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

For Fiscal Year 1995 Through February 28, 1995, and Other Periods


Highlight


The Interest on the Public Debt is $19.3 billion which is 16 r
Federal Outlays.



RECEIPTS, OUTLAYS, AND SURPLUS/DEFICIT
THROUGH FEBRUARY 1995


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Department of the Treasury
Financial Management Service


Contents
Summary, page 2

Receipts, page 6

Outlays, page 7

Means of financing, page 20

Receipts/outlays by month, page 26

Federal trust funds/securities, page 28

Receipts by source/outlays by
function, page 29

Explanatory notes, page 30








Introduction
The Monthly Treasury Statement of Receipts and Outlays of the United States
Government (MTS) is prepared by the Financal 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 summanzes the financial activities of the Federal Govemment
and off-budget Federal entitles 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 (public
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 1994 and 1995,
by Month
[S millions]

Period Receipts Outlays Deficit/Surplus (-)



FY 1994
October ... ...................... ...... 78,662 124.085 45,422
November .............................. 83.102 121,483 38.381
December .......... ... .. 125,403 133.108 7.705
January ................... ...... .... 122,961 107,713 -15,248
February .......... ... ............. 73,186 114.752 41,566
March ... .......................... ..... 93.107 125.422 32.315
April ......................... 141,321 123.867 -17,454
May ................................ 83,541 115,597 32.057
June .................. ..... ........ 138,119 123,269 -14,850
July ........ ........... ......... 84.822 118.020 33,198
August .... ... ..................... 97.333 121,617 24,284
September .. .... .. ................. 135.895 '131.784 -4,111
Year-to-Date ........................... 21,257,452 21,460,718 2203.266
FY 1995
October ...................... ..... 89.024 3120.365 31,342
November ........................ 87,673 3124.915 37.242
December ..................... ........... 130.810 3'134,941 4,130
January .... .. .... ............... 131.801 35115.172 -16.628
February ....... ................ 82.544 120.536 37.992
Year-to-Date ........................... 521,851 615,929 94,078


'Outlays have been decreased in September 1994 by $349 million to reflect the redemption of
government agency securities previously reported as outlays by the Federal Deposit Insurance
Corporation
'The receipt, outlay and deficit figures differ from the FY 1996 Budget. released by the Office
of Management and Budget on February 6. 1995. by $97 million due mainly to revisions in data
following the release of the Final September Monthly Treasury Statement.


'Outlays have been decreased and miscellaneous liabilities correspondingly decreased by
$1,115 million. $216 million. $85 million, and $322 million in October 1994. November 1994.
December 1994 and January 1995. respectively, to reflect activity erroneously reported by the
Postal Service.
'Outlays have been increased and funds held outside the Treasury correspondingly decreased
by $152 million in December 1994 to reflect erroneous reporting by the Tennessee Valley
Authonty.
"Outlays have been decreased by $1,194 million in January 1995 to reflect outlays previously
reported as a deposit fund by the Department of Housing and Urban Development.








Table 2. Summary of Budget and Off-Budget Results and Financing of the U.S. Government, February 1995 and
Other Periods
[$ millions]


urrnt Budget Prr Budget
Classic n This Fi Estimates Fiscal Year Estimates
ClassifMonth Fiscal Full Fiscal to Date Next Fiscal
ear to Date Year (1994) Year (1996)'


Total on-budget and off-budget results:
Total receipts .................................... 82,544 521,851 1,346,414 483,314 1,415,456

On-budget receipts ................................ 54,405 386,768 995,158 355,843 1,045,095
Off-budget receipts ................................. 28,139 135,083 351,256 127,471 370,361
Total outlays ......................................... 120,536 615,929 1,538,920 601,141 1,612,128

On-budget outlays ................................. 94,058 502,362 1,246,936 491,063 1,307,105
Off-budget outlays ................................. 26,478 113,568 291,984 110,078 305,023
Total surplus (+) or deficit (-) ........................ -37,992 -94,078 -192,506 -117,827 -196.671

On-budget surplus (+) or deficit (-) ................ -39,653 -115,593 -251,778 -135,220 -262,010
Off-budget surplus (+) or deficit (-) ................ +1,661 +21,515 +59,272 +17,393 +65,338
Total on-budget and off-budget financing ............ 37,992 94,078 192,506 117,827 196,671

Means of financing:
Borrowing from the public ........................... 38,972 111,978 207,936 113,432 217,151
Reduction of operating cash, increase (-) ......... 13,999 98 -4,058 14,360
By other means ................................... -14,980 -17,998 -11,372 -9,965 -20,480


'These figures are based on the FY 1996 Budget, released by the Office of Management and
Budget on February 6, 1995.


... 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 1994 and 1995


$ billions


FY FY
94 95






Figure 2. Monthly Receipts of the U.S. Government by Source, Fiscal Years 1994 and 1995


$ billions
160-
Total Receipts
140-












Income Taxes
20-

Other Taxes and Receipts
Oct. Dec. Feb. Apr. Jun. Aug. Oct. Dec. Feb.

FY FY
94 95



Figure 3. Monthly Outlays of the U.S. Government, by Function, Fiscal Years 1994 and 1995


$ billions






100-
60--












20-



20I I I_ I___ II [ II I I I

Interest
0 sanRIllecellps









Oct. Dec. Feb. Apr. Jun. Aug. Oct. Dec. Feb.

FY FY
94 95
94 95








Table 3. Summary of Receipts and Outlays of the U.S. Government, February 1995 and Other Periods
[$ millions]

Current Comarabe Budget
Classification This Month Fiscal Prior Period Estimates
Year to Date Full Fiscal Year1

Budget Receipts
Individual income taxes ......................... ............... 33,863 247,833 232,087 588,460
Corporation income taxes .................... ............... 2,060 41,787 38,114 150,864
Social insurance taxes and contributions:
Employment taxes and contributions (off-budget) ............ 28,139 135,083 127,471 351,256
Employment taxes and contributions (on-budget) ............. 7,528 40,332 35.556 100,538
Unemployment insurance ..................................... 2,630 8,251 7,536 28,057
Other retirement contributions ................................. 357 1,862 1,875 4,558
Excise taxes .............................. ......... 3,485 22,418 20,360 57,600
Estate and gift taxes ........................................ 916 5,434 5,672 15,587
Customs duties ...................................... ................ 1,435 8,396 7,924 20,913
Miscellaneous receipts ............... ......................... 2,131 10,456 6,718 28,581
Total Receipts ................................................. 82,544 521,851 483,314 1,348,414
(On-budget) .................................................. 54,405 386,768 355,843 995,158
(Off-budget) ................................................. 28,139 135,083 127,471 351,256

Budget Outlays
Legislative Branch ....................................... 183 1,307 1,202 2,793
The Judiciary ....................................... 188 1,058 923 3,101
Executive Office of the President ............................... 15 96 87 192
Funds Appropriated to the President ............................ 660 6,892 6,914 10,860
Department of Agriculture ..................... ..................... 4,266 29,509 27,980 62,313
Department of Commerce ......................... .............. 262 1,479 1,313 3,601
Department of Defense-Military ............................... 20,298 102,139 109,755 260,269
Department of Defense-Civil ................................... 2,542 12,982 12,581 31,207
Department of Education ....................................... 2,593 13,516 10,001 32,888
Department of Energy ....................................... 1,255 7,338 7,416 16,135
Department of Health and Human Services, except Social
Secunty ........................................................ 25,146 130,873 124,786 328,709
Department of Health and Human Services, Social Security ... 27,622 133,669 126,916 336,149
Department of Housing and Urban Development ............... 2,227 211,959 10,819 26,854
Department of the Interior ...................................... 553 3,144 2,806 7,329
Department of Justice ........................ ................ 730 4,300 3,983 11,821
Department of Labor ......................... ............. .. 2,951 12,655 17,034 31,942
Department of State ........................ ................ 488 2,681 2,675 6,272
Department of Transportation .................................... 2,814 15,901 14,941 37,992
Department of the Treasury:
Interest on the Public Debt .................................. 19,259 141,292 126,717 333,704
Other ............................ ...... 3,010 4,217 6,794 18.112
Department of Veterans Affairs ................................... 3,002 14,247 15,653 38,231
Environmental Protection Agency ................................ 429 2,399 2,280 6,274
General Services Administration ................................ 431 165 -180 1,131
National Aeronautics and Space Administration ................. 1,072 5,188 5,529 14,241
Office of Personnel Management ................................ 3,337 16,649 15,641 40,308
Small Business Administration ................................... 64 396 229 703
Other independent agencies:
Resolution Trust Corporation ................................. -699 -5,751 557 -6,753
Other ...................................... ............... -838 3.44,354 51,898 15,399
Undistributed offsetting receipts:
Interest ...................... ....... ..... -634 -45,283 -42.140 -91,465
Other ........ .......................................... -2,688 -13,441 -13,969 -41,392
Total outlays ................................................... 120,536 615,929 601,141 1,538,920
(On-budget) .................................................. 94,058 502,362 491,063 1,246,936
(Off-budget) ................................................. 26,478 113,568 110,078 291,984
Surplus (+) or deficit (-) .................................... -37,992 -94,078 -117,827 -192,506
(On-budget) .................................................. -39,653 -115,593 -135,220 -251,778
(Off-budget) ................................................. +1,661 +21,515 +17,393 +59,272

'These figures are based on the FY 1996 Budget, released by the Office of Management and Outlays have been increased and funds held outside the Treasury correspondingly decreased
Budget on February 6, 1995. by $152 million in December 1994 to reflect erroneous reporting by the Tennessee Valley
'Outlays have been decreased by $1,194 million in January 1995 to reflect outlays previously Authority.
reported as a deposit fund by the Department of Housing and Urban Development. sOutlays have been decreased in September 1994 by $349 million to reflect the redemption of
'Outlays have been decreased and miscellaneous liabilities correspondingly decreased by government agency securities previously reported as outlays by the Federal Deposit Insurance
$1,115 million, $216 million, $85 million, and $322 million in October 1994, November 1994, Corporation.
December 1994 and January 1995, respectively, to reflect activity erroneously reported by the Note: Details may not add to totals due to oundin.
Postal Service.








Table 4. Receipts of the U.S. Government, February 1995 and Other Periods
[S millions]
This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Prior Fiscal Year to Date
ClassifHation Gross Refunds Gross Refunds Rec Gross Refunds
Receipts (Deduct) Rec s Receipts (Deduct) R s Receipts (Deduct) Receipt


Individual income taxes:
Withheld ................... ..... ... ..... .
Presidential Election Campaign Fund .............
Other ........................... ... ... .. .. ....
Total-Individual income taxes ........................
Corporation income taxes ...................................
Social insurance taxes and contributions:
Employment taxes and contributions:
Federal old-age and survivors ins. trust fund:
Federal Insurance Contributions Act taxes ... .......
Self-Employment Contributions Act taxes ...........
Deposits by States ................ ............
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 .......... ....... .. .....
Other ...................................... ..
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 accounts:
Rail industry pension fund ............... ......
Railroad Social Security equivalent benefit .... ...
Total-Employment taxes and contributions .......
Unemployment insurance:
State taxes deposited in Treasury .....................
Federal Unemployment Tax Act taxes .............
Railroad unemployment taxes .....................
Railroad debt repayment .................... ..
Total-Unemployment insurance ........ .. ......
Other retirement contributions:
Federal employees retirement employee
contributions .............................. ......
Contributions for non-federal employees ...............
Total-Other retirement contributions ...........
Total-Social insurance taxes and
contributions ......................................
Excise taxes:
Miscellaneous excise taxes2 ....................... ......
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 eamings by Federal Reserve banks .........
A ll other ...... ............................ ... ........
Total Miscellaneous receipts ......................
Total Receipts ......................................
Total On-budget ..................................
Total Off-budget ....................................


