 1,121 12,663 ...... 12,663 13,768 ...... 13,768
...... ............ 1 () ...... (*(* .)
...... 1,158 -1,158 ...... 13,088 -13,088 ...... 14,102 -14,102
(V ...... (V ) (I ...... ( )1 2 ...... 2

1,716 1,397 319 24,131 15,796 8,334 25,841 16,597 9,244


394 ...... 394 4,984 ...... 4,984 5,195 ...... 5,195
512 ...... 512 5,496 ...... 5,496 5,415 ...... 5,415
174 ...... 174 2,263 ...... 2,263 2,266 ...... 2,266
7 ...... 7 128 ...... 128 313 ...... 313

1,088 ...... 1,088 12,871 ...... 12,871 13,190 ...... 13,190


119 ...... 119 2,168 ...... 2,168 2,072 ...... 2,072
123 ...... 123 431 ...... 431 419 ...... 419
61 ...... 61 300 ...... 300 323 ...... 323
303 ...... 303 2,899 ...... 2,899 2,814 ...... 2,814



333 ...... 333 3,402 ...... 3,402 3,609 ...... 3,609

3,577 ...... 3,577 39,398 ...... 39,398 38,215 ...... 38.215
135 401 -265 1,500 2,841 -1,341 1,732 2,626 -894
1,497 1,311 186 15,626 14,859 767 15,116 14,519 596
12 ...... 12 25 ...... 25 69 ...... 69



-2 ...... -2 -25 ...... -25 -24 ...... -24


5,553 1,712 3,840 59,925 17,701 42,224 58,717 17,145 41,571


59,925


17,701


42,224


58,717


17,145


41,571


5,553


1,712


3,840






Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, August 1998 and Other Periods-Continued
[$ millions]

This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Prior Fiscal Year to Date

ClassifcatioGross Applicable a Grs Applicable Grossss Applicable
Outlays Receipts ys Outlays Receipts Outlays Receipts


Small Business Administration:
Public enterprise funds:
Business loan fund .....................................
Disaster loan fund .....................................
Other ................... ........ .. ... ....
Other ..................................... .....
Total-Small Business Administration ................

Social Security Administration:
Payments to social security trust funds ..................
Special benefits for disabled coal miners .................
Supplemental security income program ...................
Office of the Inspector General ................. ........

Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund (off-
budget):
Benefit payments .....................................
Administrative expenses .................................
Payment to railroad retirement account ................
Total-FOASI trust fund ................................

Federal disability insurance trust fund (off-budget):
Benefit payments .........................................
Administrative expenses ...................................
Payment to railroad retirement account ................
Other .............................................
Total- FDI trust fund ..................... ............

Proprietary receipts from the public:
On-budget ...........................................
Off-budget .. .............................
Intrabudgetary transactions:
Off-budget ............................... ...............
Total-Social Security Administration ...........

Other independent agencies:
Appalachian Regional Commission ..........................
Corporation for National and Community Service ........
Corporation for Public Broadcasting ....................
District of Columbia:
Courts .............................................
Corrections ..........................................
General and special payments ..........................
Financing ...................................... ....
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission ..............
Export-Import Bank of the United States .................
Federal Communications Commission:
Universal service fund ...................................
Spectrum auction subsidies ..........................
Other ............. ..... .. .. .. ..... ...... ....

Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation:
Bank insurance fund ..................................
Savings association insurance fund .....................
FSUC resolution fund:
Resolution Trust Corporation closeout ...............
Other .................. .. ........... .........
Office of Inspector General .............................
Total-Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation ........

Legal Services Corporation ................................
National Archives and Records Administration ............
National Credit Union Administration ......................


418
243
15
454


-124
-10
5
454
325


1,129


12 ...... 12 9,123 ...... 9,123 6,859 ...... 6,859
48 ...... 48 544 ...... 544 579 ...... 579
301 ...... 301 27,068 ...... 27,068 28,458 ...... 28,458
2 ...... 2 8 ...... 8 7 ...... 7



27,267 ...... 27,267 296,887 ...... 296,887 286,444 ...... 286,444
8 ...... 8 1,609 ...... 1,609 1,876 ...... 1,876
...... ...... ...... 3,662 ...... 3,662 3,688 ...... 3,688
27,275 ...... 27,275 302,158 ...... 302,158 292,008 ...... 292,008


4,065 ...... 4,065 43,645 ...... 43,645 41,624 ...... 41,624
82 ...... 82 1,479 ...... 1,479 1,129 ...... 1,129
...... ...... ...... 157 ...... 157 59 ...... 59
... .. ...... ( ) ...... (*) ( ) ...... V(( )
4,147 ...... 4,147 45,281 ...... 45,281 42,812 ...... 42,812


...... 115 -115 ...... 1,146 -1,146 ...... 1,097 -1,097
...... (V*) (V*) ...... 20 -20 ...... 18 -18

-12 ...... -12 -9,122 ...... -9,122 -6,859 ...... -6,859
31,772 115 31,657 375,060 1,167 373,893 363,864 1,115 362,749


15 1 14 175 2 173 225 2 222
56 ...... 56 546 ...... 546 516 ...... 516
..... ...... ...... 250 ...... 250 260 ...... 260

.... ...... ...... 147 ...... 147
...... ...... ...... 471 ...... 471
-3 ...... -3 202 ...... 202 719 ...... 719
...... ...... ...... ...... 50 -50 ...... 12 -12
18 (*) 18 226 1 225 217 1 216
60 23 36 461 637 -176 832 930 -98

178 ...... 178 1,581 ...... 1,581 916 ...... 916
... ...... ... ...... ... .. ...... 940 ...... 940
14 2 12 168 30 138 163 27 135


30 272 -242 1,117 2,311 -1,195 1,109 5,003 -3,894
6 63 -57 75 484 -410 295 4,804 -4,509

23 462 -439 346 2,307 -1,961 678 4,976 -4,297
102 16 86 137 381 -243 72 1,136 -1,064
64 ...... 64 75 ...... 75 (") ...... ( )
226 813 -588 1,750 5,483 -3,734 2,155 15,918 -13,764


(* *)
16


...... 261
1 197
446 -202


1
358


256
190
-154






Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, August 1998 and Other Periods-Continued
[$ million]


Other independent agencies:-Continued
National Endowment for the Arts .........................
National Endowment for the Humanities ..................
Institute of Museum and Library Services ................
National Labor Relations Board ...............
Nuclear Regulatory Commission .........................
Panama Canal Commission ...............................
Postal Service:
Public enterprise funds (off-budget) .....................
Payment to the Postal Service fund ....................

Railroad Retirement Board:
Federal windfall subsidy .................................
Federal payments to the railroad retirement accounts ...
Railroad unemployment insurance trust fund:
Benefit payments ...................................
Administrative expenses ...........................
Rail industry pension fund:
Benefit payments .................... ..............
Advances from FOASDI fund ......................
OASDI certifications ...................................
Administrative expenses ...........................
Interest on refunds of taxes ................ .........
Other .......................... ... ........
Supplemental annuity pension fund:
Benefit payments ...................................
Interest on refund of taxes .........................
Railroad Social Security equivalent benefit account:
Benefit payments ....................................
Interest on refund of taxes .........................
Other ...................... .................
Intrabudgetary transactions:
Payments from other funds to the railroad retirement
trust funds ....................................
Other ........................... .........
Total-Railroad Retirement Board ...............

Securities and Exchange Commission .....................
Smithsonian Institution ...................................
Tennessee Valley Authority ................................
United States Enrichment Corporation Fund ................
United States Information Agency ...........................
Other ............... ........... .....

Total-Other independent agencies ....................

Undistributed offsetting receipts:
Other interest ..................

Employer share, employee retirement:
Department of Health and Human Services:
Federal hospital insurance trust fund:
Federal employer contributions .....................
Postal Service employer contributions .............
Payments for military service credits ................
Department of State:
Foreign Service retirement and disability fund .........
Other Defense Civil Programs:
Military retirement fund ................ .........
Office of Personnel Management:
Civil service retirement and disability fund ...........
Social Security Administration (off-budget):
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund:
Federal employer contributions .....................
Payments for military service credits ..............
Federal disability insurance trust fund:
Federal employer contributions .......................
Payments for military service credits ................
Other ................ ... ... .................
Total-Employer share, employee retirement ..........


38
60


4,319 84,725 -405
.. ... ...... ......


16


16
......


S (**


...... 422





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


389
677


453
606


52,009 55,485 -3,476 50,818 54,496
86 ...... 86 126 ......