40.643
4
1.061
41,708


3,483


'7,845


1,423


33,863


2,060


219.117
6
40.446
259,569


49,710


11,735


7,923


247,833


41,787


197,464
11
48.448
245,923


43,736


13,835


5,622


232,087
38,114


22.779 ...... 22,779 99,064 ...... 99,064 115.212 ...... 115,212
1,093 ..... 1.093 1.757 ...... 1,757 -35 ...... -35
( ) .... ( ) 1 ...... 1 -45 ...... -45
( *) ...... (* ) ( *) ( ) (* *) ...... ( *)
23.872 ...... 23.872 100.822 ...... 100,822 115,132 ...... 115,132

4.071 ...... 4,071 33.418 ... 33,418 12.343 ...... 12,343
195 ...... 195 842 .... 842 -4 ...... -4

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

4.266 ...... 4.266 34.261 ..... 34.261 12.339 ...... 12,339

6.721 ..... 6,721 37,728 ...... 37,728 33,870 ...... 33,870
430 .... 430 861 .... 861 27 ...... 27

(. *) ... ( *) (* *) ..... (. *) (. ...... (* .
7.151 ...... 7.151 38.590 ...... 38.590 33.897 ...... 33.897

218 (") 218 939 7 932 927 21 906
159 ...... 159 810 ...... 810 753 ...... 753
35,667 (') 35.667 175.422 7 175,415 163,047 21 163.026

2.094 ...... 2.094 6,510 ...... 6.510 5.985 ...... 5,985
533 ..... 533 1,740 14 1,726 1,547 14 1,533
( ... (" ") 12 .. ... 12 14 ...... 14
2 ...... 2 2 ...... 2 4 ...... 4
2.630 ...... 2.630 8.265 14 8.251 7,550 14 7,536


350 ...... 350 1,821 ...... 1,821 1,837 ...... 1,837
7 ...... 7 40 ...... 40 38 ...... 38
357 ...... 357 1.862 ...... 1,862 1.875 ...... 1.875

38,653 ( ) 38,653 185,549 21 185,528 172,472 35 172,437

1.127 84 1.044 10.649 252 10,396 11.693 579 11,114
433 ..... 433 2,161 9 2,151 1,937 10 1,928
1,955 ...... 1955 9,828 211 9,617 7,145 84 7.062
54 ...... 54 252 ...... 252 257 ...... 257
3,569 84 3,485 22,890 472 22,418 21,033 673 20360
957 42 916 5,602 167 5,434 5,823 151 5,672
1,512 77 1,435 8,913 517 8,396 8,293 369 7,924

1.857 ...... 1,857 8.742 ...... 8,742 5.514 ...... 5.514
274 ( *) 274 1.721 7 1,714 1.210 5 1.204
2,131 ( ) 2,131 10,462 7 10,456 6,724 5 6,718
92,014 9,470 82,544 542,694 20,843 521,851 504,004 20,690 483,314
63,876 9,470 54,405 407,611 20,843 386,768 376,533 20,690 355,843
28,139 ...... 28,139 135,083 ...... 135,083 127,471 ...... 127,471


'Th.s amount is partially estimated and will be adjusted pending further analysis of the
accountng data
'Incudes 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, February 1995 and Other Periods
[$ millions]


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

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

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

Funds Appropriated to the President:
International Security Assistance:
Guaranty reserve fund ............... ............
Foreign military financing grants ........................
Economic support fund ..............................
Military assistance ............................... ......
Peacekeeping Operations ................. ...............
Other ..................................... ......
Proprietary receipts from the public ...................
Total-Intemational Security Assistance ...............

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

Agency for Intemational Development:
Functional development assistance program ...........
Sub-Saharan Africa development assistance ...........
Operating expenses ...................................
Payment to the Foreign Service retirement and
disability fund .........................................
Other ...................... ........... .........
Proprietary receipts from the public .....................
Intrabudgetary transactions .........................
Total-Agency for International Development .......

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

Total-Intemational 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 .......................
O their ................... ...................................

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


-9
9
33
2
3

-14
184


(* *)
('* *)


1







1

2


42
36
171
14
13

-5
1,319


1
1


3







7

12


42
36
171
14
13
-7
-5
1,307


73
37
174
14
13

-3
1,215


1
8


3







2

13


73
37
174
14
13
-2
-3
1,202


3 ...... 3 11 ...... 11 10 ...... 10

175 1 174 1,007 2 1,005 865 1 864
11 ...... 11 42 ...... 42 49 ...... 49
188 1 188 1,060 2 1,058 924 1 923



2 ...... 2 14 ...... 14 18 ...... 18
4 ...... 4 22 ...... 22 24 ...... 24
8 ...... 8 59 ...... 59 46 ...... 46
15 ...... 15 96 ...... 96 87 ...... 87



98 85 13 395 244 151 375 231 144
100 ...... 100 2,337 ...... 2,337 2,804 ...... 2,804
100 ...... 100 1,995 ...... 1,995 1,895 ...... 1,895
1 ...... 1 1 ...... 1 12 ...... 12
1 ...... 1 25 ...... 25 27 ...... 27
2 ...... 2 9 ...... 9 12 ...... 12
...... 117 -117 ...... 378 -378 ...... 355 -355
303 202 101 4,762 622 4,140 5,126 586 4,540




............ 509 ...... 509 354 ...... 354
130 ...... 130 340 ...... 340 118 ...... 118
49 ...... 49 253 ...... 253 244 ...... 244
179 ...... 179 1,102 ...... 1,102 717 ...... 717


47 ...... 47 550 ...... 550 477 ...... 477
74 ...... 74 291 ...... 291 241 ...... 241
37 ...... 37 216 ...... 216 210 ...... 210

...... ...... ...... 45 ...... 45 44 ..... 44
163 4 158 566 23 543 283 32 252
...... 63 -63 ...... 345 -345 ...... 272 -272

321 67 254 1,668 368 1,301 1,256 304 952

23 ...... 23 96 ...... 96 89 ..... 89
3 38 -35 19 115 -96 18 100 -82
6 (*) 6 34 2 32 39 1 38

533 106 427 2,920 485 2,436 2,118 405 1,714

-156 ...... -156 -231 ...... -231 163 ...... 163

11 19 -7 80 85 -6 78 124 -45
1,046 ...... 1,046 5,417 ...... 5,417 5,458 ...... 5,458
(* *) ...... ( ) ( *) ...... ( ) (* *) ...... ( *)
...... 753 -753 ...... 4,876 -4,876 ..... 4.927 -4.927
1 2 ...... 2 11 ...... 11 1 11 ...... 11

1,739 1,079 660 12,959 6,068 6,892 12,955 6,041 6,914








Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, February 1995 and Other Periods-Continued
[$ millions]

This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Prior Fiscal Year to Date
Classfcation Gross Applicable Gross Applicable Gross Applicable
Outlays Receipts ys Outlays Receipts Outls Outlays Receipts O y


Department of Agriculture:
Agricultural Research Service ........................
Cooperative State Research Service ................
Extension Service .............. ................ ..........
Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service .........
Food Safety and Inspection Service .......................
Agricultural Marketing Service .............................
Soil Conservation Service:
Watershed and flood prevention operations ... ........
Conservation operations ................................
Other ........................ .................. ... .
Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service:
Conservation programs ................. ...... .....
Other .................. .. .......... .......

Farmers Home Administration:
Credit accounts:
Agricultural credit insurance fund .....................
Rural housing insurance fund ................ ......
Other ................... .. ..... ...... ........ ... .
Salaries and expenses ..................................
Other .......................... .. ...... ... .....
Total-Farmers Home Administration ................

Foreign assistance programs ........................
Rural Development Administration:
Rural development insurance fund ........................
Rural water and waste disposal grants .................
Other ......................... .... .... ..... ........
Rural Electrification Administration .................
Federal Crop Insurance Corporation ......................
Commodity Credit Corporation:
Price support and related programs ....................
National Wool Act Program ............................

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

Forest Service:
National forest system ............................
Forest and rangeland protection ........................
Forest service permanent appropriations ...............
Other ....................................................
Total-Forest Service .................................

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

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

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

Science and Technology:
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration .......
Patent and Trademark Office ...........................
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 .....................


1


...... 125
...... 242
.... 36


7 1.790
60 299


..... 1,790 1,796
...... 299 281


1,796
281


264 60 204 472 765 -293 620 1.006 -385
534 241 293 1.613 1,046 567 1,507 1,303 203
(**) ...... (* ) (**) ... ( ) (**) ...... (**)
-592 ...... -592 -372 ...... -372 -421 ...... -421
8 ( ") 8 48 1 47 42 1 41
214 301 -87 1,761 1,811 -50 1,748 2,310 -562

30 ...... 30 386 .... 386 423 ...... 423

78 25 53 297 202 94 335 260 75
22 ...... 22 144 ...... 144 126 ...... 126
-14 ...... -14 2 ...... 2 -10 ...... -10
53 181 -128 810 1,218 -408 '984 1.685 -701
69 2 67 434 447 -13 1,327 336 991

1.637 935 703 11.179 3.160 8.019 10.884 3.190 7.694
( ) ...... (* ") 4 ...... 4 2 ...... 2


2.179 ...... 2,179 10.896 ...... 10.896 10,646 ...... 10,646
605 ...... 605 3,258 ...... 3,258 2.991 ...... 2,991
271 ...... 271 1,491 ...... 1,491 1,329 ...... 1,329
26 ...... 26 237 ...... 237 265 ...... 265
3,081 ...... 3.081 15,882 ...... 15.882 15,231 ...... 15,231


88 ..... 88 632 ...... 632 645 ...... 645
23 ...... 23 328 ...... 328 146 ...... 148
15 ...... 15 417 ...... 417 151 ...... 151
54 ...... 54 248 ...... 248 229 ...... 229
179 ...... 179 1.626 ...... 1,626 1,171 ...... 1,171

59 3 56 284 15 268 310 15 295
90 -90 ...... 472 -472 ..... 597 -597
(V I) ..... ("V ) (I *) ...... ( -) ...... ...... ......

5,802 1,537 4,266 36,834 7,325 29,509 36,374 8,394 27,980


32 ( ) 31 136 7 130 118 8 110
31 ...... 31 183 ...... 183 128 ...... 128
34 ...... 34 155 ...... 155 115 ...... 115


139 3 137 814 11 803 816 6 811
-6 ...... -6 18 ...... 18 22 ...... 22
43 ...... 43 171 ...... 171 107 ...... 107
13 3 10 44 14 30 40 14 25
189 6 183 1,048 25 1.023 985 20 965

-7 ...... -7 40 (" ) 40 45 ...... 45
...11 -11 ...... 52 -52 ...... 50 -50
(" ") ..... (" ) ( ) ...... ( ") ( ") ...... ( *)


279 17 262 1,563 84 1,479 1,391 78 1.313








Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, February 1995 and Other Periods-Continued


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:
Defense business operations 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 .....................................
Intrabudgetary transactions:
Department of the Army ...............................
Department of the Navy ................................
Department of the Air Force .............................
Defense agencies .......................................
Offsetting governmental receipts:
Department of the Army ................................
Defense agencies ......................................

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


2,172
2,117
1,625


...... 2,172
...... 2,117
...... 1,625


9,548
9,963
7,299


...... 9,548
...... 9,963
...... 7,299


10,921
10,895
7,581


...... 10,921
...... 10,895
...... 7,581


5,914 ...... 5,914 26,810 ...... 26,810 29,397 ...... 29,397


1,819 ...... 1,819 8,896 ...... 8,896 8,299 ...... 8,299
1,870 ...... 1,870 8,508 ...... 8,508 8,474 ...... 8,474
2,494 ...... 2,494 10,499 ...... 10,499 10,329 ...... 10,329
1,383 ...... 1,383 7,650 ...... 7,650 8,122 ...... 8,122
7,566 ...... 7,566 35,553 ...... 35,553 35,224 ...... 35,224


516 ...... 516 3,041 ...... 3,041 3,630 ...... 3,630
1,948 ...... 1,948 9,479 ...... 9,479 10,576 ...... 10,576
1,950 ...... 1,950 9,233 ...... 9,233 9,660 ...... 9,660
301 ...... 301 1,682 ...... 1,682 1,786 ...... 1,786
4,715 ...... 4,715 23,436 ...... 23,436 25,652 ...... 25,652


431 ...... 431 1,991 ...... 1,991 2,362 ...... 2,362
615 ...... 615 3,665 ...... 3,665 2,812 ...... 2,812
1,053 ...... 1,053 5,305 ...... 5,305 5,351 ...... 5,351
576 ...... 576 3,075 ...... 3,075 3,216 ...... 3,216
2,675 ...... 2,675 14,036 ...... 14,036 13,741 ...... 13,741


76 ...... 76 331 ...... 331 423 ...... 423
93 ...... 93 344 ...... 344 236 ...... 236
100 ...... 100 550 ...... 550 431 ...... 431
236 ...... 236 1,252 ...... 1,252 851 ...... 851
505 ...... 505 2,478 ...... 2,478 1,941 ...... 1,941


94 ...... 94 466 ...... 466 485 ...... 485
88 ...... 88 406 ...... 406 306 ...... 306
83 ...... 83 432 ...... 432 395 ...... 395
12 3 10 62 20 41 38 12 26

50 ...... 50 -17 ...... -17 272 ...... 272
51 ...... 51 88 ...... 88 194 ...... 194


-1,468 ...... -1,468 -1,381 ...... -1,381 1,984 ...... 1,984
-6 ( *) -6 -40 2 -42 -141 2 -142

(* *) ...... (V *) (* *) ...... (' *) (* *) ...... (V *)
3 ...... 3 12 3 9 13 6 6
( ) ...... ( *) (**) (**) ( ) 5 5 (*)
33 ...... 33 72 ...... 72 118 ...... 118

...... -28 28 ...... 220 -220 ...... 141 -141
...... 4 -4 ...... 148 -148 ...... 143 -143
...... 23 -23 ...... 264 -264 ...... 256 -256
...... 4 -4 ...... 130 -130 ...... 34 -34

-10 ...... -10 58 ...... 58 156 ...... 156
-3 ...... -3 414 ...... 414 545 ...... 545
1 ...... 1 89 ...... 89 105 ...... 105
2 ...... 2 -49 ...... -49 -74 ...... -74

... ..... ...... .. ..... .... ...... 3 -3
...... (") ( )2 ...... 7(" ) ( )1 ...... (602 1*) (

20,304 6 20,298 102,926 786 102,139 110,356 602 109,755








Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, February 1995 and Other Periods-Continued
[S millions]

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


Department of Defense-Civil
Corps of Engineers-
Construction. general ..
Operation and maintenance, general
Other ..... ...
Propnetary receipts from the public .
Total-Corps of Engineers


Military retirement
Payment to military retirement fund .........
Retired pay .. ...
Military retirement fund .... .
Intrabudgetary transactions .. .
Education benefits ......... ............ ......
Other
Propnetary receipts from the public ..............