185
254

53
(* *)

2,665
-1,031
1,031
79
3
5


4,892
2



-3,819
-254


...... 185
...... 254

...... 53


...... 2,665
...... -1,031
...... 1,031
...... 79
3
5


...... 4,892
2



...... -3,819
...... -254


2,655
-1,024
1,024
80
2
4


95
115
148
162
17
1

-3,679
126


2,655
-1,024
1,024
80
2
4


4,837
2
( *)


-3,747
-238


4,837
2
(* *


...... -3,747
...... -238


699 ...... 699 4,138 ...... 4,138 4,175 ...... 4.175

-16 ...... -16 -78 ...... -78 73 ..... 73
29 ...... 29 415 ...... 415 439 ...... 439
791 998 -208 8,199 8,897 -697 7,974 8,261 -286
(* (*I (**) 1,107 1,154 -47 1,344 1,451 -107
87 (*) 87 1,042 1 1,041 1.069 (*) 1,069
98 52 46 1,091 306 785 1,089 326 763

6,769 6,729 40 76,254 73,559 2,895 76,299 82,845 -6,545


...... ...... ...... ...... 3 -3 ...... 5 -5




-159 ...... -159 -1,666 ...... -1,666 -1,638 ...... -1,638
-50 ...... -50 -557 ...... -557 -553 ...... -553
...... ...... ...... -67 ...... -67 -70 ...... -70

-3 ...... -3 -102 ...... -102 -103 ...... -103

-877 ...... -877 -9,553 ...... -9,553 -10,085 ...... -10,085

-903 ...... -903 -10,389 ...... -10,389 -9,775 ...... -9,775


-502 ...... -502 -5.341 ...... -5,341 -4,857 ...... -4.857
...... ...... ...... -243 ...... -243 -267 ...... -267

-80 ....-80 80 -648 -848 -795 ...... -795
...... ...... ...... -39 ...... -39 -33 ...... -33
( ...... (**) -1 ...... -1 ( ...... (
-2,573 ...... -2,573 -28,804 ...... -28,6804 -28,177 ...... -28.177


......







Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, August 1998 and Other Periods-Continued


Undistributed offsetting receipts:-Continued
Interest received by trust funds:
Judicial Branch:
Judicial survivors annuity fund ............... .......
Department of Health and Human Services:
Federal hospital insurance trust fund ................
Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund ..
Department of Labor:
Unemployment trust fund .........................
Department of State:
Foreign Service retirement and disability fund .........
Department of Transportation:
Oil spill liability trust fund ............................
Airport and airway trust fund ................ .
Highway trust fund ................... ............
Department of Veterans Affairs:
National service life insurance fund .............
United States government life insurance fund .........
Corps of Engineers ....................................
Other Defense Civil Programs:
Military retirement fund ...............................
Educational benefits fund ................ ... ....
Armed Forces Retirement Home ....................
Environmental Protection Agency .........................
National Aeronautics and Space Administration .........
Office of Personnel Management:
Civil service retirement and disability fund .............
Social Security Administration (off-budget):
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund ...
Federal disability insurance trust fund ................
Independent agencies:
Railroad Retirement Board ............................
Other ................... ..... ...........
Other ............................ ........
Total-Interest received by trust funds ................

Rents and royalties on the outer continental shelf lands ..
Sale of major assets ......... ....... ..................
Spectrum auction proceeds ................................

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

Total outlays ......................................

Total on-budget .........................................

Total off-budget ......................................

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

Total on-budget .........................................

Total off-budget ......................................


-5 -11


...... -33 -9,132
...... -12 -2,591


-6 -4,291

(* ) -695


...... -56 -62
...... -4 -526
-30 -1,573


-1,105
-7
-1
-59
(* *)


-1,105
-7
-1
-59
(* *)


-76

-63
-8

-404
-10
-365
-2307


-11 -19


-9,132 -9,743
...... -2,591 -2,177

-4,291 -3,706


-695


...... -62
...... -526
-1,573


-975
-6
-86

-12,241
-40
-7
-61
-1


-975
-6
-86


-12,241
-40
-7
-61
-1


...... -76 -31,684

...... -63 -42,138
...... -8 -4,424


-404
-10
-365
-2307


-1,740
-30
-517
-112R31


-667


-64
-466
-1,389

-1,013
-6
-72

-12,011
-37
-6
-58
-1


...... -31,684 -30,419

...... -42,138 -37,599
...... -4,424 -3,517


-1,740
-30
-517
-11231


-1,081
-27
-564
-104 643


...... 206 -206 ...... 4,168 -4,168 ...... 4,161 -4,161
...... 482 -82 ...... 5,158 -5,158 ..... ...... .....
...... 361 -361 ...... 1,155 -1,155 ...... 11,006 -11,006

-4,879 648 -5,528 -141,636 10,484 -152,120 -132,820 15,172 -147,992

140,677 17,770 122,907 1,701,715 193,058 1,508,658 1,682,256 2068,178 1,476,079

105,600 13,045 92,555 1,364,422 137,552 1,226,870 1,350,547 151,663 1,198,884

35,077 4,725 30,353 337,293 55,505 281,788 331,709 54,514 277,195

-11,166 +31,816 -71,896

-13,420 -70,986 -150,767


+2,254


+102,802


MEMORANDUM


Receipts offset against outlays
Current


Proprietary receipts ................... .................
Intrabudgetary transactions ................ ...........
Governmental receipts ....... ............. ............
Total receipts offset against outlays ................ ..............

'Includes prior period adjustment. 'Rep
'lndudes FICA and SECA tax credits, non-contributory military service credits, special benefits ... N
for the aged, and credit for unnegotiated OASI benefit checks. (* *)
*The Postal Service accounting is composed of thirteen 28-day periods. To conform to the Note
MTS calendar-month reporting basis used by all other Federal Agencies, the MTS reflects USPS
results through August 14th and estimates for $1,033 million through August 31st.


Fiscal Year Comparable Period
to Date Prior Fiscal Year
55,301 50,732
236,714 225,703
3,784 13,845
295,798 290,280

resents proceeds from the sale of Alaska Power Administration.
o Transactions.
Less than $500,000.
: Details may not add to totals due to rounding.


...... -9,743
...... -2,177


-3,706


-667


...... -64
...... -466
-1,389


-12,011
-37
-6
-58
-1


...... -30,419

-37,599
...... -3,517

...... -1,081
...... -27
...... -564
-1 f0443


[$ millions]


+78,871






Table 6. Means of Financing the Deficit or Disposition of Surplus by the U.S. Government, August 1998 and Other Periods
[$ millions]
Net Transactions Account Balances
Assets and Liabilities (-denotes nt reduction of either Current Fiscal Year
Directly Related to liaMbility or asset accounts
Budget Off-budget Activity Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of Close of
ThisThis month
This Year Prior Year This Year This Month


Liability accounts:
Borrowing from the public:
Public debt securities, issued under general Financing authorities:
Obligations of the United States, issued by:
United States Treasury ... .................. .......
Federal Financing Bank ......................................
Total, public debt securities ......................................
Plus premium on public debt securities .....................
Less discount on public debt securities ................. ....
Total public debt securities net of Premium and
discount ....... ................ .. ......
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) .................... ....... .. ................
Less discount on federal securities held as investments of
government accounts ...................... .............
Net federal securities held as investments of government
accounts ...................... .. ..............
Total borrowing from the public ........................
Accrued interest payable to the public ................. ............
Allocations of special drawing rights ........ ........ ................
Deposit funds ........................... ..... ............. ..... .....
Miscellaneous liability accounts (includes checks outstanding etc.) ......
Total liability accounts ...........................................
Asset accounts (deduct)
Cash and monetary assets:
U.S. Treasury operating cash:'
Federal Reserve account .......................................
Tax and loan note accounts ..............................................
Balance ............................. .... .....
Special drawing rights:
Total holdings ................... ...................
SDR certificates issued to Federal Reserve Banks ................
Balance ........................................
Reserve position on the U.S. quota in the IMF:
U.S. subscription to International Monetary Fund:
Direct quota payments ..............................................
Maintenance of value adjustments .............................
Letter of credit issued to IMF .................. ...............
Dollar deposits with the IMF ......................................
Receivable/Payable (-) for interim maintenance of value
adjustments ................................... .. ... .
Balance ............... .. .....................
Loans to International Monetary Fund ..............................
Other cash and monetary assets ...........................
Total cash and monetary assets .......... ................
Net Activity, Guaranteed Loan Financing .............................
Net Activity, Direct Loan Financing ..........................
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 and off-budget federal entities
(financing of deficit (+) or disposition of
surplus (-)) ............................................