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

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

Office of Bilingual Education and Minonty 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 loans .. ............ .......
Student financial assistance .....................
Federal family education loans ... ... ... .......
Higher education .. ... ..
Howard University
Other .. ........... ....
Total-Office of Postsecondary Education ...........

Office of Educational Research and Improvement .......
Departmental management ..... ....... ......
Propnetary receipts from the public ... ............

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

Department of Energy:
Atomic energy defense activities .. ..... .. .. ....

Energy programs.
General science and research activities .............
Energy supply, R and D activities ..... ... ......
Uranium supply and ennchment activities ..
Fossil energy research and development ..............
Energy conservation ....... ............. ..
Strategic petroleum reserve ... ....... ... ....
Clean coal technology.......................
Nuclear waste disposal fund ....... .....
O their .. .. ..
Total-Energy programs ............ .............

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

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


75
70
108


7


75
70
108
-7


449
630
565


51


449
630
565
-51


402
438
719


402
438
719
-60


60


254 7 246 1.644 51 1.593 1.559 60 1,499


...... 11,470 ...... 11.470 11,908 ...... 11,908

2.277 2,277 11.339 ..... 11,339 10,978 ...... 10,978
...... ..... ...... -11,470 ..... -11,470 -11,908 ...... -11,908
14 .... 14 27 ...... 27 78 .. .. 78
6 (" ) 5 30 2 29 33 2 31
... 1 -1 ..... 6 -6 ...... 5 -5

2,551 9 2,542 13,041 59 12,982 12,648 67 12,581



576 ..... 576 2,865 ...... 2.865 2,783 ...... 2,783
9 ..... 9 588 ..... 588 604 ...... 604
96 ...... 96 589 ...... 589 589 ..... 589
7 ...... 7 31 ...... 31 30 ...... 30
3 .. ... 3 13 ...... 13 6 ...... 6


692 ...... 692 4.086 ...... 4,086 4,012 ...... 4,012


19 .. 19 85 .... 85 94 ...... 94

242 ...... 242 1,380 ...... 1,380 1,247 ...... 1,247
196 ..... 196 945 ...... 945 939 ...... 939
13 ..... 13 61 .... 61 54 ...... 54
122 .. 122 662 .... 662 557 ...... 557


5 1 4 14 34 -20 1 25 -23
809 ..... 809 3,566 ...... 3,566 3,703 ...... 3,703
297 ...... 297 1.777 ...... 1,777 -1,248 ...... -1,248
37 ..... 37 344 ..... 344 308 ...... 308
19 .. 19 83 ...... 83 81 ...... 81
97 ...... 97 217 ...... 217 5 ...... 5
1.264 1 1.263 6.001 34 5.967 2.850 25 2,826

21 ...... 21 166 ...... 166 167 ...... 167
27 ...... 27 183 ..... 183 154 ...... 154
.... 2 -2 ...... 17 -17 ...... 49 -49

2,596 3 2,593 13,567 51 13,516 10,074 73 10,001


908 ...... 908 4.978 ...... 4,978 5.051 ...... 5,051


87 ...... 87 668 ...... 668 474 ..... 474
264 .. 264 1.396 ...... 1,396 1.241 ...... 1,241
8 .. 8 39 ...... 39 209 ...... 209
37 ...... 37 182 ...... 182 162 ..... 162
52 ... 52 243 ...... 243 215 ...... 215
15 ...... 15 93 ...... 93 81 ..... 81

32 ...... 32 143 ...... 143 109 ...... 109
53 (" ) 53 404 1 404 178 1 177
548 ( ") 548 3,168 1 3,168 2.668 1 2,667

163 191 -27 790 805 -15 763 608 156
32 ..... 32 186 ...... 186 185 ...... 185
..... 133 -133 ..... 739 -739 ... 392 -392
-72 ..... -72 -231 ...... -231 -208 ...... -208
...... ( ) ( ) .... 8 -8 ..... 43 -43

1,579 324 1,255 8,892 1,553 7,338 8.459 1.043 7,416


. ..








Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, February 1995 and Other Periods-Continued
[$ millions]


Department of Health and Human Services, except Social
Security:
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 ...........
Assistant secretary for health ..........................

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 ............................
Interest on normalized tax transfers ..............
Total-FHI trust fund ..................................

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

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

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

Social Security Administration:
Payments to Social Security trust funds ...............
Special benefits for disabled coal miners ...............
Supplemental security income program .................
Total-Social Security Administration .................

Administration for children and families:
Family support payments to States .....................
Low income home energy assistance ...................
Refugee and entrant assistance .......................
Community Services Block Grant ........................
Payments to States for afdc work programs ............
Interim assistance to States for legalization ............
Payments to States for child care assistance ..........
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 .......................... .........
Office of the Secretary ..................... .........
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 ...............
Other ........................ ........ ....

Total-Department of Health and Human Services,
except Social Security ..............................


( ")


...... 216
...... 10
...... 38


328
990
960
729
4,357

990
51
201


2


326
990
960
729
4,357


278
882
677
630
4,184


1


276
882
677
630
4,184


...... 990
...... 51
...... 201


1,830 (* ) 1,829 8,606 2 8,604 7,673 1 7,671


6,694 ...... 6,694 35,397 ...... 35,397 33,406 ...... 33,406
3,799 ...... 3,799 17,908 ...... 17,908 17,265 ...... 17,265


8,722 ...... 8,722 43,494 ...... 43,494 39,684 ...... 39,684
116 ...... 116 506 ...... 506 463 ...... 463

8,838 ...... 8,838 44,000 ...... 44,000 40,147 ...... 40,147


4,589 ...... 4,589 24,955 ...... 24,955 22,971 ...... 22.971
123 ...... 123 698 ...... 698 745 ...... 745
4,712 ...... 4,712 25,653 ...... 25,653 23,716 ...... 23,716

-3 ...... -3 () ...... () -5 ...... -5

24,041 ...... 24,041 122,958 ...... 122,958 114,530 ...... 114,530


10 ...... 10 2,246 ...... 2,246 2,571 ...... 2,571
61 ...... 61 307 ...... 307 328 ...... 328
2,167 ...... 2,167 8,686 ...... 8,686 9,871 ...... 9,871
2,238 ...... 2,238 11,239 ...... 11,239 12,770 ...... 12,770


1,296 ...... 1,296 7,397 ...... 7,397 7,077 ...... 7,077
252 ...... 252 789 ...... 789 1,300 ...... 1,300
11 ...... 11 166 ...... 166 172 ...... 172
36 ...... 36 171 ...... 171 177 ...... 177
86 ...... 86 386 ...... 386 330 ...... 330
2 ...... 2 143 ...... 143 586 ...... 586
74 ...... 74 373 ...... 373 327 ...... 327
196 ...... 196 1,185 ...... 1,185 1,116 ...... 1,116
366 ...... 366 1,869 ...... 1,869 1,606 ...... 1,606

201 ...... 201 1,250 ...... 1,250 1,291 ...... 1,291
2 ...... 2 7 ...... 7 ...... ............
2,524 ...... 2,524 13,734 ...... 13,734 13,983 ...... 13,983

65 ...... 65 378 ...... 378 333 ...... 333
-6 ...... -6 130 ...... 130 90 ...... 90
...... 1,746 -1,746 ...... 8,262 -8,262 ...... 7,326 -7,326



-3,799 ...... -3,799 -16,778 ...... -16,778 -17,264 ...... -17,264

...... ...... ...... -1,130 ...... -1,130 -1 ...... -1



26,893 1,747 25,146 139,138 8,264 130,873 132,114 7,327 124,786








Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, February 1995 and Other Periods-Continued
[S millions]

This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Prior Fiscal Year to Data
Classification Gross Applicable Gross Gross AppliGross Applicable
Outlays Receipts a Outlays Receipts Outlys Outlays Receipts y


Department of Health and Human Services, Social
Security (off-budget):
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund,
Benefit payments .......
Administrative expenses and construction ... ......
Payment to railroad retirement account
Interest expense on intertund borrowings ...........
Interest on normalized tax transfers .......
Total-FOASI trust fund .. ... ....

Federal disability insurance trust fund-
Benefit payments .... ...... ........ .......
Administrative expenses and construction .............
Payment to railroad retirement account ...........
Interest on normalized tax transfers .............
Total-FDI trust fund ............. .......

Propnetary receipts from the public .............
Intrabudgetary transactions2 .. ..

Total-Department of Health and Human Services,
Social Security(off-budget) .............................

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 .. ... ....
O th er ......................... ......
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 ...............
O their .. ... .. ...... ......
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 ... .. ....
O their .. .. ............. ...... ........
Proprietary receipts from the public .....................
Offsetting governmental receipts ....................

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


24.146
74


24.146
. ... 74


118.563
641


118.563
641


113,713
661


113,713
661


24,220 ..... 24.220 119,203 ...... 119,203 114,374 ...... 114,374


3.312 ... 3,312 16,260 ... 16,260 14.739 ...... 14,739
103 ...... 103 453 ... 453 373 ...... 373



3,415 ...... 3.415 16,713 ...... 16,713 15,112 ...... 15,112

...... 1 -1 ...... 2 -2 ...... 3 -3
-12 ..... -12 -2,246 ...... -2,246 -2,567 ...... -2,567


27,623 1 27,622 133,670 2 133,669 126,918 3 126,916



12 5 7 65 43 22 65 51 13

853 842 12 4,158 34.223 -65 2.790 2,923 -133
-19 55 -74 287 278 9 364 291 73
45 45 233 ... 233 186 ( ) 186
11 ...... 11 55 .. 55 23 ..... 23
9 ...... 9 48 ...... 48 45 ...... 45
52 ..... 52 266 ...... 266 270 ...... 270
...... ... (" ) ...... ( ") 3 ...... 3
21 .. 21 367 ..... 367 380 ...... 380
261 ...... 261 1.492 ..... 1,492 1.346 ...... 1,346
1 ... .. 1 8 (' ) 8 8 ...... 8
815 ...... 815 4,099 ...... 4,099 4,400 ...... 4,400
445 ...... 445 1,975 ...... 1,975 1,370 ...... 1,370
14 ..... 14 66 ...... 66 24 ...... 24
2.523 902 1,621 13,120 4,544 8,576 11,273 3.265 8.007


2 ( ) 2 247 197 50 273 192 81

211 ...... 211 1,075 ...... 1,075 1,003 ...... 1,003
10 ..... 10 62 ...... 62 64 ...... 64
1 ... .. 1 5 ...... 5 ( ) ...... ( )
224 ( ) 224 1,389 197 1,192 1,339 192 1,147


... .... ... .. ...... ( ) (' ) ...... 1 1
27 77 -51 161 351 -189 530 713 -183
27 77 -51 161 351 -190 530 714 -184


336 ..... 336 1,749 ...... 1.749 1,447 ...... 1,447
85 .... 85 489 ...... 489 237 ...... 237
22 12 11 127 53 74 127 58 69
443 12 431 2.364 53 2.311 1.811 58 1.754

30 ... 30 213 ...... 213 188 ...... 188
6 ...... 6 23 ...... 23 16 ...... 16
...... 35 -35 ..... 166 -166 ..... 110 -110



3,253 1,026 2,227 17,271 5,312 11,959 15,157 4,339 10,819








Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, February 1995 and Other Periods-Continued
[$ millions]


Department of the Interior
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:
Construction program ...............................
Operation and maintenance ..........................
Other ....................................
Central utah project ...................... .........
Geological Survey .......................................
Bureau of Mines ........................................
Total-Water and science ................ ..........