36,815


151,407


179,610 5,398,146 5.512.738 5,549,553
..... 15,000 15,000 15.000


36,815 151,407 179,610 5,413,146 5,527,738 5,564,553
165 665 56 1,553 2,053 2,218
-525 1,442 -683 78,187 80,154 79,629

37,506 150,630 180,349 5,336,514 5,449,638 5,487,143

-487 -3,562 -1,536 33,187 30,111 29.625
37,019 147,068 178,813 5,369,700 5,479,749 5.516.768


2,789 155,495 123,797 1,605,559 1,758,265 1,761,054

-241 3,790 1,473 7,000 11,031 10,790

3,030 151,705 122,324 1,598,559 1,747,234 1,750,264
33,989 -4,637 56,489 3,771,141 3,732,515 3,766,504
-16,708 -9,436 -2,469 46,083 53,355 36,647
1 -174 -371 6,689 6,514 6.515
-546 -675 460 6,800 6,670 6,125
-2,223 -2,538 141 1,925 1,610 -614
14,513 -17,461 54,249 3,832,638 3,800,664 3,815,177



2,057 -987 -3,000 7,692 4,648 6,704
-1,695 -6,207 -29,149 35,930 31,417 29,722
362 -7,195 -32,149 43,621 36,065 36,427

213 -198 -192 9,997 9,586 9,799
..... ...... 518 -9,200 -9,200 -9.200
213 -198 326 797 386 599


...... ...... ...... 31,762 31,762 31,762
338 -610 -2,011 4,453 3,505 3,843
452 7,177 681 -22,087 -15,362 -14,911
1 5 -2 -91 -87 -86

-416 62 -134 9 486 70
375 6,633 -1,465 14,045 20,303 20,678
2 484 ...... () 483 484
-24 4,703 -205 22,908 27,635 27.611
928 4,428 -33,493 81,372 84,872 85,800
-115 1,676 597 -13,905 -12,114 -12,229
1,484 10,134 17,281 53,816 62,466 63,950
1,051 -1,530 -1,875 -1,891 -4,473 -3,421
3,348 14,707 -17,490 119,393 130,751 134,099
+11,165 -32,168 +71,739 +3,713,246 +3,669,913 +3,681,078

1 351 157 ...... 350 351


+11,166 -31,816 +71,896 +3,713,246 +3,670,263 +3,681,429


'Major sources of information used to determine Treasury's operating cash income include
Federal Reserve Banks, the Treasury Regional Finance Centers, the Internal Revenue Service
Centers, the Bureau of the Public Debt and various electronic systems. Deposits are reflected as
received and withdrawals are reflected as processed.


... No Transactions.
(* *) Less than $500,000.
Note: Details may not add to totals due to rounding.






Table 6. Schedule A-Analysis of Change in Excess of Liabilities of the U.S. Government, August 1998 and
Other Periods
[$ millions]
Fiscal Year to Date
Classification This Month
This Year Prior Year

Excess of liabilities beginning of period:
Based on composition of unified budget in preceding period ....... 3,669,913 3,713,893 3,691,636
Adjustments during current fiscal year for changes in composition
of unified budget:
Revisions by federal agencies to the prior budget results ...... ...... -647 120
Excess of liabilities beginning of period (current basis) ............... 3,669,913 3,713,246 3,691,755
Budget surplus (-) or deficit:
Based on composition of unified budget in prior fiscal year ........ 11,166 -31,816 71,896
Changes in composition of unified budget .................................. ...........
Total surplus (-) or deficit (Table 2) .............................. 11,166 -31,816 71,896
Total-on-budget (Table 2) ............................................ 13,420 70,986 150,767
Total-off-budget (Table 2) .......... ........................ -2,254 -102,802 -78,871
Transactions not applied to current year's surplus or deficit:
Seigniorage ....................................... ... ...... ...... -344 -150
Profit on sale of gold ......... ............................... -1 -7 -7
Total-transactions not applied to current year's surplus or
deficit .............................. .. ... -1 -351 -157
Excess of liabilities close of period ................................... 3,681,078 3,681,078 3,763,494




Table 6. Schedule B-Securities Issued by Federal Agencies Under Special Financing Authorities, August 1998 and
Other Periods
[$ millions]
Net Transactions
Not 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 of the United States ................... ............. .......... ( ) (*) ( )
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation:
FSLIC resolution fund ................... .............. ... ...... -32 -32 95 63 63
Obligations guaranteed by the United States, issued by:
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Federal Housing Administration .......... ........................ -1 87 -37 68 156 155
Department of the Interior:
Bureau of Land Management ........ ........ ............... ...... .... ...... 13 13 13
Department of Transportation:
Coast Guard:
Family Housing mortgages ................... ........................ ...... .. ( ) (* ) ("
Obligations not guaranteed by the United States, issued by:
Legislative Branch:
Architect of the Capitol ......................... .............. -7 -3 -3 179 183 176
Independent agencies:
Farm Credit System Financial Assistance Corporation ................ ...... ..... .... 1,261 1,261 1,261
National Archives and Records Administration ........................ -2 -5 -2 286 284 281
Postal Service ..................... .......... ... ...... -2,731 -258 3,898 1,167 1,167
Tennessee Valley Authority .......... ............. ............ -476 -879 -1,205 27,386 26,984 26,507
Total, agency securities ........................................... -487 -3,562 -1,536 33,187 30,111 29,625

... No Transactions.
(' *) Less than $500,000.
Note: Details may not add to totals due to rounding.





Table 6. Schedule C (Memorandum)-Federal Agency Borrowing Financed Through the Issue of Public Debt Securities,
August 1998 and Other Periods
[$ millions]
Account Balances
Transactions
Current Fiscal Year
Classification
Fiscal Year to Date Beginning oflose of
This Month
ThismontlL
This Year Prior Year This Year This Month


Borrowing from the Treasury:
Department of Agriculture:
Farm Service Agency:
Commodity Credit Corporation ..................... ...............
Agricultural credit insurance fund ...................................
Natural Resources Conservation Service .........................
Rural Utilities Service:
Rural water and waste disposal fund ............................
Rural communication development fund ............................
Rural electrification and telecommunications fund ...................
Rural telephone bank ........................ .......
Rural development insurance fund ..............................
Rural Housing Service:
Rural community facility loans fund ...............................
Rural housing insurance ........................................
Self-help housing land development fund ........................
Rural Business Cooperative Service:
Rural business and industry loans .................................
Rural development loan fund ...................................
Rural economic development loan fund .........................
Foreign Agricultural Service ..... ......... ...................
Department of Commerce:
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration:
Fisheries finance ................................... .... ..
Fishing vessel obligations .......... ..................
Department of Education:
Federal direct student loan program ................. ...........
Federal family education loan program ............................
College housing and academic facilities loans .................
Department of Energy:
Bonneville Power Administration fund ............. ...........
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Housing Programs:
Federal Housing Administration ......... ...... ..................
Housing for the elderly and handicapped ........................
Public and Indian housing:
Low-rent public housing .....................................
Department of Interior:
Bureau of Reclamation loan fund ................. ..............
Helium fund .......................................
Bureau of Indian Affairs ......................................
Department of Justice:
Federal Prison Industries, Incorporated .............................
Department of State:
Repatriation loans ................................ ..... ........... ..
Department of Transportation:
Minority business resource center fund .............................
Federal Aviation Administration:
Aircraft purchase loan guarantee program .......................
Federal Railroad Administration:
Alameda corridor project ......................................
Railroad rehabilitation and improvement loan fund .................
Other ................... ....... .............
Department of Treasury:
Community development financial institutions fund ...................
Federal Financing Bank revolving fund .................... ......
Department of Veterans Affairs:
Guaranty and indemnity fund .......... ...... .....................
Loan guaranty revolving fund .......... ...... .....................
Direct loan revolving fund ...... .......... ....................
Native American veteran housing fund .............................
Vocational rehabilitation loan fund ........ ....... .................
Corps of Engineers:
Washington aqueduct ............. ...........................
Environmental Protection Agency:
Abatement, control, and compliance loan program .....................
Federal Emergency Management Agency:
National insurance development fund ....................................
Disaster assistance loan fund .................. ...................


717





32
-2


6





6
-1


-212


7,060
845


1,568

532
-4
-1,375

428
946


15
15
9



30
8

13,669



-7


1,475
-881

37

11

(* *)


(*)


1
-7,547


445
-617
(*V
-4
2


-395
20


3,890
776


525

413
39
-30

130
351
(*V

1
32




25


11,122

6


7,748
2,066
4

990
25
8,982
477
2,451

202
6,474
( *)

9
110
38
670


25
2

22,713
354
465


43 2,499


-735


4
-13,421

1,152
758

11
1


3,639
6,174


4
34,944

1,652
2,028
(*V
23
1


291


14,091
2,911
4

2,557
25
9,483
475
1,076

630
7,420
( *)


36,382
354
465

2,441


5,114
5,293


14,808
2,911
4

2,557
25
9,515
473
1,076

630
7,420
(**)


36,382
354
465

2,492


5,114
5,293


120

(*)

5
27.398

2,097
1,411
(* I
19
3


120

(*)


5
27,610

2,097
1,411
(* *)
19
3






Table 6. Schedule C (Memorandum)-Federal Agency Borrowing Financed Through the Issue of Public Debt Securities,
August 1998 and Other Periods-Continued
[$ millions]


Borrowing from the Treasury:-Continued
General Services Administration:
Land acquisition and development fund .............................
International Assistance Program:
International Security Assistance:
Foreign military loan program ...................................
Military debt reduction ....................................
Agency for International Development:
International debt reduction ......... ..................
Housing and other credit guaranty programs ......................
Microenterprise and small enterprise development ..................
Overseas Private Investment Corporation ............... ....
Small Business Administration:
Business loan fund ..............
Disaster loan fund ...............
Independent agencies:
District of Columbia .................. .... .. .... ... .............
Export-import Bank of the United States ..........................
Federal Communications Commission: ....................
Spectrum auction loan fund .......... .... ......................
Railroad Retirement Board:
Rail industry pension fund ................................
Social Security equivalent benefit account .........................
Smithsonian Institution:
John F. Kennedy Center parking facilities .......................
Tennessee Valley Authority ........................................
Total agency borrowing from the Treasury
financed through public debt securities issued .................
Borrowing from the Federal Financing Bank:
Department of Agriculture:
Rural Utilities Service:
Rural electrification and telecommunications fund ............
Rural development insurance fund ..............................
Rural Housing Service:
Rural housing insurance fund ......... ..................
Department of Defense:
Department of Navy .................................
Defense agencies ...................................... ......
Department of Education:
Historically Black college and university capital
financing fund ....................................... ........
Department of Health and Human Services:
Medical facilities guarantee and loan fund ..........................
Health maintenance organization loan and
loan guarantee fund ................................
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Low rent housing loans and other expenses ..................
Community development grants ........................................
Department of Interior:
Assistance to territories ............ .. .............................
Department of Transportation:
Railroad rehabilitation and improvement loan fund ...................
General Services Administration:
Federal buildings fund ...............................
Pennsylvania avenue activities ................ ....................
International Assistance Program:
Foreign military financing program ............... ...................
Small Business Administration:
Business loan fund ....... ........................
Independent agencies:
Export-Import Bank of the United States ............................
FSLIC resolution fund:
Resolution Trust Corporation closeout ............ ...............
Postal Service ............... .................................... ...
Total borrowing from the Federal Financing Bank ...............


253


311
4


-25

(* ')

8
145

-223
803

510


-312


317
3



V
(* *)
11


1,408
3

234
110
2
85


53 391
542 9,015


-156
405

6,541


-252


223
3,140

7,120

2,128
2,911


1,718
7


399
9,160


3,943

7,631

2,128
2,345


1,718
7


399
9,160


3,943

7,631

2,128
2,598


851 17,436 12,953 133,301 149,886 150,737



21 -535 -1,834 19,418 18,863 18,884
...... ...... ...... 3,675 3,675 3,675

-415 -3,775 -4,805 13,530 10,170 9,755

..... ...... 1,624 1,624 1,624
...... -83 -75 -316 -399 -399


2 4 ( ) 1 3 5

...... -6 -6 13 7 7

-1 -2 4 3 3

...... -70 -65 1,561 1,491 1,491
-2 -5 -3 36 32 30

...... -1 -1 19 17 17

... () -9 4 4 4

2 -33 -57 1,794 1,759 1,761
4 83 140 626 705 709

-34 -203 -181 3,048 2,879 2,845

-3 -39 -41 275 239 236

...... -1,295 -496 1,295

-287 -1,375 -4,488 1,375 287
500 -214 -1,500 1,964 1,250 1,750
-212 -7,547 -13,421 49,945 42,610 42,398


Note: This table includes lending by the Federal Financing Bank accomplished by the purchase
of agency financial assets, by the acquisition of agency debt securities, and by direct loans on
behalf of an agency. 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.


... No Transactions.
(' *) Less than $500,000.
Note: Details may not add to totals due to rounding.






Table 6. Schedule D-Investments of Federal Government Accounts in Federal Securities, August 1998 and
Other Periods
[$ millions]
Securities Held as investments
Net Purchases or Sales (-)
Current Fiscal Year
Classification
Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of C e of
This MonthThis onth
This month
This Year Prior Year This Year This Month


Federal funds:
Department of Agriculture ....... ......... ......................
Department of Commerce ...............................
Department of Defense-Military:
Defense cooperation account ...... ................ .....
Department of Energy ........................... ............
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Housing Programs:
Federal Housing Administration fund .........................
Government National Mortgage Association:
Guarantees of mortgage-backed securities .........................
Other ...........................................
Department of the Interior ........................................
Department of Labor ............... ...... ...... .......
Department of Transportation ........... ..... .......................
Department of the Treasury ................. ..............
Department of Veterans Affairs:
Canteen service revolving fund ..... ........... ...............
Veterans reopened insurance fund .................. ...........
Servicemen's group life insurance fund ..........................
Independent agencies:
Export-Import Bank of the United States ..........................
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation:
Bank insurance fund ....... ......... .......................
Savings association insurance fund ................ ........
FSLIC resolution fund ......................................
National Credit Union Administration ...........................
Postal Service ................. .......... ..................
Tennessee Valley Authority ............... ....................
Other ................................... ...
Other ........................... ................ ..
Total public debt securities .... ................ .......

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

Trust funds:
Legislative Branch:
Library of Congress .......... ........ ......
United States Tax Court ....................................
Other ...................................... .....
Judicial Branch:
Judicial retirement funds ................ .....................
Department of Agriculture ...............................
Department of Commerce ...........................................
Department of Defense-Military:
Voluntary separation incentive fund ....................................
Other ......................................... ..


(**)


463


809

93

102
106

78

-1
-3


5
-6

(* *)
5,347


2,380

618
1
201
722
-3
616


-1
(* *)


21 -490


181
56
-87
9
918

12
82


1,131
409
210
201
539

215
432


9
12

1
1,347


4,034

567
47
237
859
18
3,654

-7
(* *)
(* *)

417

4,015
4,544
1,032
173
1,803
-699
222
435


9
23

1
7,129


13,475

5,382
168
3,876
7,835
145
15,875

38
521
4

954

26,329
9,265
1,806
3,695
860

2,092
3,851


1
12,012


15,046

5,906
169
3,975
8,451
142
16,413


27,279
9,617
2,103
3,887
481

2,295
4,201


1
12,475


15,855

5,999
169
4,077
8,557
142
16,491


27,460
9,673
2,017
3,895
1,399

2,308
4,283


2,840 12,526 22,721 103,333 113,019 115,859

2,840 12,526 22,721 103,333 113,019 115,859


-1
(**)


6
-1


7
-2


10
(* *)
1

48
10


47
-1


19
6
34

353
7


862
66


395
17


401
17






Table 6. Schedule D-Investments of Federal Government Accounts in Federal Securities, August 1998 and
Other Periods-Continued
[$ millions]
Nt Purchases or Sales Securities Held as investments
Net Purchases or Sales (u-) u FiscalY
Current Fiscal Year
Classification
Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of Close of
hiThis month
This Year Prior Year This Year This Month

Trust Funds-Continued
Department of Health and Human Services:
Federal hospital insurance trust fund ................................. -2,284 331 -10,452 116,621 119,236 116,952
Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund ................... 3,495 5,114 5,926 34,464 36,083 39,578
Other ............................ .. ..... 10 46 157 1,270 1,306 1,315
Department of the Interior .................................. -35 -83 8 422 374 339
Department of Justice ................................................... 94 63 ...... 94 94
Department of Labor:
Unemployment trust fund ....................... .. ........... 2,451 10,221 9,443 61,923 69,693 72,144
Other .................................... .... 12 -35 -42 67 20 32
Department of State:
Foreign Service retirement and disability fund ......................... 51 607 613 8,978 9,534 9,585
Other ..................................... ( *) -6 7 9 3 3
Department of Transportation:
Airport and airway trust fund .................................. -110 3,274 -740 6,360 9,745 9,635
Highway trust fund ....................................... -2,906 5,324 1,676 22,341 30,570 27,665
Other ................................ ...... 38 32 129 2,111 2,106 2,143
Department of Treasury ............................ ...... ..... 87 63 49 273 249 336
Department of Veterans Affairs:
General post fund, national homes .......................... ...... 12 12 4 37 36 48
National service life insurance ..................... .............. -77 85 109 12,023 12,185 12,108
United States government life insurance fund ......................... -1 -5 -6 92 88 87
Veterans special life insurance fund ............................... -8 32 42 1,610 1,650 1,642
Corps of Engineers ........... ................................. 47 168 305 1,479 1,601 1,647
Other Defense Civil Programs:
Military retirement fund ...................................... -533 9,368 10,668 126,022 135,923 135,390
Other .............................. .. ..... 15 39 52 640 664 679
Environmental Protection Agency ......... ......................... -24 -539 -299 6,977 6,462 6,438
Federal Emergency Management Agency ................................. .... ...... 1 1 1
National Aeronautics and Space Administration ......................... ( 1 (* *) 16 17 17
Office of Personnel Management:
Civil service retirement and disability fund:
Public debt securities ...................... ............... -2,348 9,414 6,296 414,404 426,165 423,818
Agency securities ................................. ............... ...... -2,731 -258 7,098 4,367 4,367
Employees life insurance fund ...................................... 267 1,338 923 18,038 19,109 19,376
Employees and retired employees health benefits fund ................ -184 -818 -1,360 6,787 6,153 5,969
Social Security Administration:
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund .................... 1,238 85,571 63,147 567,445 651,777 653,016
Federal disability insurance trust fund ................................ 423 13,324 12,399 63,562 76,462 76,886
Independent agencies:
Harry S. Truman Memorial Scholarship trust fund ..................... 1 1 1 55 55 56
Japan-United States Friendship Commission .......................... ( ) ( ) ( ) 16 16 16
Railroad Retirement Board ....................... ............. 299 2,484 2,043 19,239 21,424 21,723
Other ......................................................... 3 129 37 498 625 628
Total public debt securities ....................................... -51 145,700 101,334 1,495,128 1,640,879 1,640,828
Total agency securities ........................ ................ ...... -2,731 -258 7,098 4,367 4,367
Total trust funds ............................................... -51 142,969 101,076 1,502,226 1,645,246 1,645,195

Grand total ........................................ 2,789 155,495 123,797 1,605,559 1,758,265 1,761,054


Note: Investments are in public debt securities unless otherwise noted.
Note: Details may not add to totals due to rounding.