Fish and wildlife and parks:
United States Fish and Wildlife Service ..................
National Biological Survey ................... .........
National Park Service .................................
Total-Fish and wildlife and parks ...................

Bureau of Indian Affairs:
Operation of Indian programs ...........................
Indian tribal funds .......................... .......
Other ................................... ........
Total-Bureau of Indian Affairs ....................

Territorial and international affairs ..........................
Departmental offices ....................................
Proprietary receipts from the public ......................
Intrabudgetary transactions ...............................
Offsetting governmental receipts .................. ....

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

Department of Justice:
Legal activities ........................... ................
Federal Bureau of Investigation .........................
Drug Enforcement Administration ..........................
Immigration and Naturalization Service ....................
Federal Prison System .....................................
Office of Justice Programs ...............................
Other ............. ............... .................
Intrabudgetary transactions ................................
Offsetting govermental receipts ...........................
Total-Department of Justice ..........................

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


...... 288
...... 217
...... 300


21 ...... 21 135 ...... 135 117 ...... 117
149 ...... 149 940 ...... 940 786 ...... 786



30 ...... 30 134 ...... 134 109 ...... 109
20 ...... 20 97 ...... 97 104 ...... 104
44 13 31 172 85 87 197 85 112
(* *) ...... (* *) 24 ...... 24 15 ...... 15
30 ...... 30 198 ...... 198 239 ...... 239
14 3 11 69 10 59 79 11 68
138 15 123 694 96 599 743 96 648


95 ...... 95 479 ...... 479 510 ...... 510
15 ...... 15 49 ...... 49 50 ...... 50
104 ...... 104 603 ...... 603 596 ...... 596
214 ...... 214 1,131 ...... 1,131 1,156 ...... 1,156


90 ...... 90 653 ...... 653 615 ...... 615
13 ...... 13 75 ...... 75 44 ...... 44
24 1 23 184 5 179 182 4 178
127 1 126 912 5 907 841 4 837

42 ...... 42 323 ...... 323 153 ...... 153
14 ...... 14 92 ...... 92 56 ...... 56
...... 111 -111 ...... 739 -739 ...... 798 -798
-5 ...... -5 -108 ...... -108 -31 ...... -31
...... ( *) (V ) ...... ( ) (* V ) ...... (" ) (I )

680 127 553 3,984 839 3,144 3,704 898 2,806


213 ...... 213 1,046 ...... 1,046 928 ...... 928
142 ...... 142 790 ...... 790 843 ...... 843
57 ...... 57 381 ...... 381 300 ...... 300
125 ...... 125 689 ...... 689 576 ...... 576
206 10 196 1,131 53 1,078 895 48 847
104 ...... 104 426 ...... 426 350 ...... 350
3 ...... 3 211 ...... 211 340 ...... 340
-5 ...... -5 -21 ...... -21 -4 ...... -4
...... 106 -106 ...... 301 -301 ...... 198 -198
845 115 730 4,654 354 4,300 4,229 245 3,983



295 ...... 295 1,722 ...... 1,722 1,573 ...... 1,573
29 ...... 29 155 ...... 155 157 ...... 157
21 ...... 21 109 ...... 109 50 ...... 50

52 ...... 52 58 ...... 58 -56 ...... -56


.. ...... .. ...... ...... 2,511 ...... 2,511








Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, February 1995 and Other Periods-Continued


Department of Labor-Continued
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 ....
Railroad unemployment insurance ..................
O their ........... ............. .....
Total-Unemployment trust fund ..................

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

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

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

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

Department of State:
Administration of Foreign Affairs:
Salanes and expenses ............. ... ... .. .....
Acquisition and maintenance of buildings abroad ........
Payment to Foreign Service retirement and disability
fu nd ....... .......................... ............
Foreign Service retirement and disability fund .........
Other ..... ........................... .. .......
Total-Administration of Foreign Affairs ...............

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

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

Department of Transportation:
Federal Highway Administration:
Highway trust fund:
Federal-ad highways ........ ... ....................
O their ...... .. ....................... .......
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 .................


2.039
233
34
15

7
2
2330


2,039
233
34
15

7
2
2330


8,850
1.324
93
76

27
9
10 379


8,850
1.324
93
76

27
9
in 7_Q


13.122
1,426
81
74

30
8
14742


13,122
1,426
81
74

30
8
1 749


6 ...... 6 33 ...... 33 33 ...... 33

2,733 ...... 2.733 12,457 ...... 12,457 19,008 ...... 19,008

348 332 16 644 496 148 622 149 473

15 ...... 15 93 ... 93 90 ...... 90
107 ...... 107 -515 .... -515 -478 ...... -478
47 ..... 47 236 ...... 236 248 ...... 248
9 .... 9 60 ...... 60 54 ...... 54
22 ..... 22 116 ...... 116 115 ...... 115
17 ...... 17 111 ..... 111 104 ...... 104
46 ...... 46 176 ...... 176 178 ...... 178
S (") (" ) ...... 2 -2 ...... 1 -1
-61 ...... -61 -225 ...... -225 -2.757 ...... -2,757

3,284 332 2,951 13,152 498 12,655 17,184 150 17,034



258 ...... 258 768 ...... 768 810 ...... 810
60 ...... 60 211 ...... 211 237 ...... 237

.... .... .... 129 ..... 129 125 ...... 125
37 ...... 37 185 ...... 185 159 ...... 159
8 ..... 8 36 ..... 36 55 ...... 55
363 .... 363 1,330 ...... 1.330 1,385 ...... 1,385

69 ...... 69 1.176 ...... 1,176 1,128 ...... 1,128
37 ...... 37 289 ...... 289 268 ...... 268
11 ...... 11 46 ...... 46 51 ...... 51
8 ..... 8 22 ...... 22 19 ...... 19
............... ...... ...... ...... ...... ......
( ) ...... ( ') -182 ...... -182 -176 ...... -176


488 ...... 488 2,681 ...... 2,681 2,675 ...... 2,675




1.342 ...... 1.342 7.442 ...... 7,442 7.357 ...... 7,357
6 ...... 6 60 ...... 60 49 ...... 49
19 ..... 19 90 ...... 90 114 ...... 114
1.366 ...... 1,366 7,592 ...... 7,592 7,519 ...... 7,519

13 ...... 13 105 ...... 105 100 ...... 100


.. .. .... ..... 492 ...... 492 319 ...... 319
15 1 15 86 4 82 159 4 155
15 1 15 578 4 573 478 4 474








Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, February 1995 and Other Periods-Continued


Department of Transportation:-Continued
Federal Transit Administration:
Formula grants .................................. .....
Discretionary grants ........................... ........
Other ....... ..................................
Total-Federal Transit Administration ..............

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

Airport and airway trust fund:
Grants-in-aid for airports .................. ..........
Facilities and equipment ..................... .......
Research, engineering and development .............
Operations ............................... ...........
Total-Airport and airway trust fund ..............

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

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

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

Meantime Administration .......................... ........
Other ............... .... ...... .........
Propnetary receipts from the public .......................
Intrabudgetary transactions ..........................
Offsetting governmental receipts .........................

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

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

Financial Management Service:
Salanes and expenses ......................... ........
Payment to the Resolution Funding Corporation .........
Claims, judgements, and relief acts .....................
Net interest paid to loan guarantee financing accounts .
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 tax returns and assistance .................
Tax law enforcement .................................
Information systems ............ ........................
Payment where earned income credit exceeds liability
for tax .......... ...... ...... .. .................
Health insurance supplement to earned income credit ..
Refunding internal revenue collections, interest ........
Other ................. ... .. .. .......
Total-Internal Revenue Service .......................


184 ...... 184 304
179 ...... 179 826
42 ...... 42 787
A4C Af I t%17


...... 304
...... 826
...... 787
el


-30 ......
653 ......
875 ......
4 A4Q9


-30
653
875
4 Aflo


405 ...... 05 ...... 1, 17 ...... 1,98O


125 ...... 125 798 ...... 798 949 ...... 949


178 ...... 178 863 ...... 863 721 ...... 721
164 ...... 164 1,024 ...... 1,024 946 ...... 946
18 ...... 18 89 ...... 89 81 ...... 81
204 ...... 204 1,117 ...... 1,117 860 ...... 860
564 ...... 564 3,093 ...... 3,093 2,608 ...... 2,608

(. ) (*.) (*-) (,*) (- ) (*-) (- ) (.*) (- )

689 (* ) 689 3,891 ( *) 3,890 3,557 (* ) 3,557


213 ...... 213 1,011 ...... 1,011 972 ...... 972
22 ...... 22 136 ...... 136 121 ...... 121
48 ...... 48 221 ...... 221 192 ...... 192
17 (**) 16 116 2 114 115 2 112
299 ( *) 299 1,485 2 1,482 1,400 2 1,397

48 28 20 269 72 197 337 97 240
14 2 12 175 3 172 174 2 172
...... ( *) ( *) ...... 2 -2 ...... 1 -1
.. .. ..... .. .... ...... ...... 13 ...... 13
...... 5 -5 ...... 27 -27 ...... 28 -28

2,850 36 2,814 16,011 110 15,901 15,077 136 14,941



-160 2 -162 -819 8 -827 -460 5 -465
28 ...... 28 85 ...... 85 17 ...... 17


20 ...... 20 100 ...... 100 91 ...... 91
..... ...... ...... 1,164 ...... 1,164 1,164 ...... 1,164
89 ...... 89 320 ...... 320 152 ...... 152
604 ...... 604 766 ...... 766 2 ...... 2
10 ...... 10 43 ...... 43 67 ...... 67
722 ...... 722 2,393 ...... 2,393 1,476 ...... 1,476

-102 ...... -102 122 ...... 122 121 ...... 121

29 ...... 29 163 ...... 163 157 ...... 157
23 ...... 23 100 ...... 100 96 ...... 96
153 ...... 153 750 ...... 750 745 ...... 745
( ) ...... ( *) 25 ...... 25 18 ...... 18
1 ...... 1 -49 ...... -49 -16 ...... -16
17 ...... 17 112 ...... 112 104 ...... 104


130 ...... 130 635 ...... 635 614 ...... 614
316 ...... 316 1,716 ...... 1,716 1,489 ...... 1,489
101 ...... 101 606 ...... 606 406 ...... 406

43,140 ...... 3,140 3,391 ...... 3,391 5,202 ...... 5,202
...... ...... .... ...... ...... ...... 340 ...... 340
114 ...... 114 1,009 ...... 1,009 1,151 ...... 1,151
15 ...... 15 75 ...... 75 63 ...... 63
3,817 ...... 3,817 7,431 ...... 7,431 9,265 ...... 9,265








Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, February 1995 and Other Periods-Continued
[$ mmons]

This Month Current Fiscal Year to Date Prior Fiscal Year to Date
Classification
Classification Gross Applicab Ou Gross Applicable Gross Applicable
Outlays Receipts Outlay Receipts Outlays Recepts y
Outlays Receipts Oulays Receipts Outlays Receipts


Department of the Treasury:-Continued
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 ......................
Receipts from off-budget federal entities .................
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 .........................
O other .............. .. .... ... ........ ...........
Compensation and pensions ............................
Readjustment benefits ...................................
Post-Vietnam era veterans education account ...........
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 .................

Environmental Protection Agency:
Program and research operations .........................
Abatement, control, and compliance ......................
Water infrastructure financing ..............................
Hazardous substance superfund ..........................
O their ......................... ....... ... ....................
Proprietary receipts from the public .......................
Intrabudgetary transactions ................................
Offsetting governmental receipts ...........................
Total-Environmental Protection Agency ..............

General Services Administration:
Real property activities ....................................
Personal property activities ................................
Information Resources Management Service .............
Other .....................................................
Proprietary receipts from the public .......................
Total-General Services Administration ...............