... No Transactions.
(' ) Less than $500,000.






Table 6. Schedule E-Net Activity, Guaranteed and Direct Loan Financing, August 1998 and Other Periods
[$ mlllions]

Net Tranactions Balances
(-) denotes net reduction of current Fical Year
asset accounts
Classification
Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of C of
This Month This month
This Year Prior Year This Year This Month


Guaranteed Loan Financing Activity:
Department of Agriculture:
Farm Service Agency:
Commodity Credit Corporation export fund .........................
Agricultural credit insurance fund ......................
Rural Utilities Service:
Rural water and waste disposal fund ...............................
Rural Housing Service:
Rural community facility loans ................ ...............
Rural housing insurance fund ...................................
Rural Business-Cooperative Service:
Rural business and industry loans .....................................
Department of Commerce:
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration:
Fishing vessel obligations ....................... .....
Department of Defense-Military. ...........................
Department of Education:
Office of Postsecondary Education:
Federal family education loans .........................................
Department of Health and Human Services:
Health Resources and Services Administration:
Health education assistance loans ................. ........ ......
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Public and Indian Housing Programs:
Indian housing loans ...............................................
Community Planning and Development:
Community development loans .................. .............
Housing Programs:
FHA-Mutual mortgage insurance loans ................................
FHA-General and special risk fund ...............................
Government National Mortgage Association:
Guarantees of mortgaged-backed securities .......................
Department of the Interior:
Bureau of Indian Affairs ....... ........... ............ ......
Department of Transportation:
Maritime Administration .......................... ......
Department of Veterans Affairs:
Veterans Benefits Administration:
Guaranty and indemnity fund ............ .............. ............
Loan guaranty revolving fund ..............................
International Assistance Program:
Agency for International Development:
Ukraine export credit insurance fund .............................
Loan guarantees to Israel ........................................
Urban and environmental credit guaranteed loans ..................
Microenterprise and small enterprise development .............
Overseas Private Investment Corporation ..............................
Small Business Administration:
Business loan fund ............................ .........................
Independent agencies:
Export-import Bank of the United States .............................
Net Activity, Guaranteed Loan Financing .........................

Direct Loan Financing Activity:
Department of Agriculture:
Farm Service Agency:
Agricultural credit insurance fund .................. ....
Natural Resources Conservation Service:
Agricultural resource conservation demonstration program ..........
Rural Utilities Service:
Rural water and waste disposal loans ................................
Rural electrification and telecommunications fund ...................
Rural telephone bank ..................... ...............
Rural development insurance fund .............................
Rural Housing Service:
Rural community facility loans fund .................................
Rural housing insurance fund ............ ...... ........
Self-help housing land development fund ...........................


-27
2

(* *)

(* *)
(* *)




1
(* *)


-341


21


(* *)

-1

352
-57

-2

(* *)

-1


10





(* )
(* *)
-4

-17


-362
13



(* 1*)
-3

-8


11
(* *)


1,002


-15


-2

-4

2.023
213

-33

-1

-13


-148




-89
-2
-1
-73

-149


-254
17

("V)

(* )
-10

-10


1



1,038


-16


-1

-2

457
-137


-159
-169

-24

-2
-71

-17


-3



-7,957


-251


-2

-2

2,903
140


-24 -155


-18

-184


-3,150
-1


-26
-397
-37
-2
-182

-1,313


-51 -684 -933 -2,825 -3,458 -3,509
-115 1,676 597 -13,905 -12,114 -12,229


41
55
3


4
56


309
627
8


66
229
(* *)


110

2

424
590
-12


103
225
(* *)


1,798

-5

1,005
3,774
143
1,065

214
6,313
(*


-494
-158


6



-6,614


-287


4,573
410

-186

-19

-196


-3,308
-1


-26
-486
-39
-3
-251

-1.446


-521
-156


8



-6,955


-266


4,925
353

-188

-19

-197


-3,298
-1


-26
-486
-39
-3
-255


-1,462


1,954

-3

1,274
4,345
148
1,065

276
6,486
(* I


1,963

-3

1,315
4,400
152
1,065

281
6.542
(* )






Table 6. Schedule E-Net Activity, Guaranteed and Direct Loan Financing, August 1998 and Other Periods-Continued


Classification


Direct Loan Financing Activity:-Continued
Department of Agriculture:-Continued
Rural Business-Cooperative Service:
Rural business and industry loan fund ................ ............
Rural development loan fund .......... ..... .....................
Rural economic development loan fund ...........................
Foreign Agricultural Service:
P.L. 480 direct loan fund ........... .... .........................
International debt reduction ..... ........... ................
P.L. 480, title 1, Food for progress credits ................
Department of Commerce:
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration:
Fisheries finance ............. ...........................
Department of Education:
Office of Postsecondary Education:
Federal direct student loan program .............................
College housing and academic facilities loans ......................
Historically Black college and university capital financing fund .......
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Housing Programs:
FHA-Mutual mortgage insurance loans ......... ........... .. ......
FHA-General and special risk fund ................................
Department of the Interior:
Bureau of Reclamation ....................................
Bureau of Indian Affairs ......................................
Department of State:
Administration of Foreign Affairs:
Repatriation loans ..................... .......... ......
Department of Transportation:
Office of the Secretary:
Minority business resource center .................................
Federal Highway Administration:
High priority corridors loan fund ......... ...... ..................
Federal Railroad Administration:
Alameda corridor project .........................
Railroad rehabilitation and improvement loan fund ..................
Amtrak corridor improvement loans .................................
Department of the Treasury:
Departmental Offices:
Community development financial institutions fund ..................
Financial Management Service ................ .....................
Department of Veterans Affairs:
Veterans Benefits Administration:
Guaranty and indemnity fund ......... .................
Loan guaranty fund ........ ...... ..........................
Direct loan fund ......................... ..
Native American veteran housing fund ...............................
Vocational rehabilitation loan fund .... ...................
Environmental Protection Agency:
Abatement, control, and compliance loan program ....................
Federal Emergency Management Agency:
Disaster assistance loan fund ..................
International Assistance Program:
International Security Assistance:
Foreign military loan program ..........................................
Military debt reduction .......................................
Agency for International Development:
International debt reduction ......................................
Microenterprise and small enterprise development ....................
Overseas Private Investment Corporation ..............................
Small Business Administration:
Business loan fund ...................
Disaster loan fund ....................
Independent agencies:
District of Columbia ...................... ..........................
Export-Import Bank of the United States ............... ......
Federal Communications Commission:
Spectrum auction loan fund ............... .....................
Net Activity, Direct Loan Financing .................................


1
1
1

2




3


1,191
(* *)
2


(* *)
(* *)

4
(* *)


(* *)


1


(* *)



126


(V
(* I

(* *)




_-4
-1



(* I


-1
-30


20

-4


1,484


15
13
5

11
( *)
-15


14


7,870
3
4


-1
( *)

9
-2





1




(*
(* *)


(* *)



-283



(* *)

-5

-2


-5
3

-8
(* *)
-28

-7
14

-223
942


1
15
3

8
(* *)
-15


(* I


7,850
2
(* *)


-1
(* *)

11
-2





-1

-24



-3


3



218
74
(* *)
1
(C *)

-4

-37


268
(* *)

-8
1
6

(* *)
344

-156
783


404 6,500


10,134


17,281


Note: Federal credit programs provide benefits to the public in the form of direct loans and loan
guarantees. This table reflects cash transactions and balances of the nonbudgetary financing fund
accounts that result from the disbursement of loans, collection of fees, repayment of principle, sale
of collateral, Interest, and subsidy received from the credit program accounts at net present value
in accordance with the Credit Reform Act of 1990. Unreimbursed costs such as administrative


expenses and subsidy payments are reported on a cash basis and included within each program's
budgetary totals in Table 5.
... No Transactions.
(* *) Less than $500,000.
Note: Details may not add to totals due to rounding.