...... 33
85 -51
2 10


...... 230
187 (' )
75 -5


281
82


18.030 ...... 18.030 93.834 ...... 93,834 84.127 ...... 84.127
1.229 ...... 1,229 47.458 ...... 47,458 42.590 ...... 42,590
19,259 ...... 19,259 141.292 ...... 141.292 126,717 ...... 126,717

4 ...... 4 20 ...... 20 24 ...... 24
.... 1.097 -1.097 ...... 2.441 -2.441 ...... 770 -770

-288 ...... -288 -3,448 ...... -3,448 -3,796 ...... -3,796
...... 125 -125 ...... 441 -441 ...... 324 -324

23,581 1,311 22,270 148,663 3,154 145,509 134,974 1,463 133,511



1,190 ...... 1,190 6.540 ...... 6,540 6.214 ...... 6,214
54 20 34 294 115 178 291 110 181



55 30 25 291 200 91 716 295 421
46 37 9 208 168 40 610 193 417
8 5 3 83 53 29 235 135 100
1,492 ...... 1,492 5.959 ...... 5.959 7,049 ...... 7,049
102 ...... 102 507 ...... 507 481 ...... 481
6 ...... 6 27 ...... 27 37 ...... 37

100 ...... 100 482 ...... 482 476 ...... 476
1 ...... 1 7 ...... 7 8 ...... 8
13 3 10 58 86 -28 55 85 -30
-7 ...... -7 6 ...... 6 -15 ...... -15
1.817 75 1,741 7,628 507 7,121 9,652 709 8,944

36 (") 36 240 (' ) 240 271 ( 1) 271
80 ...... 80 573 ...... 573 486 ...... 486

..... 21 -21 ...... 114 -114 ...... 153 -153
...... ( 1) (V 1) ..... (V ") (V ") ...... ( *) (V )
...... 56 -56 ...... 286 -286 ...... 279 -279
-2 ...... -2 -7 ...... -7 -9 ...... -9

3,174 173 3,002 15,268 1,022 14,247 16,905 1,252 15.653


69 ...... 69 381 ...... 381 332 ...... 332
103 ...... 103 578 ..... 578 511 ...... 511
136 ...... 136 824 ...... 824 822 ...... 822
113 ...... 113 559 ...... 559 529 ...... 529
28 (* ) 28 432 (" ) 432 415 2 413
...... 21 -21 ..... 122 -122 ...... 75 -75
...... ...... ..... -250 ...... -250 -250 ...... -250
..... ( ( ) ...... 3 -3 ...... 4 -4
450 21 429 2,523 124 2,399 2,360 81 2,280


410 ...... 410 62 ...... 62 -171 ...... -171
36 ...... 36 -74 ..... -74 -107 ...... -107
15 ...... 15 112 ...... 112 56 ...... 56
-33 ...... -33 62 ...... 62 42 ...... 42
...-2 2 ...... -2 2 ...... 1 -1
429 -2 431 163 -2 165 -179 1 -180








Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, February 1995 and Other Periods-Continued
[S millions]


National Aeronautics and Space Administration:
Human space flight .................... .. .. .........
Science, aeronautics and technology ....................
Mission support .................. .. .. .........
Research and development .. ......................
Space flight, control and data communications .............
Construction of facilities .................. .............
Research and program management ......................
Other ............... .... .... ................
Total-National Aeronautics and Space
Administration ...........................................

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 health benefits fund .............................
Employees life insurance fund ...............................
Retired employees health benefits fund ..................
Other ..................... .............
Intrabudgetary transactions:
Civil service retirement and disability fund:
General fund contributions ...........................
Other .....................................................
Total-Office of Personnel Management .............

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

Other independent agencies:
Action ..................................... ...................
Board for Intemational Broadcasting .......................
Corporation for National and Community Service ........
Corporation for Public Broadcasting ...................
District of Columbia:
Federal payment .............. ..............
Other ..... ..... ....... .. ................ .. ..........
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission ...............
Export-Import Bank of the United States ..................
Federal Communications Commission .......................
Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation:
Bank insurance fund .................. .........
Savings association insurance fund .......................
FSLIC resolution fund ........ .........................
Affordable housing and bank enterprise .................
Federal Emergency Management Agency:
Public enterprise funds ................. ............
D disaster relief ......................... ....................
Emergency management planning and assistance .......
Other ................. ... .. .............
Federal Trade Commission .................................
Interstate Commerce Commission ...........................
Legal Services Corporation ..................................
National Archives and Records Administration ..............
National Credit Union Administration:
Credit union share insurance fund ........................
Central liquidity facility ....................................
Other ........... ... .. ... ............ ......


665
721
706
1.894
990
125
82
6


665
721
706
1.894
990
125
82
6


2,742
1.989
172
620
6


2.742
1.989
172
620
6


1,072 ...... 1,072 5,188 ...... 5,188 5,529 ...... 5,529



458 ...... 458 1,658 ...... 1.658 1,583 ..... 1,583

3,164 ...... 3.164 15.738 ..... 15.738 14.830 .. 14,830
1.254 1,392 -138 6.349 6.655 -306 6.141 6.424 -283
132 272 -139 673 1.129 -456 566 1,098 -532
1 1 ( ) 3 3 ( ") 3 3 ( ")
-5 ...... -5 29 ...... 29 56 ..... 56



-2 ...... -2 -13 ...... -13 -14 ... .-14
5,002 1,664 3,337 24,436 7,787 16,649 23,166 7,526 15,641



19 30 -12 154 142 12 267 187 80
34 18 16 252 107 145 81 136 -55
1 1 (") 9 6 3 11 5 6
59 ( ") 59 236 ( ") 235 198 (r ") 198
113 49 64 651 256 396 557 328 229


11
27
-1



-3
23
46
9

106
2
430


30
138
18
25
5
2
35
43

-15

9


( 1)
111
3

2.083
364
99


22

V..)



V -,


-3
23
-65
6

-1.977
-361
331


7
138
18
25
5
2
35
43


6 -21

1 8


714
1
101
749
60

1,075
21
1.146
2

235
1,062
108
127
29
17
193
111

-37
5
18


12
( 1)
464
23

5.077
488
588


125


5



(V)

12
5
2


714
-11
101
285
38

-4,002
-467
557
2

110
1.062
108
122
29
17
193
111

-49
(16
16


698
6
94
439
55

1.110
8
5938
-1

222
1.300
96
92
36
17
163
93

13
36
9


12
(* 0)
1,183
14

6.572
518
1.416


133






V. 1

198
36
47


698
-6
94
-744
41

-5.462
-509
-478
-1

88
1.300
96
92
36
17
163
92

-185
(- *
-37








Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, February 1995 and Other Periods-Continued
[S millions]


Other independent agencies:-Continued
National Endowment for the Arts .........................
National Endowment for the Humanities ..................
National Labor Relations Board .........................
National Science Foundation ..............................
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 ...
Rail industry pension fund:
Advances from FOASDI fund .......................
OASDI certifications ....................................
Administrative expenses ..............................
Interest on refunds of taxes ..........................
Other ........................................
Intrabudgetary transactions:
Payments from other funds to the railroad
retirement trust funds ........................
Other ............... ..... ..... .. .. ...
Supplemental annuity pension fund ......................
Railroad Social Security equivalent benefit account ......
Other ..........................................
Total-Railroad Retirement Board ....................

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

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

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

Employer share, employee retirement:
Legislative Branch:
United States Tax Court:
Tax court judges survivors annuity fund ............
The Judiciary:
Judicial survivors annuity fund ........................
Department of Defense-Civil:
Military retirement fund ...............................
Deparment of Health and Human Services, except
Social Security:
Federal hospital insurance trust fund:
Federal employer contributions ......................
Postal Service employer contributions .............
Payments for military service credits ...............
Department of Health and Human Services, Social
Security (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 ...............
Department of State:
Foreign Service retirement and disability fund .........
Office of Personnel Management:
Civil service retirement and disability fund ...........
Independent agencies:
Court of veterans appeals retirement fund ..........
Total-Employer share, employee retirement ..........


15 .. 15 77 ...... 77 75 ......
13 .... 13 66 ...... 66 64 ......
12 .. 12 74 ...... 74 70 .....
216 ...... 216 1.030 ..... 1.030 1,003 ......
39 75 -36 220 263 -43 211 226
43 46 -3 228 245 -17 219 231

3,831 64,325 -494 21,074 '22.656 -1,582 20,330 20,552
.... 84 ...... 84 85 ......


75
64
70
1,003
-15
-12

-222
85


.. 21
...... (-'")


250
407
(V *)


250
407
( *)


-456
456
29
17
3



-109
1,196
2.040
1


-456
456
29
17
3



-109
1,196
2.040
1


-450
450
32
18
3



-25
1.209
1.970
1


-25
1.209
1,970
1


683 ...... 683 3,392 ...... 3,392 3,347 ...... 3,347

135 834 -699 2,199 7.950 -5,751 6,692 6,135 557
5 ...... 5 53 ..... 53 61 ...... 61
44 ...... 44 173 ..... 173 129 ...... 129
777 685 92 3,887 83 030 857 3,974 3,355 618
108 ...... 108 459 ( ) 459 443 ( ) 443
391 135 256 1.214 946 268 1.006 560 446

7,251 8,789 -1,538 40,494 41,892 -1,397 43,644 41,189 2,455


..... ...... (" (' ) ...... ( ") (




..... .. ...... (V .) ...... (" ) (I ") ...... (" -)

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

-1,024 ...... -1,024 -5,081 ...... -5.081 -5,334 ...... -5,334



-145 ...... -145 -764 ...... -764 -775 ...... -775
-48 ...... -48 -229 ...... -229 -196 ...... -196




-441 ...... -441 -2.063 ...... -2,063 -2,229 ...... -2,229
..... .... ... .... 17 ...... 17 ...... ...... ......

-79 ...... -79 -369 ...... -369 -241 ...... -241
...... ...... 17 ... 17 ...... ............

-9 .. .. -9 -43 ...... -43 -43 ...... -43

-746 ...... -746 -3,922 ...... -3,922 -3.989 ...... -3,989



-2.491 ...... -2,491 -12.471 ... -12,471 -12.806 ...... -12.806









Table 5. Outlays of the U.S. Government, February 1995 and Other Periods-Continued


Undistributed offsetting receipts:-Continued
Interest received by trust funds.
The Judiciary.
Judicial survivors annuity fund ...... .
Department of Defense-Civil:
Corps of Engineers .. ....... .. .... ..
Military retirement fund ....
Education benefits fund ....... .. ..... .
Soldiers' and airmen's home permanent fund ....
Other ...... ........ ...... ..... .......
Department of Health and Human Services, except
Social Secunty:
Federal hospital insurance trust fund ............
Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund ..
Department of Health and Human Services, Social
Secunty (off-budget).
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund .
Federal disability insurance trust fund ...............
Department of Labor.
Unemployment trust fund .. ............
Department of State:
Foreign Service retirement and disability fund
Department of Transportation:
Highway trust fund ....... .. ............
Airport and airway trust fund ......
Oil spill liability trust fund ........... ........ ...
Department of Veterans Affairs:
National service life insurance fund .. ......
United States government life Insurance Fund ......
Environmental Protection Agency .......... .
National Aeronautics and Space Administration ..........
Office of Personnel Management:
Civil service retirement and disability 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 .... -5 -9 -9 -10


-2
-245
-5
-1
(* *)


.... -2
-245
.... -5
S -1
...... (* *)


-8
5,583
-22
-5
-1


-8 -5,355
-15 -935


-114
-17


-114 -15.242
... -17 -845


-19 -1.314


(* *


-10 -524
-6 -380
(" ") -3


-537
-4
( 1
-1


-43 -13.848


-123
-3
-1i


-300
-9
-R9


-8
-5.583
-22
-5
-1


-29
-5.020
-25
-4
(* *)


...... -5.355 -5.279
S. -935 -1.027


.... -15,242 -13.766
... -845 -380

-1.314 -1.272


-10

-29
-5.020
. -25
-4
(* *)


-5.279
-1.027


-13.766
-380

-1.272


-299


-524
...... -380
.... -3


-537
-4

-1


-280

-713
-419
-3


-713
-419
-3

-537
-5
(' )
-1


-13,848 -12,948


. -12.948


...... -300 -378
-9 -7
-R -RIa


-634 ..... -634 -45.283 ...... -45.283 -42.140 ... -42.140

.... 197 -197 .. 970 -970 ..... 1.163 -1.163



-3,125 197 -3,322 -57,754 970 -58,724 -54,946 1,163 -56,109

139,100 18,565 120,536 702,451 86,522 615,929 683,552 82,412 601,141

108,296 14,238 94,058 566,226 63,864 502,362 552,920 61,857 491,063

30,804 4,326 26,478 136,226 22,658 113,568 130,633 20,555 110,078

-37,992 -94,078 -117,827

-39,653 -115,593 -135,220

+1,661 +21,515 +17,393


MEMORANDUM


Receipts offset ag;




Propnetary receipts .................... ...... ......
Receipts from off-budget federal entities ....................
Intrabudgetary transactions ........... ...................
Governmental receipts ................. .............
Total receipts offset against outlays .. .............