28,581
16
3


29,772
16
5


3
84
32

336
41
186





21.902
13
1


1
(* *)

44
26


-2


5

-3

120
2
-1


3
(* *)


663
555
(* )
14
1

38

56


1,278
3

186
2
70

97
4,019

223
2,402

7,110


53,816


1,273
7


91
4,062


3,324

7,519


62,466


1,272
6


90
4,033


3,344

7,514


63,950






Table 7. Receipts and Outlays of the U.S. Government by Month, Fiscal Year 1998
[$ millions]

Fiscal corn-
Year Parable
Classification Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. March April May June July Aug. Sept. To Period
AD.t PrF.Y.
_Dae F.Y.


Receipts:
Individual income taxes
Corporation income taxes ....
Social insurance and retirement receipts
Employment and general retirement
Unemployment insurance
Other retirement
Excise taxes
Estate and gift taxes
Customs duties
Miscellaneous receipts
Total-Receipts this year .........
(On-budget) ......................

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

Total-Receipts prior year .........

(On budget) ..........................

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

Outlays
Legislative Branch .......................
Judicial Branch ............... .........
Department of Agriculture:
Commodity Credit Corporation and
Foreign Agricultural Service .......
Other ...........................
Department of Commerce .............
Department of Defense:
Military:
Military Personnel ...................
Operation and Maintenance ........
Procurement ......................
Research, Development, Test, and
Evaluation ...... ...............
Military Construction ..............
Family Housing ...................
Revolving and Management
funds .................. ...........
Other ...............................
Total Military .................
Department of Education ..............
Department of Energy .................
Department of Health and Human
Services:
Public Health Service ...............
Health Care Financing Administration:
Grants to States for Medicaid .....
Federal hospital ins. trust fund ....
Federal supp. med. ins. trust
fund ................ .............
Other .................. ............
Administration for Children and
Families .............................
Other ....................... ........ .
Department of Housing and Urban
Development ...........................
Department of the Interior ..............
Department of Justice ...................
Department of Labor:
Unemployment trust fund .............
Other .............................
Department of State ..................
Department of Transportation:
Highway trust fund ...............
Other ... ......................
Department of the Treasury:
Interest on the public debt ...........
Other .............................
Department of Veterans Affairs:
Compensation and pensions ..........
National service life .................
United States Government Life .......
Other ................... ...........


60.680
3.254

36.928
1.443
414
5.090
2.198
1.802
3.089


46.596
3.913

39 629
2526
334
5204
1 510
1 323
2.447


69 060
44.037

44.297
425
427
5.176
1.498
1.416
1.663


95.798
4.407

50.395
1.036
333
4.683
1.808
1.387
2,764


42.209
829

41.825
2.589
335
4.796
1.500
1.454
2.414


39.662
19.491

47 389
301
337
4.499
1.845
1.412
2.994


158.284
27.361

56.544
4.589
332
5,742
4.198
1.428
2.525


29.974
3,259

42.560
8.273
406
4.841
1.845
1.297
2.823


81,587
39.785

54.807
292
369
5.370
1.775
1.568
2.307


58.969
4.072

41.130
2.301
385
6,127
1.825
1.777
3,135


55,300
1.468

41,973
3.502
331
3.181
1.718
1,732
2.535


738.119
151,877

497.476
27.278
4.002
54.708
21.720
16.596
28.698


659.267
144.956

459.737
27.956
4.077
51.206
17.996
16.337
22,651


114,898 103,481 168,000 162.610 97,952 117,930 261,002 95,278 187,860 119,723 111.741 1,540,474 ......

87,082 73,689 135,343 123,368 65.051 80,647 216,988 61,791 144,972 87,819 79,134 1,155,884 ......

27,816 29,792 32,657 39.243 32,900 37,283 44,014 33,488 42,888 31,903 32,606 384,590 ......

99656 9850 14 488 150I.718 91'93 1080'4 228.588 94.493 I'.361 109.1'S 103.483 1.404.181
'3644 "'0019 119.52' 113841 59 6'3 '3.844 18' 99" 63146 135.922 '9.600 '0.902 1.048.116
26 012 2" 8.1 1 28 6 36" .0)5.8 0 2 34.230 40 .591 31 34' '.439 29,5'8 32.580 356.066


373 213 210 191 188 179 194 172 215 191 132 2.259 2.186
299 363 185 223 372 240 230 283 239 422 304 3.161 3.007


2.670 1.471 2.492 1.997 -164 -103 -36 -634 -84 -234 1.225 8.600 4.864
3.607 3.097 3.518 3758 3.624 3.918 3.314 3.340 4.046 3.628 3.341 39.192 41.443
294 324 419 224 319 281 296 291 439 389 369 ___ 3.645 3.435



8,246 3.319 7.564 5.561 5.650 3.366 5.664 5.836 5.965 8.436 3.503 63.112 66.271
7,477 6.280 7921 7.225 7.134 8.263 8.450 7.722 7,299 7.978 7.257 83.007 83.054
3.749 3173 5315 3.438 3.522 4.495 4.000 3.853 3.601 4.171 3.690 43,006 43.160

3.764 2400 3.735 2.835 2.390 3,668 2.738 3.522 2,912 3.207 2,607 33.777 33.541
575 649 494 532 425 419 453 417 439 483 512 5,397 5.615
304 266 300 282 290 305 330 301 322 339 418 3,457 3,578

804 -142 558 76 87 -854 -740 827 614 8 -201 1.039 2.886
383 783 -100 -107 -39 -352 -64 -289 -12 -55 -381 -234 47
25.302 16,729 25,787 19.842 19.459 19.310 20.832 22.189 21,140 24.566 17.405 232.561 238.151


2.369 2.933 2.752 3.142 4.799 1.183 2.403 1.197 2.281 1.836 2,859
1.249 1.113 1.399 1,155 997 1.070 1.283 1.144 1.257 1.363 1.038


1.870

9.443
12.990

7.599
5.096

2,267
-6.532

3.535
625
1.110

1.677
727
457

2.159
1.755

21,771
933

3.160
73
1
2,025


1.834

7.445
8.972

5.030
5,038

2.870
-6.568

1.707
465
1.220

1.435
580
206

1,575
1.438

26.407
631

90
71
1
1,686


1.960

8715
13.472

7.716
5.310

2807
-6.929

2.116
952
1.543

1.995
105
879

1.667
2.036

67.795
1.496

3.204
75
1
1,640


2.127

8.536
10.764

6.622
6.542

2.822
-8.127

3.205
535
1.263

2.439
419
332

1.254
1.529

21.176
748

1.666
81
1
1,575


1.863

7.631
11.167

6.046
4.801

2.860
-6.478

1.904
591
1.423

2.174
239
368

1.204
1.540

21.609
10,591

1.718
81
1
1,576


1.825

8.421
10.513

5.575
5,219

3.162
-7.126

1.926
544
1.320

2.411
302
370

1.338
1,610

21,781
6.857

154
106
1
1,608


2.021

8.893
12.127

6.567
7.076

2.837
-8.760

2.702
527
1.245

2.095
740
391

1.351
1.368

21.212
3.118

1.734
91
1
2,216


1.984 2.190

7.872 8.967
10.693 10.962

6.346 6.837
5.015 5.780

2,289 2.729
-6.472 -7.450

2.242 2.599
399 531
1.263 1.664

1.694 1.811
697 774
308 229

1.539 1.656
1,429 1.739

27 448 68.937
1.166 1.255

1.700 1.713
83 72
1 1
1,812 1,568


2.002 1,962

8.467 8,124
14.479 9,324

6.541 5.152
5.076 5,058

2.846 2.419
-6.931 -6.639

3.056 1.242
762 523
1.569 1.473

2.032 1.884
775 770
419 256

1,994 1,951
1.611 1.499

20.832 23.977
1.407 203

3.282 155
77 87
1 1
1,606 1,514


27,754 26.152
13.069 13,153


21.638

92,515
125.463

70.029
60.011

29,907
-78.011

26.235
6.453
15.092

21.647
6.128
4,215

17.688
17,555

342.945
28,405

18.576
896
11
18,826


20.589

86.625
127.504

67,430
59,201

28,080
-76.410

27,411
6,004
13.348

22,603
5.777
4.828

18.401
17,597

334.922
26.398

19.265
895
12
17.280






Table 7. Receipts and Outlays of the U.S. Government by Month, Fiscal Year 1998-Continued
[$ millions]

Fiscal Com-
Year parable
Classification Oct. Nov. Dec. Jan. Feb. March April May June July Aug. Sept. Year Period
Date Pr
F.Y.