'Includes an adjustment of $84 million in September 1994 to reflect intrabudgetary
transactions previously reported as offsetting collections for the Rural Telephone Equity Fund"
Includes FICA and SECA tax credits, nor-contnbutory military service credits, special benefits
for the aged. and credit for unnegotiated OASI benefit checks
'Outlays have been decreased by $1.194 million in January 1995 to reflect outlays previously
reported as a deposit fund by the Department of Housing and Urban Development
This amount is partially estimated and will be adjusted pending further analysis of the
accounting data.
'Outlays have been decreased in September 1994 by $349 million to reflect the redemption of
government agency secunties previously reported as outlays by the Federal Deposit Insurance
Corporation.


[$ millions]


Current
Fiscal Year
to Date
20.872

93.643
1.048
115.564


Comparable Penod
Pnor Fiscal Year
18.006

93.373
826
112.206


The Postal Service accounting is composed of thirteen 28-day accounting penoas To
conform with the MTS calendar-month reporting basis used by all other Feoeral agencies. the MTS
reflects USPS results through 2/3 and estimates for $1 701 million through 2/28
'Outlays have been decreased and miscellaneous liabilities correspondingly decreased by
$1.115 million, $216 million. $85 million, and $322 million in October 1994. November 1994
December 1994 and January 1995. respectively, to reflect activity erroneously reported by the
Postal Service
'Outlays have been increased and funds held outside the Treasury correspondingly decreased
by $152 million in December 1994 to reflect erroneous reporting by the Tennessee Valley
Authority.
No Transactions
r ) Less than $500.000
Note Details may not add to totals due to rounding








Table 6. Means of Financing the Deficit or Disposition of Surplus by the U.S. Government, February 1995 and Other Periods
[$ millions]
Net Transactions
Assets and Liabilities (-) denotes net reduction of ether Curent Fiscal Year
Directly Related to liability or asset accounts
Budget Off-budget Activity Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of Close o
This MontThis month
This Year Prior Year This Year This Month


Liability accounts:
Borrowing from the public:
Public debt secunties, issued under general Financing authorities
Obligations of the United States, issued by-
United States Treasury ........ ... .......... ... .....
Federal Financing Bank ................
Total, public debt secunties .......................
Plus premium on public debt secunties ....... ......
Less discount on public debt secunties ...........
Total public debt securities net of Premium and
discount .......... ... .... ...... .. ...
Agency secunties. issued under special financing authorities (see
Schedule B. for other Agency borrowing, see Schedule C) ..........
Total federal secunties .......... .. ............
Deduct:
Federal secunties held as investments of government accounts
(see Schedule D) ......... ........ ..
Less discount on federal securities held as investments of
government accounts ...... ......... .........
Net federal secunties held as investments of government
accounts .................. .... .... .... ........ .......
Total borrowing from the public .... ...................
Accrued interest payable to the public ...... ........ .... .
Allocations of special drawing nghts ... .. .. .. .......
Deposit funds .. .. .. .. .... ... ..
Miscellaneous liability accounts (includes checks Outstanding etc.) .....
Total liability accounts ....................................................
Asset accounts (deduct)
Cash and monetary assets:
U.S Treasury operating cash:3
Federal Reserve account ..................... ........
Tax and loan note accounts ........ ... ... .... ...... .
Balance ... .. ..............................
Special drawing nghts-
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 (-)) ........................................


38.471


161.548


148.052 4,677,750
...... 15,000


4.800,827 4.839.298
15,000 15,000


38,471 161.548 148.052 4.692,750 4,815.827 4.854,298
-9 -40 26 1,333 1,301 1,292
32 2.457 -5.987 78.631 81.056 81,088

38.430 159.050 154.065 4.615.453 4.736.074 4,774,504

59 -1,739 1,051 28.194 26.396 26,455
38.489 157,312 155.116 4,643.647 4.762.470 4.800.959


-519 45.468 35.685 1.213.104 1.259.092 1.258.572

-36 135 -5.999 1,684 1,854 1.818

-483 45,333 41,685 1,211.421 1.257,237 1.256.754
38,972 111,978 113.432 3.432.226 3,505,232 3,544,204
-15,024 -9,257 -11,199 43,287 49,055 34,031
87 132 -94 7,189 7,235 7,322
800 '80 -1,541 7,316 6,596 7.396
1.058 '-4,340 219 4,938 -461 598
25,893 98,594 100,817 3,494,957 3,567,658 3,593,551



-7,073 42 -12.403 6.848 13,964 6.890
-6.926 -140 -1,958 29.094 35.880 28.954
-13.999 -98 -14.360 35.942 49.844 35,844

1.003 1.187 92 9.971 10.154 11.158
...... ............ -8,018 -8,018 -8,018
1.003 1,187 92 1,953 2,136 3.140


..... ...... 31,762 31,762 31.762
469 717 -507 7,163 7,410 7,879
578 556 34 -25,923 -25,945 -25,367
-1 -3 (* ) -96 -98 -99

-314 -486 343 -837 -1.009 -1,323
733 784 -129 12,069 12.120 12.853
... ...... ...... ( ) (
787 '3.899 3.279 21,417 24.529 25,316
-11.477 5,772 -11.119 71,380 88,629 77.152
36 -468 -2,075 -9.806 -10,310 -10,274
103 2,758 713 12,726 15,381 15,485
-709 -3.268 -4,258 -1.386 -3.945 -4.654
-12,047 4,794 -16,738 72,915 89,756 77,709
+37.940 +93,800 +117,555 +3,422,042 +3,477.902 +3,515,842

52 278 272 ...... 227 278


+37,992 +94,078 +117,827 +3,422,042


+3.478,128 +3,516,120


'Outlays have been decreased by $1.194 million in January 1995 to reflect outlays previously
reported as a deposit fund by the Department of Housing and Urban Development.
'Outlays have been decreased and miscellaneous labilities correspondingly decreased by
S1.115 million. $216 million. $85 million. and $322 million in October 1994. November 1994.
December 1994 and January 1995. respectively, to reflect activity erroneously reported by the
Postal Service
'Malor sources of information used to determine Treasury's operating cash income include
Federal Reserve Banks. the Treasury Regional Finance Centers. the Interal Revenue Service
Center- the Bureau of the Pubic Debt and various electronic systems Deposits are reflected as
received and withdrawals are reflected as processed


'Outlays have been increased and funds held outside the Treasury correspondingly decreased
by $152 million in December 1994 to reflect erroneous reporting by the Tennessee Valey
Authonty
SNo Transactions
S) 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, February 1995 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 penod ... 3.481.030 3.422,146 3,218.965
Adjustments dunng current fiscal year for changes in composition
of unified budget:
Revisions by federal agencies to the pnor budget results .... -3.128 -104 526
Excess of liabilities beginning of penod (current basis) ....... ... 3.477.902 3,422.042 3.219.491

Budget surplus (-) or deficit
Based on composition ot unified budget in pnor fiscal yr ......... 37,992 94.078 117.827
Changes in composition of unified budget ............... .. .. ... .......
Total surplus (-) or deficit (Table 2) ....... .. ... 37.992 94.078 117.827
Total-on-budget (Table 2) ... .. ........ ... ........... 39.653 115.593 135,220

Total-off-budget (Table 2) .... .. ...................... -1.661 -21.515 -17.393
Transactions not applied to current year's surplus or deficit.
Seigniorage .. ........................ ............ -52 -278 -272
Profit on sale of gold .............. ..... .............. .. .... .(" ) (" ")
Total-transactions not applied to current year's Surplus or
deficit.. ................ ................................... -52 -278 -272

Excess of liabilities close of period .................................. 3,515,842 3,515,842 3,337,046




Table6. Schedule B-Securities Issued by Federal Agencies Under Special Financing Authorities, February 1995 and
Other Periods
[$ millions]
Net Transactions
Net Transactions Account Balances
(-) denotes net reduction of Currnt Fial Year
Current Fiscal Year
liability accounts
Classification
Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of Close of
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 -145 '189 158 158
Obligations guaranteed by the United States, issued by:
Department of Defense:
Family housing mortgages .... .. .............. ...... (" ") 6 6 6
Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Federal Housing Administration .. ... ................. ............ 1 -52 -114 112 59 60
Department of the Interior:
Bureau of Land Management ........ ............. .......................... ... ......... 13 13 13
Department of Transportation:
Federal Transit Administration .................................. .. .. .... ...... .-547 .......
Coast Guard
Family housing mortgages ............... ....... ........... ......... ... .. ..... ( ) ( ) ( *)
Obligations not guaranteed by the United States, issued by:
Legislative Branch:
Architect of the Capitol ..... ......... ... ........ 1 7 6 192 197 199
Independent agencies:
Farm Credit System Financial Assistance Corporation .. ... .... ........... ... 1.261 1.261 1.261
National Archives and Records Administration ...................... ..... ...... 298 298 298
Tennessee Valley Authority ................................. ..... 57 -1.662 1,852 26.121 24.403 24.460
Total, agency securities ........................................ 59 -1,739 1,051 28,194 26,396 26,455


'Outlays have been decreased in September 1994 by $349 million to reflect the redemption of
government agency securities previously reported as outlays by the Federal Deposit Insurance
Corporation


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,
February 1995 and Other Periods
[$ millions]

Transactions Account Balances
Current Fiscal Year
Classification
Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of
Close of
This MonthThis month
This Year Prior Year This Year This Month

Borrowing from the Treasury:
Funds Appropnated to the President:
International Secunty Assistance:
Guaranty reserve fund ...... .. .................................. 337 405 413 750 750
Agency for International Development.
International Debt Reduction .. .. .. .. ............... 315 315 315
Housing and other credit guaranty programs ........................ ....... ... 125 125 125
Pnvate sector revolving fund .. ...................................... ....... ... ... .. 1 1 1
Overseas Pnvate Investment Corporation ............................ 21 22 8 16 17 38
Department of Agnculture
Foreign assistance programs .. .................................... ...... -7 354 550 544 544
Commodity Credit Corporation ...... ............................... 173 -9,075 -12,034 16.909 7,661 7,833
Farmers Home Administration
Agnculture credit insurance fund .. ...... .. .... .... ...... .... -1.748 -1,285 4.032 2,284 2.284
Self-nelp housing land development fund .......... .. ... ..... 1 1 ( ") 1 1
Rural housing insurance fund ............. ........................... ...... 1,177 2,133 4,497 5.674 5,674
Rural Development Administration:
Rural development insurance fund ......... ... ................. ..... 715 561 2,091 2,806 2.806
Rural development loan fund .... ............. .... 40 29 21 61 61
Federal Crop Insurance Corporation ................................. ........... -113 ...........
Rural Electnfication Administration:
Rural communication development fund ............................. ............ 31 57 57 57
Rural electnfication and telephone revolving fund .. ................... 695 242 8.212 8.907 8.907
Rural Telephone Bank .... .............. -1 97 -15 586 684 683
Department of Education.
Guaranteed student loans ........................................ ........ ..... ...... 1,605 1,605 1,605
College housing and academic facilities fund ............................. ... 4.887 14 596 5.482 5.482
College housing loans ...... ............ ... .... ...... (" ") 411 411 411
Department of Energy
Isotope production and distribution fund .............. ............... ...... -14 ...... 14 .......
Bonneville power administration fund .. ................................ -60 -5 158 2,617 2.672 2,612
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Housing programs
Federal Housing Administration ... .................. .............. ...... -21 ...... 783 762 762
Housing for the ederly and handicapped ................................. -770 -475 8.484 7,714 7,714
Public and Indian housing-
Low-rent public housing ............. ... ... .............. .. ..... ...... 25 135 135 135
Department of the Intenor
Bureau of Reclamation Loans ............. ......... .. .......... .. 6 11 11 11
Bureau of Mines. Helium Fund .................................. .......... 252 252 252
Bureau of Indian Affairs:
Revolving funds for loans ............................... ...... 8 9 26 34 34
Department of Justice
Federal pnson industnes, incorporated .......................................... .. .. 20 20 20
Department of Transportation:
Federal Highway Administration.
High pnonty quarters loan fund ................................ 20 20 ...... ........ 20
Federal Railroad Administration:
Railroad rehabilitation and improvement
financing funds .. ...... .... ...... ...................... 14 14 ...... 14 14 28
Amtrak comdor improvement loans ......... ........ .......... ( ") ...... 2 3 3
O their ....... ................... .............. .... .. .. .. ....... ( ") ( ") ( )
Federal Aviation Administration:
Aircraft purchase loan guarantee program ....................... ( ") ( ") (" ") (* ) () ('
Department of the Treasury:
Federal Financing Bank revolving fund ............................... -770 -8.969 -6,024 94.357 86.157 85.388
Department of Veterans Affairs:
Loan guaranty revolving fund ......................... ...... 903 1,158 1.107 2.011 2.011
Guaranty and indemnity fund ..... ................................ .... 586 612 181 767 767
Direct loan revolving fund .. ...................................... ...... 13 7 2 14 14
Vocational rehabilitation revolving fund ....................... ..... ..... 1 2 2 2