Outlays-Continued
Corps of Engineers ....................
Other Defense Civil Programs ..........
Environmental protection ................
Executive Office of the President .......
Federal Emergency Management
Agency ...............................
General Services Administration .........
International Assistance Program:
International Security Assistance .....
Multilateral Assistance ......
International Development
Assistance ............... ......
Other ........ .....................
National Aeronautics and Space
Administration ........................
National Science Foundation ............
Office of Personnel Management .......
Small Business Administration ......
Social Security Administration:
Federal old-age and survivors ins.
trust fund (otffbuaget) ...............
Federal disability ins. trust fund (off-
budget) ...........................
Other ................... ............
Independent agencies:
Fed. Deposit Ins. Corp:
Bank insurance fund ...............
Savings association insurance
fund ...............................
FSLIC resolution fund:
RTC closeout ....................
Other ................ ..... ..
Office of Inspector General ........
Postal Service:
Public enterprise funds (off-
budget) ............................
Payment to the Postal Service
fund ..... .... ........
Tennessee Valley Authority ...........
Other independent agencies ..........
Undistnbuted offsetting receipts:
Employer share, employee
retirement ............................
Interest received by trust funds ......
Rents and royalties on outer
continental shelf lands ...............
Sale of major assets .................
Other .............. .......

Totals this year:
Total outlays ........................
(On-budget) .......................
(Off-budget) ......................
Total-surplus (+) or deficit (-) .....
(On-budget) .......................
(Off-budget) ......................
Total borrowing from the public ....
Total-outlays prior year ..............
(On-budget) .......... ...........
(OlfttbidgeIl .................. ....
Total-surplus (+) or deficit (-) prior
year ................. .. ..
IOn budtgell
i0fTbudgeit


273
2,532
493
18

228
486

127
345

300
-348

1,254
228
3,744
-6


26,618

3,953
4,559


-71

-42

-244
-27



-294

23
-139
1,380


-2,579
-359

-482
-6
(* *)


339
2,568
413
16

106
-775

242
2

187
279

1,209
230
3,746
50


26,607

3,926
159


-199

7

-103
-28



-441

-1
99
2,066


-2,413
-5,635

-48


427
2,569
612
17

195
533

3,014
1

294
544

1,422
263
3,920
21


26,954

4,037
4,629


-21

-65

-174
-11



-535


-175
1,213


-2,635
-47,009

-994


266
2,617
446
14

146
404

153
319

146
-221

1,025
275
3,834
148


27,163

4,075
2,331


-42

1

-95
-144



-166

22
58
1,081


-2,499
-167

-5


310
2,616
479
20

122
-487

142
69

-120
-226

1,001
254
3,493
14


27,219

4,061
2,353


-169

-57

-34
-11



-257


242
2,628
535
17

225
461

22
138

267
271

1,196
242
4,060
20


27,299

4,126
134


-264

-48

-134
-22
4


-945


-197 -107
1,485 800


-2,575
-1,487

-247


-2,582 -2,562
-358 -279


-152 -1 (' *)il -572 ......


150,866 120,830 154,361 137,231 139,701 131,743 136,400 134,057 136,754 143,807 122,907 1,508,658 ......
123,866 91,326 146,649 108,844 109,393 101,967 108,570 102,382 125,605 115,713 92,555 1,226,870 ......
27,000 29,504 7,711 28,388 30,308 29,775 27,830 31,675 11,149 28,094 30,353 281,788 ......
-35,968 -17,349 +13,639 +25,379 -41,750 -13,813 +124,603 -38,779 +51,106 -24,084 -11,166 +31,816 ......
-36,784 -17,637 -11,307 +14,524 -44,342 -21,320 +108,419 -40,591 +19,367 -27,894 -13,420 -70,986 ......
+816 +287 +24,946 +10.855 +2,592 +7,508 +16,184 +1.812 +31,739 +3.809 +2,254 +102.802 ......
6,315 29,108 -1,771 -24,807 30,565 20,137 -60,587 -8,597 -12,618 -16,370 33,989 -4,637 56.489
139461 35 1." /' 9 1999 Ij ? 354 134I3.. I/9 .39 1.4049 142 988 1 26 1480 1.8 6.' I 4'6.0'9
I13 :82 106 328 120 '62 I'0 Ii 1104 964 100 401 10'842 11?626 105 26' 0' 050 109 810 1.198 884
26.179 29,400 9.237 26,803 29.339 28,995 26,807 30,362 13,459 27,752 28.862 ...... 277.195

-39.805 -37878 +18490 +13364 -44010 -21 323 +93939 -48494 +54635 -25.624 -35. 1i9_' -71.896
-39638 -36 309. -1 134 +.?3 89 -4.5 291 -26 558 +80.155 -40 4'9 +30 655 '4fl -38 Q0, -150 "6'


/161 -1 56V +/v "24 +li0r'5I +/ I ./ +. 34 1 +IH '.4 I +Y85+.? 98t11 +/ I 26' +.3 '


... No transactions.
( *) Less than $500,000.
Note: Details may not add to totals due to rounding.


215
2,627
527
31

224
603

107
535

313
179

1,177
259
3,922
20


27,201

4,137
2,422


-107

-41

-81
-19
6


-715

22
3
1.098


300
2,627
509
19

210
589

270
27

150
101

1,149
231
3,655
10


27,316

4,177
2,412


-221

-16

-49
-19


314
2,608
593
9

177
511

150
21

249
-300

1,170
285
3,995
39


31,024

4,406
2,509


-49

-60

-134
-17
(* *)


388
2,616
572
16

134
-1,058

22
302

142
-198

1,179
330
4,014
22


27,483

4,237
4,711


191

-32

-473
-30



-651

22
-37
1,296


-3,037
-37

-495
-1,885
-1


299
2,617
514
22

107
-5

299
30

226
-236

1,088
303
3840
24


27,275

4,147
235


-242

-57

-439
86
64


-405


-208
1,241


-2,573
-2,307

-206
-82
-361


3,373
28,625
5,693
202

1,875
1,262

4,548
1,788

2,154
-156

12,871
2,899
42.224
365


302,158

45,281
26,454


-1,195

-410

-1,961
-243
75


-3,476

86
-697
10,516


-28,8041
-112,831

-4,168
-5,158
-1,158


3,227
27,730
5,521
203

3,109
779

4,331
2,052

2,471
390

13,190
2,814
41,571
325


292,008

42,812
27,929


-3,894

-4,509

-4,297
-1,064
(' *)


-3,679

126
-286
11,057


-28,177
-104,643

-4,161

-11,011


1,019 -84


-14 18
1,113 -2,257


-482


-2,728
-6,080

-118

-70


-2,622
-49,113

-786

-1


-306
-3,185
(* )


+'88')





Table 8. Trust Fund Impact on Budget Results and Investment Holdings as of August 31, 1998
[$ millions]
This Month Fiscal Year to Date Seritie held as Investments
Current Fiscal Year
Classification ______________________
Beginning of ls o
Receipts Outlays Excess Receipts Outlays Excess Yea isn Mnt TMow th
This Year This Month T Mn
Trust receipts, outlays, and Investments held:
Airport and airway ............................ 361 472 -111 8,327 5,253 3,074 6,360 9,745 9.635
Black lung disability ....................... 51 38 14 570 457 112
Federal disability insurance ................. 4,568 4,147 421 58,613 45,281 13,331 63,562 76,462 76,886
Federal employees life and health ........... ...... -80 80 ...... -575 575 24,825 25.262 25.346
Federal employees retirement ............... 1,404 3,623 -2,219 47,193 39,894 7,299 430,839 440.467 438.177
Federal hospital insurance ................. 9,314 9,393 -78 126,163 126,039 124 116,621 119,236 116,952
Federal old-age and survivors insurance .... 28,702 27,275 1,427 388,153 302,158 85,994 567,445 651.777 653,016
Federal supplementary medical insurance ... 6,618 5,152 1,466 75,290 70,029 5,260 34,464 36,083 39,578
Hazardous substance superfund ............. 298 110 189 906 1,270 -364 5,877 5,256 5,228
Highways ..................................... 161 3,051 -2,890 27,661 21,863 5,798 22,341 30,570 27,665
Military advances ............................. 1,158 1,121 36 13,088 12,663 424 ...... ...... ....
Military retirement ........................... 1,981 2,618 -637 36,912 28,522 8,390 126,022 135,923 135,390
Railroad retirement .......................... 799 679 121 9,842 7,718 2,124 19,239 21,424 21,723
Unemployment ................................ 3,537 1,889 1,647 32,028 21,701 10,327 61,923 69.693 72,144
Veterans life insurance ..................... 15 110 -95 1,180 1,073 107 13,724 13,923 13,837
All other trust ................................. 586 626 -39 3,565 6,246 -2,681 8,983 9,424 9,619
Total trust fund receipts and outlays and
investments held from Table 6-D .......... 59,554 60,222 -668 829,490 689,594 139,896 1,502,226 1,645,246 1,645,195
Less: Interfund transactions ......... .. .. .. 10.005 10.005 231.056 231.056
Trust fund receipts and outlays on the basis
of Tables 4 & 5 ................. .. .... 49,549 50.216 -668 598,434 458.538 139,896
Total Federal fund receipts and outlays ........ 65,216 75,715 -10,499 976,124 1,084,204 -108,080
Less: Interfund transactions ....... .... .. 26 26 .. .. 606 606 ..
Federal fund receipts and outlays on the -A
basis of Table 4 & 5 .............. .. .. 65.191 75,689 -10.499 975,518 1,083,598 -108,080
Less: Offsetting proprietary receipts .. ....... 2.999 2.999 33,478 33.478 .....
Net budget receipts & outlays .................. 111,741 122,907 -11,166 1,540,474 1,508,658 31,816 .

Note: Interfund receipts and outlays are transactions between Federal funds and trust funds such transactions is offset against bugdet outlays. In this table, Interfund receipts are shown as an
such as Federal payments and contributions, and interest and profits on investments in Federal adjustment to arrive at total receipts and outlays of trust funds respectively
securities. They have no net effect on overall budget receipts and outlays since the receipts side of


Table 9. Summary of Receipts by Source, and Outlays by Function of the U.S. Government, August 1998
and Other Periods
[$ millions]
Classification This Month Fiscal Year Comparable Period
Classification This Month T D Prior Fiscal Yea
To Date Prior Fiscal Year
NET RECEIPTS
Individual income taxes ...................................... 55,300 738,119 659.267
Corporation income taxes ..................................... 1,468 151,877 144,956
Social insurance and retirement receipts:
Employment and general retirement ............................ 41,973 497,476 459,737
Unemployment insurance ..................................... 3,502 27,278 27,956
Other retirement .......... ................ ................. 331 4,002 4,077
Excise taxes ........................................ 3,181 54,708 51,206
Estate and gift taxes .............................. ......... 1,718 21,720 17,996
Customs duties ........................................ ....... 1,732 16,596 16,337
Miscellaneous receipts ....................................... 2,535 28,698 22,651
Total ........................................ 111,741 1,540,474 1,404,182
NET OUTLAYS
National defense ....................... ................ 18,502 245,659 251,360
International affairs ..................... ................... 443 12,021 13.984
General science, space, and technology .......................... 1,581 17,809 16.967
Energy ............................................ -113 467 1,001
Natural resources and environment ............................... 1,855 19,782 18,840
Agriculture ................................ .................... 1,656 11,526 7,579
Commerce and housing credit ................................... -1,423 -7,240 -15,564
Transportation ...................................................... 3,218 32,613 33.510
Community and regional development ............................. 770 9,323 10,606
Education, training, employment and social services ............. 4,708 47,759 45,518
Health ........................................ 10,704 119,722 112,659
Medicare ........................................ ............ 12,817 177,062 176,734
Income security .................................. ...... 14,281 215,640 216,849
Social security ....................................... 31,423 347,429 334,809
Veterans benefits and services .................................. 1,749 38,350 37,480
Administration of justice .................. ..................... 2,012 20,937 18,781
General government ................. ........ ............ .. .... 579 11,704 11,359
Net interest .......................... .......... 21,366 227,377 226,951
Undistributed offsetting receipts ................................ -3,221 -39,285 -43,343
Total ........................................ 122,907 1,508,658 1,476,079


... No transactions.
Note: Details may not add to totals due to rounding.






Explanatory Notes
1. Flow of Data Into Monthly Treasury Statement
The Monthly Treasury Statement (MTS) is assembled from data in the
central accounting system. The major sources of data include monthly
accounting reports by Federal entities and disbursing officers, and daily
reports from the Federal Reserve banks. These reports detail accounting
transactions affecting receipts and outlays of the Federal Government
and off-budget Federal entities, and their related effect on the assets and
liabilities of the U.S. Govemment. Information is presented in the MTS on
a modified cash basis.

2. Notes on Receipts
Receipts included in the report are classified into the following major
categories: (1) budget receipts and (2) offsetting collections (also called
applicable receipts). Budget receipts are collections from the public that
result from the exercise of the Government's sovereign or governmental
powers, excluding receipts offset against outlays. These collections, also
called govemmental receipts, consist mainly of tax receipts (including
social insurance taxes), receipts from court fines, certain licenses, and
deposits of earnings by the Federal Reserve System. Refunds of receipts
are treated as deductions from gross receipts.
Offsetting collections are from other Govemment accounts or the
public that are of a business-type or market-oriented nature. They are
classified into two major categories: (1) offsetting collections credited to
appropriations or fund accounts, and (2) offsetting receipts (i.e., amounts
deposited in receipt accounts). Collections credited to appropriation or
fund accounts normally can be used without appropriation action by
Congress. These occur in two instances: (1) when authorized by law,
amounts collected for materials or services are treated as reimburse-
ments to appropriations and (2) in the three types of revolving funds
(public enterprise, intragovemmental, and trust); collections are netted
against spending, and outlays are reported as the net amount.
Offsetting receipts in receipt accounts cannot be used without being
appropriated. They are subdivided into two categories: (1) proprietary
receipts-these collections are from the public and they are offset against
outlays by agency and by function, and (2) intragovemmental funds-
these are payments into receipt accounts from Governmental appropria-
tion or funds accounts. They finance operations within and between
Government agencies and are credited with collections from other
Government accounts. The transactions may be intrabudgetary when the
payment and receipt both occur within the budget or from receipts from
off-budget Federal entities in those cases where payment is made by a
Federal entity whose budget authority and outlays are excluded from the
budget totals.
Intrabudgetary transactions are subdivided into three categories:
(1) interfund transactions, where the payments are from one fund group
(either Federal funds or trust funds) to a receipt account in the other fund
group; (2) Federal intrafund transactions, where the payments and
receipts both occur within the Federal fund group; and (3) trust intrafund
transactions, where the payments and receipts both occur within the trust
fund group.
Offsetting receipts are generally deducted from budget authority and
outlays by function, by subfunction, or by agency. There are four types of
receipts, however, that are deducted from budget totals as undistributed
offsetting receipts. They are: (1) agencies' payments (including payments
by off-budget Federal entities) as employers into employees retirement
funds, (2) interest received by trust funds, (3) rents and royalties on the
Outer Continental Shelf lands, and (4) other interest (i.e., interest collected
on Outer Continental Shelf money in deposit funds when such money is
transferred into the budget).

3. Notes on Outlays
Outlays are generally accounted for on the basis of checks issued,
electronic funds transferred, or cash payments made. Certain outlays do
not require issuance of cash or checks. An example is charges made
against appropriations for that part of employees' salaries withheld for
taxes or savings bond allotments these are counted as payments to
the employee and credits for whatever purpose the money was withheld.


Outlays are stated net of offsetting collections (including receipts of
revolving and management funds) and of refunds. Interest on the public
debt (public issues) is recognized on the accrual basis. Federal credit
programs subject to the Federal Credit Reform Act of 1990 use the cash
basis of accounting and are divided into two components. The portion of
the credit activities that involve a cost to the Government (mainly
subsidies) is included within the budget program accounts. The remaining
portion of the credit activities are in non-budget financing accounts.
Outlays of off-budget Federal entities are excluded by law from budget
totals. However, they are shown separately and combined with the on-
budget outlays to display total Federal outlays.

4. Processing
The data on payments and collections are reported by account symbol
into the central accounting system. In turn, the data are extracted from
this system for use in the preparation of the MTS.
There are two major checks which are conducted to assure the
consistency of the data reported:

1. Verification of payment data. The monthly payment activity reported by
Federal entities on their Statements of Transactions is compared to the
payment activity of Federal entities as reported by disbursing officers.
2. Verification of collection data. Reported collections appearing on
Statements of Transactions are compared to deposits as reported by
Federal Reserve banks.

5. Other Sources of Information About Federal Government
Financial Activities

A Glossary of Terms Used in the Federal Budget Process, January
1993 (Available from the U.S. General Accounting Office, P.O. Box 6015,
Gaithersburg, Md. 20877). This glossary provides a basic reference
document of standardized definitions of terms used by the Federal
Government in the budgetmaking process.

Daily Treasury Statement (Available from GPO, Washington, D.C.
20402, on a subscription basis only and on the Internet at
http://www.fms.treas.gov/). The Daily Treasury Statement is published
each working day of the Federal Government and provides data on the
cash and debt operations of the Treasury.

Monthly Statement of the Public Debt of the United States
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only and on the Internet at http://www.publicdebt.treas.gov/opd/opd.htm).
This publication provides detailed information concerning the public debt.

Treasury Bulletin (Available from GPO, Washington, D.C. 20402, by
subscription or single copy and on the Internet at
http://www.fms.treas.gov/). Quarterly. Contains a mix of narrative, tables,
and charts on Treasury issues, Federal financial operations, international
statistics, and special reports.

Budget of the United States Government, Fiscal Year 19 _
(Available from GPO, Washington, D.C. 20402 and on the Internet at
http://access.gpo.gov/). This publication is a single volume which provides
budget information and contains:

-Budget of the United States Government, FY 19 _
-Appendix, The Budget of the United States Government, FY 19_
-Analytical Perspectives
-Historical Tables
-Citizens Guide to the Federal Budget

United States Government Annual Report and Appendix (Available
from Financial Management Service, U.S. Department of the Treasury,
Washington, D.C. 20227). This annual report represents budgetary
results at the summary level. The appendix presents the individual receipt
and appropriation accounts at the detail level.









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