Table 6. Schedule C (Memorandum)-Federal Agency Borrowing Financed Through the Issue of Public Debt Securities,
February 1995 and Other Periods-Continued


Borrowing from the Treasury:-Continued
Environmental Protection Agency
Abatement, control, and compliance loan program ....
Small Business Administration
Business loan and revolving fund ... ... ..
Independent agencies
Export-Import Bank of the United States .......... .. ..
Federal Emergency Management Agency:
National insurance development fund
Pennsylvania Avenue Development Corporation:
Land acquisition and development fund ...
Railroad Retirement Board
Railroad retirement account
Social Secunty 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:
Funds Appropriated to the President:
Foreign military sales .
Department of Agnculture
Rural Electnfication Administration ..........
Farmers Home Administration:
Agnculture credit insurance fund ............ ......... .....
Rural housing insurance fund .. .. ... ..... ......
Rural development insurance fund .. .. .. ..................
Department of Defense-
Department of the Navy ... .... .... ........
Defense agencies .........
Department of Education
Student Loan Marketing Association .. .. ... ............
Department of Health and Human Services.
Except Social Secunty-
Medical facilities guarantee and loan fund .. .............
Department of Housing and Urban Development:
Low rent housing loans and other expenses ..................
Community Development Grants ........................
Department of Intenor.
Temtonal and international affairs .. ..... ..............
Department of Transportation
Federal Railroad Administration ....
Federal Transit Administration .... .. .. ............
Department of the Treasury:
Financial Management Service ... ..... ...........
General Services Administration
Federal buildings fund .............
Small Business Administration.
Business loan and investment fund ... .. ............
Independent agencies
Export-Import Bank of the United States .....
Pennsylvania Avenue Development Corporation ...........
Postal Service .. ......... .
Resolution Trust Corporation .... .. ........................
Tennessee Valley Authonty ........ ... .... ...
Total borrowing from the Federal Financing Bank ................


7.289


811 2.632


257


1.252


1.234


2,128
2.781


7.289

2.607


7.289

2,607


2.128
3.777


2.128
4.033


-347 -9,682 -12,012 163,642 154,307 153,960



-27 -96 -83 3,785 3,717 3.689

51 44 -142 21.916 21,908 21.960

-95 -95 ...... 6,063 6.063 5.968
-460 ...... 24,391 23,931 23.931
............. 3675 3.675 3.675

...... 1.624 1,624 1.624
-47 -49 -145 -192 -192

.. -3.030


-9 -18 ( ) 63 54 46

-58 -54 1,747 1.689 1.689
-8 -14 -15 110 104 96

-1 -1 22 21 21

(") -3 -1 15 12 11
-665 488 665

...... -30

16 95 119 1.780 1.859 1.875

-12 -50 -40 581 542 530

-478 -485 3,926 3,449 3.449
11 48 41 250 286 298
-200 -1,100 .... 8,973 8,073 7.873
-498 -5,873 -2,492 26.519 21.144 20.646
...... -200 -250 3,400 3.200 3.200
-770 -8,970 -6,025 109,360 101,159 100.389


Note This table includes lending by the Federal Financing Bank accomplished by the purchase
ot agency financial assets by the acquisition ot agency debt securities, and by direct loans on
behalf of an agency The Federal Financng Bank borrows from Treasury and issues its own
securities and in rum 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, February 1995 and
Other Periods
[$ mllHo]

N Purchass or Sas Securities Held as Investments
Current Fiscal Year
assification Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of
This Month Close of
This month
This Year Prior Year This Year This Month


Federal funds:
Department of Agnculture ... ... .. ..... ......................
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:
Management and liquidating functions fund:
Public debt secunties ..... ......... ........ ..... ... ..
Agency secunties ...... ............. .........................
Guarantees of mortgage-backed secunties:
Public debt securities .......... ... ... .... .. ... ..
Agency secunties .. .... .. ........ ........
Other ..... ..... ......... .......
Departm ent of the Intenor ....... ...... .......................... .....
Department of Labor .................. ...................................
Department of Transportation ............. .... ...............
Department of the Treasury ......................... ....
Department of Veterans Affairs:
Canteen service revolving fund .................. ..............
Guaranty and indemnity 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 ..................... ... .. ......
Federal Emergency Management Agency:
National flood insurance fund .............. ... ...... ....
National Credit Union Administration ...............................
Postal Service .................. ....................................
Tennessee Valley Authonty ......... ... ..........................
Other .................. ... .... ......... ..... ....
O their .. .... .. .. ............
Total public debt secunties .............................
Total agency secunties ........... ... .... ............

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

Trust funds:
Legislative Branch.
Library of Congress .. .... .... .. ..... ....
United States Tax Court .... ........... .......... .. .... .....
O their .. .. ...... .........
The Judiciary.
Judicial retirement funds .......... .. ............... ......... ..
Department of Agnculture ......... .... .............................
Department of Commerce ............................
Department of Defense-Military:
Voluntary separation incentive fund ...................................
O their ... ..... ..... ............. ....
Department of Defense-Civil:
Military retirement fund .. .. ..... .. .. ... ... ...... ...
Other .............................. .......


1



63


-408


46


44
-19
14
-1,841

-1

-3


81

1.977
362
-332


-10
13
258

-17
53


3
3

-4
366


-570


219

19
549
-149
43
-949

3

12
-38

194

4.050
468
-590

-120
32
528
-2,701
183
298


2
2

-4
243


-306


-9
-4

191
(* )
-26
253
-6,503
39
27

3

12
-109

873

5.539
510
943


-71
222
900
1,297
83
-30


13

5
4.527


5,742



16

3,713
1
193
2,722
5.330
974
7.452

37

524
41

57

13.972
2.493
1.649

200
3.052
1,271
3.954
1.017
2,626


( *)
4,831


5.579



16

3.887
1
212
3,227
5.200
1.003
8,345

41

538
4

170

16,045
2,599
1.391

90
3.071
1.541
1.253
1.217
2.871


(*-)
4.893


5,171



16

3.933
1
212
3,271
5.181
1,017
6,504

40

535
4

251

18,022
2,961
1,060

81
3,084
1,799
1,253
1,200
2.924


280 1.849 4.080 61.564 63.133 63.413
............ -4 17 17 17

280 1,849 4,076 61,581 63,150 63,430


(* ")*)
( ")


9
C' I


4
1

-623
-9


8

5

36
4
(**)

5
1

11.533
68


5

( *)

25
179
(V)

-46
4

11.160
8


4
5
27

245
273
(")

763
157

105.367
1,307


117,524
1,384


116,900
1,375








Table 6. Schedule D-Investments of Federal Government Accounts in Federal Securities, February 1995 and
Other Periods-Continued
[S millions]
Securities Held as Investments
Net Purchases or Ses -) Current Fiscal Year
Classification Fiscal Year to Date Beginning of Close of
ThMothClose of
s Month This month
This Year Prior Year This Year This Month

Trust Funds-Continued
Department of Health and Human Services. except Social Security:
Federal hospital insurance trust fund ............................. -1,184 3.416 798 128.716 133.316 132.132
Federal supplementary medical insurance trust fund ................... 613 -980 918 21.489 19.895 20.508
Other ...... ... ........ ..................................... -3 26 47 836 865 862
Department of Health and Human Services. Social Security:
Federal old-age and survivors insurance trust fund .................... 128 3.933 19.335 413.425 417.229 417.357
Federal disability insurance trust fund ............................... 948 19,274 -1.933 6.100 24.426 25.374
Department of the Intenor .............................................. -53 36 4 234 323 271
Department of Justice ........ ................................... ....... 6 58 82 52 58
Department of Labor
Unemployment trust fund ................... ........................ 500 -358 -3,056 39.788 38.930 39.430
Other .......... ........................................ 12 -26 -30 59 21 34
Department of State:
Foreign Service retirement and disability fund ......................... -25 345 284 7.179 7.550 7.525
Other ..... .............. ....... .. .. ....................... 2 -9 12 50 39 40
Department of Transportation:
Highway trust fund .......................... ...................... 734 1.168 -1,358 17,694 18.128 18.862
Airport and airway trust fund .............................. ....... -212 -609 -251 12.206 11.809 11.597
Other ...... .... ............ ...................................... 22 180 -63 1.683 1,840 1.863
Department of the Treasury ... ......................................... 91 -3 43 247 152 244
Department of Veterans Affairs:
General post fund, national homes .................................... -1 -1 (") 38 38 37
National service life insurance ....................................... -82 164 192 11.852 12.098 12.017
United States government life Insurance Fund ........................ -1 -2 -3 115 114 113
Veterans special life insurance fund .................................. -10 28 29 1,509 1.546 1.537
Environmental Protection Agency ........................................ 32 493 304 6.250 6.711 6.743
National Aeronautics and Space Administration .......................... (" ) (" ) (" ) 16 16 16
Office of Personnel Management:
Civil service retirement and disability fund ............................ -2.058 3.847 3.989 338.889 344.794 342.736
Employees health benefits fund ........................................ 137 312 335 7,572 7.747 7.884
Employees life insurance fund ....................................... 137 456 548 14.929 15.248 15.385
Retired employees health benefits fund ................................ ( ) (" ") ( ") 1 1 1
Independent agencies:
Harry S. Truman memonal scholarship trust fund ..................... 1 1 1 53 53 54
Japan-United States Fnendship Commission ........................... () (" ") ( ") 17 17 17
Railroad Retirement Board ...... ...... ................................ 82 85 -54 12.203 12,206 12.288
Other ... ............ ............................................ 1 125 103 226 350 351
Total public debt secunties ......................................... -799 43,619 31.609 1.151.523 1.195.942 1.195.143

Total trust funds ................................................. -799 43,619 31,609 1,151,523 1,195,942 1,195,143

Grand total .................................................................. -519 45,468 35,685 1,213,104 1,259,092 1,258,572


. No Transactions
(" ) Less than $500.000


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








Table 7. Receipts and Outlays of the U.S. Government by Month, Fiscal Year 1995
[_ millions]

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


Receipts:
Individual income taxes ........
Corporation income taxes ..
Social insurance taxes and
contnbutions
Employment taxes and
contributions ... ... ....
Unemployment insurance .....
Other retirement contnbutions ....
Excse 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 .. ...... .....
The Judiciary .. ........ .....
Executive Office of the President .......
Funds Appropnated to the President:
Intemational Secunty Assistance .....
Intemational Development
Assistance ....... .. ....
Other .. ............ ...... .
Department of Agriculture:
Foreign assistance, special export
programs and Commodity Credit
Corporation ..... ........
Other ... ..... ... ... .....
Department of Commerce .. ........
Department of Defense:
Military:
Military personnel ........... .....
Operabon and maintenance .....
Procurement ......... .. .....
Research. development, test, and
evaluation ....... .. ...
Military construction .............
Family housing ..................
Revolving and management
funds .. .. ..... .........
Other ....... .. ....
Total Military ..........
C ivil .... .. ......
Department of Education ...........
Department of Energy .... .....
Department of Health and Human
Services, except Social Secunty:
Public Health Service ..
Health Care Financng Administration:
Grants to States for Medicaid ...
Federal hospital ins trust fund
Federal supp. med ins trust
fund .......
Other ..... .... ....
Social Secunty Administration .....
Administration for children and
families ...............
Other .. .... ......
Department of Health and Human
Services, Social Securty:
Federal old-age and survivors ins.
trust fund .... ..
Federal disability ins. trust fund ...
Other ..
Department of Housing and Urban
Development ................ .........


43,659
3.055



31.263
1.073
351
4.272
1.202
1.848
2.300


37,414
1.497



33.786
3.249
352
5.518
1.220
1.827
2.811


53.736
31.915



35.708
230
420
4.587
1.092
1.747
1,375


79,162
3.258



38.990
1.069
383
4,555
1,005
1,539
1,839


33,863
2.060



35,667
2.630
357
3,485
916
1,435
2,131


247,833
41.787



175,415
8.251
1.862
22.418
5.434
8.396
10.456


232.087
38,114



163.026
7.536
1,875
20,360
5,672
7,924
6,718


89,024 87.673 130,810 131,801 82,544 __521,851 ..

65,384 62,083 103,860 101,036 54,405 386,768 ......

23,639 25,590 26,950 30,765 28,139 135,083 ......
78.662 83.102 125.403 122.961 73.186 483.314
55.858 58.695 99.709 94.390 4'.191 355,843
22.804 24.40' 25.694 28.5 25.995 127',471


354 217 333 222 183 1,307 1,202
184 169 303 214 188 1,058 923
18 17 26 21 15 96 87

3,255 310 271 203 101 4.140 4,540

726 367 443 472 427 2,436 1,714
-381 452 18 94 133 316 660



1,749 2,973 1,857 1.096 733 8.409 8,119
5.850 3,860 3.649 4.209 3.533 21.101 19.860
305 300 304 308 262 1.479 1,313


3,713 5,701 8.203 3.280 5.914 26.810 29,397
6,118 7,837 7,312 6,720 7,566 35.553 35,224
4.254 4,754 4,727 4.984 4,715 23,436 25,652

2.501 2.896 3.211 2,752 2,675 14.036 13,741
425 537 436 575 505 2,478 1,941
247 242 305 277 275 1.345 1,213

147 -311 942 -757 -1.373 -1.351 2,309
275 -222 42 -284 21 1 ____- -168 279
17,680 21.435 25.178 17.548 20.2981 1 ____ __ 1 102.139 109,755


2.638
1.949
1.683


1.603

6.622
7,834

4,799
3,055
917

2.728
-4.508



23.413
3.289
-630

2,903


2.656
2,322
1,330


1.588

7.545
8.942

5.290
3.092
2.200

2.519
-4,525



23.368
3.244
-7

2,426


2.553
3,888
1,743


1.761

7.321
9,757

5,837
3,015
4,138

2.812
-4.515



23.810
3.348
-17

2,394


2.592
2,764
1.328


1,824

7,215
8.630

5.014
4.950
1.746

3.151
-6,629



24.392
3,417
-1.580

2,009


2.542
2.593
1.255


1.829

6.694
8,838

4,712
3,796
2.238

2.524
-5,486



24.220
3.415
-13

2,227


12,982
13.516
7,338


8.604

35.397
44.000

25.653
17.908
11.239

13.734
-25.662


119.203
16.713
-2.248

11,959


12.581
10,001
7,416


7,671

33.406
40.147

23,716
17,260
12.770

13.983
-24,168



114.374
15.112
-2.570

10.819








Table 7. Receipts and Outlays of the U.S. Government by Month, Fiscal Year 1995-Continued
[$ millions]

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


Outlays-Continued
Department of the Intenor ..........
Department of Justice ......
Department of Labor
Unemployment trust fund
Other .. ... .
Department of State ............
Department of Transportation:
Hignway 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 .
Environmental Protection Agency .....
General Services Administration ......
National Aeronautics and Space
Administration ..... ...... ...
Office of Personnel Management ...
Small Business Administration ... ..
Independent agencies
Fed Deposit Ins. Corp.:
Bank insurance fund ..........
Savings association insurance
fund ......... ........
FSLIC resolution fund ...........
Postal Service:
Public enterprise funds (off-
budget) .... ..... ...
Payment to the Postal Service
fund .. ... ...... ..
Resolution Trust Corporation .......
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 .. .. ......
Other .... .

Totals this year:
Total outlays ........................
(On-budget) ......................
(Off-budget) ......................
Total-surplus (+) or deficit (-) .....
(On-budget) ......................

(Off-budget) ......................
Total borrowing from the public ....
Toial-outlav prior ear ...
(On-budget .

SOffjbudget) .
Total-surplus (1+ or deficit t-) prior
year
'On-budget) ....

'Off-budger.i


884
908

1.650
702
488

1.794
1.650

19.732
34

105
64
1
1.528
438
-651

845
3.410
65


-127

-2
-87


-467

61
-471
265
2,720


-2,442
-611

-154
('V )


583
818

1.854
-170
841

1.762
1.737

24.912
-308

1.457
70
1
1.784
474
639

1,143
3.118
145


-208

-13
430


-326


-1,502
239
1,646


-2.416
-5.727

-160
('")


558
749

2.001
469
664

1.416
1.640

57.320
1.336

2.824
83
2
1.344
538
462

1.203
3.460
64


-496

(' )
33


101


-2,001
119
1.710


-2,564
-38.216

-106
(")


567
1.094

2.543
653
201

1,182
1.906

20.069
145

81
71
1
1.827
520
-717

926
3.324
58


-1.193

-91
-149


-396

23
-1,078
142
1,260


-2,557
-95

-353


553
730

2.330
621
488

1,348
1.466

19.259
3.010

1.492
79
1
1.429
429
431

1.072
3.337
64


-1.977

-361
331


-494


-699
92
1.572


-2.491
-634

-197
.. I


3 144
4 300

10 379
2 276
2681

7502
8 399

141 292
4217

5.959
368
7
7.912
2399
165

5 188
16649
396


-4002

-467
557


-1 582

84
-5.751
857
8907


12471
-45.283

-970
I' 'I


2 806
3983

14 742
2293
2675

7 405
7 536

126 717
6 794

7 049
322
7
8275
2 280
-180

5529
15.641
229


-5462

-509
-478


-222

85
557
618
7.867


12806
-42 140

-1 163
I' 'I


120,365 124.915 134,941 115,172 120,536 615.929 ......

95,307 99,464 123,643 89,890 94.058 502,362 .....
25,059 25,452 11,297 25,282 26,478 113.568 ......
-31,342 -37,242 -4,130 +16,628 -37,992 94,078 .....
-29,922 -37,381 -19,783 +11,146 -39,653 -115,593 ......
-1,420 +138 +15,653 +5,483 +1,661 +21,515 .....

32,457 40,528 -13,316 13,337 38,972 111.978 113,432
124.085 121.483 133.108 107.'13 114.'52 A il 141

100.562 96.719 121,425 83.521 88.835 4i11i .
23.523 24. 64 11.683 24.192 25.91' I1' .-i

-45.422 -38,381 -7.'05 +15.248 -41.566 -11 .
-44.704 -38,024 -21.'17 +10.869 -41.644 ." u


-'19 -35' +14.012 +4.379


.. No transactions
(* *) Less than 5500.000
Note Details may not add to totals due to rounding


+1 I .








Table 8. Trust Fund Impact on Budget Results and Investment Holdings as of February 28, 1995
[$ millions]


Trust receipts, outlays, and investments
held:
A airport ...... ...... ......
Black lung disability .. ..............
Federal disability insurance .................
Federal employees life and health ...........
Federal employees retirement ................
Federal hospital insurance ................
Federal old-age and survivors insurance ....
Federal supplementary medical insurance ...
Highw ays ..... ........ .........
Military advances .... .......................
Railroad retirement ........... .......
Military retirement ........... ........
Unemployment ... ... ..........
Veterans life insurance ......................
All other trust ... .
Total trust fund receipts and outlays
and investments held from Table 6-
D ................ .........................
Less. Intertund transactions ...............
Trust fund receipts and outlays on the basis
of Tables 4 & 5 .......... ..... ........

Total Federal fund receipts and outlays ....
Less. Interfund transactions ................
Federal fund receipts and outlays on the
basis of Table 4 & 5 ............ ...........

Less offsetting propnetary receipts ..........

Net budget receipts & outlays ..............


439
55
4.363

1,163
7,438
24,439
5.449
1.965
753
503
1,269
2.707
22
436


564
47
3,415
-240
3.203
8.838
24.220
4,712
1,540
1.046
662
2.277
2,330
112
528


51,002 53,254
7,032 7,032


43.969


41,199
46


46.222


76,938
46


-125
8
948
240
-2,039
-1.400
219
737
425
-294
-158
-1,009
377
-90
-92


2.531
254
35.660

20.194
46.466
120.190
25.372
10.141
4,876
2,154
22,134
9,783
655
2.518


3.093
236
16,713
-594
15.929
44.000
119.203
25.653
8,971
5,417
3.285
11.339
10,379
461
1,564


-2,253 302,929 265,648
...... 90.442 90,442


-2.253


-35,739


212,487


323,038
140


175,206


454,397
140


-562
18
18.946
594
4.266
2.466
987
-281
1,170
-541
-1,130
10,795
-596
194
954


37,281


12.206

6.100
22.503
346,317
128,716
413.425
21.489
17.694

12.203
105,367
39.788
13,477
12.240


11.809

24.426
22,997
352.620
133.316
417.229
19.895
18.128

12.206
117.524
38.930
13,759
13.103


1,151,523 1,195,942


37,281


-131,359


41.153 76,893 -35,739 322.898 454,257 -131.359

2.579 2,579 ...... 13,533 13533 .....

82,544 120,536 -37.992 521,851 615,929 -94,078


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


Note: Details may not add to totals due to rounding.


11,597

25,374
23,271
350,546
132.132
417,357
20.508
18.862

12.288
116.900
39.430
13.666
13,211


1,195,143


"::;
:.' ~








Table 9. Summary of Receipts by Source, and Outlays by Function of the U.S. Government, February 1995
and Other Periods
[S millions]
Clasifiction This M h Fiscal Year Comparable Period
Classification This Month To Date Pnor Fiscal Year
To Date Pnor Fiscal Year

RECEIPTS
Individual income taxes ............ ................. .. 33.863 247.833 232.087
Corporation income taxes .... ... ..... ................. 2.060 41,787 38.114
Social insurance taxes and contnbutions.
Employment taxes and contnbutions ..................... 35.667 175,415 163.026
Unemployment insurance ...................... .... .... ..2.630 8.251 7.536
Other retirement contributions .................... .....357 1.862 1.875
Excise taxes ..... ...... ............. .......... 3,485 22,418 20.360
Estate and gift taxes ..... ...... .. ... ...... .. .. 916 5,434 5.672
Customs ... ............ ..........1.......... 1.435 8.396 7.924
Miscellaneous ........ ................. ... 2.131 10.456 6.718
Total ......................................................... 82,544 521,851 483,314

NET OUTLAYS
National defense .................... ............ ....... 21.461 107.545 115.250
Intemational affairs .. .... .. ... .................. .. 1.108 9.956 9.295
General science, space, and technology ................... ... 1.374 6.886 7.006
Energy ...... .......... .................. .......... 260 2.008 1.943
Natural resources and environment ................ .......... 1.374 9.781 9.083
Agnculture ........... .... ................... .. 1.264 9.084 9.692
Commerce and housing credit .. ... ... .. ........... -2.978 -9.930 -5.590
Transportation .... .................... ..................... 2.799 15.840 14.796
Community and Regional Development ......................... 228 4.749 3.948
Education, training, employment and social services ............ 4.078 22.237 18.491
Health ............. ... .. ............... .. .. .... 8.918 45.760 43 108
Medicare ...... .. ... .................... 11.829 61.596 56.779
Income secunty ...................... .................. 20.583 87.665 92.547
Social Security ......... .......... ... ...... ...... ..... ... 27.632 135.915 129.487
Veterans benefits and services ................................... 3.023 14.310 15.772
Administration of justice .......................... .... ....... 1.099 6.461 5.875
General government ... ....................... 1.170 5.726 5.118
Interest .... ...... ... ........ ..... .................. 18,002 93.782 82.510
Undistnbuted offsetting receipts .............. ............. -2.688 -13.441 -13.969
Total ......................................................... 120,536 615,929 601,141


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. Government. 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
categones: (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 governmental 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 Government 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 authonzed 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 Govemmental 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 categones:
(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. Venfication 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

SA 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). 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
(Available from GPO, Washington, D.C. 20402 on a subscription basis
only). This publication provides detailed information concerning the public
debt.

Treasury Bulletin (Available from GPO, Washington. D.C. 20402, by
subscription or single copy). 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). This publication is a
single volume which provides budget information and contains:

-Appendix, The Budget of the United States Government, FY 19_
-The United States Budget in Brief, FY 19
-Special Analyses
-Historical Tables
-Management of the United States Government
-Major Policy Initiatives

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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